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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t THE INTERIOP JOURNAL n oLXXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY Ii 1909 i i NOw2f 1 Call For Primary Call for Democratic Primary In the 13th Judicial District mado by the Demo cratic District Committee 1 A primary election Is hereby called to be held several voting cincts of Lincoln Boyle Garrard and Mercer counties between 6 A M and 4 p M on Saturday May 15 1000 for the purpose of nominating democratic candidates for the offices of circuit judge and Commonwealths attorney in and the Thirteenth Judicial District of Kentucky to be voted for at the reg ular November election 1909 2 All democrats who are legal voters shall be entitled to vote In said primary election and are requested to do BO c 3 Any person who desires to bo a candidate for the democratic nomina tion for circuit judge or Commonwealths attorney shall not later than 30th 1909 give notice of such in PennyJthe Thirteenth Judicial District and in addition candidates for the nomination for circuit judge shall at the time of nforeeaidcsaidhairman the sumofh60the and candidates for the nomination for Commonwealths attorney shall at the time of said notice depoelt with the chairman 8300 4 Said District Committee shall meet at the office of the secretary in Dan ville Kentucky on Wednesday May G 1909 at 2 r M and if at the expira tion of the time fixed by Section 3 hereof there be not more than one candidate for circuit judge or Commonwealth attorney who has complied with the conditions of Section 3 then the committee will declare to bo the nominee for the office sought that per Ion who Is the only candidate and shall refund to such candidate the entrance fee paid by him less his proportion of the costs already accrued from tiiiBK and preparing for the election The polls shall bo opened in each 1and every precinct of all the counties In the district in the usual and regular voting plaeesI6 Upon the closing of the polls the officers shall proceed to count the bal t lots and to make returns and in so do- ingJ shall be governed by the provisionsi of the general election laws returns shall be made to the chairmen of the respective counties in the dill trict who will the stub booka the certificates and any questioned bal lots to this commutes 7 The officers of election shall be eeilected from lists to bo offered by candidates in accordance with the pro visions of the primary election law by I the district committee J 8 Each candidate shall bo entitled to designate by written notice to the i chairman of each county committee In the district not less than five clays before May 15 name of one person for each voting precinct In county to act as challenger and inspec tor for said candidate at said primary I election 9 On the next day after the returns shall have been made the committee shall meet and canvass the vote cast and issue certificates of nomination 10 The chairman of the district is di rested to emplo a person to copy from t the tT ular registration made in Danville and llarrodsburg In 1903 the names of all democrats and the person so employed shall return the copies certified as required by law to chairman cause them to be duly delivered to the officers of election The chairman Is further directed to cause to be printed and prepared for requisite r s III Idn4of ballots bear the facsimile of his signature nnd he will the election supplies nnd cause them together with the to be delivered to the officers of elec tion os required by law copieshereofretary of tho committee to JlOjjt at the court house door in Stanford I Lancaster Danville and lIarrod burR and In 20 other conspicuous places In each county in tho district for not less than 40 days prior to Mav 15 1909 and Raid notice shall bo published in each democratic newspaper In district G L PENNY Chmn ClIENAULT HUGUKLY Secy If you desire a clearcomplojclontaKe Folcjs Orlno Laxative for con lpa tion and liver troublo as it will atlmuI late these organs and thorougly c cleanse your system which Is what everyone needs in the Spring In order to feel well New Stanford Drug Co 4 Senator William 0 Bradley In a statement given out declares himself in favor of the nomination of George WutasingcrSmith for mayor of Louis ville Judge William L Penfield formerly- Solicitor of the State Department an an authority on international law died at Washington FOR SALE I J3hors6 power toiler and and saw mill for 1 lei eiIcuaerVrbotp0- 4iAa KXBSMN Ottenhelm Ky Iostofllce Wnynesburg Ky NOTICE Am red to doroof painting at the lowest paMlblorrlCII lllitck paint see per and per CCJUHM on rubber nnd paper and We per square for red paint on metal- J W aTl WAnT Rowland Ky B D CARTERs NewLlv r Depot Street PhSUS 5h NFOBD KENTUCKY rr To Whom It May Concern As there are so many falso reports circulated about Judge J S Owsley Jr wo temperance Democrats inde pendent of the Anti Seloon League send out this circular letter to correct them and give facts We copy a letter from the Pastor of the Presbyterian church Stanford Ky April 27 1909 Rev T W Barker Stanford Ky Dear Brother lJarkerln answer to I your Inquiry in regard to Judge Sam Owsluy I am glad to state that he united with my church the first of last January and has since that time lived a consistent Christian life- Fraternally Yours- J L YANDELL Pastor of Presbyterian Church We also copy Judge J S Owslcys letter to the AntiSaloon League Stanford Ky April 3 1909 To the members of The AntiSaloon League of Lincoln County Dear Sirs Your letter of April 2 1909 enclosing copies of the proposed County Unit Dilland Anti Blind Tiger Dill requesting me to answer you as soon as possible stating wheth er or not I am in favor of these bills becoming laws has just been received In reply will state I am In favor of both bills becoming laws and In favor of all other legislation necessary to enforce local option I havo never failed to vote for local option whenever that question has been submitted to a vote of tho people Yours very truly J S OWSLEY JR You see Mr Owsley takes a positive stand on the right side He has always been in favor of Local OptionIAll that has been said about him be drunk since ho joined the church s false We have investigated every charge we have heard of and find them all false It Is not a question of what Mr Owiley has been what is he now We are standing by him because we faith in him and believe that heI i sincere Wo appeal to all Temper ance Democrats Ue careful do not make a mistake If Mr Owsley is nominated it means a victory for Tem perance Democrats If ho bo defeated It means a victory for the liquor partyI MANY TFMPEIIANCE DEMOCRATS of Lincoln County are bearing tho Ex pease of this publication without the knowledge of lion John Sam Owsley If you want to verify this statement writo to any minister of the Stanford Churches Danville Advocate u CHURCH MATTERS Eld J G Livingston will preach at Morcland next Friday night 14th Dr C S Gardner hUll tendered his resignation as pastor of tho Glenns Creek Baptist church in Woodford Rev J V Logan was installed as pastor of the Presbyterian church at Somerset Sunday Dr Harvey Glass preaci d the installation sermon Delegates representing 6000000 Rap tists lire beginning to pour into Louis villu to attend the Southern Baptist Convention which begins today Smashes All Records As an allround laxative tonic and hoalthbulldur no other pine can com pare with Dr ICIngs Now Life Pills They tone and regulate stomach liver nnd klilneys purify the blood strong then the nerves euro Constipation Dyspepsia Biliousness Jaundice headache Chills and Malaria Try them 25o at Pennys Drug Store President TAftillifthre Federtil Judgeship contests bv sending to the Senate tho nominations of William I Grubb as judge of tho Southern district of Alabama George Donworth for the Western district of Washington and Charles A Willard as district judge in Minnesota If you want to feel well look well dnd bo well take Foloys Kidney Remedy It tones up the kidneys and bladder purlQos tho blood and re stores health and strength Pleasant harmtuldrugsd Stanford Drug Co Tho maiden with the parasol Will soon be flying by And the man she meets Upon the streets Had bettor mind his oyeIA tickling or dry quickly loosened with Dr Snoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store Dont drug toStomach or stimu late tho Heart or Kidneys That is wrong It is the weak nerves