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J1 If t f 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ye i tw t tk VOLXXXVH STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 14 1009 NO 22 A 4 tt 1 M 6oure You Rre GofflinU to TflG Groat lOTp tf tk1 r tr I 1A n orj1 ii Saturday Mafy 22 1909 Beginning at 130 P M May 22 1909 17 Nice Building Lois will be sold at auction also the residence of the late Col Thomas P Hill p I fOne Lot Will Be Given Away Absolutely FreetEverybody will be there Come you might be the lucky person to draw the FREE LOT Now is the time to select a nice lot and build a home This is the finest opportunity YQu will ever have to buy a splendid and desirable loft All of these lots are on desirable streets Main Whitley Millet and Logan Avenues Concrete pavements have ben i I laid on all these streets Move to town and make the investment of your life that is educate your children Stanford J is no boom town consequently your property value will Stanfordgradually in crease from year to year There is not a vacant house in Mat4fJJ 22 at 9 oclock A M and close at 130 P Mat the home of the late Col Thomas P Hill The sale of the lots will M begin promptly at 130 P M and immediately after the sale the drawing for the free lot will take place It will be necessary for the holder of the lucky number to be present In person when the drawing takes place Dont forget the 150acre farm we will sell For full particulars terms of sale etc write to Florence Hughes McGarfy Stanford ByJ a i rJr + rfa+ lir6rdrw wr r T = rn Relic of a Tragedy What u undoubtedly a knife which figured in a tragedy that stirred Ken lucky from center to circumference lomo 20 years ago Is In the possession of Mr 811 perkin of this city Tho iknife was used by Col William Casslus Good In the fatal encounter In tho post office at Lexington In November 1839 In which Col Armstcad Miller Swopo was stabbed to death and Col Goodloo died a few hours Inter from the effects of a wound from a pistol shot 1 fired by Col Swopo Tho knife was picked up from the floor of the postof t nco by ono of the clerka in the office and covered with blood was wrapped In a newspaper J II Swope a brother of Colonel Swope went to Lexington Immediately f on receipt of tho news of tho tragedy I to look after the remains and for some reason the knito was turned over to him Mr Perkins was conducting a hotel in Danville at the time and Mr Swopo brought the body to his house on the way to Lincoln county for Interment and stopped with Mr Perkins The knife was banded over to Mr Perkins clerk to bo kept over night and was placed In tho ofllce safe In the excitement Incident to the occasion the knife was forgotten and remained in the safe wrapped In the bloody paper about a year Mr Perkins sold his rt h hotel to A Tribble and In cleaning out j hid safe Incident to turning over tho business ho found It there and still has It In his possession The knife has al buckhorn handle and a spring on thu back to preven It from closing when In use When opened It is a fraction over 7 8 inches in length the blade which hen a razor edge being a fraction over 3 j inches In length It has I X L on the blade and was made by George Woe tenholm Sheffield England Colonel Goedloe was ti member of one of the most prominent families in Central Kentucky and stood high In the f councils of the Republican party In KKentucky Col Swope was born and n Lincoln county whero ho was widely connected He was a splendid specimen of intellectual and physical He held the office of Inter Jtmanhoqd Collector in the Lexington t I district for a number of years The trouble grew out of political jealousies and culminated in the terrible tragedy Middles boro Newa Record rWherever I was invited America always there was a crowd Everybody I presentl wife T I 1a fop another peculiar thingevery- t body and her husbandPuck o POLITICAL iSenator Bradley voted In favor of in duty on lead John D Smith of Paducah has an nounced as a candidate for Prison Commissioner Senator McCrcary says ho is not a candidate for Governor and does not expect to be one The Missouri Senate committee on Constitutional Amendments killed tho womans ftllrralto resolution by report ing it adversely Diplomatic relations between the Governments of Columbia and Vene ziieln have hoof resumed after a break of several years- J Pope Drown hue been appointed State Treasurer of Georgia by Gov Hoke Smith to f1Ilrlivancy caused by tho death of Robert E Park The nomination Henry Groves Connor a Democrat tq bo United States Judge for the Eastern district of North Carolina was sentto thrSen ate by President TaftJThe Senate by a Vote to It declined to reduce by onequarter of a cent a pound tho duty ort pig lead By a viva voce vote the Senate adopted tho rate of 2J cents a pound as recommended by thu committee In a special message to Congress President Taft recommends legislation at tho extra session of Congress to amend tho Foraker act under which the territory is governed The Presi dent says A situation of unusual gravity exists through tho failure of the assembly to pass tho appropriation bills arid charges that the Porto RIcans have forgotten tho generosity of tho United States and have too much po lineal power Ho concludes that the right to make appropriations should be taken away TUG CourierJournal covers a multi tude of faults when It announces edito rially that It will not only refuse to support Senator McNutt but will oppose any ticket on which his name may appear McNutt is one of tho skunks who after being elected by democrats voted for lIon W 0 Bradley for Sen ator Tho citizens of Louisville neednt go to see Barnum Bailey this year they can just watch tho Republican primary convention and save their money Frankfort Journal The Penlgwaasett House one of the largest hotels In tho Whita Mountains N H was destroyed by fire The lots is estimated at S100000 lie is anything but a good barber who cuts an acquaintance t NEWS NOTES Oawson Springs went dry for thi first time in the towns history Miss Hattie Grider has been appointed a rural route carrier in Warren coun tyJohn Molloy tho contractor of Cincinnati who built the canal around the falls at Louisville Is dead Policeman John Lewis shot and in stantly killed Jim Puckett at Mayfield Puckett was resisting arrest Army balloon No 12 sailed from For Omaha to Jackson Neb 1UO miles In Ci hours but exploded as It landed James Knyla Woe kIdnaper of WillIe Whltls got a life sentence and his wife a term of 20 years In the penitentiary Gov Hndlcys bill providing for the licensing of socalled clubs which sell Intoxicants to members was defeated In the Missouri House The Brotherhood of Railway Train men is holding its ninth biennial con vention at Columbus 0 with about 400 delegates In attendance James Unger killed Lewis Hollowa In Robertson county Tenn Ungeri plant beds were scraped and when the men met the killing followed Gabe Brown of Swifts Creek Wolfe county was shot from ambush am William Trent aged 70 years was arrested charged with the crime William Sims was shot and killed at Earlington by an officer who mistook him for a burglar Sims was trying to enter another home which ho had mis taken for his own The explosion of a stick of dynamltr carelessly or maliciously placed in a stove caused tho death of two men and serious injury to three others at the Potcrman coal mine near Fredericks burg 0- James Boyle before his departure from Mercer Pa for the penitentiary at Pittaburg gave out a signed statement in which he