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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s- IW THE iNTERiop JOURNALrVOL XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL V 0 1909 NO 1i MIDDLEBURO John Price and Miss Ethel Bastin of the Walltown section were married Sunday Rev L B Leo officiating t Sickness la abating somewhat here Those who have been confined to their homes are out again and a better feel Ing prevails generally The trustees are making an effort to buy the Mtddleburg Normal College foi the use of the graded school In case they rail to buy the property Prof J e4 S Lawhorn proposes to lease It to the trustees for a term of years The Saints have just closed a two weeks meeting at the new church on Grove Ridge just east of Yosemite Revs ODear and Chappell did the preaching and large crowds attended e the services especially at night though but few were sufficiently Impressed with the now doctrine to embrace It The death of Dr J T Wesley men tioned In last Fridays Issue has cast a gloom over the community Prob ably no one could have left us who would have been so sadly missed lie was a familiar figure here for nearly 30 years and was foremost in every good work lie was a man of even temper I polite to every one even to the urchin on the roadside He loved his profea lion to which ho devoted his whole life and practiced In the poorest homes regardless of the prospects of remun eratlon He was a member of the Meth odlit church and superintendent of his Sunday school almost continuously since the organization of the church tome 25 years ago lie took great Interest In r education and had high ideals as to the training of youths Tho funeral sere vices took place at the Methodist church Thursday afternoon and were conducted by his pastor Rev W W- s Hunt when his body was laid to rest In Middleburg cemetery Dr Wesley was 60 years old and had been a prac ticing physician for 48 years Ills wife and three chllcren are left to mourn his loss In his demise the wife has lost M loving husband the children a kind father the church one of its most do voted members and the community an honest man IResolutlo sof Respect Waynesburg K 0 T M Lodge No liS Whereas the Grand Master of tho universe has seen cause to take from us our esteemed and beloved brother Leslie Padgett who was born Juno 28 1888 made a Maccabee In this Lodge Jan 21 1908 and died March 30 1909 Therefore be it resolved that this lodge has lost a good man and Maccn L bee his community n highly respected citizen and his parents a kind and faith ful son That the sympathy of this lodge be extended to his parents sis ters and brothers and that the lodge J Iwear the usual badge of mourning for Resolved that a copy of these res olutlons be spread on our minutes and that a copy be sent to tho INTERIOR JOURNAL for publication Stanley Mc- IntoshI Hendricks Hays E C Jordon Comm ltee Foloys ltonopTasto a safeguard against serious results from Spring colds which lnflamo the lungs and develop Into pneumonia Avoid counterfeits by Instating upon having tho genuine Foleys Honey and Tar which contains no harmful drugs New Stanford Drug CoIAn Ordinance to Pruvint the Spreading el Infectious and Contagleus Diseases The Qy Council of the CiIY of Stanford Kentucky ordain at follows e 4I Thai it shell be unlawful lot any member a household in which lhe u any infectious CO OIH vise to lira the premuet or 4or k withor tome in contact with oilier peo the corporatelimit of the City of Stan lordwithout lint thoroughly fum I D under- i the directions of a competent and this t t prohibition shall remain in force until the physi cian in charge or the Sanitary Committee after investigation declare that all danger ol in- I faction or contagion ha pawed 2 It shall be the duty of the parent or oth er ptttom in charge ofchildren of lender yean r to sec that this ordinance u obeyed by rchildren and a failure to do to thall be deemed- a a of the provision hereof the pa rent or perion in charge of such children 3 It shill be the duly of all physicians when i contagiousdiseaseStanford to immediatelyy notify the mayor of the existence of such disease and he thereupon cause to be in a conspicuous in front of the premises a placard containing the name of men ducue in tare letters and the Mme ihall to remain until danger of infec ties or contagion has pawed corporatelimitsbeen an infectious or Contagious disease shall cause the tame to be thoroughly disinfected and lractiable millee 5 All violators of of the provisions ol this ordinance shall be linedlIot than 5nor I 1more than 100 for each offense 6 ThUordmance shall take elect horn and after ill publication by copies hereof being potted at three U1 City of A B FLORENCE Mayor LR HUGHES City Clerk ti it I Kingsvllle and Her Advantages The following In circular form Is be ing sent out by the enterprising citizen of Klngsvlllo and vicinity KIngsvIllo Is a small town located In Lincoln county Ky on the Cincinnati New Orleans d Texas Pacific R R 131 miles south of Cincinnati line a goof Graded School three churches four stores hotel planing mill saw mill hogshead factory and other convenient 08 auch as rural mall and telephone service that reach most every farm house Tho town Is surrounded by a country that offers special Inducements to men of limited means who wish toeccurc cheap homes Our winters aro mild our summer days are pleasant and our summer nights are delightful A bad drouth or crop failure has nev or been known hero Tho county Is blessed with never tailing springs of the finest freestone water Tho land Is sufficiently rolling to drain and produces fino fruits and vegetables also field crops such as corn wheat oats cow pens potatoes and tobacco Burley tobacco of a very fine quality Is grown hero and from 200 to 400 bushels of potatoes have been grown OQ ono acre of this land All the tame grasses grow here but Red and Alsyko clover timothy and orchard grass are tho varieties usually grown Strawberries of the finest quality arc shipped from hero every season As stated above this locality offers special inducements to people of limit ed means Land is cheap here now but with good schools and churches good climate good water and tho land itself produc ing from f125 to 1GO per acre espec sally when cultivated in tobacco this land will advance In price from 25 to 50 per cent within tho next fow years This is not a real estate advertisement but tho statement of a few plain facts furnished by the Growers Asses elation of this community the names of whoso official members arc herewith submitted C D EVANS Chairman J B McKEE Vice Chtnn M G MuuriiY Secretary FARMERS DEPARTMENT At Purdoma solo in Boyle corn sold at St 85 to 195 Extra good seed corn for sale Dr Hugh Reid Stanford J N Sloan bought of II A Uurdett 741 acres of land near Uryantsvillo at fC5 FOR SALEGO bales of good timothy and 100 of clover hay Mrs F B Bar nette Hustonvillc Ky McKee Bros of Woodford county who had in a COacro crop of potatoes last year will put In 175 acres this sea sonBeau Naboth will make the season of 1909 at my barn Bring me your bar ren mares I haves successfully used tho impregnator for two years Felix White Stanford Ky Hubble Eabanks Tom Greene is anentry in tho treat Kentucky Derby to bo run at Louisville May 3rd He is selling C to Iln tho winter books Wintergreen 4 to 1 is tho favorite Tho description and pedigree of W 0 Walkers Carroll Preston will appear next Issue This groat youngster Is by Preston and out of tho great mare Baby Pence by Enoch Arden Ho will stand at 25 Monday May 3 will witness tho running of tho next Kentucky Derby over the historic Churchill Downs track at Louisville tho State Racing Commis sinn having granted 18 days for the Louisville Spring meeting beginning on that day We will offer for sale next Monday county court day two thoroughbred brood mares They ore registered as Mattlo K alma Miss Emma and Lucy Flnloy Tho former has a fine record as a racer Also a young filly of same strain Mrs Mattio Kirby and James H Poppies F Reid offers the service of Dorsoy Gplddust 12052 for the present season Hells a sure and tested breeder pro ducing a uniform class of fine combined horses for both saddle and harness be ing roadsters of great beauty and cour ago with unequaled enduranco and a class that bring top prices on all horse markets Dont drug tho Stomach or stimu late tho Heart or Kidneys That Is wrong It Is tho weak nerves that aro crying out for help Vitalize those weak inside controlling nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how quickly good health will como to you again Test it and soot Solil by Pen nys Drugstore Up Before The Bar- N II Drown an attorney ot Pitts field Vt writes ClWe have used Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills for years and find them such a good family medicine we wouldnt be without them For Chills Constipation Biliousness or Sick Headache they work wonders 250 at Pennys Drug Store o NEWS NOTES Tho drys carried Taylor