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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j 1 IS 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNALI NO7II MATRIMONIAL At Joneevllle MIN Alfred Wilton aged 65 was married to Miss Joel Wayne 17- Luther Coleman and MIis Ada Jordan Cravens both of Casey were made one I by Judge J S Owslev Friday Carl Jackson and Miss Mamie Bonta of Mercer were mado ono by Rev o Robinson as they sat in their buggy in I front of his parsonage 4 J Sam Lyon of Springfield III 1ty son of Evan Lyon of Lincoln county Ky and Miss Minnie E Gosa a lova blo young lady of Nlantlc this State woro quietly married at the homo of the bride on Wednesday Feb 24 Tho bride ta h charming young lady whiled 1 the groom Is a prosperous young busi ness man of Springfield being a con doctor on an Interurban line between I Springfield and Decatur They will go to housekeeping soon and are anticipat ing a trip to Kentucky this summer Illinois Star The Courier Journal of Sunday an flounces the engagement of Miss Bessie I Elkin daughter of Mr and Mrs A B Elkin of Louisville to Mr Richard Menefee Newland of this place tho marriage to take place in May Miss ElkIn has spent several Summers at Crab Orchard Springs and those of our young people who have the pleasure of her acquaintance say she Is a most charming lady Mr Newland Is a son of Mr T D Newland is well and fa vorably known inthls section and is an exceedingly clover and affable young man He is at present engaged In tho l Insurance business and Is making a de cided success of It SAD DEATH The death of Mrs Daisy Hurnsido Huffman wife of A G Huff I man occurred in Louisville Monday T March 15th caused by heart disease Tho death was very sudden although she had been HI for several days The burial took place Wednesday at 1130 nt Lancaster cemetery A largo crowd of relatives and fritsda came with tho remains from Louisville and Stanford I Rev Yandell of Stanford conducted a short funeral service The floral offer log was profuse which together with tho outbursts of grief throughout thI entire crowd manifested clearly tho very high esteem in which she was heldI Sho was a lady of excellent traits orI character being a daughter of tho lato Mr and Mrs E H Burnside Mr Burnside was a native of this county and was a member of ono largest and most Influential families In Central Kentucky To tho husband his three children her two sisters Mrs R S t Putman of Lebanon and Mrs E P Owaley of Columbus Ga tho Record joins tho community in extending sin cere condolence Lancaster Record- S r A Religious Authors State mont Rev Joseph II Fcspcrson Salts hiiry K O1who le the author of sev eral books writes For several years I was afflicted with kidney trou blo and last winter I was suddenly stricken with a revere pain In my kid neys and was confined to bed eight days unable to get up without assis Lance I commenced taking Foleys Kidney Remedy and tho pain gradual ly abated and finally censed I cheer fully recommend Foloys Kidney Rem edy Now Stanford Drug Co CHURCH MATTERS Tho Baptist congregation at Somerset rI has decided to erect a new 25000 church The meeting conductod at the Baptist church by Bro Barnes of banvllle I closed Friday with GO additions to the church It was certainly a power fort good and wo would gladly welcome Bro to our town again Brodhcad 41Barnes Vernon Signal A t4 With Inlaid rod and jeweled reel SiJbn to a sylvan nook hell steal I His fishing kit Wo must admit When all complete willtoat a deal 11To save expense ho has no wish seek a pool where ripples swish i Established ere t Perhaps hell snare A tadpole or a vagranUish iCharles P Taft a brother of the married the only daughter of David Sinton ono of the richest men in Cincinnati who died in 1900 Mrs Taft was the solo legatee Included In her fathers estate was local real estate t property valued at 023830 The in heritance tax on this amounted to 8 002 Mr Taft did not pay tho tax on time and now 1554 Interest end penal ty is added The campaign to procure legislation 1 against speculation in cotton grain and r other agricultural products will be car ried on in the Sixtyfirst Congress with even more vigor than in the Sixtieth Congress according to the statements I of Southern members I- l t I Here rind There President Tarts tariff message cone tame only 322 words Spencer county will voto on tho whit ky question on April 3rd Indiana authorities ore investigating tho death of a boy In White county who it is alleged was killed by hazers Carrlo Chapman Catt whocallcd Mr Roosevelt an old tree toad is in Ger many strirring up the women suffra gistsAlfred Allen who killed his wile at Wotumpka Ala was given 25l years Ho claimed that ho mistook his wife Cora burglar Mrs L Klngcrr aged 21 was so se verely mashed by a log at n saw mill ht Barren county thtt she died shortly afterwardAfter fruitless soirch for his kid napped son Willie Whltla his father James P Whltla returned to his homo at Sharon Pa Sunday The Peace Society of the City ofJNcw York has sent out invitations for an international peace festival at Carnegie Hall Now York Wednesday night As tho result of an explosion In the Sunnysldo Coal Mine near Evansville five men are dead and a score seriously Injured All have been rescued from tho mine A bear fought a crowd of citizens fn tho atreels of Milwaukee and after a long battle was killed The beast prob ably came down tho Northern Pacific track or the river- A young man who has posed as tho Intimate friend of the family of Congressman Nicholas Longworth was ar rested In Cincinnati on tho charge of passing bogus checks Gov Marshall withdrew a reward of 3000 offered by the Indiana Legisla ture of 1905 fur tho arrest and return to Indiana of Oscar A Baker familiarly known as Cigarette Baker Successful flights on the Wright aero plane were made at Pau Franco by Count do Lambert and Paul TrUandler Wilbur Wrights pupils Each man went up alone and remained in tho air 20 minutes Gov Willson commissioned John S Kelly of Bardstown as special judge- to try the Porrishes of Owensboro who arc charged with wrecking thoI Owcnsboro Bank and Trust Co TheC case will be tried at Hawcsville An electrical and wind storm In DndI around Campbellsvlllo did great dam age Dan Miller a breeder of blooded stock lost two horses valued at 600 and 800 in tho destruction of a 1000 barn which burned Another barn on Millers place also burned It was fill ed with hay A Newport dispatch says The grand jury of Campbell county has returned two indictments against Sheriff John Nngcl charging him with failure to perform his duty in that ho is said to have allowed the operation of poolrooms in tho county Several employes of poolrooms were Indicted some time SRO and it is alleged that Nagol was slow in serving the warrants so that the men wero able to move to Cincinnati Resolutions of Respect CRAB ORCHARD March 8 Whereas our beloved brother Dr Robert G Redd who for 12 years had been confined to his room with paralysis deputed this life on Feb 21 1909 aged 67 years Resolved that this lodge has lost one of its faithful members and the community an upright citizen Resolved that we extend our heartfelt sympathy to his relatives and com mend them to God Whom he served Resolved that wo set apart In tho secretarys book a page to his memory and have a copy of these resolutions printed in tho Masonic Homo Journal and in the INTERIOR JOURNAL E H Davis G B Lyne J M Val lin committee Near Death In Big Pond It was a thrilling experience to Mrs Ida Soper to taco death For years a severe lung trouble gave mo Intense suffering sho writes and several times nearly caused my deatb All remedies failed and doctors said I was Incurublo Then Dr Kings Now Dig covery brought quick relief and a cure so permanent that I have not been troubled lu twelve years Mrs Soper lives In Dig Pond Pa tworks wonders In Coughs nnll Colds SoreLungs HcmOrrunRes La Grippe Asthma Croup Whooping Cough and all Bronchial affections boo and 81 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Sassafras 0 sassafras Thou art the stuff for me And in tho