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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 + 4 THE INTERIOP JOURNAE 1 1i i f 1J VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 7 1909 MO 20 j BlO LOT SELL IN SThNORD 1 LOT ft o 1 1 I 1 Saturday May 22 1909 j I 14 We will sell at auction at Stanford Ky Saturday May 22 1909 beginning at 130 oclock P M Ii 1 c I 17 Nice Building Lots Including the Magnificent Brick Home of the late Col Thomas P Hill At the same time One Lot will be GINEN AWAY It does not cost one cent to register Registration 5G will open Saturday May 22 at 9 oclock A M and close at 130 P M at the home of the late Col Thom as P Hill Somebody will get a lot worth 300 free Come and register These are the most desirable and prettiest building lots in Stanford They are located on Main Street Whitley Miller and Logan Av evIthat it could not be bought Stanford has a splendid Graded School Move to town and educate your children At the same time and place we will also sell a 150ACRB FARM situated on Stanford Som erset pike about 12 miles from Stanford Has two houses and about 75 acres under cultivation For full particulars of free lot terms of sale etc write tot t Florence Hughes McCarty Stanford Ky W Ii7l i ILIkri11 EEentI I Special TenDaySale Ladies Goods II Beginning Tuesday Morning May 4th we offer hundreds of very decided bargains in Ladies Readyto Wear Garments of all kinds and hundreds of pieces of attractive Wash Goods in white and colors v The ai0 will continue 10 days but wo advise you to come as early as possiblo BO ns to get first tick1ote the prices quoted below Kvcry reduction quoted is bona fide None of these goods laid aside or sent out on 1 Tailored Suitslust about 100 to select from and all offered at but little over onehnlf of original prices 89 for any suit that y sold originallyat 815 1275 for anysnit that sold ht 820 8107 for nay suit that sold at S25 81075 for nny suit tint at 830 82250 br any suit that sold at 835 I White Serge SuitsIJOQ White Sergo Suits reduced to 81375 82250 White Serge Suits reduced to 815 830 White Serge Suits reduced to 81075 835 White Serge Suits reduced to 82250 1 Silk Dresses Over 100 to select from All the newest colors in Foulards Mcssalinos and Taffetas at prices aboutthe worth dressesithat Sold nt S20 81175 for silk dresses nt s8C8 that solttnt1830 82250 for silk dresses that sold at 835 Also a few very handsome Reception Gowns to he sold vet ycheap only one of a style s i NET AND SATIN WAISTS 1 A beautifulassortment to select from and all absolutely new this season this season 8191 for silk lined Net I Waists that sold for 83 8375 for choice of nil our teat sold at 600 8475 for choice of all 8750 waists SEEIE8rs 5295IWeoffer a choice lot of oddskirts in blacks brown blues and fancy worsteds at 8205 None of these skirts c sold for less than 8650 I t4n rldr 2 ackyGarments and Wash KIRTS S5 We offer choice of about 30 skirts carried from last season These were sold at 000 10001200 and to 1700 and we offer choice of the lot for 85 Q 20c Wash Goods at 8 l3clt We ofler at thisprice n big lot of wash fabrics consisting of Fancy Batistes Printed Swisjes etc reduced from 20 cents per yard 1 25 Celts White Goods at 12 12 CentsT- his lot consists ot white check Voiles cream and white rnercirized checks that sold at 25c Also n number of pieces of Novelty Wash Fabrics that sold at 25o and 29o 19 Cents Special Lot 1 silkVarpsiaglodress r SILK CREPES 35 CENTS One of the decided novelties of the seoson for evening wear and never sold under 50cre offer the solid colrors and gold spangled at 3- 5cDRESS LINENS 25C LinenCrepoThe demand for dress linens is and will bo enormous this season aud this is a rare chance to lay in n supply 15c White Merceiized Batiste 38inch reduced from 35c 10cyard Whise Batiste 48incli reduced from 20c REMNANTSIt decidedlyB Eaobertoq s rotiherdU I IJ f 8 The Interior Journal Eo c WALTON 4 CHARLES A HARDIN of Mercer county II n candldato for OQm monwealth Attorney of this the 13th JU dtclaldltrlctaubecllo the neUon of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Ii n candidate for circuit judge of thlllLho Uth district subject to Democratic party M C SAUFLEY- It a candidate for circuit judge of this the Wh Judicial dlitrlct subject to the nctlon of the Democratic par- tyDemocratic Ticket For State Senator R L HUBBLE of Lincoln county 1 For lleprcsentntlvo W H SHANKS For County Judge JAMES P BAILEY For County Attorney W S BURCH 4For Circuit Olerk v D SWOPE For Sheriff w L MCCARTY For County Court Clerk GEORGE B COOPER For Jailer DINK FARMER For Assessor JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON FoitCoroner GEORGE PJBRIGHT f For Magtttrate Stanford Dlatrlct- JAMFSMcKECHNIE For ConitablelStanford Dlitrlct I M BRUCE For MaglstrnteCrnb Orchard District J WARD MOORE For Magistrate Hustonvllle DIstrict J K HELM SR For MaglttratOVayoeiburg District JOHNIM CAMDEM For Constable Waynesburg District JOHN GIBAUGH Tim CourierJournal is not a news paper There has been no greater event in the Kentucky journalistic field than the advent of Gov J C W Beck ham ia it yet this so called newspaper makes no mention of it either in Us newa columns or editorials The reason is that its editor hates Gov Beck ham and is small enough to show it in this puerils way In his support oC Gov Beckham Editor W P Walton also incurred the enmity of the great sheet and his retirement from editorial work after 30odd years is not regardw as worthy of notice This is peanu journalism with a vengeance The CourierJournal can not ignore Gov Beckham to the latters injury He is a foeman worthy of any mans stee and Mr Watterson will be lucky if he comes out even second best in a bout with the brilliant young gladiator which is sure to come unless the great editor shows the white feather IT h 44 years since Gen Lee surren dered hu starving and ragged army at Appomattox Thousands of the old soldiers die every year yet the rolls of 1908 had only 14325 names less than in 1893 The expenditures for pensions n F 1390 were no000OOUinl900 142000 000 the appropriation for 1910 is 161 000000 Theaverage pension is now 16750 it was 13995 three years ago and so far the disbursements for pen sions have been three and a half billions of dollars and the end no man can see The country savers certainly are get ting good pay for It but no one will be grudge it to them if they are real sol diers and not camp followers and de serters IN his speech on the tariff bill Tues day Senator Bradley said that if the tariff was put on hemp Kentucky would be as certainly republican as Massach usetts The Senator was always an op timistic sort of a person The area on which hemp is grown in this State is so small that such a duty will cut no fig G ure even It the raisers were disposed to sell out politically for so small a mess of pottage y TilE deficit for the 10 months of the fiscal year is 92000000 There was a falling off of 500000 in customs and 1000000 in internal revenue but Sen ator Aldrich says these trifles are unim 1 portant in view of the general improvement As the deficit continues to grow from month to month the Rhode Island statesman ought to explain to a waiting world what is the general improvement F Time largest flag ever made is being constructed at Pittsburg Pa It is 80x ICO feet and is to be flung to the breeze on the 4th of July Pittsburg evident ly wants to get some other reputation than being the home of grafters and the city of smoke Tim BENCH AND BAR a paper devot ed to legal mat rs says there are 20 000 worn- licenses in t I o United States with to practiicolaw The rest are as usual we suppose laying down the law to men other than the court J thl ANOHFOLK VA court decides t that when a girl jilts a man she must return the engagement ring However the girl who would wantto keep it under such circumstances is as bad as the fellow who would want It returned =JUDGE M CISAUFLEY Makes Caustic Reply to Judge Ow leys CardI- IAIIRODSSURC May 5 1909 In the card published by Judge Owe ley In the Advocate of April 28th and tho INTERIOR JOURNAL of May 4th he refers to the position I took in the joint discussion at Lancaster on the subject of an amendment to the Local Option law by which if enacted the purchaser of spiritous liquors in those distric where the sale of it is forbidden by law would bo subjected to a penalty equal to that imposed upon the seller It is true that during that discussio I then expressed and do now express my belief that such amendment would be more effective in the destruction of Blind Tiger traffic than the existing law which limits the penalty to the Bel er Judge Owsley commits himself to tho role of a prophet rather than a jurist and with unclouded vision foresees that this amendment would multiply beyond measure the number of blind tigers and increase by a thousand fold the whisky traffic in the district Bold words these but if they be the offspring of inspiration rather than the exuberance of a stimulated imagination they must be accepted as true It will however strike the public as an unusual dispensation of Providence that such gift of clairvoyance has been con Cered on Judge Owsley when it has been mysteriously withheld from the membership of so many legislative assemblies of Kentucky in the enactment of law upon kindred subjects Has it multiplied the number of duel and voluntary fights in Kentucky because all the parties participating in such encounters are made under the law equally guilty JHas it increased gambling for money or property because all the parties to the game are subject to equal punishment T Has it Increased the indefensible practice of buy ing and selling votes at popular elec tions because the seller and the buys are equally penalized T Has it increase the disreputable practice which one prevailed of selling and buying the rewards and profits of a public office be cause of the law which imposes a like penalty on both buyer and seller 7 Hai the betting of money or property upon the result of popular ejections been in creased because the Legislature enacted that parties to the bet shall pay a fine T Has the betting on games played on licensed billiard or pool tables been Increased because the law imposes a penalty both on the owner of the table and the person who makes the bet T Has the violation of the 7th commandment been increasedlbecause both parties tithe forbidden act are punishable at law When these and many other questions of like import may be truthfully and affirmatively answered then the public may be forced to admit that the former Legislatures of Kentucky have groped In uninspired darkness and that a new prophet has arisen in Israel II Descending from the exalted plane of prophesy Judge Owsley is pleased to assume the role offjurist and to adjudge that by putting a penalty on the buyer as well as the seller of liquor it takes each of them incompetent to tes tlCy against the other because neither the seller nor the buyer can be made be Core the court to give any information which would incriminate himself before consideringthe legal phase of this point it will not be amiss to note the logical result to whichit tends The rgument is that the buyer of liquor II legally sold should not be punished bylaw because the seller couldnot be re quird to testify against him Would Judge Owsley orthe public have the legislature to repeal the existing laws- on the subject of dueling mutual combats gaming and all other crimes and- mlsdemeanorswhich can not be com mitted except by the concurrent acts uf not fewer than two parties T And yet the identical principle ho invokes applies to all these cases There cannot be an illegal salejof I liquors unless there be a purchaser It is the act of the buyer which makes the business profitable If arestraint be thrown on the buyer it necessarily affects