county bj- GG4 In tho election Saturday Fort Worth Texas suffered a 5000000 fire Six people lost their lives Madame Modjeska Is staking rapidly and all hope for her recovery has beer abandonedMrs Tharpo aged 62 was found dead in bed at her homo In Georgetown Sheriff Evcrsolo of Perry county was hold in 82500 on the charge of shooting Nathan Engle Pascual Cervera the noted Spanish Admiral is dead at Real Spain after a long Illness of heart disease Joo Cans who for 12 years was re garded as one of the worlds greatest prize fighters has consumption Everett White shot and instantly kill cd his falher in law John Fisher and neighbor James Rayburn in tho door yard of his homo at Mason City W VaSam Laffata found guilty at Detroit of sending threatening blackhand letters to several Italians was sentenced to from seven and a half to 15 years In prisonThe county unit local option bill fail ed of passage In the lower house of tho Missouri Legislature Tho measure lacked six votes of the constitutional majority of 72 Firo thought to have been of incen diary origin destroyed the plant of the Columbus linking Company at Hunting ton W Va the largest concern of its kind in the Stale Tho supreme court of Virginia has leclared the local option election held h Fredericksburg last May valid ThisI is tho first time Fredericksburg has been dry In its history- A jury in New York gave a verdict for 92000 against Joseph Lciter and loseph Hoadley In n suit brought by brokers who alleged they lost that sum through the defendants orders The immigration movement into Can ida from the United States for March las been tho largest for many yearsI The rush has kept tho customs immi gration and quarantine officials busyIFire broke out in a breast of the right level of North Mahanoy colliery at Mahanoy City Pa and is burning lercely Mine Inspector Fenton is dl resting the work of fighting tho flames Thu police of Toledo 0 claim a mur jcr mystery is attached to tho finding if tho bodies of Ludwig Krueger and wifo under the cellar of their home which had been burned by unknown murderers Robbery was tho motive Gov Willson granted a full pardon to Col Garnett Riploy assistant adjutant general who was arrested at Frank fort on a warrant charging him with perjury In a damage suit brought by Mrs Newton Hazclctt against Walker Duncan at Shelbyvillo Tho State has introduced many wit nesses in the Parrish trial at Hawes yule who told of their experiences in trying to got their money out of the wrecked bank at Owensboro The case has progressed so slowly that night ses sions aro being held Every colliery in tho anthracite region closed down Thursday in response Lan order of President T L Lewis of tho United Mine Workers of Amen ca who designated the day for celebra Lion of tho establishment of the eight hour day In tho bituminous regions Judge Cook at Hopkinsvillo grant ed a mandamus asked by the County Board of Education to compel the Fis cal Court to levy a tax to raisq 10000 for support of the common schools under provisions of tho new school law The Fiscal Court refused to make the levy on grounds that the law was unconstitutional and to make a test case This decision upholds the school law An appeal will be taken Swept Over Niagara This terrible calamity often happens bccausotho careless boatman Ignores tbo rivers warningsgrowing ripples and faster currentNatures warnings aro kind That dull paln or ache In the back warns you the Kidneys need at tention if you would escapofatal mala dies Dropay Diabetes or Bright a dl tease Take Electric Bitters tit onco and see Backache fly and all your beat feelings return After long auf raring from weak kidneys and lame back one 81 bottlo wholly cured me writes J R Blankenship of Bolk Tenn Only SOc at Ponnys Drugstore Tho body of 10 yea old Harold Moon who disappeared from Flint Mich on February 27 and who was supposed to have been kidnaped was found in Thread Lake Rewards aggregating 1300 had been offered for tho boys return to his home Ho was evidently drowned while skating Tho cleverest Imitation of real Cot roe ever yet made Is Dr Whoops Health Coffee It Is fine In fiavor and is mado In just ono minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Penny a Drug Store IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Magistrate J G Carter tis dead In WayneCol David Irvine a wealthy citizen of Madison is dead at an advance ageRov W A Cooper aged 97 and a Baptist preacher for 77 years is dead at Monticello Richmond defeated Pinevllle at basket ball at tho former place Saturday Tho score was 16 to 14 Col Samuel II Stone formerly of Madison is dead in Louisville He was auditor under Gov Bradley Mrs Emma Crawford Nichols mother of County Clerk John B Nichols Is dead at Danville at an advanced age J C Rinehart and J H Stillwcl consumated the trade Tuesday by which tho latter takes charge of the Catching Hotel London Sentinel Robert Baker W B Tatem and R H Turner all Garrard county farmers and ranging in age from GO to 70 years died last week The latter was a Con federate veteran George Stanley wanted by Federal authorities for alleged complicity in the riot at Stearns on Christmas day has been captured in North Carolina by so cret service agents Mrs W B Lee died at her home near Lowell Garrard county from an attack of rheumatism followed by heart failure She was about 39 years old and loaves two daughters and a hus bandAssistant Adjutant General Garnett Ripley was arrested on a charge of per jury The warrant was sworn out by Judge E H Davis of Shelby county charging him with swearing falsely in testimony ho gave in tho sensational damage suit filed by Mrs Josle Haze lett against Walker Duncan in Shelby county Duncan killed Hazelett during tho night rider troubles in Shelby coun ty last year CHURCH MATTERS The Methodist parsonage and reel dense of W S Jett at Jackson burned In the last 20 years church member ship has Increased twice as fast as the populationCommander Evnngcline Booth of the Salvation Army has announed her in tentlon of raising 5000000 to support a world university of humanity The Epworth League of the Methodist church will have an Easter service on the night of April 11 Tho free will offering will go toward the support of our missionary in Korea W B Bark er president Kate D Haney secy An innovation In the pastoral work of Bowling Green ministers is to bo inau gurated by Rev R H McCaslin pas tor of the First Presbyterian church Ho will shortly open an office in the business section of tho city where he will have regular office hours and receive persons who desiro to see him In any matter relating to church work The auxiliary to tho Christian Womans Board of Missions will hold its annual prayer service in the lecture room of the Christian church beginning on Tuesday April sixth with Mrs Winfred Withers as leaders Wednes day Mrs Forest McCl ry Thursday Miss Tevis Carpenter Friday Mrs John- S Baughman Saturday Mrs L B Cook Every member of the church Is cordially Invited to attend theso ser vices which begin promptly at 230 1111 Words To Freeze The Soul Your son has consumption Ills case Is hopeless These appall ling words were spoken to Geo EI Blovcns a leading merchant of Spring field N C by two expert doctors one a lung specialist Then wassholvn tbo wonderful power of Dr Kings New DlscOerlAfter threo weeks use writes Mr Blovens IIho was as well as over 1 would not tako all the money in the world for what it did for my boy II Infallible for coughs and colds its the safest surest euro of des Aerate lung diseases on earth Soc and 81 Guarnnteo satisfaction Trial bottle free Pennys Drug Store 1 Sprig Has Cub Lovely sprig has cub ad lead The birds are sfgig sags Ad for tho oben country side My heart with fervor logs Tis sweed to hear the burling Broog Ids sag slg as of old To watch the cliglg jessamine Kerchewl doggone this cold Id Rather Die Doctor than havo my feet cut off said M L Bingham of Prlncovllle 111 but youll dlo from gangrene which had oaten a way eight toes if you dont said all doctors Instead he used Bucklens Arnica Salvo till wholly cured Its cures of Eczema Fever Sores Bolls Burns and Piles as tound the world 26c at Pennys Drug- Store m iWilliam Griffin and MISS Mary Far per were married at George Evans on the 3rd r i n You cant GO wrong In Style in Quality in Tailoring in Fit if you wear one of our Hart Schaffner rIarx Spring Suits They are reliable in all the things a well dressed man looks for The latest in fabrics col orings patterns and models We guarantee them to be all wool and not to fade a Cummins 6 Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY XTRAGOO CLOTHES FOR BOYS D o 1 I are best without showing it in the price They wear so much longer that the advance over unidentified clteaj5lybuilI clothes doesnt at all cover the saving they bring One XTRAGOOD suit will survive mine boys it handling than two average suits fEvery pair of XTRAGOOD kneepants is lined all through This not only means extra endurance but also extra fullness