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Digital page images are linked to the text file. q t 1 1 Mfr l 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL J IVOL xxxviiSTANPORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 9 1909 MO 12J I Lincoln Countys Now ConrlIIouKts I11AllItwill look when Contractor Knirfter turtiM over the Iteya to the County Officer John Z Spoonamore Of Stanford a consecrated church member an exemplary Christian geq tlcman and a member of tho official P board for years hat answered roll call At Quarterly Conference the last time in the church militant and gone to take position in tho church triumphant Ho pasted through tho light and shades i t appointments and disappointments of 61 years and while his bow was abiding In t Btreucth and his natural forces had not abated that hidden uncertainty death i i came upon him BO suddenly and swept him away BO quickly it appears that hoI has laid aside his farming business and gone away for n visit to another part I of tho country and will come back home in a short time It la a fact that men never recover from being boys it matters not how old they may becomuthe boy crops out now and then all tho way down the lane of life His later actA and deeds were evidence of a well ordered youth lie was reared did not grow up un guarded hU habits were well chosen and his character above suspicion a manly man a firm friend kind neighbor faithful father and devoted hus band To him his church was full of meaning every movement and occasion was interesting ho was all attention clear through Tho last district confer ence he attended less than one year ago was a feast to him lie saw heard and took all in As a steward he filled the office In finance ho was the cmbodyment of liberality his mon ey flowed Into the treasury of tho Lord for religious purposes Among tho last wt prayers at tho family altar ho asked Father God to help him do more for Zions onward and upward movement He was an all round great man in his field of effort His force of character was In selfgovernment and quietude He did not talk much but lived more Ills words multiplied many times on the thought of those who heard him speak Ills homo was the product of a wiao combination between himself and wife t for religious nnd temporal purposes They modeled after the Joshua resolu Ion as far me and my house wo will servo the Lord Ho was a priest and his wife a daughter of Aaron and the altar stood and tho Incense ascended He was the father of 10 children two babes are in tho glory land with him six sons and two daughters mourn his lou but ho loft them a heritage more valuable than gold A good name and a clean charactert 4 But ho Is gone we will never see an other liko him God never repeats Ills work In tho field of nature or on the high pIano of grace Ho did good ser vice in his day and for his generation and loft the world better than ho found it Ho used tho world but did not abuse it Ho used this world according to Cods appointment and that Is to get to that better nnd brighter world and succeeded Old death got his body only and when tho old earthly house fell his soul escaped unhurt and rose superior to higher claims and lasting conditions in that land where tho shad ows never fall and sighs and sorrows do not enter and death is shut out forever Goodbye old friend but not forever I believo in my soul thero is another life and a sweet land beyond tho sun J tho loved and lost to our vision whereI will appear and partings will e more W P VAUGHN Somerset Ky Dont drug tho Stomach or stimu late the Heart or Kidneys That is wrong It Is tho weak nerves that are crying out for help Vitalize these weak Inside controlling nerves with Dr Snoops Restorative and see how I quickly good health will come to you again Test it and sect Sold by Pen nys Drugstore 1 0 MIDDLEBURG Dr W L Lowder has hung out his shingle at Uastlna mill on Knob Lick and will practice his profession Dr William Sweeney who is taking a graduating course at tho Louisville Medical College Will return in Juno and locate here for the practice of medicine It seems to us that a letter majled hero Wednesday morning ought to reach Stanford in time for publication in Fri days issue of tho I J but it frequent ly tails There must be some misera bly careless handling of mall somewhere along tho route Miss Maude Hatter died at the home of her father C C latter near Yo Semite Saturday morning and was bur led at Calvary church Sunday afternoon j Miss Hatter was a member of the lisp tiit church hero and was said to be a most excellent young woman Elsie Gadbcrry is being favorably spoken of us an available candidate for either county superintendent or county clerk He will likely be nominated by the democrats for one or the other of these offices Ho is a moral orderly walking young man and qualified for any oflko in the county John Q Rowland is making his homo with J C Foglo on tho Liberty pike Welby Fair of Liberty was hero Sat urday Editor Henry Thomas of Lib erty attended church at Yosemite Sun day Mn Helen Carter has returned from Louisville Jason Lawhorn is able to be up tho ho is looking some what worsted Mrs Lawhorn is visit ing her father W B Cochran in LouisvilleMrs L Owens and Mrs Laura Leo are endeavoring to organize a La dies Missionary Union at tho Baptist church tho object of which is to pro note the missionary Interest among the members of the church These good women should bo encouraged in this good work as they are hard workers in the cause of our Master nnd their work in the church and Sunday School can not be too highly estimated Your Hustonvilic correspondent seems to be quite easily touched especially when one attempts to monkey oven in a joking way with his high notions That he really Imagined he lived in a city Was apparent from the claim ho made but if the Moreland people can stand it we can and will rake no furth er kick so long as ho does not claim Middleburg which would be quite as reasonable as his claim on Moreland Foloys Honey Tar n safe guard against serious results from Spring colds which Inllamo tho lungs and develop into pneumonia Avoid counterfeits by Insisting upon having the genuine Foluys Honey und Tar which contains no harmful drugs tow Stanford Drug Co On Cut Shin Creek on the PerryLes lie county border Spied Spurlock was shot and instantly killed And Robert Baker fatally wounded It is alleged by Joo Smith Two mules were also kill ed The killing it is said followed a quarrel Up Before Tho Bar N II Brown an attorney of Pitts field Vt writes We havo used Dr Kings Now Life Pills for years und find them such a good family medicine wo wouldnt bo without them For Chills Constipation Biliousness or Sick Headache they work wonders 25c at Pennys Drug Store Hundreds of men out of work thou sands of dollars damage done and many persons slightly injured are the results of a hurricane that visited Toledo 0 Wednesday Sheep killing dogs have been playing havoc with sheep in Fayette cotnty NEWS NOTES Thomas W Scott Adjutant General of Illinois is dead of heart failure Birminghams J2000000 terminalsta tion was formally opened Tuesday- A heavy snowstorm prevailed at Den ver and throughout the Rocky Moun taro region in Colorado The town of Aberdeen Miss was damaged badly by a tornado and soy eral persons were killed Gov Shallenberger of Nebraska signed the daylight saloon bill The measure forbids the sale of liquor ex cept between 7 A M and 8 r M Armour Co of Chicago secured the contract to furnish tho State Asylums and Feeble Minded Institute with meat for a year Thccontract amounts to5100000The option elections in tho cities of Ashland and Cntlettsburjr and in Boyd county resulted In Ashland going 107 dry and Catlcttsburg 22 wet The county outside of those towns went dryCharged with sending a Black Hand letter to Asa G Candler a prominent banker and manufacturer and Atlantas wealthiest citizen de manding 85000 D W Johnson 18 years old was arrested In that city nnd placed in jail A posse of 100 citizens headed by county officers and all the ministers of Mayfieldmarched on an alleged blind tiger in the cast edge of the town After breaking down tho doors they con fiscated 12 gallons of whisky and after a prayer by one of the ministers in the party marched through tho streets and visited a second place Popo Hill a prominent attorney of Macon was found dead in a law office at McRae Cara revolver in his right hand Ho came to Mcltao Sunday to appear in a case He claimed ho had received a threatening note and induced a hardware man to open his store and sell him a revolver lie was shot through the right eye and thero were evidences of n struggle The injunction suit of the Kentucky railroads in which tho roads asked that the Railroad Commission of Kentucky be restrained from carrying into effect the order of tho commission of Juno 20 190C fixing rates on interstate busi ness in that State was decided by the Supreme Court of the United States in favor of the roads Thu case came to the