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T j f ft 1 L THE INTERIOP JOURNAL a 4 VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 13 1009 KO tS I Call For Primary t Call for Democratic Primary In the 13th Judicial District made by the Demo crab District Committee 1 A primary election Is hereby called to be held In the several voting pro clncti of Lincoln Boylo Gnrrnrd and Mercer counties between G A M and 4 f r M on Saturday May 15 1909 for the purpose of nominating democratic candidates for the offices of circuit judge and Commonwealths attorney in and for the Thirteenth Judicial District of Kentucky to be yoted for at the reg ular November election 1909 2 All democrats who are legal voters 1 shall be entitled to vote In said primary election and are requested to do BO I i 3 Any person who desires to be a candiaato for the democratic nomina i tion for circuit Judge or Commonwealth attorney shall not later than I tApril 30th 1909 give notice of such Intention in writing to G L Penny chairman of tho District Committee of the Thirteenth Judicial District and In addition candidate for the nomination for circuit judge shall at tho time of Riving said notice deposit with the I aforesaid chairman the sum of fGOO and candidates for the nomination for I Commonwealths attorney ahall at the time of Riving said notice deposit with the chairman 300 y Said District Committee shall meet at tho office of tho secretary in Dan d ville Kentucky on Wednesday May 5 1009 at 2 r M and if at the expira tion of tho time fixed by Section 3 hereof there be not moro than one cant dujfttb for circuit judge or Common attorney who has complied conditions of Section 3 then will declare to bo tho towealth for tho office sought that per is tho only candidate and shall to such candidate the entrance f fee paid by him less his proportion of the costa already accrued from adver r tising and preparing for tho election C The polls shan bo opened in each t and every precinct of all tho counties I n tho district aforesaid in tho usual and regular voting pIICOI6 Upon tho closing of the potts the officers shall proceed to count tho bal Iota and to make returns and in so do lag shall be governed by tho provisions of the general election laws and the returns shall bo made to tho chairmen of the respective counties die tract who will deliver tho stubbooklI tho bal iiota to this committeeIThe officers of election shall be se lected from lists to be offered by tho i candidates In accordance with the IlroI visions of the primary election law by the district committee- S Each candidate shall be entitled to designate by written notice to tho chairman of each county committee in the district not less than fivo days before May 15 1909 the name of ono per son for each voting precinct in each county to act as challenger and inspec tor for said candidate at said primary election 9 On tho noxt day after the returns shall havo been made the committee ill net sad canvM the vote cast and issue certificates of nomination 10 Tho chairman of tho district is di rected to employ n person to copy from tho regular registration books made in Danvillo and Harrodsburg in 1903 the names of nil democrats and tho person so employed shall return the copies certified as required by law to the chairman who shall cause them to bo duly delivered to tho officer of election Tho chairman is further directed to cause to be printed and prepared for use tho requisite number and kind of ballots which shall bear tho facsimile of his signature and ha will procure tho necessary election supplies and cause them together with tho ballots to be delivered to the officers of elec l lion as required by law o 11 The chairman will causa copies hereof certified by himself nnd the sec retary of tho committee to bo posted at the court house door in Stanford Lancaster Danvillo and Harrodsburg and In 20 other conspicuous places in each county in the district for not less than 40 days prior to May 15 1009 and said notice shall bo published in each democratic newspaper in the district Q L PENNY Chmn CIIFNAUIT HUGUELY Secy Dont drug th rstomach or stfnu late the Iluart or Kidneys That is wroog It Is the weak nerves that are cryinsf Out tar help Vitalize these week lnsdo controlling nerves with Dr Shoopa Restorative nod sec how quickly goqd health will como to you npaii Test It and see Sold by Pen nys Drug Storo m aro tobye returned In a fIndlcImo soma 35 banks in which havo failed to make re to the Secretaryof State as re potsd by aw According to a mathematician of tho l b PQ4 City spends annually on tho education of ta children 95 for each Inhabitant t A n The Horse Show As fine a lot of stallions as was ever shown in this part of Kentucky were exhibited here yesterday Following is a list of them and thorn owners Cheater Ieavino and AH Pcavine own ed by U S Scudder Carroll Preston owned by W 0 Walker Red Loaf II E Goddard Gold Bond A G T Tmlth Dignity Dare D S Carpenter Chester Squirrel John G Lynn Dr McKay J T Hugueloy Red Squirrel W M Fields Son Preston J Carroll Bailey Black Joe J D Eada Son Beau Noboth J At Pettus Grant Monical R G Evans Pence Jr George 0 Spoonamore 1 Bro Preston King and Dr Dcnham Car roll Dudderar Lincoln Squirrel and Red Light G G UcozleyPowhatan L Bowman Owens Tho Wurfleld Sam M Owens tax Arbuckle Denny Bros Verdict A K Walker King Eagle Jr C G Caldwell d SonKing Eagle and Ashland Brook S T Harris and Robert Woods Stonewall Denmark James II Eads SonDick Wilkes F E Browner Don Varrlck Dr G G Perry- J C Reid Benjamin Jesse Alverson Morgan Smith Baugh manDock Gray laugh Reid Foster Stonewall Jackson and Billy Breckcn ridge property of A T Traylor Son Almont Dare owned by E S Powell Son Gallon belonging to W M Dodd and Red Rex Jr property of W P Grimes wore conspicuous for their absence All were In tho pink of condition and many of them showed speed and action It was a good horse show probably the b stovur held here President Taylor at Huntington W Va Central Methodist It is right haul for on exKentuckian to get entirely away from his friends and acquaintances When tho young ladles of Johnson Memorial church were n need of an address to help them meet certain obligations they laid strong hands on Prof IL K Taylor of the Kentucky Wesleyan College Ho came last week and gave us his splendid ad tress on Cuba Then and Ten Years After the Spaniard Loft It was thoroughly firstclass and full of thrill ing Interest Tho audience went away delighted with the address and tho lecturer President Taylor never forgets that ho is a Christian and a Methodist Would that the land was full of such men Como again professor the latch string is on the outside and the welcome will be equal to your own Ken tucky hospitality W P LLoYD Prof Taylor will deliver this popular lecture on Cuba at the Methodist church on Saturday night April 21th Id Rather DIe Doctor than havo my feet out off said M L Ulngham of Prlncovllic 111 but youll die from gangrene which had oaten a way eight toos If you dont said nil doctors Instead ho used Hueklens Arnica Salvo till wholly cured Its cures of Eczema Fever Sores loll Burns and Piles as tound tho world 2So at funnys Drug Store For tho second time in history tho Niagara falls aro mute A big ice jam has clogged the river and a strong southwest wind has frozen it from bank to bank The jam has also caused dam ago to tho extent of 1000000 to manu factories along its banks on account of the sudden rise of the water above the stopprgo Up Before The Bar N II Brown an attorney of Pitts Hold Vt writes Wo havo used Dr Kings Now Life Pills for years and fled thorn such a good family medicine wo wouldnt be without them For Chills Constipation Biliousness or Sick Headache they work wonders 25c at Pennys Drug Store A bath for every p intho elementary school once a week if he need it is tho motto under which tho Board of Education of Chicago is proceeding In an unprecedented movement for personal cleanliness in tho schools If you havo backache Bud urinary troubles you should take Foley Kid noy Remedy to strengthen and build up the kidneys so they will act proper ly as a serlpuB kldnoy trouble may dovcloji Now Stanford Drug Co The icq jam in the Niagara gorge continues and between Niagara Falls afd Lewjatqn the water has risen 40 feet above normal J NEWS NOTES Another violent earthquake shock has been experienced at Messina Italy A pot containing 850 was found by men digging a foundation In Lexington Maysvillos new 75000 High School building will be dedicated during tbo SummerAt present rate the excavations at Pompeii will not be completed until the year 1970 In a fit of despondency Arthur Hunts man of Southwestern Kentucky sui tided at Frankfort There will bo 53 Sundays in this year an occurrence that will not happen again for 110 years F Marion Crawford the novelist is dead at Sorrento Italy after a long illness Ho was born in 1854 E B Cooke a Montgomery county farmer committed suicide by blowing his head off with a shot gun August Hunlcke a St Louis chemist committed suicide by leaping from a third story window pf a hospital Mme Helena Modjeska the noted actress died at her home in Bay City Cal after a long lfnelS of Bright dir ease A factory is to established at Cor dele Ga to make a practical test of manufacturing paper out of cotton stalksMrs Fanny Van Zandt known as the Mother of the Texas Republic is dead at Fort Worth Tex She was 94 years old Miss Mary Rogers Chiles of Mont gomery county Is paralyzed as tho result of a tall caused by stumbling over her pet cat Firo at Midland Tex caused a