and grace to a degree not to be found in clothes that are not TRAGOoD For Sale by H J McRoberts Stanford KyFu 6 The Interior Journal LCo WALTON = CHARLES A HARDI of Mercer county Is n candldoto for Com monwealths Attorney of tills the 13th Ju dicial dltrlct subject to the uctlou of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for circuit Judge of tbltUlenth dl tnot subject to tho Democratic party MC SAUFLEY lin candidate for circuit judge of this the lath Judicial district subject to the action of the Democratic party A WASHINGTON dispatch says that President Taft and Senator Bradley have banded and confederated together EO to speak to improve the chances of the party carrying the State in the next gubernatorial election increasing the republican quota of the Congres signal delegation and finally electing a republican to succeed Senator Paynter In this ambitious effort they are to be assisted by the Kentucky republican m members of the House The work of republicanizing the State is to be done by the judicious distribution of Federal patronage and also with lucre Sena tor Bradleys success in landing a cap ital prize has made him optimistic with which feeling he has imbued the presi dent who now regards him as almost an oracle They have gotten in full accord and although the Senator oppos ed the president for the nomination they have gotten to be the best of friends THAT the Payne bill was filled with riotous imperfections was a false pretense was designed to cover up the extravagance of the republican adminis tration that It did not redeem party pledges and that it sounded the death knell of the dominant party weresome of the criticisms passed upon the meas ure by the democrats in the House EIGIIT hundred saloons are marked for slaughter in April according to the statement of Superintendent Shumaker 61 the AntiSaloon League of Indiana Two hundred and seventyslx were wiped out in March Shumaker says that nearly 700 have been abolished since the first local option election was held in December TilE people of Naples Italy are show ing great interest in the arrival of mer President Roosevelt The brevit of Mr Roosevelts stay however will compel the abandonment of many of the arrangements which have bee made for his entertainment He probably will be able to remain in Naple- for only a few hours- REPRESENTATIVE VICTOR MURDOCK of Kansas has introduced a bill in Con gress calling upon the States to refund tao money that Andrew Jackson dis tributed among them in 1836 when the surplus from the sale of public lands reached 38000000 There is no earth ly possibility of the bill becoming a law WITU no more than a corporals guard r on hand at any time during the day the debate on the Payne tariff bill in the House proceeds wearily Two weeks already have been consumed in general discussion of the measure and the be leaf is that it is now concluded- IF the farmers had some wheat now they would be in clover May wheat was worth 122 in Chicago Saturday Thats the way of Iti prices most al ways soar heavenward after the farm ers have disposed of their products TIIERB is a bill pending in the Legis lature of Illinois to prohibit drunkards from marrying A companion bill ought to be passed making it a capital offense to become a drunkard after getting married TAFT has just drawn his first months salary6250 Dont you wish you were Taft POLITICAL The Southern Club of Chicago will give a reception in honor of Secretary of War J M Dickinson on April 10 There are six avowed applicants for Collector Samuel J Roberts job with the woods full of those who would like to have It- PreparationsI are being made for the second national peace congress which will meet May 3in Chicago Secretary of War Dickinson will preside Judge H Cook Faulkner of Barbour ville will locate at Williamsburg as soon as his resignation as circuit judge can be accepted and his successor ap pointedi weeks Commoner Mr Bryan scored Representative Fitzgerald and the other democratic Congressmen who deserted to the Cannon standard in the fight on the rules The louse Committee on Ways and Means at a full meeting decided to amend the Payne tariff bill by remov ing the duty on tea and the countervail ing duty on coffee James W Stone Game Warden of Wisconsin admitted to the Senatorial Primary Investigating Committee thatI lie lied in his previous testimony be fore that body He corrected his state ments and gave somo startling figures t 1 ute campaign funds collected from the gallG wardens w r vanresemr t It la reported in Washington that tbeI namE of former Vice President W Fairbanks of Indiana is being con sidered at the White Houzefor appoInt- ment as ambassador to the Court of St JamesThe Democratic State Central Com mlttee was In session at Lexington Ten members voted in the proceedings Thomas A Combs of Lexington was elected campaign chairman and Lexing I ton was selected as permanent cam sUbcomlmlttee hear all the contests in the Democratic party in the State r HONOR ROLL Stanford Graded School for month of March I First Grade Grace Anderson Eloise Beazley Josephine Beazley Mary I Brackett Ethel Breedlove Emily Ca menlsh Frances Corminey Frank Cor dler Sam Craig Harvey Embry George Fleece Farris Joe Grimes Janie Hock er Morris Jackson Walker Hubble Daisy Lunsford Lynn Pence Sophie Saunders Sadie Wcaren Louise Wat ers Lucile Waters Stella Walker Second Grade Sarah Traylor Clara Cash Rachel Hill John R McKmney Tilden Cooper Virgil Moore Igo Perry Bailey Dawes Third GradeBell Russell Annie R Powell Kathryne Harris Frances Em McjKinneyDawes Patience Calmese Claiborno Walton Lee Mershon Leonard Ballard Hugh R Foster Richard Arnold Hobart Arnold Clarence Singleton Fourth GradeKlein Brady Clinton Coleman Henley Cash John Cash Clarence Cooper Joe T Embry Houston Gentry Matsy Grimes Grace Hurst Jesse Hocker Nellie W Hill Mary Jarvis Lettie W McKinney Jean Paxton Martha Raney Ella Rigney Fifth Grade Maud Arnold Mary An derson Bessie Brackett Frances Brack ett Georgia Cabell Ella Eichcnberger Elizabeth Hunn Bessie Moore Eva Rankin Effie Ware William Carson Sam Embry Harry Farmer Mauric- Jarvis James Tribble Jonathan Ran kinSixth GradeMary Shepherd Cook Ethel Brackett Winnie Bibb John Thomas McAlister James Owsley Mar Moore Raney Mayme Singleton Seventh GradeWilliam Grimes AnniyGrimes Eva Moser McKinneynArnold Foreman Oca Moser Annie PesP pies Lucy Lee Walton Ella Warren Lottie Carson James Cooper Catherine Gentry May Warren limit SCHOOL FreshmanMorrison Bright Harris Coleman Annie L Gentry Lissa Holtz claw Willie Moore Emma Napier J M H Waters- SophomoreSallie Burdette Eliza beth Higgins Alice Rankin Junior Thomas Bright Walter Sing letonSenlorBerta Jean Penny George L Pickett County Attorney- of Shelby county who was attacked by Gov Willaon for the part taken by him in the perjury case against Assistant Adjutant General Garnett D Ripley whom the Governor pardoned before a trial has issued a reply to Gov Will Ions charges He explains in detail his connection with the Ripley affair and accuses the Governor of ulterior motives and a reckless use of the pardoning power During the Spring every one would be benefitted by taking Foleys Kidney Remedy It furnishes a needed tonic to the kidneys attar the extra strain of winter and It purifies the blood by stimulating the kidneys and causing them to oleminate the Impurities from It Foleys Kidney Remedy Imparts now life and vigor Pleasant to take Now Stanford Drug Co L H Matthews a farmer residing near Lexington took umbrage when linemen of a traction line attempted to cut limb from a tree belonging to himI that were interfering with wires of the traction company Matthews after warning the linemen opened fire on theta while they were going at rapid speed The shot entered the car window seriously wounding one of the linemen If you have backache end urinary troubles you should take Foleys Kidney Remedy to strengthen and buildup the kidneys so they will act properly as a serious kidney trouble may develop New Stanford Drug Co L L Pickett on behalf of the Prohi I bitionists has invited Mayor Rose of Milwaukee to a series of joint debates in Kentucky 25 in number for May I giveMayorthe lie says he will go to IIIfA tlck ordry cough can bo quickly loosened with Dr Shoops Uc7tcbloIroformnQthlng Sold by Pennys Drug Store tromWilmore J I ucemeht is offered by the Falls City A Texas Toast rClBeres to a land of corn and cotton Heres to a land of good Heros to a land neer to beforgotten For all thats noble and true Heres to the greatest of all thati greatHeres the Lone Star State Preventlcs those Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely and quickly check all colds and the Grip Try them once and seal 18 pie Sold by Pennys Drug- Store GEORGE HURIDraft Stallion at 810 to a fag Colt Also a good Mule Jack al the same price and on same conditions M S BAUQHMAN Stanford Ky Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marble and Cranito Monuments Markers and Pots Cemetery and Lawn Vases and