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J t i t- t t THE INTERIOP TOURNALA r VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 16 1909 10 14 l KINGSVILLE C D Evans Is building a dwelling Kingsvillo was pretty well represent ed at Stanford court day If everybody who started got there A Mr Coleman of Pike county bought the M J Murphy place and has moved his family here Mrs J W Acton Is able to be out again after a severe attack of grip T I M Alford wife and son visited Wm Hoguo Sunday W C Dyo has moved Into the house t I he recently bought of MajorSmlth T F Dunaway will move Into the house vacated by Mr Dye Virgil Dastln and wlfo aro visiting relatives at Science Hill Dr C M Thompson wife and children spent scy v eral days In the South A considerably windstorm pasted over this gectlon Monday night and the roof was blown from the depot and fences were blown down W G Houton sold to Rube Horton a horse for J1GO Mr Horton also bought of 0 W Leach a work mare Wallace Walter bought of G M Alford a maro and colt for 1130 A Northbound freight train wrecked at thIS North end of the tunnel Friday ditching seven cars and three men among them being Prof F L Grubbs one of our teachers No ono was In JuredMn Tabitha Davidson Is visiting her von George Gaines A number of our people attended Easter services at the Catholic church at Ottenheim W C Brown came home from Lexington where ho has been studying telegraphy He went to Crlangcr Sunday to work in the signal department of tho C S A large crowd attended tho burial of Marion Williams who was killed while working on tho section near Wayne burg Mr Williams was n Maccahce and Will buried by that order in the Gooch cemetery Funeral services were held at Daniel Hesters by Rev W It I Davldaon Much sympathy is felt for tho wife and three small children MIDDLEBURG Jason Lawhorn went to Loulsvlllo this Wednesday morning to take up his abodo with his father in law W li CockranAmbrose Hamilton and MIM Alice Embcrson two popular young people of tho Walllown section were married Monday at the homo of the brides lath er Mr Rufus Emberson Several of our citizens will go to Lib erty on the first Monday in May to whoop up the bridge question Our people to a man are In earnest on the subject of good roads and bridges K Nearly everybody I hero celebrated Easter by going to church Tho au dicnco at the Baptist church was the best for several months and Rev JaL Owens preached quite an Interesting P sermon on the subject of Final Pres crvallon of the Saints Miss Nona McDaniel has charge of tho telephono exchange while F L Joiiei Is nursing a spell of grip A lit tle daughter of Mr and Mrs 0 L Wilson has pneumonia E L Gadbor ry and A II Royalty attended the Sun day school at Antioch Sunday and got away with lots of good grub Wlllio Adams Is at home from Louisville to see tho homcfolks Foloya Honey and far Is a safe ciianl against serious results from S prlng colds which inllamo tho lungs nod develop Into pneumonia Avoid counterfoils by Insisting upon having the Hemline Foloys Honey and Tar which contains no harmful drugs New Stanford Drug C- oSAMPSON will make llio linn unton nt my fnrm where I Ilvu i i inllo H mlh of Hlnnfortl on the tlomersc pike nl tie to nunru n Itvlna colt TbU young Jacks toll won won In ureinlutiu In IWiuul law than any luck tn ho county ilbtwonrstCults huu 1IIc- rI been e1l1lIln their olull nt cotta and rhr- M IInlll Rndlook like winners or ltrV They were shown ilL nil local fairs lorh ycnrs RIIII nt Lexington nml Kentucky Btitte Fair In IUN III 1IIf coil WRI tat winner nt Ken tucivHlnto Knlr and at several Incnl mlri Homit of Ills 11IOT1I1j end 1WHI colts ore on my term to iliow for tltcatelvea J H HAUailMAX 1bonv Id Htnn- tordKyDRLMPS tired by Got Hall Ander oiiMoKlnnt yKy ThlntiilllonUndarkb y4 ycnr old Id hands I Inoli hlR with heat of bono action n very heavy 1II0liU and toll Htmil hli pedi gree nnd you will countynI bred one- DnlmawasNred HI yoircnn find In by Oectllnn Chief lit dom byUltttnurnddamn b ailli Vermont 3rd dam by lilt damn by llald Htocklngi NUTS In ofltrlng the lervlco of II- IvOl1neNIIon I ftel that ha li what wo need f Impro our took lie has betMlnKilrc bone and action Ito will Rut bores MR vnnuRh to work sell nod nlio to make brood innroi Sea him before you breed and will breed to him Ho is well enoughi bored to get trotter THUMB Will itnml him nt tow price of 110 to Innure living colt service feu t ue when colt U foaled innre traded told or bred to other dock At lamo time and place the two Booll1Iul8 Jim Urlgnolla You nil kowhow theiejacksbreed TERMS sto Insure a living colt Money due M with aboveadverttsed stock H 8 bOaUDKR MoKlnney Ky CHURCH MATTERS Eld Joseph Oallou will preach at Mt Xcnia at 3 oclock Sunday afternoon Rev T W Barker will preach at Jumbo Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Subject Sunday morning at tho Moth oJIst church Why all Men Shout Praise tho Lord Tho Presbyterian church was burned at Frodonla Caldwell county and night- riders aro suspected Junior League nt 3 r M Senior Leaguer at 7 r M Preaching at 745 r M at Methodist church Remember that Prof II K Taylor will lecture at tho Methodist church Monday night April 26 instead of on April 24th Rev George W Shepherd formerly o Richmond has accepted a call to the pastoral charge of the Baptist church at Lakeland Fla- Subscriptions amounting to 1370 the largest in tho history of the church wero taken up In tho Second Presbyterian church at Paris for foreign mis Ions Tho meeting at the Methodist church at Somerset conducted by tho pataor Dr W F Vaughn and assisted by Rev J B Harris resulted in 75 con versions Robert J McMullen who taught in tho Graded School here some four years ago has been ordained a Presbyterian preacher Ho will go as a missionary toChinaProf K Taylors lecture on Cu ba will bb on Monday night Apr 26 Instead of Saturday night 24th as ae vertised The lecture will be at the Methodist church The meeting at the Christian church Georgetown conducted by Dr R II Crosafleld president of Transylvania University Lexington resulted in 13G additions to that church At St Louis last Sunday 125 recruits for the Navy of tho Lord were to be immersed In the Mississippi but when 45 of them felt how icy tho water was they turned their backs and deserted the navy HIGHLAND The fanners ore busy preparing to plant corn There is also quite a lot of land being prepared for tobacco Rev J M Cook preached a very in teresting Easter sermon at tho M E church Sunday Ho also preached at nightJordon Floyd has moved to tho linker farn on Greasy Ridge Adams Hlatt aro preparing to move their saw mill down on Green river John Decker has moved back from Illinois to his farm heroA party of our boys and girls storm ed Miss Cora Baugh Sunday Among them were Misses Efflo Young Murrill Acton Laura Baugh Mninio and Susie Chestnut and Shell Reid Jim Young Wm Adams Guy Cook and Hen Chest nutMrs E J Mills gave an Easter Run at Highland Saturday afternoon for tho benefit of tho M E church There was quito a crowd out and all report a good time Robert Hatficld and Mlns Cora Baugh won the hay ride by getting tho greatest number of eggs There is quite a lot of sickness in this neighborhood especially among the old people Uncle John Reid Mrs Lucy Hough and J H Butt aro very III Mrs Walter Baugh has grip Mrs Matt Young is quito sick Mrs M G Carrier has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Hen Hutchison J W Cook nnd H F Horton came up from their saw mill in Casey county to spend Easter with their families Delmer Young was up from Green river to see hs grandmother Mrs Lucy Baugh Miss Erne Young was with tho home folks Saturday and Sunday Id Rather Die Doctor than have my feet cut ofT said M L Blngham of Prlncovlllo 111 but youll die from gangrene which hail oaten a way eight toes if you donIt said nil doctors Instead ho used Bucklens Arnica Salvo till wholly cured Us cures of Eczema Fever Sorest Bolls Burns nnd Piles as tound the world 25o at Pennys Drug- Storei Up Before Tho Bar N H Drown an attorney of Pitts Held Vtll wrlkoStWo have used Dr Kings Now Life Pills for years and find them 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 Kisses may bo Intoxicating as some argue but it is not probablo that whole counties will over voto dry on that prop osition Liberty News esIf you lava backacho and urinary troubles you should take Foleys Kid ney 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 NEWS NOTES Mme Modjeskas estate has been appraised at 120000 Forest fires are still causing domng in Roanoko and Bototout counties Va A New York doctor claims that appendicitis is caused by too much