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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t THE INTERIOP JOURNAL VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 20 1909 MO Si CRAB ORCHARD 1 Sam Cochran Is sick at Cedar Creek Good health pretty weather and bUIY i farmers Wo understand that John Sam and Dudley Holmes are going to havo thi I fino body of timber known as tho Hur rlcano Woods sawed into lumber This la the finest body of timber and where near hero One of the moat enjoyable occasions of the year WM the St Patrick eve social given in honor of the Euchre Club by Misaea Pearl and Clara Collier ut their pretty homo Cards and other 5 games were indulged in suitable to t the occasion such aa kissing the Bier j noy Stone and answering questions on I Irelands history Two prizes were of fcred one to the lady answering tho meet questions which was won by Miss f Fannie Kedd and Dr Phillips won tho gentlemans prize Each guest receiv- edf a souvenir card representing the Shamrock tied with a bow of green ribbon and bearing the name of the guest After enjoying music and the games tho guests repaired to tho epa cious dining room and sat down to a feast of good things fit for tho gods The color scheme was carried out in j J pink and green the latter color predom cakes Iced to1 mating Fancy repre sent the Shamrock In green all the luscious fruits to be had In Louisville i Including pears Malaga grapes and strawberries composed a part of tho menu Those who were fortunate enough to be present are loud In their praises of the pleasant occasion A Pome on Uncle Dink r You know Dink Farmer he used to farm Out on tho Knobs highway He got tired of planting corn And raising oats and hay And now says he Im getting old I My step is slow and frail Ill make a change for a while- D keeping the Stanford Jail i Hurrah I soys he Ive won at last Tho race Ive run so long Ill hasten homo to tell dear wife And the rest of my happy throng II That wo can go and live in town And hear the town clock striker And If wo want to take a spin t Well have the smooth turnpike 1 am a farmer by name and trade Have raked the sweat train my brow Illnlwaya thank the people at heart For tho position I occupy now t And now to my opponents who got lost In the dust from my running feet e Drop in and I will welcome you For theres no disgrace in defeat F L DAVIS 4A Religious Authors State e mont a Hov Joseph 11 Fcsperson Soils I bury N C who Is tho author of sev eral books writes For several years I was afflicted with kidney trou winter I was suddenly with o xcvcro pals In my kid was confined to bed eight 16trlcken to get up without assis commenced taking Fcloys Kidney Remedy and the pain gradual ly nbated and finally censed I cheer J fully recommend Foleys Kidney Rem edy New Stanford Drug Co A Kentucky girl whose rather was an undertaker was sent to a fashionable New York boarding school for a finish ing term One day one of the girls t asked her what business her father was I in and fearing she would lose casto If she told tho truth she carelessly an 1 swered Oh my fathers a Southern I jlantorLpplncotta wKills WouldBo Slayer A merciless murderer Is Append t cltls with many victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by proven tlon They gently stimulate stomach I t liver and bowls preventing thatclog glng that Invites appendicitis curing I Constipation Biliousness Chills Malaria Hondocho and Indigestion 25c at Pennys Drug Store L effort will bo put forth by tho fAn of Kentucky to have Booker T Washington the noted educator vis it the State and make a study of tho t Negroes with reference to increasing tho spirit of Industry and thrift among the race I A tickling or dry cough can bo quickly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloro form nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store BlobbsSohe broke off the engage ment chi Did she take It to heart SlobbaNo to court Philadelphia Record The Evan Shelby Memorial Hospital 1 to cost between 30000 and 50 OOO will be located at Bristol Va John T Sparks a well kgown printer of May vlle suicided r nr KINGSVILLE Major Smith bought a buggy hors of Dirt McKinley Grace Marie Thompson is quite sick Mrs Ur Acton has grip Mrs Nancy Sims aged 70 died Saturday night and was buried Monday In tho Sims cemetery- A Northbound freight train wrecks hero last week ditching two cars and damaging others No ono was hurt Kingsvillo seems to be coming to tho front There are three new dwelling almost completed ana others being re paired Owing to the Inclement weather and other causes there was not a very large crowd at the oyster supper given bj the K 0 T M here Saturday night W M Bramburg agricultural super intendent of the C N 0 T P Ry will speak at this place on Thursday April 1 All those interested in form lag should hear him Will Leach Is at home for a few days He has been working as opera tor In Tennessee Miss Laura Dyo is visiting the homcfolks here Miss Tome Fletcher of Somerset is giving music lesions to a number of Kings villas most talented boys and girls A largo crowd attended the burial of Tusco Waters Sunday Waters was formerly of this place but has been for the last 15 years n locomotive engineer In the South Ho was killed in Louis lana by a man named Long who claims he acted in self defense Long was ac quitted at his examining trial Among those who attended his burial were lions May of Somerset Mr and Mrs Cicero Reynolds and W L McCarty of Stanford To The Voters of The 13th Judicial District- IlAnnoosnuao March 23For some reasons I would ask the nomination of ny party for circuit judge and yet for stronger ones I feel I should refrain from accking it and retire to private Ifo at this time Those who are near Cftt to me are insistent and I have concluded after careful consideration not to offer I shall take my place as for nerly in tho party ranks with the tope that I may be of some service hero I shall never cease to labor for vhat I believe to bo tho cause of the people and tho best interests of my party I con not express tho deep ap ircclatlon I entertain for tho exalted honor you have bestowed upon me and 1 shall cherish with lasting dnvotion tho happy friendships I have formed thro out the district W C BELL Near Death In Big Pond It was a thrilling experience to Mrs Ida Sopor to faco death For years a severe lung trouble gave mo intense suffering sho writes and several limes nearly caused my death All remedies failed and doctors said I was Incurable Then Dr Kings New Dls uovorv brought quick relief and a euro so permanent that I kayo not been troubled In twelve years Mrs Soper lives In Big Pond 1a tworks wonders in Coughs and Colds Sore Lungs Hemorrhage La Grippe Asthma Croup Whooping Cough and all Bronchial affections 60c and 91 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store o Establishing a new ruling that will probably bo contested by labor unions In the United States In the Supreme ourt of tho United States Judge A M J Cochran at Covington issued un Injunction against members of the Mine Workers International Union forbidding them to use money in seeking to prevent ot persuade employes of a mine in which a strike has been declared by tho union from working for tho owners of tho mine Cho injunction is one of tho phases of tho labor troubles In Stearns where trouble occurred on Christmas day Willie Whltla has identified the man and woman under arrest at Cleveland as tho persons who kidnaped him There is considerable myatery sur rounding the case It Is alleged that the woman Is well known to the family Born within 10 miles of tho place she died having left there only three times during her career and never having loft the county is the record of Mrs Mary Pitts who died at McKinnvllle Fla aged 105 ProventicshO3o Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely and quickly check all colds and tho Grip Try them once and see 1 4825c Sold by Penny s- Drujt Storo Mrs Ann B Cox aged 75 years one of tho best known women of Spencer ounty died at Taylorsvllle of cancer or the stomach David Breckinrldgo Cattleman aI Castlemanidied Fifyseven of the 92 counties in In liana have been voted dry S NEWS NOTES Three Indiana counties Denton Greene and Montgomery voted fn fa vor of local optionIChattanooga has offered 100000 Cor an eightround bout between Jack John son and James J Jeffries Tho bonded warehouse of J W Wel born a distiller of Todd county was burned and he claims