the business of theseller III While it is fundamental law that no mean bejrequired to testify against mach it is not the law that he may not be forced to testify against another though his testimony may tend to incriminate himself if the Legislature should provide that his own testimony against another shall not be used against himself In the chapter of the CentuckyJStatutes against ganing it Is expressly provided that in any prosecution for a penalty against gaming it shall bono exception for a witness that his testimony may incriminate limself but nolsucb testimony shall be used against him in any prosecution except for false swearing pr perjury Jo therefore if the Local Option law should be so amended as to penalize the buyer nsjwellas the seller with the ad lition to It applicable to gaming the buyer could In a prosecution against is the sellerlbe introduced as aaitaes and thenln turn in a pros cutlon against the buyer the seller could be introduced against the buyer ThIs would be an easyitask for the Legislature and by thecnactrnent of such law the guilt of both parties to an Illegal transaction could be legally shown IV Ifll may be allowed to indulge a reasonable conjecture based on certain trials which have recently taken place in the police court of Stanford and also on the common observation of many people in the community I would sui mice that Judge Owslcy may have some interest other than a patriotic conch oration of the public welfare whit constrains his opposition to a penalty against the Ipurchaser of blind tiger whisky A pointed reference to this interest wasjmade by mo in his presence at our joint discussion and will be adverted to more specifically in the speeches I propose to deliver in Lineal and other countie- sQuestionsof legislative policy are really not fit subjects for consideration in a contest for a judicial office but Inasmuch as they have been injected by Judge Owsley into this canvass more particularly in his oftrepeated private talks I resolved tol declare my own views publicly Referring to his boastful declaration that he has voted for local option in Lincoln county 1 will not deny it for I do notknow However it is no uncommon thing for peoplemot over astute who an seeking some personal preferment from the public to become sudden advocate of an attractivelmoral sentiment There is nevertheless a distrust of the sincerity oftone who preaches morality and practices immorality of the sincer- Ity of the rampant temperance man who votes dry at the polls and retires to his office and votes wet out of his bottle There is also a distrust of one whose reformation if it has at all occurred is coincident with his candidacy for office It may be that one may jump immediately from the swine trough to a feast of the fatted calf but when it comes to tho point ofj seeking credentials for apostleship I take it that the people would prefer that he should tarry awhile atJJerusalera to wait for power from on high In our joint discussion at Lancaster and at Harrodsburg I asked Judge Ows ley to say whether or not it is true that he voted against Wm Goebel and af terward declared that Goebels assaslns ought NOT to be prosecuted whether or not it is true that he refused to vote for Gov Beckham and whether it is true as reported that he used his influence to induce Mr J N Menefee to accept the republican nomination for sheriff four years ago when the present sheriff Mr T J Hill was the democratic nominee for that office He did not then nor has he yet to my knowl edge denied any of these reports and I shall in the speeches I propose to make again ask him to answer As I take it in a race for a democrats nomination it is of more importance to a candidate to show that heis a dcm jcrat than to vociferate about his very questionable record on the temperance juestionSJ Judge Owslpy but recently accepted ray invitation to a series ofjoint discussions but after one meeting in Lancaster and one in Ilarrodsburg for some eason unknown to me he abandoned hem and made conflicting appointments for himself to which I was not invited and beside published his screed in the Advocate and the INTERIOR JOURNAL to which this is but a partial response I propose to give to any one who may Ceel sufficiently interested an opportunity to hear my views in a series of public speeches to be yet delivered and I again respectfully invite Judge Ows ley to be present assuring him I will grant an equal division of time M C SAUFLEY PRESS ON Written for the I J by The Captain hough dark the clouds that hover oer Lifes dreary path of sorrow And waves dash madly on its shore Twill brighter be tomorrow The bitter cup we all must drink So whats the use repining And in out journey ever think That clouds have sliver linings The roads befoi us we must on There is no chance of turning Press onward and the goal Is won Tis fully worth the earning Then struggle on and make your mark Whater may be the morning Tis true the way we go is dark Twill be brighter with the dawning If friends we love passed on before Have left our hearts insorrow Yet we should struggle all the more To meet them all tomorrow And when at last we walk that shore And bid farewell to sadness Vell sing with derv ones evermore- In songs of joy and gladness If you desire clour complexion tuke oleys Orino Laxative for constlpa ton and liver trouble nfl will stimulate these organs and tborougly leanso your system which is what overy one needs in the Spring in order to feel well New Stanford Drug Co A test in the courts of the Tennessee prohibition laws to regarded Baa cer dutya+ As Pretty As A PictureW- eoften say and this is a case where the young man can lookk as fine as the man in this cut This is one of our styles at 1750 20 and 25 in a dozen different shades They are the best read ytowear clothing Stanford ever had H J McROBERTS Stanford KyIu POLITICAL The appointments of Oscar S Straus as Ambassador to Turkey and W W Rockhill as Ambassador to Russia were announced in Washington Omaha went Democratic in the muni cipal election by safe majorities for the leading candidates on the ticket Mayor James C Dahlman leading with not less than 3000- Diplomatic relations between the United States and Venezuela were com pletely reestablished at an audience given by President Taft to Minister Rojas at which felicitious addresses were exchanged Senator William 0 Bradley delivered a tariff speech In the Senate j king principally for a tariff on jute to pro tect the raisers of hemp lie promised that if the duty was put on Kentucky would become as safely Republican as MassachusettsTo who of the Negro soldiers who were discharged as the re sult of the shooting up of Browns ville are qualified for re enlistment the court of inquiry appointed by authority of Congress began its session at Wash ington Tuesday Kills To Stop The Fiend The worst foe for 12 years of John Deye of Gladwin Mich was a run ning ulcer He paid doctors over 40000 without benefit Then Duck lens Arnica Salve killed the ulcer and cured him Cures FeverSores Holla Felons Eczema Salt Rhetiin Infal lible for Piles Burns Scalds Cuts Corns 25o at Pennys Drug Store Prescription Pointers I It is customary for every druggist to claim to be best in prescription work Good claim but we cant all be but This store claims ability capability facility and a complete stock of drugs We have the goods the equipment the experience dsswsrs PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Are You Going To Build While wo are hero to build the Lincoln county court house and should the building fever strike you why not have a little talkwith us We are f n a better position to build you a nice I Brick Dwelling or A Neat Business House being able to buy all materials cheaper and therefore are in position to put t a building up for n considerable lower price Nothing too large or too small and tho distance will not stop us from figuring with you matters not whero you live We invite any prospective builder to give us atriaJWo furnish all plans any specifications for such uuildinga that wo might erect free of chargeFRITZ KRUEGER F H MILLER The American Fence I The Fence With Hinge Taint And Tension Curve Which has placed it in tho market second to nono It is hull strong pig tight well galvanized and of the best Bessemer steel wire Call and see it Sonic interesting prices for next 30 days 8eo tho Poultry Fence wo have GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford ll c SAMPSON will make the 100 seanon at lilY farm where I live Ji mile Mouth of Htanford on the HomerictplsoaaH to Insure a living colt This lack colt won morn In prvmlumsiniMftnndlWNttmn any Jack In the county two have nor ftnrIInlwen shown at all local fairs oth yours and InJI lucky Htalo Kalr nod at several local fairs Hop UI his IW7 liiMiiml lfc Q colts are on my farm to show for themselves JIIllAUnilMAH Phone 10 Htanford Ky 0 Red Squirrel I Will make the season of Itoo at our table o miles from t4tsnford on the HIRnfonl nnll- HOlllerl4t iilttiiiI 1010 Iniurt4 I l1vIn colt t Jlu Is a rid cornet old lIS hlllllli ldph 1 and a MlurnlnddIIfnrlharnesihorse lie- IinptentyoftyitthfldaCtlOflSirCIi by Ches H ter II II bn by Illack squirrel W Jie by Illack Kagle Tl he by King 07 he by Washington Denmark cl he by Jalnes Den mark 01 lit darn by lllaok UlOrll heh1Uld Htonewall Jackson he by Washington Denmark and he by Imported Hedgelord mil darn Mambrlno Ollle A lion retained oii all eo tauntll tlltl ln money Is paid Care taken to prevent acci dent but not responsible should any occur t44ROfl moneyeIuwben mare It traded or d parted with WMXIKLDHHON Lincoln Squirrel r traoJhl blark polntIt hands IAlllROOtIpet in high 1 n brrd hon hut I UMI him only In harnis nixl a morn iwrfoct harne horto I have never mmi can step wry fait with extreme action nil around and I think him to Itioneof tile best stallions In the Htnle to breed get good highclass walktrot I and bUIfnv horse thul bring you J fancy pried lip ha some yearling antI twoyuar old InvIte brwder lot brtarlOiII 1101 be ty IlIek 11 p t ho by lng L I llamW Marlon iulritrnrtdiim by Green I Mountain I 2nd dam by Hughes Kdwln for lcitI Lincoln Huulrrrl lint dam Kate 14Iengr by Msutiger Hreeio full lirotherto Maude Mvtseugrr record Sl YnI unto Maria Drpauw by Mambrlno Mar llRbl a full brother to Lady Thorn 111 ird lnm Mollle Prow by llrlm Yorkshire Huulrrvl grand sire Is the lra of Itiiior tinted hIgI claC sc1IIe horses than any other horse In the world inch as High mutt Ifenmark Chester Dure 1td HiUlrrel unit many othnI WlllmakettvfwiMin or lt uat my livery barn In Htanfonl at taMo liuure a living coiL Money dUll when colt I fOllltd or lucre iarted with Red Light ltI sorrrl harM 4 yenta old Id bands high pxtra weight and btme- Hlrwt by famous roadster and sire llrd leif who U too well known to alt horsemen toinHvldewrlptlonand ix llifnf he by O Y lIi y JIhI datu by lieu Wllkll lIo- dIJlbtl lot l wal IIIY Multi hrl1lIlanSIV ton of the latnlwtln tlam Sell by out llalsurn and dam Noonday h p I 111110 lib tlain lIdnlcllt Li lUoi Jr fth dam Twilight by Islington Glb dam Darkniss by Wagner In offering tile services of this promising young stallion we fPI sufo in Mtylng with his its tie form Ird mid action that he Is hound to provu n grunt stock horse Will stand at livery barn In Htanford at 111 to Insure n living colt mon ey due when cult Is foalwl or marw purled with lie iur to KM him before brtwllng your good mere U o IlPlI1Vf4tnnfOrt1KY Chester Peavine alistDrm MIITIOX tI IhmiIIiuPouryeHnI1 n with U et of MIIIII21iioAKlrst darn CIU Madison Imretu Hecond dam by Peovlneui Third dam by Htonewall JuetMiii7S- Notr This hor miIi no Introduction to the polio of this county He has boon b for the ulncou twoyenrnld aud bis show retold Known to nit sunVe It to MI he was shown all Or Kentucky last ra onbyU T Handldg unit met defeat