sleep Deputy U S Marshals destroyed an illicit still in Clay county and poured out 400 gallons of beer A jury in the Taylor circuit court gave W A Druin 12 years Imprisonment for violation of tho ago of consen lawGov Patterson has ordered soldier sent to Waverly Tenn where scvera night rider cases aro to bo called for trialThe centennial of tho Christian church will bo celebrated nt Moorefield Nicholas county Sunday afternoon with ap propriate services Founders day was celebrated at tho University of Virginia Tuesday when exercises in honor of Thomas Jeffer sons birthday wero held Denver reports another heavy fall of snow the 44th slnco tho beginning of winter At Crlpplo Crock tho mercury was six degrees below zero Ten men wero seriously injured in a headon collision between trolley cart of the Chicago South Shore and South Bend railroad near Gary Ind John PishotU a wealthy Greek merchant was found murdered in tho eel lar of his home at Carlisle Pa Ho had onto served a term in the penlten diary William Carter and William Green both Negroes will be hung in Louis ville this morning Carter killed a white man and Green killed a man of his own race Jay Gould son of George Gould and several other students of Columbia Uni versity are constructing an aeroplane which will be ready for a trial during the next two week William Sorsby who killed Charlrs Fitzgerald a postoflico inspector who was looking into his accounts was con victed at Jackson Miss of murder and given a life sentence Night riders havo broken loose in In diana und ore said to bo telling tenants that they must not give tho landlords in tho vicinity of Washington more than onethird of the crop April 21 has been fixed as the date when a motion for a new trial in the ease of Duncan B Cooper and Robin J Cooper convicted of killing former Senator E W Carmack will be heard atNashvilleProf Roark ono of the most eminent educators in tho State and president of the Eastern Normal School at Richmond died at Cincinnati Wed nesday after a lingering illness Ills deathwas due to a general breakdown Prof Roark was tho author of several teachers text books Gov Willson who has been confined to his homo for several weeks from on injury to his leg ho received in a run away accident is reported as not doing ao well Tho member still annoys tho Executive considerably and some fears are entertained that it is more serious than at first supposed Articles of incorporation wero filed at Frankfort forn complete traction system to connect Cincinnati Louis vllle Lexington and Mnysville Tho road Is incorporated 10000000 and the promoters who are chiefly Grant county men say they have backing of Eastern capital to build the road Tho proposed line will tap tho rich white Burley tobacco district of the State in several places whero there is no rail road of any description Somo250 miles of track is proposed to be built by tho promoters Swept Over Niagara This terrible calamity often happens bvcausetho careless boatman ignores the fivers warnings growlug ripples and faster currentNatures warnings nro kind That dull pain or ache lathe back warns you the Kidneys need at tention If you would escape fatal mala dies Dropsy Diabetes or Bright s di tease Take Electric Bitters tit onco and sco Backache fly and all your best feelings return After long suf toting from weak kidneys and lame back one 81 bottle wholly cured me II writes J II Blankonshlp of Bolk Tcnn Only boo at Pennys Drugstore Tho Southern railway has just placed a corps of engineers in tho field to make surveys for a new railroad from Jelllco Creek to the Cincinnati Southern rail way This proposed lino will it is claimed reach ono of the richest Vir ginia coal regions heretofore undeveloped thus increasing the East Tennessee mining output The cleverestImitation of real Cof fee ever yet made in Dr Shoops Health Coffee It Is fine In flavor and Is made in just ono minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Penny IS Drug Store I HUSTONVILLB I Tho West end of Main street Is now without lights and there is no prospect- of getting them A large crowd atten led the sale of Dr Bates effects lust Saturday and good prices prevailed Tho freeze Easter morning played havoc with the splendid prospect fur a fruit crop in this locality Quite a crowd from here is attending tho Southern Electrical Exposition at Louisville and doing Spring shopping McCormack Myers Vaughn bought 240 fat hogs of J W Allen at market prices and shipped them to Cincinnati Chas Wheeler will be the delegate from the church hero to Presbytery when it meets at Lawrenceburg on April 20- Aunt Sylvia Givens died at her home Saturday and was buried In the colored cemetery Sunday She was raised in this locality and was 100 years old at tho time of her death Mr Wm Barker is visiting his son Dr J C Barker The old gentleman Is living on the farm on which Gen Zollicoffcr built fortifications in Decem ber 1861 and vacated Jan 16 1862 Just received 50 new suiting of the very latest patterns mado to your measure at prices that will surprise you Guarantee fit or no sale Ask for the cut price line A J Adams Hustonvllle Ky The citizens petition to tho city coun cll asking that hogs be prohibited from running on the streets was turned down The excuse offered by one councilman was that all stock should have been included in the petition Tho Northcott Produce Poultry Co will open their house for business here this week These gentlemen come with high recommendations for straight and honest dealings and success will surely attend their efforts when they become known Tho dress of Maggie Leonard the 16 iear old daughter of Mrs Lucy Leonard caught fire from a stove in theirj abin near Mt Salem and she is not expected to recover Their condition is deplorable tho father and husband be- ng in the asylum at Lexington Mrs W J Campbell has returned Cram Hot Springs Ark greatly reliev ed from a severe attack of rheumatism- Dr Edward Alcorn and daughter Miss Lucy have returned from a two weeks trip to Jacksonville Fla which was greatly enjoyed While there the doctor attended the Southern Medical Con vention One of our prominent live stock deal ore received a message Friday from the city market on lambs which plainly read Market unchanged but ho read it market angered and rushed to Judgo Myers who had not been drink ing muddy water and who read it correctly The excitement subsided an hour later Honor roll for Intermediatodepart ment of Hustonville Graded School Grade 7Dold Skinner Bowman My Evanscian1aylor Grade 8 Mamie North Eddie Car penter Zula Eads FreshmanKate WarrinerISrAnrm Barker Pnul Willis- J E Jaspers store in Somerset was broken into Thursday night andJFriday Lairs bloodhounds followed the trail to the home of George Sanduskyftl From there George was trailed to his fathers and to the woods where he cut wood and back to the Somerset jailIwhcre Sandusky had been placed on suspicion after the dogs had trailed to his fath ers house Mrs Major Tombs the beloved wife of tho well knewn major passed into eternal life on Wednesday 7th aged 55 Pneumonia was the causo of her untimely demise She was a devout member of tho Baptist church loved by all who know her and was a dutiful wife and loving mother wholhas gone through the pearly gates to await the family reunion where partings will bo- no more tA large procession ofI sorrow Ing friends attended tho funeral at McKinney cemetery The following program was most creditably rendered at themeeting last week of the Hustonville Literary and Musical Club Miss Mary Pea vyhousc subjectVhat a Boy is Good For Current EventsEddie T Carpenter Zula Eads BesseRlffe Julian Riffe Essay Ola Williams subject Educaton HumorJames lInn Vo cal Solo Besslo Riffe IDebateRe solved that Foreign Immigration Should bo Prohibited by the United States Aflirmative Orestus and Francis Weatherford NegatlvoWm Peavy houso and Emons McClure The nega tive won Dont drug the Stomach or stimu late the Heart or Kidneys That Is wrong It Is the weak nerves that are crying out for help Vitalize these weak Inside controlling nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how quickly good health will come to you again Test It and scot Sold by Pen nys Drugstore J 1t Yon cant Go wrong In Style in Quality in Tailoring in Fit if you wear one of our Hart Schaffner Marx Spring Suits They are reliable in all thethings alwell dresst h ed man looks for The latest in fabrics col orings patterns and models We guarantee them to be alt wool and not to fade Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY I are your sort Made for nobody but young menbut for gentle men not clowns The styles are individ gal and saved