that night riders applied the torch The Prudential Savings Bank a State institution with a capital stock of 10 000 chartered at Owenton has been moved to Lexington Gov Hughes of New York refuses executive clemency to Mrs Mary Far mer who is under sentence of death for the murder of Mrs Sarah Brennan The Pennsylvania Railroad announces that hereafter coffee and tea will bo furnished free to all passengers on Pull man trains In which a diner is attached The board of directors of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company has been authorized to increase the bonded Indebtedness of the corporation 80000 000 The United States National Bank of Owcnsboro with a capital stock of 300000 will be the name of a new bank to be launched in the next few daysA prairie firo which for a time threat ened to sweep across Gary Ind has been fought back and conquered by hundreds of residents of the steel town who turned out to protect their homes Sullivan Short aged 16 years after a trialat Burkesvilla on the charge of killing his cousin Miss Ollie Dodson aged 13 years was convicted of invol untary manslaughter and given one year In prison and a 250 fine Gov Willson denied the story that Prof J K Patterson president of the State University had resigned While Prof Patterson came to Frankfort to consult Gov Willson there was nothing mentioned about his resignation The building of the Chamber of Deputies in Mexico City was burned to the ground There were no fatalities and tho origin of the fire is not known The loss is placed at 150000 Archives end records of 25 years were destroyed- At Lebanon Mo Rev M D Johnson shot and killed Rev Solomon O Dell following a quarrel Rev Johnson is pastor of the Free Will Baptist church and the man killed was pastor of the Cumberland Presbyterian church Johnson surrendered James Farris Is under arrest at Brownsville this State charged with killing his 12yearold son whom he is alleged to have beaten to death for some slight disobedience The family reported pneumonia but tho grand Jury after an investigation returned an Indictment The grand jury at Pittsburg returned another batch of indictments in the municipal graft cases The men In listed are Dallas C Byers manu facturer F A Griffin cashier Colum bia National Bank Councilman John F Klein Councilman W II Weber Coun cilman Charles Stewart and II L Hot gel hotel proprietor Gov Willson has received letters from Govs Hughes of New York and Noelof Mississippi accepting the invi tatlon tendered by Gov Willson and Gov Swanson of Virgiana to become members of the Executive Committee of the Governors Conference which body will be vested with the power to name tire time and place for holding this years session of the Governors of the UnltedStates annual conference Willie Whitla was returned to his rather at the Hollenden Hotel Cleve land after his father had paid the 10 DOO ransom to a woman in a confection cry in tho east end of Cleveland The lad was put on a street car by ono of his captors who paid his fare and walked into the hotel lobby asking for his fath er The youngster said he was well treated and seemed to havo no realiza tion of the dreadful predicament in which ho had been lIe described as well as ho could the places to which he had been taken Simple Remedy For La Grippe La grippe coughs are dangerous as they frequently develop Into pneu monia Foleys Honey and Tar not only stops the cough but Iheals and strengthens the lungs so that no sort ous results need be feared The gen uine Foleys Honey and Tar contains no harmful drugs and is In a yellow package Refuse substitutes New Stanford Drug Co w Thero wero half a dozen men after tho girl I was after And who won They did Why they could not have all mar ledherNo I marriedlherHouston Post Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure with Dr Snoops Pink Pain Tablets See ull formula on 25o Box Sold jby spays Drug Store Call For Primary Call for Democratic Primary in the 13th Judicial District made by the Democratic District Committee 1 A primary election Is hereby called to bo held In the several voting precincts of Lincoln Boyle Garrard and Mercer counties between 6 H and 4 r M on Saturday May 15 1909 tor the purpose of nominating democrat candidates for the offices of circus judge and Commonwealths attorney In and for the Thirteenth Judicial District of Kentucky to be voted for nt the reg ular November election 1909 2 All democrats who are legal voters shall be entitled to vote in said primary election and are requested to do so 3 Any person who desires tto be a capdiaate for the democratic nomination for circuit judge or Common wealths attorney shall not later than April 30th 1909 give notice of such Intention in writing to G L Penny chairman of the District Committee of the Thirteenth Judicial District and in addition candidates for the nomination for circuit judge shall at the time of giving said notice deposit with the aforesaid chairman the sum of 600 and candidates for the nomination for Commonwealths attorney shall at the time of giving said notice deposit with the chairman 300 4 Said District Committee shall meet at the office of the secretary in Dan ville Kentucky on Wednesday May 5 1909 at 2 r M and if at the expira tion of the time fixed by Section 3 hereof there be not more than one can didate for circuit judge or Common wealths attorney who has complied with the conditions of Section 3 then the committee will declare to bo the nominee for the office sought that per son who is the only candidate and shall refund to such candidate the entrance fee paid by him less his proportion of the costs already accrued from adver tising and preparing for the election 5 The polls shall be opened in each and every precinct of all the counties In the district aforesaid in the usual and regular voting places G Upon the closing of the polls the officers shall proceed to count the bal lots and to make returns and in so do ing shall be governed by the provisions of the general election laws and the returns shall be made to the chairmen of the respective counties in the dis tract who will deliver the stubbooks the certificates and any questioned bal lots to this committee 7 The officers of election shall be selected from lists to be offered by the candidates in accordance with the pro visions of the primary election law by the district committee 8 Each candidate shall be entitled to designate by written notice to the chairman of each county committee in the district not less than five days be fore May 15 1909 the name of one per son for each voting precinct in each county to act as challenger and inspec tor for said candidate at said primary election 9 On the next day after the returns shall have been made the committee shall meet and canvass the vote cast and issue certificates of nomination 10 The chairman ofJthe district is di rected to employ a person to copy from the regular registration books made in Danville and Harrodsburg in 1908 the names of all democrats ancMhe person so employed shall return the copies certified as required by law to the chairman who shall cause them to be duly delivered to the officers of election The chairman is further directed to ciuse to be printed and prepared for use the requisite number and kind of ballots which shall bear the facsimile of his signature and ho wlll procure the necessary election supplies and cause them together with the ballots t be delivered to the officers of elec tion as required by law 11 The chairman will causo copies hereof certified by himself and the sec retary of the committee to beposted- at tho court house door in Stanford Lancaster Danville and Harrodsburg and in 20 other conspicuous places in each county in the district for not less than 40 days prior to May 15 1909 and said notice shall be published in each democratic newspaper in the district G LIPENNY Chmn CID VAULT HUGUELY Secy Gov Willson was unable to leave his bed Wednesday so intense was his suf fering from his leg which was injured in a runaway accident Dr N M Garrett thinks he has strained a tendon Mrs Willson continues to show im provement but will not bo able to get out for some timeS U My three year old boy was badly constipated had a high fever and was I In an awful condition I gave him two doses of Foleys OrinoJiLaxatlvo and the next morning the fever was gono and he was entirely well Fo leysOrlno Laxative saved his iQHfe A Wolkush Caslmer Wls Nsw Stanford Drug Co You