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I- 1I 1r THE INTERIOP JOURNAL Ifjj J a VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 20 1909 MO 15I w Here and There I Both tho French and Italian govern mcnU maintain national pawnshop Ralph McCorklo ORC 1G fell whllo I playing ball at Evansvlllc Ind and broko his arm Tho Mechlenburg Hotel at CKnio City Va burned causing n 200000i loss with 175000 Insurance Mrs W A Young Is one of tho at torneys for Beach Ilargli whoso trial WAS called at Irvlno yesterday The annual emigration from Europe amounts to 000000 A small per cent f I of these portions return after a few eartlISixtysix students of Castle Height School at Lebanon Tenn have been suspended for tho remainder of the term for running off and going to n cir Ie 01 CUIcJA terrific explosion nt the pumping station of tho Ohio Fuel Supply Co near Johnstown 0 almost destroyed the big plant and fatally injured John McCormIck Twelve counties in Indiana are to4iod local optIon elections within tho next 10 days Tho wet and dry forces are lining up for hard battles in several of tho counties Announcement Is made that 2a cent passenger fares will become effective on all the Rock Island lines In Arkan Sal May 1 Tho other railroads of tho State are expected to follow More than nine million pounds of dy namite will be required for work on the Panama Canal In tho coming fiscal year according to estimates of division engineers In charge of tho excavation That tho suit against tho 18 Missouri railroads to restrain them from putting a 3ccnt passenger rate Irtn sheet will be dismissed when it Is called for hoar ing April 23 was Indicated in unofficial advices received from Jefferson City t w A daring but unsuccessful attempt to hold up the American Savings Hank t r and Trust Co of Seattle Wash at t tho point of a revolver was made by an unidentified man The would be robber flrcd at Secretary Harry Welly and escaped Foley Ilonoy and Tnr U n 8Ofod c guard against serious results from Spring colds which Inflame the lungs a nut develop into pneumonia Avoid OMBlcrfolla by Insisting tition having Ulgonuluo Foloys Honey und Tar Wfctah contains no 8W Stanford Drug CotY SAMPSON trtll nuke the Ituu MAton At farm where I llvo S ruble Mouth of HUiifonl mi tIQIe r Jilt 1111110 10 Inure living awns InAcka colt wonJp nil your rtalullulnll 7 nd I PI Ulnn any tack In r 1 it 0lunt1 11t1I1n lieuorau aconeoiil runt Inling end clOt like wtnner for idol they- werehown nt nil local rain loth and and Kentucky Htntu Yatr III- IlOti I lilt 1I1llIlIcol Will Ul IIIIUU at Ken None oMiu HUlle Vwr iviw net And IUYgilts air 111t my form to show fur thenIMtveJ+ 11 MtN hone 14 mnnfoitl ky REST OPPORTUNITY OF ALLI Richest and Most Iroducrhe Land vrA Unfatllna Artcilnn he11- sHrrtllnlndrelnudllyacreof Imul pa nit- ehHHey1rIchtbinckallovhII limm n vrvll n soil UII lt nrv nrt ilnn 1Ila two hold iri n of tlicin nlunv will furulili mill to IrrlRHto tllr Miilrv tractwiitttrolunt welsh U fonred and cross Ivneftl and hits In the wiiyIlII rUIIIOlllan ttnry Ou UIitwlmiitth Hliiuul nrletlwlllFur r- prIMIUOWIII I dllieent iiiiiil riitiniliiniii rttI utntono Nvst and itravli Texan PENCE JR lrnee Jr WIll nuke lhnenun of 114tH nt the INSrn or fho late Juhn Y HllOOlllllllon fS at 1010 Insure aIngle colt from 11 lliniu Is traded or parted wIth tilt erica Jrlrayanlllnneynrs out lull 10 d Pence h HII20011 ai I 10 yyAliian- der 1eair Atlullsth IUna ha Pellce15Anil 1IllIlIoni by AilllOlli- Yormat I dnlllYnll dnm ty bY Grey Ullllh rill taut by opIKrlottaul liar oWUL dam fly lrtl lOWlitldnillebyWuburne 2nddnili iyn- Mawbrlno Iy Tlalubrlno Ie11CuJrs7nd dun by IliPi r1 ateupnleelyirndthofIdiitnetn breeder Marc rlll1 nt 12 pot month t not rIInI- lbll should any for IIcchlunla or enpc occur tllo BPOONAMOaI t JlItOltowlnlld DRLMPSherd This stnlllon I n dark HI I of hOIlOIIIIlolI- II with busthands I malt tend 1111 xW1- n heavy milII and lollvery fta well bred ono you III ou willcounty I Ueclllml OlsInL btwas i Attldi oilbylltnyJ 1ottt4tydatst Vermont by llnUl Hloctlngl onerng the services of this 10unllllnlllollII01I1 that bu Is whlll wo need lie this bIIIIIIIIZltu nnprova and action Jill will gut loanslone work sell also to ulnknbig enough to Seo him lie urllnenouelr youwillbreed 10 111m i bred to get trotter TtItI W1H stand him at low price of 110 I i nm iivimr colt borvlco fen wisest to bred totraded sold orcolt ii foaled mare other stock and plnce tho two good mule At saute tilno and lnolln You allI lacks JIm know how tllllO looks breed TKUMHH to Iniuro n IWInK colt Money advertlled Ioclt duo al KSbOUDDKUMoKlnnoyKy == d IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Attornoy Henry C Hazelwood oC London fell and broke both arms Mrs Lucy B Cottenglll has been apI HOCkIcastle10 In a game of base ball Saturday at the latter place Deputy Collector Frank P Elliott oC London was acquitted of tho charge ot forgery whllo county clerk of Laurel John Hawkins an aged white man was given two years in the penltentlarv by u Ilockcastlo county Jury for killii Horace Reynolds 14 years ago Robert Dureson aged CO years a member of the firm of Potts Duroson Milling Co and one of the most lub stsntlal citizens of Madison county Is at hU homo near White Static after a short Illness A Frankfort special says Gov Will son appointed It G Combest Pollco Judge of Dunnvllle Casey county vice Levi S Brown resigned This is the thirdor fourth appointment of a Pollco Judge for this hamlet within tho put year or two tho post appearing not very desirable The report of former County Treasurer Lctcher Saunders shows Jessamin county to bo In a splendid financial condition Fifteen or 20 miles of turnpike have been constructed and other Im provemcnts made yet there is a bal nee in tho turnpike fund of 2492 16 In the general fund there Is a balanci af 1722242 Three Mt Sterling women had a narrow escape in an automobile runaway While the young men of tho party were Wing two women whoso horse had become frightened at tho machine thi car for some unaccountable reason broke loose and In tho runaway two ot he occupants were thrown out Thi then ono remained in tho seat whit ho machine ran through the aide of n ramo house before It stopped None if the women were seriously Injured CHURCH MATTERS Prof H K Taylor will deliver an ad ross on Education at tho Mothodis next Sunday morning and night The W a T U Settlement School t HIndman Knott county has beei gIven 1000 by a Pennsylvania man on onditlon that 1000 more be raised Rev W S Gamlw of Third Chris Ian church Louisville preached two plcndid sermons attho Christian church unday Ho sang a solo at the Sunda School which was greatly enjoyed What do you know about Cuba t Not much Well como and hear Prof Tay or at the Methodist church next Monday night April 20 and learn about ho smallest and youngest republic In tho world Id Rather Die Doctor ban have my cot out oil said M L Jlngham of Prlncortlle 111 but oull die from gangrene which hat eaten a way right toes If you dont 8nld all doctors Instead ho use Juoklons Arnica Salvo till wholly used Its cures of Eczema Fovoi Sores Rolls Hums and Piles as ound tho world 2Ao at Pennys Drug- Store The census appropriation bill provid ng 10000000 for the expense Incident to tho first two years of tho collection oC data for tho 13th census was Introduced by Representative Tuwncy of Minnesota chairman of tho upproprla Ion committee The total estimate oC the expense for obtaining tho censu will bo 14000000 Up Before The Bar N II Brown an attorney of PUts leld Vt wnus Vo have used Dr kings Now Lifo Pills for yours and find them such n good family died loin vo wouldnt bo without them Foi Willis Coustipatlon Biliousness or Sick Headache thuywork wonders cat Pennys Drug Store Preliminary arrangements for tho be Inning of tho now High Bridge when tho Queen and Crescent railway spans tho Kentucky River aro about completed Engineer Curtis Dougherty is lo ated on the grounds and Is preparing tor tho two or three years labor that will be required In the construction of the bridge If you havoibackacho and urlnar troubles you should take Foloys Kid icy Remedy to strengthen and built up tho kidneys so they will act proper Iy as a serious kidney trouble may lovolop New Stanford Drug Co The Whltla case has been rehears d again before the grand jury at Mercer Pa The State expects tht Indictment of James for child Itealing but the of the case against Mrs Boyle is in doub- tIrevontlcathose Candy Cold Cure ablets will safely and quickly check aU colds and the Grip Try them one and seal 4825o Sold by Pennys Drug tore NEWS NOTES Dan Lanler aged 34 Is the oungest grandfather in GeorltlaITho Model ville Ind has failed Miss Mary Chancy of Zanesvllle 0 was butted to death by a vicious rom Two men were killed in the explosion of a nitro glycerlno factory