settees Olllce anti works Mc Kinney K- yBeau Naboth 45006 By NabotH 10116 Bean XabotnV dam Nora llaugbman by Norvnl KHS by Electioneer 225 2nd dam Us In J by Metropolitan 137ibr llnmbl ton Ian 10 art dam Josephine by Mftmbrlno IRrIdam byThorntons Rattler lonu is a hnudsotue bay sbmdlunt- 3ay5 hands nt t10 and action and has proved his ability to impart his quail ties to Will stand at the barn of Felix White IS miles Houth of Htanfonl near Botnerset pike at 115 to Insure a living colt Mares from a raxelatecaweek Money duo when mares traded or parted with or bred elsewhere The best personal core taken though no responsibility for ac escapeWhen Impregnator will be used J M Ky PRESTON 922 VoJIl saddle stallion of Ken tucky Winning at all the Kentucky fairs and also nt the hu show at UufTiUoN V HI Louis Mo and Kansas City Hired by Washington No lit First dam hell by Khoderlck No 101 1emmnrken e hand high with one style and very high action It Is useleti to nay more about him at the people of this and the adjoining counties know hit record III u show horse and alto for breeding pur esHe will make the season of 1110 at my reasony Will keep mares on grass ut It per month but will not be responsible for accident or of stock Henson Is duo If morn Is othereJO IIAILKY Drub Orchard Ky DON VARRICK This magnificently bred young stallion will make the season of IPIII at my stable at Htanford KYM better known at the Dr llal le coltbonshort back heavy bono In fart the highest type of the trotter He Is by the great Onward Hllver S6J that won the JVUM Tram sylvania In n seven heat race In Iftt nnd the same year wren the I10HO tanner Memorial and the MA M In broken bents and sold for S2IUIO and later sold for liSjiu lion Var rick U bred exactly like Hpanlsh Queen that won the 1101 Transylvania In IBm making 11 record of JrtfT and was classed ns one of the big four being one of the greatest money winners on the grand last year On ward Hllvor Is by Onward one of the great est and best sont of leorgu Wilkm On wards duniwn the dam of Director the sire of that great family of trotters and pacers Don Vurrloks sat dam was by Wilkes Boy bY leorgo Wllkos a full sister to The WIIR Y If nnd half sister to Madeline Unteben the ilam of IJuliinr 210 lVlmche- sterY1G1jlllliytiVllton9tbandSRa It 23 2nd damn Mary Ilolg ire the Onus of The Wagimi Madeline latclien the dam of nubber Y Winchester Jill 4 Billy Wilton 29I and Mint t2 JDun Varrlclti dam produced Dr Conner that paced n public half mile on tho I exlng ton track at in months InlOfjnmd sold to- N W llublnger of Now oat for 1JlI HhoaUoprodncml Maggie Igo that trotted n half mile on thu mine truck lit IS montht In 111 nod sold for I3it- ilou e note the rich Inheritance of speed on both tides not n missing link for goner ation llrced to this fellow and you cant miss thu three timing every breeder looks for size IIPI and looks goo him teforo looking your mares Henson money duo when mares are parted with or bred to another horse Marcs kept at 10 cent per tiny anti all care taken but will not be re sponsible for accidents or escape- D O u PERRY Htanford Ky THE WARFIELD Trlul221 trotting Dark hay stallion in hoods fouled August 1001 lit dam Nnugh ty OIr by hex trnerlcus Zsl 4 year okl record Hnttleton yenr old record 2OOAmerican Belle a yr old 2slh and It others In 53 list II son of Onward- ltll record S r olre of Onward Hllver S OJJ and 1TO others In the 2SW list onward was sired by George Wllkeniy- Snd dam DuermnMred by Mambrlno King 1278 slruof7SIneludlni fjidy of the Manor Ol Lord Dorby 1j Heir lit lasw 2Mb six others in 210 ant dam Dotlet by Nutwood Oil the sire of 174 In the list 4thdaniToinz by Htmthmore IH sire of- 1s In the list 6th damMlllnrd b Albion Ctlt slam Ked byMnutbrlnoTho Wurflold Is a representatUe ktalllon In all thu word Implies To say that ho huts size substance and speed only In part ems phatlze the lunlltles combined in this ton of Dare Devil He has theme and they lirA of such symmetrical character Of tOlUllke hllll n stallion among ninny His bend anti neck body feet and legs are perfect and when seen Jn connectlc with hits faultless gait nnd great beauty are especially Impressive You should st thl horse before breeding You never looked at H bolter ono Tho Wurlluld Is the only stallion that ha7 dams In the great broodmare list He hoe two Mambrlno King crosses two Mam brlno Patches two Mambrlno Chief one Oh11ll01 Onward l neor11 Wilkes I 110 tlonnor 1 Nutwood 1 Mtriithmore more trottlnv crosses than nay stallion olive The Warflel Is by hare lIeU 2WW recant 209 He by Mambrlno King mi he by Mambrlno Iulnhtm W ho by Mambrlno byYltotlollterMore Dttvll Is n great winner He won the clmmploiithlpntthoNittlonal Horse Hliow Hhow In JlorsnIiluioluesallestNational Horso Hhow 1UU hurl elms l reserve Boston lturnHhowlarl class I leo10lld lfejmm2i5Illr YYtlyWflli 11IlIroLI11I80olh8M 0 WKNB MoKlnncy Ky HGRiffe McKinney Undertaker Prompt and Efficient Service Day or Night W H LAIR Hustonville Ky Ha added n tiles line of OUOOKHIKB to his MKAT MUtKrT and asks n Portion of your patronage Fresh Goods at the Lowest e Is his motto Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to soil privately my stocked Oro cerle and Hardware Doing a good btltl ness Will Invoice about tViW Ilrnion 111 health OKO D HOPIKlt Stanford Ky T F GROSS Crab Orchard Kontucky Ii now ready to servo hit old friends amid hopes tonmkomanynewones It you have n niuin or horse to castrate save the work for him nmUinv It done right He makes u specialty of castrating ridgollngi Itching SkinDiseases liquidIfor use relief and permanently cures any form if ItchingSkin 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 140 acres of good blue grass land lying ono mile North of McKinney 01 the HtuutorU pike Improvement and fencing good of water fruit Alto Its acres of timbered land one tulle East of McKinney half under fenr plent of water and good tobacco land Hce grow ngcrop JAUlVKNHAsentMcKinntyKy BlacK JoeWill make the season of 1W at our table IK miles Northwest of Htanford Ky at 111 to Insure a living colt Black Joo U by Preston Wi Kentucky greatest saddle tUl lion he by Washington j Joes HI dim Lucile byMessen RobinsonVermontKettle Robinson by Hambletonlnn he U n very line Individual block with one white foot stands hands oldfnnullddlerRndaction Bee him before you book your maresHeason duo If mare U traded or parted with All care will be taken to ovoid accl dents but not responsible should nay occur J D EAlIl4t HONH Stanford Ky Dinwiddie Co H list011 vii Ie Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods BILLY KENNEY This magnificently brrd young stallion will make the season of 119 at my plaro 4 miles north of Htnnlonl Kentucky on Den Olio pllll at 10TO INBUIIB A LIVING COLT Dilly JPllnrT 1 a brown horse JJi band high sired by notnbrnno 2JvU7 lit into h C1tVhl 2IHslrecd Inddiim by Metro wlltaniilrtiofCoIIInwoodJilfiJfiind others and dRill by Gill ht by orlllunt 4th dam by old Octoroon bib dam by Conster nation thoroughbred Uambruno 2sv S Ir1I the slri of Maggie lluuiihman SUM and others slrvd by lamliottn Wilkes the only horse living or dead to sire ailwlth roe inls better thnn 111 II nIl the greatest sire of extreme 1111 the world lanilirunos lit lam Delliihdamof JeannloO 17 Clemen line 224 anti flambruno t3 and the of lit afro by Admlnlstrutor 22VY KlmoredatnClevelaudol flickffnylor2213j4thdnnIbyDrown Pilot sire of don of at At same place and under snmti conditions I will stand my great mule Jnck TOM KEENE 118 to Insure n living colt Tom Keene tnnds 15H hands hlght with whIte points and Is n nnt 11111 Jack A number of Ids colts sold for till last full remoiiKB Hired by old Tom Keene 14- daulCole byCleaver 2nddnm West Irtl dnlll Itevlee4th 11m Urtllt Western Money duo when colt Is fouled or mute uirte l with A lien retained on nil colts until season money Is pnldr Care taken to prevent uccl dents but not responsible Ahou any occur J lieStanfonJ y PUBLIC SALE I Desiring to change my location 1 will on WKDNKHUAYAlIllLi 14th 100- 9It my home In Ireachersvllle Ky sell at lublle outcry the following personal pro- pcrtyto wit yearIlegI- In font to nek alley 1 two yenr oid horse both by Hllver King 3 1 rouryellrolclmulo well broke 2 coining threeyearold horie nuilet lug twoyenrold mru mule IKU tiles of good hay lot of baled straw 1 two bore vngon 2 buggies and harness 1 mowing nachlne some plows nod plow gear ano nuny other things 110 one Jack for Sale Ilu 1116i tmndshlgh4 years old sired by Hack tHoud ho by Tom Kuene has been tried and lea good breeder J will ut sume time arm or 176 acres This proportlullulllt1Iit amid reuuhersvllle is one of thumosttleslrnhlehnrutsIntills toealitynenrehurchpchoolhonvoanti poit rtmdngthroughthemillnnd nnd ns good in thecountyulTordtboth ipmp and tobacco having Ixten rultid on the liuid A good dwelllog house on this arm of 7 rooms n cood cellar mode out roni house n vineyard anti orchard stock barn tobacco liurn Mxwvlfl fuel to eves and bolds 