from eccentricity by good judgment Regular sizes proportioned to overcome the variation of developing figures Builtout chests and builtin waists Filled with handtailoringto make emshapely and to make the shapesfly You wont strain the grace out of the garments and you wont strain your pocketbook when you buy them For Sale by H J McRoberts Stanford Ky flit Aar i Mg 4 t WUS dslk ui1 U TRANSFER MONEY Is lY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE J FOR SATES APPLY Tl LOCAL MANAGER t vt EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY IMCOHPOHTIO 1IlLThe Interior Journal Eo C WALTON I CHARLES AHARDIN I of Mercer county is n candldatn for Oom mon althll Attorney of this the 1Mb Ju dicial district lUbjecl to the action of the democratic party I JRIth of th partyf I M C 8AUFLEY e I Is a candidate for circuit Judge of this tbo Ittth Judicial district subject to the action of tbe Democratic party Democratic Ticket For Stato Senator R 1 HUBBLE of Lincoln county For representative W H SHANKS ForOounty Judge JAMES P BAILEY For County Attorney W S BURCH ClerkLFor Sheri W I McCARTY For County Court Clerk GEORGE B COOPER For Jailer DINK FARMER For Assessor JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford District- JAMESlMcKECHNIE For Constable Stanford Distric- tI M BRUCE For Mnglstrate Urab Orchard District ISWARD MOORE For Magistrate Ilnstonv111etDistrlcta I For Magistrate Wayoesburg District JOHN 1M CAMDEM For Constable Wuynesburg District JOHN G BAUGrT WITH the idea of going on record before the country as advocating a reduction of the tariff the democrats of the Senate are conferring upon a sugges lion made by Senator Bailey of Texas which may take the form of a motion to recommit the bill with instructions to reducelall the duties 20 or 25 percent and provide for any corresponding loss in revenue by the substitution of an income tax The plan has its advantage in that it will make plain to the country that the democrats are in favor of a reduction of tariff below the point desired by the republicans and in addition want at least a part of the burden to fall upon the wealthy class instead of entirely upon the consumer It is proposed to raise by the Payne Aldrich bill about 300000000 of revenue The democratic plan would be to cut this to say 240000000 and makeup the 60000000 by an income tax amendment Senator Bailey is giving his attention to this feature and hopes to be able to draft an amendment on that subject that will command the support of the minority MARSE HENRI has not a bit of use for prohibition but that he fa favorable to local option the following from his penI will show The Editor of the Courier Journal lives at JetTersontown Jeffer son county which is as dry as a bon and to keep it BO he would exhaust hlaI powers of suasion with his neighborsI He has never at any that local option is a failure to because it is not It is not only not a failure but it is sufficient to do all that may beI done by law to conserve morals of a people and the order of a com munityIFIRES breaking out almost simul taneously in several sections of Roch otter N Y Tuesday threatened to de stroy the city and it was only after he Ii role work that the flames were control ed A high wind contributed to the spread of the fire and many buildings were destroyed Buffalo and Syracuse were asked for help and sent apparatus The loss is estimated at 500000 Overto 100 families are left homeless and itof was necessary to call out the militia to in the district b the firesITHE Washington Legislature has passed a law prohibiting men under 2 and women under 18 years of age ma rying And a splendid law it is It is a shame that children of 14 to 20 are permitted to marry in Kentucky andC we hope the next Legislature will take steps to prohibit such a thingJPRESIDENT TAKT JiM instructed Director North of the Census Bureau to disregard party lines in securing suitable men under the new census act The instructions it WilY said have ea ia pecinl reference to the South- POLITICAL r Berry P Howard has been appointed postmaster at Wallsend Bell county Equal suffrage advocates of Illinois arc going to Springfield in great num joinlegislativo Announcement ia made that the pros ident has leased as a summer home a cottage at Woodberry Point Beverly Mass A Pittsburg baker has appealed Secretary Knox to urge Congress to take some action to stop the selling of futures in wheat and other foodstuffs That the present session of the House of Representatives called to enact tare iff legislation is not restricted to that subject was the decistorCof Speaker CannonTho Missouri House of Representa fives the bill submitting a con stitutional amendent providing for statewide prohibition to a vote of the qualified electors of the State The bit 1I now goes to tho Senate President Gompers of the American Federation of Labor has arranged for an important labor conference at the White House this afternoon when mat ters affecting the interests of organized labor will be discussed between Presi dent Taft and the members of the executive council of this American Federa lion of Labor Senator Newlands presented in the Senate an amendment to the tariff bl providing that whenever a are loss than onetenth of the to consumption of any article used in the United States there shall be a reduc tion of 10 per cent annually in the dot until importations aggregate at least onetenth of the consumption I Here and TheretFire at Elyria 0 Wednesday caused losses aggregating 100000 There was a heavy fall of snow Wednesday in some portions of Wisconsin Mack and Arthur Whisman father and son were arrested in Wolfe county on the charge of killing Goff Profitt Charles Kelley a wellknown young man of Frankfort was convicted of manslaughter for killing Ira Phillips and given 15 years in the penitentiary The ice in thb Niagara gorge has ee considerably and shows that save l of the locks have been wrenched from their moorings and that the damage will be more serious than had been suspectedTho old daughter of Thos Delph was burned to death at Manche- ter In company with two little brot ers she was playing with some shavings which they set on fire Her clothin caught and the body was burned almost to a crisp IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs W H Litton died suddenly of paralysis at East Bernstadt Louis Vance 8 Co London grocers have filed a petition in bankruptcy Everett Ellisons handsome home at Williamsburg was destroyed by fire William Lucas a prominent citizen of East Bernstadt is dead of consumption J E Phillips aged 63 and for 20 years a saddler at London is dead of stomach trouble The handsome home of A C Wither spoon of Lawrenceburg burned caus ing a loss of 8000 W E Bell of Corbin has leased Rockcastle Springs and will conduct the popular resort this season In a row at Altamont Laurel county Emory Slayde cut Martin Welshs throat exposing but now severing the jugular vein OTTENHEIM Large crowds attended the services both churches Sunday- It is the general belief in this section that the peach crop is killedl tee which means that Spring is near Mrs W S Doan has returned from burial of her mother who lived in Rock castleThere have been several land sales in section by various parties and it seems that land is bringing its worth The Boone Bros have their shop at old stand of Boones shop and are prepared to do any and all kinds of work Route No1 has been extended up to F L Davis store with a dozen or more new boxes which means a great increase of mail matter During the Spring every one weal be benefltted by taking Foleys Kldno Remedy It furnishes a needed tonic the kidneys after the extra strain winter and it purifies the blood by stimulating the kidneys and causing them to dominate the impurities from Foleys Kidney Remedy Imparts new life and vigor Pleasant to take New Stanford Drug Co 1By an agreement between attorneys for the Latonia Jockey Club and the Kentucky Racing Commission the courtI appeals advanced for oral argument on May G the appeal of the commission Judge Harbesons decision in the Kenton circuit court holding the legis lative act creating the commission un constitutional Ten thousand men could not find Crazy Snake in tho region in which ho hiding to said Col Koy Hoffman off the Oklahoma State militia wholed jAccordingceived in Washington there Isa re newal of alarm on the frontier ofvSal vador over the movements eINiC ara uan troops o strucktout of commission 4 y 1NOTICEI nt the lowest poSilblerrlcel lllnck paint COo per square and 4oo square fot0r J W HTKWAUT Rowland Ky I Harry Jacobs I IXnler lu and Mnnufacturvrof Marblo and Granite MenuI morns LnwnVaelKinney Ky A