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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1 Ii tipr THE INTERIOR JOURNAL1 271909VOL triNO 17iReminiscent of Lincoln County Dur ing the War I wrote you a letter on Morgan first raid In Kentucky In the Spying of 62 when he crowed the Cumberland river Every one thought that was tho last of tho Confederates but on the last day of July fn62 Gen Kirby Smith had Bwunff around tho Union army at Cum berland Gap and came down to Richmond on July 30 Ho met the Union army atoM Mt Zion church where H battlo was fought on tho old Palmer T Embry and Maupln farms Col Warner a and Lt Col Landram of tho 18th Union Regiment were badly wounded There Col Warner was shot in the left tide Landram had one eye shot out The regiment fell back about 200 yard They recovered Gen John Miller got t it in line of battle on tho Garrett Elkin farm Tho next round Gen Miller was shot from his horse and crawled In a stable When tho Confederates came up they asked him who ho was and ho told them and said he would like to be carried down to his old friend Brother Tom Palmer They put him in an am bulance and took him tjicro where ho died nine days later I can novor for get the night he died how he called on his bravo boys to gather around him Ho was a fine man Ills brother Jamo Miller lived on Dix river in Lincoln county for many years Ills four sons John Dan James and Will all went in to the Confederate army with Napier and Morgan and were said to bo fine Rotdlcra Gen Kirby Smith captured Richmond and 8000 prisoners about 4000 getting away fled through cornfields and every way tp make their escape Smith mov ed on to Lexington anti captured it Tho next day Gen Morgan came in at tho head of 1200 or 1600 cavalry It was his first visit to his homo Morgan then had three battalions one under t Duke ono under Gano and one under W C P Brccklnndge all of whom bo cnmo prominent men In the Confederate army Gens Bragg and Buoll got there first and reinforced his army to 100000 men and came out and only part of each army met at Perryvllle where a battle was fought on Oct 8 1S62 Bragg left tho State by way of Crab Orchard Gen Smith went by way of Richmond Wheeler covered Bragg retreat and Morgan covered Smith s When Smith reached tho foot of Big 11111 Gep Met gan came back and marches all night reaching Lexington nbout daylight and after a sharp fight at Woodland Park captured n Union regiment lie then marched rapidly to LouUville threw a a few shells into tho city and tore up a portion of the L N track Ho overt took Bragg at Stone rivet in Tennes see where tho next great battle was fought In 62 there was a body of Confederate soldiers camped in Shelbys woods young men going South under t Bob Alston There were a number of Home Guards from Danville who at tacked them and a sharp fight followed t Alston was afterward chief of Morgans staff with tho rank of lieutenant colonel on the Ohio raid Ho was killed in Atlanta Ga by Col Cox in n personal encounter Cox was sent to the panel tentlaro but was later pardoned b Alex Stephens I saw Stephens once In Atlanta Ga after the war Since n boy in Lincoln county 1 look back atid find all my fathers friends uro gone John K Buughmnn Horace Withers Judgo Bailey JLoo Hoyden Newton Crntg Col Napier Wm Vandivtr b11oromwolrest SMB 3rd dam Carroll lreston bl1utUul dQtJllebaeom i ttlll tlllte 0t blnfd tooo pound tull staulttnd is toend 110 II III wnhout Rltllt iaddiu stnlllun noaIepolgtandIALIUtogolnanrcotnpany James Miller L Withers M C Port man George Tribble Richard Cobb James A Harris Col 11111 Tim len nington and many others are now at rest on the banks of the Jordan all fin men Of my old schoolmates Sam Baughnmn Jim and Mack Bruce Bob Porter and Tom Robinson are all Ire member being left The old Confederates loft in Fnyett- are e Cols Dick and Charlton Morgan Lt Col Coleman Maj Bullock and th Payne brother In Madison are Col McCreary Joe Collins Nath Deather age and Joe Maupin In Garrard Bro Copt Bob Terrill Alex Doty Tom Ar nold Wm Denton and others Lincoln has her Judge Saufley Judgo Alcorn Col Jim Guest Cap Peyton and Cam Hays Doyle has Col Brccklnridc Tribble Baughman Durham and Sur ber They are passing away and will all soon bo gone to a better and bright er world I have been over every foot of the ground that Gen Grant wentover when he left Shiloh for Vicksburg and over the ground he trod when ho went fro the Potomac to Appomatox following Lee and Sherman when ho followed Johnson from the city of Chattanooga to the coast 1 have heard Mr Alec Stephens say that the campaigns th last year of tho war from the Potoma- to Appomatox by Leo and Johnson from Dalton to tho coast were never excelled by any men on earth Two of tho most desperate men i Kentucky were Ferguson who was killed at the foot oftho mountains in Lincoln county and Bridgewater who was killed in a hotel at Stanford by Walter Saunders who was afterward made sheriff of Lincoln county Lincoln county used to send her best men to the front She has two fine men in office now Helm and Shanks They can hold up the banner and talk for democratic principles Judge Saufiey or Owsley will either make a fins judge I would like to see lion R J Breckln ridge governor of Kentucky und Mc Creary and Snufluy in the U S Senate All three are brilliant ublu men Tho old democratic party has got to put her best men up if she ever expects to come to the front again and let little men go For Congress next time Boyle will have a son in W J Irlce Mr Helm will be presented by Lincoln county Both are fine men Price Is as game a democrat as ever fought for party 1 am an American and for America all the time I can remember when the old democratic party was led by such men us John C Brcckinrldgc Mr Stephenson Mr Powell and Gov Ma goflla and when the old Whigs were led by Critterdcn Bell Dunlap liar din and thor These were all able men and could carry their flag anywhere Let the old party be led by such men as McCreary Saufley Dreck inndge and others and the younger set by John R Allen Mr Johnson Helm Price Owslcy and others Put thos men to the front and victory will perch on our banner once more DEMOCRAT OF 1SGO Mr P0 Frltbi Onoontn N Yr writes My IHtlu plrl was greatly benofiUcd by taking Folcys Orlno boya t remedy for constipation and live trouble Foloya Orlno Laxative t best for voinea and children us It 1 mild ploasant and etteotive and is a sloudli spring medicine n ItHeans ics too aystenl tuiJ chars the iomplox Ion Now stanfoni Drub tu II CARROLL PRESTON umelHIIWe clitit thll con asono of t itnllloni Will let him serve n row approved mare at r5 to insure n living colt Mares at J1JX per month but not responsible should accident occur W 0 WALKER Stanford Kr II NEWS NOTES Charles Warren Stoddard the author died at Monterey Cole The Ice jam at Niagara Falls has been partly broken by the use of dyna mite Col Bennett H Young and S A Cunningham purchased the birthplace of Jefferson Davis at Fairview palad t 180876395 was paid cash- Robbers entered the bank at Buffalo Leon county Texas dynamited the safe and escaped with 3400 in cash At Mt Carmel III Mrs Lib Lucas and her son Jesse Lucas were given life terms for the murder of Clyde Sho waiterTwo additional letters demanding n ransom for James Shepard Cabanne III have been received by the boys grandfather The sum fixed Is 4000 The Utters were mailed in Chicago Beach Hargls his mother and grand mother were on tho witness stand at tomtho effect that Judge Hargis had made more than one attempt to kill his son The grand jury at Mercer Pa returned ono Indictment each against James Boyle and his wife charging kid indictc ment against tho woman charges ng and abetting a kidnaping Mrs Minnie Crosby of Hattiesburg thentrigger