Cant GO wrong In Stylelin Quality in Tailoring in Fit if youwear one of our Hart Schaffner flarx1 Spring Suits t They are reliable in 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 l t Cummins Wearer STANFORD KENTUCKY This i3 the new COMBINED EDGE and FLAT DROP SUPERIOR CORN PLANTER Investigate before placing your order W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY f- I GOING SOUTH Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale VIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE To Many Points South and Southeast Tickets Good Retarning Until May 31st 1909 e Write for rates lei Solder H C KING CA 101 E Main St r LexlnetonI A r r If you want to keep posted on political doings in Kentucky sub for the eltuciiS Journal The best Democratic Daily in Kentucky IWrite for price and particulars W P WALTON Frankfort Kyrii r iV The Interior Journal Eo c WALTON I CHARLES A HAfeDIN of Mercer county lj n candidate for tom dlclnldtitr1eteubecttothancttoaao th Ju e democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR thee Democratic party M C 8AUFLEY- It a candidate for circuit judge of tile the mh Judicial district subject to the action of the Democratic par- tyDemocratic Ticket For State Honntor R L HUBBLE of Lincoln countyy For Representative W H SHANKS For Oounty Judge JAMES P BAILEY 1 For Oounty Attorney W S BURCH For Olrcult Clerk J DIISWOPE For Rherlffi W1 McCARTY a ForconntyCourtclerkGEORGE For Jailer DINK FARMER For Assessor JOHN Co PEPPLES For Superintendent of Bcboolr GARLAND SINGLETON ForlCoroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford Distrlct- JAMESMcKECHNIE For Constable Stanford District L M BRUCE For Magistrate OralOrchard District J1WARD MOORE For Magistrate HustonvlIhlDtstrlct JKIHELM SR For Magistrate Wayneiburg District JOHNIM CAMDEM For Constable Waynesburg District JOHN GI BAUGH THERE Is further indication at the White HoUse that Presideut Taft i making Federal appointments in the South intends to consult as far as pos sible the wishes of the Senators from the States in which the offices are to b filled In pursuance of this policy he hada lengthy interview with Senator Edley D Smith of South Carolina and it was said he would also consult with Senator Tillman regarding South Caro s lina offices Mr Taft has also notified Senator Bailey that his wishes would be consultedlalong with those of his colleague regarding Texas appoint ments The same rule it is declared will apply to all Southern States A DILL is before Congress providing that a tax of2 be levied on every deadly weapon such as pistols dirk knives and brass knuckles manufac tured and sold within the United States This woud have littlo or no effect on those who would buy such weapons The vicious would not think of the ex tra 2 when he wanted to get even withor holdup somebody Itwould be better to bring about a strict en forcement of the law against carrying deadly weapons concealed ALMOST everybody will be glad to know that the kidnapers of Willie Whitla the Sharon Pa child have been arrested and are safe behind the bars It is to be hoped they will be given a speedy trial and the limit of the law A man and a woman in an intox icated condition were arrested in Cleve land and beneath the womans skirt was found 9790 She later admitted her guilt 1 FEARING that tha kidnapers of Willie Whitla may find imitators Chief of Police Shippy of Chicago issued an order that policemen should watch all schools with especial scrutiny The board of education also has ordered that no child be allowed to leave school except by personal permission of the principal JUDGE W C BELL of Harrodsburg who has made the 13th judicial district a most excellent judge will not seek a renomination for tho office and states his reasons in a goodsounding card in this issue POLITICAL Champ Clark spoke over five hours on the Payne tariff bill LeT Neat of Adair has announced for the republican nomination for State Senator Albert F Shouae has announced for the democratic nomination for Repre sentative of Fayetto county- Z T Coleman was nominated for Representative by the democrats of Carroif and Gallatin counties President Taft sent to tho Senate the nomination of Charles W Miller to be a United States District Attorney for In diana to succeed Joseph B Kealing re signedThe Minnesota Legislature has pass ed a law providing a floe of 100 or Im prisonment for 90 days forchorus girls wlappear on any Minnesota stage In 4 red white and blue tights 1 Postmaster Lud Petty of Shelby ville has resignedand Senator Bradley will recommend Mike Hughes for the place Gov George Curry of New Mexico resigned by telegraph following an as sault on the editor of a Democratic paper in his private office at the Cap itol Ho later withdrew his resignation The RepublifanExecutiveCommlttee- of the met at Somerset and declared Burgess Bethurum the nominee I for Circuit Judge and Judge JtlL Jarvis nominee for CommonwealthsAttorney At the conclusion ofa long session with the tariff bill under consideration Senator Aldrich chairman of the Sen ate FinancoCommittec said emphatic ally that he was not concerning himself with questions bearing uponspecial es to raise revenues and would not d so until It could be ascertained how much revenue could be obtained directly from duties on imports under such a bill which the committee would recom mend and how much public expenditure could be decreased IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Thomas Williams aged 40 is dead In DanvilleIMrs Lydia Vandivier an aged lady of Harrodsburg is dead Mrs Bridget Fox relict of Wm Fox is dead at Danville aged 92 Mrs Sarah Jane Scoyille a well known woman of Laurel is dead aged 86 Mrs H B Harris formerly of Junc tion City died at Newport of typed fe ver Business in the mining district around Middlesboro shows signs of improve mentJ Stapp owner of the Columbia Spectator and a prominent Republican politician of Adair county is dead Robbers entered the home of Uyrd Saylor living on Robinson Creek a few miles from London and secured 1600 In cash JohnTenison and Sam Lamers are under arrest at Middlesboro charged with robbing the postofiice at Russell ville Tcnn In a fight over some land in Wayne county George Burdon shot Odie Morris through the body with a pistol Morris beat Burdon up considerably with a Dotinwill recover While taking a horseback ride near his country home a short distance from Harmonewas thrown from the animal and Instantly killed He was 76 years of age and a prominent lawyer and politician Fire destroyed the free house and bonded warehouses of the Old Joe dis tillery seven miles from Lawrence burg entailing a loss of 125000 with only partial Insurance The warehouse was enveloped in flames when the fire was discovered and by hard work the distillery and other buildings were say ed About 3000 barrels of whisky and several hundred cases of bottled in bond goods were destroyed The creek was amass of flames for a mile below HUBBLE Aden Rigney sold some heifers to Mr Martin at 4Jc Dr W F Hickle sold his young black mare for 175 J T Roberts had a young mare to jump a wire fence and falling broke her neck Mr Huffman our new blacksmith has moved in and his work is opening nicelyEarn and Maggie Owsley colored were made one in matrimony last Wednesday night Squire JT Roberts is at Crab Orchard this week on business Miss Hazel Stone of Stanford is visiting Miss Jewell Spoonamore Mrs Will King of Crab Orchard is visiting her father Squire Roberts at this place Mrs J G Bohon of Tem ple Texas who has been visiting rela tives here is in Wayne county this week Virgil McClure who is now with the Frankfort Printing Co was the guest of his sister Mrs J A Ham monde at this place At Powhatan Courthouse Va the jury in the Skipwith murder and arson case returned a verdict finding Joe and Isham Taylor guilty of murder in the first degree and John Brown guilty of murder in tho second degree and fixing the latters punishment at 15 years in the penitentiary The first degree mur der verdict carries with it death in the electric chair It Saved His Leg All thought Id lose my leI writes J A Swenson Watertown Wis Ten years of eczema that 16 doctors could not cure had at last laid me up Ton BUCK lens Arnica Salvo cured It sound amivoll Infallible for Skin Eruptions Eczema Sultltheum Dolls Fever Sores Burns Scalds Cuts and Piles 25c at Pennys Drug Store The State Board of Equalization in session at Frankfort is raising assess