at Gordon IIISam Taylor a Negro was hanged at Newman Ga for tho murder of a member of his own race Gov Willson commuted tho death sentence of William Green tho Nero who was to have been hung In Louisville Friday A gas explosion occurred at tho mlno of tho George Creek Coal Iron fat Farmington W Va and three miners were killed- Robbers dynamited the safe of tho Bank of Lucien Okla and escaped with 1000 In currency and notes to tho amount of 9000 St Louis business men have organ zed for a vigorous fight against State wide prohibition Tho billlls now pend ng In tho Missouri Senate David Roberta former vlco president jf the Tennessee Coal Iron and Rail road Co and a retired capitalist died nt Birmingham Ala aged G3 President Taft has accepted an invitation to attend tho dedication of the Lincoln Memorial in Laruo county dur ng tho first week In November Burglars blew tho safe in tho Alconi County Savings Bank at Harriaville Itch and escaped with 5000 The thieves overlooked 2000 in currency A bill which makes it possible to vote- tho State dry by local option has- been introduced in the House of Rep csentatives of tho Arkansas Legisla Ire Six are known to bo dead and eight- or ten additional bodies are believed to be In the ruins of a San Francisco adglng houso which burned during theI night Will R Elliston prominently connected in Nashville Tcnn committed suicide in Los Angeles Ills wife was a daughter of the lato Gen W H Jackson of Belle Meade Attorneys for Duncan B nnd Robin J Cooper filed in the criminal court at loshville 40 reasons why their clients cccntly convicted of tho murder of for mer Senator E W Carmack should be given a now trial Prof W H Councill presldentof Vgricultural nnd Mechanical College for Negroes at Normal Ala onoof the orcmost educators of his race in the country died at his home In Normal lie was born a slave Charles J Bronston former State Senator and one of the best known law era and politicians in Kentucky died at his home in Lexington Thursday night lie was a sufferer from heart disease which caused his death An indictment was returned at Topeka Kan by tho Federal grand Jury gutnst tho Cudahy Packing Company of Kansas City on several hundred runts on the charge of defrauding the government by violations of the Inter nal revenue laws Tho commissioner of internal revenue received tho official report on the seizure under his Instructions of tho Car roll Springs Distillery near Baltimore It In stated at tho treasury department hat the government has been deprived ot over 10000 in revenue taxes Tho jury in tho case of W S lIen lorson against 26 defendants a damage suit growing out of alleged night rider roubles returned a verdict awarding tho plaintiff 250 Tho case was tries eforo Federal Judgo Cochran in Cov ngton who gave Instructions that a verdict for tho plaintiff bo returned The cornerstone of the new addition to tho Odd Fellows Widows and Orphans Home In Lexington nnd whicl Is to cost 75000 was laid Thursday afternoon with impressive ceremonies In which two Judges of tho Court of Ap penis took part and which was witnessed by nearly COOO Odd Fellows from allover the State St Louis authorities aro still at sei ns to tho whereabouts of James Shepard Cabanne III the boy who was ab ducted from his grandmothers homo In that city last Thursday The fathe of the boy came to St Louis and is us- Ing all efforts possible to find his son The police officials think tho boy hasten taken by his mother who is In ding with him at somo place In the Mound City Dont drug tho Stomach or stlmu late the Heart or Kidneys That Is- WIOl1g It Is tho weak nerves that are cryIng out for help Vitalize these woak Inside controlling nerves with- Dr Shoops Restorative and ace how quickly good health will come to you gain Teat it and scot Sold by Pen nyls Drugstore A mule said Uncle Eben is wus dan an automobile He aint even got do politeness to honk when hes out to- do damage Washington Star 3t HUSTONVILLE The wheat crop is looking fine In this locality and the prospect forI wbea at the thresher Is flattering Corn planting Is under headway and a large acreage will be put in There will be large crops of tobacco In this locality varying from five to 100 acre At a meeting of the graded school trustees it was decided to employ no teacher who does not hold a firstcla certificate and who has not had at least six months experience Tho II B Northcott Produce Co Is doing a thriving business and filling a long felt want Mr Farris who has charge of the business here is giving entire satisfaction James Routon and family had a close call when lightning struck a tree a few steps from tho house completely demolishing tho tree and knocking out 10 window glasses Some minutes elapsed before tho family recovered from tho shockJoe B Williams and wife who have been quite sick are able to drive out Tho Edrington family has moved to the flats over Tho Peoples Bank J W Hoskins and family have moved to their home recently bought of tho Lipps heirs A 10 pound girl has arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs F G Car son Wednesday Lairs dogs were called to Vinnie PulaskI county where the tore of G M McKinley had been broken into Fresh blood on tho floor showed Injury to the robber and furnished a trail which was followed three miles to the home of one Rexroat who was bund lying on the bed Examination bowed fresh cuts on his hand and heek and he was taken to jail at Somerset Following Is the program rendered riday evening by thoHustonvillo Lit nary and Musical Club Friday evening An article by C K McClure on Bible raining Class RecitationMiss Bessie Lair An essay on Farming John lUcks Current Events Carlisle My ers Sallie Bach Bowman Myers Liz tlo Gillock Annie Rooney Dunn Read IngAnnio Floyd Humor Denver Neal DebateResolved that Divorces Should not be Granted Affirmative rancis Wcatherford Anna Barker legatlve Paul Willis Sadie Eads egative won CriticProf McIntyre It is the custom with our road supervisors to have the ditching done first This is not in accord with the best road builders in territory where stone and gravel are used Their advice is to put ull metal In the center of tho road then throw ditch dirt on tho metal to hold it- In place and keep tho centerof the road igh which is tho first principle of- good roads Good road building in this part of Kentucky is a thing of tho past Sufficient money is spent to keep the roads in repair but tho proper system Is not employed Tho county judge bold call a meeting of the road supervisors to meet and hear n lecture by a proCessional road builder Mr McWhor ter is supervisor of the Green river section and there is not a better one in tho county A lecture by him to theI supervisors would save the county mud money if they would follow his advice Swept Over Niagara This torrlblo calamity often happen ecausotho careless boatman Ignore he rivers warnings growing ripple and taster currentNatures warning iro kind That dull pain or ache intin tack warns you the Kidneys need nt ontioa if you would cscapofatal mala lies Dropsy Diabetes or Bright I di ease Tnko Electric Bitters ut one antI flee Backache fly and all you icst feelings return After long suf ring from weak kidneys and lame tack ono 81 bottlo wholly cured me1 writes J n Blankcnship of Belt Tenn Only oOo at Pennys Drugstore n A Mt Sterling dispatch says Al unusual proceeding was held in the circuit court when a jurylof 12 attorney oC the local bar sat In judgment on 11 suit for 1725 The plaintiff was II C Clay of London and the defendan Harvey Riddell of Denver Col Both are attorneys and counting Itho trio judge 17 lawyers participated in the trial The novel jury was chosen bj agreement of counsel as all petit juror were engaged in criminal cases and b3 agreement the jury was made botl judge of law and facts without instructions from the court The lawyer jury after hearing arguments found aunan nous verdict for tho defendant r The cleverest imitation of real Cof- tee ever yet made la Dr Shoops Health Coffee It Is fine in flavor and Is made In just one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made trom pure parched grains malt nuts cw Sample free Pennys Drug Store Just a word of goodbye and good wishes We were terribly concerned about the accldeut to dear Mrs Willson I earnestly she is all right wrote President Roosevelt to Gov Willson j 1lt before sailing for Africa nyor iI l r Ideal I VERY SWELL 1- O rdt1 Tint of this Strlt Shot OXFORDSHH++ ttt j Green White Tan Ox C Blood and Blackjr- ff IN ALL THE STYLES FOR 1909 for t H Men women endrChildren j Cummins Wearenf t k THE JSTANFORD aturday May i 09 II 60 r DoubletLeaglh Cars and Equipment Traveling Vln1 Soccial Trnln An Edges I Person 200 Hortts Herds iiElepbiafs Drove Camels 20 CAQCB ANIMALS 20 Acrobats and the 5 WALTONS k 15 Aerialists and the 6 Flying Delmars A10 