that are crying out for help Vitalize then weak Inside controlling nerves with Dr Snoops Restorative and see how quickly good health will come to you again Test it and seel Sold by IFen nya Drugstore e NEWS NOTES Tho wets carried Posey county Ind Fulton county 1d went dry by 1027 John A Middleton a prominent citi zen of Shelby is dead Fred Tural Jr son of the famous jockey is studying law Bradford Shinkle a prominent banker and business man of Covington Is dead At Fulton Matt Bynum shot to death his brotherdn law William Wesley Both were drinking After being out about 15 minutes the jury in the kidnaping case against Jas Boyle at Mercer Pa returned a ver dict of guilty In a rear end collision between street cars at Maysvllle several passengers were badly bruised and a child was so riously injured Cato Ford aged 63 was run over and killed by a train at New Haven His brother J M Ford died of dropsy a few hours later A party of nine composed of six men one woman and two children were drowned in the Susquehanna River near Wilkesbarre Pa August Moos a wealthy retired silk merchant of Chicago committed sui tide by hanging himself from a bed post Ill health Is given as the cause James K Hackett the actor filed a petition in bankruptcy In New York Ho named 140 creditors and gave his liabilities at 120457 and his assets at lilFred Warren nf the Appeal to flea son a Socialist newspaper was convicted at Fort Scott Kan of sending scurrilous and defamatory matter thro the malls Under the operation of an act of tho recent Legislature Nashville Tenn finds its Police Court robbed of nearly nil Its authority and the city deprived of a big revenue- J Robert Jones a prominent insur ante man was killed und A D McDonald a shipping clerk was fatally wounded at Huntsville Ala by W L Helsoy a business man Charles W Morse at ono time worth 30000000 testified that ho had nothing left of his great fortune Morse now serving a prison term for vio lotion of tho national banking laws In the criminal court In Pittsburg prison sentences ranging from ono to two years were passed on seven persons convicted within the last few weeks in tho municipal graft cases President W G Frost of Berea Col lege announces that tho location of the Industrial school for Negroes will be es tablished near S iclbyville nnd tho erec tion of buildings will bo begun in a short time Willis A White a member of the jury which convicted Chester S Jordan of murder was sent to the Worchester Mass Insane Hospital It is believed that White broke down under tho strain of the trial Unless the stream of convicts which la now flowing into the penitentiary ceases or Is checked it will bo necessary for the next Legislature to make an ap propriation for an additional tollhouse in the prison Mrs Della Stronger charged with having attempted to obtain by threats contained in a letter 20000 from Pres ident Read of the First National Bank of Washington Ind has been anjudg ed of unsound mind Louis W Foitcr and five other de fendnnts who wero charged with using the malls to defraud in the running of a socalled bucketahop were ad judged guilty in the United States Dis trict Court at Cincinnati Wont Slight A Good Friend IIIf over I need a cough medicine again I know what to get declares Mrs A L Alter of Deals Mo for after using ten bottles of Dr Kings Now Discovery and seeing its excel lent results in my own family and oth ers I am convinced it lathe beetmedi cine made for Coughs Colds and trouble Every one who tries It teal just that way Relief Is felt at once and its quick euro surprises you POI Bronchitis Asthma Hemorrhage Croup LaGrlppe Sore Throat pain In chest or lungs It Is supremo 5floan 81 Trial bottle free Guaranteed b Pennys Drug Store Tho Sunday school teacher gave littl Florence the verse 0 Lord increas my faith The next Sabbath when called upon to recite it she arose and solemnly said 0 Lord grease my fatal Kills To Stop The Fiend The worst toe tar 12 years of John Deye of Gladwln Mich was a run ning ulcer Ho paid doctors ova Duckolens Arnica Salvo killed the ulcer amI cured him Cures FevcrSona Bolla Felons Eczema Salt Rheum Intel lisle for files Burns Scalds Cuts Corns 23o at Pennys DrugStore I i BUSTONVILLE Mr Geo L Bradley is with tho en ginecring department of tho City Ice Co of Lexington Judge Saufley will be tendered an ovation upon his arrival here to speak Wednesday evening McCormack Myers and Vaughn shipped a car of hogs to Cincinnati Satur day they bought at 4Jc to 5c Mies Dollio Wolfords who will grad uato at Midway Female College on the 28th stands near the head of her class There evidence of an epidemic here of that tired feeling thats why so many would rather gon fishing this weekJoe Cochran and wife of Danville wero guests of J W iowell and wife last week Mr Cochran is n veteran commercial traveler of tho 70s and 80s Hustonvllle Graded School base ball team played Junction City Saturday winning the game 14 to 5 Hustonville 3rd team played Moreland Friday win it 33 to 3 J Roy B Rose and wife of Etowah Tenn are attending the bedside of Mrs J H Reid who is seriously ill A B C Dinwidde arrived home Sunday from a few days sojourn in Louisville Johnnie Portman son of Duff Port man of Liberty was painfully hurt by a fall from his buggy at Moreland Thursday Mr Charles Wheeler was among tho shriners from hero who at tended the meeting at Lexington Fri day where 25 crossed the hot sands of SaharaProf McIntyre principal of our graded school having been released of a correction handicap placed over him by the Board of Education some time past became convinced last Friday that a change was necessary to convince some students Long and Earnest pleas having failed he got busy and several found it out Wm Gilliland the veteran mall carrier between Milledgevillo and More land for many years died at the latter place on Friday evening and was hur led in Hustonville cemetery Sunday Ho was 70 years of age and never pro fessed religion but was honest and up right in his dealings Ho was confined to his bed for four weeks and given close attention but consumption won its victimWallace Wolf and wife nnd Miss Katherine Hall are taking a 10 days vacation visiting friends and relatives before returning to Indianapolis Wal lace Hall and wife of Freeport III arrived Sunday for a vacation with relatives Wallace holds a good posit tion with the Illinois Central at Free port Mrs V B Kelley and daugh ter Miss Annette of Monticello are guests of Mr J W Eads and family Following is the program rendered by tho Hustonville Literary and Musical Club Recitation Miss Blanche Bar nette Book review Minor Girdler Rec station Mary Peavyhouso Humor Miss Rose Sandidge Debate resolved that the school is a greater factor for good than the church affirmative King Carpenter Miss Lora Bohon negative Ray Cartenter Mable McClure No decision Tho Club Quartette Orestes Floyd Jame Hall Paul Wills and John Buck rendered in good voice some good selections Lived 152 Years Win Parr Englands oldest man married tho third time at 120 worked in tho fields till 132 and lived 20 years longer People should bo youthful at 60 James Wright of SpurlocK Ky shows how to remain young I feel just like a 16yearold boy ho writes after taking six bottles of Electric Bitters For 30 years Kidney trouble made life a burden but the first bottle of this wonderful medicine convinced me I lied found tho greatest curs on oarthr Theyre n godsend to weak sickly run down or old people Try them COo at Pennys Drug Store Tho old axiom There Is no sweet without Its bitter will be grievously illustrated if Col W P Walton hav Journalsdoes not remain in the journalistic field of which he is conspicuously n shining light In tact his failure to do so would resolve itself Into a universal loss to the State and to his partyan andYas possesses line of labor should not be withdrawn in the zenith of its power but continue to radiate light and aid and cheer to his fellowmen Somerset Journal eq A Card This Is to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your money If Foleya Honey and Tar falls to cure your cough or cold It stops the cough heals tho lungs and prevents pneu- r moats and consumption Contains no opiates Tho genuine Is in a yellow package New Stanford Drug Co Missouri has just passed a law mak brig pistol totin a penitentiary of tense Tea eHee has a similar law f I H OXFORDS+++ t++++++++++ tt + + FH- I Green White Tan Ox 1 e fBlood and Black IN ALL THE STYLES FOR 1909 for 