7 ncros of tolnicco plso n eimnt house on farm of 4 rooms This nnd will be sold for CUI h or onuthlrU cash and renmluderIn one and two years nt 0 per cent per nnnum with lion Terms on per onul made known on day of solo- HniebegbnanllQochckAM one do siring to look ut the property will cull nt JIOLTZOLAWOript 4 t t Ladies Low Shoesd In Tans and Blacks light and heavy soles Bullons Ties ADdI Puh1118i Walkovers 350 Ultras 3 Brock port 250 They are as good as man makes They are pretty enough for the most particular l I 1J 1 I y H J McROBRTS iI STANFORD I KENTUCKY EBB3BEBEBBSEBB33B t COb PURl OLIVE OILG m Direct importation from France The jx very best for eating and fami i1 135c Half Pints 60c Pint 100 Quart V- s8 ttl PENNY DRUG STORE Btanford KentuckyI8BBB9 BB E rr The American Fence The Fence With Hinge Taint And Tension IJ t CurveoNfc f Which has placed it in tho market second to none It is bull strong pigt f tight well galvanized and of tho best Be cnier steel wire Call and see it f Some interesting prices for next 10 days Seo tho Poultry Fence wo have il GEORGE HI FARRIS Stanford f FOR SALE I A farm on Indian Creek 187 acres 255 1Il1ddlebUfltlIIIdwelllmr burn and III neceunry outbulld grusshandon or address U M IKUKINH- Mlddleburg Ky STONEWALL JACKSON JR This lino black saddle stallion was sled by tho great saddlo breeding stallion Old Htonewull This colts dam was n Denmark lie Is n nice colt Ho huts colts to toInsureUntllweaningtimee on nil colt until puld for Ilnrron miirea nude to stand by thelmproKimtor We have perfect success In this breeding LILLY BRECKINRIDGE This tine black Jack wits sired Major John 11 Harris Imported lack Ho will make tho season of 1W11 at my barn nt 19 to Insure u colt until weaning time JIll gut of itousnowun my farm to show for his good breeding He Is a sure foul getter A TTllAYUm A HONK Pleasant lUll Breeding K nu Btunford ItsK D Ho 4 So 0 Q Lincoln Bonds for Sale 4 Per Gent 8fmI Annually On HATUHDAY Allllb 10 Bon at 1 1I0ui0door e undersigned commissioners will soil nt pub llo outcry to the highest bidders till bonds fortimeintlireuolld consistin ofO ooluhor AXI each duo and payable In 10 years from I1Wq with the privilege Of redeemlugn 7 years MerlesDof 1100 conslstlna of 20 bondof tU each duo unit payable la 15 year rudoom Horlostof JWAiO consisting of SO bonds of irco each duo and payable In Yr l years s from May L 1No but with the prlvlleuo of 11r redeeming In 18 yeurs r o Haiti filteredfrontpercent payobI81t1II1lInnuRII R hur Dchper JHOwsjoyJr+ pndW H F 4 J r Carpets Mattings Druggets t if t t ML 1i 4Ii To toy our liug oPftbovo gooods arc the prettiest we lmvoovcr R shown Or tkay tho stock is much Inrgdr than usual iocsnt in tti ti tercstfou especially but to tell you wo will eavo you money be erd Acatiw our prices are less than others ask ought to interest you j711 ttK Now Spring stock just in The t BTAHFOUD KY Ariui 6 190 s L 1 FINE lino of Heels Poles Line and y 4 alt other Jlithlng Tackle at lennyl Drug Store o I Mi98 ELIZABETH SIMPSON of Garrar t Is with Mrs L M Goodnight MR K M NEWLAND spent aover I r days in Lexington and Louisville MRS CATHERINE MCCLAKY Ipent some time with Lexington friends R MR L A FARISS of Somerset patI ed through to Richmond yesterday WlLUAU the infant son of Dr and I Mrs W N Craig U ill tin L J IARRIOIN of Wayne county was here with old friends last week MR J M MCCARTY is at Olympia Springs trying to get rid of rheum turn MRS MATTIE NEVIUS is visiting her daughter Mrs J E Buck at Gilbert k t RUTH CULBERTSOK of Coving ton spent a week with HuitonvllI friend Miss LILUE GARNER of Crab Orel aid has been the guest of Lexingto r friends ROUERT MORELAND and bride were hero with relatives Sunday MRS CLEVELAND ROSE of Canarc was tho guest of her sister Mrs J C Eubanks DR JAMES W GUEST of Loulavilll spent several days with his parents at Crab Orchard f MRS J B WILLIS of Crab Orchard has been visiting friends hcroRich mond Register MR C Eo GENTRY of Oxford 0 p attended the burial of his brother Mr Richard Gentry MR BLYTIIB GENTRY of Newburn Tenn attended the burial of his rela live Mr Richard Gentry MRS S M SAUFLKY and son Shel ton Marshall Saulley are over iron with the homcfolks Journal says that a little daughter has arrived at the homo of Eld and Mrs Joe Severance Dn R R HOURIQAN wife and son of Marion county came up yesterdAY t 1 to visit the family of Mr H C Rupley CLAIUORNB C WALTON attended the birthday party of his cousin Maste Owsley Walton Lexington Saturday MRS H C FAIIRIS of Stanford who has been visiting relatives hero has returned homo Somerset Times CArT J B of Jullico Is now conductor on the through passen gcr run between Cincinnati and Atlan ta MR AND MRS JOHN II SHANKS who have resided at Wutaonvillo Cal for several years are expected to arrive here this week MISSES PAULINE AND MARGARET HOCKEH who are attending college In Lexington spent several days with the homefolks here Mn AND MRS WILL SEVERANCE ol Stanford arrived yesterday to spend a few days with Rev Severance and family Frankfort Journal J 1 MISS MARY Buncil has already beer to teach in the School the Dea at Masse Is touching nowMiss 1ATTiE ALCORN returned Saturday front DeLand Fla wherry she t had been for some time She left her brother Mr Kindrick Alcorn doing C W METCALF of the Pine villa Sun was here Friday returning the bedside of his brother Mr Metcalf who is very ill at his II home In Doyle LOCALS CLOTHES French cleaned Cook J Farmer SEE new line linen wash suits at V Hughes Martin Cos r HEAR the ladies quartet Friday night at the Christian church Miss ETHEL FETTRO will sing one of most effective solos at the recital Friday night I FOR C Brown Leg horn eggs Improved laying strain Mrs R L Berry Hustonville Ky Phone 833 rings S 1 FOR SALES C Brown Leghorn eggs from selected show stock the large size ahd fine laying strain Rus I New Clocks and Watches at Muc lers FOUND a bunch Claiborne C Walton WANTED to loan 1800 on real estate L R Hughes Stanford BEST line of wall paper and matting Gov WlLLSON pardoned the Stanford Water Light Ico Co for fat uro to make reports to the auditor wTIIERB will be a meeting of tho Stanford Hop Club at Cummins Wearen store Friday night at 730 oclock Ge D Florence president FOR SALEAt a very low figure the Jones resturant A splendid stand and good chance to make money For par Ueulara see L It Hughes Stanford MILLINERY OPENING I will have my Spring and Summer millinery openln Saturday April 10 All tho ladles aro invited to attend Mrs T F Grosi Crab Orchard- Foa nlco rooms on firat floor In the D S Carpenter property in Huftonvlllo Recently repaired And in Rood condition Call on or write to Mr Carpenter r I RAVE moved to my storeroom on East Main street and am prepared to do uptodate plumbing and tinning Como In and see tho best roofing on the market W K Warner CnARLES LEVITCH whoclerked for Sam Goldstein for several months waa arrested In Louisville on a charge of using the mails in a conspiracy to de fraud Ho was released on a bond ol 1000 A CITY ordinance appears elsewhere which our people should read and heed An effort is being made to prevent tho spread of contagious diseases and to that end every good citizen will lend a helping hand Miss Bessie quite a number of tho Christian Endeavoren from hero to Crab Orchard Sundn afternoon and organized a Christian Endeavor for them They organizes with about 20 members MR W LOGAN WOOD who has made Danville a most excellent chief of po lice Is a candidate for reelection am heres hoping he will win by thousands There art low if any better men than Logue us his friends hero call him and tt Lincoln county people could deaden oVcr the line they would elect bin by an enormous majority WE with other democrats enter a solemn protest against the proposition made by Judge J S Owsley to Judgi M C Sauflcy to let tho voters of Lin roll county determine which shall be the nominee for circuit judge Judge Saullev very wisely declined to accept because others might enter the race and for the additional reason that the district committee adopted another method But our chief objection lies in the fact that such a course would disfranchise tho voters in other coun lies The successful party Is to be our judge as well as Lincolns judge and wo want to exercise tho right to vote for our choice County lines are oblit orated in this contest and we are opposed to close communion In ono corner if the district Lot us avoid complica Lions Lancaster Record GENTRY After nearly lour months Mr Richard Gentry dial nt the Good Samaritan Hospital Lex- Ington at 330 Friday morning Pe Lased was born In this county in Sep ember 1865 and the greater portion of his lifo had been spent in this com Infinity Abyut 15 years ago Mr Gentry removed to Lexington whero his genial disposition gathered to him a legion of steadfast friends vho sincerely sorrow hie untimely end lie Is survived by two brothers Capt Robert R Gentry of this place and C E Gentry of Oxford 0 andone star Mrs Eliza Blain of this