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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 71 a 0 J rc THE INTERlOP JOURNAL O t vote XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 12 1909 NO 2J HUSTONVILLE itAllen Hunn of Louisville is visiting hla old neighbors and friends hero this weekDr Lafayette Sproul who lived near hero and practiced mcdlclno 15 yetlrs ago died recently In Willlanuburg aged about 70 Will Cabull arrived Sunday Chattanooga having been notified o the serious Illness of his mother Mrs Francew Cabell 1 Hudson Bohon left Sunday for Mt Auburn III and Horace Ilohon left foi London In the interest of tIm Kentucky Wagon Company Some of our farmers are great econ omlats Tills is shown by their selling what they can not cat and eating what they can not soil Howard Camnltz loft Sunday for West Baden Ind where tho PitUburg National spend 10 days before going to Hot Springs for a twoweeks stay The numerous friends in Kentucky of George L Carpenter will bo glad to Irarn of tho rapid Improvement in his health since his arrival at Henderson vllle N C- Entries to tho combination horse sale here on the 24th 25th and 26th are corn- Ing In so rapidly that the secretary has had to employ an assistant to keep up the entries and assist in other clerical workJoe Garrison of Dunnvillo died on tho 25th of tho whlto plague aged 47 Ho was the father of Fred Garrison who was killed on the Rolling Fork a few months ago by his uncle laugh i Thompson 1 Two Urge sides of bacon disappeared from tho smoke house of W P Carson The bloodhounds having gone to Pine Knott the thief was not caught but in 1tho future one of tho best dogswill be left at home k James J Dryc who was n resident of tho West End for many years and who had many friends and relatives InI this locality died in Caldwell Has last week aged 82 Ho spent most of his life around here The Peavyhouso Tobacco Co bought a lot of 100 feet front on DanI vlllo Avenue by 600 feet back upon which they are preparing to build a large tobacco warehouse and dwelling Work on tho warehouse will lie corn plated by Juno tat and the dwelling la onLair and his bloodhounds were called to Pino Knott Thursday where a store had been robbed All parties having c been kept away from tho scene a good scent was taken and the trail followed 27 miles to a depot where tho culprit had been seen to got on a freight train thejoil tank cars was sent South with the hope of catching him Moreland one of our suburban vil t logos has taken on a second growth in the last tow months and is forging ahead of its town slsterMilledKovllle A now hotel building by Abe Minks late of Laurel county has been erected and it would bo an ornament to any I country town A State bank has been organized and ground broken for a brick office IU capital stock will bo 15000 and it will be officered by B B King president Dr Pipes vice president r Mr Wilholt of Owen county cashier and general manager I On Thursday afternoon tho Ladles MlisionoryjSocloty met with Mrs Crit RHTo Mrs ItifTo was leader and hid a fine program which was highly enjoyed by those who met to do honor to the district manager Miss Snub Elkin who gave a helpful Inspiring talk All hearts wero rejoiced to receive seven new members After adjournment Mrs RllTe served refreshments in the 4true Kentucky hospitable style and her efforts wero fully appreciated The next meeting will be on April 1 at 21 M atthe homo of Mrs Emmntt dc Cormack to which all members are cor dlally Inylted Misc Elkin went from hero to Somerset carrying with her tho best wishes of all I At last Danville seems to be rising i from her Rip VanWinkle slumber and Is accepting the mantle which Provi dence prosperity and progress have placed at her disposal It Is easily with in her grasp to treble her population and business in a short time provide- she wants it and will take the first steps neceebary to secure it Build a interurban line from Danville to Stan ford thence to this place and on to Lit tie Britain via Moreland Mlllodgcvllle a Junction City or Shelby City The rlgh t of way can be easily secured and at a reasonable cost Cumberland Falls will soon be harnessed by an Eastern Com pany for electrical purposes and it would bo a big subscriber to Danvillo r stock for this enterprise to furnish tho power The Southern lino then of Lex ingtons business would be the Ken 4 tucky river while DiUvllleB with the proper push would reach Cfettanooga and would be the metropolis ot a terri tory whose tributaries beyond theia does of Kentucky r r I i A rare bargain In a 275 acre farm I 172 acres of which Is fine corn and to bacco river bottom land Tho balance Id good grass land with splendid 1m provcments good neighborhood on rural route Price 8000 terms reason able Address River Bottom box 82 Hustonville Ky It iunuo SALEI will at my home at Saturdayfconsisting of a grey family mnroJycars old one rubber tired Moyer buggy one fteel tired LuPorto buggy two sets buggy harness ono saddle and bridle about four dozen quarts of fruit one writing desk ono half bed for children several other things too numerous to mention Terms made known on day of sale Chas Lutes Hujtonville Ky MIDDLEBURG A U Royalty has moved into tho Kelsay property at Yosemite Green river got on another tear Mon day and our people had grave fears of another washout Work on tho foot bridges washed out by the late high tide has begun and It willnot be long until we can go to see our neighbor Yosemite A warraht for the arrest of ono Or villa Carman was sworn out Tuesday charging him with using abusive lan guage to Cornelius Floyd and W T Campbell The parties live in the Wall town section Steuben Godby was down from Hus tonville Sunday James Winkle has moved to High Bridge L W Mc Whorter of Lincoln county attended court at Liberty Mrs Helen Carter is in Louisville buying Spring millinery Mrs H C Estes is quite lick The Baptist people hero will dispense with chandeliers in the church and In stall a gasoline plant for lighting tho church The chandeliers have never given satisfaction and besides gasoline is cheaper It B Young Dr C B Creech and Miss Mary Bryant have the matter in hand and will take subscriptions from members of tho church March 28th will bo Missionary Day at the Baptist church here Tho Sunday school will have a missionary lesson and Rev J L Owens will preach on the subject of Missions Preparations along the lino of missions Ire being made by the officers and teachers of tho Sunday school and it Is the purpose of all to have a general mission rally Mrs Belle Hallwife of Albert Hall died Friday after a short Illness Rev J Q Montgomery conducted the funeral services at the Christian church at Yosemite after which the remains were brought hero and Interred Mrs Hall was 50 years old was the mother of eight children all of whom aro living and they with their father are left to mourn tho loss of a loving moth er and devoted wife McKINNEY Mr L B Nunnelley of this place is visiting his sun T G Nunnelley near HuslunvHlu Miss Cora Singletons school closed Friday It was the school that B W lIubblo begun to teach but gave up Mr Harry Jacobs after looking around considerably haa decided to still engage in the marble business at this place He once thought of moving to StanfordA Shoso and family of East Bend N C arrived here Saturday and have gone to housekeeping at the place where Judge Wright formerly lived U W Harris and T 0 Bivin are moving to Sadiovillc where Mr Harris will engage in the marblo business We