Supremo Court on appoal by tbo commission from a decision of Judge Cochran of the United States Circuit Court for the Eastern district of Ken tucky Swept Niagara This terrible calamity often happens because tho careless boatman ignores the rivers warnings growing ripples and faster currentNatures warnings are kind That dull pain or ache In the back warns you the Kidneys need at tention If you would escapofatal mala dies Dropsy Diabetes orUright s dl sense Tnko Electric IJltters nt onco and seo Backache fly and all your best feelings return After long suf fering from weak kidneys and lame back one 91 bottle wholly cured me writes J H Ulankenshlp of Belk Tenn Only 60o at Pennys Drugstore Engaged to me and letting another chap hold your hand lIVell now would you deprive me of such a splendid chance to show the ring The cleverest Imitation of real Cot fee ever yet made Is Dr Snoops Health Coffee It is fine In flavor and Is mode In just one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made from pure parched grains malt nuts- otoSanpiefrOc Penny Drug Storb r HUSTONVILLE The Lincoln county meeting of the Christian church will bo held here on May 1C- Robert Caudlo has opened a stock of groceries at his residence near the saw mill of Terry Newell Milton McCormack spent two days nt homo on his return from Hot Springs and he is now with his club at Dayton 0 Denton Maxey living near Arabia having about recovered from a severe case of smallpox has three new cases in his family The numerous friends of Matt Engle man will be glad to know of the splen did success with which ho is meeting in his business at Mt Salem Cohn Klemper of Danville have rented tho storeroom of V B Morse and will open a stock of clothing and gents furnishing goods in a few days Lairs blood hounds were callled Mon day to the home of Goo Robinson in Boyle They got good trail following some miles to a Negro cabin The sus pected party was arrested The ladies of C W B M will give another of those delightful candy pull InKs Saturday afternoon at the real deuce of Mrs Josiah Bishop The Masters cause is the beneficiary Mrs 11111 Spalding of Louisville is visiting Dr Alcorn and family Rev W S Willis pastor of the Christian church attended the State Conference of ministers of that church held at Lex ington Tuesday Regular service morning and evening at tho Baptist church on the first and third Sundays in each month by Rev Jones of Louisville Tho subject of Rev W S Willis sermon Sunday as well as the music will be appropriate to the Easter services All are cordial ly invited Lairs bloodhounds were called to Duncan Casey county Wednesday where a corn crib had been sawed into Without a hitch the trail was followed about six miles to tho home of tho sus pected party There being no officers present no arrest was made then but will be at the proper time On Thursday afternoon the auxiliary to the C W B M met with Mrs E McCormack A good attendance mani felted great interest in the work Mrs Willis had prepared a good program consisting of a reading by Mrs June Rocker a vocal duet by Mrs Nancy Rifle and Miss Kate Warriner and the lesson ably presented by Mrs Anna Rife The president then proposed to divide the membership into two sec tions which met with unanimous ape proval and the division was quickly and fairly made It is hoped that the friend ly rivalry between the two contesting sections will result in better work and a larger growth Miss Kate Warriner will accept our thanks for aiding in the music nnd trust she will favor us again Mrs Rifle being one of our members we shall expect and hope to hear from her often Mrs Jennie Carpenter president CHURCH MATTERS Rev T W Barker will preach at Neals Creek Sunday at 2 r M Bishop Maes head of the Catholic di ocese of Covington has determined to divide the city of Lexington into two parishesSubject Sunday morning at the Methodist church will be The Trial of Christ Was it according to law 1 Easter services Sunday night instead of Epworth League or preaching Tho Christian Enterprise a fourpage threecolumn paper is the latest ad dition to the London journals of news It lat published monthly by tho members of the Christian Church with Judge Geo C Moore editor Rev H Sr Murdock has resigned as pastor of the church at Buckhorn and will become superintendent of the Syn odicnl Missionary work in Kentucky Rev Murdock is a brother in aw of Hon J N Saunders of thin place April Legacies April showers Bring May flowers Potent powers Has the rain Makes the bowers Bloom again April showers Bring May flowers Potent powers Has the flood AlsodowersUs muds Id Rather Die Doctor than have my foot cutoff said M L Bingham of Prlncovlllo 111 but youll die from gangrene which had eaten a way eight toes If you dont said all doctors Instead he used Bucklens Arnica Salve till wholly cured Its cures of Eczema Fever Sores Bolls Burns and Piles as tound the world 25o at Pennys Drug- Store J You CIllISt- yle GO wrong In in Quality in Tailoring in Fit if you wear one of our Hart Schaffner Marx Spring Suits They are reliable in all the things awell dress ed man looks for The latest in fabrics col orings patterns and models We guarantee them to be all wool and not to fade Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENT- UCKYFARMERS Get busy and give your orders for Fertilizer I have tho nicest line of Buggies Surreys Pha tons and Runabouts that I have ever handled Call and look before buying Also McCormack Machines Globe Fertilizer for Tobacco nnd Corn Seo the Krause Pivot Axlo Riding Cultivator E T PENCE STANFORD Highest Market Prices Paid Fpr Eggs Hides Furs v Hens lie Roosters 4 to 4 l2c Chickens 9 to lOc Ducks lOJto 10 l2c ye Geese 6 to 7c- Turkeys 12 to 14c Scrap Iron Guineas 20c a Piece Rubber- H B NORTHCOTT Stanford Ky LOUISVILLE AUTOMOBILE SHOWI APRIL 15 16 17 HALF FARE RAILROAD RATES Exhibits of Latest Models Can Parts Accessories Etc Chassis and other Special Features KENTUCKY AUTO CO LONGEST BROS CO OLDS MOTOR WORKS JOHN MASON STRAUSS PRINCE WELLS CO HUBERT LEVY AUTO CO MILES AUTO CO REIMERS MOTOR CAR CO S HE SAFEST A iD PlSRltSsf W1Y Vff TRANSFER MONEY Is ay LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEF- OR RATES APPLY TI LOCAL MANliER EASTTENNES8EETElEPHONE OOMPWY INCOMK H TI IatlThe Interior Journal WALTONI CHARLES A HARDIN of MercercountyU n candidate for Corn inonwealths Attorney of this tile 13th Ju dlclaldutrict subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR In n candidate for circuit Judge of thlllthe13th district subject to the Democratic party M C SAUFLEYI Is a candidate for circuit Judge of this the mh Judicial dlitrict subject to the action of the Democratic party SHOULD a bill introduced by Representative Mason and already reported on favorably by the Texas house com mittee on liquor traffic be enacted into a law by the State Assembly what is captioned a bill to regulate the sale of liquor would because of its drastic previsions practically preclude the sale of whisky or malt beverages According to the bill liquor shall not be sold in quantities less than a quart andmust not be consumed on the premises of the place of sale dealers in malt liquors must pay the same license as dealers in whisky and the bill classes as felonies all violations of local option laws The report of the committee on liquor traffic was unanimous and proponents of the measure declare they will have a t large following in both branches of the Legislature THAT State courts instead of Federal i tribunals should first be appealed to in testing laws passed by State Legisla tures was the opinion of a majority of Justices of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals when a decision was handed down which dissolved the in junction of the United States Court of AlabamaJrestraining the Alabama Rail road Commission from putting into effect certain passenger and freight rates in that State IT was just a fool notion I got from reading dime novels said Daniel W Johnson Jr the 1Syear old boy who was lodged in the Fulton county jail at Atlanta for having attempted to extort 35000 from Asa G Candler prominent banker and Georgias wealthiest citi zen through Black Hand methods Johnson was a member of Mr Candlers Sunday school class MAYOR GRINSTEAD of Louisville an nounces that he desires to succeed him self but hell never fill the mayors chair l after his present term expires A dem ocrat will succeed him and bring Louis 4 ville out of the ruts Mayor Grinstead has gotten it in THE Alabama Supreme Court has de i theiis the second time the court has upheld the Statewide act of the last Legisla i ture and it should settle the matter DURING a wedding ceremony at Eliza bethtown the parsons pocket was pick ed and the 10 he got for tying the knot stolen A man with a ten spot should keep his eyes open when he strikes Hardin county 5POLITICALi W J Bryan addressed the Texas Legislature In favor of a bank deposit guaranty bill By a majority of 11463 Frederick Kreisman Rebublican was elected May or of