Riders The ODALES and Miss ACME BElDENI 20 CLOWNS Tbe Worlds Fnnny Nee 100 PERFORMING ARTISTS anNa THE GREAT ACT OF tt THE UPSIOEDOWN ELEPHANTS r ol orwile nil till tin urn I Every Day it W ra Noon A NUMBER OF Startling and Thrilling Free Exhibitions Take Plow oik IM Show Grouse la Front of the Main InLrtnc Walking Welted Sole Extension Reproduction aoo 1230 TERRIFICJyE Lt THE 11 I 1CHAMPION 500 will be given to the leading charitable institutions of your city or county if any Ticket Scalpers Gamblers OP Off Color Issues are found in or about the establishment of SUN BROTHERS SHOWS Can Other Shows Say as Much tf i f w i The Interior Journal Eo c WALTON CHARLES A HARDIN of Mercer couuty li n cAndidate for Con I monwealths Attorney of this the JSth Ju dicial district subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is n candidate for circuit Judge of tbll the tatbdlatrlcttubect to t Democratic party MC 8AUFLEY- It ft candidate for circuit Judge of this tho Itth Judicial district subject to the action of tbo Democratic party Democratic Ticket1- I ytifl r L For State Senator a HUBBLEpf For IlcpresentuUve I W H SHANKS For County Judge JAMES P BAILEY For County Attorney W S BURCH i For Circuit Clerk J D SWOPE For Sheriff W L MCCARTY For County Court Clerk GEORGE B COOPER For Jailer DINK FARMER For Assessor JOHN Co PEPPLES 4VJrFor Superintendent of Schools v GARLAND SINGLETON r Coronery For Magistrate Stanford District JAMES McKECHNffi For Constable Stanford District I M BRUCE Nor Maglstrnte Orab Orchard District J WARD MOORE For Magistrate IIustonvlllcDl trlct J K HELMSR- For MaglstrneWayoesburg District JOHNIM CAMDEM For Constable Wnynesburg District JOHN G BAUGH WHENEVER the whisky advocates In general and tho Frankfort State Journal and CourierJournal in particular fall short of argument they shout look at Maine I Well lets look at Maine Stitlatics ehow that drunkenness there has decreased under prohibition Maine his more sayings banks a greater per c ipita and better schools than almost Thathntthat State is prosperous and her people are satisfied with prohibition Atlanta citizens men that we know and not hearsay are delighted that the opens loon no longer exists Records show that business is improved and that lesa than half as many people have to beB supported by the city as when whisky was sold there But Messrs Walton and Watterson cry out in unison prohibition does not prohibit and just look at Maine That settles the ques tion with those splendid but erring gentlemen and they go ahead feeling as if a momentous question has been solved forthe people of this good State Mr Walton thinks that local option is a failure here irt Stanford because this paper occasionally reports a case of drunkennessor mentions some skunk being finedjforbootlegging When he lived here and when saloons were op erated a drunken man was not an unu sual sight but it is now so unusual in fact that it is almost an item of news Some whisky is being sold here under local option butjwe hope to eventually stop it entirely Rome was not built in a day The fear of being put to death does not stop some people from committing murder but it certainly decreases it Local option may not sto the sale and drinking of whisky entirely but it decreases it to such an alarming extent that the distilleries and whisky dealers are almost frantic with race at those who dare oppose their r business The INTERIOR JOURNAL did not say Brer Walton that the temper ance people are more sensible than those who favor booze but it did say and reiterates that all of the brains of the State are not found on your side of the whisky question You are as far off there as when you say that temperance people are governed more by se timent than by good common eve day sense and practicability Judge not lest that ye be judged The tem perance people have the good of the State at heart and while some may be overzealous sentiment cuts no figure with them They believe they ara on the right aids of the most important question that has ever confronted them and they dont propose to quit until they conquer They invite you and MrI Watterson to join them and promise you good treatment but you had better get used to a dry climate before accepting their invitation PRESIDENT TAT sent a special mes sage to Congress indorsing a new Phil- Ippine tariff bill prepared byacommi tee of experts A new bill is said to e necessary for the islands as a result of the tariff legislation in this country and the new measure will correct i maintained many of the faults of the present act r TUB effects of PattensJ big Meal in May wheat arc being felt aliI over tho country Master bakers inRthe Icities are holding meetings and agreeing upon an increase in the price of bread Who said the election of Taft meant cheaper bread This country is nowlexperienc ing small loaves and still less filling in them 1 dozenheBut what do we fellows who live in dry town care about such things I champagne were on the freoJllist and bargain counter as well we wouldnt get a smell of it JUDGE ROBERT LEE STOUT of the Woodford circuit court is suggested for governor He would make a most excellent executive POLITICAL Senator Bailey introduced his amend ment to the tariff bill putting a tax of 3 per cent on incomes over All the Senators have 5000ISenator Bradley of bottle of tine Senator whiskyIono of the richest men in Congress is said to favor an income tax The Democratic Senators agreed to stand by Senator Paynter in his fight against the 6cent tax on leaf tobacco Senator Aldrich opened tho debate onI the tariff bill in the Senate He wi bo followedlby Senat Daniels for DemocratsA theI sensation in Japan ing charges of bribery has led to arrest of nine I members of the low house of theDiet Senator Bob Taylor continues to re fuse to signMrs Carmacks petition for appointment as postmistress at Columbia Tenn After a lengthy debate tho New York Senate adopted an adverse committee report on the HinmanGreen bill Gov Hughes direct nominations measure Secretary ofWar Dickinson and hi party left Washington on their way Panama where the Secretary i spend ten days inspecting the work onI the canal Congressman Ben Johnson before leavinglWashington for a short vacation inJKentucky announced his candi airy for the democratic nomination f governor to succeed Gov Willson Menlfercounty June 26 to nominate a democrat ic candidate for Representative from that and Montgomery county it being Menifees time to furnish the candi dateThe Texas House of C 8 finally passed as it was believed t bank deposit guaranty bill After passage it was discovered that while the constitution required a third ten ing before final passage the bill had only been read twice- Tbedemocratlc primary in Jeasami county resulted as follows Senator I M Arnett Judge J II Phillips Sheriff S B Muir Assessor E Cassi- dy Jailer Richard Hager Coroner N M Kirkpatrick The senatorial election in this the Twentysecond district was left totJcssamine county Mr Ar notts opponent was Dr T R Welch As an introducer of bills Representa rive Bennett of Kentucky is entitled tt the first prize He introduced in an bunch over 400 bills more than was eVe er introduced at one time in Congress before Several hundred of them are private pension bills others are bills for I the relief of various churches and Individuals in Kentucky and others are war claims Tho Democratic Senators will not de lay the passage of the tariff bill They held their second conference and while no formal conclusion was reached there was a general concensus of opinion i favor of permitting the Republicans to take entire charge rof the measure with tho understanding that theyl epn Gov Edward L Norris of Montana leading the buildinglcommission fro that State visited the new State Cap- sal at Frankfort Saturday to the building and get some new designs to put into play in the improvement of tho new State buildings attlIelenatbec- apital of Montana Gov Norris is aI native Kentuckian and was received with all that is due a native son both at Frankfort andLouisyille d Kidaony Remedy It furnishes a needed teal 0 to the kidneys after the extra strain of winter and it purifies the blood by stimulating the kidneys and causing them to eletninato the impurities from it Foloys Kidney Remedy Imparts new life and vigor Pleasant to take New Stanford Drug Co I I In ancient times they used to slit noses and crop ears And yet some people think this years styles are extremeiPains of women head palns oraa Paul stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25e Box Sold by Pen tsr Ever see a sea serpentl 1 eIwas chased by one onceFdid you do Got up and lit tho pas r i I NOTICE Am prepared to do toot painting at tho lowest possible prices lllack paint aoa per square on mota rooting and 400 per square on rubber and paper and coo per square for reiipnlnt