charged Harry Fork er an uncle of Willie Whitla withcom pllclty in his crime Broughton Brandenburg has waIved extradition and will be taken back tr New York for trial on a grand larceny charge In connection with tho sale of the article purporting to have been written by Grover Cleveland Tho women school teachers through out the country are looking longingly toward Colorado Wyoming and Utah since the equal suffragists brought out the fact that in these States women receive tho same salaries as the men Wilbur and Orville Wright the aero- nauts arrived In New York They proved to be shy heroes declining to attend a big reception that had been tendered them and discussing their plane and workwlth much reserve IIN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I Fannie Vaughn aged 70 is dead at Shelby City Thomas J Douglas a prominent citi zen of Madison is dead Near Albany Clinton county Jesse I Branham shot and killed J A Tomp kinsJames B Brock of Laurel aged 17 was struck by a train in Louisville and killedLexington and Winchester played a 17 inning game which resulted in a score of 1 to 0 in favor of Winchester Sheridan Carroll has been appointed postmaster at Ualsey Whitley county and H F Bernard at Jlumble Russell countyAttorneys have filed suit against the Cincinnati Southern In the Pulaski circuit court for 20000 damages sus wined by Matthew Wright Wright was acting as switchman and while in the performance of his duties a lump of coal fell off the engine striking him on the head A portion of his skull was knocked oft and his brain is still expos ed MATRIMONIAL James W Stephens a widower of 29 and Miss Bessie Napier were mar rled at Rev Goochs Wednesday ExTreasurer Henry M Bosworth of Lexington will be married Juno 3rd to Miss Ollie Fant of Flemingaburg E L Sowder aged 42 and three times a widower and Miss Lala Sow der 22 were made one a few days since Cornelius L Hollis aged 71 and a veteran of the Civil War and Miss Nellie Cravens 17 were married at Evansville Ind Our corpulent friend Fred Durham of Brodhead has taken unto himself a wife in the person of Miss Maude Wat son a pretty and popular young lady of that place The marriage of Miss Anna Belle Higginbotham to James Power Smith Jr of Richmond Va was solemnized at the brides home in Lexington She Is a daughter of G T Higginbotham formerly of Garrard The monument erected by the Geor gin division United Daughters of the Confederacy to tho memory of Capt Henry Wirz in charge of the Federal prisoners confined at Andersonvillc Ga In 18645 Was unveiled Wednesday with approprlateexerclaes Twenty men were killed by a prema ture blast of dynamite in a stone quar ry operated by the Callanan Road Improvement Company near the village of South Bethlehem 11 miles southwest t of Albany NY oj OXFORDS I fN4tHkf14tt r Green White Tan OxSv v r f i YW Blood and Black IN v I ALL THE STYLESFOR 1909 for J 4 4 v IiV Men WOIDCnilliIj Children Aa ti J 1 1 4 Cummins Be Wear ij r STANFORD KENTUCKY k r r J cl 4 11 i r 4 a The Interior LCWALTON Journal 1 t JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR 7s a candidate for circuit Judge of thus the lath district subject to the action of tbe BemocrattopartyM 8AUFUEY Is a candidate for circuit Judge of this tbe 18th subject to the action of the Democrntlo par- tyDemocratic Ticket r For Commonwealths Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN t of Mercer i For State Senator R 1 HUBBLE d of Lincoln county k For Representative t W H SHANKS For County Judge JAMES P BAILEY For Connty Attorney W S BURGH jY For Circuit Clerk J D SWOPE For Sheriff W 1 MCCARTY For County Court Clerk f GEORGE B COOPER For Jailer DINK FARMER For Assessor JOHN C PEPPLES FnrSuper1nterdent of Rchoolf gARLANo SINGLETON FO toner GEORUK P BRIGHT R Fo lno1ltt1 q a 191trlct JAMES MYGBN1E Itollt olutntt nro INrtry I M BRUCE YorMaglstrateCrabOrchard 1 J WARD MOOt + i Y 1 or3iaglstratelfutont111 J J K HEtM f4 i For MnBlstraterV yn riu w-i IOHN M CAMefcV R For Constable VfugtMtff V JOHN G1t4t1 I TILE Courier Journal II T it v ia not mi support Senator MciSjr ckosd Sena tor McNutt would not ajpport the demo ocratic nominee for the United States Senate but voted for u straight out re publican thereby separating hImself from the democratic party This Is enough to make a canine cachennate Mr Watterson must have gone daft or seen the handwriting on the wall that saloon keepers and those who represent their interests must walk the plank It was a matter not only of general rUt mor but of plain fact that the Courier Journal and its emissaries not only beat Beckham for the Senate but gloried in their shame that McNutt Charlton and Mueller were simply tools of Boss Vree land who controls the l policy of the CourierJournal whether Mr Watter 4sonknows it or not This same Vree land maintained headquarters at Frank fort during all the memorable contest and was regarded as Senator Bradleys chief lieutenant working night and day to defeat the Democratic nominee Having secured McNutt to aid in the accomplishment of its design it is base ingratitude for the Courier Journal to desert him now andlshows that there are exceptions ito the rule of honor among theives Had they not been y backed by the CourierJournal its man aging editor and local correspondents it is doubtful that the three Louisville men would haveldared to turn down a democratic nominees Mr Watterson can not fool some of the people some of the time by his belated protestations in the matter of a democrat voting for a republican nominee The CourierJour nal and the CourierJournal alone is re aponsible for Gcv Beckhams defeat and the election of Senator Bradley and that paper has no more standing in the democratic party than the miserI able creatures that It seduced paths of party virtue Senator McNutt is eminently deserving of the support of the Courier Juurnal and it is ingrati tude of the basest sort to withhold it THE CourierJournal prints pictures- of distilleries every Sunday under the headline of Some Plants that State- WideA Prohibition Would Strike from Tax Lists As there is absolutely no good reason for the existence of such plants all we have to say is let em strike JULIA WARD HOWE who is celebrat lag her 90th birthday says The deep er I drinkof the cup of life the sweeter it growsthe sugar is all at the bot tom Most of us do not find it so Youth is the time to enjoy life as well as to serve the Lord CHILD stealing for a ransom got a- very black eye when Boyle was given a C I life sentence and his eocalled wife one of 20 years for kidnaping Willie Whltla The criminal class will observe with horror that such crimes are neither a safe nor an easy way of raising money theItogether From all we have seen of r them wo should say that if they do there are no brainy women in the Hub of the Universe U A PASSENGER on a train In New York State placed hta baggage on a seat and went Into the next car When he returned he found the seat occupied two men who refused to Rive it byI A row ensued and also a suit at After passing through the several ml I nor courts the case reached Ctha court of appeals which dceIdedthat a man does not reserve a scat in a raIlwayI coach by placing his baggage fact that travelers may do well to remember GAIT HAINS blasphemous attorney told the jury that it was an act of God that directed Captain hams hand when he took the lifefof the man who ruined his home But they didntI take any stock in that sort of an convicted him of manslaughter A Kentucky jury might have agreed with him but no such foolish