WORD TO YOU I tntmcaUurlneraovered nor know any manufacturer to offer n butter lino of tobacco both Batumi Leaf Twist for smoking and chewing and Tressed Chewing Tobacco than t now offer Orders 0Uclted through your Jobber or direct by curIKyIFriendship Twist Old lirodbead U- Ientucky mutsatid lllue Grass hunter j Beau Naboth 45006t IB Nsboth 10116 bsalIn Joy Metropolitan tali by llnmbleton Inn 10 ant dam JOIt Mnmbrlno Htnrllgnta913aybnrlbuyAlIthdnmMnr doydum byThornton Ituttler standln15arsg IlunlitlolWill stand at the bnrn of Felix White 1 plkllotweekMoneyk 1 with or bred elsewhere The best personal rare taken though no responsibility lot no cldonts or elcaI When advisable Imprcgnator will be used J M PBTTU8 Stanford Ky I GOLD BOND Hedyson of the Wilkes fatally Fooled yalwa OldII DAMK USllleetlawllkrritaegrealertll Ing sire stud dam O K Clny ekh oldbroodIUhaodlorhandUngtransmit great form style and speed to his ranprices Hlathspud afterseason IloxIgSHERIFFS SALE Not6lTdirectedroe to of the Doyle circuit court in favor of Kdwnrd oneuquopuuex of ol May Iiui between the hours of 1 OclOCK tblluedoor pose to public Rule to the hlghrat lldr the reofmayiinT an of toWitaltunlrllhlwhtcounty Tin ptbounded 011 tho North by loner of GeorgeOndills on the Hunt by land of Mutt Urn Y Ice on sue Souls by till lands of Jail lag I Ibtmoody i urOsecurlregalred TEIIMX MUM will iw made on n credit of I l RndIIIvlnKtills lit tiny or sprit 110 T J HILL Sheriff ASHLAND BROOK t 0411M I HuckertowhileNoiffiYRBIllottlSrwyIpsIWJecordWroubyAdtbadlYllkuaYvlrrconlYdty alurreranustsby Jon iionrueNit foowor golllil with shred style and action HI olldtlluynnkotftlYupreYeutlIeneontjlJltt1tlnnl II II Jenneackfor Jennets to Insure a living colt lllllr bthllrtKnpllaIIuuurfusaed MarcdduyKING EAGLEN- oI 35d1 VolIAHJIIt KlngKnglels IUllanll tallSndnctlon0 IsUyJtouutaS91 a5TshxhIlurrla4s Mora by JIm hull IthoroUllhhrtd licoltsHe aired the colt that won the jsn stllilo ntInncnuenleleatlug egreat lhnv tic ThlUL or Kbtq a Hllrrodllmrgwltbwmnthbstake twurutofthroxshuwa iflcolts pro la t he hlglest priceKlog Maglu wllllllllko the present reason u eollIuinn anil M forjenneti IidJohn WNIIY Ynd dam Uy lerchxr Jim Keen poinl11Krent willmnke1IhIllkHI forfeits tilt 1Illnlllle anI alonelwwmraduunt thOtlllloofuCh tmulIltlon takingst u Ihono n Ring S StanfordKy I W H LAIR HustonvlIIe Kyt tsar added a nlce line of OUOOEIUKHJto his JfEAT MA1iKfTnnd aska portion of your patronage Kresh Opals at the Low est ltlce11 his motto FOR SALE I A fnrm on Indian Crook 137 acres 2J MiddleburgNdwelling born nod all necessary outbuild grassInndj on or address C M IKHKINH- Mlddlttburg Ky Stock of Merchandise jfor Sale my stock of Oro Doing n iiiulI ness Wilt Invoice aloof 13rDJ Itraion111 wealth OKO n HOrPRH Stanford Ky T F GROSS Crab Orchard Kentucky aUlIImakesIItching 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 All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Mcd Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE 3FARM FOR SALE I The farm of 1 W acres of good blue grass land p InRonetulle North of McKlnn yon the pike Improvements and trains good of water anti fruit Also 1SS urns of timbered land one mile East of MoRlnnny half under foncoplenty of water and good tobacco loud Met grow ngorop JACHVKNMAgentMcKtnneyKy Dinwiddie AwHustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line goodsDON VARRICK This maRnlflctintly bred young stnlllnn I will make the raison of 1pN at my ktabli nt Htanrord Kyt t better known asthe l r Ital ItI colthon tnut short back heavy bone In fort tax highstype of the trotter He Is by tar lInt Un ward Hllver IIiSf that won the JSilW Trail arlt nnlnltt uneven tat raN 11I1I1f nnll the liIrwon the SntJto Homier Mrtimrinl anti the MA lln broken hand nod sold for Jlni I nnd later sold for l2555 loon Var rick In bred exactly like HpanKh wantba won till fVnTrantylvanlaln lt to mnkinu n record n 217 and was claused as one of Hi big four being one of the greatest money winners on the grand year On ward Sliver in liy Onward one of great est and best sons of lleorge Wilkes On word dam was the dove uf Director the sire of that greatfamily of trotters 11111111 cars Don dam was by Wllkes Hoy by Oeorgo Wllken n full sister to The Wag Y16 anti half sister to Madeline Ilitchen the ilntn of Kubber 3o Winches fur lifi Hilly Wlllon1O and Mis IISW Slid dam rlrv by Hoggs Joy Eaue h- idxuutfThnltngMadeline Kitchen thedamof llublwr Ilu Winchester lVt Hilly Wilton Stai and Miss 1C IiDon Vnrrlckcdnni pnxluitKi IT Connor that paced a public half mile on tlit IfXluu ton track at in month In I rO and sow t N W Hublnger of New Ilnvin ann fa IUKI Hhealsoproduceil jinnelelrncittittrotted n half mile on the ID month In 111 anti sold for 01 lIaM note the rich Inherltaneo of speed on both Hides not n missing link for scars attune ilreeritothisfrltowund you cant sales the thrnt things every breeder look fur sue speed nud looks t4lt him before liooklng your mares Nvaion money due when mares ore parted with or bred to JlrdllYsponilble for nccldeuts or e caies- UKCldlKUUY Stanford Ky THE WARFIELD Trial JSI trotting Park bay stallion 10 hands foaled IKOI III dam Haughty Girl by Hex Amcrlcux HKtv 4yearold record allU sire of Italtleton 4yearold record 2 54 American Hello 1 yr uWYlr nod IN others In Yt11Ut n son of Onward 1 111 ncord aiX lire of Onward Silver lasS wagx127a sire of 71 Including Lady of the Manor 2 0134 lard Uerby YUTylltstr u0 Law YUpJy dxuheralDYdo ard dam Dotlet by Nutwood till the sire of 17f In the Ilea- thdnmTnimabyNttnthnore Me sire of pl In the lis- ttlilamMlllardbv Albion Oth distil Ned by Edwin Forest 7th dam Ludy Turner by Mnmbrlno OIlier 11 The WnrHeld Is a representative atalilo- htnil tho word Implies To say that he ha emaof here Devil lie his them thev or such symmetrical character as remake him stallion among many JIll head and nick body art perfect and when leen lnconnection with hna faultless soft UnproalrNy thatyhas two Mambrlno King croxnes two Mam brine Intchen two Mambrlno 1lleftono Uhluwel Onward I Ocorga more nitretThe Warlleld Irby harm Devil SW28 record byJinrobrinoE bylectioneer rhorailretNUtlnnnlllorrxHlnwlut Nutlnnn111nreoMhowtitHhowlWH close Y Irst National Horse Hhow mi cliimil llrKt Nntloniil Home Show lists classtsnecond Iloiton Ilorso dhow ICtl class il sue eveIinn Horse HUow fps fliu 7 He sired The I N Henu Wonlla5 of Princess I iui Devils Daughter ili Hnrnli Hntllt faciaeUvlngliolt8MOWKN8McklnneyKy I rR Our Boys Short Pants Suits are truly I 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 10t 1 r It H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY mgEEEEtEEEEt aE a Em I PURl OLIVE OIL f mDirect importation from France The m very best for eating and lr t fr m medicinal pur posesm Y 1 p1 I 4 Urtel PENNYS DRUG STORE fa Stanford Kentucky i 8BBEBBB B B BBBE EE The American fenceI The Fence With Hinge Joint And TensionJ a 6e 1 Curve I rWhich has placed it in the market second to nova It is bull strong pig tight well galvanized and of the best Heaomer steel wire Calland fOe it lwr ki haveeGEORGE H FARRIS Stanford SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEEfllNG I am prepared todo sill kinds of furveyln nnd civil engineering promptly My work will hu guaranteed and my prices am rea onuble IYTltxmeal llustonvllloEubungw WALTER MOKINNKY FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A lino blue grass farm for suits Mtunted on nuwiilkontiir 1olnt Ijimvell anti six miles south of Uinciuter Ylq acres well lociitod III goal neighborhood dulng part of the John tnict wills is bond some new twostory sevenroom heslduncn thereon with nllllncenllry outbttlldlngsund rnanhighrough IInlltwocent interest until pall Iersons looking fur such plnco please writ or sea wO WAJICKH Htmiforti J r y King Eagle Jr Klnlt1ulle I byHtonewnllJackMon1tlloYIII sireCabbullsdlllll ltlp u I she hy nKlelllrll lull ho by fartdutttbyiinrrlaLrnumrkhobvMiller I KinK Eagle Jrs lit durn was Moult CrockettNuTltKlllg a neanti a I su Ih and well propurtloned lr wilyA combined with plenty of speed hlllnpll1101 t ofIYuyueUurgoutFIYtiingCreek coltMiiriw parted with or bard also I itstuns 1 JIIcelllllItsHONItFlJ b t wit Ladies Shoes 84 loritBnck or Tan twooyelet Oozo calf low fchfic The swellcet for n drew shoe I 3 and 350 For Plait Kid Tan Kid or Patent one and two eyelet low shoes Your foot will look well In these and the strap prevents tho slipping up and down I 250 For Patent or ran two eyelet welt or turnsole An excellent value 2 and 150 For n variety of style in Patent and Tan also tho walkC1ysfyle for tender feet f s The Interior Journal STANFORD KY AMMI 1C 1001 