St Louis John T Hicks has been appointed postmaster at Lloyd Garrard county vice L L Saunders Former Gov Hanley of Indiana will be a candidate for U S Senator to suet ceed Senator Beveridge Lee E Coleman has been appointed a rural carrier on Route No5 at Har rpdsburg effective May 1 f John S Schnepp Democrat was 1 elected Mayor of Springfield III de + feating Lawrence Y Sherman Repub licana formerrthe post of Wit S S Kirkpatrick a widely known Kansas lawyer is dead at Fredonia of paralysis He was a member of the 54th Congress The Arkansas State Senate passed a bill placing a heavy penalty on persons drinking intoxicants on trains in the State or on station platforms Henry F Greene has tendered tot President Taft his resignation asaCivil Service Commissioner to take ef fect May 1 The committee amendments to the Payne tariff bill providing for free tea and removing the countervailing duty on HouseFOrmersail from San Francisco on May 1C fora trip of one years duration to include in this itinerary Hawaii Japan China the Philippines Australia and Africa TheoJ dore Roosevelt met on board the Ital ian battleship Re Umberto in Mesulna harbor After the meeting Mr Roose velt went ashore and visited the ruins ioftheeltyW ex Governor of Ne braska while making a speech in the office af Gov Shallenberger at Lincoln saloonbillwithin a few minutes t C tI-I J Jt 1 1tf i LJn J t Voters registered as Independents will not be permitted to participate in the coming Democratic primary to be held in Lexington andFayette county on May 4- Standard Oil and the Houselorganlza tion got a black eye and the advocates of free crude oil and Its products won a signal victory when an amendment by Mr Norris of Nebraska placing tho insignificant duty of 1 per centum ad valorem on those articles was adopted by a substantial majority IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Leon Gooch formerly of this county fell and broke a leg at Somerset Thomas Overstreet a Mercer county farmer aged 40 is dead at Bondville William Head shot and fatally wound ed Charley Hudson on the Kentucky side of Jellico Berry Simpson for whom U S Mar shals have been searching since the Christmas day riot at Stearns went tj Covington and surrendered Gov Willson pardoned Alonzo Scrog gins a Mercer county Negro who has served a year in the penitentiary for stealing chickens of the value ofJl Jack Layton died at his home in the Buckeye section of Garrard after a short illness aged 60 years He leaves a wife several children two brothers Aleck and John Layton Thomas Donovan a wellknown young farmer of Shelby county was struck by lightning and instantly killed The flash also killed the horse he was riding and another horse he was leading Jesse Simpson and Harvey Simpson sons of Berry Simpson were admitted to 3000 bail in the United States Court at Covington Berry Simpson who gave himself up did not ask for bail He will be tried at Richmond April 2G Father and sons are accused of being implicated in the Stearns Mine riotsThe body of John Rout was found on the farm of A J Rice near the banks of Dix river Ho was a brother of Lewis Rout of Somerset and a half brother of Mr Millard Rout the well known Marksbury farmer The indi cations are that Mr Rout was passing by a burning tree which fell upon him holding him securely to the ground un til all the tree had been consumed by the flamesAdvocate HUBBLE S M Spoonamore bought the Silas Caise mare from Bradley for 65 Mies Lucy Spoonamoro has been dan gerously ill for some days with a form of heart trouble but at this writing Dr Hickle thinks her condition more favorableB Givens and son Woolfolk vis ited his brother at Horrodsburg Sun day Squire J T Roberts and wife have as their guests their daughter and her husband from Brodhead Hemp is about all broken in this community B W Givens had the largest yield 1200 pounds per acre Dr Hick le bought a jennet of A P Sloan for 50 James McKechnie and a few others have sold their lambs to T W Jones of Stanford at 6c J S Mc Kittrick and some others have sold their coining crops of wheat to Banks Hudson at 1 Durlnc the Spring every one would bo beneQtteil by taking Foleys Kidney Remedy It furnishes a needed tonic to the kidneys after the extra strain of winter and it purifies the blood by stimulating the kidneys and causing them to eleminate the Impurities from It Foleys Kidney Remedy imparts new life and vigor Pleasant to take New Stanford Drug Co If you have backache and urinary troubles you should take Foloys Kidney Remedy to strengthen and build up the kidneys so they will act proper ly as a serious kidney trouble may develop New Stanford Drug Co Judge C E Booe defaulting clerk in the State Auditors office was sentenced to eight years more in prison in the circuit court at Frankfort He had previously been given five years A tickling or dry cough can be quickly loosened with Dr Snoops Cough Remedy No opium no chlo roform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store Three prominent Mississippi River hvee contractors were indicted in the Federal Court at Little Rock charged with workingtheir employes over eight hours a day on Government work Charles E Ellis wellknown in street railway and financial circles at Phila delphia accidentally shot and killed himself He was 73 years old Frank W Lyle who was indicted fol lowing the failure of the bank of which he was president at Dowagiac was found dead inbed in Chicago The meeting at the Baptist church in Whitesburg Lctcher county resulted in otter 50 additions to that church Goo Hadley in a message to the Missouri Legislature declares his opposition to Statewide prohibition Floyd Phillips of Atoka and Miss Bessie Parker of Danville eloped to Jeffersonville and were married Greendiednear Montgomery Ala ChicagoWednesday r tJM L NOTICE Am prepared to do root painting at the lowest IOlIlblorrlCtJII lllnck paint Sto per square and 400 per square oil rubber and paper and fiuo per square for red point on metal J W HTEWART Rowland Ky Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marble and Cranlto Monu montsMarkers and Posts Cmiietery anti Lawn Vases and Mottoes Olllce works Mo Klnncy K- yAlmont Dare 3228 A 811 U Sired by Dignity flare IMS ho by Chester Hare 10 he by lllack hqulrrel M he by King Wllllnm V7 Istitam Toxawny 4768 also rea literal In Vol 10 A T IL H Him by Ab dullah Mnmbrlno luwn he Almont 11- tnd dam Lady Davis by Grit Uavlsliy Hour Ion Chief 3rd dam Mattlo 8 by Foreign Light by by IUlllOrted Olerico OumiliioliBin stopper lottom6thdankhy Imported lluixard OTK Almont Dare so tar as we are able to IIlocoer11 the first on rveonl tiny Ing to his credit the honor of defeating with his own progeny those of his great sire Dig nity Dare doing so with his tint crop of colts every time they came toguthen As Rn Individual this Is a very attractive hone 16 hands high with lots of weight and finish extremely high and fast- KhowsddUllnct gaits nil very fatto tho gran- tgcidingNuttletontbntsold at 4 years for lauand to the great show mare Foxy Dare that won more premiums or tint number of shows than any more ever sired by Dignity linN Were 1t not for two splints comtn i on hIm he would easily hiive won the mutes Huddle Championship Tat hone ls n result of n long and careful mating of tho very best the country nfTorded 1I11t backlnlJJIn blood and Indivlduallty is as III and his colts lire him Bee thll hone nncl you willIe well paid Ho will mak tile season of 1159 at our stable IK miles from Huitonvllle on the Huston vlllo ok Liberty pike at 115 to Insure n living colt Mores trades or bred elsewhere ten ders season due at time ol such transaction Will also stand n mule jack at 11 Grass furnished In abundance at B month Our attention to ftllllOk but will not be responsible for nccldents- K B POWKMi BON Hustonvllle Ky Chester Peavine 31SI I Kcmrriof ANn iiRRxnf Kouryenrs old 18 hands n bright bay with Iwst of byRexFirst dam Miss Madison 46W by Chester Dare 10 Second dam by IVavlne 83 Third dam by Stonewall Jackson 72 NOT This horse needs no Introduction to the people of this county He has been before the since n ear oid and his show record U known to all iumce It to say he was shown nil over Kentucky last season by U T SAndidge and met defeat only nfewtluies lie ent nround nohorse showed every week against all ages tnsweep stake saddle rings and was never further back than second He Is n show hone under saddle In harness he has won quite n number of roadster rings lie defeated all rIngt es of Black Squirrel two of IVavlne two of Htonowall Jackson If you are look nil for fashionable saddle horse blood here It Is Hee him and see hIm do and you will breed to him Will serve n limited number of mart at p3 to Insure n living colt ALL PEAVINE Hunject to Hectster This horse Is three years old a red sorrel jgood shaped one and ns good patted om a- you will llnd anywhere He Is 12 hands high was shown all over the Htate last year Will only defeated twice by two year old stallions once under saddlennd