which sent the contents of a shot gun into tho head of J R Mc Shane whoso body was found in a secluded spot in the Leaf River swamp Judgo M J Gordon former counsel for the Great Northern Railway was arrested at Spokane on indictments by tho grand jury Ho is charged with embezzlement of funds from tho rail way company while acting as its attor neyGov Judson Harmon receiver of the Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton railroad confirms the report that tho re ceivership will be lifted In a few days and that it will be followed by the tnkI ing over of the property by tho Balti more and Ohio railroad After burning 14 days sweeping over an area of 200000 acres and causing an estimated loss of 150000 the prairie J fire near Pecos Tex was extinguished The fire fighters camped on tho blaze and fought it systematically The flames at night could be seen 75 miles awayAfter addressing tho following note to his children Karl Kehrwnld of New port blew out his brains I have reached the time in life in which I am of no further benefit to you tho com munity or myself Dont worry about me and conduct ourselves as good child ren ought to As a protest against the pardoning of Taylor Finley and the other men in dicted for the murder of Gov Goebel fromea bridge in Friday night A report that the Executive Mansion was being guarded was denied by tho Gov ernorWith Broughton Brandenburg arrested in San Francjsco as a fugitive from justice in New York was found James Shepard Cabanne III who disappear LoutNs tog rom a r basket but said ho did it with the au thority of his wife who formerly was Mrs Cabanno Brandenburg will betaken to New York to face trial on the charge of larceny growing out of the forged Cleveland letter incident Id Rather Die Doctor than have my feet cut oft said ML liingham of Prlncovlllo Ill but youll die from gangrene which had oaten a way eight toes If you dont said all doctors Instead ho used Buuklontr Arnica Salvo till wholly cured Its cures of Eczema Fever Sores Dolls flume and Piles as tound the world 24c at Pennys Drug Store Oh dont you remember Sweet Alice Ben Bolt7 Sweet Alice whose hair was so brown Tho width that aforetime but served for a sleeve Now maketh tho skirt of her gown Dont drug tho Stomach or stimu late tho 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 seo how quickly good health will come to yo again Test it and seol Sold by Pen nys Drugstore A beautiful memorial window in St Peters Episcopal church at Paris was shattered by hail atones cookerr a smoke loss husband J Preventlca those Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely and quickly check all colds and tho Qrlj Try them onco and see 4825c Sold by Pcnnys Drug Store I d c u HUSTONVILLE W D Rocker has been transferred from Tyrono to Harrodsburg Carroll B Reid has arrived from Los Angeles where his KentuckythoroURh breds showed their heels to all oppo nents Tho Ladles Auxiliary to the C W B M will meet Thursday at 230 P M with Mrs R L Berry All are Invited to attend Our poultry buyers bought another car of poultry and eggs last week The rush necessitated the employment of additional help A very strikingly handsome and bright boy Is the namesake of our representative in Congress Harvey Helm son Of Mr and Mrs J K Helm Corn planting will bo about competed this week and on account of tho unu sual high price prevailing the acreage will will bo much larger than usual E S Powell and Josiah Bishop be ing much Interested in the horse bust ness made a trip to Mt Sterling last week to see the great stallion Bourbon ChiefMiss Maggie Leonard the 16year old girl who was so frightfully burned two weeks ago died Friday and was buried in the cemetery at Green River church Middleburg The board of education of our graded school will entertain no application for position as teacher from any ono who does not have a firstclass certificate and who has not taught school at least 12 monthsA Stock Co with 10 first class ladies and gentlemen will present the screaming drama of Charleys Aunt at Alcorns Opera House Friday night April 30 They guarantee 165 laughs in 165 minutes and for the price you cant afford to miss it Some inquiry is being made to know why the atone in Jonas Austins field near Pine Lick creek which was broken measured and paid for by the county last fall has not been used to fill up tho deep holes in the road which are within a stones throw of the pile 7 Please explain W G and Thomas Routon have ref turned from an extended visit to friends at Manns vlllc and Campbellsville D Newborn wns called to Bolivar Tenn to attend the funeral of his brother who dropped dead at Conway Ark Born to the wife of P H Rich ards a 10pound daughterGeneva- John D Burton will servo as a juror in the Federal court at Richmond this weekMrs Cordia wife of Gee A Smith died on the 18th after a lingering illness of consumption aged 27 Her husband and four children survive She was a devout member of the Baptist church and beloved by all who knew her Interment took place in McKin ney cemetery and was attended by a large number of sorrowing friends and relatives Her long suffering ceased when the Master called her home There will be two splendid entertain ments at the opera house this week one on Wednesday and one on Friday night The 20 members of ono of the best gymnasiums in tho country will give an interesting program interspers ed with high class music by their or chestra Sec program for full portico lars The Temple of Mirth alone is worth the price of admission Boxing pryaminds tumbling etc Dont miss it Swept Over Niagara This terrible calamity often happens beoausetho careless boatman ignores tho rivers warnings growing ripples and faster currentNatures warnings are kind That dull pain or ache Intbo backwarns you the Kidneys need at tention if you would cscapefatal mala dies Dropsy Diabetes or Bright sdl ease Take Electric Bitters lit once and see Backache fly and nil your best feelings return After long suf fering from weak kidney s and lamp back ono 31 bottle wholly cured me writes J R Blankcnshlp of Balk Tenn Only tOo at Pennys Drugstore Tho country parson was condoling with tho bereft widow Alas he continued earnestly I can not tell how pained I was to learn that your husband had gone to heaven Wo were bosom friends but wo shall never meet againLppincottsT- hooloverest Imitation of real Coffee ever yet made 1a Dr Shoops Health Coffee It Is tine In flavor Noutedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Mado from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Pennys Drug Store A weekly paper has been established at Berry Harrison county and the first weekThetho Berry Citizen and D Sar gent is editor and proprietor T Mrs Matthew Scott of Illinois was Daulthtera to 428 over Mrs William Cunning Story of New York I VERY SWELL 6O Cars An c 1 fII Weltod I it Edy4 I r1 Exact Reproduction of this Sir Shoe I dKFoFbsr Y i Blood and Blackyi IN ALL STYLES FOR for Men women and Children Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY THEONLY BIG SHOW COMIN- GSTANFORD Saturday May I 09 DoableiLe and Equipment Trnvellnjr Vln Special Train Persons Mont Herds Comers 20 WILD ANIMALS 20 and the 5 15 and the 6 Riders The led ACME J k 20 Worlds Funny Mea 100 ARTISTS mtiiu ami THE GREAT ACT oF y m UPSIDEDOWN ELEPHANTS Ideal Walkln 300 200 Drove OAOea 10 Hiss The Every cayt taro p m Noon A NUMBER OF tile Show Front the Main Oxford sole- Extension THE 1909 Elepianls ol Of Acrobats WALTON Aerialists Flying Delmars ODILES BEIDENI CLOWNS PERFORMING mi mi ITHE Startling and Thrilling Free Exhibitions TokrPIac on Crtxto4i U of Entrain jYJENS4noNi THE- TERRIFIC 11 ICHAM500 will bo given to the leading charitable institutions of your city or county ifany Ticket Scalpers