re gret very much giving them up but hope It will be profitable to them Squire Dudderar hold court here a few days ago Not much business of Importance was transacted Ono mis demeanor trial G W Koger against Dock Burton colored for drawing a gun on Kogcr Tho case was unique in some respects The squire had to be nworn and used as a witness und the attorney for tho defense was Mr Flor once Ho was the only ono who could administer thefath and ho refused to do so until fMr Burch persuaded him State Religiousment Salts bury NC who is the author of lev- oral books writes For several years I was aflllctod with kidney trou blo and last winter I was suddenly stricken with a aovero pain In my kid pope and was confined to bed eight days unable tb get up without assistance I commenced taking Foleys Kidney Remedy and tho pain gradually abated and finally ceased I cheerfully recommend Foleys Kidney Rem edy New 6tanford Drug Co Gov Willson has announced his ac ceptance of an invitation of the Bust ness Mens Club of Nashville to visit their city today and deliver addresses in furtherance of a proposed new Y M C A building there to coat 200000 NEWS NOTES Ollie S Shirley a labor leader was shot to death at Roswell N M James W Cantrill a wellknown cit izen of Shelby county Is dead aged 70 A Negro was burned in the publi square at Rockwell Texas for assault ing awhlto girl A tornado swept over a portion of Arkansas causing much damage ti property and sorne loss of life James H Taylor ono of the beat known citizens of Owensboro dropped dead of heart failure in a store there IAs tho result of a difficulty over a tobacco plant bed Tom Tierney stabbed Ira Huff In the heart in Hancock county By a decision of the Missouri Supreme Court the Standard and Republic oil companies are driven from the StateDon LuIsProto a millionaire ranch owner merchant and pioneer of Ari zona was shot from ambush and in stantly killed Thirty or more persons wero killed by tho tornado which swept Brinklcy Ark and the property damage Is esti mated at 1000000 Delaware which still retains tho whipping post broke her record Mon day when 2295 stripes were laid across tho backs of 18 offenders The Russian Government has deter mined to abate so far as possible the infliction of capital punishment and the application of martial law in ordinary crimesBecause his wife joined a euchre club and paid 25 cents a week with which tb buy prizes for members John L Or roll of PitUburg has refused to sup port her The scarcity of oak from which all whisky barrels aro made will soon be a serious problem for the distillers ac cording to the president of tho National Coopers Association Frank Smith of Bowling Green was painfully hurt while hanging a picture at his home It fell and the broken glass cut olf the end of his nose which was replaced with stitches In a decision handed down by Judge Smith McPherson at Kansas City it is held that tho Missouri 2cent fare law and maximum freight rate era confis catory and tho statute therefore In valid f Tho dead body of Isaac Ashby was found in the barn lot of James Cheek near Mt Eden Shelby county by thoI tatters sons Heart disease is believed to have been the cause us no marks of violence were found on the body Heartbroken because his dream of having an intercontinental railroad to open to commerce the fertile valleys of Central and South America had never materialized Hinton Rowan Helper former United States Consul General at Buenos Ayres committed suicide at Washington Near Death In Big Pond It was a thrilling experience to Mrs Ids Soi rto fore death For5rf a severe lung trouble gavo mo intense suffering she writes and several times nearly caused my deatb All remedies failed and doctors said I was incurable Then Dr Kings New Dis covert brought quick relief and a cure So permanent that I havenot been troubled in twelve years to Mrs Soper lives in Dig Pond Pa tworks won dory In CougheandColdsSoroLungs- Hemorrhagos La Grippe Asthma Croup Whooping Cough and all Bronchial affections fiOo and 1 Trial bottlo free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store A well dressed good looking young woman about 25 years old who regis tered at the Maxwell House at Nat ville as Lucile Bates Illinois was found dead in her room Morphine is the supposed cause She left a note saying she had 3 and few friends and was alone responsible She requested that her clothing be sent to Mrs How el Tatum at Boonevillc Ark Upon being notified Mrs Tatum ordered the body well taken care of saying that J D Thayer was coming to tako charge Simple Remedy For La Grippe- La grippe coughs are dangerous a they frequently develop Idto pneu monia Foloys Honey and Tar 6 only stops the cough but heals as strengthens the lungs so that no serious results need bo feared Tho goo uine Foleys Honey and Tar contains no harmfuldrugs and U lnn package Refuse substitutes No Stanford Drug Co Is your daughter learning Ito play the piano by note tIt Certainly not answered Mr Cum rox severely We always payfcash MJnlversolist Leader Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure with Dr Snoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25c Box Sold by Pennys Drug Storey y BRQDHEAD Several from Crab Orchard attended tho Barnes meeting hero last Sunday On account of the revival at the Bap tint church Rev Sipple of the Meth odist church postponed his services last Sunday This should be notedand Rev Sipnlo given a good congregation the 1st Sunday in April Tho Barnes revival at the Baptist church is still in progress at this Tues day night writing Large crowds are attending and a great deal of interest Is being taken by all denominations About 40 additions to tho church nearly all of them for baptism Virgil Martin has taken charge of his fathers farm two miles south of here and as soon as some repairs have been made on the house ho will move there Virgil is one of the boys who has never contracted the railroad fever but is per fectly satisfied driving mules Ed R Gentry who has been attend ing tho Law Department of the Univer sity of Kentucky at Louisville since last October isnow at homo Mr Gen try is a candidate for surperintendent of public schools in Rockcastle and stands a fair show to be nominated which means an election Mrs Elizabeth Sowder mother of merchant W H Sowder and who has been an invalid for more than 30 years surprised the people a few days ago while at church by petting out of her Invalids chair and walking over the floor shouting and shaking hands with every one This is no mistake as we are informed that Mrs Sowder has been walking a few steps at Intervals for some time It loookcd for a while last Monday that we were to have a repetition of the high water of two weeks ago but the streams were not near so high P E Shlvel claims the high water two weeks ago damaged him 150 DrIGravely and It S Martin also some damage Dr Walker Owens of Pongo had a valuable pair of mules to drown while attempting to cross a swollen stream Mrs Bottle Brown has been visiting her daughter Mrs Robt Albright at Rowland Misses Eva and Lela Al bright who have been going to school in Pineville are now it home Miss Emma Evans of London is visiting her uncle W T Evans here Miss Alza Brown of Mt Vernon was with Mrs J W Hutchison Mr and Mrs Wm Owens of Spiro attended the meeting hero Mrs Anna Shumate has moved from Mt Vernon to this place and is occupying the houso vacated by Alex Tyree Mrs Shumate will likely keep a hoarding house KINGSVILLE Mr Cicero Reynolds was here last