only a few tlmM HK w nt around no horse howed vvrry wmMk naIast till ulnwcllotake saddle rings and was never furthe- rbnk tlmn second He Inn show horso un der saddle In harness ho has won quito n nunhlsr of roadster rinK Ha defeated nil aukalNlcholnsvlllo In big roadster ring You see from his breeding he has two crml- tt of JllackH llIlrml Iwo 01 IVaylnttwoof tonvwaii Jackson II you nri fashionable widdlw horse blond here It ii Hw him Mild svu him do and you will breed to him Will serve A Itmlttst numb r of mares nt pi to Insure a living colt ALL PEAVINE Hubjtct to Hcitlttvr This horsy Is three years old a red sorrelA good haHMl one flIRt as goml gntlcd 0110 as will find anywhere Ho Is I1 hands filch woe shown Oil over the Mtntu last year and wits only dhntl 1 twlcrt by twojenr old stalllonsoneo under saddlennd unra In harness DofcatiU tutu limes by his halt brothom Ho you 54 ho hasnt n bail record ns n show horse II Is all his nainv Implies twlngslritl h Itex IVnvlne I7M 1st ilnm by lVavln l Jnddttmby Warren Harris Pen markxrd dMtii by John Nosuly If you are looking for IVnvltm blooil hero It IL Wil- lll permitted to serve limited number of mares ntlJU to insure u living colt At Semite time and place will stand two ROod mulu Jacks nt H II living colt These newt no advertising lid they havDiiiftdonevornlsianons at tilts barn and lIvery one kno we their Hervlce fee duo on the above ad verllsed stock when mare Is sold traded or lIned to other stock Duo In all cases when cull Is foaled DPLMPSlired This stallion Is n dark hey I years old 10 hands 1 utah high with best of bono action n very he vy ninna nnd tall Uoad his pert I greo and you will see ho U as well bred one as Call find In Olnlll was sired by Ooclllnll Oher lit until b1 Ulllmuund Itatil l71illI Unki- HIOCkIIII 3rd timtttt by lIe PIck nil b7 NOTIlll offering the services of this young stallion I fool ho Is what we need to Improve our stock Ito itni letdingatsu action lie will Ret horses iilgenoiigirto work sell nod also to make brood moro See him before breed and will breed to htm Hu Is well enough bred tu get trotters Tlt1U WUI stanil hlttt nt low Hnnf tin to Insure living colt nee leo dut when colt Is foaled mare traded soul or bred to other stock Atsame time und tho two good mule L1leeks Jim Porter nnd Ilrlgnolla You all how these Jack bned- TERMHrt to Insure a living colt Money due at with above advertised stock n S bOUDDKIl McKlnney Ky t 0 Call For Primary Call for Democratic Primary In the 13th Judicial Dldrlctmadeby the Democratic Committee 1 A primary election is hereby called to be held in the several voting clncts of Lincoln Garrard and Mercer counties between C A M and 4 r M on 15 1909 for the purpose of nominating democratic candidates for the offices of circuit Judge and Commonwealths attorney in and for the Thirteenth Judicial of Kentucky to be voted for at the reg November election 1909 2 All democrats who are legal voters I shall bo entitled to vote in said primary election and are requested to do so 3 Any person who desires to bo a candidate for the democratic nomina tion for circuit judge or Common wealths attorney shall not later than April 30th 1909 give notice of such In tentlon In wrltln G L chairman of the District Committee of the Thirteenth Judicial District and in addition candidates for the nomination for circuit judge shall at the time of giving said notice deposit with the aforesaid chairman the sum of 600 and candidates for the nomination for Commonwealths attorney shall at the I time of living said notice deposit with the chairman 300 4 Said District Committee shall meet at the office of tho secretary In Dan villo Kentucky on Wednesday 5 explration hereof there be not more than one can didate for circuit judge or Common wealths who has complied with the conditions of Section 3 then the committee will declare to be the nomlneefor the office sought that per son who is the only candidate and shall refund to such candidate tho entrance fee paid by him less his proportion of the costs already teemed rom tising and preparing for the election 5 The polls shall be opened in each and every precinct of counties In tho district aforesaid in tho usual I and regular voting places C Upon the closing of the polls the I officers shall proceed to count tho ballot and to mako returns and in so do- Ing shall be governed by the provisions of the general Clection laws and the returns shall be made to the chairmen of the respective counties in the dis- trIct who will the stubbooks the certificates and any questioned bal lots to this committee 7 The ofllcers of election shall be so lected from lists to be offered by the candidates in accordance with the pro visions of the primary election law by the district committee 8 Each candidate shall be entitled to designate by written notlco to the chairman of each county committee in the district not less than five days be perlIonounty to as pec tor for said candidate at said primary election 9 On tho next day after the returns shall have been made tho committee shall meet and canvass the voto cast and issue certificates of nomination 10 Tho chairman of the district Is die rected to employ a person to copy from the regular registration books made in Harrodsburg in 1908 the names of all democrats nnd the person so employed shall return the copies certified as required by law to chairman cau o them to be duly delivered to the officers of election Tho chairman is further directed to cause to bo printed and prepared for uio tho requisite number and of ballots which shall bear tho facsimile of his signature nnd ho will procure tho necessary election supplies and cause them together with ballots to bo delivered to the officers of election as required by law coplelhereofrotary of the committee to bo posted at the court house door in Stanford Lancaster Danville and Hamxtaburg and in 20 other conspicuous places in imch county in th district for not 1t1 than 40 days prior to May 15 1909 and I said notice shall bu published in I each democratic newspaper in tho district G L PENNY Chmn CIIKNAUIT HUGUELY Secy RED LEAF gcntuobyTeimipicHlr of lien Hur winner of crand cham pionship New York bAtty UId tvaf winner gIInllat Iho Kentucky finto Kalr 11si more I ImIgImprleod Ciits show horses and loams than any stallion In Kentucky let 10 Insuruncoll nnd n good otto or IXXO cash at tints of servlc It liOOODAUl HarrodsburK Ky CHOICE GOODS Ioixleil May fl itI2 black with whllo points iligtotliOct SIT by Tmportitl Jumbo ill make the season of 1110 nt my farm J miles from lIuollIII on hIS Illack pike nt U for Jennets nnil 510 for mares to insure I will Stilt stand several other Jacks at 110 for mares Also several stallions at 110 to lnsun n living colt Grau furnished nt 3 month Jmn tsor marc parted with forfeIts tho Insurance and innkui season money due JK IlAUnHMAN Huxtonvlllo Ky King Eagle Jr IKttinnKK Hired hyH to Harris King hy1I0alHtonewall Jno Mn7 1st dam Molllu Mounts aSSI was by tho noted sire tahbolli Mxlngton KHKIiiK Eagles 1st byOlddam by Denmark ho by Miller Den ThoroughbredKingVnnllon ilue by Old 2nd damn Cop unumekeNOTrKdark bay with one white hind toot nice mane and tall stands full 1034 hands high weight 1800 lbs anil well proportioned every way A combined stallion with plenty of speed style and action and lute that huh a splendid brooder He will make the sea son of low at my burn one mllo West of Waynesburg on FishIng meek at JIO to Insure a living colt Mares trailed parted with or bred also whoa without my consent forfeits tho Insurance and the such transactloa monllrbecomeaduoat accidents but not responsible should any oc cur Phone In residence Waynesburg Far mere Hxehango OGOALDWKLLA80N It F V No 4 Wnynesburtf Ky p- J SEASON OF 1909 Wo will stand at farm near Preach rrsvllle the wellknown Wins Anderson Jack which has perhaps gotten as many 10U coltsasanyjnckinthoeounty at It to In splendlii Hedhoby lIar Peavlno at 110 to Insure a living colt He will bu permitted to serrv oniy a limited number of mures VI GHIMKH A rKTl HKU I 1rvachersvllle Black Joe tabolliIYlrlllolilltlKenlllckY110mm lie iyVnshlngton5l lIt darn fuello by Messenger lellmllrkj2d dom Kettle Robinson br 1lol llamblutnnlaii ho Is a very tine Individual black with one white foot stands hands weight IfUO pounds 8 years old fine saddler altO very showy Inherneasof noalrloftnd action tee hint before you book your mare Heason duo If mare Is traded or parted with All care will be taken to avoid mice dents but not IholllllnllyooollrJ Stanford Ky GOLD BOND kpnodyson of tile WIlkes family Fooled May GIW- dSIIIrIIII1 iionil lied WIlkes Old Oeorgo WIlkes Itytdlcki Hnmbletonlan lflUtIUhInllUold for more mooney than any horse ourbrought to Iloyiu county Iu dam M Kl tuba 181 Klinoro produced Idol and two others better than IaJI She Is In the old brood maro lItThis colt Is n handsome dark buy 158 hands of great substance and style Can sliow a forty clip without any track hand ling Is level headed easily handled should transmit greet form style and ahed to his colts which should sell readily nt fancy prices Will snake the season of liwuat my arm midway between Danville and Stan ford on at 110 to insure a llv inf colt Will bo bundled for speed after season A 0 T HMITH It Y D No 1 Box II tiTANtOllll K ttioao liSA 111111 e THE WARFIELD Trial JJI trotting Dark hay stallion 18 foaled Ml 1st dam Naugh ty turf by Rex Aumiericu iU 4yearold record lillji sire of Hatllelon 4yeurold record IOt4 American Hello 8yrold JslifW and IH others In 21 lilt a son of III record S2H sire of Onward Silver I3fd nod ITO others In Iho isil list Onward was sIred by Uvorge WIlkes 519 IlngIr2WJIxSrd darn Dotlct by Nutwood an the sire of ITS In the list Uh dani Topaz byHtrathmore 40H slroof Win the liltSilt damMlllard b Albion Glb dom NldI bySianibnlnoChiivfTin Wnrfleld U a representative stallion In alt the word Implies To say that bo hiliI size sutalaiice and sjwed only In prt em phaslio the finalities combined in this son of Dnra Devil lie has them thai they tire of such symmetrical character as to him n stallion among many Ills head amid neck body feet und legs are perfect nnd when ten In connection with liii fnultlims gall and gruel Iwauty mire etpuclally Imprestlve bnItJlnscYouone The Warflild Is the only ilalllon that hns7 dams III the great brood maro list He has two Mambrlno King crosses two Mnm brlno Iutchea two Mambrtno chief one OhlnllllInwllnl I jeorgu Wllkp I tlonver I Nutwood I Mtrathinorv morn trotting cross than any italllon alive The Wartleld Is by liar Devil is2j record bySluitubrinobyElectIoneerDiirw Devil Is a great winner He won the chnmplonihlpnt thw National Ilorsn Show In IMH class I lint Nntlonal Horne Hhow In ixw Climes ljcbumitlon hlp National Horse HhnwlMM class I nut National Horse HUow prJu class 10 championship Nutloniil horse- Show 110 nil 2 IIrt National UoneKbllw 19iu class 3 llret National Horse Hhow IdV class 10 lint lio ton horse Show list class reserve llo ton llorso Hhow 111 class IIsecond lloston Horse Show itll class 8 ond lloiton lions Show UK clan J re ervc IU tnn Horse Hhow itktl class I tIdal Ito ton Ilornc Show lUtt class 7 He sIred The lImo Ideal JMBt sire of Princes Helen SXXfi I lkvllj Daughter lM9h Harnh Ham liii I4hliI mile from VtcKlnney Ky al15to Insure a Living Colt 8 MOWKN8 MoKlnnvyKy ASHLAND BROOK- No 4I7M Vol 17 A T H IL bred by Kugeno Hack er iinorRftown Ky Ashland llrook was rId lUtL Mind buy Who loll hind foot IIIRIIIICIIIKK brook No Mllrgllrlllulh 1U734hiiottnnd Itunnlng IlroOK 2U Silent llrook by Dnrknlght Nu tIM tile sire of BenroliU l l KIlight and milpa Itita Iisrkiuigutshiciiiiy Aicyoflu NoCItrecord 117 Anninnd llrouk lot Wrun by Ashland Wilkes tail j record III i liicslrtMit Jolm It IJcntty tu Hnlly ToI Ir rl1ll Aililiiud Wllkes sIred by lIed Wllkttt Ii4t hu by iforijc Wtlkes Hecond duiiii