Gamblers or Off Color Issues are found in or about the establishment of SUN BROTHERS SHOWS Can Other Shows Say as Much r- ri 4 The Interior Journal rr Eo C WALTON CHARLES A HAROIN of Mercer county Is a candidate for Com monwealth Attorney ol Ibis the 13th Ju jA dicial district subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JRi Ii n candidate for circuit Judge of thllthey Wh ciutrlct ubject to the Democratic party BAUFLEYfi of this the lath to the action partyIIWILLSON pardoned W S Taylor Charles Finley Jchn Powers Holland Whittaker John Davis and Zach Steoloall under indictment for complicity in the murder of Gov Wm Goebel infJanuary 1900 Not one of i these assassins has ever faced a trial c jury on the indictments and it is very plain that hoAwho now disgraces the chief executive office at Frankfort nevi er intended that they should The Pow ers referred to in this case is teaching in Pennsylvania and js n brother in crime as well as in blood to Arch Fiend Caleb Powers also at liberty because of the partisanunjust blind unrea sonable and unprecedented nction or- an unholy governor As to Whittaker Stecle and Davis but little is known be f yond the fact that their necks should be wrung They were hirelings of Ca leb Powers and are alsolhis brothers in crime as was W S Taylor The lawabiding people of Kentucky stand aghast at the appalling prostitution of the pardoning I power and feel that the constitution otour State is a mockery and that the law is a cheat Gov Will son tries to appease a guilty conscience and calm the storm of an outraged people by pointing to the unhappy fate of W S Taylorwhohe says was forced to leavejhis native land and flee to an other State The chief executive partisan that he is can not deny that the guilty along with the wicked flee when no man pursueth This fact and this alone was the motive which im pelled that irresponsible being who besmirched befouled and disgraced the gubernatorialchair of Kentucky to fly into thefarms of an Indiana governor and to seek protection from the stem whichttheir oaths ODD FELLOWS allover the country celebrated yesterday the 90th anniver airy of the existence of the order in Baltimorettodge of England Latest statistics stow that there are 1396319 mem bars now in America and that the or dr distributed relief last year to then 110unt of 5113000 to 137368 broth ers and 6832 families of widows A great and good order May it live long and continue to prosper TUB Wisconsin Legislature Is wrest lag with abill to exempt employers from the lures of their stenographers It provides that all transactions between an employer and his stenographer shall be accorded the same legal exemption as transactions between a church com municant and the priest to whom he confesses a lawyer and client and a physician and patient By this exemp tion it is believed the power of u ulen ographer to gain u hold over an employer is destroyed TUB editor of the Kentucky State Journal is so wedded to his idols that nothing can change him He wants ired liquor sold anywhere and every where a man can put up the license and as he is set in his ways we will not try further to convince him of the error of his way What is the old saying about smart men changing their minds etc A LIGHTED cigarette thrown into a pile of rubbish caused a 50000 fire at Appalachia Va Moral Let the little cotTm nails alone POLITICAL Former Senator William M Stewart is dead at his horJia Vaehington The are 75 candidates for county and city offices in Fayette The democratic primary will be held May 4 The Florida Senate by a vote of 24 to 7 passed a bill for the submission to the voters of that State the question of Statewide prohibition The bill is now before the House Henry R Prewitt chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee has been called to Now York on legal business and there will be no meeting of the committee at The Seelbach which had been set for tomorrow- In the Tennessee Senate Saturday the Cummings bills allowing the sale In cities of certain population and the manufacture in Tennessee of malt bev eregea containing not over 4 per cent alcohol were rejected on second read ingIn the republican primary held in t Adair county Saturday for county officers the following candidates were nominated County attorney M Roy Yar berry Circuit Clerk W L Price School Superintendent Miss Pearl Hindman Assessor J M Wolford County JudgeHartfield Moss County Clerk L R Stults Sheriff A B Patterson CoronerIDr C M Russell and Jailer A W Tarter M tIi e Z Senator Dolliver was the central figure of an exciting debate on the tariff The Iowa Senator took the Finance Committee sharply to task and declared that if the bill was passed aslreported no one would be able to tell it from tho Dingley bill Ho declared that the schedules must be cut and that the revision thus far was merely a joke Sen ator Aldrich replied and a sharp cross fire debate was kept up for some time Additional Local PROGRAM of 0Eighth District Christian Endeavor Convention to be held at the Christian church in Stan ford Friday and Saturday next 930 Song Service 940 Devotional Rey W C McCal lum 950 Address of Welcome For the CityMr McRoberts For the ChurchesRev Barker 1010 Presidents Address Miss Georgia Dunn 1020 Reports from Societies Reports from Officers Reports from County Presidents 1035 Symposium Roots and Fruits of Christian Endeavor led by Rev U M Walker- a Tho Quiet Hour Mrs HFMill er b Training in Christian Testimony Mrs Cook- c Missionary Giving and Mission Study Miss Carrie Arnold- d Bible Study Mrs F P Frlsbie e Daily Prayer Miss Anna Crowe- f Christian Comradship Miss Bat tie Royston- g Work for the Church Miss Florence Christopher 1145 Tho Right Use of Ability Pleasant Grove 1155 Appointment of Committees 200 Song Service 210 Devotional Rev W C McCal lum 220 Older Folks Hour SoloA Little Bit of Love Miss Fet tro How Our Parents Have Influenced Us Dr Throckmorton Am I Brothers Keeper J L- Waggener Jr 350 Report of Committees on Time Place and Nomination 730 Song Service 740 Devotional Rev H M Stansl ffor800 Convention Sermon Rev W C McCallum SATURDAY 830 Quiet Hour conducted by Rev D M Walker 900 Song Service 910 Workers Conference led by Rev F M Tinder- a What Can a C E Society Do for the Pastor 7 Rev D M Walk erb What Can the Pastor Do for tho Society 7 Rev H C Garrison- c How Our Church Holds its C E Miss Elizabeth Shumate- d How tp Get New Members Bur gine How to Improve the Prayer Meeting Lancaster Christian 1010 Address Good Citizenship Hon W H Shanks 1040 The necessity of the Union Rev J L Yandell 1110 Christian Endeavor and the Young Man Rev Taylor 1120 Behind the Bars Rev Joe Sev erance 00 Song Service Devotional 220 Junior Hour conducted by Mrs Blain 330 YouthIts Place in Our Con quest for Christ Rev G D Verco 350 Ccnsecration Service Rev F M Tinder 400 Report of Committee on Resolu tions 405 Mizpah Miss GEORGIA DUNN President BESSIE YANTIS Secretary- MATRTIONIAL Miss Margaret Lear of Burgin and Ben Poindexter of Garrard were mar lied last week Hugh Young of Highland and Miss Susie Collins of Turnersville were married hero Saturday by Rev Garland SingletonMr Mrs John N Menefee of thin place announce the engagement of elr daughter Miss LucileG Mene fee to Mr George F Cowan of Boul der Montana The wedding will take place Juno 16th at Butte that State and they will make their home at Spokane Wash Miss Mcnefee is one most charming young women and her prospective husband is a promising young attorney of Butte During tho Spring everyone would be bencfltted by taking Foley Kidney Remedy It furnishes a needed tonic to the kidneys after the extra strain of winter and it purifies the blood by stimulating the kidneys and causing them to dominate the Impurities from It