week surveying E G Gilliland sold the horse advef tised in the I J to Craig Horton for 150Sebastian Chivoletto and John Hart are building a dwelling for Marion Wil liams on a lot purchased from Robin Rigney opposite the depot A G Coker filled his appointment at Pleasant Point tho first Sunday in March Ho preached some interesting sermons to a well filled house There will be preaching at Pleasant Point twice a month Instead of once Milford Vaught bought of Mrs Hilton a building lot W C Dye sold to Major Smith his houso and lot for500 He also bought of Smith his house and lot for 725 J W Thompson bought of W D Murphy three acres of land for 5150 Kills Would Be Slayer A merciless murderer is Appendi citis with many victims Dut Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by proven Lion They gently stimulate stomach liver and bowls preventing that clogging that Invites appendicitis curing Constipation Blllpusness Chills Ma laria Headache and Indigestion 25c at Pennys Drug Store- MATRIMONIAL e Davis McMurtry Caldwell and Miss Anna Frances Clem of Junction City TuesdaysWood Burnside and Miss Lena Rig ney popular Garrard county people indLancaster by Eld F M Tinder The brido is the daughter of W O Rigney Stallardv andwshortly before her marriage expressed regret at having to give up her dolls and playUungs liMy three year old boy was badly constipated had a high fever and was in an awful condition I gave him two doses of Foleys OrlnO Laxative and tho next morning the fever was gone and ho was entirely well Fo leys Orino Laxative saved Ills Ufo A Wolkush Caslmer QWia New Stanford Drug Co to 1Q n You cant GO wrong In Style in Quality in Tailoring in Fit if you wear one of our t Hart Schaffner Marx Spring Suits They are reliable in all the things a well dress ed man looks for The Utest in fabrics colorings patterns and models We guarantee them to be all wool and not to fade n Cummins Wear 1f STANFORD KENTUCKY ELECTRIC RANGESThe Range to buy a full saver a moneymaker the best baker AJlarge line of select from and we will appreciate a call GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford 1 TIE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO j TRANSFER MONEY IS 1Yof LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANliER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY trIf you want your Prescriptions carefully fillced and made from the Best andPur est Drugs Call on me 1 lWB McRoberts 4 DRUCCISJmTANPOHO f V f The Interior Journal Eo c WALTON CHARLES A HARDIN- ofj Mercer county if n candidate for Corn judldal democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR It n candidate for circuit Judge of this the talhdiatrictaubfectto action 0 the Democratic partyM 8AUFLEY Is a candidate for circuit Judge of thli the llttb Judicial district xubjept to the action of the Democratic par- tyDemocratic Ticket y x For State Senator R L HUBBLE of Llncolnrounty For Ilcpresentatlve W H SHANKS For County Judge f JAMES P BAILEY i ForlOonuty Attorney WSBURCH For Circuit Clerk J D SWOPE For Sherln W to MCCARTY- For T County Court Clerk GEORGE B COOPER For Jailer DINK FARMER For Assessor JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON FoilCoroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford District JAMES McKECHNIE tForConstable Stanford District I M BRUCE For Magistrate Crab Orchard District SWARD MOORE For Magistrate HustonvlllelDlstrlct J K HELM SR For MnglstratOVnynesburg District s JOHN M CAMDEM For ConstableUWnynesburg District JOHN GI BAUGH THE steamship Michigan which came over for a cargo of wheat returned without it as the shipper cancelled the order because of tbe grain being so high The vessel had to take 700 tons of water in her tanks in lieu of cargo in order to give her the proper stiffen ing forjthe trip across She was book 7edto take 60000 bushels of wheat but I forthcomingIi rRUTH BRYAN LEAVITT oldest daugh ter of William J Bryan was granted a divorce from W H Leavitt at Lincol- nf Neb Mrs Leavitt and her mother t peared in the court of Judge Crnish and both alleged that Leavitt had not contributed to the support of his wife 1 There was no defense Mrs Leavitt t was granted the custody of the two children A PITTSBUBG man is suing for divorce because his wifoladmita that she paid a j ion 300 tohlz her three tlrn rThec poor old thingmust hae false tenth and very likely a false face Her hug e band wouldnt kiss Jar and she was t osculatorySe pleasure somebody and was willing t to pay for tbe fup 3 CONGRESSMAN CBUMPACKEB has pre + r pared a new census bill which provides thoughsI lection from those not in the first rank r where the persons having the highest 4 averages are not immediately available He h pesto have the bill passed at the special session A Tim Danville Advocates ys the fel Hood who was robbed here by a coupler of Negroea Monday night was under + Gen Custers command until a day be fore the bloody Indian massacre at Lit e tIe Big Horn in 187 As Hood is only about 25 years old our esteemed con temporary evidently has been incorrectly informed ti J M DICKINSON Secretary of War in a speech before the Iroquois Club a Democratic organization of Chicago l- discussed his own political record He andIbeiTUB story comes from Washington that President Taft may namo Senators McCreary for one of the commission to r locate the waterway boundary between Canada and this country Good We t know of no better water witch than the ExSenator and he should have the I place by all means camx 11603 for frauds in weighing imports r Jf tho judgment sticks look out fora sugarjcosts of these trusts 1 oJ THE Texas Legislature has matte it a criminal offense to swear over the I telephone It should be a criminal of swear anywhere It is the ftilUl t falUhe silly andaatope- boukl be put to it all hazards Pau t M 1 Gov WILLSON dont wan l ny crap shooting around him William Wilson a wellknown Negro educator and connected with the custodians office at Frankfort was caught in a game in the consultation room of the Court of Ap peals and the governor had him discharged forthwith Its a very Saturdaynight and I Sunday that Lexington doesnt report a shooting cutting or killing Frank fort State Journal Cut out those saloons you are advocating and well I wager tho Blue Grass Capital will show I a change for the better THE Nebraska Legislature adjourned- in order that its members might attend a hanging The solbns of that State must be a morbid set- POLITICAL t A M Marshall of Campbellsville has voted in 17 presidential electlolsI Congressman A 0 Stanley of the Second district has announced for re electionA option bill has been defeated in the lower house of the Pennsylvania LegislatureGeorge Oliver of Pittsburg was named as the Republican candidate for United States Senator to succeed P C KnoxSenator Bailey of Texas visited the White House for the second time in his life he said the first time being many years ago- There is a general opinion existing i Washington that Mr Taft will appoint exVice President Fairbanks as ambas sador to England Franklin MacVeagh of Chicago too the oath of office and entered upon his duties as Secretary of tho Treasury in President Tafts Cabinet The Nebraska Legislature passed a bill providing that sheets on hotel beds must be 90 inches long and that each guest must be given a clean towel President Taft has announced his in tention of appointing John W War rington of Cincinnati to sccceed the late Judge Richards on the Circui- Court of Appeals bench Having been practically