3- 1tMen women and Children w Cummins 6 Wearer+ s STANFORD KENTUCKYt I TO1VICARROLL PREHired by Preston Vii by Washington by Cromwell 73 by Washington Uonumrk Ill 1st dam nub Pence sired by Enoch Ar dODo iml Uftiii Jjuly Pence by Alrnont For rest YHl oaf lain by Unrrard Oilier Carroll Preston iKautiruldnpplobnycom billed million Itol full tailed May a link weighing pounds full made from end to end lie It matte n fault and Is ono of the Iluost ttlI gaited saditlo Ktalllona that Kentucky haierur produced Ho has no weak points and tutble to KO In nay coup puny This colt U worth coming miles to MO nnd ls subject to Inspection at nay time Ills sire wits the champion show horso fore tre unit his taut lluhy 1ance was the un bellUm show more for years In Kentucky We claisthlscoltnftoneof Kentuckys best stallionsWill him serve n few approved mares at l2Jto Insure n living coltIMutes at JIM per month but nbt responsible should accident occur W OWAtiKRIl Stanror4Ky f f SrcJP y I 1 l t t l3EJE1f3OE343 4 f t Did you over stop and figuro how much cheaper we can sell a better Bug ICt 1 gy shad thcsocullcd good buggy that sells at 8135 to 8150 Wo can save t yell 815 to 825 on each Why Y Wo sell direct We can make just as 1fJ 1 cheap ns tho man in New York Chicago or St Louis or arty where and we jo cnn pnve you the profit of hauling drayage and freight nnd drummer and tithe greatest of all is tho dealers profit ti Let us figure with you we have tho latest improved machinery we have nIi 1 wheel drill that drills u wheel in 3 minutes wo have a sandpapering ma J I iJ chiuo that will do the work of 12 men j our emery aud sand belt machine hasfr no equal Our flexible drill machiue will drill 2000 holes in buggy shafts and bodies in a tiny How does this figure in drilling by hand Give us a call We paint old vehicles and make them look like new At ARNOLDDANVILLE KY 5swissn The Interior Journals Eo c WALTON CHARLES A HARDIN- of Mercer count is n candidate for Con monwealths Attorney of this the ISth J tiedicial district subject to the action of t democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR It n candidate for circuit Judge of tbllltho13th dltrletlubJect to tile Democratic party M C 8AUFLEY Is n candidate for circuit Judge of this tbe- 13tb Judicial dlitrlct subject to the action P of the Democratic par- tyDemocratic Ticket For State senator i R L HUBBLE of Lincoln county For Itcprescntatlvo W H SHANKS e For County Judge JAMES P BAILEY 4ForCounty Attorney WSBURCH For Circuit Clerk J D SWOPE For Sheriff W L MCCARTY- For County Court Clerk GEORGE B COOPER For Jailer DINK FARMER For Assessor IOHN Co PEPPLES For Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON ForlCoroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford District- JAMESMcKECHNIE For Con tablestanford District- I M BRUCE For MaglitrateOrab Orchard Distric- tJWARD MOORE For Magistrate Hustonvllle District Y K HELM SR For MngtstrafelWayncsburg District JOHNIM CAMDEM For Constable Wnynosburg District JOHN GIBAUGH L HONEYMOONS in balloons up around the little stars sailing around the moon are no longer novelties but a birth on 1 an airship is something out of the ordi nary A Spanish aeronaut sailing from Barcalona could not resist his wifes importunities to let her go along The couple wan overtaken by a storm and the excitement resulted in his wife give ing birth prematurely to a boy There is an old saying that there is nothing new under the sun This item howev er appears to show that there is an ext ception to that as well as to most rules WITH all the talk about peace Congresses and arbitration the preparation for war goes on apace and seeming to defer the happy time when swords are to be beaten into plowshares and na tions know of wars no more Last year nine nations launched war ships that cost 125000000 ours being no mean t second to any of them This vast sum- S has to be raised by taxes wrung from I the pockets of the people who oUfciit to rise in their might and refuse to be bled any moro for such useless expend ii itures SEVEN grafters got theirs at PitU burg last week a bank president a boo ltelkeeper three councilmen and others sentences ran from 18 months to two years fcascata elsewhere should make a note of this and take warning fTUEgovernor of Pennsylvania has lt vetoed tho bill to allow the judge tl i alternative of sentencing first degree murderers to death or life imprison ment He is right Death alone should follow proven and malicious murder R r THE Nicholasville Tribune G W lr Boner and J L Sowers editors is the newest entry into the journalistic field politicstJt t t T M GILMORE president of the Na y a tional Model License League asserts 2thatthe Christian faith is being sacri I ficed for the benefit of the prohibition 4 movement Dont that jar you 7 f FIVE Negroes have been electrocuted L V and two more are likely to be for the J ff murder of a white woman in Virginia That is one way to reduce the fungus fi AA growth population J f onJsure of being handed one if such in reuse are permitted to stand 7 boyskidnapers7 J make that horrible species of crime con r 1 eiderably more odious t EVERY brings news that our ter rible Teddy has killed some more lions Wonder what he is going to do with so many dead ones 7 f r r TilE ex Sultan of Turkey has over r 7 GOO 000 to the good but what is that J if Itch to be divided out in dowry to hisf r Yrt09Owives 1 iIJ 4 WILLIAM THE SMILING is the name given President Taft by tho Ken k tacky State Journal and a very good 1HJ sae it is 1 POLITICAL Joseph G Cannon Speaker of th Sillies of Representatives reached hi8 73rd birthday Friday Republicans and sore head demo crats of Livingston county fused an nominated a county ticket The Senate by a vote of 63 to 19 adopted the amendment fixing a rate of Ii cents a pound on the lead in lead ore The joint resolution for the disfran chisement of Negro voters in Florida was defeated the Houso The resolution passed the SenateICongressman Nicholas Longworth o Ohio denies that he has been effete- the position of ambassador to Germany by President Taft Dr William Taylor was shot and kill ed at West Point Ga by his stepson M H peck Family troubles are reported k have been the cause of th shooting j In an editorial in the Outlook President Roosevelt discusses the Japj ancao situation lie says that while the United States should watt to see i Japan can prevent emigration to this country the United States should in crease tho size of its navy in order to be in position to enforce any demands it might hereafter make After a hearing lasting three days involving the disputed nomination for Commonwealths attorney in the 10th Judicial district composed of the counl tics of Nelson Barren Larue Bullitt and Hart the District Democratic Committee I awarded the certificate of nomi nation to Judge F E Daugherty of Nelson county by a vote of 3 to 1 The primary was held last December and J Lewis Williamns of Barren county had a plurality of 229 votes on the face of the returns Judge Daugherty who finished second promptly instituted a contest alleging that J Lewis VIIJ Hams was disqualified on the ground that he used money and whisky to in fluence the result in violation of the regulations prescribed fcr the primary MATRIMONIAL Chester Tyree and Miss Stella Ever sole popular young people of London were married Friday W D Lowry of Nicholasville and Mrs Nannie Woodcock of Danville were married in Lexington last week The marriage of Miss Bessie Elkin to Mr Richard Menefee Newland of Stanford took place Wednesday eve ning at 8 oclock at the Christian church Miss Elkin entered the church with her father and was met at the chancel by Mr Newland and his best man Mr Thomas D Newland of Dan ville Little Misses Virginia Cowherd and Ellen Franklin were flower girlsI Masters Parker Cheatham and JohnI Williams acted as pages Miss Letty Webb was a most charming maid Messrs Thomas and Walter Elkin were ushers During the ceremony Mrs Frank C Cowherd sang Call Me Thine Own Mrs Kennett also rendered a beautiful musical program Shortly after the ceremony Mr and Mrs New land left for an extended Southern trip Louisville Times The groom is the eldest son of Mr and Mrs Thomas D Newland of this place and is a clever gentleman and a prominent insurance man His bride is well known and greatly admired here After their brio dal tour Mr and Mrs Newland will return to Stanford and go to housekeep ing In the PenninRton home on East Main Street