Foleys Kidney Remedy Imparts new life and vigor Pleasant to take New Stanford Drug Co For goodness sake Harriet why so sadTho cooks left but that isnt the worst of it she took with her the rec ipebook for all the things Johns mother to makeBrooklyn Life Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25c Box Sold byPen ny a Drug Store a T 7 rl r SEASON OF 1909 We will itnnd at my nun near French ernvllle tho wellknown Hllat Anderson Jack which has perhaps gotten at ninny Sloo S In Iplendidlied ho by Hex renvlne at 110 to Insure n Ming colt He will be permitted to serve only n limited number of mares W P QiiiMKH A IKVl DKL- II1RCher11I o CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the pabllo with the best nt well ai the frvihoit of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flower on notice Also make n specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes In connection with the above Ihaveall kind of vegetables on hand nt reasonable prices UHUIBTMAN OHKEN HOUHEH KO HUHIIARP 1llOH- Htanford Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING I nm prepared todo all kinds of surveying and civil engineering promptly My work- will bo guaranteed end my pr are rea sonable or call mo IIustonvilloExcttnngu WALTER MCKINNEY Harry Jacobs Dealer In nnd Manufacturer of Marblo and Granite Monu monts Marker and Posts lemetery and Lawn Vases and Hetteo Olllce nod work Me Kinney Ky RED LEAF KenluekyTeurplo11thHire of Hen II ur winner Now York Lady IUd I eaf winner gelding1 at the Kentucky State 1MB more show horses and KentuckyIone or UIIO club at time of service U aODDAIUv llnrrodiburg Ky A WORD TO YOU I In all the time I have been In the tobacco business over M yellrsl have never oiler ed nor knew any manufacturer to oiler n better line of tobacco both Natural Leaf Twist for moklng and chewing and Presser Chewing Tobacco than I now offer Orders solicited through your lobber or direct by milt DelcrlptltI price list promptly fur nlshed on application 11 H MARTIN Junction City Ky Remember the old standby brands Friendship Twist Old Urodhead Old Kentucky Home and slue lIral Jlnnter Red Squirrel- Will make the season of 1909 nt our table 3 4 mile from Htanfordon the tltantonl and Nomerset pike at 110 to insure a living colt lie 1 id and a naturalsnddleandharneuhorle lie hasplontyofityleandactlonilred by Obes ter Hqulrrel ha by Chester in N hllb111lnct1nllloWashington Denmark 81 he by dins Denmark el lit dam by lllack OtorKehu by Old Stonewall Jackson he by Washington lIedgrdtndA lien retained on alt coltiuntll the season money Is paid Care taken to prevent acci dents out not responsible should any occur Hellion money due when mare II traded or parted with W yr YI ELPM A MON JA1E THE LARGEST MONKEYIN WORLDJ HEIGHT FT L W H LAIR Hustonvllle Ky r OIIOOEIIii4Hhts to of your patronage Fresh Good at tho Low et 1rlcelI his mot- toMASONS MEET p Lincoln Lodge No 80 JIt A M will meet In stated communication on each first ami third Monday nights of each month at Iau oclock In their hall on main itrceot Htan ford Ky Member of liter lodges nro fra ternally Invited to be prevent T W Ton nlngton N- ccStock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock of Gro ceries and Hardware Doing n good busi ness Will invoice Itcnion III health UEO D HOlIKlt Stanford Ky T F GROSS Crab Orchard Kentucky It now ready to servo his old friends nml hopes to make many new ones If you have a mule or horse to castrate save time work for him and have It Juno right Ho tuskn specialty of castrating rldgellngs Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zcmo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form if Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E lose Mcd Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I Rralandthe Htanford pike Improvements and fencing good plenty of water and fruit Also 123 acres of timbered land one mllo Kastof McKlnney half under fenc plenty of water and good tobacco land Hee grow ngcrop JAaiVKNHAgent McKinney Ky INSURANCE R B MAMO1SY Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLiveStockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount Wait For The Big Show Howes Great London Shows At Stanford Friday May 7 I 52 in a t WEIGHS 156 LBS Seethe Great Free Spectacular Street ParadeS Stnrtingfrom the Show Grounds at 10 tM Two Performances Daily Afternoon at 2 oclock and Night at 8 ocloc- ktrsn7 r a + t 1 t rthtI l i if 0MI MENS if sad fU IS I GS I e l SHIRTS White and Colored pleated bosom cufl attached negligee soft hosed tcuff attached in white and colors 81 find 8150 ifSOCIS Black Tan Grey and Green in gauzy weights 25c in cotton flOo in lisle 8150 in Hack nud tau silk HOSE Ladies black slid tan Cotton 25 cents lisle 5Qc black and tausilk 81 8150 and 82 Mistca Mack and tan 15 and 25c u NECK TIESIf I Flowing end hour iu Iand Tux 1 edo Tier String Tics Wintors fail Bows All the new ilmdw 2cjljgcIand 81 BELTS i1 r flack tan grey and green in mo cHum and very narrow vidlhs25c 50c 1 nnd 150 ea- chMISCELLANEOUS Arm bauds 510 and 25c Oar ters 10 25 and 500 Suspenders 2ft GOc and 81 Stick pins GOc 81 sad 8150 Onoprico pearl cuff buttons 25 and GOc r ia fit h H J McJROBRTSI STANFORD KENTUCKY EjEgEIeEegEae EIE8 PURE OLIVE OIL JJomtel I mmedicinal poses pur m + w ei4i m35c Half Pint 60c Pint iJ00 Quart WJ tlmBBBBBEA- re You Going To Build While we are hero to build the Lincoln county court houso and should tile building fever strike you whnot have a little talk with usTO nro a better position to build you a nice y K Brick Dwelling or A Neat Business House being able to buy nil materials cheaper and therefore are in poeition to puts building up for n considerable lower price Nothing too largo or too small and tho distance will not stop us from figuring with you mattcru not iwhere you live We invite any prospective builder to give ua a trial Woi furnish all plans nny specifications for such ouildings that wo might erect freo of charge y FRITZ KRUEGER F H MILLER i The American Fence The Fence With Hinge Joint And Tension Curve v Which has placed it in the market second to none It is lull strong pig well galvanized and of tho heat Hesaenif steel wire Call and see iU interesting prices for next 30 days See the Poultry Fence wq have i GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanforda i Fi a- H f Window Shadesi Felt Shades at lOc Water color shadw at 20o to 3Cc 0 feet to 8 feet long Heat oil shades 40c to SOc Duplex White and Green G feet to 7 feet Extra width shades 8100 and 8125i9 I SON K Pr 1 The Interior Journal I It 11 I STANFORD KT Antii 27 1000 FINE line of Reels Poles Lines and all other Fishing Tacklo at Pennys t Drug Store 4yt PERSONALS 4 MB HENBY D UAUCHMAN continues qulto 111 DR W BlPENNY was up from Dan villa Sunday MR JOHN II SHANKS was In Chatta nooga last week MR MOD ROYALTY Is clerking fo Garland Singleton MISS FETTRO visited tho Misses Lew- is at Crab Orchard MR A II SEVERANCE was down from Corbin yesterday MRS G P TEHRILL of Garrard has been with Mrs W 0 Walker MR JAME F HOLDAM spent several days with Crab Orchard relatives MRS Eo P MORROW of Somerset was tho guest of Mrs 11 C Wray MRS IL C HOCKER returned Satur day from a visit to Richmond relatives MRS SAW C IIARDIN of London fitwasthe RUcst of Mrs George D Wear enCOL R M JACKSON of London was with his brother Mr J H Jackson 4FridayJ D BADS spent last week at Olympian Springs and feels much bet 0 tor by It MR W D McRoBERTfl came u from Danville and spent Sunday wit his family MR VIRCIL LEE of Corbin was down again Sunday to see a mighty pretty girlI o Mn R UOOKKR WILKINSON Is at Crab Orchard trying to rid himself of a stomach trouble MRS S J EMDRY SR who has been ill for a month or more Is able to leave her bed we are RInd to state