once In harness Defeated both times by his half brothers Ho you see he past n lad record us a show horse He Is ill his name Implies belngslred by Hex 1envlne 1st darn by- Peavlme S3 Snd darn by Vnri IInrrliDen mark 8rd damn by John No ely If you RIO looking for Teavlne blooJ here It Is Win bu permitted to servo limited number of onus at TJO to Insure n living colt At l1lne time and place will stand two good mule Jacks at i to Insure a living roil theyhatemndesevernievery one knows their colts Hervlco fee due on the alK veadvertlsedstock when mare Is sold traded or bred to other stock Duo In all cases when colt Is foaled U H HOlODKIt McKlnney ASHLAND BROOK INo 417M- Vol 17 A T Ult bred nr Eugene flunk ere Georgetown Ky Ashland Ilrook was foaled WO solid buy with left hind foot white stands isjj bands high IKDKIHRK hired silent brook No 197IW record 216 time sire of Margaret liuthgatolriWilloUIo Ilrook tail SslTtf Im dlIelibrook 217 Brook H 12173- hlllott Htooe l Lady Brook and Running IIrllok 230 Silent lrook- b Dnrknlglit No 8M the lieu of Heiirch VnlpaOIIrecord 277 Ashland Ilrooks 1st dam lluna Wren by Ashland Wilkes tIII record 2i7- the slroof John K Gentry 2Ui Sully To her Ashland Wilkes sired by Itocl Wllkcs 174U be by George Wilkes second Lilly by 1reteiider USl Ird damdall11Hldo ma- Nor Ashland lirook Is a handiomo fel low with lots of substance has n hold way of going with speed style and action Ills oldest crop of colts are two years old they are nil one could expect they ell tear Ing good colors with ol size and great style and finish Ashland Ilrook will snake the present season at J15 to Insure a living colt Will alsostand the great mule and Jennet jack Hilly Keone nt SID for mares and JvM for Jennet to Insure n living colt Hilly Keeno wa sired by Tom Keenu lit dam by the Imp Palermo id dam by Levi Hubble Prince tha sire of Joe Hlackburn nnn Brig nolla Hilly Keene stands full 18 hinds black with white points und an a breeder Is unsurpassed O mule orJennet jack his colt always bringing time highest price Mares traded parted with or brett elsewhere for felts the Insurance and money becomes duo at the time of uch transaction KING EAGLE No 25- MVoleAHHU King Kngle Is 18 hands high dark bay with flowing mane and tall goes all the gaits with plenty of Ipeed style und action PKIWIHKK Hired by Itoyal King 2KB he by On Time bu by Stonewall Jackson 74 lloynl KIng 1st dam Molllo Mount 811WIlM by the noted sire OahbcUM Lexing ton king Kaglon tat dam S37D she Eagle Bird lull he by Old King Ka byINITI King 1oglo II Ii com III neti ItIlWOII n breeder of fine colored and high styled colts they nil having slzu style and action He colt that won tbo SJlI stake at the Htunford Kalriiiid tho Sis stake at Lan caster defeating horn four of the get of the great Hex envine Thlget of Klllg Englos was Bncoollln the sstake nt Hllrrodllmrg with VI entries and defeated the colt that won this stake two out of three shows ills prlcelKIDth coltWill JlInollIAll of the iilxjTo mnntloncd stock will make till season of hop nt our stable 23 t OilyIlkmoneybecomesFor further Information call on or address H T HAIWI8 tic KOinV WOODd Phone 12 King 3 Stanford Ky ry W H LAIR Hustonville Ky Has added n nice line at GtlOOKUlER to his MtAT MAIIKHT and asks a portion of Fresh Goods at tha Low tronliesest motto FOR SALE 1 A farm on Indian Greek 197 acres S Smile from graded school at Mlddleburn oacre incultivation rest In Umberl barn ntll noressnry outbulld grasslandon or address OlII IK HK1NH- Mlddleburg Ky Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock of Oro ceries and n good bust nets Wilt invoice about WOO Iteaton 111 health CIKO JJ HOrrKll BtanfonlKy T F GROSS Cra Orchard Kentucky Is now ready to servo nil old friends and hope to eta a ninny now one If you have n mule or horse to castrate save the work for hint nnd have It done right Ho makes n specialty of castrating rldgollngs Itching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form jf Itching Skin or Scalp disease Al Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I IIraulallltIYlnRthe Stanford pike Improvements And fencing good of water and fruit Also 1X3 acres of timbered land one mile vast of McKlnney halt under fence I plenty of water nnd good tobacco land Hee grow ngcrop JAUIVKNHAgent McKlnney Ky SEASON OF 1909 We will stand at farm near Irench ersvlllo the we11 knuwn tills Anderson Jack which has perhaps gotten asmany ills colts a any Jack In the county at IS to In suren living colt Will tbo splen did IVavlne stallion Krd Ilex Jr by Ilea Rid ho by lies IVavlneruit Sill to insure a living colt He will bn permitted to servo only a limited number of inarvs W P Qitturs A LEV HriiPreachersvlllv Red Squirrel staboe54milehotnerset nt tlO to Insure n He Is a red year old 19 hands hlitli andn natural saddle and harness horse has plenty ofstyleandaction sired by Olioi tr be by Chester So 10 N H II It he by mace Hijulrnl W he by lllnck Kagle 74 ho by King William e7 he by Washington Denmark be by lain Den mark 01 lit dam by Hlack neorcebe by Old Htonewall Jackson be by Wahlngton Denmarkand be by Imported Hedgoford Sad damn Mnmbrlno Ohlel A lien retained on nil colts until the season money is paid Care taken to prevent acci dent out not responsible should any occur Season monoyduo when marels traded or- IlortPdwlth WM riKLDHAHcN Carroll Preston Hired by Preston t2J by Washington M by Cromwell Til by Washington Denmark lit darn Baby Pence sired by Kncxh Arden fad dent laadv Pence by Almont Fur rest aysi 3rd dawby oarrard Chlef Carroll Preslon beautiful dapple boy com bitted stallion IftJJ full foaled Ma weighting ura pounds full made from end to end lit Is made without u fault anti Is one of the Until llvegalted middle stallions that Kentucky ha ever produced He hoe no Is able to go In any com eukllOlntaundpuny worth coming miles to sou and Is subject to ln H ctlou nt may time Ills sire was the champion show horse for lara and his dam Baby Ience was the tin teiiten show mare for years In Kentucky We class this colt asone of Kentuckys best elnlllon 1Will let him serve n few approved mares at S1 to insure living colt at IJM per month but notresponsible should accident occur WO WALKER Htanford Ky Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods PUBLIC SALE 1 Desiring to change my location I will on WKDNKHUAYAIUIlj 11th Has At homo In 1reacbersvlllc Ky soil at- prtpitowcrythefollowing personal prop 1 inlllc cow cows 2 year ling heifers 1 steer calf 3 brood mares 1 In to Jack 1 three cnr dld lllley 1 two yenr olti horse both by Hllvcr King a Jennets I four 1ear old undo well broke 2 coming ihreo year old horse untie 0111 Ing warn mule1OO hale of good hay buggies straw 1 twohorse wagon it and harness I mowing machine some plows anti plow gear mm many other things one Jack for sale He Is I hlKli 4 years old sired by lllack tlfoudIto by Tom lleeno has been tried and Is a good breeder 1 will at sumo time anti place olTur my farm of 17B acres This property Issltuntedln 1reiichersvllle Lincoln County Kentucky and Is ono of the most ilcslm bin farms lodes locality nearchurchseliooIhoUKO and post well watered Drake Creek rumdng through the farm About 60ncre of bottom land und ns good 6s tho county alforda both lieniR anti tobacco having been raised on the hind A good dwelling house on this farm of 7 rooms n good cellar made out from house n goof vineyard mud orchard stock barn burn OdxM ID fret to eves and holds 7 acres of tobacco Also u tenant house on urns of 4 rooms ThU land will Iw sold for cash or onethird cash nnd remainder Inone and two years at 0 Jor cent per annum with lien Terns on per sonal property mantle known on dry of sale Hale begins at 10 oclock AM Any one de siring to look at the property will call nt this farm w jK JIOWZOIjAW Oopt Am Bourne Auct J mi Ladies Low Shoes tIn Tans and Blacks light and heavy solesef Buiions Ties And pumps I Walkovers 350 Ultras 3 Brock port 250 They are as good as mane makes They are pretty enough for the most particulara tt i H tf H J McROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY mEa aftatat Qa am I PURE OLIVE OIL m yj 5t- KB Direct importation from France The 33 IQvery best for eating and ES fQM r et 35c Half Pint 60c Pint 100 Quart m I tel PENNYS DRUG STORE m w I siStanford Kentucky mBB BBBBBBBB39BBBE j The American fencei I The Fence With Hinge Toint And Tension J- i Curve 7 II Which has placed it in the market second to none It is bull strong piS tight well galvanized nnd of the beet Hc ciuer steel wire Call antiICO IL Some interesting prices for next 30 days See tho Poultry Fence wo IntroIt GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford HG Riffe McKinney Undertaker Prompt and Klllclent Hmlce Day or flight PENCE JR IVnce Jr will nmko the season of 1I1 at the harms ot tlin Into John Z Hpoonamore y stile from llowland at SlO to Inure a living colt If rare Is tradeilor parted with the sensor monoy becomes duo Pence Jr bay ttalllonO years old full 1 n