loss of 300000 in the business section of tho city Ono hotel two banks nnd many stores were burned Mrs Cynthia Hardy Is dead at Au gusta aged 00 She was born in Bracken county and was never outside its borders nor was she ever on a train The jury which tried Mrs Georgia Allyn Simpson at Lyons N Yon the charge that the murdered her husband Harry Sampson brought in verdict of not guilty Mrs Millie Jarvis and youngeon were burned to death near Olive Hill The boys clothing caught from a grate and the mother lost her life in attempting to save him The bridge between Jackson and South Jackson was leased by the Breathitt Fiscal Court to Curt Hagins for an annual rental of 1500 for the tolls collected Joel Payne a Negro was hanged in Bedford City Va for the murder of Reed Swain his fatherinlaw a year ago Ho was convicted before the elec trocution law went Into effect John Jackson was convicted in the Marshall circuit court and sentenced to one year in the penitentiary for being implicated In the famous Birningham raid Dr Champion was convicted on the same charge last year Ills time expired this week The jury in the case of Jas II Par rash the Owcnsboro banker whoso trial has been in progress at Hawesville for 10 days found him guilty of the charge of knowingly receiving deposits at his bank when it was insolvent and fixed his punishment at five years in tho pen itentiary Ben alias Booker Brame a No gro 18 years of age was lynched by a mob of between 200 and 300 farmers for attempting to arsult Miss Ruth Gee 17yearold daughter of William Gee n prominent TrigR county farmer After un allnight search tho mob located Brome who was carried before tho Misses Gee and positively identified The mob carried Brame to Flat Lick near the Trigg and Christian county line and hanged him to a tree p pu Swept Over Niagara This terrible calamity often happens bccausetho careless boatman ignores tho rivers warnings growing ripples and faster currentNatures warnings are kind That dull pain or ache intro back warns you the Kidneys need at tention If you would escape fatal mala dioa Dropsy Diabetes Bright s di sease Take Electric Bitters ut once and seo Backache fly and all your beat feelings return After long Buffering from weak kidneys and lame back one 91 bottle wholly cured me writes J U Blankonahip of Dolk Tenn Only boo at Pennys Drugstore u One of the strongest sections of the Alabama prohibitory law was declared unconstitutional by Justice Mayfield at Montgomery The section knocked out prohibited the storing or possession of liquor in any building or apartment which was inhabited The cleverest Imitation of real Cof foe over yet made Is Dr Snoops Health Coffee It Is fine in flavor ands mado In just one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made rom pure parched aDs m 1tnuts etc Simple free Pphnys1Jragatre 2L1 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES W T Moren aged 87 is dead at his home in Laurel Judge T Gregory has been appoint ed postmaster at Drum Pulaski county London Is to have a glove and overall factory within the next few weeks Mrs J II Spoonamoro is dead at her homo near Buena Vista Garrard countyMrs Hiley Sparks widow of James Sparks a Union soldier is dead in Lau countyAd was accidentally shot and killed by a young man named Harm in Whitley The L A depot and M F yhar tons store at Valley View Madison county burned John Reeves of Mercer came in con tact with a live wire while at Lexing ton and was Instantly killed Miss Sallle Sparks aged 19 attempted suicide at London via the razor route but didnt quite make it Only a few weeks previous she drank carbol- Ic oc5d The barn of Drewery Wilkinson of tho Goose Creek section of Casey burn ed causing a 2000 loss with no insur ance Eight horses and mules and a lot of corn were destroyed The Q G has Issued an order for bidding any of their employes who are in any way connected with the running of their trains from entering a saloon either on or off duty and from drinking any intoxicating drinks Gov Willson set tho stamp of his disapproval upon emotional insanity and what is called the unwritten law when he refused to grant a pardon to Otis Gragg convicted of manslaughter in Pulaski county and sent up for three years for manslaughter He killed Minerva Bowman his motherinlaw He shot his wife in her presence and when her mother rushed to save her a second shot killed her Tho plea was that Gragg was not in his right mindI To the Temperance People of KenI tucky- FriendsEncouraged by the general approval from all parts of the State that has met our stand for constitution al Statewide prohibition tho Kentucky Prohibition Committee and the Wo mans Christian Temperance Union now invite the AntiSaloon League the Y M C A nil religious bodies and all friends of Statewide prohibition to send delegates to a general convention to be held in Louisville at Marcus Lind scy Memorial Methodist church corner Shelby and Main streets on Tuesday and Wednesday April 20 and 21 for tho purpose of considering ways and means of prosecuting a vigorous united nonpartisan campaign for ammo diate constitutional Statewide prohibition Respectfully II W Davis Chairman Pro Com Francis E Bcauchamp Pres State W CT U Strange Story A tramp came to the garden gate With pity in her eye She handed the poor man a plate Of huckleberry pie When such a story I relate There is no need to sigh Its not a mournful fact I state She handed him some pie It was her first one too I hate To palter or to lie She gave that sorry reprobate Her first completed pie He took it too He did not wait He was in no way shy He thanked her kindly and he ate Her huckleberry pie Still his was not a hapless fate lie did not groan and die Although he did not hesitate To eat the ladys pie Im telling you this story straight And theres no reason why I should not It was a firstrate A truly splendid pie Foleys and 1 is u safe guard against serious results from Spring colds which Inflame tho lungs and develop into pneumonia Avoid counterfeits by Insisting upon having tho genuine Foleys Honey and Tar which contains no harmful drugs New Stanford Drug Co I Four large tobacco barns were hurn ed at Mayfield Sunday morning The loss is estimated at 35000 with 27 000 insurance The fire is said to have originated from the boiler rooms of Lewis Gordons rehandling house A large association storage warehouse filled with tobacco was saved after a hard fight A tickling or dry cough can be quickly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store w Ernest C 11 a kQVf horse man of Voodfeirdcounty is dead You Cant GO wrong 1 1f In Style in Quality in Tailoring in Fit if you wear one of ouriHart Schaffner flarxV Spring Suits They are reliable in all the things awell dressed man looks for The latest in fabrics colorings patterns and models We guarantee them to be all wool and not to fade Cummins Wearerkr STANFORD KENTUCKYi FARMERS Get busyand give your orders for Fertilizer 1 I have the nicest line of Buggies Surreys Phaetons and Runabouts that I r have ever handled Gall and look before buying Also McCormack Machines Globe Fertilizer for Tobacco and Corn See the Krause Pivot Axle Riding Cultivator i E T PENCE STANFORD 3 LOUISVILLE AUTOMOBILE SHOW APRIL 15 16 17 IIIALF FARE RAILROAD RATES Exhibits ol Latest Models Cars Parts Accessories Etc Chasses and other Special Features KENTUCKY AUTO CO LONGEST BROS CO OLDS MOTOR WORKS JOHN MASON STRAUSS IfPRINCE WELLS CO HUBERT LEVY AUTO CO MILES AUTO CO REIMERS MOTOR CAR C- Oaitib i Ild to JU3I J iJ dilL h diU TRANSFER MONEY r IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TEHHESSEE TELEPHOHE OOffl P1H W ItccelciTr Beau Naboth 45006- By Naboth 1O116B- enu NnbotliSidam Nora Itauyhinnn by Xorvnl Bflffi by lIloctlnncer 316 Snd dam In J 1372 Hnmblelon In lot ani dnm Josephlneby Marubrrnd Htrllgnl39l by Darlbny 411 4th dam Mary Withers by Oliver thorough bred Sth dam by Wngneretbdaut by Imp Trunby 7th dam by Thorntons Beau Naooth tan hnndaonle tmY atanding- 16sY hand of l1lat style anti action ond linn proved hl nblllty to Impart hb Quail ties to his Will stand nt tho barn of Felix White IK mile South of Htnutordnonr Hoinemtt pike at 116 to Intro a living colt Mares from distance grazed ntGOon week Morley due whon mare or parted with or bred elsewhere Tho best personal care taken though no respoiulblllty for no oldlnll When advisable impregnntor wilt be used J M PETTUS Stanford Ky JU otI REST OPPORTUNITY OF ALL Richest and Most Productive Land wltH Unfailing Artesian Wells Seven hundred aud sixty acres of land aifertile HI that of the bed ot the Nile red chocolate and dark nd loam nx well ni heavy rich black alluvial soil On It are two boldly rind constantly flowing artesian walls Ono of them alone will furnish uJU tmellwhIchnecessary Improvements In the way of dwellings sheds and burns all new On It growing and In excellent condition are Ito- fruit trees of different varieties For pries and tonne address Kd L Kleebearty corner Nnvaare and Crockett streets Han Antonio Texas i1 I The Interior Journals JEoC WALTON 1 CHARLES AHARDIN of Mercer county Is n candidate for Com monwealths Attorney of this the 18th Ju ii dicial district subject to the action of the democratic partyII JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR It n candidate for circuit Judge of thisltbo 13th district subject to the 01 Ir Democratic party 1 M C SAUFLEYIIin candidate for circuit Judge of this tbeIWth Judicial district subject to the of the Democratic party IT is hard to tell which is the warm f cat advocate of the whisky business the