on metal J W BTKWAUT Rowland Ky Harry Jacobs I Dealer In and Manufacturer of MonuaJMarker and Posts Cemetery and Lawn MoKinney A WORD TO YOU I IInall the time I hare been In tho tobacco over ill tIUII hove never otter ed nor knew any manufacturer to otter n Ir1wlltChewing Tobacco than l now otter Order I bymlillnlshed on application n H MARTIN Junction City Ky branduYrlenllhllHome and Illuo Grass Hunter Beau Naboth 45006 t By Naboth 1O11O Beau Naboth dam Nora llnughman by lieIIaJnyJlutroallnm Hturllgnt S8IJ hy Darlbuy 411 4th niS Y berlthurouglrUrNtltbthdnly i ltattlerI buy standing onliWill stand at the barn of Kellx White ISmiles Houth of Blnnford near Homerictpikn at 115 to Insure a living colt ICJloneywith or bred elsewhere The best personal actWhen advisable Impregnator will be used J DL IKTTUH Htnnford Ky GOLD BOND Hpeodyson of the Wilkes family Foaled JlnyMwoSIKKS lUnl Bond IKxI Wilkes Old George Wllkes rlickYllnutblutonlanDAMS Uanitmtn Wilkes tho greatest llv Ulngold KlS01l0d 15bandothaslog I transmit grout form style and spoilt to his colts which should sell readily nt fancy prices Will make the season ol luuat my Htufords afterrA G T HM1TH It F D Not Box SI IITANOKD AY Pltoau lI1A OUIIII 0 SHERIFFS SALE- m vlrturo of execution Nol 17dlrected tome which Issued Gum the Clerks olllo of FdwurAlcornuiy deputies wlllon Monday tho 10th day odhearIu etox lollowliiK property tar so much thereof hat aawuntdto of WILl The lume Wing I l 7 undivided Inter inLincolnUewn0age let on she South by lhu lauds of loll CarI dunrs and on the West by lands of ny mend JlorslJUlI8rnd containing a acres more us the property of US lleniillct ofIlxrequired bearing Interest at tile rate of 0 r cent LOlldLilliTJ lULL Sheriff ASHLAND BROOK elNoIh01 Huckcrfootwllltt NJliito t I dT lI11UbrOOIl1hJennlt Brook sl YI7 IIrOOkt1lllIlIIdby IMritnlgntNo 7u1 Lbu lire of fkarch VnlpaYWDnrknlgutslltdrecord 227 AnOlnnd llrooki ilL dam llllkesYUlrecorSY17jthe tor 5B6 Ashland Wllkl elrrtl by UIlI WIII40 he by Ovorgo Wilkes econ d dnupfellowof going with speed style and action Ills ondtbtlYnn1urtIILl lnsntuiving n Will uloetond the great mule turd leanJOCk Ullly Keen ut flu for mares and IA 15111iy IlubblothandblackIs unsurpassed mule orJonnut Jack bis colts I Mirestraded duenltbuKING EAGLE No 2JBO humllhlhs leund1 aHired Jllcklon7tlMZlntunshe by Kngle lllrd Lull he by out King Ka y hHllrrl I Q tboroughbrcdNOTEn hrl1ecler of line colored and high stTleu lIetionHuthe Htanford Kulrund the 100 stakunt lin Lhegrtlltwuxsecond In the JJOO IlIlko nL IhlrradbUrlt thxw0uhldeuumdbringthuldghestpriceKIA tbu low price of IS to lnif II living colt JIym 1theriuldumbyllencherJlmKrwnlxlSl4 greet mute jack wllnakemlle 11uxt of Htnnford on the Shelby Olty byelsond comol dllonLthotimeohuch transactloiior turthur Informlltloll call Oil or IIdtlrtu HT HAUIUH UOI1T WOODS I u Phone 72 King II HtunforUKy t I W H LAIR Hustonvillc Ky llnsaddMl a nice lino of OUOOKHlKHjto blsMKAT MAUKT and alkl a portion of your patronage Fresh Goods at tho Low est lrl eli Is his motto I FOR SALE I A term on Indian Greek 137 acres SX gtrxldxelllnFbnrn IIrallandon or address C M IKHKINH- Mlddloburg Ky Stock of Merchandise for Sale IJdeelretosoli prlvatvlg my stock of Oro e erie anti Hardware n good lnul nee Will Invoice about 1600 llcason til health OKO D IIOIMKII Htnnford Ky T F GROSSI I Crab Orchard Kentucky anttIIfor butt and have It done right He makes specialty of castrating rldgellngs Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zcmo 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 tosc IVIed Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I liraLthe Stanford pike Improvements and unclog good of water and fruit Also 125 acres of timbered land one tulle East of McKtnney i half uuder fence plenty ot water and good tobacco land 8ee grow ngcrop JAOIINIiAgnMcKinney K- yBinwiddie Co ustonville Ky 1 Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate lin of goods DON VARRICK This magnificently bred young stallion will make the season of 1MV nt my slnlile nt Htanford Ky better knownnstbe I r Hal ley place tat US to Insure n living colt Varrlck Is lft n lienutlful rlxStnut short back heavy bone In hurt the lnebeit type of tile trotter lie Is by the great Oo ward HllrerYnlSthat won the f3ift fran sylvania in a seven htat race In lfrI and the vane year won the front llonncr Memorial and the M A M In broken heart and sold for t3lau and Inter sold for SIG m lion Var rick Is bred exactly like Hpnnlititjucrii thatwon the fluuTrnnsylvanlnHllPh nmking a record 20 and Will caated an onlof the blgfour being one of the greatest money winners on the grand laityrar On ward Hllver Is by Onward one of the greet est and heat sons of leorgo Wllkes On wordi dam was the don of Director tbo afro of that rent fatally of trotters and IRI bylYllketnyWag 2115U nnd halt etcr to Madeline 1iltclien the darn of HuM r 210 WIIIChtlItar is I llllly Wont and I 2nd dam Mary by Hoggs rev Finale the dlllll of Tho Wag YIr Madeline 1alchen thedant oflluhiier lin Winchester J IVi illy Wilton Yh nntl Miss it tan Hun Vnrrlfiksdmu prtxluriU lir Conner that paced n public half tulle on the Lexing ton track at Irt months UIrMnnd sold to N Hublnger of Now ann for IJrr Hheatopralucnl Maggie Igo thnt trotted n half tulle on the saran track at 111 month In lill and sold fortVi Ilease note the rich Inheritance of speed on both sides not n missing link for allan Hrred to this fellow and yougenerImiss tho three things every Snyder orsize speed and looks Hee him halerIwoklng your nary Hvason money duo when morel are rated with or bred to another hone Mares kept at 10 cents per day and all cure taken but will not bo re sponilblo for accidents or escapes UKOdrKHHV Stanford K- yTHEWARFIELD Trial JJI trotting Park bay stallion 10 hands foalrd August lull 1st dRill ty llrl by tux Amerlcus sow 1 NRlIlIhJ record 11IK lIre of Hattleton recunlim Arorrlcnnhello arold IItnnd IS others In taJ list n son of Onward IIlrrcordYYbltalrooUnwardHllYCrYxaSnndl7oothen i sired by irorge Wilkes SIP HuunnnslrrdbyDinrobrlnoKlnIlb t IWIxant dam Uotlet by Nil I wood GOO tho slro oflillnthelist4thdamTopax by Btratbmore W area111 In the IIL 1bInmbrlnoObltfll The Wnrfleld Is a representative stallion a In all tho word Implies To say that hu has size substance nnd speed only In part em soan as n stallion oolong many Ills heal and neck fJlelnnnd great iwauty are es eclally Impressive hrledlngYon thathnt7hue two Mnmbrlno King crosses two Mum brlno Pntchen two Mambrlno Chief Obllllel1 OnwRnl1 Oeorge Wtlkeel lace I Nutwood I Htrathmoro mar nrotting crows than nny stulllon alive Wurfleld Is by liar Devil YIyYg reCan 209 He by Mambrlno King 12711 ho by C Jtnulbrlnhief0 Klectlonccr IS5 illsHliow Int1MHolaselYolnrmploneblpNnllonu Horoo Hliow 1SW class Y llrst National JOran Hhn Hlrowl0tcineatllratNullonnlHnrteNhoy clueee second Sacral Hone Hhow 1VOO class il sec reltre1I0ltonllor ThItemsSIIn2leyTrifler fnrlll111111rOIllLiving CoIL HI OWKN8 McKlnney Ky l I 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 1 tc- t f c I 1 H J McROBBRTS eSTANFORD KENTUCKY 8crtI tIttItEe afErrtIm i PURE imDirect importation from France The Q andM m eQmedicinal pur poses m- f i m 35c Half Pint 60c Pint 100 Quart W mmStanford Kentucky mBBB9B B BB139B9BE e t- Are You Going To Build 1 I While wo arc hero to build the Lincoln county court house and Ihoutdthe building fever strike you whnot have n little talk with ui in a better position to build you a nicQIt I r Brick Dwelling or A Neat Business HouseIable to buy all materials cheaper and therefore are in position to put building up for a considerable lower price Nothing too largo or too smalland tho distance will not stop n from figuring with you matter not 1fwhere you live Wo invite any prospective builder to give us a trial Wo furnish all plans any specifications for such buildings that we might erect of charge FRITZ KRUEGER F H MILLER The American fence 00 The Fence With Hinge Joint And Tensionjf pT Curvesw t Which hoe placed it in the market second to none It is hull strong pig tight well galvanized and 6f tho host Hescmcr steel wire Call and see it ome interesting prices for next 30 dos See the Poultry Fence wo havev ti GEORGE Ma FARRIS Stanford+ r c t Ladies Shoes 84 for ft Black or Tan two eyelet Ooze calf low sloe Thq swellest for a these shoe J 3 and 350F- or c niainiKid Tan KM or Patent ono and two eyelet strap low shoes Your fool will look well in these nnil the strap ilrcvents tho slipping upand down 250 For Patent or Tan two eyelet welt or turnsole Au excellent value 2 and 150 I For a variety of stylo in Patent and ran also the walk easy style lor tender feet SON 1 The Interior Journal 1 at KY Amu 20 1909 t8T1NFOIW of Reels Poles Lines and Fishing Tackle at Pennys n t aDrug Store II PERSONALS J R IIARRIS spent a few days