place ThU remains were brought to the home of Capt Gentry Friday night and on Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock all that was mortal of this generous honest man was lowered to its resting place In Buffalo cemetery after a short ser vlco by Rev D M Walker A largo umber of including many Lexington Eagles of which order Mr Gentry was a member assembled atbls bier to pay the last tribute of reo poet to their departed friend Covert AND SILK Tina weather demands a light wrap See our sow line of tbefio goods Coats at 5 to 1050 Black Coats at 5 to 1250 Silk Coats at 5 to 2200 TUB signal service predicts cool r weather for today SEE my lino of wagon and buggy har nose J C McClar WANTED a goody hand to milk Address Box 196 Stanford Ky WANT to buy buggy mare or geldin mare preferred Dr G G Perry 2t EGGS for sale from Redhens Wild Mallard ducks and Toulouse geese Mn W J Edmiston Crab Orchard Ky CALL in and see my splendid line of Spring and Summer suitings pants and vests I can please the most fastidious H C Rupley JUST of Webber Wagons also we have on hand Hoosier Corn Drills Disc Harrows and other farmln implements See us before placln your order Coffey Bishop More land FOR RENT After May 23rd corner suite of rooms in I 00 F building Very suitable for lawyers offices Adjacent to county court rooms Now oc cupled by J N Saunders Apply to J W Ireland SEASON OPENS First ex cursion to Cincinnati via Queen Cre cent Route will be April 25th Ther will be a base ball game between the Reds and the Plttsburgs Schedule or excursion trains will be about the same as last year W C Rincarson general passenger agent SALE OF BANKSTOCKS On Monday April 12th 1909 county court day between 1 and 2 P M wo will sell public ly In courthouse yard in Stanford 16 shares in National Bank of HustonvilU 10 in Lincoln County National Bank and 20 in McKinney Deposit flank The Hustonvillo bank pays a 10 per cent dividend the others G Cash Baugh man Harris and Hagin admrs J F Cash THE Cincinnati Enquirer in a recent notice had the following conccrnin Miss Em Smith who will play at tho recital Friday night at the Christian churchuA plaintive theme was an nounced then in a violin solo give with a beautifully sustaining tone by Miss Em Smith Mr Tirindelliis to be on his orchestra It Is capable of nuance and interpretive ca pacity Tho orchestra evinced a vitality that would have dono credit to any professional organization AN immense crowd gathered at Wal tons Opera house Friday night to wit ness the of Mrs Wfgg of the Cabbage Patch rendered by Miss Harrietta Jones nnd a number at Stanford gentlemen and ladles Tin play was given under tho auspices of tho United Daughters of the Confeder acy and a snug sum was realized which will go to the John Morgan Monument Fund The show was good iron start to finish and those who took part have reason to feel good over the man ner in which they acquitted themselves Sumo of the parts were difficult but thoso who played them were equal to the occasion and acted like veterans of tho stage Miss Jones made a capita Mrs Wiggs and as Miss Hazy Mrs W A Tribblo was par excellence Misi Fettro played the role of Lovey Mary to perfection and favored the audience with a beautiful vocal solo As Mis Lucy Miss Sallie Taylor Woods was all that could be desired and as Mesdames Eichorn and Shultz Mrs Kathryn Benz lay and Miss Mary Higgins were excel lent Miss Berta Jean Penny made a splendid Asia and as Australia and Eu ropcna Misses Lettie Walker McKin ney and Mary Moore Raney wero first rate George Dunlap Hopper portray jd Mr Stubbins in a most realistic way while Dr T W Pennington as Mr Wiggs and Walter Milburn as Mr Bob icted their parts to perfection Jim lob Newland was fine as Dilly Wigga und Russell Brown as Chris Hazy was 11 Little Dorothy Tribble mado tho utest kind of a Tommy W 0 Mar tin was clever as sheriff and Prof J N Vigginton and Alfred Pence as H Jones and Brother Spicer played their parts nost The drills were well executed and greatly enjoyed by ho largo crowd It was a high clase loftormance and those who witnessed It felt well repaid for their time and money spent The U D Cs Miss J6nea and the others who took part aro entitled to a vote of thanks for giving our people one of tho cleanest and best seen here for a longtime NEWNEW No more trouble about getting Needles for your Sewing Machine Wo have just put in a new stock of Needles Shuttles and Bobbins Come in and see this wonderful cabinet t 1 JlI Interior Journal PERSONALS dangerously sCreek IMIJ 111Frankfort eengaKed aorthampton tnlrely 1from 1her SALEPuraS keys RENTFour took illness openhearted acquaintances Top Coats COATS changeable Covert KY near Mgr- EXCURSION congratulated performance satisfactorily lerformances ALL the latest effects and novel designs in pattern hats Our prices and goods aro guaranteed to suit purse and taste Misses VanDeveer Tim Eighth District Christian Endeavor Convention will meet in Stanfor April the 30th and May 1st Every body is cordially invited A good pro gram has been arranged MILLINERY OPENING r will have 11Y Spring und Summer millinery opening Friday and Saturday April 9 and K and invite the ladldsto call and inspec my goods Mrs C M Young High land Ky IN compliance with proclamation of the Governor and suggestion of Stat Superintendent Crabbe Arbor Day was observed with fitting ceremonies at Stanford Graded School last Friday afternoon All tho grades from second to Junior class of high school plant ed a tree Appropriate exercises wen held at each tree and several were christened and given names The pu pals used spade and hoo and did their own work thus fostering a spirit tha will make for the betterment of the pupiland the beautifying ofthegrounds A splendid sentiment is engendered by such occasions Aesthetic culture is pro pagated and these trees will speak to future generations of the patriotic spirit and happy recollections of school life of those who participated for as the Bard of Aron says There an tongues in trees sermons in stones and good In everything G WArmstrongCo Dealers In Wall Taper Also carry n splen did line of Groceries Holt Drinks Etc Main Street Htutonville Kentucky NOTICEA- m prepared to do roof painting nt the lowest polbleI1rWCL lllack paint irk Ilrsquare and too i er squar on rubber and baler audGoo per square log red valor on metal J W BTENVAHT llowlnnd Ky A WORD TO YOU 1 In nil the time I have been In tho tobncc business over 5lyenrsI have never Oder ed nor knew any manufacturer to offer 8 better line of tobacco both Natural Lea Twist for smoking and chewing and Ircssei Ohewlll Tobacco than i now offer Orders solicited through your Jobber or direct by mall Inscriptive price list promptly fur nlibcd on application It H MAUTIN Junction City Ky Keiuember the old ttnndby brands Old Urodhenil Old KentuckyIfollleanti IllueCrahu- nterCHESTER S Thus ion of Chester Darn will mnke the InIlulonvlltoUKHOHIPTION AND ITHIUIIKK He U a black with stir In 10rellOdtld hands high with oil the Btyle ebllructerlallc of till Chester Uun fondly n good acting horto and it proven breeder Hee him before booking your mares If you aro looking font liood brwder at living price Hired by Clue ter Dllrelot deal by Tulettraph end don by Hippy byMambrlno Chief J NO U LYNN- lluktonvllle Ky BEST OPPORTUNITY OF ALL Richest and Most Productive Land with Unfailing Artesian Wells Seven hundred nud sixty acres of land HI fertile as that ot the Ud ol tile Nile red choeolato and dark snndy loalu ns well as heavy rich black alluvial soul On It are two boldly nod constantly flowing artesian wells One of them alone will furnish suet dent water to Irrlgutu till entire which Is fenced and cross fenced und hn81111 necessary Improvements In the way of dwellings sheds unit barm nil new On It growing and In excellent condition lire Ibl trull trees of different varieties for price nnd terms address Ed L Klrehearty corner Navanro nnd Crockett streets Hun Antonio reins Commissioners Sale Ii Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to n Judgment of the Lincoln jebruorltermSelrt against Jno FOashs heirs the under ilgned Commissioner will between the noun of 1 and 2 p x on MONDAY APRIL Ir hues ounty court day offer for sale lit pUbllo intcry to tho highest and best bidder lu trent court house In Stanford Ky the allowing property In Turnonvillo Lincoln county Ky lTho storehouse nnd lot bounded on the North b thlHlllntord and Hustonville pike 011 the East and South by the IlIlIdot Jaiuet UcUormlck and on the West by the McKlu ley nndUotleys Mlllplkecontnlnlngnbout 8 acres nnd I hero n torehouse lint dwelling combined on this lot and It lu n splendid stand for n general tore t TheNeal property which Is bounded on tho North by iuo of MUx Huu Dul his and Martin McUormlck on the East ilcConnlckV church turnpike on tbut outb by Htnnfordand turnpike nnd 011 the West the land of Mrs lien flood containing between Sand U lIre This lot onuilin n a story frame dwelling nod out nilldlngsTKHMsTho sales