spring I love to sing Sweet sassafras of thee Provontics now Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely and quickly check all colds and tho Grip Try thorn once and seo 1 482fjc Sold by Penny a l Drll s Stare 1 NEWS NOTES The seventh street station in Louis ville burned causing a 50000 loss Rlpley Below of Morgsnficld tell from his horse and was instantly killed Robbers dynamited tho safe in the bank at Cold water Okla and escaped with 2000 Four children of M C Palmer near Newby Okla were burned toideath in a prairie firo John B Etly charged with killing his wife in Louisville was acquitted at his third trial Tho wets will petition for a local option election in Trigg county which went dry at the last election Secret service operatives located a counterfeiting outfit in an isolated patch of woods near Gdry Ind All preparations ore completed for Russia military intervention in Persia should such a step bo found necessary Rear Admiral Edward Trask Strong- U S N retired died suddenly of heart disease at his homo at Andover Mass Thieves broke into the realdencoof D- II Dunn president of the Smlthlanc bank and stole 2500 In notes and 15 in cash Wolf Face one of tho most fnoted war chiefs of the Cheyennes died at his home near Colony Okla lie was nearly 100 years of ago Mrs Agnes Franklin of Hampton Va tried to spank her 20yearold son whom she found in a pool room and dropped dead from heart disease Councilman Jonn F Klein was com mitted to jail without ball at Pittaburg for refusing to appear before the grand jury to testify in the graft investiga tionBenjamin Gilbert aged 19 was electrocuted in the penitentiary at Richmond Va for the murder in Norfolk last July of his sweetheart Miss Amanda Morse Frank Bell a wellknown newpaper man died at Hopkinsvillo after a IInC goring Illness lie had been connected with several of tho leading newspapers- In tho South William Whltla son of James P Whltla a wellknown attorney of Sharon Pa was kidnapped by two men later his parents received a letter demanding n ransom of 10000 Daniel Bauer a member of the Cin cinnati General Council a saloon keeper and a follower of Boss Cox was Indicted on the charge of conducting a place that constitutes a nuisance Tho bursting of tho water tanks whichsupplied the city of Parkersburg W Va resulted in three deaths and tho serious injury of other residents of tho city whose homes were in the path of the flood- Although a total of 233 cases of small pox were treated at the Franklin coun ty pcsthouse during tho last year there have been no deaths and 226 of the patients wero discharged from the hos pital cured of the disease For her heroism In saving tho lives of nine children during the burning of the steamer Gen Slocum near New York in 1904 Miss Mary McCann was presented by Speaker Cannon on behalf of Congress with a silver life saving medal Luman C Mann was declared not guilty of tho murder of Mrs Frances Gilmoro Thompson at Chicago Several members of the jury shed tears when Mann between choking sobs thanked them and promised to lead a better liCetJohn D Sharp was acquitted of thoI charge of murdering former United States Senator E W Carmack at Nashville but the two principal actors in tho tragedy Robin Cooper and Col Duncan B Cooper were given 20 years In prison each A Lynchburg dispatch says Judge Christian decided the contest of the election held here In December in favor of tho nnti Saloon League and tho sa loons which closed March 5 will remain closed at least two years Not a drunk en man has been arrested hero in 11 days Simple Remedy For La Grippe La grippe coughs are dangerous as they frequently develop Into pneu monia Foleys Honey and Tar not only stops tho cough but heals nndI strengthens the lungs so that no seri ous results need bo feared The genuine Foleys Honey and Tar contains no harmful drugs and Is In a yellow package Refuse substitutes New Stanford Drug Co Tho candidate for office on any ticket who promises immunity to criminals ought to be relegated to the rear The candidate who would make such a prom ise before election would perjure himself if he mado good after election Eddyvillo Herald Pains ot women head pains or any palnstoppod in 20 minutes sure with Dr Snoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25c Box Sold by Peonys Drug Store CJ IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES L B Ford is dead at Somerset Miscreants fircdinto the home of I Franklin near Gradyville Adair county Mrs Mclvena Bullockaged 69 is dead in the Hansford sectionnof Rock castle John Simpson one of Washington countys wealthiest citizens is dead of pneumoniaThe car line at Somerset will be extended to the shopifand work will begln at once Maj Curtis F Burnam an aged and respectedcitizen of Richmond Isjdead after a protracted illness M A Armstrong weighing 325 pound and six feet eight InchcaJttall s dead in Cumberland county Joe Lorimer of Middlesboro died of Asiatic cholera at Manila Philippine Islands three days after landing In that countryE Davidson has sold the Spring field NewsLeader to Judge James R- Noe and Joseph Polin who will mak e- It an independent paper Asbury College at Wjlmoro was de stroyed by fire causing a loss of 40 000 with 22000 insurance A defective flue caused the firs The Williamsburg Times Republican demands a cleanprimary and threatens to expose those who attempt tojviolate any of the election laws Mrs James Lawrence of Perryvllle aged about 80 was burned to death at her home by attempting to replenish the fire Sho was a sufferer from paralysis Charles Herndon who killed his wife IJ Whitley county some 12 years ago was given life imprisonment Just af ter the crime he went West and was recently capturPdIThe caso Gilbert Selzers administrator against tho L d N returned a verdict of 30 Selzer was killed by one of the companys trains Marked improvement has been noted in tho condition of David Jackson of London who is confined to Norton Infirmary suffering from some peculiar ailment of the eyes Levi Fairchild a prominent citizen of Monticello died of typhoid lover Uo is survived by his wife four children and one brother W F Fairchild president of tho Citizens National BankCapt Henry L Casey of Danvlllo who was formerly director of the Bu reau of Animal Industry in the Philippines and quartermaster of the Second Regiment Kentucky National Guard has been appointed veterinary for the city of Mexico At a meeting of the Richmond bar resolutions in honor of Hon Curtis F Burnam were adopted Many talks of praise devotion and high regard in be half of the distinguished jurist wero Uttered by members of the profession Thoso who made speeches were lion J W Caperton W B Smith W R Shackelford and others- A Lawrenceburg special says The grand jury adjourned here today after one of the most sensational sessions in the history of the county Fortyfour indictments were returned and most all of them were against prominent citi zens of the county One Magistrate was indicted for unlawfully being Inter ested in contracts with the county members of the Fiscal Court were indicted for malfeasance in office also the same charge was registered against the county road supervisor Several merchants were indicted for engaging in business on Sunday and the proprietor of tho soft drink establishment in the western part of the county had five indictments returned against him for selling liquor without a license The indictments against the several of ficers It Is understood were in regard to the county roads Kills Slayer A merciless murderer Is Appendi citis with many victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by prevention They gently stimulate stomach liver and bowls preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis curing Constipation Biliousness Chills Malaria Headache and Indigestion 25o at Pennys Drug Store l You bankers have it easy I wish I wero a banker instead of a farmer Tut tut my friend A farmer leads the only Independent life 1 dunno Ive seen lots of abandoned farms but Tvo never seen an abandoned bank- bly threo year old boy was badly constipated had a high fever