completed by the tariff framers portions of the new tariff bill were sent to the government printers It is expected that the en tire measure will be put in type this weekJudge James Denton has announced that he will not make the race for the republican nomination for circuit judge so it is now almost certain that Mr Be thurum will have no opposition for the juicy plum Somerset Journal IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES R H Boggess a wellknown citizen I of Lawrenceburg died after a long ill nessGeorge Rogers store in Casey was broker into and robbed Of 75 worth of goodsJohn B Stout sold his drug store at Danville to J Elwood Davis an effi cient pharmacist- Miss Rosa Leo McGarvey formerly of Mercer died at the home of her brother in Lexington George Measer and Martha Lewis Were arrested in Lexington charged with robbing George Wyatt at London A railroad man told The Richmond Climax that the company would soon take out tho curve in the roadbed at Ft Estill and lower tho grade encount ered between Richmond and that point Andrew Broughton and Charles Ma jor of the Buena Vista section of Gar rardwere indicted by the Garrard grand jury for killing Mrs Annie Major wife of the latter and sister of the former I CHURCHMATTERS Preaching at Neals Creek Sunday at 3 p M A Mens Bible Class was partly or ganizedstile Christian church with 51- membersAdvocate Dr F P Ramsey of Chicago is holding an interesting meeting at tho Southern Presbyterian church Frank fort Subject Sunday morning at the Meth odist church How to make a Sunday School go Epworth League at 630 p n Preaching ot 715 or a Bible reading from Christs sermon Matt 7 1213Rev Charles Wolfram ordained as a minister of thefiolin sIlaithwas arrested at Atlanta charged with alien sting the affections of Mrs M P Lock hart The complaint was made by Mrs Lockharts husband It Saved His Leg IIAll thought Id lose my leg writes J A Swenson Watertown Wis ClTen years of eczema that 15 doctors could not euro had at last laid mo up Then Bucklens Arnica Salvo cured it sound and well Infallible lor Skin Eruptions Eczema SaltlUieum DOlls Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 2oc at Pennys DrugStore Former President Roosevelt enjoyed his first experience as a private citizen in Ngw York since his retirement from the chief Tablets maglstracvI all colds and the OrlpTry them once and see i 4825c Sold by Penny a Drug Storei Here and There I Reuben P Munday aged 71 is dead at Versailles l The 42nd joint senatorial ballot was taken by the Illinois Legislature with out result I Former CongreesmanW J Stone of Kuttawa and the widow of R W Chambers wcrcfmarricd Henderson I The home of Norman E Mack chair man of the Democratic National Com mittee was destroyed by firo in Buf halo i Urev Jones on trial at Muscatine MrsIVanwinkle I county jail by hanging I Five persons were drowned in the Alabama River at Montgomerv as a re suit of the rising waters which followed the storm of Tuesday night I Four speeches have been made in th CooperSharpo trial at Nashville and two more are to be made The case tomorrowI St l church Newark N J was killed and a domestic was wounded by three men as a result of a mysterious I shooting The governments Ase against the Standard Oil Company was brought to an abrupt close in Chicago Judge An j derson instructing the jury to return a verdict of not guilty EGGS FOR SALE 1 eggsnRUSSELL DROWN Stanford X7 TREESkI OardenI It V 1IILLENMKYKH A 80NM- LoIxlngton Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with tho best as well as thereshest ol cut flower plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make n specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes niltprices OIIIU8TMAN URKKN ROUSES UOllDllllAIIO laoa- Stanford Ky NOTICE I I will between the hours of 9 oclock A I X pod 1 oclock P is on MONDAY MAKOH 29 1009 In front of the courtbouse door In Stan ford Ky sell at public outcry to the high est and bust bidder for cash In hand the iol lowing property or so much as COlt und lunalty The amount includesd percent penalty nnd cost of advertisings Carpenter Jennie and Doyle 1IO78 tlS 0- L IUIIUH1IKH Treasurer Stanford Graded School PUBLIC SALE I w Having sold my farm I will I at therlu Jfutcbllon place near highland on- Yit1DAY MAIIOH 1 1901 propertysI bnre wagon farming of corn and oddir household and kitchen furniture I iviti organ lot of canned fruit au or tOO pound of bacon and other things too numerous to mention Terms made known on day of sale A HOLLAS P O Way nesburg K F II No1 PUBLIC SALE As administrator of John 1 Hpooliamoro deceased I will sett nt public outcry to the highest bidder nt 10 oclock A it the following raonlllproperty town40U of good hay and other feted stuff I la good red teers1S red helllra 17 calves I horfeIhoop about ready to lamb and 7 other sheep 17 shoats 3 sows n lot of farming Implements and n lot of other things too numerous to mention Terms made known on day of snip UKTTIK HIOONAMOUK Aduix Col J 1 Chandler A- ueEXECUTRIXS SALE WllllnmWarrenTUKHUAY MAIIOH 53 11OI beginning nt 10 oclock A i ellto tbe ontcryontheceased the following Personal property to wit Seven Jersey w811 registered snort horn cows 1 yearling heifers B calves tu bogs il mares bred to 4 work mules 1 11111 lit colt farming Implements wagons 1 phatonadoubletlvators 1 1lc hnrrow1 smoothing harrow a hay Sbowing Itusehtnes bInder cornplanter l Disc drill with ut tncliment 1 cutting box corn huller 1 scalding lox half Interest In roller wagon rand plow gear zjJ barrels of excellent corn household land furniture and n number of other things TKRMH All purchases of 110 and under cast in hand nil over 110 on r credit of six ecurlld11I1oblepercent Intervxt froui luto until paid MKH AW WAIIRKN T DEngllsh Aut Danville Ky Lincoln Bonds for Sale 4 Per Gent Semi- Annually I On SATURDAY APKIIj+ 10 1101 nt 1 housedoorpublie1 of nld county to the amount of 10itu furl courthouse1u I 11013IlInd I Horlesllof tlOaw of 9a bonds of tax mich duo sad payable In IS years rediienilngSerbs 0of tl6fU consisting of aobbrfds of tW uuchi duo und aynblo in 2U years ofrotullmlngSaid Interestfromper cent payable semiannually G llOooperJhOHsleyJr and W B Sup If You Want To Crow Alfalfa loge and cattle Como to Butler Conil Bend for lIt of Improved terms J K WEST Augusta FOR SALE I fflliorio power boiler nod engine nod saw milt for sa sell either or both OHAS ENSHUN Ottcnhelm Ky roitomco Wnynesliurg Ky Ills Joseph Price Sanatorium North Lancaster Htrvet Stanford Kentucky e For Treatment of Diseases of the Bye Nose Throat Kur Ocnllolrlnary Hvctnl Or KIIIU NetTous Hystvm anti Surgery I MASONS MEET meetIn aeford Ky Members of sister lolIg ore Ira lenuytYMNotice Poultry Raisers I Now is the time of year to fowl your fowls n good tonic 4IIII cures Cholera lanes Itoup canker and Llmberneck when led ni healthyDopreventivePrice W cents no cure no pay guaranteed 1rmtyUyuundertheguarenteu of poultry B D CARTER Now Llvorv Dopot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation fot external use Stops itching Instantly and destroys tbe germs that cause akin diseases Eczema quickly and la permanently cured by this remarkable medicine Druggists Write for sam pie EW Rose Med Co StLouUMo Pennys Drug St- oreCONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of con creting as Work Pavements and In fact wo can make any thins from r house down ton fence lost We can s rr you promptlY and guarantee lln tsiwork and material Call acid lIt our rlces