ments all over the State If all tha counties are to be raised in proportion to those passed on there may be some lively kicking from taxpayers Ohio county Ind went dryby 32 votes closing four saloons at Rising Sun Y k in CHURCH MATTERS Rev J WJSturdivant pastorroftho Baptist church at Carrollton Is dead of paralysis aged 52 There will be Sunday Schoo and preaching Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock at Willow Grove schoolhouse The subject for Sunday morning at the Presbyterian church will be The I Meaning and Ministry of Sorrow and Suffering I Rev R L Tally closed a good rcviv al at Glensfork last Sunday night with 16 additions to the Methodist church Adair News I Dr R H Crossfleld president of Transylvania College Lexington Is holding an interesting meeting at the Christian church Georgetown l Rev Walt Holcomb of Nashville andoevangelist ser vices at the Bardstown opera house and is receiving the united support of all the Protestant churches in the series ofmeetingsThe services will be held at the Christian church next Lords Day Subject of morning sermon The Bles sed Dead evening sermon The Call to New Departures Especial atten tion is again called to the fact that we theIwork On next Lords Day we are ex I petting 250 present but of course we will not have them unless YOU come- I Parents bring your children instead of sending them D M Walker minis ter I Perryville will vote on the graded school proposition May 1 Thomas Wilkinson Undertaker Mt Salem Prompt and Efficient Service Day or Night G WArmstrongCoDen- iersin Wall Paper Also carry a splendid line of aroccrlesHott Drinks Etc Mal Street Hustonvilk Kent- uckyCONCRETING We are In position to do nil kinds of con crotlng ns Work Pavements imdlu fact we cnn make any thing from s house down to n fence post We can seryou promptly and guarantee liarasswork and mnt rlal Onll and get our rites before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford K- yiDllwiddie Co Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods DIGNITY DARE 1982 weightassound2ffl and racks fast Has live distinct gaits Slue string horse from colt to present date Never defeated in model ring except by his two colts Defeated 22 head in model nt Hurrodsburg Jolts very kind to break and unusually Intelligent CIreat breeder for high action colt Great uniform breed ere never got a sorrel colt Ills colt first In stake ring for J125 nt Harrodsburg lies Muckllng colt first In harness ring lit Htate Fair IBuS 65 of his colts averaging years sold for average price of tail Imparti high goalheadatoalnt SIi to Insure a live colt or S 5 the season- Mmtuyforaoasonduo lit time of first ser vice Dare is too well known to necessaryDignityring Onus furnished nt IJ50 per month Corn taken to prevent accidents nnd escapes but not responsible should any occur Mares moved traded parted with or bred to another horse uiakua money due Phono in residence Correspondence so Melted DHOA1tli TEltlimtom- llleCommissioners sale I Lincoln Circuit Court John A Pitts Plaintiff VI M D Kurt Defendant Notice of sale Pursuant to Judgment rendered In tho above styled court and action nt the February term 1UW the undersigned Commis sioner will Between land t v M In front of the court house in Stanford Ky on MONDAY AiIlIL IZTlI U09 county court day over for sale nt public outcry to the highest and bent bidder the undi vided ono tilth Interest of M D Kurt In tho ofShimLincoln County Ky thus described thoHucrnnctMain etmuta2 feet to the corner of the Hoe ernnca house thence nt right with said street nntrnlihtllnethroughKAid lotto n stone In haCk alley that runs East and West then a East with an Id alley to corner on said alley run yorth and Houth thence North along sold Riley lo two begin K plaIntllTJudGmcntterest front March S 1KW and the costs TKIIMB Tho salt will Iw mudo on a credit of six months Tho purchaiur will Ix required to give loud for the purchasoprlee wI II goat security having the bored nnd eE ect of a Judgment payablo totbeCommls loner hearing legal Interest front date of solo until paid and also secured by lieu on the share sold J1 A PAXTON MAarga cows J N BACvDKKa Atty for plaintiff H G Riffe McKinney UndertakerPr- ompt and Efficient Bervic Day or Night Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to tell privately my stock ol Oro eerIe and n good bus ness Will invoke nbout fIroJ lleason- III health 1W CEO IXTHOPPEH Htnnford Ky T F GROSS Crab Orchard Kentucky sereIs now ready old friends and I hopes sunny now ones If you haven mule or horse to castrate save tat work for him and have It done right Ho woke n specialty of castrating rlUKullngs Itching Diseases Arc readily cured by Zemo A liquid lot external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form f 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 1mlandlytngthe Htnnford pike Improvements nm fencing good plenty of water fruit Also ia acres of timbered land one tulle Font of McKlnnoy hatlunderfenceplumy ot water and good tobacco land Net grow ngcrop JAaiVENHARentMcKinney Ky Black JoeWill make tho season of 1W9 at our stable IS miles Northwest of Htanford Ky at Slo to Insure n living colt lllack JOt II b 1reston 9iJ Kentucky greatest saddle slat erfammbrki2ddnmIlettie lInmblltonlan ho II a very line individual black with one white foot stand 154 hands weight IJNO pounds a years old fine saddler and vuryhow In bltro of nooIndaction Ice before you took your marts Henson due If mare Is traded or urtrd with All core will be taken to avoid noel dents but not responsible should any occur J DEDSt HONK Stanford Ky REVERSA 47162 a 152 hands foaled In Ifsxt bred by 0t O 1 Cecil Danville Ky Trotted a mile In tW with tbreo weeks handling Hired by Uombctln Wilkes 4VW JjlVW IIln SSTT list Ifl In 210 lilt U In 215 Ibt iii In the 2n l list tIt In tho SSW lint Grand sire of BID trotters nnd preen with records of 130 or letter One of his great grand sons Is credited with 11 performers nnd hU ilescendnnU In 190 list all told are now about 870 In number 1st dam fink Htnrtle by Mambrlno Htnrtle t9Jlslro of 18 nnd dams of 63 Including Oul sid le tO Foxy Curd 207 Utiesley lltt and others tad dam Martha by Lyle Wilkes 4 rtat sire ofT and dams of Bessie Leach IrtfciVj John T 2W Cling 1111 nnd n others Srdduni KlUnby Imp lluoklen ltevurn will make the present season lit the stable of James McKeclmle nr Hub bloat lu to Insure a Ling col- tLEADER At the sumo time and I will stand the Idhand blncklack formerly owned by M II a line individual and hue colts speak louder than words of his qualities us n breeder ThU will be his third season J 1 bfcKEt1I1o1U Hubble Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to n judgment of the Lincoln Fobruarrtermheir against Jno KUushVi heirs tho undersigned Commissioner wIll between the hours of I and 3 r x on MONDAY AIItlL15 ltD county court day offer for sale nt public outcry to tho highest nnd best bidder 111 front of court louse In manford Ky the following property In Turnersvllle Lincoln county Ky lThe storehouse und lot bounded on the North the Htnnford and llustonrlllo pike on the Kusland Houth by the InndofJanum McCormick nnd on the Vest by lime SicKln neyandCoffeysbllllikucontalningalouth xtorohouite and dwelling combined on this lot nnd It Is a splendid stand for n general store 8 The Nenl property which II bounded on tlfo North by the land of Miss HUM Dal Iliu and Martin McCormlck on the East by McCornilcks church turnpike by Htnnfnt and turnpIke and on the Wet by the land of Mrs huh Good containing between 8 and U arref This lot contains u 2 tory framo dwelling and outbuildings TtIUIHTbe sates will bo mudo on n credit of six months the purchasers will bo required to give bonds for the purchase price with good security payable to the tommlMloner bearing per cent Interest front date of sale until paid having the force and effect of a Judgment and secured by lien on the land The present lessees of Lot No1 have tbo extending their leaso two years front April I IWw and Lot No2 Is leased until JnulllIll P McllOBKKTH special Oomr POSTED strictlyforbidpassing on our places nnd will prosecute vi olators to the full extent of the law Mrs Walter Warren Mrs Mattle White P W Carter lien P Martin M P Lawrence Tlnsley Hpoonamore JH Mocker J M Pottus T A lace Joseph Unllou- OJ LHoltzclaw Hasty MrsJK Pulllam It L ftfaatawfc Jaxton Jlfrs It L Williams- intnes N Cash J Novln Carter M HLytle Mrs Jns Ilalnes CarpenterThomasFerrlll