A hearty welcome awaits the popular couple StateTUB Dentists In are show- Ing more than the usual amount of interest in the coming annual meeting of the Kentucky State Dental Association to be held at Crab Orchard Springs May 17 18 and 19 Arrangements are I i being made to make this meeting the largest and best in the history of the Association Dentistry unlike many other professions has made suchrapid strides in recent years that the numerous text books on its different branches only a few years old are almost 6 worthless making it almost obligatory for the progressive dentist to attend these meetings or be conceded a back number A feature of this meeting will be the part taken in the program by the local societies that have been re cently organized throughout the State Each society has elected an essayist and a number of clinicians which will make this a unique and interesting meeting Several of the local societies of the State will attend in a body Judge M C SauSpeak At Crab Orchard Tuesday May 11 130 P MMcKinney Tuesday May 11 730 P H Hustonville Wednesday May 12 730 P MWayncsburg Thursday May 13130t P M Kingsville Thursday May 13 730 p M Moreland Friday May 14 730 p M lion J S Owsley is invited to be present and will be accorded an equal division of time The cleverest otatinofreal Cof fee ever yet made in Dr Snoops Health Coffee It in One In avor and Is made in just one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Pennys Drugstore 1A WORD TO YOU 1 eIn nil the time I hobeen In the tobacco business over 00 years I have never otter ed nor knew any manufacturer to otter a better line or tooocco both Natural Lent Twist for smoking and chewing and Pressed Ordersdmall Descriptive price list promptly rut nished on application n B MARTIN Junction City Ky Ilemombor the old standby brnndst Friendship Twist Old Itrodheod Old end lllue Grass itnutor NEW MILLINERY IN STANFORD Wofchitdhats for the molt fastidious ladles gave bylookinggiving ndvnncvd styles and colors Have Instructed the work In Kentucky Ohio runnsylvnnlu West from wire In the roll to oven the tows on the hat Gunr Hates satisfaction or no charge Wo nro UIJUR8 OEO W OKNTflY Red Squirrel Will nmVe the scnion of 1900 nt our stable andfHe high and anaturalsaddieandhnrneshone Ho IIHS plentyodtylennil action sired by Ohe ter tfciulrrel bo Chester Dnro No in N H II It he by Black squirrel M hn by Hlnck byWRlhlngtonOrareehebyOldIHtonowatl 1ledgelonltnddamA Hen retained on nil coltnuntll thetensoii money Is paid Core taken to provtmt acci occurIparted with WM FIELDS5 SON Beau Naboth 45006- By Naboth 10116 byNorvalIs J Metropolitan lilTi by Hamhleton lan 10 3rd dam Josephine by Mnmhrluo diaryWittierby Wagner thdam by Tranby 7th dam byThornton Hauler boyltandlngJS8 quailI nt f16 to Insure n living colt Mares from distance grazed atOOoaweek Money due when mure Is traded or parted with or bred elsewhere The best personal care taken though ne responsibility for ac encapesWhen impregnator will be used J M Ky GALTON 12910 Season of 1009 Hire of Calvin C 1D1j At Hums and six others with trials from s 3o to lath those are the only ones that were ever band led fortpwd Also the sire of one dam with one In the SUM list kesil the sire ofnJInthe5atlist16in 210 and better claimed to be tho greatest sire in the world let data Daisy Field grand dRill of S with records of from 117 to rIJIIIU by meld 52t son of Hamblctonlan lo Heeley AmerIcan Htar Entletd Z J hoi Gin Yao bis daughters have M In I iOO or totter Snd chef Quickstep by Ken Lucky Prince Jr sire ofJQ r11 Imonade ItHi and darns of l5 lathe Sian list LInitonfnnlllesalambletonlan W11kesManbrino- Chief and Neeley Amn can Hto- rInltqneolte Imvegone against nnd de touted the best In bnrness classes mid road ster rings they are In great dpiunmt selling yearlingsfromstable 2 miles West of Huatonvllle on llrad fordsvllle pike ut 115 to Insure a living colt Money due If mare Is traded utter being bred Plenty of grass at SUOrwr month saved expressly for mares no other stock mixed with mares have grass lots und large stables for mart to foal Grain lath Rt cotPhone In resldencenustonvllleKxcbange WM DOUR- IIuslonvllle Ky Y J K BAUGHMAN BUck jack with white Pain 16 12 hind bodyPEDIGREESired s Na polen 1st dam by j K Btughmaa Sr he hyImported I5lacksMORGAN DENMARK Bay subtle tullion 16 Land good style and stilesPEDIGREESited by Old On Time la dam Lady Morgan by Stonewall Jackson 3rd dam by Matchless nth dam by Trentby Has proven a breeder of high walking Willllilldal 8Abo a splendid mule jackal 7wThe above seasons are due edmare or jennett traded or parted withaMares and iennetU grazedat 250 per month Personal attention given at all times Impregnator Wed when necestarr Care taken d to prevent accidents but not raponiible should any occur Above mentioned stock owned and stood by R G PETTUS Stanford R F D No4 mile Crab Orchard8c Lancets pike Rae deuce Phoac Lncalcr 78F I DON VARRICEC bwillStanford Ky ley plnco at 15tolnwreallvinkcoltsVnrrlok short back heavy bone In feet the highest ttype of the trotter Ito is by the areas Ott ward Hllvor that won the6nTransylvanlaln a seven heat race In loot and the same your won the IIOJOOO Ilonner Memorial and the M A M In broken heats and sold for Rl coo and later told for W0IIio non Vat rick Is h id exactly like Spanish Queen that won tho 13000 Tronsylvanfnln191 making a record of YO7 and was classed a one of the four being one of the greatest money winners on the grand year On ward Hllver Is by Onward one or the great est nail best sons of George Wilke On ward edam wns the dam of Director the slro of that great ra 01 of trotters nndpa P tlyVllkeBoyWOK SM5W to Madeline WInchtert 0 OdamotTholVnsthe dam of Hubber Y o Wlnchpster ulwji llllly Wilton tII and bliss It2fI Connerthatton truck nt III months In I Wt and sold to N W HublhRer of New Haven Uonn for Ino that oltrottedehalhnlleonthesswe track at 19 T months In 111 and sold for Jfti speedonntions Dread to this fellow and you cant I miss the three things every breeder looks belorlbooklnwhen mares are parted with or bred to perdayh sponsible for accidents qVltStanford Ky A I L J As Pretty As A Picture t 1 1 1 We often say and this is a case where the young man can look rl- 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 hadtH J McROBERTS Stanford Kyu SEASON OF 1909 We will stand at my farm near Preach the wellknown Hllas Anderson ack which hen perhnpii gotten as many tlW colUes any lock In the county at tt to In IplndhllertvlnOlltalllolllted IU dbol y Its IVnvIm at 110 to Insure n living colt He will to permitted to serve only a limited number of mares W1 UKIHEH lrrnchers- vllieSAMPSON whereIMoinene pike aelUloinsure B living colt This young lacks colt won more in jremlumsln ICOTitnd lUMthnn any jack tti the county ills two nra l colts have never ytarIInKI were shown nt all local rain years and at Islington and Kentucky State Fair In IWB HttWi han lot VIlillrfi Bt KC- Htucky State hair and nt eviTAl local fuln Homo of his IWJllsrl nnd IkN colts are on uiy tams to snow for thvmselveJHllAfOHMAN Phone 40 Stanford Ky Black Joe oldtoPreston Wi lKentuckysgroateeteuddleetal lion he by Vnlhlllgloll III Joe1 lit dam Lucile Lyaieswtngsr IkJnnlltrk td dam Rattle Robinson by linbinwns Vermont lIambletonlahl he ii n vary tine InGlyldual with on white foot i stands 15 i hands eIght 1JOUO pounds 3 year oldlnllollldlilershowy In harness fioo hint beforo you book your mare Reason due if mare Is traded or parted with All cure will be taken to avoid Bcd ents but not should any occur J UKADHAHONH Htanford Ky GOLD BOND peedy son of the Wllkes family Foaled SlKEslIlPd Bond iced Wilkes Old George Wilkes HyldlckaUmbletolllllll DAMM iambotta wllkes the greatest liv ing sire of trotters 2nd dam sold for more money than any inns ever brought to Iloyle county Brd lIam rib Kl snore St Imoro produced Idol and two othur better than I Ii In the old rood mnre list This colt Is a hamUome dark bay 15- 5hnndsaJ great substance and style Use how 1 without any truck handling IlevtbeadedeasilyUnhdledshouldr- ansmit greet form style and speed to his salts which should sell readily at fancy myfarmford on the short at 110 to Insure a llv Inf colt Will be halidlrd for speed alter wnennAOT rVMiTII n F D No Hox tl HTXuroKD KY Ihono 1IHA Danville REVERSA 47162 15Jbands fouled In 1WK bred by 0 A O UVU1hUsns111uKy Trotted a mile In ttO With three weeks handling Hired by Qambetta WillEt fl16O JMtU list HI In