In LouisvilleMiss DENNY Is with Lancas Itorrelatives MR GEORGE L PENNY spent several days In LouUvlllo S Ma T D RANEY has been on the sick list for several days MR ALEX MARTIN is with his IonII W P Martin in Louisville a MRS WILL SEVERANCE spent sometime with Mrs Joe Severance In Frank fort MRS ALICE NEWLAND of McIIonry U visiting relatives and friends in the East End- MRS tromeMART C FELAND is up Louisville with her lon Mr A M Po landI J N SAUNDERS and little Sophia spent several days InI county REV 11 W CARPENTER nfLlmaOI was here again to lice one of fair daughters I k MISS EuzAntcTii HAWKINS of Core+ bin is tho charming guest of Miss ry McKobvrU MR W L MCCARTY went to Pine to sister Mrs Will villa Friday Davis who Is meMRS T E BALDWIN of Richmond spent several days with her daughter Mrs W II Shanks MR A MESSENGER of Corry Pa waa the guest of the family of Mr Wm Beck last week MR W L CRUTCHBR of Richmond passed through hero Saturday en route I homo from Crab Orchard Springs Garrard that an fromNEWS comes other little daughter has blessed the I union of Mr and Mrs S H Aldrldgc wife and daugh MR B P IELrREY Johnson county are ter of Denver i of Mr and Mrs W A Carson 1guests HUGH REID and son John OWl Icy Reid spent several days In Louis L ville Mr Reid consulted an eye spec V lallst Mss BETTIE BUSH went to Millers re burg Friday to be at the bedside of her nephew Mr Sanford M Allen who is very MISH skk SALUB IlAWKBtS who has beni visiting Mrs J J Spears in the West End returned to her home at Corbm I FrIdayMR J F CUMMINS wife and Misses Nell Clark went Ella May Saunders and to Lexington Sunday In the formers SaTATEandMlsDonyMc Roberts no attending and Sunday School Conventions at Richmond this weekS- ENATOR B 1 HUBBLE took his daughter Miss Mottio Lee to Cincin nail last week for treatment She Is Dr W Bappendicitissuffering from I OBtnnon accompanied them Her friends wish for her a speedy recovery t TILE following Odd Fellows attended dthecornerstone laying of the new build week J C 1 Ing at Lexington last McClary Jesse D Wearen S L Burs Reynolds J M Carterdette J M Geo Gaddis Russell Dlllion andothen will have as TilE Misses Engleman I their guests for the dance Misses Dene Schoolfield Danville Lula and Lottie- Kitchen1f 1+ Ashland Irene Romans and and Jose Levisa Harris Lancaster phine Sandldge Wet End and Messrs J and John Lewis Thomas Midway Charles Kitchen Ashland MR BEN HARDIN and bride nee Miss Elizabeth Williams wero here last week en routo to Monticello to visit relatives London Thurs They were married at f day Rev G D Wyatt performing the ceremony at the Christian church Mr f lIardln Is a brother of the Into and Is R rising young attorney JOSEPH BLACKDUIIN BECK and i wife of Hustonville will locate In Mich- olasvllle where the doctor will practice his profession of dentistry Several years ago Dr Beck practiced at WU1 more and removed to Somerset ho remained for several years nnd removed to his native county Lincoln where ho married Ho has leased the 1 residence of Mrs Nannle Fish through tiy the real estate firm of Steele Chambers and will remove at once Jessa mine Journal 3p J LEE RUPLEY was In Lebanon Friday L M WESTERFIELD Is recuperating French Lick Springs BORN to the wife of Mr J W Brackett a 10pound son MR H J MCRODERTS was in Cincinnati buying goods last week MRS BETTIE MCKINNEY went to Lou Isvlllo yesterday to see Mrs W J YaIger MR F K TRIBDLE and wife of Dan ville visited Mr and Mrs W H Murphy Sunday MR H D CAMtiiELL wile and child ten of Wilmore are with relatives In the East End Mn It A McGltATlt of Greenville C Is visiting his old friends in Boylo and Garrard HUBERT CARPENTER left this momr for Oklahoma City Okla to spend few weeks MR C B OWENS and wife of Dan vllle spent Sundry with Dr L B Cook and family MRS J C RINEIIART and children passed through Saturday from London their way to Oklahoma City Okla reside MR Join W BASTIN wife and hand somodaughtcr Mrs Leo Mltchellplll8cd to PitUburg Saturday They had to Louisville for a brief sojourn WB are glad to inform our readers Mr Thomas Metcalf of Boyle who has been so ill is rapidly recovering and his physicians think ho will bo In a short while MISSES ARABELLA andMargaret DoI gig ML Sterling and Joan and Marga rot Mount Lancaster will bo the guests of Miss Sallio Taylor Woods for the dance next Friday evening LOCALSITitYPorusknft union suits Cum mine Wcarcn TRY our new Ball Bearing Lawn- Mower W 11 Hlggins WEAR lIanan Oxfords to get satisfac tion Cummins Wearen nA UTTLB child of John Price of Rowland 1 died and was buried Friday JOHN SETTLES tho Lytlo blacksmith had a foot badly mashed by a tree fallI- ng and striking the member EGos fromRedbens Wild Mallard ducks and Toulouse geese Mrs W J Edmiston Crab Orchard Ky PRESERVE your root with tho best roof paint on earth mixed on Somerset St Stanford Ky at Ends tin shop TUB Q G willrunes an excursion to Cincinnati next Sunday at 150 for the roundtrip Train leaves Junction City at G A U Fon SALE PureBrown Leghorn eggs Improved laying strain Mrs R L Berry Hustonville Ky Phone 833 rings TilE person who by mistake took a long mourning veil from opera house on night of Mrs Wiggs show will please return to this office FOR SALE 10000 transplanted cab bago plants should bo planted now nnd 10000 transplanted tomato plants Ed Hubbard Stanford FLY here your doors and windows before the files get in Screen cloth doors and window screens at attractive prices G D Hopper I HAVE moved o my storeroom on East Main street and am prepared to do uptodato plumbing and tinning Como in and see the best roofing on the market W K Warner TimE Stanford Dance bwill give tho swcllest dance ever given at Wal tons Opera House next Friday night John C Webers orchestra of seven pieces from Cincinnati will furnish tho music for the occasion tho young mar rled people of the town will act as chap orones and a grand time is expected by the lovers of tho light fantastic No one will be admitted to dance floor ex cept by admission cards issued by mem bers of tho club CHARGED WITH FORGERY James Bcnge of the East End was arrested and placed In jail Sunday night by Den uty Sheriff E O Gooch charged with forging three checks on W E Edwards saw mill mart living near Crab Orch Iia Tho checks wero on tho Crab Or Banking Co Bcngo had on an immense pistol and a belt full of car ridges 10 in currency was found on his person He is about 21 years old Ills trial has not been set U Laying Down The LawI- n regard to shoe comforts your privilege and we have no argument to nuiko if the shop pinches but If The Shoe Fits You Wear It Jfitilontrcomo and let us fit you with n pair out of our large etockjwo have the kinds to fit all feet and prices that wont cause your puree to luavo rite We dont overlook any of tho essential points necessary to shoe satisfaction They raus look right feel right stay right and the price must be just right Our shoes have these qualities KY I w Mar- kfllIardln SOMETHING nobby in hosiery Cum mfns Wcarcn SEE new line linen wash suits at I Hughes Martin Gos FOR SALEChlldeportable play house Apply to Claiborne C Walton IP you are particular tryDenhams coal Yards at Stanford and Rowland WANTEDto loan 3000 on first mortgage land notes Enquire at this office BEST line of wall paper and mattings we have ever carried Prices right Trlbble Pence FOR cleaning and lettering monu nta call on Harry Jacobs the Me Klnney monument man CHANGE of program Monday Wednesday and Friday of each week at tho Thealorlum 5 and tOe WILL receive a ofnew goods Wednesday Call and see them It will pay you Mlsa Ella May Saunders PARTIES wantingcowwpasture ennI have same at 250 per month monthly Apply to Mrs H C Wrav 2t VIRGIL HUNT and Buckskin Bill Dalton two Rowland boys were placed In jail Friday charged with breaking Into a car at Rowland I I HAVE n good buggyphaeton har and two good milk cows for sale Will exchange the former for feed Mrs W B McRoberts 2U MR W RUSSELL DILUON JR of tho East End is an applicant for post master here to succeed Mr J C Florence Ho is said to have some strong endorsements MR JOHN RAINS the Creek section caught the other day peculiar bird It is colored like a wild duck but the bird exports arc unable to agree as to what kind of fowl it really is LADIES andseti my designs and I leave your orders for stenciled curtains I sofa pillows dresser scarfs waists dresses etc with Miss Ettle Belle Root at Severances store Friday April 21rd JUST received a car of Webber Wag ons also we have on hand Hoosier Corn Drills Disc Harrows and other farming implements See us before placing your order Coffey Bishop More land FOR RENT After May 23rd corner suite of rooms Jn L 00 P building Very suitable for lawyers offices Ad- Jacent to county court rooms Now occupied by J N Saunders Apply to J W Ireland Mgr MAX whoused to run the Louisville Store