FINE lino of Reels Poles Linea and o nil other Fishing Tacklo at Penny Drug Stoic =PERSONALS MR SAM ROBINSON was in Louisville this week MORRISON BRIGHT has been quite tick for several days Mns L II IIILTON visited her par cnta at Brodhcad MRS W L MCCARTY is with relatives at Pinovlllo MR J S HOCKKR went up to Mid dleiboro Wednesday MR JOSEPH GIBSON of Somerset was hero Wednesday MR JAMES F CUMMINS made a busl ness trip to Cincinnati Sow and eight nice shoats for sale J M McCarty Stanford Miss IRENE ROMANS of Lancaster visited Miss Lottie Canon i ATTORNEY G D FLORENCE was In Lexington this week on business MRS CICERO RAMSEY of Monticello was the guest of Mrs L B Cook Mns W 11 JACKSON of London Is v with her son Mr John HJackson Miss IDA RJNEHART of London was 4 tho guest of Mrs John H Jackson MRS W R DILUON of London is with her sister Mrs Joseph Coffey MRS DKXTER lUtxou and children are visiting relatives at Crab Orchard MISS NANNIE WOODS ENGIEMAN at tended the hop at Mt Sterling Tuesday nfcht Mns Dotur WIIIPP COOTS of Lib erty is with Mr and Mrs P W WhIppMISS IDA LEE HOUIIN of Garrard ii the guest of her sister Mrs W K Warner EVERETT STONE of Louisville was up to tee Ms parent Wednesday and Thursday Massifs R B WOODS and James H Yowell attended tho dance at ML Ster I ling on the UthI of tortMR A T NUNNBLtEY Worth Texai arrived Wednesday to visit his parents MRJ T ADAMS came down from Mt Vernon to buy some of Ed nub bards cabbage plants t of Kings Mns EDMOND MURPHY ville is visiting her sister Mrs T W Gooch in tho West End MK J W FKKHW and son Jesse Perrin of Anderson Ind are hero with friends and relatives DR AND MRS F H DRor and little lon Donald of Cleveland 0 were guests of Mr and Mrs A C Altord MR THOMAS S BENSON our Middle burg correspondent and Mr Q R Jones nlso of Casey were here on bus loess Wednesday MESSRS LOGAN AND HARVEY WILKINSON respectively of Hannibal and Moscow Mills Mo are hero with their brothers Booker and Ed Wilkinson Mns L M GOODKNIOHT and Master David Goodknight left Wednesday for Pincvllle Oregon Miss Elizabeth Simpson accompanied them as far as Louisville MYERS and son Sid ofA MRS MARTHA Stanford wero hero from Thursday to Sundaylwith Mrs Myers brother Mr W II Brown who Is seriously ill LibertyNcws MR KINDRICK ALCORN has returned b from Deland Fin where ho spent several months lie is In fine health and looks as well as ho did before his severe spell MR LIL WALKER and bride of Lan caster tooktho train here for Louis ville Wednesday afternoon They were accompanied by Miss Katie Simpson and Mr Green Clay Walker We were in error when we stated that Mrs Pearl Freeman was working in tho telephone exchange A friend us the item but wo of tho paper Rave find that heiwas misinformed Miss ECHO SMITII who has been spending the past seven months with relatives and friends in Wapakoneta 0 and visiting in other cities has ro turned to her home at Crab Orchard has been call MR 0 JTliUUMOND od to Ash Grove Mo on account of the serious Illness of his father Mr J L Thurmond Mr Thomas Metcalf It who has been quite ill for several weeks is much Improved and is now on tho Mrs J Grecoveryroad to speedy Carpenter dStanford Misa were down rom today Advocate I JUDGE J W ALCORN was in Lexing ton this week Miss MARY ELIZAIIETH MCKINNE has a mild case of scarlet fever REv R B MAIIONY and Miss Virgfn la Mahony have returned from a pro traded visit to relatives in South Caro linaMR AND MRS JOHN II SHANKS or rived from Watsonvillc Cal Monday Both look as If tho golden coast agreed with them- CLOTHES LOCALS ip French cleaned Cook d Farmer MOVING pictures every night at the Thcatorium LAND BUCHANAN shipped four car loads of scrap iron to the cities this week HANDKERCHIEF linens for waists in plain stripe and check 2Cc to SI Sev cranco Son Fort cleaning and lettering mono month call on Harry Jacobs tho Mc Kinney monument man CHANGE program Monday Wed nesday and Friday of each week at the Thcatorium 5 and lOc BADE HANSFORD colored was giver 30 days in jail for stealing a tot of horso shoes from Grimes Beszleys shop EGGS for solo from Red hens Wild Mallard ducks and Toulouse geese Mrs W J Edmiston Crab Orchard Ky PHUSEKVK your with the best roof paint on earth mixed on Somerset St Stanford Ky at Eads tin shop SAM COCUKAV of tho East End was adjudged of unsound mind and taken to the asylum at Lakeland a few days ago I HAVE a very nice line of uptodate millinery that will please my patrons which I Invite the ladles of McKlnney and vicinity to call and see Mrs M V Moore TUB Lincoln County National Bank bought the 36000 with of Lincoln county four per cent bonds at par A pret ty big deal but the Institution is more than equal to the occasion THERE will bo an entertainment at Graded School Chapel Friday evening at 730 oclock Friends and patrons should encourage pupils by their presence Admission usual prlcoa WHISKY was considerably in evidence hero court day One poor fellow got good and drunk and caught a 5 fine Chief of Police Carter says ho has his eyes on the blind tiger operators and that they are going to hear something drop soon ON April 4th this office received a letter from Mr S H Martin of Mt Vernon saying kindly discontinue the I J I must get along without it On tho 12th another letter came from Mr M with 1 enclosed asking that back numbers bo sent and the paper continued to his address F A CLEGO of the firm of F A Clegg Co Louisville met the fiscal court hero Tuesday and got the con tract for heating the new court house Mr F H Miller who is superintending tho building of tho courthouse says Mr Cleggs firm is an excellent one and our people may expect a good job EVANS Mr George W Evans one of tho best citizens of Garrard county died at his home in Lancaster Wednes day aged about 80 His wife who was Mrs Sallie fraylor Perkins a sister of- llessrsJohn and W H Traylor of this county died a number of years ago but a sister is loft to mourn tho loss of a brother whoso lovo of and devotion to her was beautiful indeed The burial occurred in the Lancaster cemetery yesterday morning after services at tho Christian church by Rev F M Tinder TUB INTERIOR JOURNAL publishes a picture in its last issue of how tho now courthouse which is now under construction will look when completed and if it measures up to the picture it will bo ono of tho most exquisite struc cures of its kind outside of Lexington land wo greatly fear that Ed Walton get so proud that ho will quit coming to Somerset at all Somerset Jour nal Ncvco Ed Is proud of the court house and everything else in this good county but ho likes Somerset and would go there oftener if business would demand Laying Down The Law In regard to shuo comfort is your privilege and we have no argument to make if tho shoo pinches but If The Shoe Fits You Wear It If it dent conic and let us fit you with a pair out of our large stockjwe have tho kinds to fit all feet and prices that wont cause your purse to have fits 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 thcso qualities THERE will be a good roads mcetini I at Ottonheim next Sunday at 2 I M Everybody invited FOR SALEPuro S C Drown Leg horn eggs Improved laying strain Mrs R L Derry Hustonvillo Ky Phone 833 rings 1 Tie person who by mistake tooka long mourning veil from opera house on night of Mrs Wfggs show will please return to this office FOR SALE 10000 transplanted cab bago plants should be planted now and JOOOO transplanted tomato plants Ed Hubbard Stanford PATRONS and friends of Graded School are expected at tho entertainment given at Graded School Chapel Friday evening at 730 oclock FLY tlmo is here Screenyour doors and windows before the flies get in Screen cloth doors and window screens at attractive prices G D Hopper I I HAVE moved to on East Main street and am prepared to do up to date plumbing and tinning Come In and BOO tho best roofing on tho market W K Warner JUST received a car of Webber Wag ons also wo havo on hand Hoosier Corn Drills Disc Harrows and other farming Implements See us before placing your order Coffey Bishop More land Tin Lincoln County Medical Society will meet in Stanford at 1030 Tuesday morning Business of Importance is to bo transacted and each member is urg ed to be present A good program has been arranged TUB opening game ofthe coming base ball season will be played Friday April 1C on Graded School grounds Danville Red Legs vs S H S game called at 330 admission 15 and 25c ladies free Como and show your in terest in athletics UNDER a splendid picture of tho gentleman tho Advocate sayr Mr George D Weatherford is tho affable and clover purchaser of the drug busi ness of Mr John S Wells He formerly lived in Danvillo