andwas In an awful condition I gave him two doses of Folcys Orlno Laxative and the next morning the fever was gone and he was entirely well Fp leysOrlno Laxative saved his tits A Wolkush Caslmer LWls New Stanford Drug Co I i You cant GO wrong In Style In Quality in Tailoring in Fit if youlwear one of our Hart Schaffner Marx Spring Suits x f They are reliablein all the things a well dress ed man looks for The latest in fabrics col orings patterns and models We guarantee them to be all wool and not to fade Cummins EX Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY i This is the new COMBINED EDGE and FLAT DROP SUPERIOR CORN PLANTER Investigate before placing your order i W He HIGG1NS I STANFORD KY DIGNITY DARE NO 1982 n MnholOI1Y bn7 15l hands high weight 1tt pounds perflJcU sound Trotted In 3H and rucks lIt JlIIS live tllitlnct gnlu Hlue string hone front colt to present date Never defeated In model ring except by hie two colts Defeated 23 head In motel ring at Harrodiuurg Colts very kind to break and unusually Intelligent Great breeder for high action rent uniform breed ere never got a lorrol colt Jill colt first lit Rtnke ring for Ash nt Harrodsburg 1KB tickling colt tint In barnes ring at State FaIr WS Mofhicolts averaging rMra solo for average price of tell mtxtrta hIgh shoulders long tapering necks and good bORdl to nil Reneunof 1KO In Iluttonvtlla 1 nt S4S to Insure nllvncult or til the season Money for ttenou due at time of lira her vice Dignity Dare H too Welt known to necessaryDignityring Grogs furnished at I be per month Oarfl taken to prevent accidents not responsible should any occurKMores moved to another bono mukerervlcomonsydueil Phone In residence OorrOt ondenoeoIrllclted PHUAUtUKTKIlvIIustonvlllt 1 9 a The Interior Journal Eo C WALTON CHARLES A HARDIN- of flrrer count II n caniildat tar Com monwealths Attorney of Ibis tho nth JU dlclal district tubjrctto the action of tho democratic pnrty Y JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR II a candidate for circuit ledge of tills tie IStU district IUbJect to the action ol tLe Democratic party M C 8AUFLEY It n candidate for circuit Judge of thli tho 18th Judicial dtttrlct subject to the actjo of the Democratic party ptDemocratic Ticket FarHteteHenntorR of Lincolneounty For Representative W H SHANKS For County Judge JAMES P BAILEY ForJConnty Attorney W S BURCH For Circuit Clerk J D SWOPE For Bhertrr w L MCCARTY For County Court Clerk Y GEORGE B COOPER 7 For Taller DINK FARMER For Asies or JOHN C PEPPLES Forsuperintendent of School GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford District JAMES McKECHNIE For ConstnbleJBtanford District I M BRUCE For Magiitrato CrabTOrchard District J WARD MOORE For Magistrate HuitonvillciDUtrlct J K HELM SR For Magistrate Wuyneiburg District JOHN M CAMDEM For Constable Wnynesburg District JOHN G BAUGH EXSHERIFF SHARPS was acquitte of the charge of conspiracy in the killing of Senator E W Carmack atNash vile but the Coopers father and son e J were given 20 years each in prison The jury on the first ballot stood six for murder in the first degree five for murder in the second degree and one for acquittal but after much delibera tion the abovelverdict was agreed on The jury on the day before declared It could not agree as to the Coopers but exonerated Sharpe and Saturday when a verdict was brought in the defense asked the judgeto declare it a mistrial and will arguethat point in a few days In the mean time Col Duncan B Coop 11 rand his eon Robin Cooper are 01 ton bonds of 25000 each Friends oft the Coopers almost fell over eachother in their desire to fgo their bonds It was a loug drawn out trial and there wastnuch playing to the galleries both by toe counsel and Judge Hart who tried the case MARSE HENRI took six colums of Saturdays CourierJournal to prove that prohibition is a failure and that no prohibitionist can be a democrat But r the people will just go on thinking like they formerly did and wonder what the advertisement cost the whisky and beer greateditoruse than furthering the whisky cause Tim movement to convert the birth place of Jefferson Davis in Christian county Into a memorial park for South erners was revived Saturday at Hop kinaville Options on the Davis farm expire April 27 and it is requested that all Confederates and their sympathizers interested send their contributions for the purchase of the Davis place to S A Cunningham Nashville Tenn WHEN a Federal judge can deprive a man of his liberty by judicial ukase and a newspaper can be gagged for the offense of criticising a public official it will be high time for Russia to send us- a few missionaries sensibly remarks William Jennings Bryan in the Com moner A BAPTIST church in Somerville Mass has decreed that no woman shall 1 be admitted to the services until she has taken off her hat on the ground that women spend more time examin fag others hats than in listening to tie o sermon TmfCuseyCounty News has just rounded out the fifth year of its exist ence Brer Thomas has been ntthe helm since its beginning and deserves much credit for Riving the people of paperITilE Virginia Suprcrrie Court bars grass widows from breach of promise suits saying that they having been married are immune from the seducers wiles This is good reasoning if not good law TilE LexingtonHetalJs4page edi tlonSunday was a hummer We congrat corpsifort a 0 + G CHARLES F GRAINGER who made Louisville one of the beat mayors that city has ever had says he will not mike another race for tho office His decision snot at all satisfactory to his legion of friends and admirers WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN was ten dered a great banquet by democratic friends at Lincoln Neb the occasion being the Commoners 49th birthday POLITICAL Senator Bradley has been placed ups on the Committee for City of Washing ton fiiUullItt county democrats will nominate county officers by a primary on June 5- President Taft was the honor guest at New York banquet given by Yale studentsThe tariff bill was favorably re I ported to the House by the Ways and Means Committe- eIt to reported at Jefferson City that Gov Hadley of Missouri is to resign to accept a Federal judgeship Luther Willis a nephew of Luther C Willis of Shelbyville has been appointed stenographer to Senator Bradley The first piece of legislation to be acted on by the House during the epos cial session was the bill providing for the taking of the thirteenth census The Standard Oil Company is well taken care of in the Payne tariff bill The provision concerning the itnporta lion of oil is the same as in the Dingley lawBoth branches of the Utah Legisla ture passed the bill extending local op tion to cities of 12000 population or more County local option also is pro videdIt reported at Washington that President Taft will extend tho order placing fourthclass postmasters under the civil service to include tho Southern StatesSpeaker Cannon has set his foot down on general legislation at the speclalses ston of Congress He has announced that committees will not be named un tiladjournmentLouis Assistant Secre tary of tho Treasury has resigned Ho will be succeeded by Charles D Nor ton of Chicago a personal friend of Secretary MacVeagh President Taft will ask Congress for authority to give retired officers who serve on the Brownsville Court of In quiry full pay Until the authority is given the court will not be appointed President Taft Gov Hughes Chief Justice Melville Fuller and Judge George Gray were among the speakers at memorial exercises in honor of Grov er Cleveland in Carnegie Hall New YorkPresident Taft has told the members of his Cabinet that he will not inter fere with them in their selection of ass sistants and that their appointments are to be made for the purpose of ins creasing efficiency Former Representative James E Watson of Indiana who was the re publicpn whip in the House nnd who lost his fight for the governorship has been offered and has declined the guvernorhip of Porto Rico and the min- Istry to Cuba Judge J M Galloway withdrew from the race for reelection in the Bowling