thisYYOlis- tYtllntheidl0lilt Orand Ire or SID trottllI and pacers with records of JiW or better ne of great grand ions Is credited with performxrsvand his descendants In 2tSO list nil told are now about BW In number PInk Startle by Mnmbrlno Startle 180bdroofltlanddams Oflncludlnu Oul notte 26 Foxy Ourd 207 Uhcsley 2lu and other lull dalll Martha by Wilkes 4630 sire 7 nnd dams of Hassle lyinch 2rfW4 John 20 Ollng iCllH nnd W others 8rd Kllza b tulip Iluckden Ileverst will muko the present season nt thustublo of James McKechnlo near Hubble I lit 110 to Ins uren Una colt I LEAD RAt the 111010 trOll nlltl place I will stand the 18hund formerly owned by- lIf bllloklackn nne individual and is colts speak louder then words of his ualities xrt breeder This will be lilt third for mum mull IT for horse mule IJ K McKEOHNlE Hnbbhi Ky Prescription Pointers I tobeGood clalmbut we cant all be but This store claims ability capability facility and a complete stock of drugs We have the goods the equipment the ex perience PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky els s I Are You Going To Build While wo are hero to build the Lincoln county court homo and ehouhlI ss t tho building fever strike you why not have a little talk itbU8 Wo are e n n better position to build you n llicoeBrick Dwelling or A Neat Business House beying able to buy all materials cheaper l thereiero are ill position to put a building up fora considerable lower price Nothing too large or too q ry small and the distance will not stop us from figuring with you matters not Wolurnleb e free of charger FRITZ KRUEGER F H MILLER I I OUR LAWN FENCE is n lees oxpensivo and better fence than wood More ornamental dura bio and n time saver as you need no saw repair hammer and nails to keep it i1ICall nt our store see tho beautifulrfabric and gates and let us show you the low prices on a good fcnco job r ttah GEORGEH FARRIS StanfordI II r- tt n 0 White Linene Suiting lOc Stripe and Plaid Drew Ginghams 7ct F il Dotted Curtain Swireca 10e- Btripo f r is t J4 and Plaid 1YhitoLawn lOc IiSide Band Lawns lOc rAll Calicoes Cc- 40inch Brown Sheeting 8Jc School Umbrellas 30c GoO 1 Matting lie Whito Curtain Poles lOc Linen Window Shades 20c i Lace Curtains A Co to 850Icr pair Swiss Curtain 81 to 82 per pair 40inch India Linen lOo yard r J The interior Journal i STANFORD Ky MAY 11 190- f f ICE CKBAH soda water at Pennys Drug Store Fun line or Reels Poles Lines and all other Fishing uckle at Pennys Drug Store r PERSONALS Miss DORCAS LEWIS is with Danville relativee 1 UIM SUMB HILTON U with Bredhwd relatives JAMES R NEWLAND went to liar rofrfcurg Friday dAM D lIt GOYEN Is with the home folks In Lexington Mis JENNIE WARREN vl Ited rela tlve at Lancaster MR M A JOHNSON and wire spent SuaAay In Lancaster 1 Mas P W WHIT U visiting the hwMfolki at Liberty i I I V GOV McCREARV FRITH of Brodhcad U with Lester OBannon MARY UIGOINS visited tho tam ily James Denton in Somerset RAYMOND CASH of Mlddlebunr is 1 clerking for Lutes Dros at Turners villeMIRB OPHELIA LACKEY of Crab Orch I ard was tho guest of Miss Mary Bruce MR J H Darn and wife of Burgh visited tho family of Mr J L Totten Sunday MR SIIELTON M SAUFLEY of Frank fort spent Sunday with his wife and eon hero IRVLSE and Mil Elizabeth Fox of Danville are with Master Henry BauKhman DEAN SPENCER of the Madison Female Institute was tho guest of Mrs OG Perry Mn J J SIEVER and wife left yea tereay for a visit to his old home at I JL Dome Switzerland ALEC A SnARl of Stanford spent yF Sunday with his parents near Salylsa llarrodsburir Herald Miss MAKIE SALLKE of Harrodibunr II tho guest of Mesdames L B Cook and John IL Shanks LITTLE Miss MARY SHELBY LAW JO WILL of Danville is with her aunt I Mrs P M McUobcrts I DR D E PKOCTOR and wife of Anchorage are spending a few dy with novo and Mrs Ed Hubbard WE are glad to state that Mr J Novln Carter who was kicked by a I mule and bully hurt Is Improving ROBERT HARDING WATERS arrived from St Louis Saturday to see his afa ter Miss Kato Waters who continues I 1 ill MB GEORGE FUNK VAUGHAN of Richmond Va is hero on a brief visit lly to his relatives E C Walton and tam EDITOR SAUKLEY HUGHES and wife of Lancaster were here Friday but could not be persuaded to go tq the cir- cusi MRS M E PRUITT and little daugh ter Elizabeth Pruitt of Burnside I i are with the family of Mr B D Chan- cellort Mlle GEORGIA LEWIS of Crab Orch ard has accepted for next year a position as teacher In a big school at Wil Hamsburgi F MASTER MOROAN SMITH BAUGHMAN celebrated his seventh birthday Satur 1 I day A large number ot the little folks i helpedlfalm celebrate the event and all bad a good time J BEKHBR ADAMS of the real estate firm of DOOR Adams of Danyllle was hereyeeterday advertising tho big lot sale they will hold In West Danville I ThursdayMay 20 MR W B HILL and family have r moved from Hustonville to their hand Danville Avenue Oursome home on people are glad to have them become citizens of tho best town on the map MRS A ADAMS and daughter Miss j Jane Adams of Crab Orchard return cd home yesterday after a visit of aI few days to Mrs John Haldeman at her apartment in tho WolflslngerGaul I f bert CourlerJ ournal Miss KATHERINE WARREN formerly i with this oflico but who recently re to her homo at Stanford t l Mexico has now gone to jturned Ohio to take a position on the I The Review editor will find assistant in Mt s Kate as r she U good buny department of tho office Somerset Republican if liON J S QWSLEY Su is over from Noon came all tho way 5OEDITORS M D AND SAUFLEY HUGHES of Lancaster attended court hero yesterday MR R W KEENON and wife of Uarrodsburg wore guests of her mother and sister hero MR E B HAYDEN and wife of Kan sas City sail today for Rome Italy for a tour of Europe They will bo gone tour months MR J W HALL who was with the Atlantic fleet in its tour of tbo world Is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs MRS J E LYNN will return to da from Louisville where underwent a di flcult and dangerous whir was performed by Dr McMurtry MRS RB HENDREN and children of Klrk vtaitlnjr the family olhedatllerMr W W Fowls accompaniher LOCALS NEW line of John Primble pocke- knives at Geo D Hoppers A FEW more steel roller ball bearing skates t dale Cheap This office I LOOK In Tribble Pences window fo I Mrs McClarya hand painted china I LOST brown workin glovo Reward Felix White Stan lord TYPEWRITING d aatreasonable rates Miss Molllo Goldstein Stanford FIVE shares of stock in the National Bank of Hustonville for sale Apply at this otflce- SRvinAL pieces of old furniture In eluding an old secretary all cherry for sale A P Brackett Stanford EGos for sale from Red hens Wil Mallard ducks and Toulouse geese Mrs W J Edmiston Crab Orchard Ky Tim L will tick eta to Cincinnati next Sunday at 175 Special train loaves Stanford 5 A M I TUB city council has passed an ordi Dance prohibiting tho running of automobiles in Stanford at a higher rate of speed than five miles per hour 6 ANY one desiring stenciling dono i curtain wslke etc will tea ma at tho Chas Wheeler Emporium lIustonI villa each Friday Gable W Bradshaw SHOOTINO AT ROWLAND At Rowland Saturday afternoon Garrett Smith shot Nathan Prewitt three times and seriously wounded him Ono ball went through his loft hand another broke his right wrist and tho third penetrated his neck juat below tho Adams apple Prewitt was brought to Stanford and his wounds dressed by Dra OUannon and ReidI Later he was taken to his home in Gar rard where ho was doing as well as could be expected at last accounts Smith was Arrested sad gave bond in 500 Ho claims that Prewitt used in sulting language to hit wIre and whe he ordered him out of his homo he Prewitt started to draw his pistol Smith is from Knox county and is brother of Representative Sawyer Smith of TUG County Medjcal Society mot in Dr J F Peytons ofllco in Stan ford Tuesday last with tho following members present Ore T H Single ton McKlnney M Lee Pipes More land Jones Maywood W F fickle Hubble E J Drown J F Peyton J G Carpenter 1 B Cook andllughr Reid Stanford Dr Pipes Was made chairman Dr E J Brown read a paper on Chorea or St Vitus as It was called by the ancients The paper showed the cssayest to be a class steal scholar and familiar with ancient and modern literature This paper was favorably mentioned by each member present Dr L B Cook read a paper p on Rheumatism which was highly entertaining and instructive Ho went Into tho minute details of rallies and