ciulnollonbyleuctlieftiers AUlallah IVnuot lut dnm Almont Korreit lnd thou liy flarrard UhlefArddam bon KuKlu 4th dam liy Co merlotto0i byOUltelllrlows 1st dam by Wobiirn 2nd dam by a AIaml rlno horse gad darn by ilamiirlno 1dnnout MesseiiRnr 1ancelrscnltsnremllaimowing UIrdrlyand they r proof of him 11111 Marl gnuctl at U per month not respon sible for accidents or escapes should city occur oho SPOONAMOIIHa BRO Rowland i I Lincoln Bonds for Sale 4 Per Cent Semi- Annually On HATUIIKAY AIMllli 10 IKXi nt I oclock 1 M In front of tho court lioiuo door In HUnford Lincoln county Ky tint l pbIIc of said county to time amount of 115 UD fur the purpos0if fructlnit u now courthomo In said county Huld iwiuls will lKls ued lu three series towltt Heries A of 10JW and couabting of Wboiuliof Vil each duo and uiyablu n l yens from May 1 liutf with time prlvllegu of redFumlnn In 7 years HeriHSIiof IOU consisting of bonds yturfromdeumlnx in to years HcrnC of 115111 conslstlnK of 80 bonds Ylorafrolllredeeming In IB years r Habl bonds will lw sold on April 10 i- 11M and willI Issued and boar lllterel from 1st day of May iwo with Interest at 4 per remit payable ieml annually n 1I000perJHwlleyJr nail W H 1 ulollers 1IIIIIr w 4 10 Cents j For a extra find sheer India Linen 30 inch ft 12 0 value only 10 cents r 10 Cents For a 40inch India Linen Looks like linen lawn whewashed r 10 Cents 4 V For o good quality white linen finish suiting 10 Cents Per yard for a 26 inch Blay or Brown Linen for Coats or Suits Unusual price 15c Special price lOc iJ SEVERANCE SON STAMFORD c 1 1The Interior Journal ISrANFOllD Kv Arnii n 1900 t of Reels Poles Lines and If a IcnnyeDrugn n PERSONALS MR C E TATS was In Lebanon this week MISS MARY HUGHES is with friends atMcKinneyREV BARKER was at Rich mond Tuesday MR H KOWAN SAUFLEY of this of flee Is quite sick TUB aged Mr Minerva Cobb Is very ill with pneumoniaI MR A G FAULKNER and wife pass ed through to Corbin Tuesday MRS H L ALBRIGHT of Rowland Is confined to her bod by illness MR 1KB SHELBY Is on a prospecting trip through the WestAdvocate Miss MARY MCROBERTS visited friends at Versailles and Lexington MRS S E t- with of Lexington Is- re her sister Mrs L Id Goodnight ALLKEN BOURN of Lancaster 0MIss her sister Mrs W K Warner f ADAM PENCE little son of Mr an tMrs W O Walker continues very ill MRS JAMES MERBHON of Lebanon I Junction is with her mother and sisters hereJUDGE JAMES D BLACK of Barboui ville was here on legal business yes terdayMiss SUSIK THOMPSON of Mt Vernon Is with her sister Mrs L R HughesMiss AUEUA COULTER of Tulsa Okla Is with her nunt Mrs J T Blngaman MR J J OTTBII and wife of Louis I ville wore guests of his brother Mr J II Otter Mns II C LECOMITE of Frankfort is with her parents Mr and Mrs Clc oro Reynolds Miss DORA PENce left Wednesday to visit her sister Mrs W J Dozier at Hattlcsburg Miss MR SAMUEL BASTIN of East Bern stadt visited his parents Mr and Mrs J D Bastln at Ewell lioN J S OWSLEY SR of LcxUig ton spent several days with his son Judge J S Owslcy Jrt f MR JOHN DOWNER and little Miss Mildred Downer of Cincinnati wore hero the first of tho week MANAGER U P ROUT of the Stan ford Water Light Ico Co is in the mountains making Ico contracts DR 0 B FALLIS of Danville will bo ono of the tenor singers at tho Eas t ter Recital at the Christian church to nightMiss RACHEL ALLISON has come from Cincinnati after several weeks absence j and Is again at tho Phoenix Hotel Lexington Herald MR C C GOQCH of Wayncaburg was hero Wednesday returning rol1 Louisville where he has been under the treatment of nn optician I MR W M DROWN n valued patron of the 1 J is up from Wayne county t fatherinlaw Mr J D Ends r the market here and Watt I ot dderrarCountyAMcKEcuNmR S BurchD and Mr J R are Louisville for the purpose of purchasing heating 1 apparatus the new B BECK and family of Hus l tonviile arrived Saturday for a visit i friends The Dr t timeckSomc1 erset Journal MRS KAniES COFFEY of Corbin has I been visiting relatives hero J C and night on a MrOrchardfuture homo In nel LOCALS CLOTHES French cleaned Cook II Farmer yMOVING pictures qvcr night at the Thcatorlum IF you want a pony rig call on W H Higgins I SEE new lino linen wash suits at HUghes Martin Cos rFIerEEN patterns in owstripe lin ens and Son I IF you are particular try Denhams I Rex coal Yards at Stanford and Row land NEW kid gloves Wo fit them Severance Son LOST in Stanford Wednesday a bug gy rug Leave at this office WANTED to loan 1800 on real est tatooL R Hughes Stanford FOR SALE Childs portable play house Apply to Claiborne C Walton TRY a bottle of tineIt makes two gallons of maplo syrup Geo D Topper TONIGHT will greatly enjoy hear ing Mr Irelands bass solo Tho Res urrection TUB L willrun a special train to Louisville Sunday at 175 for the roundtrip BEST wall paper and mattings wo have ever carried Prices right Trlbblo Pence T WlTil county court and horso show day Monday they will be hero from tho lead mines Better join the crowd FOR SALPuS Brown Leg horn eggs Improved laying strain Mrs R L Berry Hustonville Ky Phone 833 rings Stand at store Friday night at 730 oclock Geo D Florence president FOR SALF At a rylowfigure the Jones resturant A splendid stand and good chanco to make money For par ticulars leo L It Hughes Stanford MILLINERY OPmUNOwill have my Spring and Summer millinery opening Saturday April 10 All the ladies are Invited to attend Mrs T F Gross Crab Orchard FOR RENT Four nice rooms on first flour in the D S Carpenter property in Huitonvlllo Recently repaired and in good condition Call on or write to Mr Carpenter I HAVE moved to my storeroom on East Main street and am prepared to do uptodate plumbing and tinning Come in and seo tho best roofing on the market W K Warner ON account of tho Southern Electric al nnd Industrial Exposition In Louis ville tha L N will sell roundtrip tickets to that city at 3CO on April 12 1517 19 22 24 good returning 26 TUB ndvocato says that tho Masons from Danville who were present at tho t banquet given by the Stanford Masons Monday night had a great time and report tho lodge hero as In a most pros porous condition SPELLING MATCH Ladles Aid Society of the Baptist churchat Crab Orchard will have a spelling match at tno church there Saturday evening at at 7 oclock Admission Go and try your hand and see hovSvell you can do TRULY andMrs W N Craig aro passing under the rod of affliction During the holidays they were called on to give up a sweet little daughter and Monday afternoon a son was torn from them Tho bright little fellow was just a yearold and was named for his Path er fio was ill for a very brief period but from the start tho physicians gave out no promise of his recovery The burial took placo in Buffalo Cemetery at 4 oclock Tuesday afternoon after a few remarks at the grave by Rev J L Ynndcll Every heart in this com munity goes out to Dr and Mrs Craig in their great troublo and many an earnest prayer has found Its way to tho throne of grace asking their deliverance from further sorrow MONDAY night gala occasion with the ancient and honorable lodge of Free and Accepted Masons The ob ject of the meeting was the conference of thu sublime degree of Master Mason Much Interest was centered in tho oc casionbecauso of tho fact that Mr H G Sandifer one of the best qualified Masons in the State assisted or rather conducted the work with the aid of his splendidly drilled corps of coworkers A magnificent supper was enjoyedat the Cagey House at six oclock where plates were laid for 75 guests There were visitors from Danville Lancaster Mt Vernon Crab Orchard Hustonville McKinney Preacheraylllo and other ad jacent points Lincoln Lodge No GO works together in the spirit of fratern ity peace and harmony prevails and good Is being done 0 It Is Not Enough to simply tate oUt Spring stock is now in and quanity und variety is above par The most interesting question is How about tho price r Our long experience in buying serves us well and we are offering many items muchlower than others ask Wo give you the benefit of this known edgo of modern merchandising Let us prove this statement Get our prices Read our ads We keep you posted We save you money SEE my line of wagon and buggy har ness J C MnClary STOP at W H HIggini next Monday and see tho Improved Wood Mowing machine HANDKERCHIEF linens for waists In plain stripe and check 25c to SI Soy erance Son CHANGE of program Monday Wed nesday and Friday of each week at the Theatorlum 5 and lOc WANTED a small amount of fencing done None but those who know their business fieeil apply This office EGOS from Red hens Wild Mallard ducks and Toulouse geese Mrs W J Edmiston Crab Orchard Ky Gov WILLSON pardoned the Stan ford Water Light Ice Co for fall ure to make reports to the auditor CALL in and seems splendid line of Spring and Summer suitings pants and vests I can please the most fastidious II C Rupley ANKLE strap slippers are tho correct low shoo for spring Wo have them in Vici Tan and Patent Infanta to ladies Severance Son IT will be an