and is as well known here and is as popular as ho is In his old home town of Huslonvillc Ho is a member of Ryan Commandery of Knights Templar and a gentleman of the highest order The Advocate also prints a fino likeness of Cashier J W Hoskins of tho Peoples Bank of hue tonville together with a very compli mentary mention of tho splendid gentle man PURSUANT to a call of the county board and in compliance with tho law the Fiscal court metTuesday and made a levy of 10 cents to apply on all proper ty in Lincoln county except in those dis tricts whero tho levy is already as much as 20 cents Tho money raised by this taxation shall go to improve schoolhouses for taking census and paying debts already incurred by somo dis tricts Not the least beneficial will bo the establishment of a County High School ThA County High School and tho Stanford thigh School will be coex- Istent the coming year The County Board of Education has already enter ed into an agreement with the local board to that effect Now let tho pa trons of the rural schools see that their children complete the common school branches and then enter the County High School free of charge To be en titled to free tuition in this high school the pupil must take the examination before the County Board of Examiners on tho second Friday and Saturday in May It is recommended that each boy and girl take this examination if they have any intention of attending County High School next year If the new law is a benefit let it become operative at once rho people of Lincoln county can help to raise Kentucky from her low scale of illiteracy and mako things go by encouraging every ono to patronize high schools and colleges NoW that a high school education may be had by anyone free of charge let every opportunity be seized for betterment Tho desire for what we lack and tho less striving after better things us men Let tho pupils who go to some high school take tho examination before the County Board of Ex miners tho second Friday and Saturday in May get n certificate of grad uation in tho common sthool course and I I 1 J u SEE new line linen wash suits at Hughes Martin Gos NEW millinery goods just in Call and see them Misses Straub FOR SALEChllds portable playhouse Apply to Claiborne C Walton IF you are particular try Denhams Rex coal Yards at Stanford and Row land WANTED to loan 3000 on first mortgage land notes Enquire at this office ATTEND the Graded School Entertain ment Friday night and encourage the workers BEST line of wallpaperand mattings we have over carried Prices right Tribblo Pence DR W N CRAIG till further notice will be at the drug store of Shugars 8 Tanner Those who need glasses will please call or leave their names there Tim first excursion theyear over tho K C to Cincinnati will be run next Sunday The fare for tho roundtrip is 175 Train leaves Stanford depot at 5A M- MRS LUCY CASH sold to Mr W B Hill 61 Hustonville her handsome home on Danvillo Avenue and will give possession May 1 The price is private FOR RENT 23d corner suite of rooms in I 00 F building Very suitable for lawyers offices Ad jacent to county court rooms Now oc cupied by J N Saunders Apply to J W Ireland Mgr JOHN WATSON and Susie George both colored were brought to the jail hero from Lancaster to be kept until tho jail there is repaired The former is charged with smuggling tools into the jail and the latter with forgery toneRTs Mrs Bertha Roberts aged 57 years of Brodhead died sud denly of pneumonia while on a visit to I her daughter Mrs Douglas Brown at Lebanon Junction The burial was at Crab Orchard Mrs Roberts was the mother of Mrs G A hays who lives just over the Lincoln county line in Rockcastle TilE Theatorium i now thing of beauty Tho promoters have papered and painted their place and put in ad ditional electric lights until it is as light as day when all of the incandescents are turned on The films now being shown come direct from New York and none are over six weeks old Good crowds attend every show and every body comes away more than pleased Go if you have not been and youll get the habit good and strong Iroventlcs those Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely and quickly check all colds and tho Grip Try them once and see 434ic Sold by Pennys Drug Store HUR Draft Stallion dtSltfto Insure a Liv ing Colt Also a good Mule Jack at the same price and on same conditions- M S BAUOHMAN Stanford Ky SEASON OF 1909 VI wlllitnndnt my farm near Preach onvllle the wellknown Hllns Amlertoii jack which has perhaps gotten as many tiou coltiai any Jack In Cbe county nt IS to ln turen living colt Will also ttnndtho iplen did IVnvIneitalllon ned Ilex Jr by Rod he by Hex IVnvlne at f 10 to Injure a living colt He will bo permitted to servo only n llndted number mares I W P OKIMKH A LEVi BELL PrllIchenvll e RED LEAF Hire of lion lIur winner of grand pionship New York Lady lied Leaf winner walMrot clam Chicago nnd the tr geld ing that won the saddle and harness classes at tho Kentucky State more hlghlrkld blghchus Bhowhollils and Uunu that any Blulllon In Kentucky US to Insure u colt and a goud one or SItwCIlBIi nt tlmo of service It KGOm AKI Jlurmlstmrn Ky T Salelof Bank Stock An Administrator with the will annexed of the entitle ofSallie A Sllmuilduceii ed I will on SATUHDAY MAY 1111011 between tho hours of 10 oclouk A M IIUlItI oclock v la at Huntonvlllo Lincoln Co Ky at public sole fourshnres of iitock In the IliiNtonvlIK1 National Hank reiwrvlng the right to withdraw tiny slmr or IIhlftaU the bid Is not ciitlifnctory Term wish QKO DrWKATHKKHOItD Adm8ullle A Shipment s ChildrenShoes r Never did wo show so many pretty styles nnd at eo reaeonablo prices v 1 50cFor infants soft solo strap or two button in White Light Blue andean t 75c and 90cFor Black Tan or Red etrnp slippers t 1 1 and 125 For choice of half dozen different styles nnd in Vici Tan and Patent i y 150 and 2tJ For the nemo of shoe in Tans and tlstraps and SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY 1 storeroom makesI anotherorwardmovement Wednesday GEORGE Kentuckyrmnple oxfordsly MartinJL R Hughes T W Humble W O linen wash suits t l 4ift1 t i1 Wo have just received beautiful line of Linen Wash Suits 1 j l These suits arc in all colors bcautifullytrimmed and the i reclfact they arc made by the Queen Skirt Co is sufficient ommendation for the very latest in Styles Quality of Goods c We invite your inspection and guarantee quality of goods fit and pri- cei1UGI1ES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY THERES NO EXCUSE1 ou should be well dressed When clothes ore as good and as moderate tin price as they are with us theres nothing but bhimo for you if you dont U dress well not extravagantly mind you not expensively just decently thats all It wont cost you much to fit out with us Take our 1760 nSpring Suit ns an instance You oouldnt have clothes made to your order which would fit you any better or any that would have more tailoring in f them Or do you prefer coat und trousers with fancy vest If fo will find us with nu excellent assortment Como in and advise with ustW E Perkins Crab Orchard ik s f Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE in Lancaster Stanford Hustonville and Brodhead H B NORTHCUTT Stan- fordFARMERS Get busy anti give your orders fur fertilizer I have tho nicest line of Buggies Surreys Plmtons ajjd Runabouts that I lave over handled Cull rind look before buying Also McCormack Ma shines Globe Fertilizer for Tobacco and Corn Sille Krause Pivot Axle Hiding Cultivator E T PENCE STANFORD1 t- w The Interior Journal I fntertdintta PottOffice at Stanford 01 ttecnddati matter L N TIME TKBLEN- oSlBouthllMrW NoJtouthlle3A M No 24 North 44O A M No M North SCT r x No 27 1017 AM Noj 210 r x JOS Sr RICE Agont I The Truth Every person in this city who is suffering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi external use All durcgists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owaley Building Insures Tobacco and Tobacco tarns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone SO omco 95 Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedAdorinas Fox Is a handsome large Jersey Bull de scended from a and unbroken lino of the most noted bulls and cows on the island of Jersey England and America lice I sire Is one of the best bulls ever Imported and his dam Is a bow cow that poundlof rich milk In one day If you be 1I0verJke begets Like or the LIkeness ot some Ancestor and have a strictly good cow you should avail yourself of his ser f vice will be allowed to serve a limited number of approved registered cows out 1J side of our own herd this year for a fee 15 each Muke engagement before cow