Mns MARVIN ADAMS of Danville has been wllh her mother hero Sh went to WllliamsburR Friday to visi t relatives 1 1RBV W II HorrtR of Louisville appointment at Husfonvillo Sunday Ho spent a few hours with his parents here + MRS J S RICB returned Saturday City where she has been nt 1fromCavo of Improved her mother Shq loft MRS GEORGE C GIVENS went to Par is attend the birthUy caln 5atunhllto mother Mrs Sallio Moore who was 79 Sunday MR C E BOWER and family have located at Corbin much to the regret of their Lincoln county friends who wanted them to remain with thems MR JOHN T ULANKENSHIP of Eta Tenn was up last week to see his fiRed mother Mrs Mary v who continues 111 at her homo in tho Preachcrsvillo section- J M FOWLS of New Orleans has returned after a two weeks her o tho homefolks at Rowland While I ho and his brother Ray visited tho family of their uncle Dr J M Wells at Carlisle Miss MARGARET HOPPER who has been teaching at Providence will ro turn home tholatter part of this week her school closed Friday and she Is making a brief visit to the Misses East land In Louisvilleo LOCALS SEE our line of io Spring suits Cummins Wearen CHARLEYS AUNT J at Waltons 1 House next Monday night May J13rdt sJUST received a car of fertilizer corny and vegetable grower E T IencetM BBBT line of wall erand malting we have ever carried Prices right Tribblo Pence TRY a Mogul twohorga wagon Best on tho market For sale by E W White Cedar Creek Eons for sale from ehens Wild Mallard ducks and Toulouse geese Mrs W J Edmiston Crab Orchard Ky Tim L N wnnUunanexcursion to Cincinnati over tho K C Sunday at 175 for the round trip Train leaves Stanford depot at G A M SPECIAL SALE OnyFrlday and Saturday wo will offer a granite- waret 1 at tho popular of lOc apiece It Is all firstclass goodsregular 25c values Buy whlleli lastsFriday and Saturday Geo D Hopper 4 J SOMETHING nobby In hosiery Cum- mins Wcaren WEAR Hanan Oxfords to get satisfac lion Cummins Wcaren IF you are tryDenhama Rex coal Yards at Stanford and Row land WANTED to loan 3000 on first mortgage land notes Enquire at this office READ WHigginsad Ho will make Interesting cash prices for you commencing May let WONDER if those nbeta remind any of the dear ladies that the wash- r board Is Idle Harrodsburg Herald PRESERVE your with the bee roof paint on earth mixed on Somerset St Stanford Ky at Eads tin shop 5 THE Crab Orchard base ball team lock horns with the Mt Vernon tea on the letters grounds Thursday after noonFOR SALE PureSBrown Leg horn eggs Improved laying strain Mrs R L Derry Hustonville Ky Phone 833 rings T FOR SALE Shoo store Dandy opportunity Near Blua Grass county seat Address Real Estate caro IN TERIOR JOURNAL Foti SAul0000transplanted cab base plants should bo planted now and 10000 transplanted tomato plants Ed Hubbard Stanford oldhtwo while attempting to board a freight train at Livingston Friday THE Danvlllo Advocato printed In its Fridays edition a splendid picture of tho magnificent courthouse Lincoln county will have completed by Novem ber 1 THE Thcatorium nalhavo any more Saturday matinees but will be open each night with a chango of pro Frit THEn will be a spelling match at Mt Xenia school house on Friday even dug April 30 to which tho public lacer dially invited A prize will bo given to tho best speller CHARLEYS AUNT a very amusing farce comedy will bo presented at Waltons Opera House Monday night next May 3rd by tho Central Stock Company Tim play la A very funny one and our people should not fail to I coo It BURNSIDB Mrs R A Burnsldodled at her homo in Lancaster at a late hour Thursday evening of paralysis aged 68 She is survived by her husband Judge Hurnstde and eight children Mrs Burnstde was a daughter of tho Gen J W Landram and a sister o Editor Louis W Landram of the Richmond Climax DONT fall to attend tho Gymnasium Exhibition at Alcorns Opera House Hustonville tomorrow Wednesday night Tho Central University Gym nasium Team will give a novel exhibi tion and you should not fail to see It A wrestling match with a Hustonville boy has been arranged Admission 25c reserved seats 35c Then Lexington Herald thought so much of a letter written to the editor Mr Deaha Brccklnridgc by Mr J M Alverson of this office endorsing tho suggestion that Mrs Roark bo elected to succeed her husband ad President of the Eastern Kentucky Normal School at Richmond that that paper used it in its editorial columns Quite a compli ment to the writer GO maJ Nicholas Goode son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Goode died at an early hour Friday morning after a long lllneaa of typhoid fever aged 27 Tho burial took place In Buffalo temetery Saturday morning after brief services at tho grave by Rev J Murray Taylor Mr Goodo was an exceedingly clover kindhearted industrious and popular young man and many friends sorrow at his untimely death Ho was conscious up to within a few moments of tho end and was willing to meet his maker Much sympathy is felt for tho bereaved parents sister and brothers in their Irreparable loss A large number of friends followed the remains to their last resting place and many floral offer ings were brought by those who loved the young man d cD JCarpetsMattings Drugets We now luivo inour carpet room for your inspection a splendid lino of Carpets Mattings and Druggets Beet Values in Battings you ever saw at 12Jc to 33c Extra special value in 0x12 Brutsells Drugged at 810 worth 812 SEVERANCE STANFORDTRYTorosknit union sutra Cum- mins Wearen DR W N CRAIG oculist and opts clan Office over II J McRoberts clothing store ON Saturday May 1st I will havo 0 sale hats for 25c and up Dig bargain one day only Miss Ella May Saun der JUDGES SAUFLEY and Owsloy candidates for circuit judge spoko at Lan caster yesterday lint our representative left too early to get a report of the speaking WANTED a boy 16 or 18 years old Must be honest sober and industrious e merchantvllle CHINA painting done by Mrs Kather paintemd and graduating pressure You are in vited to inspect It FOR RENT After May 23rd corner suite of rooms In I 00 F building Very suitable for lawyers offices Ad jacent to county court rooms Now occupied by J N Saunders Apply to J W Ireland Mgr I 0 0 FAllmembers Stanford Lodge No 156 I 0 0 F aro re quested to be present at their next meeting Tuesday 27 Business of importance demands attention J W Ireland Secy THE Stanford High School boys are ball players of a high order They were short of their best players at Harrods burg Saturday afternoon but they de bated the team at that place in two games The score of the first was 10 to 8 and the second 10 to 7 The liar rodsburg boys will come up Friday of ternoon and ploy a double header Our boys will also ply a game with Hus tonville here Wednesday afternoon at 330 r I WALTONS Opera Houso was the scene of beauty and chivalry on last Friday evening The occasion was the dance given by tho Stanford Dance Club and right well did its members sustain their reputation for entertain ing lavishly Webers Orchestra of Cincinnati with seven pieces made music of melting sweetness and joy was unconfined A handsomer bevy ol young ladies and gentlemen was never assembled and tho costumes of the gentler sex wero of exquisite beauty and taste At 930 the grand march led by Mr John Mcnefco and Mrs Su san B Yeager was begun and the scene was an inapiriug ono indeed A delightful repast was served by Mrs W S Jones at 12 oclock and all went as merry as a marriage bell until the early hours of morning when the strains of Rome Sweet Homo re lightfable dances of the season had come tan 0 end Many spectators graced the occasion with their presence and the chaperones helped to make pleasant the memorable occasion Tho following were present John Menofce and Mrs Susan Yeagcr Irvine