Green judicial district J McKenzie Moss was nominated by the Republican Judicial district committee for Circuit Judge and John H Gilliam of Allen county for Commonwealths Attorney June 5 and a primary were decided- on as the time and manner fornominat Ing a democratic candidates for judge and Commonwealths attorney in the lopkinsville district Judge Thomas P Cook and Judge J T Hanberry are the candidates for judge and Denny P Smith for Commonwealths attorney Dr W D Crum the Negro who was relieved as Collector of the Port at Charleston by the appointment of E W Durant will be given a lucrative position in the Panama canal zone Crum is a physician a graduate of Howard University and it is said he will go in the sanitary service in Pana maWhile the Payne tariff bill may get through the House in short order and with fewchanges the outlook In the Senate islfor prolonged consideration and many amendments The maximum and minimum rate provision in consid ered of doubtful expediency by many Senators and others are preparing to make a hardfight to restore the Ding ley provisions in schedules affecting their constituentsIThe two Houses of the Illinois Assem bly in joint session considered the reports from the joint committee that Heard tho gubernatorial contest by Adlai E Stevenson against GovICharles S Deneen The joint adopted the majority report strict party vote It the contestant has failed tomake a prima facie case sufficient to warrant the opening- of the ballot boxes for a recount It SaveH All thoughtld lose iny leg writes J A Swenson Watert wn Vis Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had at last laid muup Then fiucidcns Arnica Salvo cured I t sound andiwell Infallible for Skin Eruptions Eczema SaltRheum Boils Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 25c at tunnys Drug store zJ J Oklahomo farmers have formed a cooperative organization which if present plans are carried out will enter the meatpacking business and will also buildelevators at every grain shipping Statei Lexington that tobacco firms who purchasedaome of the Burley Society pool last fall had thrown many hogs heads of their purchase back on the sOIletyI are watch the progress of the new French tariff bill Under Its provisions United States factories al ready at a disadvantage will be fur ther handicapped in meeting the competition of other nations HG Riffe McKinney I UndertakerI Irompt nnd Efficient Service Day or Night Thomas Wilkinson UndertakerMt Salem Prompt nnd Efficient Service Day or Night I G WArmstrongCoI Dealer In Wall Pnper Alto carry a iptcn I did line of G rocerle Bolt Drinks Etc Meta Street Huitonville Keutucky The Remedy Ithat Always tam ZEHO recognized u the now boottt u 4 iQCuufut neilcln la Us votU todij E 1 Tl laittnuV relUrtt al poiltlnlr sal perm Millr care leura n sad all luMot Ha issues Get I botIe to4AII Dritclxt Will lot iiapk- EWBoMMedldotCa SC Uoli M Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods This is the Time to AdvertiseYour STALLIONS AND JACKS Cards Printed on Short Notice Give Us a Trial HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AN- DThe Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Ibeard people In tba United States have not of turf CourierJournal Democratic in all thing fair In nil things clean In all thing It Is essentially family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to of for the WEEKLY COUBIKBOURNAL one year and this paper for the price named bore Send your subscription for the corn nation to usnot to tbo OourlerJouraa Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to tell privately my stock of Oro cones and liard ware n good butt nets Will Invoice about JIOOO Ileatou tII health + e- OnoDIIOPPEIIStanfonlKy T F GROSS Crab Orchard Kentucky Ill noteready to servo till old friends and to wake many new ones If you bRo mule or horso to castrate save tho work for him and have It done rltfht lie makes ii specialty of castrating rldwllngi Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form jf Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I The farm of KOacrrs of Rood blue grai land lying one mile North of McKlnueyoi the Htanford pike Improvement and fencing good plenty of water fruit Also 11 acres of timbered land one mill Knit of McKlnney half under fence plant of water and good tobacco land Hco grow ngcrop AOIVENHAgents PUBLIC SALE On TtKHIUY MAHOHS l9nontioVloc puut my plnvu on Danville Avenue J will oTer for sale my home with 5t4 acres of land Allot this property Is In good ret tirhot nnd cold water In bath At tame Him and place will sell 1 Rood family good 3yearold horse Jersey cow plcndld I for bultvr 1 brood towjibout 100 bales clean clover timothy bay Coluutbu buggy bucKDonrd spring buggy barons airtight heater two stands of HI and nu moroui other thing Terms made known on day of Mile Mae Jour F Cun Hlanford K y- CONCRETING We are in poaltlontodoallklnd of con cretlng us llloclc Work Pavements and In fact wo can make any thing from thouse down to A fence post We can serer you promptly and guarantee nrSpawork Call and get our irlcci before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky JoeIstable at II to insure a living colt Itlack Joe is Irvitonlttt Kentucky sgreatdt saddle tal lion hu by Va bi lit dllmlucllo bytessemger bnlUarkjU inns Kettle Itoblnion by K- HamblPlonlnn he It n very line Individual blnck with om white foot ttanitil5V hnndt weight IAU poundt 3 yean 01111 nne tnddler nod very showy In harness PI styleand action See him before you hook your mares Henson due If mare Is traded or rartnl with All care will Iou taken to avoid nccl dents but not retponilbln should any occur J D KADHAHONH Stanford Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to a Judgment of tim Lincoln ltJlJruarltermheirs against JnoKUaihihelritheundrr ilsned Commliiloner will between the hours of 1 and X P x on MONDAY Alitlf 12 ItlW county court day otter for sale at public outcry to tbo highest mind lest bidder In front of court house In Htanford Ky the followlne property In Turnenvtlle Lincoln county Ky lTtjostorivhouionml lot bounded on the North by tllelitnnlonl and llutonvlllo pike on the Knit and South bvthelnndsofJomea McCormIck anti on till Vest by the lcKln ney and UoITII1J MITI plkeconlnlnlng about a acres and S roods There is n large ffllmo- torllhouAO and dwelling coniblual on tbU lot and It U a plendld stand for n general storeY Neal property which It Itoumlnl on till North by the land of Slits Buo Dal lint and Martin McCormick on the Knit b McCormlckschurehturniikeoniheHoutby on the West of containing between 8 and W acre This lot contains a Sttory frame dwelling nnd out buildingsTEtMSThe tales will be made on n credit of six inontlit the purchasers will be required to give bands for tho purchaw price with goof security to tho Dominlttloner bearing 0 merest from date of sale until paid having time force and effect of n Judgment nnd secured I linn on the land Tim present lessees of lot No1 hnvo the privilege of extending their lease two yours from April 1 lliuv and- Iot No Y is loosed until Jan 1 i MCKOUKRTH special oomr POSTED strictlyforbidpassing on our places nnd prosecute vi olators to the full extent of the IiMrs Walter Warren Mrs Mnttle White I W Carter Ken 1 Martin MI Lawrence Tlntley Hpoonamore IH Mocker JMrettutT A iUce Ioseph Itallou J L lioiuclaw ityUMrsJK 1ulllam Mester A 1uxton Mrs It L Williams JanietXOaiU JNevlnOltrtr M n Lytle Mrs Jan Italnet liOamenltcb Ur J a Carpenter Thomas Kerrlll J G OrUUn ThompsonLOMtu Mattle Hawes Kolchonhuch Hrot Fred liaumann A TTrnylor IJIburnQooch N 11 Iluniiner Will tester It o Nunnelley- J 1V liaughinnn J W Peck J B Uruce David Htevont JohnCamenltcli WmCordler Dan Trnylor Al D Klmore OotllhOllck Knd JInndorf J J Thompson H MAndvrson J K Moscr Mr and Mrs Jat H Ends A KHxita Sirs N JllortonIJJ Klllott Sirs W U UiiuKhcrty Frank Conner Uev Father lcn Drn0 Perry U WOiilnos H II luughmnn Uriah Albright A D Hoot Mrs inrguretUoochJncohunnder Oeo O Hvlnl W Tray lor Mali Holwrts John Infer Anivnd Hclmefer M J Hofmann KT licit Ivy A UMatheny I14 liirnur MrnJ11 