became eloquent in advocatingthe various efficient remedial agents its al of loviution All voted Dr Cooks paper worth tho time lost from business to hear The society adjourned to meet at Moreland with Dr Pipes June 22 at which time Dr Edward Alcprn will read- a paper on the Treatment of Acute Dysentery and Dr G G Peny will one on The Treatment of Typhoid Fever WF H J A Bulletin of Bargains4 v r Aro you interested in saving on your purchases or getting just a little jicttor goods for your money than usual If go come and Ictus present the evidence of our willingness to do either for you Wo never ask moro than others and on hundreds of articles wo ask less Isnt it worth your while to save the dimes quarters and dollars I KY rAWI89 I LexingtonMn roundtrip DarbourvilloI optldan clbthingsjtore THE L N will run nn excursion to Louisville May 23 at 175 for the round trip Train leaves Stanford at 615 A M A WlliTEsnuRO weather prophet pre diets snow on May 20 Thats tho date six inches fell in 1891 and history may repeat itself I Leghorn KyPhone circuYampleh ments riding cultivators etc Best Imo of wagons in tbo county E T Pence J C ROBINSON proprietor of tho Womans Bakery Danville Ky has installed electric machinery for the preparation of his famous Quaker Bread ontota Farris Is agent for tho Quaker Bread Leave your orders with him HOWRS Great London Show is the- r cleanest and best circus on tho road and the promoters richly deserved the har immenseg once and at night the big tent was more than half filled Tho features are all new and good but tho workof the Ty Bell sisters and tho three little Jape is TheIhero Mr W A Rhodes tho gentle manly press agent made many friends here by his courteous treatment of our people A GOOD crowdattended the Recital anddnight and tho following program was splendidly rendered PianoComing Spring Oesten Lucy Leo Walton I Mary Moore Ranoy Virginia Mahony Lydia VonGruenigen Nancy Yeager Ella Eichcnbcrger RcadingThe Hazing of ValllantJ L Williams Thomas Coleman Piano ValsoScher zo Upgraft Ama Barker Solo Theres One to Guard and Save SingletonnPinnoUlanenlUttRiedel Josephine Carpenter Mary Morrison Matheny Llssa Holtaclaw Efllo Baughmon ReadingTho Honor of Tho Woods Adapted Thomas Bright Piano Solo Valse Durand Miss Claudia Eaton Reading Tho King of Boyvillo W A White Harry Reinhart Piano GallopBohm Bessto Yantis Kate Newland Frances Portman Frances Cooper AJuneDay C W Coombs Nancy Yeager Elizabeth Higgins Grace Brady Berta Jean Penny Piano DuoLa Daladina Bucalosai Frances Cooper Kato Newland Chorus Moonlight and MuslcClro Pinsutl I TUB Baccalaureate Sermon to grad benpreached next Sunday May 16 at 11 oclock at Presbyterian church by the popa ular pastor of that church All friends patrons aro hereby invited Tho annual commencement exercises will beheld in Waltons Opera House Thursday May 20 at 8 P M Dr Hubert Gibson Shearin will deliver an address at that time Dr Shearin is a conspic uous figure in the educational affairs of I Lexington He is professor of English- at Transylvania University He IB a of courteous bearing pleasing appearance and broad experience and cul ture Dr Shearin has won distinguish ed notice in the Literary world being an author of several notable works on English and German Literature Ho has studied abroad at Oxford London and Paris It will bo worth while forI ovary citizen of Lincoln county who ap redates higher education to hear him Tho exercises are held at night so that business men and farmers may have tho opportunity to hear and be benefited There will be other important features the exercises On Friday night the 21st of May tho annual recital of the music departments will be given and a magnificent program is being prepared As most peopleknow the regular commencement exerciser will be free to- eveyybalyand all are urged to coma The usual price of admission will obtain for the recital given by music depart meats Aoo I FOR SALE Locust posts Cheap W L McCarty Stanford IF you are particular try Denhams Rex coal Yards at Stanford and Row land WANTED to loan 3000 on first mortgage land notes Enquire at this office THE residence of Mr Bedell Chan Sundaybutr PRESERVE your With the best roof paint on earth mixed on Somerset St Stanford Ky at Bads tin shop TILE Growers suraMnce has set tied satisfactorily with Miss Mary Pep plea who sulfated a fire loss some time ago MR M II JohNS of Maywood has taken up the work of auctioneer and mado a number of sales hero yes terday TilE fiscal court very sensibly decided to make tho first floor of the court house of tiling We congratulate the members on their good judgment IT is beylieved Hunns drug store at Shelby City was burned by an incendiary and T M Cardwell assistant fire marshal is making an in vestigation I TRI Stanford High School team will play the Lancaster club on their prounda Wednesday afternoon and the fluster villo nine hero Friday afernoon Game here will bo called at 380 oclock Tins office ting the ballots to be used In the judicial primary Sat urday Only two names appear on them Judge M C Saufley and Judge J S Owsley Jr and they come in the I order named A M FELAND on yesterday purchas ed tho Webb place two miles from town on tho Hustonville pike Mr Feland will move from Lincoln county to the farm Advocate Wo are sorry to know that this good family will leave our county THE Stanford High School base ball team went to Danville Friday and In an IWnnlng game defeated the Red Legs 11 to 3 On Saturday Lancasters team came over and in an exciting game met defeat by the score of 7 to 3 Our team has played 10 games and won them all JudgeM C Saufley spoke to a large and enthusiastic crowd at Waltons Opera Houso yesterday af ternoon but a lack of space prevents andextended mention of it He made some salty charges against his opponent Judge J S Owsley Jr but the latter did not reply to them in fact Judge Owsley was not in the audience Judge Saufley has a unmber of speak ing appointments in this county this week a list of which appears elsewhere At the conclusion of his caustic remarks Rev T W Barker who had been criticised to some extent spoke briefly PENCE JR atthemile from Rowland bt 110 to Insure n living colt It mare is traded or parted with the mason money becomes duo oldifulllGhnndlhe by he by by Alexander Abdallfth fencelstdarn b7 Almont Forreatrnd data by Onrron Ohlef8rd damby Oruy Kagle Hit dam by Oopperbottom I byUnltelrlows 1st dun by Woburn 2nd dam n Mamhrlno horse 8nl dam by Mainbrlnol Messenger dam by 01111 Vermont Pencefrrcolts arenlllbowlnil abreederrllponIbleoccur GEO BPOONAMOUK A BKO Rowland Co Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods 1 rJLadies Taped Neck Vesta 7lLadies White Foot Hoeo 10e Ladies Ribbed Top Hose lOc 2jcKnee f I Childrens Nazareth Union Suits 50cbA 15o quality children ribbedlhoae slight imperfections lOc 27 xb l inch velvet rug 8125 W- Oxll Ifeet Brussels Drugget 8 10it1 ltDeetGivo the Boys and Girls a chance Put Educator Shoes on theta 36inch all Linen Suiting 25c 00inch Linen Sheeting OSc i Best I1l1nd 8150 Kid Gloves to he had fitted to the hand y r SEVERANCE SON STANFORD Dinwiddie L II Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin 1dt- Y f i Knit Vests And Hosiery 1 f 1 See our new line of Ladies Gauze Cotton Vests made of l- Oft flexible goods low neck sleeveless taped neck and arm holes good values at lOc and up to 50c Also a new line of Ladies Summer Union Suits in tho new weave Good values at COc and upward Ladies Black and Colored Gauze Hose Lislo Hose high spliced heel and toe garter top special good wearing quality at 25c per pair Also a new lino of Ladies Black and Colored Lisle and Gencvia Silk House double heel and toe garter splicing an unusual value at 60c per pair HUGHES MARTIN COI Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKYJ IT ISNT YOU ALONE jJ We want the custom of your friends quite as much as we want yours and we propose to sell them by pleasing you When you como to us for 1 your SUMMER SUIT we are going to give you so good a one for your money bo that much or f littlethat youlF be glad to tell your friends about usjuid about the clothes we sell After all thats the best kind ot advertising there is We have just received another shipment of nobby patterns and they are the PILE OF STYLE make W PerkirsCrah Orchard 4j Highest Market Prices PaidUFor all kinds of 4 COUNTRY PRODUCE in Lancaster Stanford Hustonville and Brodhead H B NORTHCUTT Stanford FARMERS J I Get busy