here is now one of Louisvilles rich men He has an office at 107 South Sixth street where he lends money in almost any size sums lie and Mrs Salinger are living at the Gait House where they have handsome apartments TimE Spring Entertainment at the Graded School Auditorium Friday eve ring was good from beginning to end Each number was well presented and tho deafening applause showed how well it was received The program was probably the most unique of the many that have been given by tho pupils of tho Stanford High and Graded School 37 TO OIn a very onesided game hero Friday afternoon the Stanford High School base ball team defeated the Danvlllo Red Legs 37 to 0 Tho first three Innings of the game were interesting but after that our boys be gun to pile up tho runs and Danville lost heart The visitors put four dif ferent pitchers in tho box but each one was knocked out Embry and Single ton did the twirling for Stanford and Penny caught In lice usual splendid man orRESIGNEDMr John Reid resigned Saturday as assistant cashier of tho Lincoln County National Bank on account of the serious condition of his eyes Mr Itelds many friends as well as the bank regret the misfortune that has befallen this splendid young gentleman and wish him a speedy re co very Mr Reid is a splendid account ant and made tho bank a most excellent official Mr Welch Rochester teller has been made assistant cashier to succeed Mr Reid who is worthy and cap able In every respect to fill the respon sible position and we congratulate tho directors on their admirable selection r CLOTHES French cleaned Cook Farmer MOVING pictures every night at tho Thcatorium SEE our of 10 Spring suits I Cummins Wearen Just received a car of fertilizer corn tobacco and vegetable grower E T Pence 2t HANDKERCHIEF linens for waists in plain stripe and check 25c to SI Sev erance Son MRS W S JONES will serve the luncheon for the Stanford Dance Club Friday evening 1 SEVERAL pieces of old furniture Including an old secretaryall cherry for sale A P Brackett Stanford TIlE young men will please meet at Waltons Opera Uouso at 7 r M Friday to fill out floor cards for the dance President FOR tho past several days wo certainly have had ideal Spring weather It makes us feel like using a hoe instead of u quill these days TilE Western Christian Advocate says the bats the women are wearing this Spring are outlandish hideous unseem ly omnipotent obstructive impudent selfasertive loud dominant alders and abettors of the devil I CAPERTON Mr W M Bright re ceived a telegram yesterday from Rich mond announcing the death Sunday night of Col James W Cnpcrton He leaves n wife and ono daughter Miss Jamie Col Caperton was the eldest practition er at the Richmond bar and was a most affable gentleman of many sterling qualities He was about 88 years of age and leaves an estate of about 350 000 Burial will bo in the Richmond cemetery Wednesday Relatives from here will attend- FAULISNERMrs Laura R Faulkner the aged mother of Mr A G Faulkner died at the home of her daughter Mrs Mary Surber at Corbin and the remains were brought through here Fri day evening The burial took place in Pleasant Point graveyard Saturday afternoon Besides the children mention ed Mrs Faulkner leaves a son Eugene Faulkner and daughter Mrs Sal lie Hughes both residing in Texas Mrs Faulkner was a good Christian woman and her many friends regret her taking awa- ySEASON OF 1909 We will stand at my fiirm near 1rench cr+ ville the wellknown Kline Ati roii luck which hiss perhaps Rotten nsmuny SliM roltsni any Jack in the county nt is to In lurIIIIIog colt Will ntso tnndlheeplen- did iVnvluustnlllon lied Ilex Jr by itrc 111 ho by Hex IViwIne nt Ito to Insure n living colt permitted to serve nuntborolonly u limited mares I UIIIMES t LEV etatI- rencberss IV Il- leCHESTER S This son of Olieiter Dare will nmko the resent season ut n Carpenters stnblu in uttonvlllu nt J10 to Insure n living colt UK8CKIIT1ON AND VEDNlllKK Ho U n black with star Inforoheiul la bands high with nil thu style and nOI eharaeterlstl of tits Chester l uro family n good acting horse and n proven breeder tlltI him before Imoklng your mares It you are looking for B Rood breeder nt llvlni price Sired by Ohm tor Dare tut dam by Telegraph Xnddnraby Hippy by Jluinbrlno Unlef JNO U LYNN- 1Gntonville Ky LEAFrChampion show itulllon of Kentucky Temple Hill Stock Farm HIre of nn Ullr winner of grand chain New York Ludy lied Lent winner gultII earns than any stallion In Kentucky I25 to Insure a colt cud a good one or IShO cash nt time of service It KQODDAHD Hnrrodsburg Ky Sale of Bank Stock I As Adralnlitrntor with tho will annexed of the estate of Sailio A Shlpinan deceased I will on SATURDAY MAY 1 lOW between the bourn of 10 oclock A K and S oclock r M ut Hustonvlllo Lincoln Co KRt into four shares of ntockln tho lluktonvlllo National Hunk reserving the right to withdraw any share or shares It the bm U nut satisfactory Terms cast OKO n WKATHKHKOnD AdmhnllleA Shlpmnn STONEWALL JACKSON JR I This fine blnck saddle Miilllon was Hired the great snddie breeding lIalllon Old Htonewnll Tills colts duet Will it Denmark mure 110 Is n nIce colt He has cults to his breeding AYIlIt tnnd nt Wto Insure until weaning time We hold n lieu on nil colts until paid for Hnrren mares mndotostnndbytlielmpregnntor We have perfect success In this BILLY BRECKINRIDGE This fine Mack Jack was sired by Major John 1 Harris Imported Jack He will milk the season of luuant my burn nt IS to Insuran colt until weaning time tin get of nsril now un my farm to show for hIs good breeding Ho Is a sure foal getter A TTUAYIOH t NONE 1lensant Hill Breeding Farm Stanford It P D No 4 NeverChildrensShoesjii For infants soft sole strap or two button in r 75c and 9Oc i For Black Tan or Red strap slippers JHJ I 1 and 125ssFor choice of half dozen different styles and in Vici Tan and Paten f 150 and 2 I oJ For the acme or hoe making in Tans and Patents alt toes nl VOtrir sstyles straps and oxfords 1 t ft SEVERANCE STANFORD lt4 L R Hughes T W Humble W O Martin 1 CORSETS I I eBSentiattA pleasing waist line as well na hip straightness is to impart to your figure tho most stylish effect and show it to tho t best advantage This is one of the many exclusive features in our now American Beauty nnd Warners Rust Proof Model k Corsets which so admirably commends them to the smartlyigowned Thero is such n varied assortment of designs mnging L from 81 to 350 that our corsitiere can fit you at any priceryou wish to pity To fashionably subdue and harmonize every line of your figure try our American Beauty or Warders Rust Proof Model made in fine batiste and coutcl firmly bound and finishedwith lace trimming r f HUGHES MARTIN CO E Dry Goods Notions t STANFORD ShoesII f THERES NO EXCUSE1I on should be well dressed When clothes are ns good and as moderate in price as they lire with us theres nothing but blame for you if you dont dress well not extravagantly mind you not expensively just decently thats all It wont cost you much to fit out with us Take our 81750 i Spring Suit as an instance You oouldnt have clothes made to your order which would fit you any better or any that would have wore tnilpring in them Or do you prefer coat and trousers with fancy vest UfO you will find us with an excellent assortment Come in and advise with us f W E Perkins Crab Orchard + Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of COUNTRY 1 PRODUCE c in Lancaster Stanford Hustonville Or and Brodhead V H B NORTHCUTT Stanford 1 FARMERSii- f Get busy and give your orders fir Fertilizer a liJ I have tIle nicest lino of Buggies Surreys Pluotons rind Runabouts that r havo over handled Call and look before buying Arjcg 3cCorimick Ma hinds Globe Fertilizer for Tobacco and CornsSee the Krnu o Pivot Axle Riding Cultivator I t f E T PENCE STANFORD rt P r- A dI 5 + wreapgUiih7Ply 41 evWfs e7ecrA The Interior Journal A Jtnakrr 4 in the Pot Ofice at Stanford al mend class matter I L N TIME TKBL No 11 Mouth IBM r M NoiII Booth 1103 A x No24North4 OA K No 21 North 6W r M k No 271017 AM No 28 t40 P K JOS S RICE Agent The Truth Every person in this city who issuf feting from Eczema Pimples Dandruff o or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanent t ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid fog external use All durggists sell ZEMC I PENNYS DRUG STORE A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts1 Drug Store in the Owsloy Building Insures Tobacco and Tobacco earns Nothing But Insurance +Jesse D Wearen The insurance Min STANFORD KY Residence Phone M Ofllce OS Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedAdorinas Fox d If n handsome large Jersey Bull de scended from a lonfiund unbroken line of the most noted cows on the is land of Jersey England and America Ills sire is one of the best bulls ever Imported and hIs dam Is a show cow