unusual treat to listen to Miss Em Smiths violin numbers at the Christian church tonight Her se lections are especially suited for church recitals Tim Major Tombs died at her home on Green River Wednesday and was laid to rest yesterday afternoon af ter brief services by Mr J C McClary She was a good wife and mother JUST received a car of Webber Wagon also we have on hand Hoosier Corn Drills Disc Harrows and other farming Implements See us before placing your order Coffey Bishop More landSMil R E GODDAKD phoned us from Harrodsburg yesterday that he would have iiis groat trotting stallion Rcd Leaf on exhibition hero Monday Dont fall to gee tho great sire of champion ship winners LADIES coma nd let us make you an Easter hat One of our firm who has been in the East for several seasons has returned and wo nre now better prepared to give you tho most upto date ideas Misses VanDeveer TilE fiscal court was in session Tuesday and considerable business was transacted Tho county levy was fixed at 50c and poll 150 Of the 50c two cents will go toward paying the ex penses incurred in building the new courthouse Mr S K Dudderar was reelected supervisor of turnpikes and Mr W M Bright was elected to suc ceed Mr W H Wearen as treasurer SALE OF BANK STOCKS On Monday April 12th 1909 county court day be tween 1 and 2 r M we will sell public ly in courthouse yard in Stanford 15 shares in National Bank of Hustonville 10 in Lincoln County National Bank and 20 In McKinney Deposit Bank The Hustonvillo bank pays a 10 per cent dividend the others G Cash Baugh man Harris and Hagin admrs J F Cash UNDER reasonably good picture of Police Judgq E S Gooch the Somer set Journal says of tho gentleman Judge Gooch Is an original Lincoln countylte but like most of the good timber which comes from that county ho has made good during the many years ho has resided In Somerset For the past three years he has been on tho bench a police judge of this city and all have had fair chances to judge him as he is Judge Gooch is a jolly good fellow and Is very popular in this town arid county- WRIGIITMrs Joseph E Wright died at her home In the Shelby City section of this county Monday after a brief illness Her little baby only a few hours old died at the samo time and they were laid to rest In the samo coffin in the Junction City cemetery afternoon after services at byEldMiss Reynolds a sister of Mr W A Reynolds tho Junction City druggist and was a splendid young woman For she had a consistent member of the Christian church and was greatly admired by a legion of friends Much sympathy is felt for tho husband and sis ters and others who knew and loVed the Godly woman Jj TilE Ladles Aid Society are busy to day decorating the Christian church for tho Easter recital and that Insures the decorations will be as brtistlc as the music Is inspiring FOR RENT After May 23rd corner sulto of rooms in I 0 0 F building Very suitable for lawyers offices Ad jacent to county court rooms Now oc cupied by JN Saunders Apply to J W Ireland Mgr Because her bandhome in an Intoxicated condition Mrs David Coat of Evansville Ind it is alleged stabbed him fatally In the lung with a sharp caaeknlfe Preventlcs those Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely and quickly check all colds and tho Grip Try them once and see 482x3 Sold by Pennys Drug Store FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I I Ann blue grass farm for sale situated on near lulnt Leaven and Hx milessouthof Lancaster so acres well located In good neighborhood purl of the John walker tract with a hand- Some now twostory sevenroom residence th rreonwith oil neceloutbulldlngsnnd good new torn 40x80 well watered six never falling springs and creek running throughTRnxs5k CRib In hand balance ono end two year from dny of sale tearing six per cent Intereifuntll paid Persons looking for inch place please write or see O WALKKK Htnnfonl PRESTON 922 Vol 11 Champion 5 galled saddle ttalllon of Kentucky Winning at all the Kentucky fairs and also show at HuJTalu N Y Ht LoulsMo end Kansas City Hired by Washington No 64 First dllm Iltll lur llhodrrlclc No 101 H oiml don by Iknnmrk- He Isa brown horse lalj hand high with fine style and very high notion It U useless to nay more about him as the people of thla stud the adjoining counties know his record a n bow hone nnd aUofor breeding pur poses Ho will make the season of inn at my stole In Criib Orchard Ky nt the reason able figure of lai to insure a living colt Will keep mares on grass at It per month but will not bo rcponiilhle for accident or escape or stock Henton Is dun If mare Is trotted or purled with or bred to other stock JC 11AILKY Crab Orchard Ky DIGNITY DARE 1982 weightisigulblIIuNever defeated In model ring except by his two colts Defeated 2 heed In model ring at HnrrotUburg Coll very kind to break and unusually Intelligent Great breeder for high itctlon colts Brent uniform breeder never got a sorrel colt ills colt lint In stake nag for UK at Harrodtburg iww Htutetoulrsold for average price of pal Iinpnru high ROodhsto1RUM to Insure allvecoltorr25 the season Money for season lint nt time of first ser vice Dignity Dare Is too well known to ring tires furnished at tiM per month Oar taken to prevent accidents end escapes but not responsible should auy occur Mares moved traded parted with or bred to another horstmnkeaservice money due Phone III residence Correspondence so lie1Itl U HtAUlKXTKH Hustonville REVERSA 47162 C1OacllbyUllmbettltIn5UOlist 42In215111 S3 In the 2d0 I ItSIS In the Sato list land sire of 319 trotters and pacers with records of iao or better One of Ills great grand sons Is credited with 230listIst dart 1lnk Minnie by Mnmlirltio Htartlo 1Alsiro of tO and dnuu or ttlncludlng Oul nettoS05 Foxy Curd X07 Chesley 319 and others2nd Martha by Lyle Wilkes 4OW sire JohnT23rd 11m mien by Imp lluckden litthebio at 1 10 to Insure a Ling col- tLEADER At the same time and place I will stand byIdhis colts speak louder than words of his qualities as n breeder This will be his third season J10 for marc melt IT for horse mule J K McKKUHNIK Hubble Ky King Eagle Jr KingEaglebyNtonewallMotile Mounts SMI was uy the noted sire I Oabbelts Lexington FHKing Kngles 1st byOldileiiThoroughbredKing I Drellnon Khe b Old lInoli 2nd dllm Cop nndruusiatektobnvyCrockettNoTKKing dark bay with one white tumid foot nlco mnno and tall stands full IfiH hands high weight 1SU lbstind well proportioned every way 8ledt11IIs n splendid breeder Ho will make thoseson of IIJIY lit uay burn ono mile AVekt of Wnyncnburg on Klshlng Oruclc at JIO to In sure n living colt Mare trotted parted with or bred e whero without my consent forfeits tilt III surunce and the monoy becomesduent such transaction Cure will betaken to prevent accidents but not rekponslblo should any oc cur Phone In residence Wayiiesburg Fur tuers Kxchunge OOOALUWRLLk BON n K U No 4 Way nesburg Ky J5 Cents Per yard for all beet Calicoes Blue Iced Grey Black and White + 5 Cents Per yard for good quality Apron GingbamI10 Cents Per pair for Boys and Girls Whit Leather Stockings t 25 Cents For Boys and Girls Last Forever guaranteed stockings One pair guaranteed for one month 2 pair for two months eo on to 6 pair for six months KY onll necessaryDignity w n L n Hughes T W Humble W O Martina Linen wash suits We have just received beautiful line of Linen Wash Suits These suits arc in nil colors beautifully trimmed and the mere fact they are made by the Queen Skirt Co is sufficient rec ommendation for the very latest in Styles Quality of Goods tic We invite your inspection and guarantee quality of goods I fit and price HUGHES MARTIN GO ISTANFORD THERES NO EXCUSE You should be well dressed When clothes are us good amid us moderate in price as they are with us theres nothing but blame for you if you dont dress well not extravagantly mind you not expensively just decently thats all It wont cost you much to fit out with us Take our 81750 Spring Suit as an instance You oouldnt have clothes rondo to your order which would fit you any better or any that would have more tailoring InIthem Or do you prefer coat and trousers with fancy vest If to you will SI find us with an excellent assortment Come in and advise with us W E Perkins Crab Orchard DOCK GRAYIhotlnnl ponySS Inches tall owned by Hugh Rend Foster wilt make the toason nt HQIto nsuren living colt Hols by im Imported puny that cot flw In the Hhetlnnd ands Iond le regnrled by horsemen ns the pony Kentucky defeating nil comers III the how ring In lun Lien retained onall colts until paid Mares parted with or rllrmJOliNforfeits Insurance 1111I11II01IlT becomes due iiNOHTethseurdci my A WORD TO YOU I In all the time I have been In tho toluuco bulaessover0lyeisreI havo never olTer ed nor knew any manufacturer to nicer n hotter line of tobacco both Natural Leaf Twist for smoking und chewing and 1rotned hawlnlt Tobacco thun t now oiler Onlord ollcltcd through your Jobber or direct by mail Descriptive price list promptly fur nlshcl on application iL