flume and Miss Joan Mount Thos H Shanks and Miss Susan Fisher Woods Godfrey Long and Miss Margaret Mount WIIIlo Ben Wearen and Miss Sallie Taylor Woods Robert B Woods and Miss Margaret Bogie J M Alverson and Miss Ara bella Bogie John Lewis Thomas and Miss Nannie Woods Engleman Robert T Bruce and Miss Sue Taylor Englo man Thomas Phillips and Miss Josephine Sondldge John Simpson and MiseI Lovisa Harris James Yowell and Miss Lula B Kitchen Earl Coleman and Miss Charlotte Kitchen John Otvaley Reid and Miss Bello Schoolfield James R Newland and Miss Frances CooperI T Carlton Elkin and Miss Nell Wright R 11 Coffey and Miss Nell Clark F A Davis and Miss Frances Portman- T J Hill and Miss Polly Duane Tray lor W 0 Martin and Miss Sara Dunn Jas T Menefee and Miss Jean D Warren Ed McConnell and Miss Letitia Warren L J Parrigin and Miss Nancy Yeager George D Florence and Miss Berta Jean Penny Mr and Mrs S J Embry Mr and Mrs C B OwensMr and Mrs II C Wray Mrs Ed MorrowI Mr and Mrs 11 R Saufley Mr and Mrs A C 11111 Mr and Mrs Winfred Duncan Mr and Mrs J L B Coffey G L Penny Geo B Saufley Bryan Carpenter Adam Pence Hays FosterIClaude Bibb and many stags from boring towns KIng1I0tela wellknown mine host of Louisville GEORGB D HARRIS one of Crab Or chards wideawake merchants has in annsome wonderfully low prices Goods sold for cash or produce bythemental music of the Graded School h been changed from Friday night May 7 to Thursday night May G JUDGE M C SAUFLEY spoke to a big crowd at Perryville Saturday afternoon and mado a good speech as he always does HIs opponent for the democratic nomination for circuit mdse Judge J butdeclinedTim IlowlandaGof0cewas bro ken into twice last week but the scamps thelg preparedr next visitCHURCH MATTERS Rev J Rockwell Smith of Shelby vllle has accepted a call to the pastor atLebanonRev E R Campbell pastor of the Christian church at Stamping Ground has tendered his resignation andaccept ed a call to a church in CarlisleIsprobablo successor of Prof H K Tay Presidencyat Winchester Foleys Honey and Tar Is a safe cuard against serious results from Spring colds which inflame tho lungs and develop Into pneumonia Avoid counterfeits by Insisting upon having the genuine Foleys Honey and Tar which contains no harmful drugs New Stanford Drug Co Jailer Hamblin of Whitley county is dead NOTICE thelosquare on metal rooting and we per iquure on rubber and paper nnd loo per square for red paint on metal J W HTKWAHT Kowland Ky B D CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY DR E C TESTSuccessor Dr H L Casey Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Graduate of Chicago Vet erinary CollegeIPhone 3J OlIIco nt K Logan Stable DANVILLE KY CURLEY Illnok JnCkl1IMI white potato henry body and proven himself n No 1 WIIIhllllCoUonallrtmlum dam by John Morgan out ot n Jennet by Joo lIIghIlInd mule Lien retained on colts to secure len son money TOM WILLIAMS Highland Ky Sale of Bank Stock I Ai Administrator with tho will annexed ot tho estate of Sallie A Shlpman deceived 1 will on latebetween and I oclock t si nt lluitonvlllo Lincoln Co Ky at public sale tour Shane or stock In the Huitonvlllo National Hank reuervlng the tbebid1KO D WKATIIKHKOIIU Adm Sallio A Shlpman Dinwiddie Co Hustonville KyI Undertakers and Embalmers car an uptodate line of goods J 1 f F Curtain Materials n rt M a t J Curtain Swisses at lOc to 25c fJi f V Curtain Nets nt lie to 25c tV H Laco Curtains 45c to 8850 per pair i White Curtain Poles at lOc the IGc kind Oak Poles at lOc il Extra long Poles for PortierreK C fIA L t We L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin CORSETSA pleasing waist line as well as hip straightness is essential estoimpart to your figure tho most stylish effect and show it to tho best advantage This is ono of the many exclusive features in our new American Beauty and Warners Rust Proof Model Corsets which so admirably commends them to the smartly 4 gowned There is such a varied assortment of designs rangingefrom 81 to 8350 that our coreitiero can fit you at any price you wish to pay To fashionably mibdue and harmonize every lino of your figure try our American Beauty or Warners Rust Proof Model made in fine batiste and coutel firmly bound and finished with taco trimming at HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions STANFORD ShoesI THERES NO EXCUSEV ou should be well dressed When clothes are as good and as moderate j in price as they nro with us theres nothing but blame for you if you dont dress well not extravagantly mind you not expensively just decently i thats all It wont cost you much to fit out with us Take our 1750 Spring Suit as an instance You couldnt have clothes rondo to your order which would fit you any better or any that would have more tailoring in them Or do you prefer coat and trousers with fancy vest If to you will find us with an excellent assortment Conic in and advise with us W E Perkins Crab Orchard YI Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE in Lancaster Stanford Hustonville r lllandH BY NORTHCUTT Stanford i J FARMERSARGet A iv have shoo nicest Hue of Buggies Surreys Plw tons and Runabouts that I have ever handled Call nmd look before buying Vlso McCormick Ma hines Globe Fertilizer for Tobacco and porn See the Krause Pivot Axle Riding Cultivator v I E T PENCE STANFORD D The Interior Journal I j1gc MntcredinlhePottOjficcrt Stanford fli MIOndciaImaUerL TABLE No rl Henthllrb P Y No 3 Hotlth11W Y- 1o24 North 440 A M i No n North 6TT P K e No 77 1017 AM 4 No sd1d0 r M JOS S RICE Agent The Truth Every person in this city who is suf fering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis case can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid fol external use All durggists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in tho Owsley Building Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Tarns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone M Omce 95 Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedAdorinas Fox Js a handsome large young Jersey Bull de 1 scended from a and unbroken line of I the most noted bulls and cows on tho Is 1 land of Jersey England and America Ills I sire Is one of the best bulls ever Imported I and his dam la a show cow that hn beIsome Ancestor and have a strictly good I cow you should null yourself of his service He will be allowed to serve a limited number of approved registered cows outside of our own herd this year for a fee of Peach Make engagement before sending cow to be bred AOTTEH Telephone so Stanford Ky N BWt havo to otTer three extra choice bull calves that will bo sold nt right prices At McKinney Ky You can find our Standard Remedy the knowninney Trouble and all diseases arising from Impure blood It has no equal It Is manu factured under tho pure food act of June SO 1S09 and guaranteed by the manufacturer l the Is tnken according to directions F and if ho or she Is not benefited by the use of the Hemedy we will refund your money We can do nothing more Each package contains lOt doses n registered guaran tee and mailing curd with full Instructions receceipt of II per package or six packages Ji Better order a box today 1 time you might save a big doctor bill Itcmember If you take the Hemedy accord log to Instructions and are not benefited you get your dollar back You will not nnd t remedy In drug stores for sale It Is sold only by our duly authorized agents HKUBKN WILLIAMS Ag- entCONCRETIN We are In position to do nil kinds of con creting such as Block Work Pavements and In fact we can make any thing from r house down to a fence iest Wo can serve you promptly nnd guarantee nr tciuss work and Call and get our prices before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky JLBeazleyCo UndettaKere