Frankfort State Journal or the Courier Journal Both papers devote a good of their editorial and news col daily to the booze cause and eachI i fshare ridicules those persons who fa It is a pity that men Walton and Watterson do not put their talents to better use thane that of attempting to further a cause which is responsible for moro wrecked human beings blasted hopes trouble and heartaches than all the other dam nablo agencies combined If the above editors must have red liquor in theirn suppose they go ahead with it and let those who do not agree with them on the subject also have a say in the matIj ter We do not agree with the distin guiMfeei gentlemen thatall of the brains of thte grand State are on their side of the question and that those who take is sue with them are either numbskulls fanatics or nincompoops That condition may exist in Louisville and Frankfort but a trip to this section of Gods glorious country will convince the gentlemen that there are some real sensible people who are not for the free and unlimited sale of red liquor They should investigate a little further before they speak for the State at large THAT Fairbanks Hemenway and e Watson intendto return to Indiana and l make a fight on Senator i Beveridges C domination of the Republican party in the Hoosier State Is believed to be in dicated by their frequent refusals to ac cept Federal office at the hands of President Taft Former Senator Hem enway recently turned down the mission e to China and former Senator Ful ton of Oregon has been offered the post RESPONDING to an appeal from Wil liam Jennings Bryan the Lower House of the Texas Legislature passed the bank guarantee bill 80 to 13 The country k rejected this and other planks of the democratic platform last year but the States are adopting it fast especially in the West where wildcat bank leg flourishes III thSenatee but it is announced that reservations will be made Jon important schedules including hides steel rails wood pulp and crude petroleum It has been decided to continue the Dingley rates on hosiery and cloves TilE arnvaljof twins in the family of Wm Hedringer a farmer near Bou r quet Pa has resulted in the death of the father and his motherinlaw The latter succumbed to heart disease the result of excitement and Hedringer on J hearing the news went to the barn and shot himself Do we eewTte7 Well we should say we do The consumption of sugar last year in the United States was nearly 6400000000 pounds showing a per capita use of 82 pounds8 for the average family f 1 Supreme Justice Harlan owns a sa cred cat from Burman valued at 31 000 POLITiCAL Hugh Mahin was nominated without JesI The bill providing Statewide prohi bition was made a special order of bust j ness by the Florida Senate for April 15 Senator Paynter introduced in the Senate a bill to establish a fish culture station in Kentucky to be located near rUFrankfortThe Iowa House has passed the Sen ate bill prohibiting intoxicants on trains This puts an end to the sale of liquor 1ondining cars Gov Hughes plan of direct nominations was repudiated by the New York Assembly Judiciary Committee and the adverse report was sustained The lower house of the Missouri Gen eral Assembly adopted the minority report recommending favorably the Statewide prohibition constitutional amend ment President Taft won a signal victory when the Senate Finance Committee r agreed to let the House provision stand admitting annually 300000 pounds of Philippine sugar free of duty Kentucky tobacco growers are rely ing on Senator Btadley to see tha Representative Stanleys amendment taking 6cent tax on tobacco is i not knocked out of the bill In the Senate t Representative Stanleys amendment to tho Payne bill taking off the six cent tax on leaf tobacco was adopt ed by the House less than a minute before the time for voting on the bill arrivedL s gTf J1uai TjliiljlliMA tMi4 LI Iiri Secretary of War Dickinson In at- peech at the Southern Club banquet in I Chicago said he believed the admin istration of President Taft would result in greatgood to the SouthIThe two republican Congressmen of Tennessee will recommend the appointI ment of Mrs E W Carmack mistress at Columbia They will ask the democratic Congressmen in the State to join them in pushing her claim I The bill providing for taking the 13th census was passed by a viva voce vote the Senate without any important change An amendment by Mr Bailey taking appcintments for tho census work from the Civil Service Commis lion was defeated- Representatives of the republicans in the Third judicial district will call on Attorney General James Breathitt this week and petition him to accept the nomination for circuit judge Either Christian or Trigg county will furnish a republican candidatn for Common wealths attorney After three weeks of consideration the Payne tariff bill was passed by the House of Representatives by a vote of i 217 to 161 One Republican Austin ofc Tennessee voted against the measure and four democrats all from Louisiana Messrs Broussard Estopinal Pujo and Wickliffe voted for it An attempt by Champ Clark the minority leader toI recommit the bill with instructions falll ed Tho principal change made in bill was to put oil on the free listIsand ThereIThe wife of U S Senator Jeff Davie of Arkansas is dead at Little RockIe The second whirlwind campaign for education in Kentucky will be launched Juno 27 and last through July 3 Six persons lost their lives in a fire at Lenox Mass Four blocks of the business section of the city were destroyed The ambition of his life to have Gen see county Mich go dry having been realized old man Cudley dropped dead with delight Over 10000 acres of George W Van derbilts reforested land near Asheville N C was burned over by forest fires supposedly set by incendiaries The indictments against Gov Has kell of Oklahoma charged with fraud in Muskogee town lots were quashed and he will not have to stand trial A party of five former Kentuckians who dined together in Louisville 50 years ago met at Independence Mo last week and broke bread together- At Pinckard Woodford county Jas M Owen a blacksmith was shot four times and probably fatally wounded by Robert Carroll a farmer The latter was drinking Gov Marshall of Indiana has in structed the Prosecuting Attorney for Orange and Washington counties to in vestigate the reports of gambling at French Lick and if he finds them true ofsthe games MATRIMONIAL Garrett Smith and Miss Martha Mayes were married at Rowland on the 11thJames W Reynolds and Miss Belle Griffin were made one at the brides residence Sunday After having been divorced for sev eral years John R Johnson and Mrs Eva Frances Johnson were remarried atLexingtonMrs Parks Embry of Richmond announces thu engagement of her daughter Miss Elizabeth Buford Embry to James Dunlop of New York The marriage will take place in Richmond June 26 Louis L Walker the well kncwn Lancaster attorney and politician will be married tomorrow to Miss Grace Kinnaird daughter of the late Robert Kinnaird The marriage will occur at Dr J B Kinnairds home in Lancas ter MATTERSC Winchesters new 60000 Christian church will be dedicated next Sunday The State Baptist Sunday School Convention convenes at Elizabethtown Wednesday Rev D M Walker and Rev W S Gambo of the Third Christian church Louisville will exchange pulpits next SundayOn 27th the Christian Sunday school had an attendance of 143 and col tatted 251 regular collection One year ago last Sunday this same school had an attendance of 37 and collected 52 centsMt Vernon Signal During the Spring every one would be benefitted 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 causin them to eleuilnato tho impurities iron it Foleys Kidney Remedy imparts new life and vigor Pleasant to take New Stanford Drug Cot The Department of Agriculture esti mates that the ravages of field mice and rats entail a direct loss of 20000 000 annually Fred Bell aged six is in jail at Un ion S C charged with tho murder of Ethel Thomas three At Olive Hilt Lewis Belew shot and killed his brotherinlaw Walter Lee M JtioA HiM Iittf w 4 NOTICE Am prepared to do roof nlntlng at the lowest possible site Black paintqunresquare on mem roollng and rubber and paper and We per square for paint on metal J W HT WART Rowland Ky Harry Jacobs Denier In and Manufacturer of Marblo and Granlto Monu ments Markers nnd Pods Cemetery and Lawn Vnsoaand Notices Ulllca and works Mo Kinney K- yAlmont Dare 3228 A 8 lie 11 Hired by Dignity Dare 1WJ he by Chester nre 10 he by nine Hqulrrelache by King William V7 titdani also rep Isteml in Him bybL1brinot37iri1odallah Almont 111 Sud dour Lmly Davis by Crlt Davis by Hour bon UhloCSrd dam Mottlo 8 by foreign Light by Ioreillner by Imported Olonoo unnlghamiCopper- Lottom6thdaml9 Imported llusxar- dIsorxAltuontlnre no far ai wo are able todiscover tbo II rat on record hav- Ing to ids credit the honor of defeating with his own progeny those of his great sire Dig nity Dare doing so with his first crop of colts time they came together As an- ndividual this Is II very attractive larvae hands high with tots o weight and llnlsh color bar action extremely high und fat Hhows distinct saddle Knits all very last and Afull brother to the great guiding Neltetonthat soidat J vnlivm for KJOM and to the great show mare Foxy flare that won moro premiums lor the number ot shows than any mare ever sired by Dignity linN Were It not for two splints on him would easily have won the Hlule s addle Championship This horse 1sa result of u long and mating of the very best the country afforded UI backing In