sentiment animates the heart of the average New Yorker THAT women club life is not conduci Ive to the visits of the stork is shown that In three clubs In Chicago with BI total membership of 835 there were but three births in the past year Ted dy ought to stop killing wild animals and return at once to lecture these wo men on the sins of racesuicide THE auditor announces that the dog tax of last year amounted to 149907 14 of which 51061475 was paid to the school fund after paying the owner 4374220 for sheep killed by dogs This is making the worthless curs help some to cover the loss they create a A NEW Yohwtrsr I a young lady 5800ftf Rothwellt t it the rail road which t wi heriegs They must have beenSt i aa an exhiblt and Ittn very beautiful inhumsrt a ev or Abdul Humid wculd nothav sentenced to 1lvowith Jl wives rra Spmerset Journel ItK up tbe iXrierJournsl anti EdltT Wattcrso iiboit right EOitiiT M t i man of unagosity any way CHURCaMTTERS Mr Frazee state 7 Sunday Schoo Evangelist will speak at the ChrIstian church in Hutonville Sunday morning next at 1045 Rev F M Rains of Cincinnati wil preach the dedication sermon of the new 20000 Christian church at London Sunday May 29th A pipe organ cost ing 1500 is being installed in the churchBishop CharlesJB Galloway of the Methodist Episcopal Church Mississip pis moat distinguished divine and best known publicist who for the last 20 years had held rank among the great est pulpit orators of America is dead at JacksonThere will be no service at the Methodist church next Sunday morning on account of commencement sermon at the Presbyterianchurch but we will have Sunday School at 930 A M Ep worth League 645 and preaching at 730 p M Pastor PROGRAM of Epworth League rally at Winchester May 27th Prayer and Praise Charity and Help Department- In Towns and Country A T ORear Pastors Relation and Responsibility in League Work J M Fuqua Study for Leaguers Biblical Literary C F Evans D D Missionary r W Watts Adjournment The Epworth League in the Kentucky Conference B M Nel son What Entertainment Shall We Provide for the Young People J B lapis The Layman and the League Tow can the Leaguers be of Immediate Benefit to the Church J L Weber D D Organization of Kentucky Conference Epworth League Adjournment Address Gross Alexander D D S T D T W Barker Chairman C A ossett SecretaryP- ROGRAM for Sunday May 16 at the Presbyterian church at 11 A M Or gap Voluntary Sonata Opus 13 It Beethoven Way of Peace Gilchrist Hymn 568 all standing Invocation Amen by Choir Barker The Psalter Selection 48 Chant by Choir Walker Hymn Scripture Lesson Logan Anthem Praise the Lord All Ye Na ions Adams3Prayer Response by Choir Logan Soprano Solo Comet Unto Me It From Messiah Handel Sermon Baccalaureate Logan Prayer Amen by Choir Logan Hymn benediction Organ Postlude Hallelu I jah From The Messiah Hande- lIt disturbs the worship for any one to be shown a seat during any part of the service The ushers will show late comers seats during the intervals only The faculty trustees graduates etc of the Stanford High School will have the right of way for the few minutes lust preceding the 11 oclock hour If It be possible let all who desire to be present be in their seats at least by 055 Sunday morningJ L YANDELL A brisk opening teNow xchange carried prices of stocks up wards small fractional declines 1 Amalgamated Copper and American Smelting being the notable exceptions Continued dry weather in the South west and excessive moisture in the Northwest caused strength in the Chicago wheat market 1 B D CARTER NewLlverv Depot Street t Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY Almont Dare 3228 A B II n Sired by Dignity tore 1WJ he by Chests Dare 10 he by ltlack Squirrel 6S bo by King Wllllnin VT Istdam Toxnwny 4788nliorrc literal In Vol loA T II It Him by Ah ilnllnh Mnnibrlno 18713 be b Almont t5I end dam Lady Davit by Crlt lavlsb hour lion Uhlcl ant dam Mettle H by Forelg Light by ollnlr by Imported Olenco lottom6thdamhy ImportedhnntCopger Buzzard OTK so fnr n j we are ablo discover is tbo nut onrecort hav log to his credit the honor of defeating with his own progeny those of his great sire Dig Uaredolngso with his lint crop tlf culls every time they cnme together AuIndividual tills Is awry attractive hone 14 hand high with lots of weight and Mulsh color bay action extremely high and fait HliowaO distinct saddle gaits all very tlllt and pleasant A full brother to the gren gelding Netttoton that sold at 4 yearn for doand U the great ihow mare Foilnro that won more pretiilums tin number of shows than any mare ever Bret by Dignity Dare Were It not lor two splints coming on him would easily have won Saddle Uhamplonshlp This horse bra result of n long and mating of the very bet the country afforded Jlla and Individuality nil atrong niitbraltnl and his colt are rapidly proving him Hr tills horse and you will pail Hi will make the season of lte9 at our stublv mlln from UtlltomlIIe on tho baton villa A Liberty pike at J15 to Insure a llvlni colt tares traded or broil elsewhere ren dora seasundue at time of such transaction Will nbo stand a mule jack at is Onus farnlsluMl In abundance at H pet month Our personal attention to nil stock but will not be responsible for accidents K B roWEL A HON Hustonvllle Ky ASHLAND BROOK No 41TSA Vol IT A T H IL bwl by Eugene Stuck er Georgetown Ky Ashland Brook wai foaled 1VU solid bay with left hind toot white stands lfi4 hands high PEDIOBBE BlrfU by silent brook No IWKi record lldH the sire of Mnrg ret La- derBetlbrookx17Jennlellrook14 tn2 31 Oarknlbt No Mki4th sire Rlloot ot Search Irook ValpWrecord 127 Ashland Brooks 1st Wren by Ashland Wilkes rail record 5h74 the sire of John H entry2 tu4 Sally To ler XiiMX Ashland Wilkes sIted by lied WllkellU George Wilkes srcoui data Hldo lIIly1Y lrotender UItIINI dam by Jim Monroe K13- NOTK Ashland Brook Is a handsome fel low with lots of substance has a told way of going with speed style and action 11 oldost crop of colts are two year old they lire all ono could expect they nil lour Ing good colors with Inty of size and great style and finish Ashland llrook will make the present season at jib to Insure n living colt also stand the great mule and Jennet Jack Billy Keene ot III for mores dud tkt to Insure a living colt illy- KeenewasalredbyTomKr 1st dnm bj tho Imp Palermo 4d dam by Levi Ilubhlei- Prince the sire of Joe lllttckburn ann lirlg nolla Hilly Keene stands lull 18 blind black with white points and as abreeder IS unsurpassed na mule orJenntlt Jock his colt i always bringing the highest prices Mire traded parted with or bred elsewhere for felts the Insurance and money becomes due at the time of uch transaction KING EAGLE iXo sao Dd11billbRoes all the gaits with plenty of speed style and oclonIhy ft lloynl Kings lit dam Motile Mounts i8Iwasby the noted site Ualibells I toll F H KinK Ha lit dam Hip aft the 1 Kngle lllrd lath he by Old King Env gIu7O4ddaus by Red Lion 3rd dam by Harris Denmark he by Millers Denmark 4 Ithoroughbrrdtombreeder of tine colored nnd pIgtt 111t oltt they nil having size style rind action leslrtil tho colt tlmt woutbi tw stake at tbo Htantord Kalrand the I10Q mato at Len at rclueattnghcr four of the Kl of the great Hex Thliget of King Eagles was second lu the tBUU stake at llarrudsburtt with SI entries and defeated the colt that won this sUtkt two out of three shows Ills pricesKintho low rice of 1111 to Insure a living colt Will also stand the ereatmule jack Jim Levneat SIO for mare nud M for Jennet to Insure a living coltt