and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingaRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Thim a Call Pricea Right STAMFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY eau Phone 187 HoraeJPbone L II J JC c i 4I4WJodi l FARMERS DEPARTMENT Corn sold at 3S0to 410 at T B Robinsons sale in Garrard The racing season in Kentucky for 1909 was opened Saturday in Lexing tonWm Bonta bought eight yearling mules from Frank Logan of Boyle at 135 Harrodaburg Herald W M Fields Son have farmed their jack Curley to Tom Williams of Highland who will make the present season with him Dr fl D Rodman of Shelbyville paid 7000 for tho celebrated sixyear old bull Stockwell at A B Lewis sale at Fredericksburg Va Beau Naboth will make tho season of 1909 at my barn Bring me your bar ren mares I havo successfully used the impregnator for two years Felix White Stanford Ky LANCASTER COURTA big crowd at tended Lancaster court yesterday but business generally was not lively Of the 200 cattle on market about half sold Prices ranged from 3 to 5Jc Few horses and mules changed hands The horse show was very good and as usual Lincoln county horses carried off tho honorsIt be two years before A C Dickinson of Walla Walla Wash knows bow much money 200 acres of land sold to Gustav Vollmer brought Dickinson is to receive for each acre 100 bushels of wheat and this wheat is to be delivered in two installments 10 000 bushels this fall and 10000 bushels next year According to the present price of wheat Dickinson would get 11750 an acre but the price next year may be much lower IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES J P Dolan died suddenly at Pine Hill Wm Wood aged 60 is dead at Con way Rockcastle county John Sawyer one of the best known farmers in Anderson county is dead aged 41 Bridgefbridge is built- Richmond defeated Barbourville 11 to 0 at base ball at the former place Sat urday afternoon Mrs E M Porch of Somerset died at the home of her daughter Mrs Geo Reed at Natabony La Miss Ella Bodkin aged 17 daughter of D R Botkin of Laurel county died of inflammatory rheumatism James West probably the largest man in Knox county died at his home 1on Brush Creek He weighed 430 pounds George Gordon who killed Robert Brewer in Boyle was given 21 years committedThe immense wholesale feed and produce establishment of James T Williams at London burned Lost 10 000 Origin unknown The case of Mrs Emma Brewer ver wasGawarded 8000 damages on account serious injuries sustained in a wreck at Shelbyville four years ago The Columbia Spectator plant which was owned by the late J S Stapp was sold at public outcry by James Garnett executor of the decedents estate It was bought by C S Harris owner and editor of the Adair County News The Spectator has been published for 40 years but will be discontinued u Words To Freeze The Soul Your son has consumption His case Is hopeless These appal ling words were spoken to Geo E Elevens a leading merchant of Spring field N C by two expert doctors one a lung specialist Then was shown tbe wonderful power of Dr Kings Now Discovery After three weeks use writes Mr Blovens IIhe was as well ascver I would not take all tho money in the world for what it did for my boy Infallible for coughs and colds its the safest surest cureof des perate lung diseases on earth 50c andSl Guarantee satisfaction Trial bottle freo Pennys Drug Store Grover Clevelands picture Is to adorn the new 20 bills and give us a double object to secure them First becauso of their value and second to see the picture of the only Democratic President since James Buchanan and one whose greatness grows the more his character and public service arc studied Frankfort State Journal r Up Before The Bar N H Brown an attorney of Pitts field Vt writes 1Ve have used Dr Kings Now Life Pills for years and find them such a good family medicine we wouldnt be without them For Chills Constipation Biliousness or Sick Headache they work wonders 25c at Pennys Drug Store A socalled health item reads Eat a pint of peanuts and drink three glasses of going to bed and you will be asleep in half an hour It If you have backache and urinary troubles you should take Foleys Kidney Remedy to strengthen and build properlydevelop New Stanford Drug Co Kimberly monds valued at 5000000000 c d Call For Primary Call for Democratic Primary In the DemoIcratlcDlstrlctCommlttee 1 A primary election is hereby called to be held in the several voting precincts of Lincoln Boyle Garrard an Mercer counties between 0 A H and 4- rK on Saturday May 15 1909 for the purpose of nominating democratic I candidates for the offices of circuit judge and Commonwealths attorney in and for the Thirteenth Judicial District of Kentucky to be voted for at the reg- ulAr November election 1909 2 All democrats who are legal voters shall be entitled to vote In said primary election and are requested to do so 3 Any person who desires to be candia ate for the democratic nomina tion for circuit judge or Common wealths attorney shall not later than April 30th 1909 give notice of such in tention in writing to G L Penny chairman of the District Committee of tho Thirteenth Judicial District and in addition candidates for the nomination for circuit judge shalltat the time of giving said with the aforesaid chairman the sum of GOO and candidates for the nomination for Commonwealths attorney shall at the time of giving said notice deposit with the chairman 300 4 Said District Committee shall meet at the office of the secretary in Dan ville Kentucky on Wednesday May 5 1909 at 2 P M and if at the expira tion of the time fixed by Section 3 hereof there be not moro than one car didato for circuit judge or Common wealths attorney who has complied with the conditions of Section 3 then tho committee will declare to bo the nominee for the office sought that per son who is the only candidate and shall refund to such candidate the entrance fee paid by him less his proportion of the costs already accrued from S tising and preparing for tho election 5 The polls shall be opened in each and every precinct of counties in the district in the usual and regular voting places C Upon the closing of the polls the officers shall proceed to count the bal lots and to make returns and in so do- Ing shall be governed by the provisions of the general election laws and returns shall be made to the chairmen of the respective counties in the dis trict who will deliver the stubbooks the certificates and any questioned bal lots to this committee 7 The officers of election shall be se lected from lists to be offered by the candidates in accordance with the pro visions of the primary election law b the district committee 8 Each candidate shall be entitled to designate by written notice to the chairman of each county committee in the district not less than five days be fore May 15 1909 the name of one son for each voting precinct in eac county to act as challenger and inspec tor for said candidate at said primary election 9 On the next day after the returns shall have been made the committee shall meet and canvass the vote cast and issue certificates of nomination 10 The chairman of the district Is dl rected to employ a person to copy from the r ular registration books made it Danville and Harrodaburg in 1908 the names of all democrats and the person go employed shall return the copies certified as required by law to chairman who shall causo them to bo duly delivered to the officers of election The chairman is further directed to cause to be printed and prepared for use the requisite number and kind of ballots which bear the facsimile procurethqcause to be delivered to the officers of elec tion as required by law topichereofretary of the committee to be posted at the court house door in