H MARTIN JuuctlonJJlty Ky neinomber the old standby brands Friendship Twist Old lirodhend Old Kentucky Home and flue Grass iianter CHESTER S This son of Ohvster Date will make the season at 1 H Carpenters stable in llujtonvllltiit Jlu to Insure u living colt DKScniiTioN AND ricnioHRK Ho Is n blnuk with stile In forehend111S hands high with nil the style charnctorlstlo 1 hetinghorsebooking your mares If you nre looking torn I good bretnlerat Ihlng prier Hired by Ches ter Dare Utdam by Teluiiruph tnddnmby Hippy byMumbrlno Chief JNO U LYNN- 1luitoaville Ky The Interior Journal Inhered in the Pott Office at Stanford ell Moondctati matter L I N TImE TABLE No 21 South lld r a 4 Y No3 HoUthlliWA M No it North 4W A u No n North 617 r M- N0571017 AM NoSSJ40lM P JOS S RICE Agent The Truth Every person in this city who issuf fering from Eczema Pimples Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp disease can find relief and be permanently cured by Zcnto a clean liquid fol external use All durecists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE I A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man I STANFORD KY Residence Ihone M Omce M Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedAdorinas Fox Is a handsome Inrgo Jersey null de r scended from 10llfiBnd unbroken fine of toe most noted cows on the Is land of Jersey England and America 1111 sire ii ono of bulls ever Imported and bls dent Is a show cow that has to beildeveLtkebget some Ancestor and have a eowyou should avail yourself of his ser vice He will be allowed to servo n limited number of approved registered cows out side of our own herd this year for a fee of each Make before sendln lUIUtOTlEltTelepbone N BWe have to bull calves that wilt be sold nt right prices At McKinney Ky You can find our Standard Remedy the greatest blood and vermedlclneyet known in case of Rheumatism Salt Ilheum Kid ney Trouble and all diseases arising fro- mimpure blood It has no equnl It Is manu lectured under tho pure food act of June lMt 1PO and guaranteed by the manufacturer 11 the ta taken according to dIrection and If ho or she is not benefited by tho use of the tom011 we will refund your money We can do nothing more Each package Contains 9N doses with I registered gunrou tee and malllngcnrd with full Instructions We send It to any address by mall on re evlpt of II tier package or six packages for 13 Better order n box today In time you might save a big doctors bill Remember If you take the Remedy accord ing to Instructions and tire not benefited you got your dollar back You will not nnd the remedy In drug stores for sale I Is sold only br ourdul authorized agent- It1UnEN WILLIAMS Agent We are In position to do nil kinds of con ereUnc Work Pavement and In fact we can make any thing from t 1I0ule down to a fence We can eryou promptly and guarantee ntuwork andmaterial Call and our prices before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm t ere Also Dealers in Fur oituro MattingeRugs They will exchange Furniturefor all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right i STANFORD KENTUCKY J Ca McClary Undertaker Embalmer and l Dealer in Harness8addlory STANFORD KY I ear Phone 187 HoraeJPbona 8 FARMERS DEPARTMENT James Lawwill was killed by light in Mason county IningMaysvillo firm shipped several car loads of wheat to West Virginia which netted 1 35 Fort SALGGO bales of good timothy and 100 of clover hay Mrs F B Bar nette Hustonvillc Ky Monte Fox bought of W T Robin son 63 fine fat cattle for Joseph Sterm Company of Now York at Gc FOR SALEOno red yearling short horn bull and one fresh Jersey a fine butter cow A W Carpenter More land Ky Congressman A 0 Stanley mado an earnest plea In the Houso of Represen tatives for the removal of tho tax on leaf tobacco In December last Milton Young of Lexington bought 320 acres of land in Alberta Canada at 17 lIe sold it this week at 29 Record breaking crops of tobacco and hemp will be cultivated in Boyle county this year Mr M J Farris will plant 100 acres of hemp- I will be in Stanford Monday court day with a load of Pure Boone County White Seed Corn 125 per bushel Walton E Moss Lancaster Ky Now high records were made for the Reason in the New York cotton market- on general buying with May contracts selling at 979 and October at 955 boauti1fulWednesday and he attracted a great deal of attention Ho is one of the good sons of Preston and promises to rival his great sire as a stallion WAYNESBURG Farmers are taking advantage of this protty weather Carriers on the four rural routes from this place handled 25000 pieces of mail last month Mrs Anne Hutchison of Ludlow is with her sister Miss Sallie Gooch Mrs Oba Estes of Buck Creek is visiting her daughter Mrs J H Acton this weekLeslie Padgett aged 19 died at his home after an illness of several months He leaves a father mother and several brothers and sisters to mourn his loss Less was a good boy and loved by all who knew him After short services at the church by Rev J A Singleton the remains were taken to Double byaA sad accident occurred here Monday While working on the ditchingtrain at this place Marion Williams was instant ly killed and others slightly wounded among whom were Melvin Caldwell and Arthur Singleton The burial of Mr Williams will take place at Kingsville Wednesday He leaves a wife and three children to mourn the loss of a fathertWords To Freeze The Soul appalGling words wero spoken to Geo E Dlevens a leading merchant of Springfield N C by two expert doctors one a lung specialist Then was shown the wonderful power of Dr Kings New DlscoeraAfter three weeks use writes Mr Blevens he was as well as ever I would not take all the monoy in the world for what it did for my boy Infallible for coughs and colds its the safest surest cureof des perate lung diseases on earth fiOc andSl Guarantee satisfaction Trial bottle free Pennys Drug Store KINGSVILLE Roll of honor for the eighth month of Kingsville Graded School First Grade TAlvin Routen Second GradeAu brey Gilliland James Flint Joseph R Walter Maggie Dye Third Grade Grace Trimble E B Rowland Emma Jenkins Fourth GradeStella Griffin Warren Upthegrove Herman Haggard Dorothy Jenkins Etta Singleton Leona Francis Gameliel Gourley Gertie Trim ble Clell Waters Maggie May Flint Elza Gooch Bessie Reynolds Joseph Kidd Fifth GradeEarnest Gourloy Richard Trimble Pearl Rogue Earnest Flint Russell Thompson Edna Childers Lela Smith Eva Leach Pauline Taylor Clarence Carey Sixth GradeEsther Murphy Ottie Walls Viola Francis Eighth Grade Maude Brown Erne Young Birdie Brown Oliver Smith Hulcee Acton Mr F G FrltteQacoN Y writes My little girl was greatly benefitted by taking Foleys Orino Laxative and I think It Is the best remedy for constipation and liver trouble Foloya Orlno Laxative is best for women and children as It la mild pleasant and effective and Is a splendid spring medicine as Itcleans es the system and clears the complex ion New Stanford Drug Co In Maryland a case has just been finally adjudicated which began in 1862 It was originally for 1150 but inter est has run it to 4357 for which amount judgment was given T Pains of women I head pains or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25o Box Sold by Pen nys Drug Store t JfVV h4ai trstr Thomas Wilkinson UndertakerMt Salem Prompt and Kfllclcnt Service Day or Night GEORGE HUR Draft Stallion at 10 to Insure II Liv- Ing Colt Also a good Mulo Jack at the same price and on same conditions M S BAUOHMAN Stanford Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the best as well ns tho freshest of cut flowers plants uf nil kinds bulbs dowers on short notice Also nmka a specialty of wreaths purposesIn nborc I hare all kinds of veietabloson hand nt reasonable pricesOIIItISTMAN OInaN jiourtKH ED 1111010111011Htllnfoflt CHOICE GOODS polntaISTom ho by 1st dnmuhenaultjen net M7 by Imported Jumbo Will make the season of inxi nt my fern t mites from Hustonvlllo on time lliackpikufl- tuIfwdlialsostandselernlotlerJacinsure 110 for mares Also several stallions at 810 to Insure a IhllI colt Urns furnished ut 3 withforfeitsmoney dueJ X nAUCIHMAN Huitonvllle Ky Dorsey GoIddust 12052 Full brother to Kstello No 210 SIred by zueadiGolddustlhtl I by Gold dint ISO by Vermont Morgan and on to Justin Morgan The dam of XI lend I Oolddust was by an ImCArablani4talllonyllcadlThe Is Florence COIRotMOIRanNOTS This Is an Intensely Htalllon time blood now In ilemnml A rich black points It hands high Bulbs stallion of grout beauty and action with speed and enduntaco and unexcelled ao high class show road and liroducebothand merit as mmpratucerof line road show and smile horses The present season will bo made at my barn 2H miles from Htanford nt fJ tolnsura n living colt Money duo when colt comesor mart parted with Mares kept on grass at Irk tiny Good care given but no respon slblllty for accidents or laJo ItEID Safeguard the Future The safest surest anoitadequate safeguard for the future Is a policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It