and give your orders for Fertilizer I have the nicest line of Buggies Surreys Phaetons anti Runabouts that I have ever handled Call and look before buying Also McCormack Maachines Globe Fertilizer for Tobacco and Corn See tho Krause Pivot li Axle Riding Cultivator r 1 E T PENCE STAWFQRQ A filE 88ai8ii Am VtototWv S WAI tJ i tTRANSFER MONfJillLO- NG DISTANCE TELEPHONE i FOR SATES APPLY Tl LOCAL MANAGER 4 EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COHPAHY IMCCRfORkTCO l aw J I Q 1M v 44al44r it wu 7 t aIIY1 i ie 1 f The Interior Journal I Bnterediri the Port OQia at Stanford at endclew mafia L N TIME TABLE NolHoutnllMrxN023BOUthll x- No41 North 440 A x- No44Northeyt F X No 171047 AM No W 140 PM JOS S RICE Agont W H LAIR Hustonville Ky Has added n nice lino of GROCERIES to yourIpntronegetKFre4aoodaaittlthelLow et U his motto The Joseph Price SanatoriumN- orth Lancaster Btreet Stanford Kentucky TorTrentmenl of Diseases of the Eye Nose Throat Ear lonlto Urinary Itectal Or gans Nervous Hyatem and Hurgery GEORGE HURi Draft Stallion at 910 to Insure a Living Colt Also a good Mulo Jack at the same price and on samo conditions M S BAUOUMAN Stanford Ky Notice Poultry Raistrs Now Is the time of year to feed your fowls a good tonic illil cures Cholera Gapes ttoup canker and Llmberneck when feel as a preventive It not only keeps them healthy tut makes them lay Price SO cents no cure no pay guaranteed by your druggist GeoL Penny tryIt under the guarantee Ask for booklet on diseases of poultry Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation tot external use Stops itching and destroys the germs that cause akin diseases Eczema caickly and is cured y this remarkable- mediclne All Druggists Write for sample E W Rose Med Co St Louis Mo Pennys Drug Store CHESTER S This son of Oho ter Dare will make the iresent season lit p H Carpenters stable In 1lustonllltu at 10 to Insure allving colt DESOHIVTIOX AND VKIIIOBEB He Is n black with star In 18 hands high with nil the style and finish characteristic of the Chester flare fnmly a good noting borne and a proven breeder Hee him before marts If you are looking for a HlredhyOhes1ertfppyby Mambrlno Cblef JNO U LYNN Hustonvllle Ky f Service not price estab fishes the value of a suit It isnt the start of its wear but thefinish Ederheimer Stein Clothesar- e are so well finished ceatthe startthat they i wellat the end Foryoung men J The making is ast goodas the fitthat means most that cart be said about any readyto Soldtt the clothes dont last to expectation kupo H J McRoberts t I s IH NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Joseph Eversolo aged 80 is dead at Hazel Patch Tho wife of T A Hoover is dead at Nicholasville Mrs Lucy Jane Pollard aged 75 is dead in Garrard- J T Curtis a prominent citizen of Somerset is dead Mrs Dan Warren died at London fol lowing a difficult operation- A Stato bank has been organized at Van Buren Anderson county Mrs Minnie M Nesbit sister of Ex Gov Knott is dead at Lebanon Miss Georgia Maston of tho section of Garrard is dead of pneumo nia Mrs John Goodfriend dropped dead at Middlesboro Her husband died two months ago Mrs Sallie Alexander Walker aged 57 died at Lawrenceburg after an ill ness of several months Frank Pruitt shot and dangerously wounded James Benge at Joe Ab Al lens distillery in Laurel Mrs J Harry Moore one of the best known and most prominent young ma trons in Mercer county is dead Middlesboro is to havo another bank and the name of the Institution is to bo the First State Bank of Uiddlcsboro T J Robinson of Hustonville qual fled as executor of J C Robinsons es Ute as provided in the willter Record The Middlesboro Hotel which has had a varied existence for the last five or six years was placed in the hands of a receiver Gideon B Rothwell aged 73 is dead in Garrard He was a brother of Sam uel D Rothwell and lived in the Car tersville section Levi Harris and Horace Norton from Rockcastle county serving six years each on a charge of manslaughter were paroled by the Prison Commission A petition was forwarded to Frank fort this week protesting against the pardon of William Rowsey There is unanimous opposition to issuing the pardonAdvocate FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALEGood baggy mare H G Lutes Stanford Two fresh Jersey cows for sale E T Beazley Stanford B D Carter bought of George H Farris a bay gelding for 150 Lost red yearling steer Left about May 5 Reward H Reid Stanford James Yowell sold to George J Cunningham a young mare by Gallon for 240 In France last year over 60000 and in Germany 30000 horses were butcher ed for tho table- J H Baughman Co are paying 1CO for wheat and 4 for corn Who says farmers cant get rich at such pricesBeau Naboth will make tho season of 1909 at my barn Bring me your bar ren mares I have successfully used the impregnator for two years Felix White Stanford Ky STANFORD COURTThere were about 200 cattle on the market yesterday all of which changed hands Prices rang ed from 3 to 6Jc J M Roberts sold a bunch of heifers at 21 some steers at 22 and n lot of cows at 31c There was little doing in the horse and mule marketFOR SALEGray mare 15 hands high city broke gentle anywhere sin gle or double To appreciato this mare you must see and drive her Trained and can step 230 gait to buggy has small blemishes on knees otherwise sound Will sell cheap at once Lutes Bros Turnersvllle Kv T F Hawkins sold Birdie Vanfleet a twoyearold Jersey heifer for 70 Ashby Robinson bought 100 bushels of clover seed from Strader Bros at 6 Sanders Norton have engaged about 4000 lambs for June delivery at 6c for July delivery at 6jc and August delivery at5c Harrodsburg Herald Rev I W Williamson Letter Kev I W Williamson Hunting ton W Va writes This Is to cer tify that I used Foleys Kidney Hem edy for nervous exhaustion and kidnoy trouble and am free to say that It will do all that you claim for it Foleys Kidney Remedy has restored healtL and strength to thousands of weak run down people Contains no harmful drugs and is pleasant to take Now Stanford Drug Co The drug store of John Robins at Brodhead was broken into Wednesday night and something over 100 in jewel ry stolen A small amount of money was taken from the house of Mrs An na Shumate Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure with Dr Snoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25o Box Sold by Pen nys DrugStore Then you dont believe seeing is be lieving uNix I see lots of people I wouldnt believePreyonticsthoso T Candy Cold Cure Tabletswill safely and quickly check alt colds and the Grip Try them once and seat 482oc Sold by Pennys Drug 1Storo CIIu Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to soil my stock of Ito bualIl MASONS MEET 0FAMwillLincoln Lodge No meet In stated communication on each first and third Monday nights of each month nt Ti oclock In their hall on main streeet Hton ford Ky Members of slater lodges are fra lurnully Invited to be present T W Ton nlngton Bee eT F GROSS ICrab Orchard Kentucky Is now ready to serve his old friends am hopes to make many new ones If you have n mule or hone to castrate saya the work I for him and have it done right lie makes a specialty of castrating rldgellngs SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERING I am prepared todo all kinds of surveying and civil engineering promptly ily work will be guaranteed and my are ren sounblu Write me at loKll1nlIor call mo over the telephone Exchange WALTEU McKINNEY Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marble and Cranlto Monu mentsMarkers and Posts Cemetery and Lawn Vases and Settees Office and works Me Kinney Ky PEYTON I will stand my line mule Jack Peyton at 111 farm at Moroland Ky nt JI to Insure H living colt registeredWIIkrewill bo permitted to serve n few mares fret to my regular customers where they breed three mares or moreII B KINO When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by n tailor of ex parlance Then your clothes whethera low price business suit or the nnest evening clothes will have that Individuality and m which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will also take your meas ure for extra trousers fancy vests top coats and overcoats Boring and Hummer samples on hand ready for your inspection 110 nUPLK The Tailor HtantordKy ItchingSkin Diseases Are readily cured by Zerno A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant cHef and permanently cures any form