to be bred k OTTKH Telephone SO Stanford Ky N nWe have to over three extra choice bull calves that will be sold at right prices At McKinney Ky I You can find our Standard Remedy the greatest bloodmind liver medicine yet known In case of Uheumatlsm Halt Itbeum Kidney i Trouble and all diseases arising from Impure blood It has no equal It Is menu t factured under the food act of Juno so 1IlOO and guarlpueel by the utanufncturer ii- t the dY 18lIkell occordlng to direction and If he or she Is not benefited by the use of the Remedy we will refund your money We can do nothing more Each package contain n1 doses with n registered guaran tee and mailing card with Iull Instruction We sendlt to any address by on ceipt or SI per package or six packages for IS Better order a box today In r time you might sow the yonccard ltemeillber If ou take Hemed Ing to Instruction und are not benefited you get your dollar back You will not findmeremedyin drug stores for sale It ts sold only ItfcUUKN b our WIGLIA BIA- gentCONCRETING We are In position to do nil kinds of con creting such ns mock Work Pavements and in fuel we can make nny thing front r house down to a fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee flr tcinss work and material Cull und get our pr Ices before you buy your material at least PHiLLiPS BROS Stanford Ky JLBeazleyCo Unclel takers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Thun a Call Prices Right STfDOIRD KENTUCKY J C McClary I Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in I HarnessSaddlorySaik j C iii A EOHD KY I Or R Phone set r HometPhoo Dll it FARMERS DEPARTMENT IGood Jersey milk cow for sale W 0 Walker Stanford J Crit Eubanks says that cut worms are playing havoc with his hemp Millionaire Haggin will put out between 300 and 400 acres of tobacco on his immense Fayette county farm Tho stock barn of J J Duer of Franklin county wns burned Six horses one mule and all the provender were destroyedFOR One red yearling short horn bull and one fresh Jersey a fine butter cow A W Carpenter More land Ky A bill designed to prohibit the publi cation in newspapers of betting odds on horse races passed the New York Sen ate by a vote of 31 to 13 A little sulphur put in the boxes of a corn planter with the seed corn Is said to be a certain preventive against tho ravages of cut worms Every one of the 556 stalls at the track of the Kentucky Racing Associa tion at Lexington has been reserved for the race meeting beginning April 24thBeau Naboth will make the season of 1909 at my barn Bring me your barren marcs I have successfully used the impregnator for two yrs Felix White Stanford Ky Those wanting my pure Boone county 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 PREACHERSVILLE Rev Pierce Bryant filled his appoint ment here Saturday and Sunday preach- Ing three fine sermons A large crowd heard each sermon Mr A J Thompson and family an delighted with their new home in Boyle county Mr T had been a resident of this county for 20 yearn and everybody who knew him liked him well He was one of our most substantial citizens a tine farmer and an excellent neighbor We give this family up with regret but wish them much success in their new home ofeFannie and Ella Thompson were with relatives here Mrs J Kirby of Low ell was with her mother Mrs Henry Blankenship who is dangerously ill Mrs J F Payne visited at Rowland J W Blankenship of Mercer was here recently J D Horton is back from Martinsville Ind D J Rigab and wife and Miss Hettie Rigsby visit ed here MATRIMONIAL A Pensacola Fla couple aged 14 and 13 respectively ran off and mar ried Jilcs Royston and Miss Ellen Coffman will be joined in wedlocks holy bonds at J L Coffmans tomorrow The engagement of Mme Lillian Nor dica to George W Young millionaire and president of the Windsor Trust Company has been made public by New York papers At Lexington James w Yeager and Miss Lizzie Butner just 13 years old were made husband and wife Tho par ents of the brido were present and gave their personal sanction to the marriage which was solemnized at the courthouse In the presence of a carious crowd Words To eezeSoulIYour son has consumption His caso is hopeless These appal ling words were spoken to Geo E Elevens a lending merchant of Spring tiold N C by two expert doctors ono a lung specialist Then was shown the wonderful power of Dr Kings New Discovery After three weeks use writes Mr Blevens he was as well as ever I would not take all the money in the world for what it did form boy It Infallible for coughs and colds its the safest surest cureof dos perate lung diseases on earth 60o and SI Guarantee satisfaction Trial bottle free Pennys Drug Store Unwell Do you suppose Roosevelt will be able to kill lions in Africa I PowellSure if he cant shoot em he can send em a message Harpers Weekly Mr F G Fritts Oneonta N Y writes My little girl was greatly benelltted by taking Foleys Orlno Laxative and I think It Is the best remedy for constipation and liver trouble Foley Orlno Laxative is best for womeh and children as it is mild pleasant and effective and is a splendid spring medicine as it cleanses the system and clears the complex ion New Stanford Drug Co The loss caused by the fire which de stroyed the Kenllworth Inn at Ashe ville N C is estimated at 250000 with 75000 insurance George W Vanderbilt was the chief owner Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 2fxj Box Sold by Penn Drugstore i xjairiage tjj1Ianswered th- ertued cynic on the amount of nil loony involved f JA4 = 1r A tickling or dry cough can bo quickly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chlo roform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store F So you have quit being a poet tot I Yes a friend pointed out that It was just as easy to sell lightning rods as poetry CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE- I 1 cnn furnish the public with tho belt III well ni the freshest of cut flowers plants uf nil kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Alto 1II110 n specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes In connection with the alwve I Imvo nil kinds of vegetables on hand nt reatonabli prices ontU T IAN IHKKN I1OUHK8 Ell HUlinAKIl 1BO- HStanford Ky CHESTER JEWEL My stallion Cheater Jewel black 16 hands high will make the season of 1W9 ot my stable four miles West of Grab Orchard at mouth ofCedar Oreukatil to Iniuro ml living colt Hired by Chester Dnro lit dam by Hocom Jewel This mare Is thodom of n inaro that sold for 13UO 2nd dam by Holmes Urtnnon 3rd dam Anna lluford by llontlo 4th dnn- Ileuln by lloston Gth dom by Epsilon ctl byUolyerMoneyI traded Mares grazed at 2 per month nlbills lmld before removal o mares not responsible for accidents or escapes I JOHN W HOLM MQrubOrchn- nlKyBlacK JoeWill make the season of 1KW at our stable IK miles Northwest of Htanford Ky at II to Insure n living colt Black Joe Is fay Preston 92i Kentuckygreatest saddle stallion Joea let dllm LnclebyMessengerbenumark d dam nettle Robinson by Robinsons vermon llninbletonlan he is n very tine Individual black with one white fool stands hands weight IJOM pounds 3ytan old nlMddlrund seryshowy lu harness of tine style mind salon Hee him before you book your mares Henson duo if mare Is traded or parted with All care will bo taken to avoid acci dents but notresponstbloshould anroccur- J U A k KON- HBtanord Ky PRESTON 922 Vol11 Champion galled saddle stallion of Ken tucky Winning nt nil the Kentucky fairs and also at the show nt Buffalo N a- Mt Louis Mo and Kansas City Hired by Washington No 61 Flat dam Bell by Hhoderlck No 101 Second dam by Denmark He Is n brown horse 1Sj hands high with line style and ery Sxlgh action It Is useless to any more about him as the people of this and the adjoining counties know his record as n show horse and alto for brwdlng pur poses He will make tile season of IttXl at my stable In Crab Orchard Ky at the reason able figure ofSito insure a living colt Will keep mares on grass at 12 per month but will not ho responsible for accident 01 of stock due If mare li traded or parted with or bred to other tockJInAILN Crab Orchard Ky Dorsey Golddust 12052 Full brother to Bstelle No 11- 0BlredbyZllradKioldduitm I by Hold dust 1W by Vermont Morgan nml on to Justin Morgan Thodam ofZIIcadl lolddusl was by on ImpArablan Htnlllon Kllesdl I dam Dorsey Goldduit Is Florence be Golden Mlngo Chief a son of tails Comet Morgan und on toJusUnlllorgo- llNtlTrThllslIlI Intensely InhnMMontiii Htnlllon time blood now A led black iulnts It hands high IIctlonlwithIII ms high class show road and inducelothnml merit ns a producer of mine road show and sale horses The present season will