blood and Individuality Is ns trtlUR as and his colts are mPhllrIlrolng him Ho this horse and paid He will nmk tho season of IWO nt our stable 9y tulles from Hustonvllle on the Huston ulo A Liberty pike Rt IUI to Insure a living colt Mares or bred elsewhere ren den season due at time of such transaction1 Will also stand a auto Jack at Is Onus furnished In abundance at U per month Our attention to all stock but will not be responsible for accidents K 8 10 WELL A HON Hustonvllle Ky Chester Peavine 8181 DicscHiPTio AN iiHiiKKi iNnKouryears old 1U hands n bright bay with best of bfHexFlat darn Miss Madison 4fls3 by Chester pare 10 Hecond dens by IVnvlnoHJ Third dam by Stonewall Jackson 72 NOTE This horse needs no Introduction to the people of this county He has been before the public since n twoyearold and his show record Is known to all sufllce It to say he was shown all over Kentucky last season by C T Bandldge and met defeat only u few times He went around no horse showed every week against ullages Intweep stake saddle rings and was never further back than second He Is a show horse un der saddle In harness ho has won quite n number of roadster rings He defeated all ages at Nlcholnsvllle In big roadster ring You see from his breeding he has two cross es of Black Hqulrrel two of of Htonowall Jnckeon It you are looking for fashionable saddle horse blood here It is tWo him and see him do and you will breed himWill servo n limited number of mares nt =n to Insure a living colt ALL PEAVINE Hubject to llesliter This horse Is three years old a reel sorrels goo shaped anywherelie galled poneswill find ls 18high was shown nil over the Htati last year and was only defeated twice by twoyeur old stallions once under saddlennd once In harness Defeated lath times by his half brother Ho you sue lit hasnt n bud record as u show horse He Is all his name Implies hylclIlmlImark8rd damn b John Notely If you are looking for Icuvlne blood here It Is Will IHI permuted to serve limited number of mares at 120 to inure a living colt At same time end place will stand two good ionic lacks ut pl to Inure n living colt theylmvemadeevery one knows their colts Service tee due on nil the above ndvertised stoekwhcnmro- is sold traded or bred to other stock Due In all cities when colt Ik foaled It H 8lJLTDI m JlcKlimoy ASHLAND BROOK IN0417MI Vol 17 AT nIt bad by Kugnna lluck er Georgetown Ky Ashland lIrook was foaled haft solid Imy with left hind foot white stands I5i hands high fntcsraSired b aeit Lta1k Fo1- V764 record 2161y tile sire of Inrgllre HathgateXllH lleitlo Urook dal 2I744 iJi Jlellbrookj17Jelllllellrook 4i 4175 Klllott Stone JljliX Lady IIrooklauand lIunlllng rook 951 by DarknlghtNo fCsl the sire of Honrch light 2nly 2 Valpi 90V lIurknlgbt sired by Alcyone No art j recprd IX7 Ashland Ilrooks lit dam Iluna Wren by Ashland Wllket91reconl ti17y the sire of John K Gentry XiUlUHaHy Tt ler 2O63 Ashland Wllkes sired by Red Wilkes by George Wllkes second damlHldo hilly by Pretender llttlSrd dam oDroo KB Nora Ashland llrook Is a handsome fellow with lots of HUlKjtiiiuo has n bold way of with speed style anti action Itsoldest crop or colts are two years old and they are till one could expect they nil hear Ins good colors with ol and great style and finish Ashland llrook will make the present season nt 1J to Insure n living colt Jennetjackfur Jennets to Insure a living colt Hilly bltho1rlnce the sire of Joe Ulackburn noun Hilly Keene stands full 18 hand black with white points and as a breeder If unsurpassed ns mule orJennet Jack hlscolts always bringing the highest prices Mares traded parted with or bred elsewhere for felts the Insurance and money become due at the time of such transaction KING EAGLE iNo K5M Vol 6 A H U u King Eagle Is IShnnds hlghdurk buy with flowing menu anti tallgoes all thogults with plenty of spcea style und action PrnlnnxarHlred by Royal King 25j6 he by On rinc743 be by Ilonowllll JacksonTh Itoynl Kings lit damp Mottle Mounts Jexlllltonsits Kagle Ulrdlnu he by Old King En- IoTWntdnm by Iced Lionlyd dlllll h- 1IIrrb Uonlllark hl hy MlllerlI Denmark 4i th dam by Jim Roll thoroughbred Eaglelsacombinedsttillmonn colts they all havlim sire style and action Ho sired the cult that won tint J5o stake nt thuHtanford Kalriind the IIUI stake iitlnn timgwall Iilcollliin the fWostukont Hurrodsburiz thntIpriceIlnllt tho low price of lift to Insure n living colt JIsKeenent10orsnares bytheKleuobJackAll mentioned stock will make the season of itixi ut our stable s miles West of Stanford on the Hhelby Mitv Morns traded lllrted with or elsewhero forfeits tho Insurance and mone transactionForH T HA IIUIH A UOUT WOOD Phone 7 Illng 3 HtanfordKy- dJnyA 1 I OItI W H LAIR Hustonville Ky Has added n nice line or IROOEKIrXto Iris MEAT MAHKKT and asks a of your patronage Fresh Goods atlheLow est Prices Is his motto FOR SALE I A farm on Indian Creek 1ST acres S miles from graded school at Mlddleburg mt acres in cultftstlon rest tn timber goo- ddwellliibnru IICt necessary outbulld logs Excellent tobacco corn and grassland good orchard tarps well watered Call on or address U M PKKKINH- Mlddleburg Ky Stock of Merchandise for Sale Ifdrslro to tell privately my stock of Gro ceries and Hardware loln n good bUll lieu Will Invoice about flfW llcason 111 health ago n IIOIlKK Stanford Ky T F GROSS Crab Orchard Kentucky Is now rudy to serve his old friends and hopes to make sunny new one If you have II inulaorhorio to castrate save the work for him and have It dono right He makes u specially ot castrating rtdgellngs Itching Skin Diseases readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form- f Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I The farm of 110 acres of good blue grass land lying one mile North of McKlnneyon the pike Improvements and fencing good of water and fruit Also 125 acres of timbered land one mile East of McKlnney half under fence plenty of water and good tobacco land Hoe grow OR crop JAOIVKNHAgent McKlnnry Ky SEASON OF 1909 We will stand ntm77nrm near Treach rrsvllle the well knowii Anderson Jack which has perhaps Rotten as many ln- surealivingcoltcoltal Rn Jnclt In tllo cOUllt at w to Will also standtunsplen did IVavlne stallion lied lies Jr by Red lied he bjr hex IVavlne at liD to Insure a living colt He will be permitted to serve only limited number of mares v IGatxcat Ixvi BGLL 1rvacbersvllle Red Squirrel Will mate the season of ItW at our stable 8H miles from ntt1010InsurenlivingcoltSomerset pike He Is a red ora old 19 hands hlul OIl n natural saddle and harness horse lie has plentyofslylenndacllon sired by Obei terHmilrrolbe by No 10 N H 1I1t ht by Black Nqulrrel lN IIP by Ulnclt KagleTI be by King William 87 be by Washington Denmark 61 be by Gaines Den murk 81 1st dam by Blacklroroebe by Old Stonewall Jackson he by WmhliiRtoi Denmark and he by Imported lledgelord gad dam Mambrlno Ohlel A lien retained on all collsuntll the season money Is paid Care taken to prevent uccl dents but not responsible should tiny occur Heaton moneydue when marels traded or parted with W3 YlvrDH SoN Carroll PrestonHi- red by Preston Wi by Washington M by Cromwell n by Washington Denmark 01- 1st dnm IVnee sired by Enoch Ar den lmt dam Ijidjr IVnce br Almont Par rest 2+ tlard until by Oarrard Chief Carroll Preston beautiful dapple bay com bined stallion 1V3 lull foaled May 9 It W welching 1uopounds full made from end to end Is made wltbout n fault and Is one of the finest fivegalled saddle stallions that Kentucky has ever produced Hi has no weak points and is able togolnanyconi puny This fait Is worth coming miles to see and Is subject to Inspection any time Ills sire was the champion show horse for unbenten Wo classtbtscoltnsoDe Kentucky best stallionsWill him serve n few approved mares at tS5 to Insure n living colt tiler ftnslureatF r month but not- responsible should accident occur W 0 WAIKKII Hlanford K- yDinwiddie Co Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods PU BLIC SALE I Desiring to change my location I will on WKDNKHDAYAPUIL IllhlWW At my homo in Prenchersvllle Ky sell nt public outcry the following personal prop erty wltt 1 milk cow multi calf 3 milk cows 2 year ling heifers 1 steer calf 1 brood mares 1 In foul to Jack 1 thrceycar old Illley 1 two year old horse both hy Silver Ring II Jennets I fouryearold mule well broke V coming threeyearold horse mules 1 tons lug two yenr old mare mule BUD bales of good hay lot of haled straw 1 twohorse wagon 2 buggies anti harness 1 mowing machine sours plows and plow gear and many other things ocu Jack for sale He Is II hands high 4 years old sired by Illack Cloud be Tom Koene has been breederemynarum laouuofthomostdesirnblefnruulnth3ss ollkOU well wiilured UrakesOreok running thrulllb the furm About 4Icro 01 bottom hotUrthu hind A good dwelling louse on this farm of 7 rooms u good cellar rondo out from homo u good vineyard nnd orchard stock burn tobacco burn iMxoa 14 foot to eves nod holds 7 micros of tobacco Also a tunnnt house on fiirm of 4 rooms This land will bo sold for dish or oiiothtrd cash and remainder in ono and two years lit O percent annum with lion Terms on per sateysiring to look nt the property wIll call lit thlll fnnn J F IlOLTZOIA W OnptAm Bourne Auct o = I I 0 Our Boys Short Pants Suits are truly things of beauty We have never handled a line in as pretty patterns nor so beautifully made Knickerbocker Pants Suits in all the new shades from 3 to 10 I H J McROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY mgE3 gagaf ag aE i PURl OLIVE OIL 0 V mDirect importation from France