Jim Keene ulrwl by the 1st dam by the hop- IohuWellslnddautpyhteecherJlnIKoetlo Is bttsnr- l5aejefckhbinckwillwbllep All of thu above will i inke tho season of 1000 at our stable ij utiea Nest of Stanford all the Hhelby City Ike Mares traded with or bred elsewhere forfeit till Insurance and money trllnlllctlonlYorPhone i As Pretty As a PictureWe often say and this is a case where the young man can looktas fine as the man in this cut This is one of our styles at 1750 J 20 and 25 in a dozen different shades They are the best read t ytowear clothing Stanford ever had J H J McROBERTS Stanford Ky RED LEAF Champion show stallion ot Kentucky Temple Hill Stock Farm Sire of Hon lint winner of grand cham pionship New York Lady too Lent winner vralktrot class Chicago and the grey geld- Ing that won the saddlx and barnei1 classes et the Kentucky State Ylllr llsr snort hlghprlCtd billbchu show hones nod tram than any stallion In Kentucky SSI to Inure a colt and a good one or IICO cull at time of service It KOODDAHD Isarutlbur- gxyPRESTON 922 Vol1l Champion gaited saddle stallion of Ken tucky Winning utallthe Kentucky fairs end also nt the horse show at lIufTalo N Y Ht Louis Mo and Kansas Oily Sired by Washington No 61 First ilum hell by Ilhodvrlck Xo 101 dent b Denmark withIto nay more Ilm M p and the adjoining counties know his record u H show hone and also for lirwOlns purposes 1I will make the season of 1W9 at my sUbln In Grub Orchard Ky at the reasonable figure of tvv to Insure a living colt Will keep manes on grot at II per month but will not DM responsible for accident or escape of took tkiuon II duo If mare is traded or parted with or bred to other stookJC11AlLEYCrab Orchard Ky DOCK ORGYHhetlonl ponySf Inches tall owned by Hugh held Foster will make the season Islands Inure living colt RIO II by IIlIlmllOrtet1 pony that cost rlde in the Shetland In theall comersthe best In Kentucky defeatinganti Is regarded by horsemen as with or show ring In 1908 Lien retained onnll colt until season is paid Mares parted ot mymake the seasonbecomes duobred olewhor6 forfeit Insurance and money Stanford Ky term JOAN II FOHTtn SrcpODODDOOO Did you ever stop and figure how much cheaper wo can sell a better Bug gy than the socalled good buggy that sells at 8135 to 1150 Y We can save you 815 to 825 on each Why Y We sell direct Wo can make just m cheap as the man ill New York Chicago or St Louis or anywhere and wi can save you the profit of hauling drayage and freight and drummer and the greatest of all is tho dealers profit kLetus figure with you we have the latest improved machinery we have n wheel drill that drills a Avhcnljn 3 minutes wo taro n sandpapering man chine that will do the work of 12 men our emery and sand belt machine hat no equal Our flexible drill machine will drill 2000 holes in buggy shafts and bodies in a day How does this figure in drilling by hand Give us R call We paint old vehicles and make them look like ne- wRMARNOLDjjiw asDANVILLC KY G Prescription Pointers I It is customary for every druggist to claim to be but In prescription work Goodclalm but we cant all be best This store claims ability capability facility and a complete stock of drugs We have the goods the equipment the cx perience PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Are You Going To Build 7 While wo are hero to build the Lincoln county court hotiao and should the building fever strike you whynot Lava a little talk with us Wo are n a better position to build yon n nicoe r Brick Dwelling or A Neat Business House being able to buy all materials cheaper and therefore are in position to put r a building up for a considerable lower price Nothing too largo or too small and tho distance will not slop us from figuring with you matters not C where you live We invite any prosj cctve builder to give us a trial WoIfurnish all plans any specifications for such buildings that wo might erect free of chargeFRITZ lKRUEGER F H MILLER r OUR LAWN FENCEr is a less expensive and better fence than wood More ornamental dura ble and n time saver as you acedno salt hammer and nails to keep it iu L J repairCall nt our store see the beautiful fabric anti gates nUll let us show you the IQW prices on a good fence job r 1sGEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford u 31 fI Whito Lincne Suiting 10c cpsDotte4lStripo and Plaid Whito Lawn lOc I Side Band Lawns lOc H h All Calicoes fie Ci j a 4O inch Brown Sheeting SAc 1 School Umbrellas 30c Good Matting lie Whito Curtain Poles lOc fi Linen Window Shades 20c Taco Curtains 45c to 8850 per pair Swing Curtains 81 to 82 pair t 40inch India Linen lOo yarde + a i SEVERANCE il1 STANFORD KYJ IThe Interior Journal STANFORD KY MAY 14 100- SICR CREAM soda water at Penny f Drug Store 1 FINE line of Reel Poles Lines and all other Fishing Tackle at Pennys I Drug Store r IPERSONALS Loulsvlllo is quite sickJUDGE J W ALCORN continue to I improveMR M DUNCAN is threatened I with fever 1MR RICHARD CORK is at Richmond on MRS O P HUFFMAN visited her son I In Danville this week Miss JOAN MOUNT of Lancaster II with Mrs II J McRoberU l MRS L It HuailES visited the home weekIMiss MARIE MAIIONY attending the Baptist Convention in Louisville T REV J MURRAY TAYLOR is at tho Baptist Convention in Louisville 1 IT Is now almost certain that Wm j trey M Duncan has typhoid fever A HANDSOME little son has arrived tot bless the union of Mr and Mrs Harry Hill f Dn E J BROWN went to Barbour- t I ville Wednesday on professional bust ness MR JOHN bh HALE and wife of Mem phis are with his mother Mrs Woodlo I Hate MR Joe HOLMAN and wife of Mo bile Ala are with Mr and Mrs J E Holman J Miss ZORA BAUGII will be at homo i this week from Union College at Bar t bourvllle REV It B MAIIONY J 0 Reid nn i Welch Rochester went to Louisville yeaterlayJ SAUFLEY spent a few day Mrs T S Webb JrS 1In KnoxvilleMns JONES and children are F l moving to rooms In tho home of Mrs Annlo Newland r Miss ILA HOLDAM arrrlved from Chi y cage Tuesday to visit her father Mr James F Hoklam MRS H ItoWAN SAUFLEY and little non will leavo Tuesday for Pueblo I Colorado to visit her father MR GEORGE ELY has been III fo some time T N Aldridgo Is workln In his place at Bcazley Ores stable MRS T D NEWLAND who has been tho guest of Mrs A B Elkin has re turned to Stanford Louisville Times NEWS comes from Millcraburg thati Mr Sanford M Allen who has bee very III is able to be out Ills friends hero are glad of his recovery I MR L W FISH and family of Crab Orchard Ky are tho guests of Mr and Mrs W D Newland of 1023 VIgo street Vincennes Ind Capital J MESDAMES E J BROWN J F Hoi dam J F Cummins and T W Jones and Miss Mollie Daugherty aro attend Ing the Baptist Convention in Louis J vjlle MRS JW MARRRof Campbollsville who has been with Mrs M D Elmore went up to Livingston Wednesday to visit her daughter Mrs L M Wester IfieldMESDAMES ANNIE ENOLEMAN and 4 Susan Yeager and Misses Sue Taylor I and Nannie Woods Englomanwill go tot Ashland today to visit the Misses KitchenIt MR JAMES I HAMILTON and wife orI 1Lancaster passed through yesterday returning from Louisville where the former underwent an operation for appendicitis AMR J C WELLS formerly of Crabt Orchard is now general manager superintendent of the Harlan Telephone Co with headquarters at Harlan He orders tho L J sent him thereIMn M G REYNOLDS Presidentc of tho Eubank Farmers CoIpaid us a call yesterday Ho was on his way to Cumberland River with two or threo friends far a brief fishing trip Somerset Journal J M HOLTZCLAW of Abboyvillo Kansas In remitting