HIde Lilly by 1retendtT 14i3rd dam by Jim Monroe MK XOTI Asliinmt llrook Unhandsome 101I low wIth iota oi HUliKtaiuv has n hold wily of Koinit with speed style und action Ills oldest lrOl1 of colts nit two years old und Ihicy nru nIl Otto cOUld expect iney all bear lug good colors with plI ol sue und greilt style and finish Ashland llrook will mane the present season ut Jii to Insunt a living colt alsostand tho great mule nnd Jennet Jack iillly Keene mit 1111 for mares and liu lor Jennets to liuure n living colt Hilly btIhollllil1rlneu theslrnof Joo Ulockbllrn nun nulln Hilly Kecno stiindi full 10 hiuidii bluck with white points uhd UIII breeder Is untiirpaiiseil nB 1111110 orionnel jack hIs colts always bringing the highest prices Stares traded parted wither bretl elsewhere for feits thu Insurance and money becomes duo at the tlmtl of such transaction KING EAGLEI No OM- VolflAHH H King Eagle Is IKhunds high dark bay with flowing menu and 11111 goeiall tbuBiilt with plenty ofspoea stylo and nctlon- 1KiunuKR Hired by lloyat King J5S5 be by 0n Tl mo 743 he by Htonewall Jackson Itoynl Kings 1st dam Mollle Mounlz SMI Wits by the noted gIrt Uabbells lxllIlton II N Cliug Eagles SIt dOIll HiP 1MSTP she 113P Baglo blInd hull lie by Clii KIng Ba i byitirrli40 thorollllhhrttlNOTICit breeder of lIne colored nnd high styled colts they till having size style mimi action Ho sired tho colt that won tht1 stake ut the Hlanford Kalrnnd time f 100 stakeat Lan caster CTefeallng here lour of the got of the great Ilex leoIII This get of King Eagles was seCond In the IOO stake nt Ilarrodsburg with Jl entries and defeated the colt that I won this stake two out of three h wI His I uricesKing I the how prIce of 515 to insure ii lIvIng coltI JImCetunontiOornlares bytileI I John Wells 2nd lJechQrJlm Keol1e- I lb3 binds ilIth block with white oillt 11 grout muln JnokIof stock wilt make tho season of 1SW9 ut our stable 2J4 mIles West of Htanfonl on tho Shelby City pike StareS traded parted with or bred nioneyI000tllCIFor further information call on or address H To UAtllUB t ROUT WOODS Phone n King 3 Stanford Ky 1 It DR IS C1 TESTSuccessor Dr II L Casey Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Graduate of Chicago Vet crinary College Phone St Office at P K Logan Stable DANVTLJE KY STONEWALL JACKSON JR This tine black laddie itnlllon was tiredby tile saddle breeding stallion Old Hlonowall Tills colti dam was n Denmark inaro lie Is n nice colt Ho hnl cotta to provo his Rood breeding Wlllstand nt tttountil weaning time We hold n lien mnreiperfect success In this breeding ILLY IRECKINRIDGE MnJorJobn toInurehigoodHiliI1reedlni Beau Naboth 45006 By Naboth 10116 Beau NahothRdam Nora Ilaughman by LuhaMatubnlnoMiarllgni dombydarn byThornlon Hauler standiniS834quailIIisWill stand at the barn of Helix White 134 pikelitweekMoneywith or bred elsewhere The best personal care taken though no responsibility for ac escapesWhen impregnator will be used J 61IETTUH Stanford Ky PRESTON 922 Vol11 Champion Swilled saddle stallion of Ken lucky Winning at all thu Kentucky fairs and also at the horse show at HufTalo N Y CityHiredFirst dam Hell Ithoderlck No 101 Second dam by Denmark wltblintto say moro nlwul him as the people of this and tho adjoining counties know fits record as a show horse nnd also for breeding pur poses He will innkn the season of 1IO9 at my stable InUrabOrchanl Ky at the reason able figure of tai to Insure a living colt Will keep mares on grass at Ji per month but will not be responsible for accident or escape of stock Heaton Is duo If mare I 4 traded or parted with or bred to other stock J013AILKY 0mb Orchard Ky I REVERSA 47162 OIbyJiililbtUiIn rJ list Un 215 lIst Kf In the 220 list tit In the too list Grand sirs of 919 trotters and pacers with records of 19 or totter One of his great grand sons Is credited with li performers uud his descendants In 280 list nil told are now nbout CliO In number Utdani PInk Startle by Mambrlno Htartle luMslreofl6anldallloftLlncludIntz Uul nette 105 Foxy Curd r07 Chesley SW and others 2nd dom Martha by Lyle Wilkes IBM sire of Tumi dmtmmls of Itessle loncli JtOSJi John TOIl ViCllngIl and Mothers IIIIJIUuekdollIwverlll season at tile stable of muses McKecbnle near Hub ble at Iloto Insure a Unit col- tLEADER At the Samoa time and place I will stand byStills colts speak louder than words of his qualltlen as a breeder Tills will be his third season 110 for maro mule 17 for horse mule Il McKKlHNIK Hubble Ky GALTON 12910 Season of two Hire of Calvin C 8lP i AI Ilurnj S 2te M and sixothers with trials from 230 to IIIthose are the only ones that were ever handled for speed Also the sire of one lain with one In tile saw list Mired lambetta Wll kus 2lfH tile sire of SJOIn the rm list hi In 210 ana better claimed to be the greatest tire In th world 1st dRill Daisy Field IKpind dam of A with records of front S17 lo Xl L E44flCIdSuliOf ILiebtoulaaIll dllll1 by MCIleys AmercRn Star JoJnlleld 229 has 0 In 2d54 his daughters have 60 In 1M or better Slid dam Quickstep by Ken lucky Irlnco Jr sire ofJlt IltV IAIII nnude 227 dams of IS In the 2 3 lItSrd dolll by bid Joe sIre of the dnm of J Q 117 hiltOn carries the blood of four leading families unitHomhllolIllI1I1lIke iMnmbrliio tiiltrm colts huvogone agalcit and de tented the liont In hariiesi clauses and roadster ring they are In great domund selling llIrllnglIromstable 2 miles West of Hunlonvllle on Urnd fordsvtlle pike at SiS to Insure a living coil Money due If mare Is traded mitten being hrtxl Plenty of grass at MM per month saved ex prosily for mares no other stock mixed with mares have grass lots and large stables for mares to foal Grain fed at cost Phone In residence Huston vtlloKxchange SI 1011- Hustonvihie Ky DON VARRICK This nmglilllcontly bred young stallion will make the season of hiiIi at my stnbluat Hlanford Ky tlwller known asthe Dr lint Ie 1IIIallit tlJ to Insure n hiving colt- loti Vnrrlck Is lns n beautiful chestnut short back bono in fact the highest typo of tile trotter lIe ls by the great On ward Sliver 3u5Vi that won the 3u0 Tran sylvania In n seven heat race In UW and the settle year won the I10flu0 Homier Memorial mind tho M A M In broken heals und sold for nnd later sold for JS5i lIOn Vnr rJckII bred exactly like Hpanlin Queen that won the lOIlrRIUIImhn inn making a record of iW and was clamed as one of lime but four being one of tile greatest money winners on tile grand crcult last year Onward Sliver Is by Onward ouo or time great est and bust sons of loorge WIlkes On wards dam Wits the dam of Director tile sire of that great family of trotters and pacers Don dam was by WIlkes- Roy by George WIlkes a full sister to The 5K1BM and half ulster to Madeline Pntchen tile dam of lluhber 210 Winches I Ierr194 Billy WIlon220and Silss itIm2- ild damn ttarv by h3nga Irey Enge the Oath of The WagXilSK Madeline Pntahen the dam of Itubber 511 Winchester ZtlvJi Hilly Wilton si X and Miss u IdE Don Varrlok dam produced Dr Conner that paced n public half mile on the Lexing ton truck nt In months In I tt3 anti sold to S W HuDlngtfr of Now Conn for lUtE Shualsopr0dtJestl Maggie Igo that trotted a half milt on the saute truck ut 18 months In 111 and sold for ISW Please noW the rleu Inheritance of speed on both sides not n missing link for goner ations Hreed to this fellow mind you cant miss the tbreu things every breeder looks for size speed anti looks See him before booking your mares Season money due witch tulane are parted with or bred to another horse Mares kept at 10 cents per tiny and nil care taken but will not be re sponslble for accidents escapesflIt PERRY Stanford Ky CROUP It0p In 20 minutes I ShoopsCroup proveNoreANrJIkaIOIfmupOc Drutala1 31 11 OXFORDS 1 ttttt++ 1 Green White Tan Ox f Blood and Black p IN ALL THE STYLES FOR 1909 forI men women and Children Cummins WearenJiIIfi 11 jt rfi 1 STANFORD KENTUCKY I i lf CRROLL PRESTON i byCromwell1st dam Baby Pence sired by Iiuocli Ar den 2nd dam Ijuly IVnco by Almonl For rest ssin srd dam by Oarrnrd Chief Carroll Preston beautIful dapple bay corn k1elltlJlnlto end Ho Is made without a fault and Is one of the finest llvogalted siiddlti stalllont that Kentucky has over produced Ho hits no weak point and Is able to go In any rout pliny Tills colt Is worth coming miles to tee and Is subject to Inspection at any tulle I HU sire was the champion show horse for I years antI his dam Haby Pence was the un p beuleii show mare for years In stallion We class tliUcoltiuonoof KluclIWill let him serve a few approved marcs at ii to Insure n living roll i Stares nt tiW ltOr month not hi responsible should accident o W 0 WALKKU curiDainty AiHe Strap Pumps Itr i I Every Young Lady who delights in Cool Comfortable FOOTWEAR I Should take a look at these daintily con structed Ankle Strap Pumps They are all Patent and really make the feet look smaller because of the short vamp We also have many other styles of ladies Oxfordsi W E Perkins Crab Orchard 4 I GRERTREDUCTION T- On OJ t I Iall Spring Suits and Spring Jackets Save 1 to 10 on a Suit or Jacket9 These goods must be closed at once Stock embraces this seasons newest creations and colors Many of them staple Suits for any season of the year t I f SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY i JThe Interior Journal 1 TJ STANFORD KT MAY 7o 1909 If ICE CUEAM soda water at Pennys t Drug Store 1 FINE line of Reel Pales Unn and all other Fishing Tacklo at Pennys Drug Store i PERSONALS I Miss KATE WATERS continues very t titsH F Hardcsty aged 71 U dead a Danville MR F II MILLER was In LOUIIVII- IthisI week i Miss LAURA CARTER visited her sis i ter in Indianapolis 1 BORN to the wife of Mr U C White of tho East Enda son Miss LENA BECK of McKInney was J the guest of MIw Margaret Bibb tk Miss MARY MCROBERTS Is attending Musical Festival In Louisville condition of Judge J W Alcorn b Sthe to be very much Improved JG CARPENTER was at VII 1 Hamburg to see a patient Wednesday P MR GEOROB L CARPENTER Is back from a protracted stay at Henderson yllle N C1 II DR J 11 OW8LEY Is spending a few t y vJays with his son Mr E P Owsley at Columbus Ga Ma JOHN S WELLS left Tuesday fo an extended trip to Texas and the West Advocate r Mns JOHN F CASH and Miss Doren- Lewis have taken rooms In the Craig S I residence on Main street MRS S M SAUFLEY und son arc over from Frankfort with Mrs W N t f Craig who Is somewhat Improved MISSES BERTHA TAYLOR of Harrodi l burg and Olllo Vanhook of Burnslde f were guests of Miss Alice Rsnkin 1 MR M L MARCUM and sister Miss Minnie Loulso Mnrcum of Spring Dale Stock Farm visited Mr C K McClure and family Miss LICCIB BEAZLEY who has spent c school at Hindman 1a year with tho Knott county is at home hero and her friends are delighted to have her MRS T D NEWLAND Dr T W v VPennington and Messrs J R Newland of this place and Thomas D Newland Jr of Danville attended the Newland marriage in LouisvilleI 1Elkin W II HOPPER Is at homo from tho Presbyterian Theological Seminary In Louisville lie will continuo to fill his appointments with the church at Burns de there Sunday a SAUFLEY of the I vl1Ittho the nshoregards Australia the finest foreign country hu visited MR W P WALTON of Lexington made a brief visit to relatives and 1 friends here Wednesday lie Is so fleshy that some of his old friends hard him Mr Walton Is still undecided as to his business future LOCALS FOR SALBLocust posts Cheap W i L McCarty Stanford IK you are particular try Denhams Rex coal Yards at Stanford and Row 4 land WANTED to loan 3000 on first land notes Enquire at this officeaDR W N CRAIG oculist and opt Sclan Office over H J McRoberts clothing store A FEW more steel ergball bearing skates for sale Cheap This office TYrEWRITINodone atreasonable rates Miss Mollie Goldstein Stanford I WILL have another bargain sale of hats next Friday May 7 Hats from 36c up Miss Ella