that pounds of rich milk In one day If you be line besets Like or the Likeness of some Ancestor and have a strictly good cow you should avail yourself of his ser vice He will be allowed to serve a limped number of approved registered COWl outside of our own herd this car for a fee of S3 each Make engagement beforesendlng cow to be bred tOTTER Stanford Ky i Nf 1Vehavetoofferthreeextracbolco bull calve that will be sold at At McKinney Ky You can nnd our Standard Remedy the greatest blood and liver medicine yet known In cuee of Hheumntlsin Salt Khcum Kid ney Trouble and all diseases arising from Impure blood It hits no equal It Is manufactured under the pure food net of June 00 1900 and guaranteed by the manufacturer If the Ilemedy Is taken according to directions Mid U he or she is not benefited by the use of the Remedy we will refund your money We can do nothing more Each package contains 301 doses with a registered guaran teeand mailing card with fUlllnltuctlonll- Vo send It to any address on of Si per package or six packages for J3 Iietterordera box today If In time you save a big doctors bill Itemember If you take thO accord Sag to instructions and are not benefited you get your dollar back You will not nnd the remedy In drug stores for sale It- issoldonlybvourduly authorized agents t oI Agent a CONCRETINGWearoln cycling such ns flock Work and In fact we con make any thing from t house down to a fence post We can serve promptly and guarantee flr tcuiss work and Call and got our prices before you buy your material ut least PHILLIPS BFOS Stanford Ky JLBeazleyCo Undertaken and Embalm ere Also DealerB in Furniture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for Fill Kinds of Stock Give Thun a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer an Dealer In Harness Saddlery KYL FARMERS DEPARTMEHT Good Jersey milk cow forsale W 0 Walker Stanford Thomas Hook a veteran turfman Is dead at Georgetown At the Jersey Bale at Nicholaavil cows brought 50 to 107 I Sow and eight nice shoats for sale J M McCarty Stanford At J F Holtzclawa sale at Preacher vllle corn brought 364 Night riders ore scraping tobacco beds around Nashville T W Jones shipped to Cincinnati a carload of hogs he bought at 5 to GciMr J C Trimble of Mt sold a pair of coming two year old mnre mules for 310 Monte Fox bought last week from W T Kobinsonof Boyle county 63 line fat cattle at Gc Hayes Moore of Columbia Tenn sold 20 mules at an average of 2345 One mule sold to a Memphis party for 47750 JL Nichols Sons of Woodbun sold to1 Lawrence Jones of Louisville a fine young saddle and show horse for 2000Stanley Milward of the Board of Control is in New York to buy four carloads of Holsteins for use at the State asylums Bert McClintock of MlIlerburg bought of C S Underwood of Ohio a pair of fiveyearold mare mules 161 hands high for 500 J Will Henry of Mt Sterling has sold his fine jack Big Ike toto Jake Lynk of Platte City Mo for 130 The jack is one of the best ever raise in KentuckyBeau will make the season of 1909 at my barn Bring me your barren mares I have successfully used the impregnator for two years Felix White Stanford Ky DANVILLE COURT The cattle business was quiet at Danville court yester day There were about 150 on the mar ket and the best price realized was 4Jc Butcher stuff was slow at 2J to Sic The horse and mule market was very dullThe Georgia peach crop is safe ac cording to State Commissioner of Agriculture Hudson There have been only very light frosts in Georgia this month and it is believed that the peach crop will be as early as that of last seaso and fully as heavyf The horse show at Danville yesterda did not compare with that hero Monda week Fully twice as many stallion were exhibited here and the qualit was quite as good Two of Lincol countys bestD S Carpenters Dignity Dare and E S Powell Sons AI mont Darewere shown at Danvill and they attracted a great deal of at tention There was a hen Too old to lay The farmer men Oft looked her way She saw them at her silly winking And so began to do some thinking She knew that she Could earn no corn And fricassee Might soon adorn But coldly she the problem tackled When others layed she loudly cackled Her little scheme Worked well indeed Her owners deem Her worth her feed About the yard she wakes fatter And still escapes the dreaded platter t Words To Freeze The Soul Your son has consumption Ills case Is hopeless These appalling words were spoken to Geo E Elevens leading merchant of Springfield N C by IWO expert doctors one along specialist Then was showi the wonderful power of Dr Kings New Discovery After three weeks use It writes Mr Elevens he was as wellas ever I would not take all the money in the world for what it did for my boy Infallible for coughs and olds Its the safest surest cureof desperate lung diseases on earth liCe and 81 Guarantee satisfaction Trial bottle free Pennys Drug Store MATRIMONIAL Ernest Lucas and Margie Gibson were tarried at Alden Camdens on the 17th Perry L McElfuh cut his throat at Irookport III on the eve of his marriage Ben F Pollard and Miss Mattie L Nolan who were married at Mt Sterl ng Feb 21 have just made tho fact public Mr and Mrs William Lair Reynolds announce the engagement of their laughter Miss Marie Louise Powell of rerauillcs to Mr James Nathan Elliott of Lexington Tho marriage is to- be celebrated in June The groom is a son of the late Prof Milton Elliott and is well known here Mr F FrittsOneonta N Y rites My little girl was reat1y- benefitted by taking Foleys Orint Laxative and I think it is the best remedy for constipation and liver trouble Foleys Orlno Laxative Is best for women and children as It IN I itld pleasant and effective and Is a splendId spring medicine as Jt cleanses tho system and clears the complex ion New Stanford Drug Co II propose to save 1000 Nnnest year J At tickling or dry cough can be quickly loosened with Dr Snoop1 Cough Remedy No opium no chic roform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store Charles J Bronston who died Bud denly in Lexington Thursday morning secured a dfvorco from his wife the Monday before CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I eon furnish t jiowith the best i well ni the freshest of cut flowers plants tall kinds bulbs flowers on Ibort notice Also make A specialty of wreath for for funernl In connectlou with the nbove I have nil kind of vegetables on baud nt reoHonnbl PrlCeOHUIBTMAX IIIKKN HOUItKH lluiiiiARD IRon- HtallforliIC CHESTER JEWEL My stallion Chester Jewel block 18 hands high will state the season of 141 at my stable four miles West of Crab Orchard nt mouth otOedarUrvek at 113 to insure living colt Hired by Chester Bare lit dam by Heoon Jewel This mare Is the dam of n limit that cold for 15000 2nd dam by Jloltun Ureunoi 3rd dam Anna lluford by Month 4th lIall feUtty by lIoltonllm dam by Kpjllon 11th darn by Old Denmark 7th dam byOolyer Money due when colt Is foaled or mar traded or parted Mures grazed nt 20 per month before removal of mares not responsible for accidents or escapes JOHN WHOLM K8 Orab Orcbanl Kj Black JoeWlllmake the season of 100 at our stable 1 miles Northwest of Htanford Ky nt 11 to Insure a living colt Illicit Joe I bsPreston 8iJ Kentuckys greatest saddle stal lion he by Washington 61 Joes htdmLucilebyMessenger blmnr Bottle Robinson b Itobtnsons Stcrmo- nUnmbletontanhefsavery tine individual block with 0001 white foot Itnndll hands weight 1000 pounds i S yean old flno saddle and very showy In harne or action Hoe before you book you mares Houson due If mare Is traded or parted with All care will bu taken to avoid ned dent but not responsible should occur JD BADHAHOXH Stanford Ky PRESTON 922V- ol it a saddle stallion of Kentucky Winning at all the Kentucky fairs and also at tho borso show at Buffalo N Y- 8t Louts Mo and Kansas City Hired by Washington No 61 First dam fell by Kboderlck No 101 Second dam by Denmark lie Is a brown hone 1BJ hands high with tine style and high uction It Is uscles to say store about taut ns the people of tbls unit the adjoining counties know hit record is n how horse and also for breeding purposes He will mnkn the season of 1lJQ at 113 stable In Onib Orchard Ky lit tho reason ihle figure of KM to insure a living colt Will keep mares on grass at 2per month but will not bo responsible for accident or escape of stock Season U duo If Inure II tried or parted with or bred to othei atockJCI1AILHYCrab Orchard Ky Dorsey Golddust 12052 Full brother to steno No S19 SIred Zllcadl Golddust 4 KM by Oold dust 1mby Vermont Morgan and on to Jutln Morgan The dam or Zilcodl lolddust was by an Imp Arabian Htalllon llemll The dam of Horstg nolddust U Klorcne bv golden illnsoCtilel n son of hose COUlet and on to Justin morga- nNoteThielannintensely Inbred Morca Htalllon the bloat now In A rich led b3 black la hands his UCtlOOjwllbn