for his paper says that fruit is most all killed and thattIy r corn Iebarely begun jjo says ta seJllngatl35 and corn at I advancing a good deal t f hanging handout 35to 100 ff II O LOCALS A FEW more steel roller ball bearing skates for sale Cheap This office 0LOOKInfribble ncoewindowf or Mrs McClaryi handpainted china B D CARTER had a splendid livery horse to die of lung fever this week done at reasonable rates Miss Molllo Goldstein Stanford LOSTA brownrelyndver working glove Reward Felix White Stanford SEVERAL pieces of old furniture in eluding an old secretary all cherry for sale A P Bruckett Stanford I THE L do N will sell round trip ticki eta to Cincinnati next Sunday at 17 Special train leaves Stanford C A M TUB moving picture I show continues to draw good crowds and manager Greenburg gives a fine show each night SWEET potato cabbage and tomato planta for sale C L Ashley i mil e from Hustonville on Bradfordsvillo pike ANY one desiring stenciling dons in curtains waists etc will see me at tho Chas Wheeler Emporium Huston vlllc each Friday Gable W Bradshaw Mil J W who has been doing a good wholesale grocery busi none in Paris for a number of years has sold out to a Cincinnati firm Ho is undecided as to his future business TUB young peoples societies of the various churches of Stanford aro cor dially Invited to be present nt our Ep worth League Social this Friday even ing at the home of Mrs E T Pence Jr W B Barker SCOTT News comes from Peoria Ind that Mr Solomon Scott fomerly of the Goshen section of this county is agd a wife several children are left to mourn the loss of a good husband and father Oun boys mopped up tho Lancaster base ball team 9 to 3 on tho Lancaster grounds Wednesday afternoon This is tho 11th game Stanfords crack team has played without meeting a Waterloo The Hustonvlllo team will come down this Friday afternoon and receive a dose at the hands of our boys TllB ilrthe judicial race is nbout at an end and tomorrow Situr Doyler+ saygY and John Sam Owsley Jr has warmed up considerably but tie not probable that a largo voto will bo polled The farmers are busy and if Saturday is onon farms am attend to business r- AN I exciting runaway occurred on Main street Tuesday afternoon A mulo Mrs W A Deal of Cooks Springs was driving got muleiah and took down tho street nt a breakneck speed A runabout belonging to Judge bL C Saufley was struck and both vehicles were turned over Mrs Deal and her granddaughter just a year old were thrown out with much force but fortu nately escaped injury Judge Saufley and Mr George L Penny jumped out of their buggy when they saw the runaway or else they both might have been hurt It is almost ff miracle that Mrs Beal and the baby were not killed or badly maimed TUB JOURRN AL as those of our readers who understand plain Eng lish know has taken no hand in the judicial primary to be held tomorrow Saturday and has published as few as Possible the charges and counter- charges made by the candidates before that primary believing that the least I publicity given such things tho better it will be for the party Both of tho candidates are personal friends of the 1 editor of this paper and ho can and will cheerfully support the successful one hopes tho primary will bo a clean orderly ono and that nothing will be said or dono that will reflect on tho democratic party or add weight to that gentleman who will bo tho standard D bearer in November So in advance paper tenders its congratulations to he winner and its sympathy to the los er and predicts a rousing democratic victory when the ides of November come A Bulletin of Bargains t J 1 f Aro you interested in saving on your purchases or getting just a little better goods for your money than usual If so come and Ictus present the evidence of our willingness to do either for you Wo never ask more than others and on hundreds of articles we ask less Isnt it worth your while to save the dimes quarters and dollars SON1PONY for sale This office I CIRCUIT COURT begins Monday week 24thwith a light docket STRAWBERRIES green beans and to matoes at J D Uortons Restaurant IF you are particular try Denhama Rex coal Yards at Stanford and Row land M WANTED to loan 3000 on first mortgage land notes Enquire at this office Dn W N CRAIG oculist and opti clan Office over II J McRoberta clothing store ROY HOOK tho carpet and rug cleaner is in town Work satisfactorily done Call at Campbell House 51AESeRYE your With the best roof paint on earth mixed on Somerset St Stanford Ky at Eads tin shop KINO EDWARD wears his trousers creased down tho aide instead of down tho front Stanford dudes will pleas take notice FOR SALEPureS C Brown Lea horn eggs Improved laying strum Mrs R L Berry Hustonville SKy Phone 833 rings UIU FOR SALE On Saturday May 22 IJnii re ill sell at auction 1200 black locust posts in lOtir wU purchaser Florence Hughes McCarty PllOTOCnArii3 cheap and durable at my residence in Oarsttown where I am prepared to do all kinds of work from poet cards to largo family grou f Views of residences and stock made on short notice All work warranted Cash with order Frank Cordier SEVERAL those who have been tried and fined for selling whisky In Stanford have asked us to withhold mention of them Wo now servo notice on the illicit whisky or beer seller that if he is fined he may expect to sea his name in print in this paper The L J will not be a respecter of persons and tho white and black rich and poor will be exposed if they are proven RulltyI IT seems to us that the lot sale to be held here Saturday May 22 will be n success in every particular It has been well advertised and it is our opin ion that there will be a good many people here from adjoining counties Tak ing In consideration that there is not vacant house in town and wo theta are calls for houses every day t seems assured that these Iota will sell readily These aro practically the only building sites left that can be bought and besides they are tho most dcsirublo lots in Stanford There is a lively interest being manifested over the solo of this property and we are glad to see it Let everybody put their buildupITUB following is a list of tho gentle men who havo been selected as election officers for Lincoln county In the pri mart to bo held tomorrow Saturday Stanford No 1B W Givens judge S K Dudderar judge J IIWilmott sheriff J R Powell clerk Stanford No 2J B Foster judge II R Saufley judge J D Wearen sheriff Leo Hill clerk Stanford No 3 William oieldsI judge J T Dudderar judge WC Shanks sheriff Dr 3 T Morris clerk Stanford No4Walter Holtzclaw judge E T Pence Sr judge James Haley sheriff Embry Beazlcy clerkI Crab Orchard No IR H Bro naugh judge P E Parrish judge J W Guest sheriff Robert Edmiston clerkCrab Orchard No 2S J Tatem judge W T Tucker judge J C Ma gee sheriff Sam Chandler clerk Waynesburg No IW F Camden judge R Y Ballard judge W D D JWoynesburgjudge Edmond Murphy judge Wal 1Wnynesburgjudge A A Crutchfield judge VG Speaks sheriff Eugene Hutchison J clerk Hustonville No IDen Ferroll judge Emmett McCormack judge T a Best sheriff J P Goode clerkIHustonville No 2Joo Williams 1ScudderIIHusEonvlllojudge Walter Martin judge Dave a Kennedy sheriff L B Owens clerk n CLOTHES French cleaned Cook Farmer rrTRY our new ball bearing lawn mow er W H Higgins Fon SALE postsCheap W L McCany Stanford REV W S will the Baccalaureate sermon to the graduates of the Hustonville Graded School at tho Christian church Sunday night next FOR SALE I manullw OMAR EKBSiiHOttenbelm Ky Pottofllcc Wnynesburg Ky SEASON OF 1909 Wo will