May Saunders PRDSERVR your roof with the best r roof paint on earth mixed on Somerset St Stanforu Ky at Eads tin shop LoT between J L Tottens and W C Shanks an open face gold watch with diamond sot fob J Bledsoo Hat ley Stanford HU3TONVILLB and Stanford say Charleys Aunt was ono of the best shows that over showed there Advo fate We pause for comment ic HOWES groat London circus will bo hero today and so will a great many Lincoln county people The show comes highly recommended and should have a crowded tent t J j p f1 I Cw THE3 French cleaned Cook Farmer NEW line of John Prlmblo pocket knives at Geo D Hoppers OK In Trlbbfo 8Fences window torn McClarya handpainted china LOSTA brown reindeer working glove Howard Felix White Stan ford Five shares of stock In the National Bank of Hustonville for sale Apply at this office cherrytStanfordeEGos for sale from Red hens Wild Mallard ducks and Toulouse geese Mrs W J Edmlston Crab Orchard Ky MARSHALL lb nn atHustonville took Lairs bloodhounds to Brodhead yesterday to trail the rascals who robbed a store there A FELLOW named Lucius who recently moved to Ottcnhelm found a dyna mite cap and not knowing how danger ous it was set it on a red hot stove Three fingers of ono hand were torn off CALL In when come to the circus today and court Monday and look at my line of buggies farming Imple ments including riding cultivator etc ErT Pence peee pies societies In town are vited to be present at the Epworth I League social Friday evening May 14 at Mrs E T Pences W B Barker president CHARLEYS AUNT was presented by n lot of Central University boys at Walton Opera House Monday night but the least said about the show they gave the better However tho man agement did not ask a return date of the company MRS AGGIE WILLIAMS of Kingsvillc received this week a check for SfXX the amount of insurance held by her hut band Marlon Williams in tbe order of Maccabees Mr Williams was killed while working on the railroad some three weeks ago E A CHILTON was In Crab Orchard last week where he was called to at had a meeting of the Crab Orchard Fair Co who want him to take the management this year but ho thinks the Laurel County Fair Is as much as he can handle London Democrat J C ROBINSON proprietor of the Womans Bakery Danville Ky has installed electric machinery for the preparation of his famous Quaker Bread and will run a wagon to Stanford once a week to supply tho market Geo H Farris Is agent for the Quaker Bread Leave your orders with him IF not sold privately we will sell coun I ty court day two thoroughbred mares registered Miss Emma and Lucy Finley I Mla Emma was a noted racer winning many purses Breeding hard toexcel she being by The Minstrel he by Longfellow Dam Victoria OFallon Mrs Mattlo V KIrby Henry Anderson TWENTYTWO friendsand relatives of Mrs Mattie Luce and Mrs Alice Depauw met at the home of MM Luce and surprised them Tuesday the occa slon being tho birthday of each who are the same age They brought with them well filled baskets and served u five course dinner They gave a bundle and postal shower for each of them and each hour during the day ono bun die was opened which made It very In teresting Bloomlngton III Pant graph THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Is proud of the magnificent courthouse Lincoln county is going to have and It wants it to be firstclass in every particular The specifications call for plank floor ing with tho exception of the basement which will bo of concrete and the 1 J makes the suggestion that instead of the flooring called for tiling be used on the first or office floor This can be done for 600 or 700 more and we will have n floor that will last as long as the courthouse be far easier kept clean and less apt to catch fire The lifo of a plank floor where used a great deal is not long Why not put in one that will like the courthouse do for generations to comp FOR SALE Pure S C Brown Leg horn eggs Improved laying strain Mrs R L Berry Hustonville Ky Phone 833 rings J CARTERof Turners vllle section was kicked by a yesterday and badly hurt Several rib were broken and it was at first thought ho was fatally Injured Drs E J Drown and Edward Alcorn were called CHAMPIONSHIPballgame tomorrow Saturday between the Stanford I High Schooland Lancaster teams Thi game will determine tho championship of Central Kentucky and a hot one may be expected Game called at 330 p M Admission 25c WE are glad to T that Clarence Coleman a clerk In the Loutjvillo post office was exonerated of the charge of violating the Civil Service regulation when ho wrote a letter to this paper last fall giving an account of Bryan visit to the Falls City Judge M C Saufley Will Speak At Stanford Monday May 10 130 P M Crab Orchard Tuesday May 11 130 P MMcKInney Tuesday May 11 730 p M Hustonville Wednesday May 12 730 P M Waynesburg Thursday May 13 130- P M Klngsville Thursday May 13 730 P M Moreland Friday May 14 730 P M lion J S Owsley is invited to bo present and will be accorded an equal division of time DUNN ADAM heprogressive real estate men have just completed arrangements to place 35 choice lots in West Danville on the market at public sale on Thursday May 20 1909 Five or six of tho lots front on Perryvillo pike and overlook one of the most magnificent country estates in Kentucky No more desirable lots are available in this locality Several hand some homes have already been erected on adjoining lots On tho day of the sale a brass band will be in attendance and one of the most desirable lots will be given away absolutely free The demand for Iota in West Danville Is yery great and CO residences could be rented to desirable tenants today Dunn Adams are to be congratulated upon their enterprise in this matter as this sale of lots will afford many peo pie who are seeking to locate in Danville an opportunity to own their own homes THURMOND J L Thurmond Sr an agedand respected citizen of Ash Grove passed into rest at his home In the north part of town at 8 oclock P M Wednesday April 28 1909 after a long illness due principally to his ex treme age The funeral service will be held this afternoon at 3 oclock at the Christian church of which he was a member conducted by Eld J II Jones tho pastor after which the remains will be laid to rest in the city cemetery Mr Thurmond was born in Lincoln county Kentucky In 1831 and was In his 78th year at the time of his death In 1853 ho was united In marriage to Miss M E Kirtley they moved to southwest Missouri In 1880 To this union 11 children were bornG boys and 5 girls all are living and are present except Mrs Comegya of Merkel Tex who was unable to come on account of sickness In her family Mr Thurmond had long been a faithful member of the Christian church and was an exemplary citizen lie was known and respected by almost every one in this section being one of its oldest residents Ho leaves an aged wife and 11 children to mourn his death They should however bo comforted in the thought that he lived to a ripe old age having lived out his allotted three score and ten years and moroAsh Grove Mo Common wealth Deceased was tho father of Mr 0 J Thurmond of Danville IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Green B Adams Is dead at Somerset after a long illness Mrs M A Owens died at her home in tho Parkaville community M H McNutt had a leg broken in two places while playing ball at Richmond By a voto of 87 to 64 the proposition to establish graded school in Perry villa failed at the hands of the voters Gov Willson refused to pardon Cleveland Lynch sent to the penitentiary from Pulaski county for two years for ear breaking 4 1 A dispatch says that Charles Finley arrived at Williamsburg from Indian apolis and was met at the depot by a large delegation Miss Mattie Voorhees who lived by herself In Mercer county was burned invalidswas escape home caught fire W J Davidson assistant secretary of State under tho ill fated Taylor regime died at Indianapolis from the re suit of a street car accident He went andsFinley did He was from Pulaski In the case of the United States vs Berry Simpson George Stanley and dthers implicated in the riot at Steans on Christmas day in which Deputy Marshall Mullins and a miner were kill ed the defendant answered not ready in Federal Court at Richmond and the case was continued until the July term HIGHLAND Corn planting is progressing slowly 0 G Speaks has moved his saw mill home and will do some work for him selfBusiness we believe is somewhat on the increase as we have three millinery stores viz Mesdames C M Young Maud Faulkner and Thomas Williams Miss Martha Meier has returned from Louisville Her many friends are glad to see her at home again Mrs Arch Bastin went to Somerset to visit her mother Mrs Ping but was called home the next day by the Illness of one of her childrenMrs Green Young received a letter from Nebraska last week telling of the death from spinal meningitis of Bessie the only daughter of Mr and Mrs Mil lard Baugh at their home in Kenesaw Much sympathy is felt for the parents In their sad bereavement Thomas Goodpastor and Dave Young of Fayette were here this week visit Ing relatives and friends Mrs Marga ret Young has returned from a visit to her children near Nicholasville Jim Walls nnd family of Klngsvilic spent several days with his mother Mrs W 0 Young MATRIMONIAL Wednesday was marriage day at Pine Grove church in the Southern end of Lincoln Arthur Kidd aged 20 and Miss Dora Kidd 1C were made one Ollie Kidd 21 and Miss Susie Lynch 17 were joined heart and hand and Henry Lynch 20 and Miss Mary Pol holyoondsRev T W Barkers sermon on early marriage at tho Methodist church Sunday morning they failed to heed the good advice he gave FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNTY FOR SALE I A flne blue grass arm for solo situated on new pike near Iolnt saved and itx miles south of Lancaster ao acres well located In good neighborhood being part of the John Walker tract with n hand some new twostory even room residence thereon with nerosftnryoutbulldlngsnnd good now burn 40xeo Well watered six runningtlarouKbTEKM84 cnsh In hand balance one and two years from day of sale bearing six per paidIertoni placa plcnie write or tee W O WAJKKU HtnnforU Report of the Condition of The National Bank of rlustonvllle at llnstonvlllo In the Btnto of Kentucky at the close of business Apr S8 JWW KK8O011CE9 Loans nnd Discount 1M2 76 Overdruftssecured nnd unsecured 1730 43 U H Bonds to secure circulation 1250000 Dunking hou efurnlture nnd fix tures 2909 00 Duo from National Banks not re serve ngonhI6W71 Duo from fitnto Hanks A Bunker Due from approved reserve agenU 3134 84 Checks and other cash items II U Notes of other National Banks 740 00 Fractional paper currency nick eUnud cents 20119 Lawful Money Iteserre In Bank vlu Bpeclo 116819 W- Legaltender notes 843 C- OUedumptldnfund 15ftM 00 with UH Treas urer Spur cent of circulation 62600- siwiOl 61 1IAWLITIKH Capital Block paid Inw JSOOOO 00 Hurplus und 17000 00 lxptmllIIndtnxtNational llnrik notes outstanding 12 LXtO Due to other Banks IH 28 Duo to Htato and private bank SI Indlvidunldelosltssublectebeck107OTT TO OertllleU check Notes and bills redlscountfd 19110161 BtatAof County of Lincoln K I J lockerOaslilerof tbonbovonamcd i bunk do solemnly swear that tho ubavo Ktutemt t U true to the test of knowl and belief J WiloexEnOnshierH- ubseribedundsworntobefore me thin lit day of MaylWW J W Hosklns Nl iljcommission expires Fob JIIIlVI Correct Attent Edward Alcorn T J Hoblnson and W U OowanDlrector- ga 7 i A L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin I Knit Vests And HosieryI See our new line of Ladies Gauze Cotton Vests made off spit flexible goods low neck sleeveless taped neckand armholes good values at lOc and up to 50c Also a new lino of Ladies Summer Union Suits in the new weave Good values iA nt 50c and upward Ladies