IKJ rondo at mj torn 514 miles front Htanford nt ref tolnsure n living colt Money due when colt comesoi mnre parted with Mares kept on grass at Good core given but no reilIOn 10jrdoyaccidents or SClIJXt UKII Safeguard the Future The safest surest and most adequate safeguard for the future U a policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Colt Is conspicuous for economical manage ment liberality of Its policy contracts fair dealing with Its members and large returns holdersTime lust entering time SIXTY FOURTH YEAR of n successful business career with more policy holders In Lincoln county than mill other companies combined Write for particulars stilting ago and whether merit ried or single to M nlNDHpeclnl AliI Myers louse f tats Htnnlord James I White Hollcttor for Hockcnstle Co DIGNITY DARE 1982 wtlgbtIJiX nnd racks fast Has live distinct gaits lllue string horse front colt to present data Never defeated In model ring except by his two colts Defeated 2S head In model at Hnrrod burg Colts kind to break and unutmilly Intelligent Clrent breeder for high action colts Umit uniform breed er never got a sorrel colt Ills colt first In stake ring for UK nt Ilarrodsburg Huckllng colt lint In harness ring at 81ntejHair lar4 an of his colts nvonm xl sold for average prlcn of Illl fill 11111 I shoulders long tuperlng hendstoall Hen on of luw In at85totnsdrealive colt or 125 1111810111118I Money for season due at tlmo vice Dignity Dnro is too well known to necenRaryDignityringIrass furnished nttUSO per month Yarn taken to prevent accidents and escape but not responsible should any occur Mares moved traded parted with or to another horse snakes service money bredI1lionu Iti residence lorrespondencu llcltud DHCAJUKVTKIt REVERSA 47162 152 hands foaled alebred by O A O P Cecil Danville Ky Trotted n mile In IIYoombeUIn lIt S n the Xa list 212 inthulailist Grand lreof SIP trotters and pacers with records of 230 or hotter One of Ills great grand sons Is credited with 11 performers nnd hU descendants In ISU list all told are now about 170 In number Istdam flak Startle by Mambrlno Htartle 49Ulslruof lOand flams CJIncludlng Oul nett 105 Foxy Curd 207 Uhesley 2IU nod others 2nd dam Martha by Lyle Wilkes WH sire of 7 and dams of Ilessle Leach SiCSVi John T 2ouWOllnt 211K and ri others red anm KlUu b lump lluckden lovers will make time present season nt the stable of James MoKvchnle near Hub bleat tio to Insure a Ling col- tLEADER At the same time and place I will stand byMhis colts speak louder than words of his qualities as n breeder This will be his third season J10 for morn 17 for horse mule J K McKKUHNIK Hubble Ky r JX V FOR SALE I 26 wertolierandengine and IftW- mill for sale Will sell either or both OIIAS Kwasijx Ottenbolm Ky Iostofflce Waynosburg Ky DEITS COLLECTED Wo collect notes claims and nccounti In United mate No chargeuutesecollected Collections promptly re mltted Try us BOYiYIS COLLECTION AOKNOY Homersel Ky The Joseph Price Sanatorium North Lancaster Htrvet tanford Kontucky For Treatment of I l seams of tho Eye Note Throat Ear Genllo Urinary llvctal Ur guns Nervous system and surgery MASONS MEET Lincoln LodRoNoeo KA AM will meet In stated communication on each first amid third Monday nights of meld month nt luoclock In their hall on Main street man ton Ky Members of sister 1000gl are fra PennyyNotice Poultry Raisers Now Is the time of year to feed your fowls a Rood tonic 41141 cures Oholerti Gapes Itoup canker and Llmborneck when fed ns healthybutpotruaranlfdbythe gunrsllleJ Ik for booklet on diseases of poultry S D CARTER New Llvorv Depot Street Phono 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY Eczema Is Curable JEMO a scientific preparation fat external use Stops Itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diteasts Eczema quickly and is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine All Druggists Write for soar pIe E W Rose Med Co StLoullMo- Pennys Drug Stor- ePEYTON I will stand my fine mute Jack IVyton at my armatYlurelnndKyat4tenuure- a colt Also wilt stand a standardbred registered Wilkes stnlllon BOll three fine young Jacks- will Iw permitted toRvrvoik few mares free to my regular cuitomurs where they bred three Immures or more 1L U KINO When Ordering ClothesH- ave your measure taken by a tailor of ex perience Then your clothes vrbetharn low price business suit or the finest evening clothes will have that Individuality and lit which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will alto take your meas ure for extra trousers fancy vests top coats and overcoat Hprlug anti Summer samples on hand ready tor your lniMotlon IL O ItUIIIYThetallorstanfordIty Mahony Rank- inINSURANCE Fire Life Accident and Tornado Farm Property a Specialty Right of the leading companies of the world represented with Losspayinult In the history or this agency Loespaid nod without discount No wnltlugwdaysfuryour money itefore In suring catio- nMAHONY S RANKIN The Insuranco Men of Stanford RheumatismI I that hten oew161aslutthis dfplorstja dlsnu In German with a chemist In the CUT of D rm ultI focnit the last ingredient with which Dr whoops Rheumatic Bemedr was made S perfected dependable prescription Without that Uit Ingredient I suoctsstaUy many many coses of Rbeurostlsm I but ILL last It naj- ormly curse all curable cases of heretofore much dreaded disease Those sandllka granular wastes found In tUituma tie Blood seem todlssoln end pass away under the action of this remedy as rrelr as to pure water And then whendsaolvedthese poisonous wastes freely pass from the system and the muse of Kheumatism Is cone forarer doe tostmtwitehs real need no actual excuse to out help We lieU and In ceofldenco reoommstxij Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy PENNYS DRUG STORE GALTON 12910 Season of icon Hire of PiilVIn C SlH Al Burn irMf and six others with trims froni2Uu to thoso uru tho only ones that were ever hand led for speed Alto time sire of one iluin with ono in the 11 list Hired bq UnmbpttaWli kslIIP tho Iro 01IJ In the iSMIIst 19 In i 210 ami Ixtter clalmid to lx tho greatest sire In the world let den Daisy Fluid grand dom of B with records of trout tIn 10- lIGK4IIJ Jolll1elll t2J son of ltntubletouian 10 by Heels American Star Knlleld lYJ has O In tat his daughter have no III IIOor hatter Yud dam Quickstep hi r Ken hick Prince Jr sire ofJJ SUTJ bean onudei27 i uiul diinnof 19 In the 300 list Rrd ilfilii liv Old Joe slrn of tha dnumofJQ 517 lendingfandllesillnnmhletunian I Chief and Heoleys Allier COli star Oaltonscolts Imvo gone against mind do rented the lest In harness classes nod road stem rlngl thoy art In grvnt denmnd selling ns high an lumii after maturity yearlings from 160 to rr1 Gallon will stand nt my stable S mile West of Huxtotivllte on llrnd nrdsvllte plko at 110 to human a living colt Money due If immure Is traded after being bred Plenty of grass nt I2CO per month saved ex IlrtI for snares noolbor stock mixed with mares havoErllis lots und largo stables for mares fed at cost Phone la reldenco I1ustonvllle Exchange W Di Hustonvllle Ky V SALIlOBINSONSTANFORD K- YMILLINERY The Charles Wheeler Emporium Hustonville Kyv Invites you to the largest MILLINERY SE LECTION we have ever shown y Styles up to the minute Prices beyond competition tValso state tll1ltI our Spring Lino is now complete To mvo money condo nail see anti be convinced Our Spring Line of Shoes for Lndiofl Misses and Chijdren and our lino of Gents Shoes will certainly plciwo Hnimn and Walkover lints are htimmoni and are strictly reliable Yours for nn honest deal- CIUIURS WIIWHIW I This is the new COMBINED EDGE and FLAT DROP SUPERIOR CORN PLANTER Investigate before placing your order i W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY the Lincoln goumy national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3800000 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J 0 REID ASSISTANT CASHIE- Rj W ROCHESTER TELLER t mw IH C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Ownley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Qco W Carter Stanford John H Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford T 0 Rankin TraylorGilberts r t j II Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek Prst thona2anA cStanfor4 Jig I Oryantxtti 882 Capital Jtoe rS 000 tSurptut and 7WWoW ffrofih 19 000 Has paid in IDioidonds ainoo Organization S2t 500 fnulto Wow Jfccounft on Our goritah OFFICERS J S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Assl Cashr WVSaunder Dookkeeper I DIRECTORS ItF Reid J H Baughman M D Elmore J M Peltusr i H C Banghman J F S T Harris no C RobinsonrW B OBannon J S Hocker 1 C E Tate f