stand at my farm near Preach AndersonJxetcolUni any Jack In tho county at n to In nlwstaadthesplendid Insureliving n e oulyultnnltednumlernfulires DELLee A S PRICESurgeon Dentist 4TANFORD KENTUCKY dice over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owaley Building SYLVER KING JR I t KJI Will mak ifilfv aa of iroD at my stable coltHllverhlRhlielOll or Htonewnll Jackson son of dntn llubblng Old Htonewall tonlwull JnkaouJd dam by Onbl elli IxjiliiKton Sd dnm n cel 4thdRmcounty Silver Klnccdnm waiMollIn Mnunco bv HlaclcHawkenVIII good jac- kNIGGER At tt to Insure a living colt Nigger II n MncxincK Ib1i hands4 years old nnd It a good Individual Hell by UlncKOloud und no by Tom Keene E W WHITKOcdnrOreeK on Stanford Orn1 Orchard piKe Dinwiddie feetHustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We carry an uptodate line of goods THE WARFIELD ishandstydlrlby IJox year old record iIIIalro of Hattlftton 4 ytRrold record American liolle ayrolUJiUM and IS others In IJlist n sun of 1111 record i3 i sire of Onward Hllver 2 64 and 170 others n tho fJSU list Onward was sired by George Wllkea 019 Kh4griblWHIIxoMnerddamliottetby Nutwood 000 tbo lire of 17ln 4th dam Topax by Btrathmore 4W ilro of 00 In the list NedbrThe Warfleld U a representative rtalllon all tho word Implies To say that be hat else substance nnd sped only In part em phasUo the qualities combined in this ion of Dare Devil Ho has them and they are of such symmetrical character as to make hIm a among many Ills bead and neck body feet and legs are perfect and when JandbreedingYouone Tho wnrfleld U the only italllon that liehalbrlno Intohen two Mambrtno Chief one OhUnesl Unwnnll George Wllkel 1 1 Nutwood 1 Htrathmore moro aliveTheWarlleld byMaulbrlnobyKleotlOllccrDure Devil U n groat winner Ho won the championship tho National Horse Hliow In 18N close 4 llrst National Hone Mhow In lions110wISKI class 10 National lodeHhow IIWO class 8 Unit National Horse Show inn class a lint National Horse Show IWXi ohms 10i wirer Boston UOflt dhow 1KB class reserve Boston Hone Show 1Jt close 1 lloston liana Hbow Iftll class 8i sea reservenOllontoullorsaShow 1003 class T Ho sired The HelenOOJS8XWillImoofromMaKln4leyKynt115to Insure B M OWENB McKinney Ky ntf 3 1 ot4 1 J Ladies Toped Neck Vests 7c 1 I r i1 Ladies White Foot Hose 10cI 1 Ladies Ribbed Top Hose lOc lExtra fine long cleave vests 26c V t Knee and ankle length pants 25c I f t Childrens Nazareth Union Suife60c I i tl A 16o childrens ribbedihose slight iratrfectibus 10cI27x54lUcbelvel rug 8125 Orll feet Brussels Drugget 810M 1 OneFourth offaU Spring Suits s Best Corset IS American Iady I Give the Boys and Girls a chance Put Educat Shoes on them t80 inch all Linen Suiting 25c 00inch Linen Sheeting 08c tBest 81 and 150 Kid Gloves to be had fitted tI tIle hand rfk J L R Hughes T W Humble W O Martin Skirts YV Old Linen washtJ J d I Suits v M L We are offering exceptional values in both Skirts and Lijibu Wash Buil8The very latest styles and all colorpii NX l i- Ladies Linen Wash Suits from 8500 to 8S00 J g price 8750 to 812 J r Everybody knows that the QUEEN is tho lest I Ski made We have them in Voiles Panamas Ac PrcVs frog i Ti f 5350 to 81450 Regular prices from 85 to 1 TVLv rflf + Come to gee us and jvo will convince you that w ev aregiv n t = j rcto ttJt 1 i tr HUGHES MARTIN vfok l 411 Dry Goods Notions Shoes rSTANFORD KENTUCKY Ir IT JSN IoU JLONltUI I t t ti We want the custom of your friends quite as much as wee want yours and wo proposed sell them by pleasing you When you com fhs for your SUMMER SUIT wo are going to give you BO good n one for your moneybe that much or little that youll be glad to tell your friends about us and about the clothes we sell After all thats the best kind ot advertising there is We have iffY just received another shipment of noliby patterns and they are the PILE OF STiLEmakc W E Perkins Crab Orchard Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of J COUNTRY PRODUCE 5 in Lancaster Stanford Hustonville and Brodhead H B NORTHCUTT Stanford u FARMERS IGet busy and give your orders for Fertilizer I have the nicest tine of Buggies Surreys Phictous and Runabouts that I over handled Call and look before buying Also McCormack Machines i i Globe Fertilizer for Tobacco mid Corn Sec the Krause Pivot Axlo Riding Cultivator r E T PENCE STANFORD U 1F 6 bC h tgij UL J i d 1TRANSFER MONEY is sv LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEJ44 FOR SATES APPLY TO LtCAL MANAfER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COHPAHV INCCIIPCMTCaa J a tI R 4i f The Interior Jo nat Mrtmdin the Pot Oire at tanford ei i ucl4N matter t L X N TINE BLE NotlHoUthll r No 38 Houth 1103 AX No 24 Nortb 440 AIM PYiNoS3l40PX JOS S RICE gent W H LAIR Husto ville Ky faa ddl a nice tine of mOOERIKS to of yourpatronngoFreshfoeisntthe Low fit Prlceala his motto I The Jawph Price Janatwlum North LnncastcrHtreet Stanford Kentucky Vor Treatment of Dlsonseiof tho Nose Throat tar OenltoUrlnlrr Recta Or i unnfNervouiSystem andSurgery GEORGE HUR Gaits Stallion at 110 to Insure aLlv tog Colt l n good Mule Jack at the same vVco and on same conditions a IjAUOHiiAX Stanford Ky l flOe Ptultry Ralttrs I inrollue of year to feed your fowls sma4 cures Cholera Gapes t i an Ha umberneckwhenfedes1 1 n ofly keeps them healthyF rca ounnopwyqueranleed A try ivt for booklet on diseases i jgI Curablea prepuatton Sot 11 a lf itching r l j yegNia that sense akin and isuy t rjtta c4ikkly WaWy cJf by this remukablc Alt Write for sour yr W Raee MedCaSaLouisIH- aI onq Drug Store 1 DorscyrGoIdduit 12052 Full ttothpr to Kstelle No SID Blmlby ll l flolIdu t4WO iby Oold p list ISO n moot Morgan anti on to ttlnMor n edam r jfTlcndt Oolddmt was by an Arabb fialllon Xllcmll UoUldust It FlorenceI t lame t6rwy V rOoldt n a Jo Chief a son of Uads Comet 1 i1Organtit Mor no 1uip alb rich 1 f l clSpolnt bands high 1 of great beauty andiactlon with aped ndurnnco ants lp rteI prudue 1 b1 class htT a hatern s1 rt rcordl Iwtii 14 r u A + de rtngs rov L how and wjle hor e+ + The present sheen wIlNlwt made at my boot V S rill ice hem Stanford at 20 to hens colt duo when colt comesor atln01klbllltyfornQcldentsorescapt9 F ItrIDi King Eagle Jr PZBlOHEK81rtd by 8 T Harris King I Eagle Vol eAHlt H No S5XI ho by Royal S5M be On Time 745 he by Htonewalt JnoknoniHoral Kings lit dam Mollle wns uy the noted Cnbbt aoloxington KSKing Eagles tat dam HIp3t7sshe by Kagle nlyd lUll he by Old King Kaglo 731 2nd dllm Nee 14011 dam by lfarrla Denmark he b Miller ben perk 43 4th dam by Jim Belll horoughbred King Knale Jrs let dum was Mollle Prennonshe by Old cot- NovlrKimg una hue to Davy Kngle Jr Is four years old dark white hind toot nice mono and tallstands full 18 bands high weight l well withplentytofspeedA combined stallion style and action and his colts show that he Is a splendid breeder lie will make theses fon of lJU9ntmy burn one tulle West of Waynesburgon Fishing Creek ut JIO to In jasdWrted with or brrdtlro where without my consent forfeits the In surance nnd the money becomesdueatauch transnctloa Oars will be taken to prevent accidents but not rellon1ble hould IIIIY oc curPhone In residence Wayncsburg Formers Exchange OOnAIDWKLI d HON It K D No 4 Waynesburg Ky Ja L Beazley Co DnderUiKera and Embalm ere Also Deniers in Furniture I SIattingaBuge They I will exchange Furniture for- aUc Kinds of Stock Give r Thtm a Call iricea Right ThPOgD KENTUCKY rr JvC McClary i Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery P STANFORD KY eePkone107 Homeflioue 6 I t PARKERS