before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Dinwiddie Co Hustonville KyI Undertakers and Embalmers We carI ry an uptodate line of goods i Mahony Rank- inINSURANCE i Fire Life Accident and Tornado Farm Property a Specialty Eight of the leading companies of the world represented Ooml with Losspnyingrecordsuit In the history of this agency Losses promptly paid and without discount No waiting eodays or your money liuforo In suring call o- nMAIIONY 8 RANKIN The Insurance Men of Stanford Indigestion In luell a true disease We think ol PripepsU yettheyserve sIclaiKss nothing else ShoopInlrl1lrecttoand favor to Dr and his Itestoratlre Without that original and highly vital prlndpjp no eeYertobebadForShoopsReatomtiyeTnbietaorLlauldandseetot self what It can and nlll do Wt sell and cheer recommendDr Shoops RestorativePENNYS I Edcrhcimcr Stein COIMAKIaa 4 i First Announcement They are here and as beautiful in pattern as catchy in style as genius can furnish We are speaking of our I Young Mens Clothes They possess all the new and stylish kinks 11 a out this season the broad and heavy padded shoulders the long lappels fancy flaps on pockets cuffs on the sleeve 3 12 inch turnt t up to the trousers full bloomer cut They are as near perfect as tailoring can be Prices j from 10 to 25 H J McROBERTSjSTANFORD KENTUCKY I E1 aEEEtEE rE EI fif I tCi New Ledgers Journals And 41 Cash Books H N Iti IEIn Great Variety of Styles and Prices m In Fact a Very Completetti t1 Line of Stationery lAt GenerallytI tt J STOREri m r3BB J3BBBBBB l1BE rr Beulah PoyntersDRAMATIZATION OFt A PLAY With deartoCharscieriComedy CllmsxesIKautlful Scenery and Without tlensationsilenA AISIoodlhatyVIIIIa A Mortfsnd pares A Railroad Train A Wrecked Auto NeadacksEVERYBODY I r Walton s Opera House Friday Mch J2th J I r 1 t i I We Gould Shut i our EyesI i I I I To quallty tandworkmaneliip and give ypu niuchviliovler garments at the 4 faraepricorbuttb liavo them raada right audi of good materials you gcttaI 4f s r r viCflo drpaalnd ono that does not hose iteehnpelmeee- e V l I t ft SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY l The Interior Journal STANFORD KYM MAIICII 12 1901 J assortment of local view pot JNBW 1cnnys Drug Store very special bargains In Box but t la limited Aek to see then Penny u Drug Store t t ONALS tMRS JULIA HUGHES is quite sick W S WARREN continues very sick MR T 8 STARLING went to Lexington Tuesday MRS LUCINDA GRINSTEAD Is with Danville friends GEORGE U KIUS of Cincinnati was at bomo for a few days j Mn IRA SCUDDER of Richmond vie I ited his sons In this county MISS MAYMB WALTER of Lancaster visited relatives hero this week Miss MARJORIE OTTER of Stanford cityAdvoeatod was hero Wednesday on his way to Louis vlllo JAMES F BRADY has gone to Vevay S Ind to a position in a clothing t store Miss ELIZABETH SIMPSON of Cm rard Is tho guest of Mrs L M Good knightMiss PEARL COLLIER of Crab Orch ard has been tho guest of Miss Mario MahonyPROF S D KESNER who Is now I traveling for the Freeman PortraitCo was hero Wednesday I Miss NELL CLARK of Salem Ind EllaIfrom Shanks is out but is very lame MR E J TANNER of McKinney has been here helping invoice tho stock of drugs Shugars Tanner bought of W B McRoberts MR J M LoVELL and family have + moved back to Lincoln from Shatter i Pulaski county and their friends arA glad to have them again kin GROVB C KENNEDY of Lincoln is down again to see his boys lie I loves to be near them If ho cant be with them oil tho time ho is here Frankfort Journal JOHN OWBLEY REID and Earl ColeI Loufcvlllo yesterday tonfsn wcrt to bring back ahandsomo automobile Mr I Reid bought a few days ago Tho machine is a Cadllac brand new and a daisy MR S W MENEFEE and wife are hero from Rochester N Y en route to Dallas Texas whero Mr Mcnefeo goes to look after tho interests of tho Immenso telephone concern ho is asso dated with MRS GEORGE ROUTT and little son of Moreland are in Bradner O Mrs Routt was accompanied by her brother Mr Samuel Dlllhop the McCormack section Mr while will probably seek employment In that State I LOCALS e 4FRE811 dried at Hoppers BABYchick feed SV11 JIlgg1ns1 y PLOW ear at reasonable prices Gjl D HopperSt FRESH oysters just from Baltimore T D Newland WANTED a good farm hand to milk Address Box 196 jIFOR SALEA 15horso power port able engine and boiler J R Powell Stanford FOR SALEMy homo on Danville Ave All modern improvements Mrs John EllieSt BUFF Orpington eggs for hatching 50c per setting of 17or 260 per hun dyed Mrs W Ji Holtzclaw Gilberts Creek KyatDOHT rail to see Monte Cristo at Waltons Opera House Wednesday night next 17th A great play by a splendid company LISTEN If you want to save money on building this year give mo your contract work Will Stone contractor and builder Phone Sf THERE are about 200 entries In the Combination Sale to be hqldat Huston r vjlle March 24 25 20 and the cata- Logue will be a big one We hope to have it out in a few days I i CLOTHES French cleaned Cook Farmer FRESH buttermilk and cream dally nt Uineharfd 4t FOR lostof roller skates Apply at this office FHESII stock of garden coeds pota toes etc W II dligglneJ IF you want good meat call on Wil kinson Lutes Phono 47 FOR pure garden seeds and field seeds call on T D Nowland Stanford SEE our roofing for tobacco barns the best W K Warner tho toner ENTIRE change of program at th moving picture show tonight and Sat urday IT Is four your Spring sow ing Call on Mrs J H Colyer Logan Avenue A SECTION man named Denton Max ey is said to have a trouble something similar to smallpox at his homo nea South Fork I SEE my handsome lino of Spring bug gies harness etc Call while you have a large assortment to select from E T Pence Stanford Ky NOTES and collected any where in tho United StAte and n charges unless we collect Mays Col Icctlqn Agency Somerset KyJPERRY GOODS aged 40 was found on tho roadside In Casey with his skull crushed It is supposed he was thrown from his horse He was a well todo farmer L PERSONS wanting dirt can have It free by sending their wagons to the courthouse yard Wagons loaded tree of charge Foundation stones for sale F Krueger Son contractors Wu have moved to tho G Singleton storeroom opposite tho courthouse where we will bo glad to serve our cus tomers with all kinds of fresh meat Lutes Wilkinson butchers Phone 47JWALTER whokilled Herbert lumber also colored at Crab Orchard Saturday night will be brought out this morning for his examining trial Wed nesday was the day first eat but Ross attorneys asked further time ALFRED Srors Virgil Hunt and Dud Illckle the boys charged with breaking Into a car at Rowland and stealing whisky and Belling it were held over to circuit court in S1CO each Swope is tho only one of them who has able to givo bond A rrtETTV love story giving rise to unbounded and wholesonfb fun is a decided novelty but this Is tho combina tion furnished in Lena Rivers the most brilliant comedy drama success of the season and to be presented at Wal tons Opera House this Friday night by an exceptionally clever company A thehome Jes sie Stagg and Miss Mollie Daugherty caught fire from a lamp Tuesday night and the fire alarm was sounded The fire company responded with prompt ness but neighbors had gathered in and subdued tho flames when tho fire lad dies arrived The loss will not exceed 25 TUG democratic county committee is called to meet hero tomorrow Saturday to proof in the contest case of M S Baughman against W L Me Carty It will bo remembered that Mr McCarty won the nomination for sheriff on