JlIIIOlerHJC Hundley It If Crow Mr Nannie 11 Good C K McClure Anderson Cnrr Anton Honrcker W M Dlthon Fred Vondruenlgnn T L Hnughuian Mrs Kate Ador Nlc Glutz trt Itebeccn H Carpenter W Kopat J K John Y tee t New Walkovers J all I i l l Just a little neater and just a little better than ever High Shoes in Gun Metal Vici Ii Ox Blood and Patent Leathers f I eJ50 4 and fSOO Per Pair WALKOVERIiA pretty good stock still of heavygoods for this sloppy weather ll t+44 t+ tH+HHp++++ V H J McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY i PURE OLIVE OIL I Direct importation from France The- Y I very best for eating and fa I jj medicinalpur 4 n t t mposes m 35c Half Pint 60c Pint 100 Quart fH IPENNYStanford DRUG Kentucky STORE 1I ELECTRIC RANGES Tho Range to buy a full saver a nlenojnllker the best baker A largo line of select front nut TVO willnppreciato a call GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford I t ILineQ fynd Linerr Suitings fWehave every color and white in plain stripe and side bands lOc to 30o r i White Linen Waistings We Imvo a 30 inch linen lawn waisting at 25o other grades up to 81 yd White Linen Suitings A 3rt inch ALL LINEN suiting not ono half or two third linen but all linen at liCc other grades up to 81 CO yd SEVERANCE STANFORD IThe Interior Journal BTAKFOKD KY MAIICJI 23 IflOi 1 FINE lino of Reels Poles Lines and I all other Fishing Tackle ut Penny Drug Store PERSONALS HUBERT CAHENTEK ia Indisposed LEe RUPLEY went to Loulavlllo Friday JOHN S BAUGHMAN went to London FridayMR D G PORTMAM was up from Liberty Saturday MR J F IllQNEY Is up after a spell of a week or so with a deep cold Miss HUJAN LEAVELL of BrynnU vllle was tho guest of friends here MRS It II YOUNO of Louisville was the guest of Mrs G B Cooper I f Miss LENA PALMER spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Garrard I JAMES DYEIIOUSE of the Gilbert Creek section U very III with pneu monia MR R B WILKINSON Is spending a Io few days In Casey and putting in the time fishing LLOYD PERRIN has returned from Anderson Ind and Is again with J L f Bcazlcy Co MR JOE B WILLIAMS of tho West i End has been very ill with pneumonia bulls Improving MRS MARY ADAMS and Miss Frances Adams visited her sister Mrs R W Kecnon at Harrodsburg MRS THOMAS OWENS of tho Preach craville section had tho misfortune to fall and break her left arm MRS JONAS MCKENZIE of Mt Vcr non was with her sister Mrs James I White during the last hours of her Ill ness MR AND MRS T J ROBINSON of Hustonvllle were here yesterday rot turning from a visit to his brothers at r LancasterMiss A SINK has returned to her j homo at Louisville after a several weeks visit to her grandparents Mr y and Mrs A C Carman MRS S J BeLL and little son Ad dlson Taylor Bell loft Saturday to visit her sister who Is quito sick at her j homo at Holt this State LITTLE Miss MARY WALTONS young friends aro glad to see her out again after an Illness with tho whooping coughLexIngton Herald Miss OPHELIA LACKEY of Crab Or chard was on Fridays train returning from a delightful visit to her brothers at St Louis and LHchfield HI EDITOR JOHN H THOMAS of the Casey County News was hero Satur day returning from a visit to his son who Is at school at Barbourvlllo i MR HAYS FOSTER left Friday for Way Miss to spend a while with tho family of Mr J iL McAlfcter Mrs T J Foster who Is visiting her daugh ter there will return with him k Miss JENNIE WILCHER accompanied r her slater Mrs Charles Lutes toCana itdaand will spend a year or more with Miss Wllchers many friends hero gave her up with slndero regret V IN a Song Recital to be given at the t Odean Cincinnati on Thursday eve 25th by the pupils of the Coll- egotot Music of Cincinnati Misa Mary Mc of this city will sing Most it Must Bo Miss NELL WRIGHT who la attend school at Stanford spent Thursday at her home hore Walter Warren and Henry Phillips of Stanford wero hero contracting for building ma C H BartlcLlberty LOCALS Watches at Muel NEW Clocks and lers SEE thestyle In mens Oxfords Cummins Wtaren FOLLOW tho crand go to tho moving picture show CUT Glass China and Solid Silver latwaro at W II Muellers f J SPRING OPENING Thursday March 25ot hatsNovelt-iesand newest Leas You are Invited Misses Straub I tTug Modern Woodmen of Moreland Tent will give an oyster supper at Woodmans halt Moreland on Satur night March 27 Good music will Idayfurnished DONT forget tho moving picture show I CLOTHES French cleaned Cook Farmer FOUND a bunch of keys Claiborne C Walton FOR SALEA lot roller skates Apply at this office I NEW selection of fobs chains pint etc at Muellers TRY a pair of that allleather work shoo at 82 Cummins Wearen SEE our roofing forte tobacco barns the best W K Warner the tinDer Ir is now time for your Spring sew Ing Call on Mrs J II Colyer Logo Avenue FOR SALEA 15horso power port ablo engine and boiler J R Powell Stanford FOR SALE Imperial Pekin duck eggs 11 for 1 Mrs James N Cash phone 9921 Till invited to attend our millinery opening Thursday March 21 Misses VanDeveer TUB beautiful Cash home on Danvill Avenue will be sold at public auction at 2 oclock this Tuesday afternoon DONT forgetgreathorse sale which begins at Hustonvillo tomorrw Wednesday and continues until Friday LADIES Dontorgyofaro Invited to Ice my Spring display of hats on Thursday March 25 Come Miss El la May Saunders Fun SALE Pure S C Brown Leg horn eggs Improved laying strain Mrs It L Berry Hustonvillo Ky Phone 833 rings ms YOUR attention is called to tho display advertisement of tho Charles Wheeler Emporium Hustonvillo Read It It will bo time well spent MILLINERY OIENINoOn Thursday March 25th Iwill havo my millinery opening All the ladles are cordially in vited to como Miss Ella May Saun ders SALESMEN WANTEDTo look after our Interests in Lincoln and adjacent counties Salary or commission Address Tho Harvey Oil Co Cleveland Ohio SPRING GREETING On Saturday the 27th wo will have our opening of Im ported and Domestic Pattern hats to which wo invite tho public Miss Rella Arnold Lancaster Ky JUST received a car of Webber Wagons also wo have on hand lIOOlller Corn Drills Disc HatrowB and other farming implements Soo us before placing your order Coffey Bishop More land WE congratulate the trustees of tho Stanford Graded and High School on securing tho services of Prof J W Ireland superintendent for another year We only wish tho engagement had been for life THE great combination sale of jacks stallions mares geldings and ponies begins at Hustonvillo tomorrow Wed nesday and continues until Friday Nearly 200 animals are to be disposed of and In tho lot thero aro many of Kentuckys best T I MRS R L BERRY of near Huston Mlle tells us that from 110 hens she ecured last year 1129 dozen eggs out of this number sho sold 866 dozen for 154 92 This year Mrs Berry has 150 hens and has already sold 55 worth of eggs The hens aro of the pure Single Comb Drown Leghorn strain A LARGE number of our people ac companied the remains of Mrs James I White to Mt Vernon Friday and attended tho burial of tho good wife and kind and indulgent mother Brief services were held at the home on Logan Avenue by Rev J Murray TaYlor and were concluded at tho Baptist church at Mt Vernon MRS WlGGS OF THE CABBAGE PATCH to bo arranged by Miss liar riotta Jones under the auspices of the U D a will be given at Waltons Opera Houao April 2 It is full of hu mol and a laugh from start to finish Some of the beet home talent of Stan ford has been secured and a rare treat will be worded all Who come New Silks COLORED TAFFETAS We have n better yard wide Taffeta silk in all colons and black than you will BOO anywhere at 81 yd Messaline Silks All the Spring shades in 27 inch Mwsalino at 81 yd Foulard Silks These silks arc very popular this season and we arc showing some choice designs I SEE my lino of wagon and buggy bar ness J C McClary LADIES Oxfords in the very latest styles Cummins Wearen WANTED a good farm hand to milk Address Box 196 Stanford Ky Tile FREE a machine noneI better For sale at W II Muellers BARRED ROCKeggs 75c per setting of 15 Hawkins strain Mrs S K Duddcrar Stanford EGGS for sale from Red hens