The WJ fjx best for and 5 JSwcp poses m s WWSTOREn8BSBBB BBBBBBB9BEBEf The American Fence The Fence With Hinge Joint And Tension Curve oJ Which has placed it in the market second to none It is bull strong pig tight well galvanized and of the best Ileucmcr steel wire Call and see it Some interesting prices for next 30 days See the Poultry hence We bavqr GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING surveylngamidwill be guaranteed nnd are reasonable Write me at McKlnney or call me lutonvllllKxclmllgeWAtVTKU McKlNNKY FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A lint blue grass turns for sale situated on now near Point lAavell und six mllus south of Lancaster containing w micros well located In good neighborhood KIng part of the John Walker tract within liiiiiil some new twostory sevenroom resldenco thereon with IIlInlCOssnrYlllltbulldllllllilLnd- gond ne r watered six runulllGthroulb nlldtwocent merest until paid I Tenons looking for such place pIvaMt write or see W O WALKKII Htaiiford King Eagle Jr Kinghtgleloyal Kln M ho by On lmD 7fA lit untoMalllotnllltI1tdnmOld King Eagle 70 2nd Uiim Itt1 lion Sril lfoll7lioroughbrehKing toIlnvyCrocketNOTKKing buy with one white hhl foot nice hone WellhtIJIllhA combined stallion with dusty of speed lilt1llhlIIlIdotlIynushllrgsure II living colt alsowherewithout surance und themon y becomes d uo lit such preventaccidents k1bomimisers Kxchnngo OOOALIIWKLL 4 RO Jt FD No f Waynasb urg lty t Jt 1 Ladies Shoes Ooze calf low sho The 8VOU ttira4 for a Black or Tan two eyelet drew shoo 3 and 360 For plain Kill fall VIA or Patent one and two eyelet strap loly hoes Your foot will look well in these and the strop prevents the slipping upand down 250 For Patent or Tan two eyelet welt or turnsole An excellent value 2 and 150 Fur a variety of style in Patent and Tan also the walk easy stylo for tender feet The Interior Journal l STANFORD KY Arnii 13 1900 FINE lIno of Reels Poles Line and all other Fishing Tackle at Penny a Drug Store r t PERSONALS Miss EMMA WARREN has been quite tick MR A G EASTLAND Is up from LouisvilleMR C LYNN was In Frankfort last week Miss KATIIEIUNE WATERS Is 111 with pneumoniaMR S SHELBY Is hero from Pone City Okla JOB LAWSON went up to Bedford Ind Saturday to visit Miss Mows CROOKS of Crab Orch aid visited friends here MRS TABITIIA Cone of Madison Is with Mrs W II Shanks- E C MOORE of Casey spent several days with his slitcn here MR Eo P OWSLEY of Columbus Ga Is here for a few days a MRS U D CARTER and son Carl are with relatives at Parksville Miss MAY BYRD GIVENS of Middles boro Is with Mrs W P Grimes r Miss MATTIB LEe HOBBLB Is very 111 at her home on the Lancaster pike TtR C C WlLUAUS of Mt Vernon was hero on legal builness yesterday MRS T J FOSTER has returned from a visit to Mrs Co T Bohon at Lebanon Miss GEORGIA LEWIS of Crab Orch ard was the guest of Miss Ethel Fottro MR W R DlLUOM of London vis- Ited hU son Russell Dllllon In the East End MRS J W HAdiN and children of CovInRton are with Mrs II C Haugh man MRS C E TAtE will entertain the Current Events club at 280 Thursday afternoon MR W C P TrUS and family of WHmorc wcrefcuMU of Mr J F Cummins and Wife MR GEORGE ARK of Madison was here to tittend the burial of his sister Mrs Minerva Cobb DK N II t cKiNNEY of Carlisle at tcndod tho bur al of his grandmother Mrs Minerva 2obb MRS CAUPDELL FREEMAN has succeeded Mni Joseph Hardin as night operator at the exchange t MISSES JA HE CAPEIITON and May Phelps of Ili hmond attended the bur tal of Mrs Minerva Cobb Miss SALU TAYLOR WOODS left to day for Mt Sterling to visit Misses Arabella and Margaret Bogie MR W B McUonERTS will go to Danvlllo Thu aday to take the position as proscnptli ntst for J E Davis MR II M BALLOO of Lancaster ro turned Satu ay from Hendersonvllle f1N C great f Improved In health ATTORNEY J H BUSH of Lexington burial of hla was here to attend tho grandmothfei Mrs Minerva Cobb MR THOM ts MCMILLAN of Lancas ter took his Ire to Louisville Sunday to place her n the Norton Infirmary MRS JAM s E LYNN who has been for some time In In In poor heal t Louisville un ler treatment of Dr L S McMurtryoj 4 Miss KAT BRING WARREN has re k turned from aton N M whore she wit big printing house for4t has been a some time- Mits ALIC NEWLAND of McHenry Ky who hl been islting relatives In IndlanspoliJ Is with Mrs J M Bal She wilt visitvenuehy on Maple friends and re tlves In Lincoln county before rcturntrb homeAdvocate OCALS C CLOTHES Fre eh cleaned Cook Farmer i 4 iiMOVING plcturla every night at the Theatorium SEE now lino JWn wash suits at Hughes Martin pn 1 i IF you ore particular try Dcnhams Rex coal Yards at Stanford and Rowland FOR SALE ChlicrV portable play house Apply to ClalUarnoC Walton TRY a bottle of Mapl Inc It makes two gallons of maple sy up Geo D f I Hopper S t a BEST line of wall paper And mattings we have ever carried Prices right Trlbble Pence I It + r IT in oared that much damago has been done by the frosts to the fruit crop too THE Theatorl gotten now chairs which ara far more comfortable than the old ones TilE Abyssinian fetja head of the house In zany Stanford the same cond i oxietsN Tim Dnnvila city fathers have passed an ordinance prohibiting automobiles running faet r than six miles per hour In tho city limits TilE first Excursion the over tho K C to Cincinnati will be run next Sunday Tiio faro for tho roundtrip Is 1 75 Tndn leaves Stanford depot at 6 AM I I I HAVB n very nice line of uptodate millinery that will please my patrons which I In Ito tho ladles of McKinney and vicinity to call and Ice Mrs M V Moore TUB ad once agent of Sun Bros cir cue which Is to show hero May 1 was here Sat rday and left a big advertisement winch will appear in these col umne la r SUNDAY was a fine Easter and tho good wopen wejo offered a splendid op y to show their new hats and dresses They were all out in their best an I of course looked pretty ON a count of the Southern Electric al and ndustrial Exposition in Louis ville 1 10 L N will sell roundtrip ticks to that city at 3CO on April 12 15 1719 22 24 good returning 26 FOR KENT After May 23rd corner suite f rooms in 1 0 O F building Very tillable for lawyers offices Ad jacent to county court rooms Now oc duplei by J N Saunders Apply to J W Ir land Mgr Wit L MBRSHON and Sum Mulllns the boys who broke into Cummins Wear ns store two weeks ago were order J to the louses of Reform the forme to remain for three years and theist er until ho is 21 Tun Lincoln county court house is go lag to o a handsome structure Tho INTER OR JOURNAL publishes a picture of It om a drawing This building will m ko Boyle county feel ashamed of her ack of progressAdvocate ellA LP9 MCCONNAGIIY former cash ier of tho Monlicollo Citizens National Bank Was indicted in the United States court nt Covington on 12 counts involv n t tnl of 15000 Embezzlement misapplication of funds and falsification of cntrnis are alleged TEN aiarcs of stock In the Lincoln County National Bank belonging to the estate o the late John F Cash sold at auction yesterday at 180 to 181501 15 shares In the Hustonvlllo National Bonk sold at 1GG to 171 Tho McKinney Deposit lank sold at 113 to illC THE 5000 ofLincoln county bonds b raring four per cent Interest offered Saturday afternoon did not sell 34000 being tho best price offered Tho fiscal court will meet today and very like y advertise them again Tho bonds are sold to raise money to pay for the new courthouse TilE stdrehouso at Turnersvillo oc cupied by Keene Lutes was sold at Commissioners sale yesterday to H C Baughmao for 2700 The lot contains eight acct of land The Neal place of eight acres was bought by J N Cash for 2000 It has about the same amount of ground The property belonged to the John F Cash estate rTilt Easter Recital nt the Christian church Friday evening was an exceed ingly highclass entertainment and it was cnjoycdiby a reasonably good audience Tho best singers In town took part and tho tolas quartettes and cho ruses were all well rendered The rec- Itations by tho children and the panto mime by a dozen youngsters evoked much favorable comment Tho violin numbers of Miss Em E Smith of Dan- Ville were features of tho very delight ful program Sho is a virtuoso In her line and our people will not soon forgot the sweet music she made Miss Ellen Ballous overture on tho organ was another number that brought forth applause The Young Mens Bible Class is under obligations to all who took part and the members are especially grateful to Miss Smith and Dr 0 B Pallia d F u Laying Down The LawI- d regard to shoo comfort is your privilege nud we have no argument to make if the shoo pinches but If The Shoe Fits You Wear It If it dont como and let us fit you with a pair out of our large stockwo have the kinds to fit all feet and prices that wont cause your purse to have fiil Wcjdont overlook any of tho essential points necessary to shoe satisfaction They must look right feel right stay right and tho price must be just right Our shoes have these qualities HANDKERCHIEF linens for waists in plain stripe and check 25c to SI Severance Sony SEE tho Modest Young Man at the Thcatorium tonight Films direct from New York FOR cleaning and lettering monu ments call on Harry Jacobs the McKinney monument man CHANGE of program Monday Wed nesday and Friday of each week at tho Theatorlum C and lOc EGOS for sale from Red hens Wild Mallard ducks and Toulouse geese Mrs W J Edmiston Crab Orchard Ky W L MCCARTY LR Hughes bought the Col T P Hill property on East Main street yesterday for 6000 I HAVE moved to my storeroom on East Main street