Stanford Lancaster Danville and Harrodsburg and in 20 other conspicuous places in each county in not less than 40 days prior to 15 1909 and said notice be published in each democratic newspaper in the district- G L PENNY Chmn ClIENAULT IlUGUELV Secy A tickling or dry cough can to quickly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store CHOICE GOODS WhlllolntaJrToro lit lit HelknI r letdonlohohuultJen- net W7 npoUt win make tbo season or ll lit my faun S plkentfSrorI wll also stand several other Jack nt 10 for mares Alsq several stallions at 1 10 to Insure n living colt Irau furnished nt sa withforfeitsmoney due J K BAUflHMAN lluttonvllle Ky FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE 1 A fine blue grass farm for sate situated on nuw near Point Ioiivoll and six milesouth of Lancaster coiitulnlng Ill uterus well located In good neighborhood lielng part of the John Unlker tract with a hnml some new two tory sevenroom resldenctt thereon with all neteasnryoulbulldln nand good new bum 40x00 Well wittered six runnIngthrouRh undtwopaidIersone place ulenso write or see tl O WALKKH Htanford Safeguard the Future 1 safeglinfdfor The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It Is conspicuous for economical manage tierdealingto policy holders The company 1s Jut entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR oropolicyforpearIt M NJoWJANILBPEClnl Ajjt James I Whltu Solicitor for Hockcastle Oo dnnayipprwsYGtw ii lrfYM- Lj i FOR SALE J SBhorao pow toller arid online Bnd laW mill for sale Will sell sillier or both OH AS KttgAMK Ottenholm Ky Poitofflco Waynosbur- gKyGEORGE HUR Draft Stallion at tl0 to Insure a Liv ing Colt Also a good Mulo Jack at the same price on same conditions M S BAUQHMAN Stanford Ky The Joseph Price Sanaterlum LNorth Lancaster Street tin ford Kentucky IFor TreatmenttofhlwnsesottbolyeNose Throat Ear llectal Or gans Nervous Hystom and Hurgery Notice Poultry Raisers Now li tho time of year to feed your fowls OllpcltoUIIis s II pr ellth It not oaly kOIIi Ibeul heRlth y- Irice0cents but makes them lay I Ceo1Peunylgltunderthe no euro no nayRnaranleed I of poultry Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation fist external use Stops itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause akin diseases Eczema quickly yields and ia permanently cured by this remarkable unedlclnt Druggists Write for sam pie E W Rose Med Co St LoWs Mo Pennys Drug Store PEYTON IwlU stand my fine mills jack 11 lon at farm nt Murehtnd Kyatlatolnsu i a living colt Row will stand a sinnditrdbrvd registered AVIIkes stallion and three One young Jacks will bo permitted to serve n few mares trvo to my regular cmlomer whore they brmd three minors or more li 11 KINO When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by a tailor of ox patience Then your elottios wbethern low price nl suit or tho finest evening clothei will have that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were mode to your measure I will also your turns urn for extra trousers fancy vests top coats and overcoats and Hummer samples on hand ready for your Inspection lLCIIUPLEYTheTaflor hYrHeart Strength meh10 self actually diseased It is almost always a oem that rraUy ball at fault Nernrmplstability moro controlluir more governing strength Without that the Heart must ouminxw tattheDrhoopafor weak and alllor Ilrarts Dr Bboop first south llretnnurethlsi thelpeiIftenabtlshthem Dr Shoops RestorativePENNYS PRESTON KING lies So UtXM A H II It handsahRlallOtIbloodlines lie bas time long thin nock setlheofoot and oyes so characteristic of the get u the ttonmarks We feel that Ireston RinK siloed nctlon and Individuality must add to the merit of our Kentucky horses timid we auk for htm a liberal patronage This rich ly bred young horse has nil the uualltlvii of ii K rent slrei lane end style Ills pre euui vent blood lints come to him through se lected stock Ireston vtl hIs sire vac the greatest show horM of his day winning at all tho fair and horse shows taking the blue string at Ht I ouls winning tluu You set that Iroslon King can not help but lit n great saddle horse Hire Ills dam N lie ac Sl was by Van Meter King T trarlnx to Htonewall Jackson mind ou his sires stile to Washington Denmark lJltJ1urt1klrtll hy Ireston PJSb Wasli Ington JH by Cromirell 73 by wasiilneton RingTmwell Jackson K H Hubble great show horse 2nd dam Jill by tile famous aboil Iexlnilton by Ulofs flack Hawk K H sire Dam fell be Ithoderlck lot lIy Mambrlno lIy118rldam Maud 40 by Irunger Y H TKUM Mais trill Iw kept at tSO w month at owner risk They will receive tho mot careful attention Mares sold or parted with fi rfelU Insurance and the feo Iwcomee due Will make the season of in V nl oilr ponce nt lluio Insure n living colt AUo will stand one good black Jnck four years old at SID to Inure n living Colt W HAC li OUIlllHHAR llowlniid Ky Phone 1Pt- 15Almont Dare 3228 A 1411 n Mired by Dignity Unro lint he by Chester King1cIUhuu AlldnllnhSlid dam ludv Davis llyirit Diivlsliy Hour olIrelllIJIboltmttSlhdamb byOunnlliuhanisLoppor NOTR Almont as wenro able to discuveris the llrst horse on record hay Ins to his credit tho honor of defeating with Pignity colts every tithe they come together As an JJoraIdcolor bny uctlou extrenlelyhigh and fast Hliown distinct very fast and A full brother to tine great uldingNettletunthat sold lit 4 year for PoxyParesiredbyWero U not for two Splints coming on him SaddleUhulpioushlplong nod mating of the very beet the country afforded Ills hacking In blood and Individuality is as strong nt Hotblswill make the season of IWX at our stable SK mIle from Ilustonvllle on tho Ituston livingcolttransactionWillGrass furnished In abundance at U per stockbutE8 POWELL SON Ilustonvllle Ky SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY MILLINERY The Charles Wheeler Emporium Hustonville Ky Invites you to the largest MILLINERY SE LECTION vie have ever shown Styles up to the minute Priced beyond competition We also state that our Spring Lino is now complete To save money come ntlllfCO null be convinced Our Spring Line of Slices fur Ladies Misses nud Children and our lino of Gents Shoes will certainly please llnnnn and Walkover liana are hummers and are strictly reliable Yours for an honest deal- ClIAllUS WllKKMHt rTO OUll FRIENDS AND PATRONS Several years ago wo adopted tho Ca h system which was very Nitit fuctjry and enabled us to give our trade closer price but we gradually drifted back into tho credit business Wo see our mutnko and in order to got tho best Cash prices aiuiidUcoiiuU from our Jobbers wo will commence MAY 1ST on tho CASH BASIS and trust our friends will jpin heart 4 Hy in this movement soul give ua n liberal share of their CASH Y trade Phone your orders and tho bill will licoompany the goods Wo thank you for your patronage ir tsaan WIH HIGGINSSta- nford Kentucky the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford KentucKy Capital 5000000 Surplus 3800000 Resources 34000000 SH SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER Ie J WROCHESTERTELLERIH C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER i DIRECTORS J B Stanford S II I John hkinGilbert Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Prencheraville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek t Pirst Jfationql tank l Stanforc4 J6y 7 Oryaitif SS2 Capital Jlook SSO 000 Stirlint and Undfutdtii iProfiti S9 000f A Bees paid In lJlllldnd34Ina1 Oryanxaton J2f SO- Oyivtf 9aw Jfceounts on Our arils OFFICERS I S Hocker President S T Harris Vice Pregldent John I McRoberts Cashier H O Btughraari Asat Cashr W W Saundera Dookkeeper ct DIRKCTORiX F Reid fj H Daaghmin M D Elmore 4 J M Peltu II C Baughman J F Cumrolnsi9T Harrisao C Roblasoa W B OBannon kSt Hocker 0 Et Tate