LThompsondMiss Muttlo Huwos Heltihtnbach Bro Fred Uiiumann A J Traylor Lllburn hooch N IL Plummer NunnelleyJBruce David Hteven- iWmCordlorJohnCltmenlicli unnrra lor M D Klmoro HotllhOllck Kred Hnndorf J JThompson DM Anderson J K loser Mr and Mrs Jai II Ends A Kllma MrsNJIIorton J J VllIott MM Jeo Ixisiin W H Duugherty Frank Cordler Jtllvrnther Leo Dr00 Perry H A OlllnelH H iinuglin- Urldh D Hoot Mrs Margaret Uoocll Jncob lander Uhljl1l W HTrnylor Ham llobcrts John Jnfer Amend Be hnefcr MJJfofntann KT AH Mathuny OWII1MHTInrrln It O Vlltklna fOrowMrsNnnnlehiGood Anderson Carr Anton Itoneckar W M UUIiun Fred VonClruenlgan TI110u8bUlonlMrs H dor W KopaU JKlIoserJohn H Les ew Walkovers I 7 l 1Je t Just a little neater and just a little better t than ever High Shoes in Gun MetallVfci+ V Ox Blood and Patent Leathers t x50 f4 and fSOO Per Pair j A pretty good stock still of WALKOVER i heavy goods for this sloppy weatherIt tf++++++ ++ + + M M H H H++ H J McROBERTS1 STANFORDIKENTUCKYt u- EjCEEfIEfIEfI EEE I I PURE OLIVE OIL mi cfvery best for eating andfB I m medicinal pur m mposes 35c Half Pint 60c Pint 100 Quart IN I PENNYS Stanford DRUG Kentucky STORE I ELECTRIC KANGES Tlio IliiBgoIto buy a full snverj a money maker irt l the best baker A largo line of select from and wo will appreciate a cull GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford I T I Linen And Linene Suitings f Wo have every color and white in plain stripe and side bands lOo to SOc I Il yd WaistingsI1 yd Wo a 4 White Linen Suitings t A 36 inch ALL LINEN suiting not ono half or two third linen but all t linen at 2Cc other grades up to 8150 yd j SEVERANCE STANFORD II I I The Interior JournalI STANFORD KY MARCH iG IDO f f 1 FINE line of Reel Poles Lines andI all other Fishing Tackle at Penny Drug Store J PERSONALS DR W 11 OBANKON was In LoulI ville thla week MR W A CARSON Is out after soy t eral days illness MR C M SAMUELS was up iron Somerset Tuesday MRS MATTIE KIRBY returned fron Louisville yesterday JOHN J COZATT the popular Parks I vlllo miller was here Wednesday LARRY V STAGO of Knoxvllle Is visiting his mother and stators hero I MR 0 L ASnLEY and wife of tho West End were callers at this ofllc 1Ma9 E A DLAIN Is In Lexington at I tho bedside of her brother Mr Uich I It s ard Gentry J MR J 1 GnuNDY and wife of Lebanon were the guests of Mr and Mrs t e E Tate MR H J McRODBRTa and family will movo back to their homo on Logai weeki tho aged father of Mrs E G BIckley has been ill ror of Monroe county ripj to visit hili John W Rout HOUERT who is in the stand Ing army and now stationed at Plaits I burg N Y Is visiting tho homcfolkt hors Miss ELLEN MAYS HALL of Lancas has returned home after a delight 1ervisit to Mrs Ilettlo LaUuo in Louis v11l 0 MR J A HOLLAS who went frotr r this county to Hominey Okla to lo cate has moved from thero to Dro- kenfArrow same State ORESTES F FLOYD of the West Is a graduate of tho Boston School of Piano Tuning was hero Wed v ncaday looking for work CHARLES GANGLOFP who loft the section some two weeks ago has located In Lexington and ha orders his I J rent there JOHN S WELLS has gone to rIMR Fla to spend some weeks his mother Mr Gco D Wcathcrford Is In Hustonvillo attending the sale and mingling with friends Advocate LOCALS 1 NEW Clocks and Watches at Muel J ers French cleaned Cook ICLOTIIESclrcusis booked tostrotclI I May 1 SEE the styliIn mens Oxfords Cummins Wtarcn I i FOLLOW tho crowd and go to tho I rl moving picture show CUT GlassChinaand Solid Silver flatware at W 11 Muellers FRESH salted peanuts All Day Suck ors Smiling Bills etc George p Hopper THE ladles should read tho advertise ment of W E Perkins the Crab Orch ard merchantt to 1SoMLr1JINonow in moving pictures the GansNelson fight Seo It at the + Thcatorium tonightFriday FOR SALE Single Comb Brown Legs horn eggs 60c for setting of 15 Mm J M Cress RF D No4 Stanford it C TUE L N will ruman excursion I to Louisville Aprilil at 175 for tho roundtrip Tho train will leave Stan A fore at 60 A M I j Tin Modern Wo d ofMoreland Tent Will give an oyster supper at Woodmans Mall Moreland on atur I o day night March 27 Good music will be furnished JUST received a car of Webber Wag ons also we have on hand Hoosier CornI Drills Disc Harrows and other farming I mplements Seo us before placing your order CofTey Bishop More land II rrTBE Advocate says o a fellow was fined 15 by the police judge of Danville for getting too drunk About how drunk can a citizen of Little Britain get without fear of punishment i DONT forget tho moving plctur show FOUND a bunch keys Claiborn C Walton NEW selection of fobs chains pins at Muellers FOR lost l of roller skates Apply at this office TRY a pair of that allleather work shoo at 2 Cummins Wearen GENERALLY fairy and warmer Friday is tho weather forecast for today SEE our roofing for tobacco barns tho best W K Warner the tinner l SEE the great GansNclson fight at the moving picture show tonight It will be great FOR SALE PureSC Brown Lcl horn eggs Improved laying strap Mrs R L Berry Hustonvlllc KI Phono 833 rings ALL the latest andnovel de signs In pattern hats Our prices and goods aro guaranteed to suit purse and taste Misses VanDeveer AT tho Cash sale Tuesday afternoon the beautiful homo on Danville Avcnu was taken down at G400 Tho person alty sold at satisfactory price FOR RENTFour ice rooms on firs floor In the D S Carpenter propert in Hustonvillo Recently repaired and In good condition Call on or write to Mr Carpenter THERE will be a special meeting of Lincoln Lodge F A M on Monday night next Work in M M degree Lodge opens at 7 oclock T W Ien nlngton secretary CONTRACTOR KRUEOER Is digging the foundation for the now courthouse 110 is going at It like ho means business and if ho keeps up his present gait the now temple of justice will bo ready for tbo November term of court WESLEYDr JT Wesley oneof Ca soy countys best men died at his homo at Mlddleburg Wednesday of pneumo nia aged about 60 Ho is survived by his wife and two children Mrs Joseph B Williams of this county and Mr Jason Wesley circuit clerk of Casey Dr Wesley was a fine physician and i I splendid gentleman paperIlaying when tho now courthouse foun dation is begun It would bo a good Idea and we hope our people will take the matter up and make the occasion ono long to bo remembered This Is the first dew courthouso Lincoln coun ty has had in almost a century and we should do something to celebrate the erection of it TilERB will be a ChlNarael Demon atration at our store today and tomor row March 26 and 27 Do not miss tho opportunity to learn how to secure a now hard wood floor for 250 and how to havo Missionfinish dining room den or sitting room without the ex pease of removing old paint or varnish Any old floor oil cloth or linoleum matt to look like now hard wood any style of grain Lessons free by special Instructor J M Phillips THOSE of our young people who will take part in Mrs Wiggs ot tho Cabbage Patch to bo given at Waltoni Opera House next Friday night April 2 are rehearsing nightly and many of them already have their parts down fine The entertainment is given under the auspices of the U D C and the net proceeds will go to tho John MorI gan monument fund Make your nr angemcnts to go to see the pretty play and dont walt too long about securing rour seats as an Immense crowd will witness the performance TILE democraticcommittee for this judIcial district met at Danville Tues lay afternoon and decided on primary or Saturday May 15 as the method and time for nominating candidates for ircuit judge and Commonwealths Attorney Mr George L Penny of this place is chairman of the committee unl Mr Chenault Huguely of Boyle was made secretary All of tho mere bers were present and tho meeting was a harmonious one There aro two can dates for circuIt judge Judges M C iauflcy and J S Owsley Jr both of his county Commonwealths Attorney Charles A Hardin of Mercer has no opposition for renomination for that office J New Silks COLORED TAFFETAS We have a better yard wide Taffeta silk in all colors and black than you will ace anywhere nt 81 yd Messaline Silks All the Spring shades in 27 inch Mceealiuc at 81 yd Foulard Silks These silks nro very popular this season and we are showing some choice designs SON KY SEE my lino of wagon and buggy har pegs J C McClary LADIES Oxfords In tho very latest styles Cummins Wearen WANTED a good farm hand to milk Address Box 196 Stanford Ky TilE FREE sowing machine nono Better