will bo made on n iredlt of six months the purchasers will bll required to give bonds for the price good security payable to the Jommlssluner bearing per vont Interest rom date of sale until paid ecuretorce nnd effect of n Judgment and hy lien on the land rue present lessees of 10 No1 have bu prhlullo ot extemhing heir leille two years front April I 11W and Lot No X U leased until Jan 1 MO PM McKQUKIlTH8pcelaI OomV tx IU8SEVERANCE SON STANFORD j1j0jjjj rlgbt1Tribble L R HughcsT W Humble W 0 Martin Linen Wash suits We have just received beautiful line of Linen Wash Suite fiThese suits are in all colors beautifully trimmed and the mere fact they arc made by theQueca Skirt Co is sufficient recommendation for the very latest in Styles Quality of Goods C We invite your inspection and guarantee quality of goods fit and pri- ceIIUGiIES MARTIN CO- Dry I Goods Notions STANFORD ShoesI IIHae you missed something Have ou missed style in your clothes paid n fair price for your JarinCllta and found that after n few weeks they slopped out and hung like n rag on u bean pole Then you ruiB8- ed the tailoring the baud workIInd the snot workulutehip thatt got to be in the clothes we sell Everything you pay Jar is there We dont keep prating of 840 suits for 810 or 830 outfits for 8033 That manner of do o ing has faded away lu place of it we offer honest values in pile of style suits this Springs vintage with nil the snap to them that youre apt to look for W a Perkins Crab Orchard DOCK GRAYRhetlmil ponyIN lushes tall owned by Hugh Held Poster will make the trillion nt 110 to lnsurun Irving colt 1W Is 11111 imported pony that cost IL O In the HhoUnnd Islands 10111 regarded by horsemen as the lest pony In xenlucky defeating nil cuaters In the show ring In hail Lien retained onall colts until season U pntd Mares pnrliil with or and uocomei dun Will make the wniion at my turlllJOliNH FOnT H Stanford Ky rH l tt l Il tJ kth1at l k n Wt TRANSFER EflORSiY Is ay LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE I FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE GOMPilHY IlcanPcatlLn r flx i 4 41w f The Interior Journal Entered in ht Poet Olfice ell Stanford tU Htendefatt matter L1N TIME TKBL No llHouth llHp M j NoSJHOUtlln 0a A II- i No II North 4 HO A X No W North Biff V H t No TT 1047 AM No 240 t M JOS S RICE Agent The Truth Every person in this city who is suf fering from Eczema Pimples Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp dis else can find relief and be permanent Jy cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi external use Alt durggists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE A S PRICESurgeon Dentist ITANFORD KENTUCKY Office over HcRoberta Drug Store in the Owaley Buildiup Insures Tobacco and Tobacco arns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 34 omce M Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedAdorinas Fox u Is a handsome large young Jersey Dull de moat long and unbroken the le- land dotedi the bulls and cows on t of Jersey England and America Ills lire II one or the boat bulls ever Imported i and his dam is a show cow that has given CI bellleveLikesome Ancestor and have n strictly good cow you should avail yourself of his ser Tlce lie will be allowed to serve n limited number of approved registered cows out side of our own herd thus year for a fee of 13 each Moke engagement before sending cow to be bred tOTTKH Telephone Stanford Ky NDWe have to offer three extra choice ball calves that will bo sold at right prices At McKinney Ky You can find our Standard Remedy the known1n ney Trouble and oil diseases arising from Impure blood it has no equal It Is manu factured under the pure food act of June stOe and guaranteed the manufacturer Ii a the tlml17 is taken according to directions nndi he or she Is not benellted by the use moneyWecontains 301 doses with a registered guaran tee and mailing Card with full Insf uctloni We send it to any address by mall on receipt of II per package or six packages for 13 Belter order a box today If taken In time you might sane a big doctors r lll RememberIf you take tho Remedy accord lag to Instruction nnd are not bnuftflted ou our back You wilt not rmdttiervaitdyln drug stores for sale It it sold only bv our duly authorized agents IlU lO WILLIAMH Ag- entCONCRETING j We are In position to do all kinds of con creting such an Work Pavements 4 and In fact wo can make any thing from r t house down to a fence post We can srryon promptly and guarantee antrds-work and material and get our Aces before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS KysJLBeazleyCo Under Hirers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRuge Twill o exchange Furnituro for all Kinds of Stock Givo Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClaryp Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In HarnessSaddlory STANFORD KY 6Ct Phone 1CT iloraiiPhono a- mrr b c n PrimaryI in the 13th Judicial Districtmade by the Demo cratic District Committee 1 A primary election is hereby called to be held in the several voting pro cincta of Lincoln Boyle Garrard and Mercer counties between 6 A M and 4 P U on Saturday May 15 1909 for the purposo of nominating democratic candidates for the offices of circuit judge and Commonwealths attorney in and for the Thirteenth Judicial District of Kentucky to be voted for at the regular 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 to bo a candiaate for the democratic nomina tion for circuit judge or Common wealths attorney shall not later than April 30th 1909 give notice of such in tention in writing to GL Penny chairman of the District Committee of tho Thirteenth Judicial District and in addition candidates for the nomination for circuit judge shall at the time of giving said notice deposit with tho 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 P M and if at the expiration 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 tho conditions of Section 3 then the committee will declare to bo the nominee for the office sought that per son who is tho only candidate and shall refund to such candidate the entrance fee paid by him less his proportion of the costs already accrued from advertising and preparing for the election 6 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 6 Upon the closing of the polls the officers shall proceed to count the bal lots and to make returns and in so doing 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 trict who will deliver the stubbooks tho certificates and any questioned bal lots to this committee 7 The officers of election shall bo se lected from lists to be offered by the candidates in accordance with the pro visions of the primary election law by the district committeeI8 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 tho name of one per ion 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 of the district is die rected to employ a person to copy from tho regular registration books made in Danville and Harrodsburg in 1903 the names of all democrat and the person so employed shall return the copies certified as required by law to the chairman who shall cause them to be duly delivered to tho officers of election The chairman is further directed to cause to be printed and prepared for use the requisite number and kind of ballots which shall bear the facsimile procureicause them together with the ballots to ho delivered to the officers of elec tion as required by law 11 The chairman will causo copies hereof certified by himself and the sec rotary of the committee to be posted- at the 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 40days prior to May 15 1909 and said notice shall be published in each democratic newspaper in the district- G L PENNY Chmn CHENAULT HUGUELY Secy Mr F Q Frltts Oneonta N Y wrItesliMy little gIrl was greatly beneflttod by taking Foloya Orino Laxative and I think It is the best remedy for constipation and flyer trouble Poleys Orlnd Laxative is best for women and children as It in mild pleasant and effective and Is a splendid spring medicine as It cleans es the system and clears the complex ion Now Stanford Drug Co It is reported that Prcaiden Gomez may turn over the Venezuelan Govern ment temporarily to J A Velutini to avoid complications in the event that President Castro should claim the place be vacated when ho left Gomez in charge Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoots Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25o box Sold by Pen nyspiugStoreIA fire which started in Baldwins jewI OOOolrylstore at Shelbyville ausedalO- I Thomas Wilkinson UndertakerMtSlem Prompt and Efficient Service Day or Night FRUIT OftNAMENTALiTftEES Kverythlns for Orchard Law und Gar y for cAtalogue- II V MILLKNMEYKU A BON- RLexington Ky 149 CHECK AT A IAR AIN I won In an advertising contest given by the anloaburg Piano Co of Ualesburg III n check for IU which It transferable and which will be accepted for Its face value as payment on any of their us I bare