and am prepared to do uptodate plumbing and tinning Come In and see tho best roofing on the market W K Warner Bro getting out a large number of bills telling about their great reduction sale which will begin at Crab Orchard next Thursdny 16 Attend their sale and buy goods at your own price IN the discharge of his duties as no llseman Joseph Cormney formerly of this county shot and killed n Negro known as Billy the Kid at Lebanon Saturday night Ho is said to have been thoroughly justifiable THE Stanford INTERIOR JOURNAL prints a picture of the complete court house now In process of erection in Lincoln county It is magnificent looklt g building and will be a credit to tha county and town Frankfort State Journal WILKINSON Robert W Wilkinson brother of Booker and Edgar Wilkin son of this place died at Bon Air Tenn Friday after n brief illness The last named brother loft Saturday for the burial which took place at Decatur Ala Mr Wilkcreons wife is dead but three children aro left to mourn the loss of their father KILL SPALDING Prosecuting Attor ney of the Police Court makes tho statement that ho did not got out of the way of C R Dinwlddio or any oth er person for the Republican nomina tion for Prosecuting Attorney of the Police Court Ilc says ho never an nouccd his candidacy for reelection never intended to do so and will not be a candidate Louisville Times CORDA good mother in Israel passed Into the great beyond Saturday af ternoon when Mrs Minerva Cobb red ict of Mr Richard Cobb breathed her last She had been III only a short while with pneumonia but her advanc ed ngo87 precluded hope of her recovery and many of her relatives Including a brother Mr Eli Park and sister Mrs Tabltha Cobb both of Mad lon were present when the end peacefully came Deceased was Miss Minerva Park of Madison county and was married in 1341 to the husband who preceded her to tho grave in 1900 Six tyseven years ago she joined tho Christian church and had ftlnco been a consistent member A low Sundays since she was in her accustomed powseemingly In tho best of health and spirits Sho en joyed the sermon and so told many oC- her friends Mrs Cobb Is survived by three children Mesdames Thos Phelps Of Richmond and Bottle McKinney of this place and Mr Richard Cqbb of Doyle and a largo number of grand children and It is hard for them to give up the good mother and grandmother but she had been spared to them many long years and now that sho Is reaping the reward of a wellspent life they could not wish her back Sho was an exceedingly cheerful happy woman and It was the delight of her children and other rela tives to have her with them Truly a good woman has left her earthly abode and joined the heavenly hosts aboyo where joy and lovo reign supreme May her good deeds and puro life be emulated Rev D M Walker preach ed an appropriate funeral discourse at tho homo of Mr W M Bright at 230 yesterday afternoon after which tho body was laid to rest beside her hus blind In Buffalo cemetery A large crowd of friends and relatives was present and flowers brought by those who loved the Godly woman hid from view the mound that marks her resting place THERE will bo a good roads meeting at Ottcnheim next Sunday at 2 r M Everybody invited FOR SALEPure S C Brown Leg horn eggs Improved laying strain Mrs R L Berry Hustonville Ky Phone 833 PROP WALTER 0 HOPPER of this place was reelected Superintenpent of tho Graded School at Mt Sterling a deserved compliment FOR SALE 10000 transplanted cab bago plants should be planted now and 10000 transplanted tomato plants Ed Hubbard Stanford FLY time is here Screen your doors and windows before the flies get in Screen cloth doors and window screens at attractive prices G D Hopper Tim wills of Mrs Jean Lasley Hutch ison and Sylvy Givens wero probated yesterday That of Dr Richard Redd was offered and continued until next court THE Annual Spring Entertainment of tho Graded School will be given at the Graded School Auditorium next Fri day evening 16th commencing at 730 oclock THERE will be a Blue Back Spelling Match at the Christian church at Crab Orchard Saturday night next 17th Two prizes will bo given to the best spellers Admission lOc The proceeds will go to the church CArr B a narrow escape Sunday The horse he was rid ing ran away when the bridle broke and for some 500 yards fairly flew Tho captain grasped the animal around the neck and held on until it finally stopped Cnpt Powell says he has heard cannon balls whistle around him but was never quito so uneasy as when swinging to the speedy horse Tire Easter services at tho various churches wero well attended and great ly enjoyed At the Methodist church at night an especially interesting program was given At the Presbyterian church in tho morning the program included a violin solo by Miss Berta Jean Penny which was faultlessly rendered The Baptist and Christian choirs gave a number of appropriate selections u u Preventics those Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely and quickly check all colds and tho Grip Try them once and see 42xj Sold by Pennys Drug Store Mrs Sarah Moss Greer formerly of MinMlesboro Is dead at Fort Worth Texas to which placo sho had recently moved STONEWALL JACKSON JR This line black saddle stallion was tired by tho great cnddl breeding itnlllon Old Htonewall This coir ditm was n Denmark ninro He Is n nice colt Ho hits cult to Ills good breeding Will stand at 8to Insure until weaning time We hold u lien on nit colt II until paid for Iturrcn mares made to eland by tbelmpregnator We have perfect success In this breeding BILLY make the season of 1MV nt my bnrn at IS to Insure n cult until weaning time His get of HUH It now on my farm to show for his good breeding Ho Is a lure foal getter A T TUAYI n A SONS Pleasant lUll Breeding Farm Htanford K K D No 4 922 Vol Il Champion agattMsaddle stallion of Ken Lucky Winning at nil the Kentucky fairs Hired by Washington No Al First darn Bell by Uhoderlck No 101 Hecoud dam by Denmark He Is n brown horse 15 hands high with fine stylo nndAery high action It Is useless to say morn him as tbe people of this and the adjoining counties know his record as n show and also for breeding pur poses able figure of CM to Insure n living colt Will keep mares on grass at J per month but will not be responsible for accident or escape of stock due If mare Is traded or parted wltlr or bred to other stock- JOBAILKY Crab Orchard Ky JR Pence Jr will make the season of died nt the burn of the late John X Hnoonamoro H season money leconirsdmrs- fence Jr bay stallion II years old full Id hands high rood style nndnctlonby Pence be by lllonzl ho br Belmont be by Alexan ors Abdullah Pences 1st dam by Almont Forrest snd dam by Onrrnrd Chief rd dun byfJrey Kngle 4th clam by Copperbottom ehce Jrs 1st damn l y Kit Ctutetur 1CM2 IIP by Volunteer M Kd line lows let dam by Woburn 2nd dam by n Mambrlno horse and dam by Mamlirlno Messenger 2nd dam by GUI Vermolll luneJr colts uroall showing up nicely nnd they boar proof of him as n breeder Mares grazed nt 12 per month not respon Iblo for accidents or escapes should any O3CUT OKO BPOONAMORE BHO Rowland oo I ChildrensNever did we show BO many pretty styles and at BO reasonable prices 4 50cFor infants soft sole strap or two button in White Light Blue and Tan 4l For Black Tan or Ked strap slippersx1 and 125 For choice of half dozen different styles and in Vici Tan and 150 and 2 For the acme of shoo making in Tans nnd Patents all toes arid various styles straps and oxfordsruSEVERANCE u SON STANFORD KY fa H0LNE9 greatRrandchildren ringsS J Ptjwwhad BRECKINRIDGE MnjorJohn PRESTON Ydt1401Moand mytablo PENCE livingIolt Shoes PatentI n L R Hughes T W Humble W O Martin r Linen wash suits e We have just received beautiful line of Linen Wash Suits These suits are in all colors beautifully trimmed and the mereefact they arc made by the Queen Skirt Co is sufficient rec r ommendation for the very latest in Styles Quality of Goods c We invite your inspection and guarantee quality of goods fit and pri- ceHUGHES MARTIN CO I spa Dry Goods Notions STANFORD ShoesI THERES NO EXCUSE You should be well dressed When clothes are as good nodaaa 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 1750 Spring Suit as nil instance You couldnt have clothes tunde to your order which would fit you any better or any that would have more tailoring in them Or do you prefer coatTind trousers with fancy vest If to you will find us with an excellent assortment Come in and advise with us Wa E Perkins Crab Orchard Hbetlanl ponyJW Inches tall DOCKowned by Hugh Insured living colt HP ls by an Imported GRAYIand is regarded by horsemen as the beet pony show ring IIIIIUI Lien retained on nil colts form bred elsewhere forfeits Iniurnnco and money A WORD TO YOU I In nil the time I hnvelieon in tho tobacco business over 30 yearn J here never otter ed nor know any manufacturer to otter u better line of tobacco both Natural IXtaf Twist for smoking nnd chewing and 1rosseil Chewing Tobacco than i now olTur Orders solicited through your Jobber or IIIrtc by mull iJescrlptlfro prico Itst promptly fur nlshed on application R H MARTIN Junction City Ky Remember the old standby brands Friendship Twist Old lirodbead Old Kentucky nome unit Hlue Grass muter 1 aYr tvi tialtlilYtlkul + Iy LIeM i Ylarss e Y CHESTER S This son of Chester Intro will mnko the ruscnt season ut 1H CarpenturV Mnbe In Jlustunvllle nt Sill to Iniuro u living colt DKBCIUITIGN ANU VCOIOKEK He Is n black with star In forehead 10 hands high with all the stylo and finish characteristic of the healer hare