For sale at W H Muellers FOR SALEMy homo on Danvill Ave All modern Improvements MR John Ellis BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK eggs 75c per setting of 15 Hawkins strain Mr- S K Duddcrar Stanford EGGs for solo from Red hens Wild Mallard ducks and Toulouse geese Mn W J Edmiston Crab Orchard Ky STRING GREETING On Saturday tho 27th we will have our opening of Imported and Domestic Pattern hats to which we invite the public Miss Rcll Arnold Lancaster Ky ILARGE crowds are attending the Sale at Hustonvillo and good prices are being realized for 811 classes of stock Wednesday was jack and stallion day and some magnificent animals were sold lion B B Kings big jack broughtlOOO Capt B F Pow ells twoyearold 830 S M Owens sold two jacks for n little over 1300 etc Stallions sold at 300 to 750 Yesterday the remainder of the stallions were disposed of and tho sale of business and highclass horses begin They brought from J125 to 000 The salo will be concluded today TJptc date the sale has been a success beyond the expectation of the most sanguine An Open Letter to Judge Saufle STANFORD March 25 lion M C Snurtey Stanford Ky Dear SirA- sI now seems quite certain that you and I will be tho only candidates for tho democratic nomination for judge of this tho 13th Judicial district I would suggest that In ordor to lessen the expense of tho election to each of us that we by mutual consent submit our claim to tho democratic voters of this Lincoln county Kentucky the homo of us both and agree that tho one who receives a majority of the votes In a primary to be held in Lincoln county shall bo by the governing authority of the democratic party of this judicial dis trict declared tho nominee each of us to pay our proportionate share of the necessary expense of holdipg sold Mac lion Trusting that this suggestion will meet with your approval I am Very Respectfully J S OWSLEY JR Judge Saufleys Answer STANFORD March 25lIon J S Owaley Jr Stanford Ky Dear Sir Yours of this date is just received In which you say that it seems quite cer tain that you and I will be the only candidates for the democratic nomination for judge in the 13th judicial dis trict and you suggest that In order to lessen expense we submit our claims to the democratic voters of this count and that the one who receives a major ity of the votes shall be declared tho nominee by the governing authority or tho Democratic party of tho district I cannot accept your suggestion 1 do not know and cannot know unti after April 30 the date on which there is a limitation placed by tho committee on announcements ol candidacy wheth er anyone else beside ourselves will conpete for the nomination If you and I should have a contest between ourselves only and only in Lincoln county tho result would not be binding on anyone else nor in my opinion would it bo binding on the district Committee This committee gets its authority from tho rules prescribed by the last Demo ratio State Convention and not from tho agreement of candidates It is therefore possible that if I should ac cede to your suggestion we might haven race fruitless of results If rshould havo the good fortune in a contest Him ited to Lincoln county between our selves to be successful as against you I would not desire then to incur tho risk of having another contest with some one else in the entire district Besides I am not advised that tho governing authority in this district has any jurisdiction to declare one the nom inee for circuit judge who has been vot ed for in only one county and whose candidacy has by his own volition been limited toono county J a I My belief is now as it has heretofore been that tho democrats of tho entire district and not a fraction of the dis trict should havo a voice In the selection of their nominee for circuit judg and to that entire body I propose to submit my candidacy- If I shall bo chosen as the nominee I prefer that it shall be by the suffrages of the democrats of the entire distric made known in the way prescribed by the democratic committee so that no question can be raised before the con mitten when it shall be charged with the duty of making and delivering a certificate of nomination Yours RespectfullyM C SAUFLEY MATRIMONIAL A petition has been filed in the Mont gomery Circuit Court by Mrs Mary Coleman Ayres seeking divorce rrom Col Mott Ayres editor of the Fulton Leader Twelve known dead property loss reaching Into tho thousands of dollars and possibly a score injured is the result of a tornado which swept over the northwestern part of Wise county Tex Gov Willson appointed Jesse C Wi der Police Judge o Pulasl county to succeed the Rev R E Todd resigned W H LAIR Hustonville Ky HnimldcYl n nice line or OKOOEUIKH to hliMKAT MAKKKTnndnikia portion ot imtronngp Goals at the Low lit Trices U htmotto FOR SALE A fnnn on Indian Greek 137 acres 2n titles from graded school at Mlddloburg au acres cultivation rest In timber goo dwelllii burll und I necessary outbulld Jrolumlon or mldreis UI 1KKKINH- Mlddleburg Ky PUBLIC SALE I- On I4ATUItiAY MAR01I CT IIW nt 130 oclock r M twill oiler household am kitchen furniture 1 oue eutvU buggy I carriage as good ns new 1 new sewing ma chine lrolrt10t U M Ilpps dvciaied in ol sale is to settle up estate Terms made known OH day of sak H A LIlPHAdmr NOTICE All who are Indebted to us will please call and settle suuie lit once NSe also wish to advise our friends and patrons that afte April 1st we wilt oaEU da Iten ables us to sell cheaper and wo find It n bet tcr plan for tho purchaser in well ai the merclumt We tliunlc our patron for tbeli iintrnniiRu for the year tmdliiK April lit am IIOM to uv allowed the privilege of Benin them According to tbo terms above state for the next yea- rIurEH llllOHTurnersvllle Ky GALTON 12910 Heiuon of IDO- tfBlrxof Calvin O S1UM AI Burns I1J cud six others with trials from Yan to tilt thus lire the only ones that were ever hand Iwl fur spviil Also the sire of one tlnm with one In thw SUM list Hind by Uautbetta1V11 kesYtl5y tho tire oluIn tho 2SW list 10 In 210 IIn Hotter clulmitl to lit the tnteatilro In tho world lit ilnm Unlsy Kluli grand dam off with records of from 817 to lamb tonlai10dnnryyHeeleysAmerican Htar Knlloli Sflt bus 0 In iW his daughters have do In tau or ixttter 2nd dam Quickstep liy Kentucky 1rlnceJr sire of J q XU7M Imonado dams of IS In the yM lilt2ntnndSrd d urn of the darn of J Q nl7big 011 lion carries the blood of four leading famllless UII m bltonlanllIkelloIaI11IJrluoOhlot and colts have gone against nod de looted the best In harness classes and road tier ringstheyare In great lenllllulelllng as high as l0rt maturity yearling from J1BO to tfJO Capon will stand nt inj tablet miles West of Hustoiivlllt on Urnd fordsvlllo pike nt 115 to Insure n Hying colt Money due If mare Is traded niter being bred Jlcnty of grass at 1160 per mouth saved ox preHtly for mates no other stock mixed wlU mares have grass lots and largo stables foi mares to foal Grain tell at cost Ihone In residence Hustonvillo Exchange- W M DOD- UlIultomlIIl Ky Almont Dare 3228 A B II It Sired by Dignity Dare Its he by Chester Dare 10 bo by lllnck Hqulrrel 6H he by King Vllllant 117 lstdom Toxnwny 4T6a also reg- hterld In VolIOA T n n KIlO by AI ailah Mnmbrlno I81JII he by 33- llld dam lady nn11 by Orlt bovisbv Dour HM by Porelg- n1ghtbykorelgnerby Imported Olencoj 4th dam msCopper iottomBth dam by Imported Iluxzard JSOTR Atmont Dare so barns we are able to dIIIOer11 the not an record hang Ing to his credit the honor of defeating with bb own progeny those of his great sire Dignity Dare doing so with his first crop of colli every time they clime together As an dlvidmdl thus Is a very attractive horse 10 hands high with lots of weight and finish olor buy action extremely high mad fatt howl0 distinct saddle all very fast ndpleaiunt A full brother to the great Hiding that sold at 4 years for lUlaml to the great show mare Foxy are that won ipore premiums for the umber of how than any miiro over sired IJ Da- rIVcroItnotfortwosplints on him ho would easily havo won Hinted Knddlo Ihiimptonshlp This hone Is u result of a ouii and mating of tho very Iwst Ills III Mood pmll1ulllilnnlllyIIIItrooRIIi Gibraltar md his colU are him 810 thl horse 1111 you will I 18 well paW lie lll make the season of 1W 1 lit our stablo l4i udluefront Hustonvillo on tho Hu ton l1loIt Liberty pike nt 115 toInsure u living colt Mares or bred elsewhere ron don season duo at