Wild Mallard ducks and Toulonse geese Mrs W J Edmt ton Crab Orchard Ky I Go to tho moving picture show Lots- lof show for the small price of admix Change of program Monday Wednesday and Friday nights AFTER this issue a good many names will be taken off of our subscription list People who pay no attention to polite requests for remittances neednt expect to get the INTERIOR JOURNAL I PAIDJames M Reynolds has re ceived from tho supremo record keep er of tho Knights of the Maccabees a draft for 950 the amount of insurance held by tho late Roland D Padgutt in that good order Mr Reynolds Is guardian for Mr Padgetts children Tho Maccabees have paid quite a largo number of policies In this county in the last year and have done so promptly and in full- Tosco WATERS KILLED Tusco Waters son of Mrs Sarah Waters of Kingsvillc was killed at Delta La by George S Long A shot gun was used and a portion of his taco was blown off It is not known what caused tho trou ble Tho body was brought to Kings ville and interred Waters was an en gineer on the Vicksburg Shreveport d Pacific Railroad Ho visited his mother last Summer and was hero during the fair This office received at letter and remittance from him Tuesday last In which he asked that he bo remem bered to his friends in Lincoln county Mr Waters was 38 and unmarried Ho Is tho third and last son of Mrs Wat ers to meet a tragic death Tecumseh Waters was killed by Thomas Leo and Waco Waters by n train at Ludlow A son inlaw John Yocum was killed by tho cars near Danville HARVEY MCRORERTS KILLED There was sadness in town and county Satur day night when the news was phoned that little Harvey Muir McUobcrts tho bright little five yoar old son of Mr and Mrs II J McRoberts had been fatally hurt by u loaded wagon passing over him at the home of lion W H Shanks where tho laic Roberta are spending tho winter A few moments before tho horrible accident little liar vey had called to Tip Crutchfield who was driving the wagon that ho and his sister Annlo D McRoberts would be down to see him the following day All right answered Crutchfield and almost in the twinkling of an eye ho heard Harvey scream Crutchfield rush ed to the child and grasping him in his arms took him to tho houso whero his grandmother Mrs Annie D VanArs dale and sister were The parents were in town at tho time and were phoned for but when they reached homo tho sweot little spirit had flown and thero was another angel in tho realms above Barney was a general favorite and remarkable in many ways Ho know nearly everybody in town and never forgot an incident It mattered not how immate rial it was and while not precocious his ways were greatly in advance of his tender years It is sad indeed that the flno little fellow should have mot such n tragic end The parents grandmother and sister are almost crushed by their great loss and In this their dark hour unbounded sympathy is felt for them Hay He Who tempers tho wind to the shorn lamb givo them strength to withstand the fearful blow that has been dealt and cause them soon to real ize that their loss is Harveys eternal gain At 10 oclock yesterday morning Rov JL YandellJolFercd a prayer at the home an appropriate hymn was sung after which the remains were laid away in Buffalo cemetery There was scarcely a dry eye at the funeral and every heart in the vast throng went out to the bereaved family Beautiful flowers brought by sympathetic and lov- Ing friends hid the little mound that marks the resting place of him who was loaned to his parents torso brief a pe riod Fon SALEMy home on Danvllli Ave All modern improvements Mrs John Ellis Miss ELLA MAY SAUNDERS has issue pretty invitations to her millinery open ing March 25 26 27 J JUST received a carload of genuine Pluto Cannel Coal Best in tho world for cooking and all right for tho grate Only ICc per busheL McKinney Coal Feed Co A TENANT house 3M Owens farm near McKinney burned Sunda night and Bill Huston and family colored who were occupying it barely got out in time A BIG crowd attended Dr J B Becks solo in tho West End Saturday and satisfactory prices were realized throughout A good dinner was spread and greatly enjoyed J F HOLTZCLAW + tthePreachers vine section bought last week of Thomas D Robinson his 147acre farm near Lancaster for 14850 Mr Holtz I claw will sell his old farm at public auction MR about ApU15Iory runneth beyond that of many men of the day and who is familiar with the history of Lincoln county from its ear- lIest formation is contributing some ancient history to the Stanford INTERI OR JOURNAL about the courts of the county which makes very interesting reading Mr Bright is past the allot ted age of man but is still active in mind and body and we are glad that he is contributing of his store of knowl edge for tho benefit of this generation before ho goes henceFrankfort Journal W H LAIR Hustonville Ky Has added n nice line of OKOOKIUKH to Ills ltAr HAItKIT mid ark n portion of your patronage Kresli Cloods nl tho Low est 1rlcei in Is his motto FOR SALE I A farm on Ind Inn Creek 137 acres 2 U miles from Rraded icbool at Mlddleburg on or nUdret C M IKltKINrt- Mlddlcburg Ky PUBLIC SALE I OnHATUIUJAYIAROIlr Us0 nt ISM oclock p M 1 will otter household mid kitchen furniture 1 ono ealed buggy ma chine Property of Ii II IJpps deceased In Utrtlonville Object of sale U to settle up Okintv Terms made known on day of sale H A LI P1H Admr NOTICE All who are Indebted to us will please cull and settle same nt once We also with to ldvleo our friends and mtronr that after glee Ut we andy business abet us to cell cheaper wu mid It ter pbia for the purchaser as well as the merchant Wo thank our patrons for their pstronago tor tile year onding April lit and servinghemfor tho next yeur- tUTK8 im08TurnersvllIe Ky STONEWALL JACKSON JR This tine black saddle stallion was sled by tbu great suddli breeding stallion Old Htonewull This colts dam was u Denmark mart lie Is u nice colt lie has colts to prove his good breeding Will stand at late until weaning time We bold n lien on all colts until paid for Darren mares uncle to standby tbtilfnpreptmtor Wo have perfect success In this breeding ILLY IRECKINRIDGE mnko the season of IHV ut my burn ut J8 to good breeding He Is H hire foal getter A T TItA Ylon It 8ONH Pleasant 11111 Urcedlng yarn Stanford K F 010 4 GALTON J29JO Henson of 1UO- Ogiro of Calvin 0211 i AI Burns 293y and six others with trials irons tOO to tIM- tb080 nro the only ones that were ever bund led for speed Also the sire of one dam with ono In thotJJ lilt Hired ombt1tta Wll kti 919 J the slru of tw In tile 2W list Itt In 210 nnd better claimed to be the greatest lire In the world lit Until Daisy grand dam eta with records of from Sill to l Knllnld 2JU son of lliinibletonlan fM or better ind clam Quickstep by Ken lcky Prince Jr sire otJQ SslTK Loin iiiMilt 497U find riiima nf tt lit tht I lItUrl hun bytld Joe sire or the damn of Jl- 2tntliuton curries the blood of four I 1VllkesMambrnu- hlehtndHeuleyYAmerlena Htur Inltons colts havegotio against and de rated the best In harness classes nnd road ster rings they tire In great demand selling ns high as f after maturity yenrllims rom 1150 lolJTiO Gallon will stand lit my table 1 miles West or Hustonvllle on Hrad ordsvllle pike at f IS to Insure u living colt Money due If inure Is traded lifter bred lent of grass at e2fOper month saved ox for mnrei tock mixed with mare have grass lots and largo stables for nmres to foal train red at cost Phone In residence Hustonvllle Exchange wu DODD Nets COLORED NETS in nil tho new Spring Shades in large and smallroeeh Ecrue Nets In Plain Tuckedand FiguredWhite NetsI- n plain Tucked Figured lace stripe and appliqued We are showing about fifty different patterns in above desirable material for Waistings coma let us show you SON KY 1 iSaturday lIooddwelllllgrasslaud rnrringasgvnlauuelueWiug laJorJobn getr Ellfleld1tII L R Hughes T W Humble W O M- artinSKIRTS A full lino of new Spring Skirts of the very newest models and of the newest shades and weaves Fashions latest decrees are hero expressed without limit Skirts beautifully