DEPARTMEHT FOR SALE Good boggy mare H G Lutes Stanford Two fresh Jersey cows for sale E T Beazley Stanford Lost red yearling steer Left about May 5 Reward H Held Stanford Australia has more unemployed area in proportion to the population than any other country George Potta bought the McGraw farm of 9G acres on the Lebanon pike near Danville at 72 The Swift Company has bought the La Blancha Cattle Ranch at a purchas ing price as announced of 7800000 G W Vermillion the Stanford pike farmer has sold his crop of 60 acres of wheat to Anderson Spillman at 1 AdvocateJ the Lancaster pike farmer has sold his crop of 5500 pounds of hemp to E F Spears Son of Lancaster at 525 Advocate Cronbach Bros of Mt Vernon Ind have sold their large com crop of 15 000 bushels to a Henderson Ky firm The price paid was 73c perbushel Beau Naboth will make the 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 G and C P Cecil advertise this Issue three of their magnificent Stallions Dr Munsofa 2081 Gen Brightheart 2131 and Gen Adele 2071 All are by Gam betta Wilkes 219J the greatest living sire of harness speed These horses weroshown here Monday and they at tracted much attention FOR SALEGray mare 15 hands high city broke gentle anywhere sin gle or double To appreciate this mare you must see and derive her Trained and can step Ji30 gait to buggy hat small blemishes on knees otherwise sound Will sell cheap at once Lutes Bros Turnersville Kr Here and There duntingtort Va went wet bf There are 727 children of school ago inDanvilleThe council of Charleston W Va has voted that city dry G H Buchanan an aged and respect ed citizen of Taylor county is dead James Marcum has been appoint ed postmast ita Jackson county Kinderbgpkhroom was destroyed by fire A call for a conference on city planning has been issued the proposed conference to be held in Washington on May 21 and 22 The Court of Appeals of New York in an opinion holds that the American Tobacco Company cannot be forced to sell to any person Supreme Court of New York decided that the proprietors of sight see- lag automobiles in New York cannot draw color line among passengers Twenty workmen are believed to have been drowned as the result of the sinking of a gasoline launch in the OhIo River at Schoenville nearlPittsburg Charles Smith of Pendleton county started to punish his child when his grown son interfered The two men quarreled and Smith shot his son in the head with a shotgun The jury in the case of Capt Peter C Haines t S A charged with the murder of William E Annis on August 15 4908 brought in a verdict of guilty hter in the first degree at Fluting N Y The will of the late Bradford Shin kle of Covington probated in that city disposes of an estate of more than a million dollars Several bequests tot charity ire made one of 10000 to the Protestant Childrens Home of Cdv IngtonILived 152 Years Wm Parr Englands oluest man married the third time at 120 worked in the fields till 132 and lived 20 years longer People should bn youthful at 80 James Wright of Spurlocx Ky shows how to remain young Ifeol just like a 10yeaold boy he 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 deed found the greatest cure on earth Theyre a godsend to weak sickly run down or old people Try them 50o at Pennys Drug Store Little Uavey Solan is forever asking questionsYoud better keep still or sgmethln will happen to you It his tired mother finally told him one night Curiosity once killed a cat you know It Daveywas so impressed with this that he kept silent for three minutes Then Say mother what was it the cat wanted to know Everybodys Magazine HenpeckHear about tho awful affliction that your friend Strag yesterday 7 HendersonNo what was it 7 HenpeckMy wife eloped with sum The peach crop may a fajlure be- DowfinoldDclaware But the Summer girl wont fail us Therefore we dont care Daisy What do you do when a man steps on your drew 7 DoraI look M Fred does when task him to pay for it 1 Stock of for MerchandiseII aro1I desire to sell privately my stuck ol caries and Hardware Doing bust ness Will invoice x lieaion 111 health UEO D110IVEItStanford Ky I MASONS MEET a Lincoln Lodge No O Kt AM will tnce i n stated communication on each nrat end third Monday nights of i noh month at 7a oclock In their hall on main ttreeet atan ford Ky Members of sister lodges nro fraternally Invited to be present T W len nlngton Hc- cSURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING I am prepared to do all kinds ot workanti civil engineering promptly My will bo guaranteed end my prloes are reasonable Write me at MoKlnner or call me over tho telephone through the lluttonvlll WALTER MOKINNKY Harry Jacobs Dealer In anti Manufacturer of Marble and Cranlte Monu- mentsMarkers and Posts Cemetery and Lawn Vase and Settees Ollloo and works Mo Kinney Ky PEYTON I will stand my tine mule Jock Peyton at m farm at Morelnnd Kyat ft to Insur a living colt Also will stand a standardbred registered ctalllon and three one young Jack will be permitted to servo a few mares free to my regular customers where they breed throe mares ormoreU n KINO When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by n tailor oi ax pertence Then your clothenesieveninprice business suit clothes will have that Individuality and ni which plainly Indicate they wore made to your measure I will also take your mean pro for extra trousers fancy vests topcoats and overcoats Hprlng and Hummer samples on hand ready your Inspection IlOltUlLYtheTalloljtStanford IItching SkinDiseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form if Itching Skin or Scalp disease AU Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUGSTORE FARM FOR SALE L The form of HOacrr of C ti grassland lyla OIUJ anile orl bro VKInnoyoi the Htunford pike lIT enU11I1 and fencing good v inter and fruit Also JSS r timlierxt land one mill astot V snomhalfunderfenceplenty OftrI1Ud good tolwcco land t4te grow ngcrop itt McKinney ley CUT FLOWERS FOR SAlri 1 cnn furnttb the public with tb well as the freshest of cut flowers i all kinds bulbs potted flowers t notice Also make a specialty of for for funeral purposes In connection wUh tht noon 11 kinds of vegetables on hand ut ron prices CIIUI8TMAX UflKKX IIOCBI r- KD ilCIIUAHl Ikl- Htanforq J DR E C TEST Successor Dr H L Casey Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Graduate of Chicago Veterinary College Ihone Si Office at D K Logans Stnble DANVILLE KY CURLEY i = r Illack JneVwlth wlnt hoary 1 a dy and proved n I breeder He Is by Illack Hatln 1st dam Wll HaniDottons mJulI1 JOCK of Madlionhli dam ltv John Morgan out ol njunnetby Jot Und Will talld at 1I1Y pl8collt JIIgh laoU at S3 Jor horse mule and 17 for mare nxili LIen retained on colts to secure sea rn money TOM DWJLLIAM8 Highland Ky CHOICE GOODS Fouled May 8 Ill black with willie point ltlgTomnet t47 by Imported Jumbo will make the season of 1C03 at my tarot 2 miles from llustonvllle on tho lllnckplkuu aJi for and JIO for mares to Insuro I will also stand several other jacks nt II0 for mares Also several stallions at 10 to Insure n living colt Grass furnished at Ll per month Jennets or mares parted with forfeits tho Insurance nnd makes season money dUll JK UAUmiMAN lluttonvllli Ky PRESTON KING KoKNoBC03ARH It Beautiful bay saddlo stallion 1WJ4 Minds foaled June Mft Jill sire was the greatest show horse In Kentucky Ho has balance high action and tho speed Indicated by these bloodlines lie has tho long thin neck strong short back dellcute bend well tat heavy tall tint bone clean hock and good foot