tlmo of such transaction Will also stand a mule Jack at pj OralS furnished In nlmndaiico at H per nonth Our attention to nit stock but will not bo responsible for accident K B rOWKLU A NON UuMonvllle Ky t e 4 Nets COLORED NETS in all the now Spring Shades in largo andmii1lmesh Ecrue Nets In Plain Tucked and Figured White Nets In plain Tilckcd Figured lace stripe and We are showing about fifty different patterns in above desirable material for Waistings demo let us ebow you r L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 M- artinOXFORDS I Our line of Childrens Misses and Ladies Oxfords is nowcomplete You will find all the latest in styles in Ox Blood Tans Patents Etc Our prices are right Make your selection be fore the stock is picked our We also have a full line of Hosiery to match HUGHES MARTIN COI Dry Goods Notions STANFORD ShoesI t LADIES T We are showing the Largest stock a of White Goods Laces and Embroideries Ever brought to this Market We would be glad to show you W E Perkins Crab Orchard Cie Lincoln County national Bank f Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 SurplusS 3800000 ResourcesS 34000000 is H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIE- Rj W ROCHESTER TELLER H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTORSi J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T 0 Ran kin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersville Lilburu Gooch Gilberts Creek Prst Tfational 9Jan StanfordtJGry Oryamxtct 882 Capital 3lock rS OOoIJurptut and lndfoidfct iProfHt 39 000 V k Jfas paid in Dividends slnca Organization 2ff 500 Jf fnvito 9ow jfceounts on Our 9l7erlta I OFFICERS J S Hooker President- S T Harris VicePresident John J McRobetts Cashier II C Baughman Asst Cashr WWSaunders Bookkeeper h J DIRECTORS j F Reid l H Baughmani M D Elmore J M Pettus H C Baugbman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson W B OBannon J S Hocker C E TAte f 11 f The Interior Journal Mnteredin the PottOffice at Stanford cu Meen4cl u matter L N TIME TABLE No 11 South IHK P K No SO Houtbll011 A K No 24 North 440 A K No a Nortb Bin P K No XT 1047 AM No f3l4O r M JOSS RCE Agent The Truth Every person in this city who is suf fering from Eczema Pimples Dand rufior any form of skin or scalp dis case can find relief and be permanent Iy cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi external use All durggists sell ZEMO PENNYS DRUG STORE A S PRICESurgeon Dontlst STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owaley Building Insures Tobacco and Tobacco arns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 38 j Ofllco VS Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedAdorinas Fox It a handsome large Jeney Bull do icended from a and unbroken line of the most noted bulls and cows on the Is land of Jersey England and America Ills sire Is one of the best bulls ever Imported dam lea show cow that ba bepoundsJleve or some Ancestor and have a strictly good eowyou should avail yourself of his ser vice lie will be allowed to serve a limited number of approved registered cows outside of our own herd this year for R fee of Keach Make engagement before sending tow to be bred IU dOTTEIt Telephone 80 Stanford Ky N BWe have to otter three extra choice bull calves that will be sold at right prices At McKinney Ky Toucan find our Standard Remedy the ratelt blood and livermedicine yet known In clUe of Itheumntlsm Salt Ubeum Kid ney Trouble and all diseases arising from Impure blood It has no equal It is manu factured under the food act of June 100 and guarantee by the manufacturer Ii he HpJllooy II taken according to directions andif ho or she Is not benefited by the use of the Remedy we will refund your money We can do nothing more Each package contains 31 doses with a registered guaran tee and mailing card with full instructions We send it to ROY orz ofper packager packages for K Itetterordera box today If In time save a big doctors bil- lBememberlfyautakutboltemedy accord tug to Instructions und are not benefited you get your dollar back You will not find the remedy In drug stores for sale It is sold only bv our duly authorized agents RIIUUI NWILLIAMSAgent- e lio ttuy I FURShides Weol and Feathers Tallow Beswu Closeot CoUtn SeiUYtBowRooO M y Apple Wild Cinzer etc We sic dealers ulJd in l856MOrer luif ctntuy In Leonine sad tta do better lotOII tlun tyrat at cacasaaM ctrcitcti Reference wallyrIS Sabol 4L Sons 4 295KarliOlSI LOUISVILLE KY Jl Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur nitureMattingsBuga They willexchange Furuiturofor lIKinds of Stock Give RightrSTANFORD KENTUCKY Je 11Cs McClary Pndertaker Embalmer and healer I Harnoss8addlery STANFORD KY 6te0YbonetGh IlomePhone L I FARMERS DEPARTMEKT I Lawton Okla will have a great rae meeting April 17 to 27 The Paris creamery which coat 7000I last year has been sold for 1455 Grimes G Beazley bought of W L McCarty a fiveyearold gelding for 185 FOR SALE600 balea of good No 1 wheat straw Robert Leigh Shelb City Ky Pure Boone county white seed corn at 125 per bushel W E Moss Lan caster Ky The census report on cotton stock shows that C252C63 bales are held In the United StatesIC C Glass of Jessamine sold three pair of mules at tho following prices 410 350 and 325 FOR SALEA number of big nire mare mules good workers four to six years old S M Owens McKinney Ky At tho Winchester court Monday some 75 mules sold at 150 to 175 700 pound steers sold at 5c cows at 4c 500 pound heifers at 4Jc The American Tobacco Company is shipping Equity tobacco from Mnyavillc at the rate of 20 carloads a day to St Louis and Milwaukee It will take 1400 cars to transportthe weed The description and pedigree of S T Harris and Robert Woods Ashland Brook and King Eagle was received too late for this issue but it will appear in these columns Tuesday Watch for it J E McKechnie Advertises this issue his splendid Gambctta Wilkes stallion Reversa which he will stand at his barn near Hubble at 10 to insure Read the breeding of tho fine young sterRead in our advertising columns tho description and pedigree of Almont Dare the magnificent stallion of E S Powell Son Hustonville He is a grand individual of splendid blood and a proven breeder- I have for sale a good driving horse 15f hands and fat sound and gentle for lady to drive 1 good milk cow 1 sow and 6 shoats If you want something that will suit yon call on me at once at my store at Turnersville Ky Keene Lutes The Executive Board of the Burley Tobacco Society in session at Winchester denies that much of tho tobac co bought by independent concerns has been thrown back on their hands They claim that only about 250 hogsheads have been rejected and that was be cause it was funked The Government has been taking a census of the horses of the country and reports that there are over 20000 000 horses and nearly 4000000 mules in the United States This is a great er number of horses by several hundret thousand than were reported previously The horseless age is evidently not yet in sight Judge Harbeson of the Kenton Cir cuit Court rendered his decision in the case of the Latonia Jockey Club against the Kentucky Racing Commission holdhg the law establishing the com mission unconstitutional The effect of the decision is to place Latonia racing back to its former basis An appeal will be taken WAYNESBURG A Mr Martin of Woodstock will begin a singing school at this place the first Saturday in April Quite a number from here attended the burial of Tusco Waters at Kings ville Sunday afternoon Who can beat this 7 W G Reynolds who is 81 years old has read the New Testament through since Christmas without the aid of glasses Dr W B OBannon was called here Wednesday to see Leslie Padgett who is very III with rheumatism A Mr Spurgeon is here working in the inter est of tho Modern Woodman Lodge Misses Virgie Singleton Maud Millie and Esther Caldwell and Messrs T B- And Mason Caldwell visited relatives at Duck creek Saturday and Sunday Clinton Johnson has gone to Somerset to work for J M Johnson The Glow Of Doom was seen in the red face Lands and body of the little son of H M Adams Henrietta Pa Ills awful plight from eczema had fortlve years dolled all remedies and battled tho best doctors who said the poisoned blood had af fected hl3 tunes and nothing could save him Rut writes his mother seven bottles of Electric Bitters com pletely cured him For Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Sores and Blood Disorders and Rheumatism