Is conspicuous for economical manage ment liberality of Us policy contracts fair dealing with itmuemtersandlarge rtturn to alley holders The company Is Just entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR- of successful business career with more policy holders In Llnculn county time nil other companies combined Write for particulars stating age nnd whether sitar rled or single to ftMNEWitNUiHpeclolAgtMyers Jetties I White Solicitor for Hockcastle Co PRESTON KING lleg NoSyetitHItIiIi- eautirul bay saddle stallion IJUiVi hands foaled JUnIII Ills sire was the Kreates show Kentucky lie has balance bythese110011ine1 let1l1avyfoot slid eyes to characteristic of tho get or the Denmarks We feel that Preston KIng speed action and Individuality must add to of our Kentucky horses nnd wi auk for him n liberal patronage This rich ly bred young horse has all the qualities of ngreat sire and style Jill preoml vent blood lines come to hint through so lected stock Preston Wi his sire was time greatest show horse of his day winning at all the fairs nnd horse shows taking the blue string at Ht Louis winning SIIHI You see that Preston King cannot help but be n weeby Van horse rIKing7a tracing 3T8I to Stonewall Jackson and on hU sires side to Washington Denmark lit nhlInglonDenmark 0 1st dam by vanMcterii King bvHllverKlagbyfn Time by Htone with F H llubbles great show horse nddamJipbythefamouslnbeils- Iexlugon by fists hack Hawk K H sire Dam belle by Ithodtrlck lot by Miimbrlno byharpsdam Maud V 14m by Granger KHT- KKMH ilnres will IM kept at iV pier month lit owners risk receive the most careful attention Mares sold or with f melts Iniunince and the feeCarted due- Wllliuakotli i nnof 110 nt our place at tin to insure n living colt Also will stand one good black jack four years old nt 110 to Inure n living colt WHO f UUJI11 nAH Itowland Ky Phone 1IS1H Lincoln Squirrel lUd buy Tyeamold black points 1 hands high and full made heavy timnu goal lone splendid lomok and fine tmckwell sot III hIgh tnoiinted shoulders n combined bred horse but I uo harness mind u morn perfect harnessIsnrso I have never seen can step very font with extreme high notion all nround and I think him to Iw one of the best stallion In tho Htatu to breed to to get good highclass walktrot youfancyHe has sortie and twoyearold colts that I Invite breeders to see SquirrelltRlinen e7 heron Squirrels flrstdnm by Green Mountain Xnd dam by Hughes Kdwln Ho eat Lincoln dnm Kate Messenger by Messenger Ilreeze full brother to Maude Messengpr record Sue 2nd damn Marln IXspauwby Mumbrlno Htar light n full brother to Liuly Thorn JZIilnldistil Mollle Crow by Helms Yorkshire Black HlUlrreln grand sire Is tho sire of moro noted highclass saddle horses than 1IIghland amid runny others Will make the season of IDUOat livery barn In Stanford nt 81SWto Insure H living colt Money duo when colt is foaled or snare parted with Red Light lied sorrel horse 4 years 01 111 hands high extra weight and bone ItodLeafto need description ROIl pedigree ho by C 2114RatLightsson of the great lamlietta Wllkesi Slid Noondupby 6tbdamIn offering the services of this promising thatwithhisastockhorseStanford at 815 to Insure a living colt mono ey due when cult Is fouled or mare parted breedingyour0 Stanford Ky L1 FOR SALE Mhorie power holler and engine and sawmill for sa sell either or both OilAH xssl4NOttonhelmKyI DEITS COLLECTEDI Wo collect notes claims und riroounts In any part of tho United States No charges unless collected Collections promptly re witted Try us- IIOYDHCOLLKOTION AOKNOV Somerset Ky The Joseph Price SanatoriumN- orth Lancaster Street tanford Kentucky For Trcntmont of Diseases of tho Eye Now Throat Ear lonltolTrlnnry Rectal Or gang Nervous System and Surgery MASONSIMEET Lincoln fotlgo No 11 K A A Mwlll mee In stated conimiinlrntlon oil each first and third Monday nights of cacti month at TU oclock la their hull on Main street Htun ford Ky Members of sister lodges ure Ira lonnytY3iNotice Poultry Raisers Now II the time of year to rood your fowls a good tonic 41141 cures Cholera Iloup canker and Llmlxtrneck when fedas a prarentlvo It not only keeps them healthy but makes them lay payguaranteelbthe guarantee Ask for booklet on diseases of poultry B O CARTERNow Liver Depot Stroot Phone 00 STANFORDIKENTUCKY Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation foi external use Stop itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly and Is permanently cured by this remarkable- medicine All Write for sam ple E W RosoMedCoStLoulaMo Pennys Drug Store 149 CHECK AT A IARGAIN Ion in an advertising contest given by the naltlburg IlnnoOo of UaletburR III n check fur 8119 which is transferable stud which will ln accepted for Its face value as payment on any of their pianos an I Lave no nvMi for this check It would pay anyone wishing to buy n piano to cull on or me for further Information at once WO rATHIOK Maywood Ky When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by a tailor of nx perlence Then your clothes winthorn low price business suit or the finest evening clothes will have that Individuality and ni which plainly IndlcAte they were made tc your measure I will also take your nicer ure for extra trouser fancy vests topcoats anti overcoats Spring and Hummei s imptrs on hand ready for your Inspection HO UUltKY The Tailor Htaufurd Ky Mahony Rank- inINSURANCE Fire Life Accident and Tornado Farm Property a Specialty illqht of Ue of the worm represented Cothpetelnrate with spayIngsuit In the history of agency promptly paid end without discount No waiting ao days for your money llefore In lurll1 call on MAHONY a RANKIN The Insurance Men of Stan- fordkheumatisn1 I han forma a triad and tested icon for Bhw tnstCunl Nota remedy that will stnlghtenths 1nnor turn boor 1mpoulbtIthis deplonb disease- In flerm orwllh suCbmlit tn the Qty of DtrmjlsUt I found Ingredient with which Dr hoops Hheum Uo Remedy was made s perfected dependable preicrtptloa Without that 1tIt Incndln I tn t d sunr msnT cans of I but nowt UrtJIt unl formly cure s11 curable ouel cf this twntofon munch dreaded disease Those PIIdl1u fjnuUr wastes found In KhanmatlcBlood seem and pus away under the this nawlr M freely as dousugar when added to pun water t- effreelrespdsrsoommmtddo Dr Shoops- Rheumatic Remedy PENNYS DRUG STORE GALTON 12910 Season of 1C09 Hire of Calvin C2ilei AI Hums IM- alld six others with trials bunt too to Jim those are the only onus that were ever hand led for speed Also tho sire of one 1 m with one In list Hired by lambuttaAVII ke2IP i time sire of aw In the 2W list 10 In X10 nnd fetter claimed to be the greatest sire In thin world 1st dam Daisy Field grand damn of 8 with records of from S17 tot UHU KnllelilSifti son of lidnibieto fan 10 dnm by Heeley American Star Enfield 250 bns5ln SSH his daughters have eo In 290 or letter ind damn utilckstep 11 Ken tucky Prince Jr sire ofJti 2il7M I um onnclp Sn iiinl dnmsot 13 In the 11 list grd door bYJld Joe sire of thu damn of J Q JII1 lendlllgfnmllleOblef alld Amer cnn Star laltonscolts havegonn against and do touted the best In harness classes nnd road tier rings are In great demand selling as high as lJm after maturity yearlings from 1100 to ftfA Qnltoii will stand at my stable it miles West of Huslonvlllu on Brad fordsvllle pike at 815 to Insure n living colt oneydue If mare Is traded after being bred Plenty of grass at IJO p r month saved ex pressly for mares nootberstockmlxed with mares have grass tots and large stables for mares to foal Grain fed at cost Phone In rcl1encollu8tonvIlI0 Exchange W M nODD- Jluitonvlll Ky SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY MILLINERYiThe Hustonville Ky t l Invites you to the largest MILLINERY SE LECTION we have ever shown Styles iii to the minute 1ricos beyond competition Wo also state 1 that our Spring Lino U now complete To save money oomo and pee anti bey convinced Our Spring Line of Shoes fur Ladies Misses and Children and our lino of Gents Shoes will certainly plonw Ilntian nUll Walkover lines arc huiiimon and nro strictly reliable Yours for an hottest deal- ClIAIlUB WllHHIHIt I This is the new COMBINED EDGE and FLAT DROP SUPERIOR CORN PLANTER Investigate before placing your order W H HIGGINS STANFORD I KY the Cincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3800000 Resources 34000000 S H THANKS 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 StanfordJOl111kin TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachersville Lilburu Gooch Gilbert Creek Pirs Jfational 2anknn- ford 2Organittct SS2 Capital iStoek oSS 000 Surjilut and Wnittiititct IProfilt f9OOO has paid in Dividends slnoo Organization J211 500t fnolio 9auf Jfecounft on Our 91ilrllli OFFICERS J S lIocker President- S T lIarris VicePfesident John J McRoberts Cashier II C Baughman Asst Cashr Ww Saunders Bookkeeper- S DIRECTORS I F Reid J H Baughman- M D Elmore J M Pettui H C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson W D OBannon J S Hocker C E Tale