trimmed in buttons taffeta bands and satin folds handsomely tailored in all tho latest styles and colors Inspect this line and we know wo will sell you for we unhesitatingly guarantee the quality of goods fit price and style Anybody will tell you that the Queen is tho beat skirt handled in the U S NtiN1 1 I HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions STANFORD ShoesI W E Perkins Crab OrchardPILE OF STYLE MAKE a Pirs 91ational 2anArveI Stanford Jty Gryantxfj SS82 Capital Stock Iso000 Jurplut and lntiiiiidtrt iProfitt I9 000 Jfas paid in Dividends since Organization 211 500i9l irllow Accounts on Our 9tferfta n F OFFICERS J S Rocker President- S T Harris ViceFresident John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr WW Saunders Bookkeeper F Reid DIRECTORL J H Baughman JM D Elmore J M Pettus H C F Cummins flWn Big Combination Sale OF HIGH CLASS Business Horses Stallions and Jacks To be Held ateHustonvil- leKyMarch 24 25 26 Write for Entry BlanKs Entries Close MarctilOttv i The Hustonvillc Combination Sale CompanyI HVSTONVILL Er KENTUCKY I j The Interior Journal h anlertdinthe PottOjfice at Stanford at tfwandclay matter I i L N TIME TABLE JNoJl Month 11 tM P M YJMOUthIlatlA x NoHNorth 4140 A X No a NorthGn P x NO n IOIT A x Not Bt4O r X JOS S RICE Agontl The Truth Every person in this city who is suffering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanent Iy cured by Zemo a clean liquid fOI external use Airdurggists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE A S PRICESurgeon DentistI STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building hisurts Tobacci and Tobacco Tarns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY r Residence Phone 34 Office 05 Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedAdorinas Fox Is a handsome large young Jersey Bull de scended from rt lOOK nnd unbroken Una of the roosUnoted bulls and cows on the Is land of Jersey England and America Ills sire Is one of the best bulls over Imported and his dam Is a show cow tlmt has given M pounds of rloh milk In ono day If you be r begets Like or the Likeness of some Ancestor and have a strictly good cow you should avail yourself of service lie will be allowed to servo a limited number of approved registered cows out side of onrown herd this year for a fee of Wench Make engagement lieforBfendlng cow to lie bred Telephone HO Htanford Ky N nWe have to over throe extra choice bull calves that will be sold at right prices At McKinney Ky You can nnd our Standard Remedy the greatest bloodnndllvermedlclneyetknown In CRIO Ilheumutlsm Hull Ilheum kid ney Trouble and all diseases nrlslnu from Impure blood It has no equal It U manu fnctured under the pureIoo 1 net of Juno Tae and guaranteed by the manufacturer Ii tbo Itemedy Is tnken according to directions And if he or she is not benefited by the use or the Remedy we will refund your money We can do nothing more Each package contains SM doses with n registered guaran tee and mailing curd with full instructions WpOnd it to tiny address by on re of 1 per package or six pnckapes for 15 Detterordera IMJX today If taken In time you might save a blq doctors bill Remember If you tko the Ilemedy accord ing to Instructions and are not benefited you get your dollnr back You will not and the remedy In drug stores for sale It is sold only by our duly authorized agents UEUBEN WILLIAMH Agent I Wo fduy I FURSdirks WoaD and dealersL1S e ucLouiivSlc and caa Jo better fot you than t sway of cammnon rocrclunu Reference 417 Bulcia lounge write for wetly pace lul and lUpnog Utu- Rl Babel Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY lt JLBeozley COt Undertakers and Embalmers Alto Dealers in Fur niture BlattingaRugH They wiirexchange Furniturejfor alljIKinda of Stock Give Thrma Call Prices Right 0STANFORD KENTUCKY cz J C McClary t Undertaker Embalmer and i Dealer inHarnossaddleryS- TANFORD KY taPhoaete7 Hom ihqna I j c FARMERS DEPARTMENT l Taylor House sold to B G Fox a I gray mare mule for 195 At R A Dodds sale at Wilmore 125 horses sold at 125 to 380 At Dunlaps sale near Versailles a number of mules sold at 200 or over FOR SALE GOO bales of Rood No 1 wheat straw Robert Leigh Shelby City Ky Pure Boone county white seed corn at 1 25 per bushel W E Moss Lan caster Ky P J Catlin has sold his farm of 83 acres on the Perryvillo pike to W P Foster at 75 Advocate Mayor Busse of Chicago was In Lex ington buying jacks for his breeding farm near the Windy City G A Swlnebroad sold to John Anderson at Lancaster yesterday a pair of threeyearold mules for 250 W B Greene has purchased in Mont gomery county 1700 hogs for April delivery paying from 51 to 61 cents FOR SALEA number of big nice mare mules good workers four to six years old S M Owens McKInney Ky The nursery men and fruit growers are unanimous in the opinion that this will be a banner fruit year in Central KentuckyThe day of the OldFashioned Harrodsburg Fair will be devoted to children something on the order of the Juvenile Fair held last summer The advertisement of D S Carpen ters great stallion Dignity Dare appears this Issue Head it and think of the magnificent animal when you are deciding what horse you will breed to Wheat in Kentucky is showing unusually poor condition at this time of the year according to the first crop reports which are beginning to come in to the Department of Agriculture from the reporters in each of the 119 coun tiesI have for sale a good driving horse 15J hands and fat sound and gentle for lady to drive 1 good milk cow 1 sow and 5 shoats If you want some thing that will suit yon call on mo at once at my store at Turnersville Ky Keene Lutes LANCASTER COURTThere were be tween 150 and 200 cattle on the Lancas ter market yesterday but only about half of them sold Some yearlings brought 3i to 4c and butcher stuff 2 to 3c Mules were In demand at 125 to 180 but horses were slow at 100 to 150 An average crowd was present March court day brought a fair crowd to town Monday but not much stock on the market except mules and horses and very little business of any kind was transacted Auctioneer James Cham bers sold three fouryearold horse mules at 140 two threeyearold mare mules 325 sevenyearold horso mule 135 fouryearold mare mule at 210 two fouryearold horse mules at 300 two fouryearold mare mules at 350 sixyearold mule at 16250 four fresh cows for 250 G W Lyne auction eer sold three horses at J108 125 and 136 respectively cows at S7 and 35 two sows and 12 pigs for 19 sow and six pigs for 15 and sow and four pigs at 12 Jessamine Journal The Lurid Glow Of Doom was seen In the red face Lands and body or thevJttte son or II I Adam ofllenrietta Pa Ills awful plight from eczema had for tivo years dolled all remedies and baffled tho best doctors who said the poisoned blood had af fected hU lunirs and nothing could save him But writes his mother seven bottles of Electric Bitters com pletely cured him For Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Bores and Blood Disorders and Rheumatism Electric Bitters is supreme Only 50o Guar anteed by Pennys Drugstore As one of the incidents preliminary to his departure for his African hunt ing trip former President Roosevelt found himself a witness in the library of his home in Sagamore Hill in a suit at law which was brought against a New York magazine by a photographer The cleverest imitation of real Coffee over yet made is Dr hoops Health Coffee It is fine In flavor and is 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 The Republican members of the Senate Committee on Finance will during the week continue their informal consideration of tho House tariff bill in the hope of having their amendments well under way when the bill is lor- mally received from tho House Editors Creditors Well do I know it I Make up the Scholarly Life of a poet a A tlc l1ol or dry cough elm bo quickly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough lieitcdy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store The democratic Representatives met in caucus last night to formulate a method of procedure in future caucuses and also to consider