Black and Colored Gauze Hose Lisle Hotc high spliced heel and toe garter top special good C wearing quality at 25c per pair Also a new line of Ladies Black and Colored Lisle and Generta Silk House double heel t l and toe garter splicing an unusual value at 50c per pair HUGHES MARTIN COI Dry Goods Notions STANFORD Shoesj f J Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of fI COUNTRY PRODUCE in Lancaster Stanford Hustonville ij and Brodhead I rnHt FARMERS rl pGetI have the nicest tine of Buggies Surreys Pluctous nnd Runabouts that I o 1chincsI E T PENCE STANFORD I I FOR SALE I boiler and engine nnd sow mitt for safe Will sell either or both OIIAS KXBSMN Ottonhelm Ky roitofflco Wnynesburz Ky 150 CINCINNATI AND RETURN VIA SU1 DAY MAY 9 SPECIAL TRAIN Leaving Junction City 600 AM- A K TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS t NOTICE thelowestsquareonred paint on metal I J Vf BTEWAKT Rowland Ky PENCE JRCatthomile from Howland at 1 10 to Insure n living tbeaaOlllUonev 15hands uder i databyfence Jrs liarioweI Mambrlno horse 3rd data by Mnmbrlno Messenger Pence Jrs 2nd dam 0111 IenceJracoitanreallsbowingup breeder Mares grazed nt P per month not respon sible for occident or escapes should any occur OKO BPOONAMOUK BRO Rowland Dinwiddie f C aoHustonville Kyi Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods S GREA REDUCTION T I On all Spring Suits and Spring Jackets Save 1 to 10 on a Suit or Jacket These goods must be closed at once Stock embraces this seasons newest creations and colors Many of them staple Suits foeyear w SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY vi I tr lThe Interior Journal IJ STANFORD KY MAY 7 1901 2 + ICE CUEAM BOda water at Penny Drujj Store FlNB lino of Reels Poles Lines and all other Fishing Tacklo at Penny Drug Store I I PERSONALS Miss KATE WATERS continues very 111 II D F Hatdeity aged 71 Is dead It DanYille MR F II MILLER was In LouUvllI this week l Miss LAURA CARTER visited her au- tcr in IndlanapoliB BORN to the wire of Mr It C White of tho East End a eon MISS LENA HECK of McKinney was t the guest of ghee Margaret Bibb y MISS MARY McRoBERTS Is attending the Mufc l Festival In Louisville THE condition of Judge J W Alcori d b thought to be very much Improved p DRJG CARPENTER was at WII to coo a patient Wednesday 1liamsburg L CARPENTER is bad I from a protracted atay at Henderson 1 yUle N C DR J U OWSLEY spending a Cew q lays with his son Mr E P Owsley at Columbus Ga MR JOHN S WELLS loft Tuesday for an extended trip to Texas and the f West Advocate MRS JOHN F CASH and Miss Dorcai y Lewis have taken rooms In the Craig residence on Main street MRS S M SAUFLEY and son are ov er from Frankfort with Mrs W N Crate who Is somewhat Improved MISSES BERTHA TAYLOR of Harrods burst and Olllo Vanhook of Bumsldc were guests of Miss Alice Rankin MR M L MARCUM and sister Misi Minnie Louise Marcum of Spring Dale Stock Farm visited Mr C K McClure and family Miss LICCIE BEAZLEY who has spent school at Hindmana year with the t v Knott county III at home hero and her friends lira delighted to have her MRS T D NEWLAND Dr T W r Pennington and Messrs J R Newland of this place and Thomas D Newland Jr of Danville attended the Newland marriage in louisvllle 1Elkin W H HorrBR is at homo fron the Presbyterian Theological Seminary In Louisville He will continue to fill his appointments with the church at Burneido there Sunday MIDSHIPMAN It C SAUFLEY of tin Navy has arrived home for a brief vis- It to his parents lie greatly enjoyed the cruise the Atlantic fleet am ho regards Australia as the fines foreign country he visited MR W P WALTON of Lexington made a brief visit to relatives am friends here Wednesday He is so that some of his old friends hard ly recognized him Mr Walton is std undecided as to his business futuro LOCALS FOR SALELocust posts Cheap W 1 McCarty Stanford IF you are particular tryDenhatn Rex coal Yards at Stanford and Rowland I WANTED to loan 3000 on first mortgage land notes Enquire at this a office DR W N CRAIG oculist and optl clan Office over H J McRoberts clothing store A FEW more steel roller ball bearing skates for sale Cheap This office TYPEWRITING done at rcasonabl rates Miss Mollie Goldstein Stanford I WILL anotherbargain sale of hats next Friday May 7 Hats from 25c up Miss Ella May Saunders your roofwith tho best roof paint on earth mixed on Somerset St Stanton Ky at Bads tin shop LOST between J L Tottens and W C Shanks an openfacogold watch with diamond sot fob J Bledsoo tint ley Stanford L HU3TONVILLE and Stanford say Charleys Aunt was ono of the best shows that ever showed there Advo fate WO pause for comment 1rhIowEs great London circus will bo here to and BO will a great many Lincoln county people The show comes highly recommended and should f have a crowded tent i I CtxTjlES French cleaned Cook I Farmer NEW line of Jo I he Primblo pocks knives at Geo D Hoppers pOK In TribbfoA Pences window tor 1G McClarys handpainted china LOSTA brown reindeer working glove Reward Felix White Stanford FIVE shares of foci the National Bank of Hustonville for sale Apply at this office SEVERAL pieces of furniture in eluding an old secretary all cherry for sale A P Brackett Stanford EGGS for sale from Red hens Wile Mallard ducks and Toulouse geese Mrs W J Edmiston Crab Orchard Ky I I MARSHALL HBRRINO of Hustonville took Lairs bloodhounds to Brodheai yesterday to trail tho rascals who robbed a store there A FELLOW +named ueluewho recently moved to Ottcnholm found a dyna mlto cap and not knowing bow dangerous it was set It on a red hot stove Three fingers of one hand were torn off CALL In when coma to the circu today and court Monday and look a- my line of buggies farming imple ments including riding cultivators etc fleet line of wagons in the county E T Pence THE members of all tho young peoples societies in town aro cordially invited to be present at tho Epwortl League social Friday evening May 14 at Mrs a T Pences W B Barker president CHARLEYS AUNT was presented by a lot of Central University boys at Waltons Opera House Monday night but the least said about the show they gave tho better However tho man agement did not ask a return date of the company MRS AGGIE WILLIAMS of Kingsvllle received this week a check for STXX tho amount of insurance held by her hui band Marlon Williams in trje order of Maccabees Mr Williams was killed while working on the railroad some three weeks ago E A ClilLTON was Crab Orchard list week where he was called to attend a meeting of tho Crab Orchard Fair Co who want him to take the management this year but ho thinks the Laurel County Fair la as much as he can handleLondon Democrat J C ROBINSON proprietor of the Womans Bakery Danville Ky has installed electric machinery for the preparation of his famous Quaker Bread and will run a wagon to Stanford once a week to supply the market Ceo H Farris is agent for tho Quaker Bread Leave your orders with him IF not privately we will sell coun ty court day two thoroughbred mares registered Miss Emma and Lucy Fmley Mla Emma was a noted racer winning many purses Breeding hard toexcel she being by The Minstrel he by Long fellow Dam Victoria OFallon Mrs Mettle V Kirby Henry Anderson T1vENTY friends and relatives of Mrs Mattie Luco and Mrs Alice Depauw met at the home of MM Luce and surprised them Tuesday tho occa sion being the birthday of each who era the same age They brought with them well filled baskets and served a five course dinner They gave a bun dle and postal shower for each of them and each hour duringtho day ono bun dle was opened which made it very in teresting Bloomington III Pant graph THE INTERIOR ounNAUis proud of the magnificent courthouso Lincoln county Is going to have and it wants it- o bo flret class in every particular Tho specifications can for plank floor ing with tho exception of the basenfent which will bo of concrete and the I J makes tho suggestion that instead of the flooring called for tiling bo used on tho first or office floor This can be lone for 600 or 700 more and wo will have n floor that will last as long as the courthouse be far easier kept clean and less apt to catch fire Tho lifo oft plank floor whore used a great deals not long Why not put In one that will like the courthouse do for gen rations to comet r Fon SALE Pure S C Brown Leghorn eggs Improved laying strain Mrs R L Berry Hustonville Ky Phone 833 rings J NEVIN CARTER of tho Turners vllle section was kicked by a mul yesterday and badly hurt Several ribs were broken and it was at first thought he was fatally injured Drs E J Drown and Edward Alcorn were called CHAMPIONSHU ball game tomorrow Saturday between the Stanford I HIgh School and Lancaster teams This game will determine tho championship of Central Kentucky and a hot ono maybe expected Game called at 330 p M Admission 25c sWE aro glad to state that Clarence Coleman a clerk in the Louljvillo post office was exonerated of the charge of violating the Civil Service regulation when ho wrote a letter to this pape last fall giving an account of Bryan visit to tho Falls City Judge M C Will At Stanford Monday May 10 130 r M Crab Orchard Tuesday May 11 130 r M McKinney Tuesday May 11 730 r M Hustonville Wednesday May 12 73i P M Waynesburg Thursday May 13 131- P M Klngsville Thursday May 13 730 PM Moreland Friday May 14 730 P M lion J S Owsley is invited to bo present and will bo accorded an equal division of time T DUNN S ADAMS tho progressive real estate men have just completed arrangements to place 35 choice lots in West Danville on tho market at public sale on Thursday May 20 1909 Five or six of tho lots front on Perryvillo pike and overlook ono of the most magnificent country estates In Kentucky No more desirable lots are available in this locality Several handsome homes have already been erected on adjoining lots On tho day of the sale a brass band will bo in attendance and one of the most desirable lots will be given away absolutely free The demand for lots in West Danville Is Very great and CO residences could be rented to desirable tenants today Dunn Adams are to bo congratulated upon their enterprise in this matter as this sale of lots will afford many peo pie who are seeking to locate in Dan ville an opportunity to own their own homes THURMOND J L Thurmond Sr an aged and respected citizen of Ash Grove passed into rest at his home in the north part of town at 8 oclock P M Wednesday April 28 1909 after a long illness due principally to his ex treme age The funeral service will be held this afternoon at 3 oclock at the Christian church of which he was a member conducted by Eld J II Jones tho pastor after which the remains will be laid to rest in the city cemetery Mr Thurmond was born in Lincoln county Kentucky in 1831 and was in his 78th year at tho time of his death In 1853 ho was united in marriage to Miss M E Kirtley they moved to southwest Missouri in 18SO To this union 11 children were bornG boys and 5 girls all are living and are present except Mrs Comcgya of Merkel Tex who was unable to come on account of sickness In her family Mr Thurmond had long been a faithful member of the Christian church and was an exemplary citizen He was known and respected by almost every one in this section be InK one of its oldest residents He leaves an aged wife and 11 children to mourn his death They should however bo comforted in the thought that he liVed to n ripe old age having lived out his allotted three scoro and ten years and moreAsh Grove Mo Commonwealth Deceased was tho father of Mr 0 J Thurmond of Danville NEIGHBORING IN COUNTIES Green B Adams Is dead at Somerset after n long illness Mrs M A Owens died at her homo In tho Parkaville community M H McNutt had a leg broken in two places while playing ball at Richmond By a voto of 87 to Gl tho proposition to establish a graded school in Perry ville failed at tho hands of the