family n Rood acting hone and n proven breeder He11 him before booking your there K you jirw looking for a good breeder at living price Hired by Ches tor flare lutdam byTulegrupb Snddamby Hippy by Mambrlno Chief JNO f3 LYNN- Ituetouytlle Ky b The Interior Journal I 5 Xnteredin the PottOffice at Standard 01 NcondclH mpuer L N TIME TABLE No Il Mouth Iltb P Y 11 No MOnthlltA A X No I4 North OA M k NoYrNorth5YT P x No IT 1017 A x NoW OrM JOS S RICE Agont 1 The Truth Every person in this city who is suf- I fering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi external use All durggists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE A S PRICESu- rgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberU Drug Store in the Owsley Building I Intttrts Tobacco and Tobacco tarns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 86 Office 95 Insure with me and be fully t prote- ctedAdorinas Fox Is n handsome large ounl Jersey Dull do ace oded from n long and unbroken line of land Jersey noted England bulls andAmerica Uls h sire is one of the best bulls ever Imported show cow that has given 65 bePeeveLlkebegets some Ancestor and have a cow you should avail yourself of his ser member of will be eddregistered cows out side of our own herd this year a fee of Bench Make engagement before sending cow to be bred IoTrui Telephone SO Stanford Ky nWe have to over three extra choice bull calves that will be sold at right prices At McKinney Ky You can find our Standard Remedy the greatest blood and 11 ver medicine yet known case of Kheumntlsin Halt Rheum Kld ney Trouble nnd all diseases arising from Impure blood It has no equal It U manu factured under the food act of June xi 1800 and guaranteed by the manufacturer If the Remedy Is taken according to directions and If ho or she Is not benented by the use of Hellld we will refund your money packogoitime save n big doctors bill 7tememberlfyoutaketbeRemedy accord ing to Instruction and ore 00 find the getremedyldrugstores for will sale not It Is sold only by our duly agents I U YN WILUAMH Ag- entCONCRETING k We ore In position to do nil kinds of con creting as Work Pavements and In tact we can make any thing trout r house down to a fence port We con ST you promptly and guarantee I1rt dS s work and material OollRnd get our prices before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BRO5 Stanford Ky JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur aiture MattingBiRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right 8TJ FaRDItKENTU KY fv 4JCe McClary s I Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In HarnossSaddlery STAPfFORP Ky I fffEhonjr nomeJPhone B I DEPARTMBSTI has bought 200 fat hogs at 4i to 5c G W King sold B G Gover a harness mare for S200Llberty News D C Allen of nustonvillo Is engaging lambs at 6c and buying wool at 251 centsJames Blowitt of Woodburn War ren county sold to John Russell of Gallatin Tenn a pair of mules for 700FOR SALEOne red yearling shorthorn bull and one fresh Jersey a fine butter cow A W Carpenter More land Ky Sam M Owens and J D Eads told us they booked some fine marcs yesterday to The Warfield and Black Joe They were both popular horses in the showW P Grimes of tho Prcachcrsvilli section will put in 400 acres of con and 40 acres of tobacco J D End will plant 150 acres of corn and 50 of hempBeau Naboth will make the season of 1909 at my barn Bring me your bar ren mares I have successfully used the Impregnator for two years Felix White Stanford Ky Night riders destroyed plant beds on the farm of Clarence Penny near Mur ray Also the barns and stables of Gen try Miller who lives in Tennessee nea the State line were burned Thoso wanting my pure Boone count White seed corn will find it at T D Newlands Stanford Ky and Banks Hudson Lancaster Ky 125 per bushel W E Moss Lancaster 2t The Herbert Stock Farm near Frank lin Tenn has sold to President Taf and Secretary of War Dickinson the famous saddle horse McDonald Prince The price is said to have been a fancy oneTwelve horses were sold at Van Are dall Bros Monday at 100 to 200 Basil Mitchell W C Roberts and Joseph McCray have sold their growing crops of wheat to Clel Coleman at 95 centsHarrodsburg Herald Pedro S Estella the champion but ter Jersey cow of the world is dead at the Missouri Agricultural College Farn at Columbia Mo In 12 months she produced 713 pounds of butter fully 1K pounds more than her nearest competi torAt the horse show yesterday J C Bailey stood his saddle stallion Pros ton and four of his getCarroll Pres tbn Black Joe Preston King andI threeyearold belonging to II C Wrayin a group and they attracted a great deal of attention STANFORD COURTA good crowd was in town at court yesterday and business generally was good There were over 200 cattle at I M Bruce pens and all sold Prices ranged frcn 2 to 5c the latter price being for choir yearling and twoyearold stuff The horse and mule market was very quiet Words To Freeze The Soul Your son has consumption His case is hopeless These appal ling words were spoken to Geo E Blevens a lending merchant of Spring field N C by two expert doctors lone a lung specialist Then was show the wonderful power of Dr Kings New Discovery After three weeks use writes Mr Blevens he was ai well as over I would not take all the money in the world for what it did form boy Infallible for coughs and colds its tho safest surest cureof des perate lung diseases on earth boo and SI Guarantee satisfaction Trial bottle free Pennys Drug Store At WIckham W Va Coy Parker was instantly killed and the home of John Wiley completely wrecked by the explosion of ISO pounds of dynamite which was set off when Wiley discharged a shot at a chicken The charge from the gun struck a rock and glanced piercing the house in which the dyna mite was stored Mr F G Fritts Oneonta N Y writes1I My little girl was greatly benefitted by taking Foloys Orlno Laxative and I think It is the best remedy for constipation and liver trouble Foloys Orlno Laxative Is best for women and children as It U mild pleasant and effective and Is a splendid spring medicine as It cleans eg the system and clears the complex Ion New Stanford Drug Co John Smith the Negro who late Sat urday afternoon attempted a criminal assault on Miss Mary E Swing two miles from Arcadia Fla by dragging her from a buggy was captured Sun day morning and lynched Seven miners were killed several slightly injured and many narrowly escaped as a result of a premature ex plosion of dynamite in mine No 37 of the Berwfnd White Coal Co ono half mile from Winderber Pa The steamship Mars one of the three colliers being built by the Steel Co for the Navy Department was launched tit Sparrows Point The Mars will have cost when completed about 500000 Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped in 20 minutes t aura with Dr ShooPs Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25c Box S old by Pen ys Drug Store CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can furnish the public with the best ft well ns the rotbost or cut nowori plant of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on shot notice Also make a specialty ot wreath for for funeral purposes In connection Ub the abovo I have al1 kinds of vegetables on hnnd at reaionabl nrices- OIIRIHTMAK 1HKEN IIOUHEH KD HuniiAnn 1uou HtnurorU K CHOICE GOODS Foaled May 81w black with while point 153 hands Hired by Wonder 73 he IJ 1111 Tom he by Bolknah IstdamUhcnaultJen net r4T by Imported Jumbo Will make tbo season of inOnt my form 2 miles from Uustonvllle on tho ilhmckpik- etlIwillalsostoldseveralotherlackrs at 10 for mares Also several stallions at SIO to a colt Urns furnished at I witforfeitsmoney due J K nAUOHMAN Itustonvlllo KY Black JoeWill make the season of lOtf at our stabl 113to1reston Mi Kentuckys greatest middle sta Luolleby3lessengerbennmrkt9IdalMettle Uomblttolllrm ht la a very line tildllIlullh black with one white foots stands 1BVJ hand weight lfu pounds and very showy in bnrneutofdnestylean- action Hoe him before you book lour mares Hcason duo If mare Is traded or partei l with All care will bo taken to avoid nccl dents but not should anyoecur- J DKADaABONH Btanford Ky Dorsey Golddust J2052 Full brother to Kstelle No S19 Hired by ZllcadlOotddust tK Iby Gold dust IflOby Vermont Morgan anti on to Justin Morgan The dart of ZlIcldl Oolddutt was by nn Imp ArnblanI4talllotiZllesdl dam of Iorsey Ooldduat Is Florune by Golden lIngo Chief n non of tiafls Gome Morgan and on to Justin Morgan NoTK Tl U Is an Intensely Inbred do n Htalllon the blood now In demand A rich bay block hands high laooftn stallion of pointsty and action with speed and endurance and unexcellet as n produClrof class show road am Kasternhornv The records of his produce both In show and sale rlnss prove his value and merit as a producer of line road show anti sale horses The present season will bo undo at mj barn 3K miles from Htanfordat ISO tolnsur a living colt Money due when colt comes o mare parted with Mares kept on grass at loo tierday Good care given but no respon slblllty for accidents or escapes r ltrII Safeguard the Future 1 The safest surest and most adequate safe guard for the future Is a policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Cot Is conspicuous for economical manage mont liberality of Us policy dealing with its members large reluri to1alley holders The company Is Just entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR- of a successful business career with mom In Lincoln county thnll all other companies combined Write fOI particulars stating age