the face of the returns by 14 und that Mr Baughman charges fraud and Irregularities galore Mite J C McCi won the tree puzzle printed in our issue oCa few days ago and is entitled to aycarssub ucription to the IJ Following Js tho puzzle with the answers By whom was tho building set on firo 7 Medlars Meddlers What was first seen Firo What was tho quickest article to burn 7Elm Em Sambo looking on sold to Dinah Cedar See dar After tho firo what was tho managers wife doing Pining What will the poor newsboys do 7 Willow will owe How many of the fire force proved he roes TIear pair Who was the lost boy calling during tho flro 7Yew you After many days ants said to the other Hear about the lire 7Chestnut Af ter all was over what did they find 7 Aflhe8 t NewS its1 i New SRirts New Spring Coats New Silk Coats We have just placedon sole a line of tho above goods that are absolutely correct in stylo and priced much Jess than the same goodeare priced in larger towns and cities NEW clocks at Muellers FRESH car limo received today W IL Hlggins a SEE my line of and har I ness J C McClary CARLOAD of extra ceWhite North I ern seed oats J H Baughman Co a DR W N CRAIG will bo in his office over McRoberts drug store all this week I to exchange lumber for a good team of mules or horses James R Bunch Waynesbusg Ky FOR SALEEggs from finely bred HeBox 28 x FOR SALE House and lot on East Main St Stanford Ky in Graded school district Call on or address S Raines Stanford KyJTHE moving show continues picturera der Show every night Adults 10 children Sc ITilE freight business hero during February was greatly in excess of that of February 1908 The collections on freight amount to over t 000 more yearoNOTICE Will divide flock of sheep to suit purchaser and sell hay in 50 and 100 bale lots One good stallion and horses cattle hogs etc Sale March 17 1909 Bettio Spoonamore Admx ItESERVED oat tickets to Lena Riv ers which show comes to Waltons Op era House tonight Friday March 12 will be on sale at Shugars Tanners drug store W B McRoberts stand at 8 oclock this morning Tim trial of Hugh Thompson charged with tho murder of his nephew Fred Garrison was called at Liberty Wed nesday but continued until the nex term on account of a lack of time as court expires by limitation tomorrow LENA RIVEnsadramatization o Mrs Mary J Holmes novel will be presented at Waltons Opera House tonight Friday The presentation of the play has been awaited with a great deal of interest Tho comedy comes the glitter and eclat of its New York and Boston engagements Thos who witness the play will find in It scenes that are likely to be remembered for many days Ono of these is the little barefooted Lena and tho faithful old Granny bidding farewell to tho old homo in Slocumvllle Mass as they start on their journey to their new home in tho South Another is that of the heroine and her handsome Southern lover and serves also as an oppor tunity for the wearing of some of the most beautiful gowns ever seen in this city Burton Nixon has given tho play- a thoroughly adequate production and tho company is described as being one of much strength and cleverness it be ing Identical to the one seen In the met ropolitan engagements of the attrac tion DARING HOLDUP On Monday night a Mercer county man giving his nome as Amos Hodd was robbed on tho rail road track near W S and E B Den hams coal yard Ho claims that ho was standing around tho depot when he was approached by two Negroes who wanted to sell him whisky He agreed to take a pint and started oft up tho railroad track with them for tho booze At the above mentioned place tho larger of the two seized him and the other went through his pockets and secured 63 in cash They let him go and Po liceman B D Carter was informed Ho phoned to Hustonvillo for Lairs bloodhounds and Marshall Herring brought them down They were taken to tho scene and trailed a number of times to tho homo of Joe Hayden cdl ored and he was placed under arrest The Hogs then trailed to where John Green also colored sleeps and ho was also taken into custody At their trial Tuesday morning they Were hold over to circuit court in 200 and falling to Itlvu the bond they are still in jail ThoI money secured was mostly paper and was issued by the Mercer National Bank of Harrodsburg It is signed in red Ink by George Behon president and flush Allen cashier Watch out for money of that kind and make a note of from whom you receive it Hodd isI a horse trades and has been coming here for years JUST received a carload of genuine Pluto Cannel Coal Best in tho world for cooking and all right for tho grate Only 16c per bushel McKinney Coal Feed Co FIRE BELL The flro bell has been hung over the county clerks office a rope convenient to ring in case of fire but which must not be except in case of fire THERE como near being a fire in the jail residence a few days ago Burning soot fell and set fire tq the carpet In- lone of tho rooms but the family put out tho flames before much damage was done PHOEBE CRAIG wife of Solon Craig colored was fined 100 and given 40 days in jail yesterday for selling whisky to James Farmer A taw good strong fines like that might decrease tho blind tiger business here if it dont break it up entirely By the way what has become of Solon Craigs government li cense 7 We have heard nothing about It of late The Boston that Mr I Roosevelt will go down in history among other distinctions as the only president whoso name the American people never learned to pronounce James Simpson aged 50 is dead in Garrard A wife and three children survive W Va went wetIMannington DEBTS COLLECTED collect nofri clnlmi and accounts InanyWe of the United Htutei No charges unless collected Collection promptly re milled Try ui DOYl COLLECTION AOKNOY Serener Ky PUBLIC SALE I palsIto SATURDAY MAIIOH IS 1109 ortcows hogs forming utensils 1 twohorio wagon buggy frailer rtnumtwr of hives of bees and ninny other things too numer ous to mention Hale will Iw held nt my lluetonvlliefJ H UsCEHWooi Hustonvlllfl Ky PUBLIC SALE I On TUI RDA Y MAIIOH 2J IBO nt oclock r Mnt my place on Imnvillo Avenue I ofehot and cold water In both At snme time und plnvt war Ott I good family good lyear ild horse jersey cow splendid- for butter 1 brood ownbout its lodes clean bUKbucklJOllrtlBtrllgbt Iiontor two stands of pees and nu merou other things Terms mudo known on day of sale MUM JOHN K OASII Htnnford Ky SALE I wilt sell nt public auction at my farm near Hustonvllle on the Mt Salem pike on SATURDAY MAItOH SO W byDaugbutansanti calves 1 good pair of hors mules com Ing four yenr olds Id hands 2 Jennets three and five van old 1 good family horseaboutDO barrels of corn one twohorse wagon and harness 1 new mower nnd rake McCormick plows harness etc 1 buggy and 1 buck nnd 2 harness about AO or TO hensJ Household nod kitchen furnl ntaAusharpTerms J B DEOK M JHuttonvllle Ky clot J I Chandler Auct PUBLICSALEI Having sold my farm I will sell at puhllq auction on my premlies threo miles Houth of Uttenhelm on tho road lending from Grab Orchard to Wayncsburg on WEDNESDAY MAIIOH IT IWB for cash In hand nil my personal property consisting of I good work mare in foal 1 good family horse IS barrels of corn 1 cow with calf I cow fresh In June I twoyear old heifer I yearling li lferS yearling steers lDlso drill 1 3borsu drill with seeder I Mo Uormlck reaper 1 mowing horse plow 1 top buggy t double altorut- plows 1 Garland steel range with watertanl bureau 1 leather couch 1 wardrobe tables chairs washstand rock Ing chair kitchen