votero Gov Willson refused to pardon Cleve land Lynch sent to the penitentiary from Pulaski county for two years for tar breaking A dispatch says that Charles Finlej arrived at Williamsburg from Indian apolis and was met at the depot by a large delegation Miss Mattie Voorhces who lived by herself In Mercer county was burned to death The woman was an invalid and was unable to escape when her homo caught fire W J Davidson assistant secretary of State under the ill fated Taylor regime died at Indianapolis from the result of a street car accident He went to Indiana at the same time Taylor and Finley did He was from Pulaski In tho case of the United States vs Berry Simpson George Stanley and dthers implicated in the riot at Steans on Christmas day in which Deputy Marshall Mullins and a miner were kill tad the defendant answered not ready In Federal Court at Richmond and the case was continued until the July term HIGHLAND Corn planting Is progressing slowly 0 G Speaks has moved his saw mill home and will do some work for him selfBusiness we believe is somewhat on the increase as we have three millinery stores viz Mesdames C M Young Maud Faulkner and Thomas Williams Miss Martha Meier has returned from Louisville Her many friends aro glad to see her at home again Mrs Arch Bastin went to Somerset to visit her mother Mrs Ping but was called home the next day by the illness of one of her childrenMrs Green Young received a letter from Nebraska last week telling of the death from spinal meningitis of Bessie the only daughter of Mr and Mrs Mil lard Baugh at their home in Kenesaw Much sympathy is felt for the parents in their sad bereavement Thomas Goodpastor and Dave Young of Fayette were here this week visit ing relatives and friends Mrs Marga ret Young has returned from n visit to her children near NIcholasvilte Jim Walls and family of Kingsville spent several days with his mother Mra W 0 Young MATRIMONIAL Wednesday was marriage day at Pine Grove church in the Southern end of Lincoln Arthur Kidd aged 20 and Miss Dora Kidd 16 were made one Ollie Klid 21 and Miss Susie Lynch 17 were joined heart and hand Henry Lynch 20 and Miss Mary Pollard 14 were united in wedlocks holy bonds If these young people heard Rev T W Barkers sermon on early marriage at the Methodist church Sunday morning they failed to heed the rood advice he gave FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A fine blue grnts funu for ao situated on new plki near Point Leavell and ttx miles south of Lancaster 2l0 nerds wull located In Rood neighborhood lining part of the John WRlker tract wltitn band some new twostory savenroom residence thereon with all necessary outbulldlngsand good new barn 40x60 never falling springs and creek running hroughTanga6 oath In hand balance one and two YlftU rrlInliny of tale bearing six per paidPersons place plon e write or see w 0 WAUCKII Stanford Report of the Condition of The National Bank of Hustonville- at Hiutonvllle In tho Htatoof Kentucky lit the close of business Apr 28 1WW KKSOOKCM 1onn and Discount IMx5ti76 Orerdraft8gecured and unsecured 1739 43 U H Bonds to secure circulation 12GOOM Dunking house furniture and fixtures OO 00 Due from National Hunks not reo serve agents 109975 Duo from Htntu hank A Uunlun Duo from approved reserve ngonU 3iBH 84 Checks and other cash Item 14 M rotes of other National minks 74000 Fractional paper currency i nIck ell nnd cents Ile Lawful Money Ileserra In Bank vUl Specie 115819 00 Ugaltondor notes 815 00 15694 CO llcdumptldnfund with UMTreu- stirerbpurcentofcirculntJpn sa9- Y 00 IIWJOI 81- tfo000 LrA1I1LITIIS ipltal Block paid In W urrtiua fund 17UOO DO IndlvIdtHl profits less otlouai1bartknoteoutstnudnag124r6ntl0 Hie to other National liiiuks 1tti 2fl SIC to mate and private bank and bunker 3034 81 iullvldualdrpo UtsulOectcheck 107077 TO tertllled check Notusiind bills redUcounted IIPIk I 51 Stati of Kentucky County of Lincoln es r J Wi ICockerOunhlerof thunbovujminnl i 1milk do solemnly wear that too above tiitumeittlstruetothn best of my knowl and belief J W IlocxeuOnshter- yubscriJdendeworntobefore mo this tat luy of May MM J XV Hosklns N V Jly loinmlsslon expires Feb X lull Correct Attest Edward Alcorn T J iloblnson and Wo OOowanDlrectorpPo L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin Knit Vests And Hosiery See our new line of Ladies Gauze Cotton Vests made of suit flexible goods low neck sleeveless taped neck and arm holes good values at lOc and up to SOc Aleo a new lino of Ladies Summer Union Suits in tine new weave Good values at Goo and upward Ladies Black and Colored Gauze Hose Lisle Hmo high spliced heel and toe garter top special good wearing quality at 25c per pair Also a new line of Ladies Black and Colored Lisle and Genovia Silk House doubl e heel and toe garter splicing an unusual value at 50c per pair I HUGHES MARTIN CO I Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY i 1 Highest Market Prices Paid Ii 2 For all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE J in Lancaster Stanford Hustonville l illi and Brodhead i1 rtt H B NORTHCUTT Stanford C FARMERS 11 Get busy and give your orders for FertilizerIi I have the nicest line of Buggies Surreys Phaetons and Runabouts that I have ever handled Call and look before buying Also McCormack Ma I chines Globo Fertilizer for Tobacco and Corn See tho Krause Pivot Axle Riding Cultivator a- tE T PENCE STANFORD 1 FOR SALE SSliorie power boiler and engine and sawmill for sale Will sell either or both On AS KNBSUX Ottonhelm Ky PostoOlce Way neiburj Ky 1 150 CINCINNATI AND RETURN VIA U1NDAYMAY SPECIAL TRAIN leaving Junction City 600 AM ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS NOTICErthelowestsquare on metal rooting and 4lO per square forred J i J W BTBWAHT Rowland Ky PENCE JR attheIhInKcoltseason money becomes due 19hands nderdBmbrIsarlawMambrlno horse 3rd dam Messenger Pence Jrs 2nd Cans by Jills nreallshowingupbreeder rtlllOnIlblu occur OKO BFOONAMORR A BRO Rowland Dinwiddie s cs Co Hustonville Kyt i Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods i 1 1 t i The Interior Journal z i iiJlN martyr OeloeaisTanlord o 1L NTIMETHBL Nolt Mouth Tile r x l NoS HOUth 1100 A M xs Nol4North40A22 North 627 r x 27 1047 A M ylco PM iNoS RICE Agent r NEWS NOTES Lincoln Neb has gone dry President Taft thinks Congress will Bit adjourn before July 1 4CarlisleD Gray who won fame by making the trip through the Niagara rapids five times died in DetroitThe of the War Departmen have under consideration the adoption of a design for a medal to be issued to b those who served with the army of 4 Cuban pacification Theodora Roosevelt has established a record for lion killing in British East Africa Since Saturday of last week k a total of five lions and one lioness have been bagged by him Former County Clerk Hiram Smed ky was indicted at Paducah in 20 cases charged with uttering false Instruments and obtaining money under false pre tense and by forgery Spencer county Ind voted wet and Clay and Pulaski dry in local op tion elections The counties which voted dry had previously driven out sa loons by remonstrance Mott Ayres founder and editor of the Fulton Leader has sold the news paper plant to Guy Freeman who has been connected with the paper and re tired from the business James Shepard Cabanne was granted a divorce from his wife at St Louis and given custody of his son who was kid raped by Brbughton Brandenburg who married Cabannes wife Walter Wellman formally announced at Washington that he would make an other effort to reach the North polo it a dirigible balloon or an airship late during the coming summer The Missouri Senate passed a resolu tion submitting to the people a Statewide prohibition constitutional amend ment which came to the Senate from the House was amended with a taxrid er which provides for the doubling uf the rate of taxation HUBBLE Thomas Wilder has bought a patent tobacco setter Allen Ross sold his gray horse to Mr Bradley for 30 Bony McKechnle and J T Robert told some fat hogs to Lawson Brown at 6c Most of the sheep have been sheared in this community and the wool sold at 25c to 30c Mrs Lucy Jane Pollard aged 71 died suddenly just after eating a hear ty dinner Monday Uncle Jack Yeakey is on the sick list The l5 months old son of Lee Combs died of pneumonia fever last weekThe wind storm of last week damaged considerably J M Rankins tobacco barn which he hall almost ready for the roof Dr Hickle reports a fine boy at Yant Middletons Miss Lizzie Johnson of Lancaster ia visiting friends in this community The latest news from Miss Mattie Lee Hubble is to the effect that she is doing fairly well Her host of friends will le glad h know that she will soon lie able to return homes Joseph Cox aged 81 suffered a stroke ef paralysis last week and was in bad condition for a few days but is some what Improved Mrs Louella Peacocks talking of going to Nashville to take a position in the telephone exchange The County Meeting The SemiAnnual Meeting of the Christian Churches of Lincoln County will be held with the church at Huston Tile on Saturday May 15th All churches of the county are urged to inad delegates to this meeting Pledges will be taken for the comlning years work so come prepared to make your pledge 1000 A M Devotional Exercises 1015 A M AddressAdvantages of Cooperation Eld W S Willis 1035 A M Address Eld Case Song 1100 A M Report of Evangelist J G Livingston 1115 A M Address Eld D M rdWalker1135 A M Report of Churches NOON RECESS 100 P M Devotional Exercise 110 p M Address Geo D Verco 130 P 11 Address C L Piatt 150 PM Address J Q Montgom rCry PM Address Joseph Ballou P W CARTER chairman The cleverest Imitation of real Cof lee ever yet made is Dr Shoops Health Colfee It Is fine in flavor and is made in just ono minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made from pure parched grains malt nuts tic Sample free Penny s Drug Store EUSTOKVULB Cale Brown has one more fresh Jersey cow than he wants to keep George W Eatea landed a fourpound black bass near Middleburg the other day p FOR SALE Corn peas and German millet seed Cf C Carpenter Huston vllle Ky Late Armstrong who lived m the MUledgeville district dropped dead last week aged about 70 Miss Alice Lyons Is visiting friend in Lexington and expects to spend next week with friends and relatives in Gar rardThe engineers who are at work on the bridge across Green river at Liber ty have about completed their prelim inary work Ur James Wesley has been housed for 10 days with symptoms of blood poison resulting from an injured hand but is much better Twenty of the gymnasium team of Central University gave a most credit able performance at the opera house hero Wednesday evening Leslie M Reid has gone to Louisville on business E C Hopper will arrive homo this week to spend the summer after a winters hard work in Califor niaThe Dinwiddio colt a coming two rearold by Dignity Dare sold last week in Lexington for 130 C C Carpenter sold a big brown colt by Dignity for 250 The cause of education In the State of Casey is slowly but surely gaining- as is shown by the vote taken Saturday for a graded school in Liberty which carrled80 to 12 The happiest man in our city is John Lynn who was presentedon the 27th with a 12l pound boy The mother and child are doing well while the fathers joy Is unconfined Jake Walls one of our best judges- of good poultry and bad eggs and buys from one to three loads a week which he sells here says that it saves him money and many miles driving George Crow and wife of Danville spent Sunday in our city the guests of Miss JuliaStagg Miss Angie Carpen ter has returned from a months so journ with relatives In Kansas McCormackMyers Vaughn shipped to Cincinnati a car of hogs and cattle for which they paid 41c and 3 to 4c respectively Riffs Tucker shipped a car of cattle and hogs at same prices Mrs