no need for this check It would pay wishing to buy n piano to call on or write me for further Information OliO- fWOlATIUUK Mnyvood Ky CUT FLOWERSJFOR SALE- I can furnish the public with the best ni well ni the freshest or cut flowers plant of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on notice Also make a IlICIRUyof wreaths purposesIn above Ilmvo Ml kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prices OHUIHTMAK niKEflIOUHK KD JIUHIIAlin 1BOH Stanford Ky CHOICE GOODS Foaled May 510Hblack with white points 152 hands Mired by istdamnChennulvtlenToni he by llulknan net aIT Jumbo Will makethe season of 1010 at my farm J miles from ifustonvllleon the IIIklllk-lr for Jennets and10formsrestoInsure- I will also stand several other jacks at 110 for mares Also several stallions at 110 to Insuroallvln colt Gross furnished at H withforfeitsmoney due JK HAUGHMAN Himonvllle Ky Dorsey Goldduit 12052 Full brother to XstelleNb SID Hired by Zllcadiaoldduit4l by Gold dust lio by Vermont Morgan and on to MorganThe Zllcndl OoMduit was by an ImpArablan Htalllon Zllcidt The dam Dorsey OolddUit Is Florence b Uolden lIngo a son of Gaffs Comet Morgan and on toJustin morgan NOTE This Is an Intensely inbred Morgan Rtalllon the blood now In demand A dappled bay black points 10 hands high stallion of great beauty with speed and endurance and unexcelled us n producer of high class show road and Eastern horse Tim records of his produce both In show nnd sale rings prove iii vnlue and merit ns a producer of line road show and sale horses The present season will lie made at my barn 2H miles from mnnforditt JiOtoliuure a living colt Money duo when colt comes or mart parted with Mares kept on gross at like ixrday Good care given but no respon sibility for accidents or escapes FIIKID Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to n Judgment of the Lincoln circuit court rendered at tbn November term ItW In the action of F F Ilobliltt against Jesse Guest etc The undersigned OomrwlllonMONDAY APRIL WTI1 1WO county court day In front of the court house square In Stanford Kv oiler for sale at public outcry to the highest and boat bidder u lot of uboutm i oles of land 0 mite South of CraW Orchard In Lincoln Co adjolningthe lauds of F F HobblltKYI 1J1 OWllu1 Ann Guest and Logan Guest The object ofthe sale Is to tutlify withIn ment of deft J F Iloldiim for flU terest nlalntllTliohbltt mm for1SwftbInteresttfrom Feb2 ltlwandIJScosts besides the costs of this acUo- nTfUMHTho sale will Ira made on a credit of six months Bond with good se curity for the purchase price bearing Inter est from date having the force and effect ol n judgment anti also secured by lien on the land will be of the mrchaser JlllAXTON MnsterC- omnrCommissioners sale I Lincoln Circuit Court John A Pitti Ilnlntirr TI M D Knrr Drendllllt Noteeofsale tieImiry term undersigned Commit stoner will between I and 2 P Mln front or till court house In Stanford Ky on MONDAY APRIL ISTII IM county court tiny offer for snlont public out cry to the highest and best bidder the uIHII- vhJed ono firth Interest of M U Karr In the house and lot on the Southwest corner of Main street und Ouf Oft pike in Stanford Lincoln County Ky thus describe- dlogmnningoilthelvortheastcorner of the ievernncu lot on Slain street with Main street Si hot to the corner of the Hev ranco house thence nt right angles with line through sodlottoa-stonuinismcaimiley that runs Kiist and West then o East with said alley to corner on said alley running North and South thence North along alley to time beginning The object of the sale Is to sntlify plain Ills Judgment for SdloiIl with 0 ercentin crest from March 22 ItflX and the costs TKKMH The sale will be made on a credit of six months The purchaser will be required to glvo bond for the purchase price with good security feet ofajudgment paynbfutotheCoumuis loner bearing legal Interest from date of sale until paid and also secured by lien on the sluiro sold J n PAXTON MASTKK COMU J N HAUXDHIM Atty for plalntllT PRESTON KING Iteg No SflOB A 10111 U lieautlful bay saddle stallion 152S hands foaled Juuu lied Ills sire Will the greatest show horse n Kentuckx lie hUB balance ilgh action and the IllllIndicated by those bloodlines lie has the long thin neck strong short hack delicate head well set heavy tail tint bono clean hock mid good foot end eyes so characteristic of the gut of the Ucnmurks We fuel that lreUolIllnR1M- ClUedocuon and Individuality must add to our Kentucky hone and we ask for him a liberal patronage This richly bred young horse hat all tho qualities of i R rent sire anti style Ills prucml neat blood line come to him through se ected stock Preston wsi his sire was the greatest show horse of ids day winning at all the fairs and horse hows taking the him string at Ht Ixmls winning atm You see tint Iroston King can not help but ben great saddle horse Mire Ills dam Nelly sen was by VnnMetern King TC tracing to Stonewall Jackson end on Ills sires side to Washington Denmark IlinnuiitK Hired by IrestonftSby Wash ington 51 by Oromwcll W Denmark 01 1st dam by ifanMetersling robynilverKIng by On Time by Htone 118 Rubbles great show horse Sad dam Jlp by tho famous CaboUi Lexington by Gists Illack Hawk V H sire tifanmAliceUbyHarps dam Maud V 4u by H- Tien MS Mares will bo kept at month Rt owners risk They will receive the most careful attention Mares sold oc feebecomesWill make season of lieu nt our place at 110 to Insure n living colt Also will stand ono good black jack four years old at f10 to insure u living colt ff1lAQ L DUDUURAK Rowland Ky Phone 1IS1X t fA 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 r E T PENCE STANFORD KYn nn FOR SALE I Ithorse pow tailor and engine and taw mill for 1010will tell either or both OmlAab IataxOttenheimKyTb- mstpnlce Vnjuosburjj Ky DEi15COLLECTED we collect newt clnlm and Accounts in- anyparlofthdollettMlatee No charge unless Uollectloni promptly re wilted Try us BOYDlitJelLFOTION AOENOS Somerset Ky The Joseph Price Sanatorium Nortli knclter Street tanford Kentucky For Treatmen t l DI on fsof the Eye Nose Throat Ear IltDltoUrlnRr HrclnlOrgaus Nervous BjriWiu and Surgery MASONS MEET Lincoln rats loOO FA A Mwlll wMl- hl stated cotniiiuilcitton on each first and third Monday Isidtnof each month ut rmU oclock In thetf 111 on Main street Stan fonlKy MniJitMrn or sister lodges ore fru Penny1yMNotice Poultry Raisers NuVls the tlmtstfyearlofeed your fowls a good tonic H 11 1 cures Cholera Ones lloup canker n i Uluitierneclc when fed nl a preventlo It110101111 keeps them healthy but males thow guaranteedbythe guarantee Aile for booklet on diseases of poultry Q D CARTER Now tEvorvDcsfjot Stroot Phone 96 STANFORAeKENTUCKY Eczema is Curable ZBMO scientific preparation rot external use Stops itching Instantly and destroys tlbt germs that cause akin diseases EutOft Jlekly yields and ii permanently ttutd by this remarkable medicine All Dfligclste Write for sam pie E W Role Med Co ScLouUMo Penn J Drug Store When Ordering Clothes Have your meusOls taken by a tailor of ox Then rexir dollies whethera low price business WSI or the finest evening clothes will lace Ibnt Individuality and nt which plainly lnliiite they were made to your measure 1 will also take your meas urn for extra Irtftutvr fancy vests top ooats and overconlv Spring and Hummer i unples on hnndrily lor your ins ectIon 110 1t1IL TheTallor Stanford ICy Mahony Rankin INSURANCEFire and Tornado Farm Property a Specialty of the J dl ng companies of time world repreentel Outiineta In rates with p0yIng suit In the tilitoi of this agency Losses promptly pall mind without discount No waiting sb days ear your money liefnro In luring cnllo- aMAHONY RANKIN The Insurance Nan of Stanford Weak KidneysWe- ak Kidneys su sl point to weak kidney Nerves The Kldrtjrt ilk tbs Jltn sad the orranItselfand strengthen thefl pr hoops Kcftonur Is a medicine tpednOUr red to reach tbest TO000WrtheKidneytaloneis will Ifyonr back ached or is weak U the nrtn scalds or Is dark and rttoar 11f you bars snaDtoiai of Brtrbta or other or da 1H klJ Tab1do ShoopsRstorallv PENNYS DRUG STORE 5S SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY MILLINERYi The Charles Wheeler Emporium Hustonville Ky Invites you to the largest MILLINERY SE LECTION we have ever shownff Styles up to tIle minute Prices beyond competition Wo also etnto that our Spring Lino is now complete To save mnnoyconic nllllIICC and ho convinced Our Spring Line of Shoos fur Indies Misses and Children and our tine of Gents Slices will certainly please Ilnimn nUll Wnlkovur lines are liummcn find faro strictly reliable Yours for nn honest deal ClIAIll 4 WlIIJKfWt Highest Market Prices Paid For Eggs Hides Furs Hens lie Roosters 4 to 4 l2c Chickens 9 to 10cIDucks 10 to 1O l2c f J Geese 6 to 7c- Turkeys 12 to 14c Scrap Iron Guineas 20c a Piece Rubber H B NORTHCOTT Stanford Ky I r This is the new COMBINED EDGE and FLAT DROP SUPERIOR CORN PLANTER Investigate before placing your order W H HIGGINS r 0- n