inproducerof high class show un Uastnrn horxcx The records of his Product both In show and sale rings prove hu value and merit nt a producer of nno road how and sale horses The present season will be mode nt m barllli miles from Htanford ut ja to Insur a col1lIfonolIuo when colt comeso scare parted with Marcs kept on gross ot IOU wrdsyOoexl care given but no resKin ilblllty for accidents or ICIlpmaD Safeguard the Future I The safest surest and most adequate safe guar for the future Is a policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Colt Is conspicuous for economical manage tent liberality of Its contract full eallng with Its citesnbersand large return to olICyholders The company Is Just entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR of n successful business career with more policy holders In Lincoln county than 1111 other companies combined Wrlto for iirtlculnrs stating age and whether JIIo- rrld or single to it NKWLAND Mycrr Ilouso lllatsHtanlord Jnines I White Hollcltor for ICockcnitle Oo DIGNITY DARE 1982 Mahogony lay ll hands high weight 1 1lJ sound Trotted In gullflueievur dvfvatfd lu model ring except by his tWIl cults Defeated 22 head In modelbrewlit Itarrodiburif Colts very kind to IIlIll unusually Intelligent Grent breeder for high action colts Brett uniform breed erlIevor got a sorrel colt Ills colt first In lake ring for 1125 at Iturrodsburg lira colt first In barues ring at State 24 yearsoldfornvorogepriceoffiIldaveraging hl boulders long tapering good hlodlto nil Season of lux In Hustonvitlo lit FO to Insure nllrocolt or I25 the season itoney for season duo in time of first ser vice Dignity Dare Is too well known to stake further mention of him necessary Dignity Daro Wild nO defeated In u herd lug Grass furnished nt 1200 month Care nknn to prevent accidents and escapes but not responsible any occur Mures traded parted with or bred to another horse makes service money due Phone In resldenca Correspondence so IciledI B OAUIBNTKIt REVERSA 47162 154 hands foaled I 0uf bred by 0 4 0 P Cecil Danville Trotted II mllo In byiumbettaWilkesIn 110 lilt 42 In 11 lIt Hi In the ism list 111 In the 00 list Orand sire of alII trotters IInd pncers with records of 200 or hotter mu of his sons ls credited with 250InIstdam Pink Startle by Mamhrlno Startle 501 sire of 10 and dams of K2lmludlng Oul lette 205 Foxy Ourd 207 y and ithnrs 2nd dim Martblliby Wilkes 4014 sire if7 and Leach ZKW John T othersi3rddamIilrub Reverse will make the present season nt the stable of James McKechnia near Hub blo at 110 to Insure a Ling col- tLEADER At thf same time and lace I will stand the 18hund bllcklaCII formerly owned by- M 11 a line Individual and hlscolh spook louder than words of his quailtiel as n breeder This will be his third easoo 10 for mnru mule 17 for horse mule J E MoKEOHNIK Hubble Ky r o FOR SALE I 56 horse boiler ami engine and ra 99 millfor saWill sell either or both OHASKxsSMNOttcnhclraKy Ioftofflcc Wayne tin re Ky DEBTS COLLECTED Wo collect notes claims unit Accounts In nny part of the United States No chorg unless collected Collections promptly reo mlttod Try us IIOYDS COMEPTION AOHNOV Somerset Ky GEORGE HUR Draft Stallion at 810 to Ins ro Living Colt Also a good Mulo Jack at tho samo price and on same conditions M S DAUOHMAN Stanford ICy The Joseph Prlct Sanatorlui North Lancaster lured tanford Kentucky KyeNoiThroatgnus Nervous System and Surgery Notice Poultry Raisers I Now Is the time rearto food fow Ou1wltoupn preventive It not only keeps them health but makes them lay pnltuRrant1bythe gunrnntew Iltfor lIOoklut on dlseais of poultry S D CARTER NowLlvon Depot Street Phone 90 STANFORDIKENTUCKY Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation 101 external use Stops itching instant- and destroys the germs that cause akin diseases Eczema quickly and Is permanently cured by this remarkabl medicine Druggists Write for tamI pie E W Rose Med Co SuLouis Pennys Drug Stor- ePEYTON I will stand my tint mulo Jack IVytot at furolatSlorelaudyaVitulusur n living colt Also will stand n shutdari bred rcglsterr Wilkes stallion and three line young Jack will be permitted to servo n few mares frlto my regular customers where they bee three mares or moreB B KINO When Ordering ClotheH- ave your measure taken by n tailor of ex perlcnce Then your clothes Whet bora low price tautness suit or the finest uvetiln clothes will have that Individuality and lit which plainly Indicate they were madu to yourmeasure 1 will also take your men ure for vitra trousers fancy vests top conts and overcoats Spring and HUIIIIIM samples on band ready lor your Intpvcttoi llO HUlLKYTbtfTnllor Htanford Mahony Rank- inINSURANCE Fire Life Acciden and Tornado Farm Property a Specialty i Eight of the lending companies of till world represented Uompvtem rates with all the companies of the world LouIIY record unsurpassed Never hud n Ilw suit In the history of this agency loupromptly paid nnd without discount No waiting in days tor your money Before surlngcalton MAHONY 8 RANKIN The Insurance Men of Stanford RheumatismI stattimt Not a that distorted limbs of chronic cripples nor turn beat rowths back to flesh again That Is Imposslbli But I can now snrely kill the palm and pangs of Afa deplonbja disease In Cennanr with a Cbsmlrt In the Qty of rmjudtI found the last Ingredient with wblch Dr Shoots Ubeunutlo Remedy was mad a perfected dependable prescription Without hat I succ d mans- naal asesofltheumatlsmibutnowulast Itual formll CUre all curable aces much droadad disease Thos uniMlk cranulsj waste found InIUieumaUcBtood seem todlssolrt mad pan away under the action of this ready Ireely as does sur r when added to pure water And then when dissolved these poisonous water reely pea from the system and Ute cause oh Iheumatlsm Is irons forever There U now no real needno actual excuse to soda looter without help We tall and In osnfldsac AOO4 Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy PENNYS DRUG STORE GALTON J2910 Season of lffV Hire of Calvin O 8H AI Hums S ind six others with trims frost 5i to IrH how are the only ones that wcrouver hand Iill for speed Also the sire of one darn with onu In the iailiuofsnllntse23111Ut15In- nlountltetterolehned to bo the gre Seat lIre in the world 1st dnm Daisy Field grand Plum of 8 with records of from 217 to Knlleld 2tv son of Hambletonlnn0dumlmy Heeleys American Htar Kntleld ItJ has o In ttsu hits daughters have d in 200 or miter 2nd dauioulckstep by Ken Prince Jr sire ofJO SM7M recite nudei27hnndduuisof in the 2k lItSrd den by uld Joe sire OI ibo dams of J Q 217X Dalton carries the blood of four leading amlllos sIInmbletonlanWllkesMambrlno Ohlef and Seeleys Alllllr can Star- llultonscolts have gone against nnd tie cated the boil In harness eludes and road Iter rings they are In demand selling al high as SIUU after maturity yearlings front 1100 tot250 Gultoii will stand ut my table Smiles West of Hustonville on Brad nrdsvllle plko at 1111 to Insure a living colt Money due If mare Is traded after being broth 1lontY of grass nt IJJM per month saved expressly for mares no other stock mixed with morel have grass lots and large stables for mares to foal Oraln fed at cost 1lione In residence Ilustonvlllo Exchange w M DOD l Hustonville Ky SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY I MILLINERY The Charles Wheeler Emporium Hustonville Ky Invites you to the largest MILLINERY SE LECTION we have ever shown Styles up to the minute Prices beyond competition We alto state1 that our Spring Lino is slow complete To eavo money come and ace end Iw convinced Our Spring Line of Shoes fur Ladies MUeos and Children and our line of Gents ShOO will certainly plcnC Ilnnan and Walkover linos are hummers and nre strictly reliable Yours fur an honest deal- CIIAItril9 Wmiun 1ThisInvestigate before placing your order A W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY the Lincoln bounty national Dank Of Stanford RcniucHy Capital 5000000 Surplus 38000OO Resources 34000000 s H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J 0 REID ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER TELLERoHC CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTOR3I J B Ovvsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Gco W Carter Stanford John n Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford T C Illkin TraylorGilbertsII Cummins Preacheraville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek tanktcStanor RoY Organs d SS2 Capital Stock sSo 000 Surplus arid Wndfittdttt Profits 39 000 d far paid tn 1Jlultlnd33lnctl Organisation 211 500 11 91rlllIOFFICERS I S Hocker President- S T Harris Vice President John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Mat Cashr WWSaundersBookkeeper YpK DIRECTORI DaughmanMH C Baughman J F Cummins II S T Harris no c RobinsonrW D OBannon J S Hooker C E Tate J