Dan Traylor is visiting her par ents Mr and Mrs Wm Dunn G L Bradley was called home from Lexing ton on account of a relapse in the con dition of Mrs Fannie Cabbell his mother in law Tho noted brood mare of Josiah Bish op whose colts won blue tiea over the State from Blue Grass to Pennyrile has dropped a colt that looks best of all He has been named Kentucky Dare John B Riffe bought of J W Eads u pair of nice black mules for 365An order from the department requires all rural mail carriers to report to the department the condition of their roads when they can not be traveled comfortably by the carriers The Jum bo road Is in bad shape and work should be done on it at once Four branches cross this road between the pike and lumbo and many car loads of clean travel are near these crossings and can ie put on that portion of road reported lad FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALEGood bnggy mare H G Lutes Stanford Two fresh Jersey cows for sale E T Beazley Stanford May wheat advanced to 129 a new high record price at Chicago Wednes layPrice Suttons tobacco barn in Boyle was demolished by the wind a few nights ago- Several sales of suckling mules at good rides are reproted from Winchester Leo Ballard bought one at 100 and nother at 10750 W E Pinnell sold one for 110 Beau Naboth will make the season of 909 at my barn Bring me your barren mares I have successfully used the impregnator for two years Felix White Stanford Ky The thirtyfifth Kentucky Derby was RespessIDr Barkley third Tenhorses started Time 213J Senator R L Hubbles L M Green did not start Sunol 2081 former queen of the rotting turf died at Newton Square PIl where she was being kept for ireeding purposes Sunol was foaled in 1886 at the Palo Allo California tack farm of Senator Leland Stanford her sire being the famous Electioneer Pains of women head pains or any pam stopped In 20 minutes sure with- Dr Snoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25o Box Sold by Pen jsDrug Store a Dark tobacco brought 9 on the loose leaf floor at Paducah Wednesday It vas the top price of the year a Proventlcs those Candy Cold Cure tabletswill safely and quicklycheck all colds and the Grip Try them once and seal 4825o Sold by Pennyfi Drugstore 6 KIDDLEBURGI Miss May Horton of Frankfort I here for a short visit to hergrandtath er J W McWhorter Stanley McIntosh the tall and efficient cashier of the Waynesburg Bank spent Sunday with the family of Dr J M Honey Sunday will be observed as Mother Day at the Baptist church here A program has been arranged that will be interesting Rev J L Owens will preach a special discourse Miss Llzzi Fogle will make an address and there will be several recitations by the children Everybody invited The Champion Bridge Company of Wilmington Ohio was awarded the contract for building a bridge across the river at Liberty that company bid being 2202 for tho structure complete This Ismuch less than anyon ever thought of getting the work done for and the fiscal court is being highly complimented on thecheapncsa of the structureO died at his home on tho Liberty pike Friday Ho had been In failing health for some two years He leaves a wife and six children who are deserving of sympathy in the loss of a husband and father The funeral sorI QIMontgomery Yosemite Sunday morning when thi remains were brought here and Interred In the Middleburg cemetery Wont Slight A Good Friend IIIf evor I need a cough medlcln again I know what to get declaresIMrs A L Alley of Deals after using ten bottles of Dr s New Discovery and seeing Its excel lent results in my own family and others I am convinced it Is the bestmedl clue made for Coughs Colds and lung trouble Everyone who tries It feels just that way Relief Is foil at one and Its quick cure surprises you For Bronchitis Asthma Hemorrhage Croup LaGrippe Sore Throat pats in chest or lungs It is supremo 50o am 81 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store- CHURCH a MATTERS Rev T W Barker will preach a- Mt Xenia Sunday at 3 r it The meeting at the Christian church at Frankfort conducted by Rev Sellers of Knoxville resulted in 112 con versions Preaching at the Methodist church Saturday at 1030 Quarterly Conference at 1130 Dr Pearce will preach Sun day morning and night Epworth Lea gue service 645 p M Deep Creek Church seven mile Northwest of Perryville was blown down during the storm last week Deep Creek is one of the oldest Baptis churches in the State having been es tabllahed in 1796 In 1896 the lOOtl anniversary of its founding was appro priately celebrated The church will be rebuilt at once Advocate Rev I W Williamsons Letter Rev I W Williamson Hunting ton W Va writes This Is to certify that I used Foleys Kidney item edy for nervous exhaustion and kldnoi trouble and am free to say that it will do all that you claim for It Foloy Kidney Remedy had restored healtl and strength to thousands of weak run down pnpln Contains no hart ful drugs and is pleasant to take New Stanford Drug Co One of our exchanges is of the opin ion that the people who need religion are The man who left his horse standing out in the cold all day without a blanket on the minister who Is look ing for an easier place and a higher salary the man who walks the streets with his hands In his pocket while his wife carries the baby the man who keeps a dog and says ho cant afford to take the home pape- rSmashes All Records As an allround laxative tonic and healthbuilder no other pills can com pare with Dr Kings New Life Pills They tone and regulate stomach liver and kidneys purify the blood strengthen the nerves euro Constipation Dyspepsia Biliousness Jaundice Headache Chills and Malaria Try them 25o at Pennys Drug Store According to the newspapers at Constantinople it has been discovered that Abdul Hamid the deposed Sultan left in the Yildiz palace bank notes to the value of 2250000 and a large quantity of jewelry Papers seized at the pal ace show that Abdul Hamid had some thing over 5000000 on deposit in a foreign bank If you want to feel well look well and bo well take Foleys Kidney Remedy It tones up the kidneys and bladder purifies the blood and restores health and strength Pleasant to take and contains no harmfuldrugs why not commence today New Stanford Drug Co Ed Johnson an aged citizen of Bal lard county ended his life by hanging in a barn The deed was duo to des pondency A tickling or dry cough can be quickly loosened with Dr Shoopu Cough Remedy No opium roform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by PennysDrtg Store nr o c I 1RODHEAD Rumor has it that there will be a wedding in town before long On account of so much rain and coo weather our farmers are getting behind with work Messrs M B Bowling Albert filet and Embry Albright paid Louisville j visit first of week James Griffin who has been circuit clerk of this county for 12 years and was a candidate for reelection has withdrawn from the race leaving it to Hugh Miller and H L Smith lto figh out Rev Pike preached at Freedom Sun day morning and at Sayers school house at night Rev Leight of Louisville preached two fine sermons here Sun day It Is likely that ho will be called as pastor of the Baptist church here MrsJJ Smith of Hiatt who has been sick for some time is worse and her condition thought to be serious Dr E J Brown of Stanford was dance by Dr Gravely to visit her Tuesday Mrs John Cash of the Freedom sccI tion Is very low Her daughter Mrs J M Cummins of this place is also very low Drs Brown of Stanford and Southard of Mt Vernon were call ed by Dr Carter to visit her Wcdne day Miss Mary Owens of M retburg is sick also a little child of Sam Chan dler A little daughter of Henry Las well of Ottawa ia very sick- WAYNESBURG The farmers seem to be bent on hav ing plenty of communication to Way nesburg as they are now building the sixth telephone line Into this place The Official Aldof the Baptist church hero went to the Pleasant Point Baptist church Sunday to help in the ordination of deacons Quite a number from Buck Creek attended the singing hero Sunday- H H Singleton is in McKinney on business S H Gooch of Somerset was here on business Mrs H II Singleton and Mrs Clark Jordan visited friends at Somerset RCurtis and wife attended tho show at Stanford Saturday Laura Johnson has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Fred Gooch at McKinney Dillard Gooch of Somerset is visiting relatives here Cora Singleton visited friends at Mc FISTuesday at J G Warrinera Lived i Years Wm Parr Englands oldest man married the third Limo at 120 worked in the fields till 132 and lived 20 years longer People should bo youthful at 80 James Wright of Spurlocic Ky shows how to remain young I feel just like a 10 year old boy ho writes after taking six bottles of Klectrlc Hitters For 30 years Kidney trouble made life a burden but the first bottle of this wonderful medicine convinced me I had found the greatest cure on earth Theyre a godsend to weak sickly run down or old people Try them fXo at Pennys Drug Store The Kentucky State Journal under the management of and editorial con trol of Mr Walton haa been a fearless and true exponent of Democratic prln ciples and policies and anybody that tackled Its editor has found a foeman worthy of his steel May the evening of Editor Waltona life bo a realization of duty well performed and may ha declining years lead through paths of pleasantness and ways of peace A Card This Is to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your money If Foleys Honeyand Tar falls to cure your cough or cold It stops the cough heals the lungs and prevents pneu monla and consumption Contains no opiates The genuine is In a yellow package New Stanford Drug Co a THROWING down the gauntlet to his Republican colleagues in the Senate Mr Dolliver of Iowa sharply criticised the methods pursued in framing protective tariff bills claiming that the otton and wool schedules were placed entirely too high and asserting that the members of the Finance Committee In fixing rates were guided more by interested manufacturers than by their own better jadgment Dont drug the Stomach or stimu late the Heart or Kidneys That is wrong It is the weak nerves that are crying out for help Vitalize these weak Inside controlling nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative dnd sea how quickly good health will come to you acaln Test it and Heel Sold by Pen nys Drug Store pointtoothe location of the Negro branch of Berea College near ilmpsonvllle in Shelby county Al ready options have been obtained on several farms in that neighborhood at- an estimated cost of over 10000 A WORD TO YOU I In all tho time I been tho tnbncc- obushels4nera0yonrsI hove never offer td nor know any manufacturer to ollur a better Ilnu of tobacco lath Natural Lear Twist for imuklng and chuwlng and Pressed Uhewln Tobacco thnn 1 now offer Orders solicited through your jobber or direct by mall Itotorlptlvo prlQo lilt promptly fur nlsbed on application It H MAHTIN Junction Oily Ky Itemwnbor the old standby brnndu Frlendshl Twist Old lirodliead Old t Kentucky Homo nnd Blue 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good buggy that sells at 113j to 8160 Ao can save you 815 to 25 on each Why We sell direct We can make just ai cheap as the man in New York Chicago or St Louis or anywhere and weIcan save you the profit of hauling drayngo and freight and drummer and the greatest of all is the dealers profit Let us figure with you we have the latest improved machinery wi kayo H wheel drill that drills n wheel In 3 minutes we have II sandpapering ma chine that will do tho work of 12 men our emery and sand machine has no equal Qiir flexible drill machine will drill 2000 holes in buggy shafts and bodies in a day How does this figure in drilling by band Give UH atc- all Wo paint old vehicles and make them look like new J RM ARNOLDDAtYILLa rcr I j c enb