nnd eyes so cliarauterlstlo of tho got of tho Denmark We feel that 1reston Klugi speed action und Individuality must amid tot 10 merit of our Kentucky horses und we ask for him n Hbornl patronage This rich ly bred young borso has nil the qualities ol n sire lone and style Ills throuRwelectedgreatest thaw horse of tits day winning nt all anti horse shows taking the blue string at St Louis winning SIInIYou seethat irestou King can not but ban great saddle horse Hire Ills dam Nelly ym was by VanMetern King 1st tracing to dgetoWashingtonWashinglontipyOromwall King TWby HIyerXlogbyOn Time by Wonts eboWhoneLexington by Olsfs Illuclc Hawk F H sire Dam Hello by Ulioderlck 101 by Mnmbrlno bytorpsdamn Maud 40 by K H- TxutleMareewlll bo kept nt SUO1r month nt owners risk The receive the most eareMI attention Mares sold Or parteQwith ftrfelts insurance anal tbuleo- beeornduo iii placeatsloone ur swt1IaurLPhone lfel 4 r I TruthIWho is IUf fering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp di east can find relief and be permanently cured by Zemo a clean liquid fo externaluse All durggists sell ZEMO PENNYS DRUG STORE FINE FARM IN GARRAPID COUN TY FOR SALE t A lint blue fnrin for sato situated on Ikeneurlulnt tonvell and six lnlks- south of Lancaster coiitnlnliiR Yet acres well located in i ood neighborhood being part of the John WnUor tract with a hniu Homo now twostory sevenroom residence thereon with Rllll t8aIIrrolltnlldlolllIlIdR- ood new Uirn never falling springs and crwk running Ihrough TEHMA 4cask In hand balance one null two years from day of sale bearing six percent Interest until raid Iersons looking fur place please write or see w O WAIKICR Btantord Insures Tobaccf snit Tsbacco Iarns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The rUKC MIn STANFORD KY Residence Phone M Omee M Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedCONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds ot con cretlng as Work Pavement and In fact we ran make any thing moat p house down to a fence post Wo can serve you guarantee nrtclftll work and material Call and Ret our prices before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky CHESTER JEWEL My stallion Chester Jewel black 1v hands high will make the season of Iltw lit m stable four miles West of Crab Orchard atmouthofehdarOreukut IIS to Insure is living colt Kr l br Chester Dare 1st dam by Hoeond Jewel this iaare is the datn of a mare that sold for tM o nd darn liy Holmes IJrnnnon and dam Anna UuforU by Montlo 4th dam lleuln by nOltonlith damn by Kpsllon etl dam by Old Denmark 7th dRill by Uolyer Money duo when colt Is fouled or mare traded or turned Mares grasclpt Ux w month all bills ju Hl PIIIOl of marvs not Tr ite or awldonti or M JOHN W HOLMEH Crab Orchard Ky At McKinney Ky Voucnii nnd our Htandnnl Remedy the in pillelnx yet known lncisseofnheumntlsm Halt Uh um KIll arising Iron 1010 blood It has no equal It Is manu i n- 04luennteellbythemanufaeturerl v H taken accordliiR to r q not Itnellhd by the us- ea tI T ly we will return your money a nothing more packng I doer with a registard guaron i tulltnstuctionsllutom I H passage or six tor ronlvr box today If taken In tuiyht save a big doctor bill It you take tbe lIemld1 second tritctlon and are not t your dollar back You will not tviueOy In drug stores for sale It i iuly bY our tlul authorised agents HfcUllKN Agent Safeguard the Future 1 The safest surest and mo t adequute safe Kunrdfor the future Is a policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Colt Is conspicuous for economical manage ment liberality of Its policy contracts fair dealing with Its members nnd large return to policy holders The comp nr 1s Just csterlss the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR of n successful business career with more all policy other holders companies la combines Rritethfr particulars stntlng age and whether mar rledorsln toft IINEwfAN1 Myers house KlalsHtnnford Jetties I White Hollcltor for Hockcattto Co DIGNITY DARE 1982 Muhogony lay JriY hands hlali weight lao pounds perfectly sound Trotted in- 2e and racks fast lias live distinct gaits Itluo string horsa trout colt to present date Never defintrd In model ring except by hli two colts Defeated head In model rlni at Jlnrrodibtirg Colts very kind to brook and unusually Intelligent treat breeder for high action colts uniform breed er neyergotasorrrlcolb Ills colt first In stake ring for I JIarrodsburg 1WH suckling Colt first In harness ring nt Htati Fair blscolts nvpraglng JVi sold nrnvernge price of Sill luijxiru high- shoulderlong tapering necks and good hOlllls to 1 Heasouof tow In IInllonlIIe nt IS to Insure n live colt or23 the season Money for season due ut time of lint sore vice Dignity Dam Is too well known to make further mention M him necessary Dignity Dare was HBViTdefinKd In n hen- irnss ring furnished at tlhl ior mpQth Care taken to prevent nccliient and vscnpo but not responsible any occur Mores moved traded with or bred to another horse tilnkus service money due Phone In 0 HCAIIPENTJItllustontlllellblted D I INSURANCE R B MAHONY Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds oj Farm I Property Everything Everywhere Light I ning Fire Tornado LifeLive Stock Health and Accident Plate Q lass Surety on Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount t 0 Cecilian ParkDANVILLE KENfQOKYtStallions for Service 1909 I M GAMBETTA WILKES 219 14 The only stallion living or dead that over sired 200 or moro with records of 2JO anti better I Founder of tile greatest familof show nnd race horses in tht1J world Ills colts won more premiums at the VforMn Columbia I 1 Exposition than that of anyotlier eirc IildtIcceu fc ante jlid tho eamo at the Worlds Fair held at St Louis His descendants are noted for their gameness and good deposition whether on the road on tho track or in tho show ring t f k DR MUNSON N 4 years oMI Race record 208j thb champion 4 year old pacing stallion of 1007 Will stand at Shb to iiisimsii Ihhg coltII 1 GENERAL BRIGHTHEART Kacq record 210k Trial in a race 2131 trotting Will eland at to i 820 to future A living colt GEN ADELLE 4 years old Mace record 210J trial in a race 207 Will stand at 815 to Insure a living colt Dr Munson 208J Gen IlrSghthcart 21Uh Gen Adcllo 210 arc all sons ot Garahet aWilkc 210 Mares will bo kept at 81 pee week at owners risk Mares sold or parted with forfeit insurance and season becomes due For stallion A ii t cards and herJi formation address C 8 C P CECIL Danville Ky MY LINE O- FTROUSERS Is Now Complete For Th- eSPRINdandSUMMER Better than over handled beforo for the Price Also the most uptodate line of Mens andes Oxfords In any style you wish Cull and let us show you what we have SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KYt 3 i- r JL TJ You Will Make No Mistake in Buying Th- eBrbwnRiding andWalk fig Cultivators Come in and look at them Screen Doors Screen Windows Screen Cloth Etc in All Sizes J Shall be Glad to See YoulI W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentuckyt MILLINERY The Charles Wheeler Emporium Hustonville Ky Invitesyou to the largest MILLINERY SE LECTION we have ever shown 04 Styles up to tho minute Prices beyond competition We also state that out Spring Lino is now complete To save money come and see and be convinced Our Spring Lino of Shoes for Ladios Missoa and Children and t our line of Gents Shoes will certainly please Hnnau and Walkover lines are hummers and are strictly reliable Yours fur nu hoittat d1C- UARLB8WUEELEir 4 w- n t ip t IYn