lOferdinner set washbowl pitcher and many other things too numerous to mention Halo to begin at 0 oclock AM i HA1UteB GANG LOFF Onpt Bam Kcynolds And I STONEWALL JACKSON JR This fine black saddle stallion was sired the great saddle breeding stallion Old btonowall This colts dam was n Denmark snare lie is n nice colt Ho has colts to tatoInsureon nil paid for Barren mares made to staid tholmpreKiintor We have perfect success In this breeding ILLY BRECKINRIDGE This fine black Jack was sired by Major John D Harris Imported lack He will make the season of luuu nt my tarn nt fi to Insure n colt until weaning tune His get of IttJH Is now on my farm to show for good breeding Ho Is a sure foal getter A TvTRAYLOIl t SONS Pleasant Hill Breeding Farm Stanford nv FD No w I L j I j We Invite Comparison jf JI Of our Sksrla with any make Human hand can not do mceMvorlc +n than is on these goods the elite kind Ifwe havent your eire in the skirtlyou I like wo will roake one to fit you See the new models just in e t 1 oo j r I take beef been hear WANT with with used scriptspe PUBLIC 11L 11R Hughes 1 W Humble W O Martin AMERICAN BEAUTY Style 223 Kalamazoo Corset Co Makers i HUGHES STANFORD MARTIN KENTUCKY COI I IPIOF Perkins Crab Orchard Capital JCyt 3tock dank 54000AProfits f9 000 J NNSaundersBookkeeperw Jfas p Organization 321 500 Tfaio jfccounts on Our JJforris J S Hocker S T John H DIRECTORS- F IReid J H Baughman V 1 M D Elmore J M Fettus H C Daugbman J F Cummins STHarris no O RobinsonaW B OBannon J S Hocker CE Tale Big Combination S lerOF HIGH CLASSr 11 Business Horses Stallions and lacksf 1 To be Held a- tHustoiivilleKyMarch 24 25 26 Write for Entry Blanks Entries Close March lOth The Hustonvillc Combination Sale Company HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY l t The Interior Journals I Jinlered in the PottOffice ai Stanford Itnondcltu matter f t L N TIME TABLE NotlHOUthUlWPK No S3 ouh11roA X 1 xollNortho A M No M NortblllrT P Jt No 37 1017 AMt No W 240 r X JOS S RICE Agont f The Truth i Every person in this city whoissuf fcring from Eczema Pimples Dand- rufft or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanently I cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi external use All durggists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKYw Office over McRoberte Drug Store in Buildinyrr Inwrts Tobacco and Tobacco Tarns Nothing But InsuranceIi Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phono 80 Omce 85 Insuro with mo and be fully prote- ctedAdorinas Fox Ji a handiomo largo young Jersey Bull de scended from a lonit and unbroken line of the most noted bulls and cows on the Is of Jerlo and America Ills Importedrlieve Like begets Like or the Likeness of some Ancestor and hare n strictly good cow you should avail yourself of his ser vice lie will bo allowed to serve u limited number of approved registered cows out side of our own herd this year for n fee of Beach Make engagement before sending cow to be bred OTTKH Telephone 80 Stanford Ky N DWe have to offer three extra choice bull calves that will be sold at right prices At McKinney Ky You can find our Standard Remedy the greatest blood and liver medicine yet known In case of Rheumatism Halt Rheum Kid ney Trouble nnd nil diseases nrlslng from impure Wool it has no equal It Is manu factured food act of June 80 1IlOO and guaranteed the manufacturer If the Is taken todlrecUonl- and If he or she Is not benefited by the use of the Remedy we will refUnd your money ecan do notliln mo Each package contains 2U4 doses with a registered Ruarnu tee and mailing card with full Instructions mall on re celpteof11perpck age orseta packages for 15 Better n box today In time OU save a big doctors bil- lItememberlfyoutaketbe Remedy accord lug to Instruction are not i you get your dollar back You will not the In drug stores for sale It lssoldonlYltEUIIENWIGLIAIS Agents 1 lr Hides We Weal Bu- yFURS and Feathers Tallow BMwaz GInscBC CoUenaeaIYeamRoolMay Apple Wild Cinjer etc We lie dealers x Led in 18S6MOnr LaU II ceDlllr7l isit2s s=J cn do better let yea tbsa ilirnU Of commuaco mercbuU Refttrncr ur Bute ityLoulrriBe Write tot WccU 11ISons t r 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY 0 i JLBeazleyCo UndeitaKers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture AIattingaEugp They will exchange Furniture for llgKinds of Stock Give y Them a Call Prices Right Ity STANFORD KENTUCKY e t1 JC McClary t ndertaker Embalmer and Dealer InHarnese Saddleiy a y STANFORD KY- ePePhono let IHorneJPJione 6 Ia IFARJORtSDEPARTJOWT cows sate J S Hocker Stanford IR C Englemun Jr lost a tine colt by Dr G G Perrys Don Varrlck Rod Warficld of Sonora sold to Lexington dealers 20 aged mules at 225Eugene L Lillard sold his 2GOaci farmFawn Leapono mile from Midway to Mrs J I Cogar at 130 The barn of Hiram Overall near Glendale Hardin county was destroyed by fire with two mules and five calves Squire James McKechnie sold his hemp to Spears of Paris at 51c J D Eads is the agent for the above firm at StanfordE White of Cedar Creek has bought a good jack and the John Holtz claw saddle stallion and will make the season of 1909 with them A largo barn on the farm of J T Riddle at Cerulean was struck by lightning and destroyed with the contents Thirteen cattle and 10 mules perishedW Dodd sends us word from Hustonvllle that his great Gambetta Wilkes stallion Is all right and that his advertisement will appear In these columns In a few days A black sow came to my place about the 15th of Februrary Weighs 200 pounds Owner can get same by pay ing for this notice and her keep W H Murphy Stanford Ky A T Traylor d Sons are the first to advertise their stock Theywlll stand the good stallion Stonewall Jackson Jr and the great jack Billy Breck in ridge at their farm near Traylors dis tillery at 8 each The Department of Agriculture esti mates that the quantity of wheat In farmers hands March 1 was about 216 per cent equivalent to 143602000 bushels of last years crop and corn 393 per cent equaling 1047763 bushels of last years crop- WAYNESBURG Born to the wife of Taylor Wesley a fine boy There are several cases of grip in our little town- Farmers are preparing to raise tobac co this season Miss Myrtle Reynolds of Pulaski is visiting relatives and friends at this placeSeems as though it never forgets to rain It was a continual downpour Monday Miss Cora Singleton who has been teaching at McKinney is at home for h vacationOur School Is progressing nicely with Rev J A Singleton as superintendentiMr T S Reynolds received a check for 1000 a few days sincethe amount his wife carried in the L 0 T M of Waynesburg Hive No 17 Rev W S Taylor of Durgin haS been employed as pastor of the Double Springs Baptist church Ho will preacl the second Saturday and Sunday of each monthMr Sam Skidmore of Klngsville was here to see his girl Sunday Mr and Mrs Robin Rigney Mr and Mrs Dan Hester and Mr and Mrs Claude Hester of Klngsville visited relatives at this place Sunday Our exoperator M S MatthcwsJs visiting the family of D W Caldwell Edward Estes who is attending school at Eubank was up Sunday to see his best girl The Lurid Glow Of Doom was seen In the red lace Lands and body of the little son of II M Adams Henrietta Pa His awful plight from eczema had for five years defied all remedies and bafllecl tho best doctors who said the poisoned blood had affected his lungs and nothing could save him But writes his mother seven bottles of Electric Bitters com pletely cured him For Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Sores and Blood disorders and Rheumatism Electric Sitters is supreme Only SOc Guar anteed by Pennys Drug Store Tim WAY TO DO TILE BARN DANCE Put your arm gracefully around the girl make a noise like a cow and take three steps to the water trough Then eat a small amount of bran mixed with a couple of hops alldn bale of hay Walk as nearly like a chicken as possible Then turn a hand spring kick liken balky horse and smile as though you had eaten a barrel of stock food Seat your partner and take another The cleverest Imitation of real Coffee over yet made Is Dr Shoops Health toffee It Is fine In flavorand U made in just one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Sold by Pennys Drug Store Peace and prosperity is the- alliteration that the St Louis Times says it hopes that Tafts administration will establish A tickling or dry cough can be quickly loosened with Drv Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store Despite an advance in the price of wheat at Liverpool the Chicago market was rather weak Dont drug the Stomach or stimu late tho Heart or Kidneys That Is wrong It Is the weak nerves that are crying out for help Vitalize these weak inside controlling nerves with Dr Shoop Restorative and see how quickly good health will conic to you agojn Test It and see I Sold by Pen nys Drugstore Ten Indictments have been tteturned by the Christian county grand jury for alleged violations of tho Crecelius laws In six instances the defendants are to bacco growers and four are against companiesjor buyers for purchasin pooled tobacco p Foloys Honey and Tar cures coughs quickly strengthens tho lungs and ox pels colds Get the genuine In a yellow package Now Stanford Drug Co This is the Time alh il to Advertise Your- STALLIONS AND JACKS Cards Printed on Short Notice Give Us- a Trial Central Kentucky Real Estate Excise TITLE CO NoleJacres on tho Waynesburg pike near Highland Broom house born anti oth er oUbuUlllnjlj nice orchard This property near and schoolhouse Is well worth the price UJSU No S lBo acres x miles Bouth of Grab Or chard on the has n twostory house good barn orchard and Is ell waler ed about 100 acres of this land Is bottom- land and produces fine crops A bargain a- tf15t4 cash balance in one and two years No Sll acres on hock Greek near Way nesburg 4roomu house barn other out bulldlnxs plenty of water Cash price iv WOoNo4ItIlicrel near Level Green Rock castle This farm has n new S story froutehouse would cost to build now tiUiO good barn ThIs Ac hoeandchurch and school Is a nice can bw bought for 140 per acre ft cash re malnder In 12 months No 5IO the abovo farms lee acres In cultivation Dwelling oil rooms good burn anti other outbuildings nIce or shard One of the best springs In the county Price tffM balf cash balance 1 and 1 years No 6t1l acres adjoining farms Nos I and Ii 100 acres In cultivation balance In tlm her Good white oak hickory and some tine cedar Has 5story log huse and good orchard well watered Cash price iUUO No 7IOacres near Maretsburg acre in cultivation good ilwelllng tarn and necessary outbuildings KIoIand school church and It U station J6uOj 34 cash balance In one and No RU acres near Conway Ky nearly all of this farm U bottom land one for corn IInd meadow dwelling housenew barn and other buildings on county road e tulles from Berca College Clash 000No prlco11j 9G1 acres on Drakes from Ornb Orchard This farm adjoins the l pIke and Is n put of tho Oeo Evan farm This Is fine land and In good condition 11111 necessary buildings This Is a bargain at lO per acre i No IG71i acres near BtnnfoiM Ky in nice shape with II necessary bulidingsetc canbe bought worth the money For full particulars In regard to all the bove farms sew or write L It Hughes or James I White Htanford Ky T F GROSS Crab Orchard Kentucky Is now Serve his old friends and hopes to make ninny new ones K you have it mule or horse to castrate sate the work for him and hnve It done right He makes n specialty of castrating rlclndlngi Itching Skin Diseases Ate readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zcmo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form If Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis MtG L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I grasslandnndIfeneingAlso 1X5 lucre of tlmlwrcd land ono inlU Knitot lchlnnen hnlf under fence plenty of water and good tobacco land Hoc grow ne crop J AOIVKNHAKcnt McKtniiey Ky Stockof Merchandise for Sale I deilre to sell privately my dock of Oro porles nnd hardware Doing n good business Will invoice about VJM Reason III health OKO DllOPlKIl Stanford Ky When Ordering Clothes rwolrl have your raeimiro taken liT a tnllorof ex pricenbuelpessuitrorl the nest hern Mvenlne low clothes will have that Individuality and fit which plainly Indicate they wore made to your measure I will alto take your sues uro for extra trousers fancy tests top coats and overcoat rail and Winter mm pies oil band ready for your Inspection HOKUrLKYTbeTiilloru Safeguard the Future I r The safest surest and most adequate safe guard for the future Is a policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It Is conspicuous for economical mating fair- dealWgwIthitsmentbcrsandlarge return ucyholdersThe Just entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR of a successful business career with more policy holders in Lincoln county than all other companies combined Write for particulars suiting ngeand whether mar tied or tingle ton I ItlIerlJamedl While Hollcltor for Itockcastle Co POSTED rb strictlyforbidpasting on our places and will prosecute vi olators to the full extent of the law Mrs Walter Warren Mrs Mattle White P W Carter lien P Martin M1 Lawrence Tliuley Hpoonumore J8 Hocker J M roiini T A lllce JoMiiti Ilnllou J L Ilolliclaw n W lUsty Mrs J K Pulllam It Ii Pulllmn IerA rxton Mrs It L Williams James N Cash J Nevln Carter M U Lytle Mm Jas Raines J B Camenlsch CarpenterJtidrlffln Thomai Kerrlll David Burton A I Thompton MU Ulchanlton J M Ware Sibs Muttto Hewes Relrbrnbach Bros Fred Banmann AT Traylor Lllburnaooch N II Ilummer Will hector RII Nunnelley J W Bauahman JW IVck J K Bruce David Htvvens JohnCaninnlsch WmCordlrr Dan Traylor M D K I more Ootllti Ollck Fred llandorf J J Thompson D M Anderson JKMoier Mr and Sirs Jan II Ends A Kllmn Mrs NJ Morton lolrnI1IUlll1l11l1ni iro J livens W II Traylor Ham RolMirtr John Jufcr Amend Hohaefer Mi J llotinnnn KT Beailuy A It MMtheny L H turner Mrs J 13 Owsley FawleyMJU Hundley R If Crow Mrs Nannlo Good O K McClure Anderson Onrr Anton RoniCkcr W II Dlshon Fred VonOruenlgan T L BiiUKtiman Mrs Kate Ador Nlo sluts Mm Rebecca R Carpenter 1t KopaU JI Muter John H Leu Cfte Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 36XOOOO Resources 34000000 3 H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHTCASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER TELLER I H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTORSi J B Owaley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford T 0 Ran kin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Qilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W II Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek If you want to keep posted on political doings in Kentucky sub scribe for the Keituchy State Journal The best Democratic Daily in Kentucky Write for price and particulars to WeP WALTON Frankfort Ky Scene from LENA RIVERS at WaltonsIOpera House 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