the course of those who bolted the recent caucus I 1 tt Dont drug tho Stomach or stimu late the 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 Snoop Restorative and see how youInys Drugstore When tho steamer Hamburg drops HOboken1Nledby Theodore Roosevelt will have begun The former president was in high spirits yesterday in anticipation of departureFoleyHonoy and Tar cures coughs quickly strengthens the lungs and ex pels colds Get tho genuine In a yel I low package New Stanford Drug Co PARKERS HAIR BALSAM I meteor and bMiiiifks th eay rnnutct a luuuiiaet I tere Falla to aetore Orayl Hair to Ita Ymittful Cum iws tmoatattlrou 1 i EGGS FOR SALE Thoroughbred H 0 Brown Leghorn eggs from selected stock RUSSELl BROWN HtnnforUKy FRUIT ft ORNAMENTAL TREES S Everything for Orchard Lawn and Onr don Write for catalogue 11 IIILLENMKVKn A 80NH Lexington Ky When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by a tailor of ex Then your clothe whethera low price business suit or the Knot erenlna clothes will have that individuality and flt which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will alto take your measure for extra trousers fancy vest top coats and overcoats Fall and Winter tain plea on hand ready for your Inspection UO RUILKY The Tailor Stanford Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the best as well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of nil kind bulbs potted flowers on notice Abo make A specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes In connection with the above 1 have nil kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable PrlCMoiIU18TMAX IKKKN 1IOUHE8 Eu HvniiAiin IKOK Htanford Ky NOTICE 1 1 will between the hours of 9 oclock A M and 4 oclock f Ji on MONDAY MAHOH J9 INi9 In front of the court houso door In Htan ford Ky sell nt public outcry to tho highest and tIt bidder for cash In hand fol oro much ns will PRY tax cost andpenalty Tho umount Includes a percentpenaltynndcostoladvertlstngCarpenter SO I lUIItonrs Treasurer Stanford llrnded School Safeguard the Future I The snfiist surest and most adequate sate guard for the future ts a policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It Is conspicuous for economical manage ment liberality of Us policy contraetllIrdealing with Its meinbersand to policy holders The company Is lust entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR of n successful business career with more policy holders In Lincoln county than nil other companies combined Write for particulars stating age and whether mar ried onlnglo to 3JKWLAND Hpoctnl Apt Myers I1ouullntllit James I1Yhttt Solicitor for Itockcaitlo Co Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to a Judgment of the Lincoln circuit court n November term 1W7 In the action of K F Ilobliltt against Jesse Quest etc the undersigned OODlr will on MON DAY A IllIL Serif 11CT county court day In front of the court house square In Htnnford Jt over for snlo nt public outcry tot ho blithest and best bidders u lot of about 80 square pales of land S miles south of CrunUrclinrdln MncolnCo Kymlolnlngtho lands of f V Uobbltt Rhe by OWlley Ann Uaelt anti Logan Guest The object of tho snle li to nitlity ment oMdt J K Holdnni for flu with interest trout Hept SI IS91 nnd the debt of nlnlntltT Uobbltt for US with Inturent front KebS 1SW and IIS5 costs besides the costs of this nctlo- nTt311iTho sate will be made on a credit of six months Timid with good se curlty for tho purchase price bearing Inter est from date having the force and elfect of a JiilKiiient and also secured by lien on the land will be IntrclllllerTll Lincoln Bonds for Sale 4 Per Cent Semi- Annually On HATirillUY AlJHL 10 JOOI nt 1 oclock 1 it In front of the court house door In Stanford Lincoln county Ky the pubIleof said county to the amount of tlSOU for the purpose of erecting n new courthouse In said county Maid bonds will be Issued In three + towlt Series A of andppnslstln of ajboiulaof sri1 each due and payable in 10 years trout May I louu With the privilege of redeeming In 1 years Horlos U of consisting of SO bonds of Vlo each due and Imyuble It Js year redeeming Series O of 115000 consisting of SO bonds yearsfrontredeeming In 15 years lnterettronaper cent payable senilBUnuully Hnurch1- U This Planter has been on the market for years and there is no i experiment as to whether it will work or not Can furnish the Disc or Runner Edge or Flat Drop E T PENCE STANFORD KY If You Want To Crow Corn Alfalfa hogs and rattle come to Butler Co Send for list or Improved Inane Address J K REST Augusta Kas FOR SALE I Mhorse boiler and engine and saw null for saWill sell either or both OHMS Fof8liLtN Ottenhelm Ky Ioitomce Waynesburg Ky DEITS COLLECTED we collect notes claims nnd accounts In any part of the United States No charges unless collected Collections promptly re muted TryiM BOY IIH COLLECTION AOKNOY Homcriol ky The Joseph Price Sanatorium North Lancaster Htreet tanford Kentucky For Treatment of Dlieniesof the Nose Throat Knr nenltolTrlnnry Rectal Or RniuNcrvous system and Surgery MASONS MEET nleetInthird Monday nights of each month nt yta Stanford Penny1vMT Notice Poultry Raisers Now l the time of year to feed your fowls OpnItOIlIhealthybutpayguaranterdbythe guarantee uk for booklet Oil dlvases of poultry B D CARTER Now Llvorv Dopot Stroot Phono 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY p H Eczema is Curable Z EM 0 a scientific preparation fat external use Stops Itching instantly asd destroys the germs that cause skim diseases Eczema rulckly and la- permanently cured oy this remarkable medicine Druggist Write for sample E W Rose Med Co St Louis Mo Pennys Drug Store Mahony Rank- inINSURANCE Fire Life Accident and Tornado Farm Property a Specialty Klght of the leading companies of the world reproientrd Uomp teln rates with LosspityIngrecordsuit In the history of this agency Losses promptly paid anti without discount No waiting fiOdiiys for your money Jlofory In suring call on- MAIITONY 8 RANKIN The Insurance Men of Stanford Stop That Cold To check early tOM or Grippe with rrnventlcs means sure defeat for Pneumonia To stop a cold with Prnentlc11 safer that to let n run and be obllied to cure It afterwards To be 1reVftntlcs will cure eren a deeply seated cold but taken earlyst the sneeze talrthoJ breaK or head oft these early colds Tbats sorely better Thats why are rolled Prsrentlcs Qnlnblelchilly If youmetes II you ache all over think of frerentlcs Promptness may also says half your usual sickness And dont forget your child If there Is faTerlthnrss night or day herein probably lies revenues greatest elllclllllcJ Sold In fa boxssfor the pocket also In 26o boxes of 43 PreranUcs Insist on your druggists ilrlnt you Prcvcntics PENNYS DRUG STONE SPRING IS HHHK and Iron women and children are tired of T their old Winter Shoot Our styles thus season wo think are the CAringIand most stylish of any shoe that nro mule In gun metals patent box calves velours nnd viols they are unexcelled When it cornea to fi blood fhoos and Oxfords you need not go any further Como and select until your hearts content Everything new This seasons foods Price t nro pleasing All tho way from n GOc baby ehoo to n I cnnIaround Co our line before you buy elsewhere Witt take pleasure t showing you our li- neSAM e 1 ROBINSON 1 STANFORD K- YMILLINERY ra The Charles Wheeler Emporium Hustonville Ky t Invites you to the largest MILLINERY SE LECTION we have ever shown jourSpringour lino of Gents Shoes will certainly please Ilanaii and Walkover lines are hummers and uro strictly reliable Yours for nil honest deal- CIIAIILts WHKIILKH i f Highest Market Prices Paid For r r Eggs Hides Furs v x tin tJ f 11 Hens lie Roosters 4 to 4 l2c rIIY Chickens 9 to 10cr Ducks lO to 10 l2c t Geese 6 to 7cfw f Turkeys 12 to 14c Ii Scrap Iron Guineas 20c a Piece Rubber 1 H B NORTHCOTT Stanford Ky r THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY q- IVI LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE F8R RATES APTLY Tl LIOAl MANMER EAT TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INcoarortrtb- i 0