jf Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE 1 grasslandthe Bthnfartl pike improvements and fencing good of water and fruit Also ISO acies of timbered land one mile Knit of McKinney halt under fence plenty of water and tobacco land Bt e grow ng crop J A OIVENt4 Agellt McKinney CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the test as well as the freshest of cut flowers plants nf all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths purposesIn above tlmvo all kinds of vegetables on hand nt reasonable prices C1UU8TMAN iltKKX 1IOUHKH KD JlUllllAlll 1KOl- tHtanford Kjr DR E C TESTSuocoisur Dr H L Casey Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Graduate of Chicago Veterinary College Phone 8 Olllce lit D H Logans Htable DANVILLE KY STONEWALL JACKSON JR This fine black saddle stallion was sired by the great saddle breeding stallion Old Htonewnll This colts dnm was a Denmark immure lie Is a nice colt Ho has colts to his good breeding Wlllstund ut to Insure until weaning time We hold n lien on nil colts until quid for liarrcn mares made to stand thHlmpregnntor We have perfect success In this breeding BILLY BRECKINRIDGE This tine black was sired by Mnjor John I Harris Imported Jack lie will make the season of lino at my barn at 18 to Insure n colt until weunlng time Ills titof VfM II now on my farm to how for good breeding He U a sure foul getter- A TTKAYIXm Jt SONS Pleasant Hill Breeding Kami Htnnford X K U Ho 4 CONCRETING We are In position to do nil kinds of con emoting such af Work Pavements and In fact we can make any thing from r house down to a fence post Wo sun serve you promptly and guarantee nrtcllulwork and material Cull arid get our prices before you buy your material ut least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky SILVER KING JRMt Will make the season of 1009 at my stable at Oedar Oreck at S3 to Insure a living colt Silver King Jr Is a dark bay with u blgblIuson of Stonewall Jackson 1st dam by Oatts Stonewall Jackson Jrson of Hubble Old Stonewall Jackson 2d dam by OabbellHi Lexington 3d dam a cel ebrated saddle horse of Payne county 4th dam hy Millers Oopperbottom of Wayne county Silver Kings dam was llollln Moun OabbellK Lexington son of Bloods Black Hawk Zd datum by Young America son of Taylors Messenger also stand timo good lack NIGGER At S3 to Insure a living colt Nigger is R MncK JocKlfiJj hands 4 years old and Is n andheE WWHITMOedarOreeicon Stanford and IThe Truth this city who is suf fering from Eczema Pimples Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanently cured by Zctno a clean liquid fot external use All durcgists sell ZEMG PENNYS DRUG STORE A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY iHco over MoRobcrte Drug Store in tho Owsloy Building FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNTY FOR SALE I A fine Uuo grass farm for tale situated or tko nepr Point LeaveU and six milesouth of Lancaster list acres well located In good neighborhood being part of the John walker tract with a hand some new twostory savenroom residence thereon with all nvvcsstirroutbulldlnesand Rood new barn 4060 well wate never falling springs and creek rupnltmg through TKKXS44 cash In handbnlanro one and two years from tiny of sate bearing six per unUllmldltJronllooklllg placd please write or see V 0 WALKKK Stanford Insures Tobacco and Tobicc lame Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Min STANFORD KY Ilestdence Phone M OBIce W Insure with nio and be fully prote- ctedAdorinas Fox Is a handsome large young Jersey null de scended from a and unbroken line of the most noted bu I and cows on the hland of Jersey England and America Ills sire Is one of the bulls ever Imported and hs dam Is a show tow that has liven M heIsome Ancestor and have n strictly good cow you should avail yourself of his nor vice He will be allowed to serve a limited number of approved registered cows outside of our own herd year for a fee of 15 each Make engagement before sending cow to bo bred KK1UAOTTKII Telephone W Stanford Ky N nWe have to over three extra choice bull calves that will be sold at right prices At McKinney Ky You can find our Htandanl Ilemedy the greatest blood and liver medicine yet known n case of Uheumatlsm Halt Jlbeum Kid ney Trouble and all discuses arising from Impure blood It has no muni It Is manu factured under the pure foot act of June it andgunraeteedbythemanufacturer Ii tlmelWnely II taken coordlllg to directions and If he or she Is not benefited br the use- of the Itemedy we will refund tour money Wo can do nothing more package contains 91 doses lth a registered gunnm Imtnllingcardwltltfuiiinsturtionsrye ceipt of II per JmulClI or six pnrkares for 15 Hettcr order n box today If taken In time you might save n Ma doctor bill ltemember you take the Itrmedy accord lag to Instruction and arc sot benefited pet your dollar back You will notSou the remedy In drug stores for sale It Is sold only by ourduly authorized agents ii ulitN ILLfAlIM Agent Safeguard the Future I Tho safest surest and mott adequate safeguard for the future Is it policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It Is conspicuous for economical manage meet liberality 01111 contracts lair dealing with Iu rnulU tJuInd large returns to policy holders The company Is Just entering tbu SIXTY FOURTH YEAR- of n successful buslnesi career with more policy iioutar h Mnon county tban nil companies combined Write for particulars staling ago and whether mar tied or tingle to It HpeclalAgtMyers James I White Solicitor for Itockcustle C- oPAINPain In the head G1n anywhere Milts awe Pain iconsdtlcn pain U blood prenurenotblo j else w says Dr Shoop AlIt to proven heInes created a little pink tablet That tablet called Dr hoops Headache Tablet eoazrs blood cressnn away from in centers lueffeict U charming 1 iydenthtful0ently though safety it lureI equftluoi the drcu htlan- nIf have a headache Its blood pressure If Its painful periods with women same It you are sleepless restless nerrcw Its blood eoncettloti blood r That surety U a hoops IIMdacho Tablets stop It la DI minutes and the tablets simply dlaU1bute UM unnatural blood pressure IJrulM your finger and doesst It ret red and swell pain your Of course It docs Its con rsttlon blood prima Youll Bad It where pain U always Common Sense a 2ft cents sad eheettully nIOOFMtIG e Dr Shops HeadacheTablets PENNYS DRUG STORE I NSURANCaR Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLiveStockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis count iu MY LINE O- FTRoUSElS I Is Now Complete For Tho SPiMndSUlW Better than over handled before for tho Price Also the most uptodate ofMens and Ladies Oxfords In any stylo you wish Call and let us show you what we have SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY r You Will Make No Mistake in BuyinglThe Brown Riding andWalk J ing Cultivators w I Come in and look at them Screen I 1 Doors Screen Windows Screen Cloth Etc in All SizestmShall be Glad to See You W H HLCC1NS IStanford Kentucky 1liEu mrnLJm1aJl U J the Lincoln goumy national Bank Of Stanford KentucKy Capital 5000000 Surplus 3800000 Resources 34000000jIS H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIE- Rj W ROCHESTER TELLER H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER OIREOTORSi J B Owsley Stanford 3 II Shanks SUnftml Geo W Carter Stanford i U Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford T 0 Iankin TrnjlorGilbertsII Cummins Prcachcreville Lilburn 1 Gooch Gilberts CreokI i Jfiirst Wafonal tank Stanford Jig Organized S82 Capital Stock Iso 000 Surplus and Knttiuidtj IPrefitt 19 000 Jfas paid In Dioidandt sineo Oryanfxalion 121 500 fnuito 7fow 2fcounts on Our 7IsrIsaOFFICERS 1 I S locker President- S T Harris Vice Pfesident John j McRoberti Cashier U C Baugbraan Asst Cashr WAV Saunders Bookkeeper DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman- M D Elmore J M Pettn II C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson W D OBannon J S Hocker C E TateI MILLINERY V The Charles Wheeler Emporium t Hustonville Ky I Invites you to the largest MILLINERY SE LECTION we have ever shown Styles up to the minute Prices beyond competition We also stator that our Spring Lino is now complete To save money come and see and bo convinced Our Spring Line of Shoes for Ladies Misses aud Children and I our lino of Gents Shoes will certainly please Hauati and Walkover linos are hummers and fire strictly reliable Yours for an honest deal WIlEQLERs1 f J C 0