Electric bitters Is supreme Only oOc Guar anteed by Pennys Drug Store The cleverest Imitation of real Coffee ever yet made is Dr Shoops Health Coffee It Is line 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 Why dont fashionoble people go to the circus V How can they 1 They have no child ran to tak- erT +s I Snow and rain caused damage at Denver estimated at from 209003 to I 300000 Every telegraph wire was I prostrated w Q Dont drug tho Stomach or stem late the Heart or Kidney That is wrong If Is the weak nerves lhaae crying out for help Vitalize wok Inside controlling nerves 11th Dr Shoop Restorative and see how quickly good health will come to you again Test It and see I Sold br Pen nya Drugstore rDr Gaylova chief of the Buffal State Cancer Hospital says that tho increase In cancer disease in the Stat of New York is little short of appalling It now takes yearly toll of half as many lives as tuberculosis Poleys Hone nadTar cures coughs quickly strengthens the lungs and ox pels colds Get tho genuine in a yellow package New Stanford Drug Co uDid papa glo you my hand GeorgeNo he gave me his Look at my yolHouston Post EGGS FOR SALE Thoroughbred B 0 Drown Ughorn eggs from selected stock IlirH8BLI I1HOWN BUntordKy FRUIT I ORNAMENTALITREES- Everything for Orchard Lawn and Oar den rlto for catalogue II P IULLENMKYKK H0N5- Loxinglon Ky When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by n tailor of ex perlenre Then your clothes whether low price business suit or the nncst evening clothi will hart that Indlvldunllty and nt which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure 1 will also takg your men uro for extra trousers fancy vests top cont and overcoats Fall and Winter Sam pies on hand ready for your Inspection ItO nUPtEV The Tailor Stanford Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the best DS well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulb potted flowers on shot notice Also make a specialty of wreath for for funeral purposes In connection with the above I have all kinds of vegetables on hand at rvasonabl- lrlCifOHUIBTMAX JItKKNIIOUHK8 Ell lltinnAiio lama Btanford Ky NOTICE 1 1111111 between the hours of 9 oclock A K oclock r K on MONDAY MAUUH 2919U9- in front of the court bouso door In Stan ford Ky soil at public outcry to the high sal std lest bidder for cash In hand the lot lowing property or so much as will pay tax cost and penalty The amount Includes 0 per cent penalty and cost of advertising Carpenter Jennie und ole 1W78 118 8 L U HifiiiFH Treasurer Honford traded Hchoul Safeguard the Future 1 The safest surest nnd most adequate snft guard for the future Is a policy in The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Con Is conspicuous for economical manage ment liberality of Its policy contracts tali dealing with its members and largo return to policy holden The company Is Just entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR- of n successful business career with more policy holders In Lincoln county than all other companies combined Write for particulars stating age and wbethur mar rled or to it3lNEtLANDtSpeclnlAgtMyers James I White HollcltorforHockcastle Oo Commissioners Sale 1 Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to a Judgment of tho Lincoln rcult court rendurrtl lit the NovemlMr erm 1W In the nctlon of K K llobbftt gainst Jesse Guest etc the undersigned ruin r will on- 1II0N DAY APRtl12TH19w ounty court tiny In front of the court house juaro In Htanford for sale at pUblic outcry to the ld guest and best bidder II lot of about 80 snuuro ales of land S Idles South of Crab Orchurdln IlncolnCo adjoining the lands of K K llobblttKYI by Owlley Ann Guest and Mogan luest thetImellt Inlnntllillubbitttfrt llS Itflll with interest from- Neblsuland185costs esldes the costs of this acllo- nTIl3IHThe male will be made on a redlt of six months bond with good so urlty for tho purchase price tearing Inter Olt from date bavins tbo force nnd eruct of- R Judgmont nnd also secured by lien on tho and will bo purchaseJ r Lincoln Bonds for Saler 4 Per Cent Semi- Annually On HAT1711DAY APRIL 10 IJtti at oclockJ DL in front of the court house loot In Stanford Lincoln county Ky the publ0of said county to tine amount of S1II1UI for tho purpose of erecting u now courthous-en said county Sold bonds will be Issued In hree series towit Merles A of flOKia mid consisting of SUbondsot pi enchcluo tnd payable In it years fronts May I19JU with the privilege of redeeming In 7 years Ocontlstingofdbondsfrom May i iiet with the privilege of ro deeming in 10 years Series 0of tlSJXO consisting of an bonds nnfromedeemlng In IS years atProm tit day of May uo with Interest at 4 per cent payable euml annually slurch This Planter has been on the market for years and there is no experiment as to whether it will work or not Can furnish the Disc or Runner Edge or Flat Drop E T PENCE STANFORD KY f- I If You Want To Crow Corn Alfalfa lings slid rattle come to huller Co Head for lIt of improved farm Addrosi J K VVK8T Augusta Kn FOR SALE 1 r nn l engine and 1ft1 mill for sale1tlil tell either or lioth ellA KxsiixOUonlielmKr PostolUce Wnrnesburg Ky DEITS COLLECTED AVu collect note claims and accounts III any part of tho United States No charge Unless collitclml Oollvctlons promptly reo iiiltted Try us BOYDS COLLECTION ACIENOV Homersut Ky The Joseph Price Sanatorium North ImncattotStre- ettanford Kentucky For Treatment of Dlicnwj of the Kye lose Throat Kar OonltotTrinary ilvcul Organ Nervous System rind Surgery MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No m K A A M wilt are In stated communication on tacit first am third Monday nights of each month at 73 oclock In their hull on Main street Stan ford Member of sister lodges are fro L1tlInTWNotice Poultry Raisers Now la the tlmo of year to feed your fowl a good tonic 41111 cure Ohotara tapes Houp ennlur nnd Llmbwrneok when feu nla preventive It not only keeps thim health but payguaraalceby 1 the guarantee uk for booklt on disease of poultry BaD CARTER Now Livery Dopot Stroot Phono OGi STANFORDKENTUCKY Eczema is Curable ZEMO ft scientific preparation fOI external use Stop itching instant and destroys the germs that cause skit diseases Eczema rttckly and l permanently cured by this remarkable- medicine All Druggists Write for sample E W Rose Med Co StLouisMe Pennys Drug Store Mahony Rank- inINSURANCE Fire Life Accident and Tornado Farm Property a Specialty JllIb of the leading companies of the world represented n with all the companies of the world Loss p ay Ing record unsurpassed Never hud n lawsuit in the history of this agency lassos promptly paid without discount Nu waiting 110 days for your money llefora In suringcall on MAHONY 8 RANKIN The Insurance Men of Stanford Stop That Cold To check or Grippe with Prevent nmeans sure detest for Pneumonia To stop a cold with Preventlcs li safer than to let It run and be obliged to cure it afterwards To bo sure pre vent cs will cure even t deeply seated taken earlTt the sneeze trIeU1e breakor head of these earlr cold That i surely better Thats the are called Prsventlcs QuinInschildren and thoroughly sale too If you feel chlllyif you sneeze Ifyoa ache all over think of Preventles Promptness may also says hall your UJU IlelmeH And dont orget your child It there Is feveruhntss nlzhtor day Herein arch ably lies Preventics greatest emcteDCT Sold 1n- So lIOns for the pocket alto In See boxes of 41 Prsvsatlcs Insist on jour druralsu ilvlnc y- ouPrcvcntics PENNYS DRUG STORE I I SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY MILLINERY The Charles Wheeler Emporium p Hustonville Ky Invites you to the largest MILLINERY SELECTION we have ever shown Styles up to the minute Prices beyond competition Wo also state that our Spring Line is now complete To nave money twine und see nod ho convinced Our Spring Line of Shoes fur Ladies MUses nud Children and our lino of Gents Shoes will certainly please Ilannii find Walkover lines aro hummers and are strictly reliable Yours for an honest deul- CIIAItlJL Wmmm Highest Market Prices Paid For r Eggs Hides Furs i f Hens lie 1 Roosters 4 to 4 l2c Chickens 9 to lOc 1 Ducks 10 to 10 l2c I Geese 6 to 7c- Turkeys 12 to 14c Scrap Iron Guineas 20c a PieceoRubber HLB NORTHCOTT Stanford Ky j THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY I DISTANcVTELEPHONE LONG t a FIR RATES APPLY Tl Lion MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY NCOnromTto + Q 1