and whether nla- 1tyiNlttLANDHpcinlAgtrled or to Myers House Flats ttlanloti James I White Solicitor for JKSekcastU Co PRESTON KING Reg No SOftt A H H K Beautiful bay saddle stallion 1SJ54 natal fouled June mo Ills sire Will the rtatttll show borl II KentuckY Ile ba Iitmienc high action and the speed Indicated bytbei blood line He IIUH the long thin noel strong short back delicate hfiid writ et Heavy tut Hat bone clran hock and toOO toot and eyes so characteristic of the 01 the Uenmarks Wo feel that Irrston King speed action and Individuality must add IC of our Kentucky horses and we- nNk for hint a liberal patronage This richly bred young horse hits all the qualities agreat sine bone and style lIb pro eml rent blood como to hint through it lected stock Preston teat his sire was tlif greatest show horse of his day winning nt all the fairs nnd horse shows taking the bluo string at Kt Louis winning Iiuu You see that Preston King can not help but be n great saddle horse Mire Ills slant Xelly 301 win by VanMeters King 734 tracing to Hlonowall Jackson and on his sires slit to Washington IVnmurkAl- rEDldKEE Sired by IrestonKSby Wash ublnllol11lIlIIlrk61r uby HllvcrKloz by On Time by Stone IHIhoraeIAfln ton by Glifs Illnck Hawk K H sire Dart hello br Khoderlclc 10tby Mambrlni fegrnnd lJ Washington unlU Alice III h- llarpsIlaicove tell lUng tJII dam Maud Imr by Granger F H TBHM Stares will bo kept nt J0 per month at owners risk They will reoelv the most careful attention Mares old or parted with f rfelts Insurance and the fe tamer due Will make the season of IWO at our pine at 510 to Insure n living colt Also will stand one good black Jnck four years old at 110 to Insure u living colt W HAO U DlDDKKAH Rowland Ky Phone USIv Lincoln Squirrel lied bny jcorNoldlllllck points 14land talllgoodsot In high n coinbliiM bred horse but I use him only In barnes anti n more perfect harness horso I hart never soon can step very fast with extrem high action nit around and I think him to ho one of the best stallions In time State to breed to to set good highclass walktro yotrunnyHo lime sotto twoypnrolc cotta that I Invite breeders to see 1IrMarlol18lulrrel111111117 Marlon IoIIlulrrel first darn by Greet Mountain Slid dam by Hughes Edwin For- Est Lincoln Squirrels lint dam Knt Messunger by Messenger full brother to Mnude le85t1I1Itr record Iltl inddiim Maria Uepnuwby Mambrlno Star light it full brother to Lady Thorn iJnartam Mollie Brow by Helms Yorkshire black qulrrels grand sire Is the sire ot moro noted hlghclon saddle horses that toy other horsu In tilt world such as High land Denmark Chester Dare lied Uqulrre nnd many others Wilt make tho season 01 1W8 at livery born In Stanford nt tlS oti Insurer colt Money duo when col ll fouled or maru Red Light Red sorrel horse 4 yours old 10 hands high extra weight amid tone Hired by famous roadster and sire Ret Leaf who Is too well known to all horsemer to need description and mdlgree be by U K Clay dam by Red Wilkes Roc Light 1st Jam was Day Mall by Uuclllar SW son of tilt gruel Jambetta Wilkes 2m NoondlYbyJr 6th dent Twilight by Lexington i nth lain Darkness by Wagner promlalligYoungwith 41 site style form speed and uctloi but no Is bound to prove n great stock horse Will stand at my livery barn In Htanford at sm to lasuron living colt mon ey due when colt ll fonled or mare parted with Ile sure to see him before breeding your good mares a IllBAZL Y qtanfqrd Ky FOR SALE I Khorso power boiler Rod engine and taW min for 0111 soil either ot both OIIAS EXBHMX Ottonholra Ky 1ontofllce Waynosburg Kyv DEITS COLLECTED Vfo collect notes clnlmi nmt accounts In of tho United States No charge unless collected Collections promptly ro named Try us- BOYDH COUEPTIOS ACIKNOY tomcriet Ky The Joseph Price Sanatorium North Lancaster Street tanford Kentucky For Treatment of Diseases of the Eyes Xoio Throat Ear JenltoVrlnary Rectal orgaps Nervous System and Surgery MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No M KA A Mwlll mee In stated communication on Ouch first am third Monday nights of each month nt 7100 oclock In their halt on Main street Stan fonlKy Members lod ea tire fro trnlIy IlIvlttO to be present 11enn- vMT W Imnlulltolllioc Notice Poultry Ralsprs I Now Is the time of year to teed your fowl a good tonic 41141 cures Cholera Gapei stoup canker and Llmberneck when fed oa a preventive it not anI keeps 1111111 health I but makes them I fuaralltledbythe guarantee Askfor on of poultry 6eD CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phone 90 STANFORDIKENTUCKY Eczema Is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation fOI external use Stops itching and destroys the germ that cause ski diseases Eczema eulckly and II permanently cured by this remarkable medicine Druggists Write for sam pie E W Rose Med Co St Lauds Mf Pennys Drug Store 149 CHECK AT A IARGAIN I won In an advertising contest glvcu by the Oleburl Ilani Uoof laloiburg 111 a check for II4V which Is transferable nnd which will bo accepted for Its fare value a itshaveOT I wishing to buy n piano to cull on or write me for further Information atont- WlIATlllVKMaywood Ky When Ordering Clothe Have your measure taken liy n tailor of rx pnrlence Then your cloths whethera lot price business suit or the flnest evenln clothes will have that Individuality sod nt which plainly Indicate tummy acre made to your measure I will also take your meluro for iitra trousers fancy tress to coats and overcoats hiirlnic amt Humine samples on hand ready lor your lnsp clloi 110 nUlLKVTheTallor Stanford Ky Mahony Rank- inINSURANCE Fire Life Acciden and Tornado Farm Property a Spe- CIalty Klght of the leading companies of tb world represented Uumpeleln rates wit all the comimnles of the world 1oaIIIY Ingrtconl unsurpassed Never had n ha- waul In history of this agency Ioue promptly paid and without discount No waiting 10 days for your money lleloru In suringcall on MAHONY O RANKIN The Insurance Men of Stanford RheumatismI Not that poulbiiItutIbis por sst sfc In Gernuuirwlth a Chralit In the CUT of Darmstadt I found the last Ingredliint with which Dr Snoops Rheumatlo Remedy was mad ft perfected prescription Without that laIntredieni I suecswfully many Ilbeumat1lm i bat DOW slast html muchhydrcuresded disease Those of dUteulat wastes found In Rheumatlclood seem todlssolf and pass away under the action of this remedy ti added to pure water tffreelyRheumatism ll rone real needno actual enueCo suffer looter wllbo out help We sell and la confidence reoommwd Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy PENNYS DRUG STORE GALTON 12910 Henson of lew proof Oolvln 39li AI Hums I27f and six others with trials trout 23 to Isla those lire the only oiuii that went ever hand led for speed Also tho sire of one damn with ono In list Hlrwl byOambettaWll kes9Ip the sire of an in Jaw 210antlbetter claimed to bo the greatest sire lit diim Daisy FIeld grand dam oft with records of from t17 tt SW Kntleld 3ll son of llainblitonlui In dam by Heeleys American Htar Knlltni iH hllllln tau hit daughters bnvo en in 230 or better Snd dam quickstep I Ken lucky IrlnceJr slru otJcj VITK lnonade 2ffH aiuldiinuof HHn the 0 11 list 3rd dam by Old Jou sire of tho dam of J tl- Gallon carries the blood of four lending families IlainbletonlanWllkesMiimbrlna OLletnnd Hveley Anwr clln Star laltons colts have goad against nnd di fentod the host in harness classes and road ster rings demand selling ns high as Cllelrafter maturity yearlings from tlOu to SIiO Gallon will stand at my stable t miles Wet of Itustonvlllo on mail fordsvlllo Pike at 15 to Insure a living colt Moneyduelfmnrelstrndeduffortelug bred plenty of grass at IJJO per saved ex prosily for mares no other stock mixed with mores have grass lots and large stables tot mares to foul Grain fed at cost Phone In reildeneeiHuslonvlIlQ Exchange DOUlt HustonvlUeKy SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD K- YMILLINERY The Charles Wheeler Emporium Hustonville Ky Invites you to the largest MILLINERY SE LECTION we have ever shown Styles up to the minute Priced beyond competition Wo also state that our Spring Liuc is now oninptctc To ntvo money come and eco and ho convinced Our Spring Lino of fjlioca fur ladiot Mi4os nuts Children and our line of Gents Shoos will certainly please Hunan and Walkover linos nro hiiiumon nUll are strictly reliable Yours tot an honest dea- lClluutg Wuiiiuit t This is the new COMBINED EDGE and FLAT DROP SUPERIOR CORN PLANTER Investigate before placing your order W H HIGGINS my STANFORD KY the Lincoln County national DankI Of Stanford 1 nlucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3800000 Resources 34000000 s H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J Dr PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J 0 REID ASSISTANT CASHIER j W ROCHESTER TELLER H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTORS J B Otvaley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Gco W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford T C Hnn kin TraylorGilbertsH Cummlus Prcachcrsvillo Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek IJ ftirst91ational tank Stanford JCy Organized JSS2 Capital Jack ISo 000 Surplus and VndMdtd iProfHt J9 OOO Jas paid in 7joidonds since Organization 2f SOQ- fnotto Jew Jfccounts on Our Werfs OFFICERSt I S Hocker President- S T Harris Vice Presideat John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughraan Ae1t Cashr s Sv WSaaodersBookkeepei BaughtnanM DIRECTORS f H C Daughraan J F C mmln1S T HarriQO C Robinson W B OBannon IS Hocker 0 E Tate r