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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i l l S it= I = I 0 tiIl ri i S 1 tfl THE INTERIOP JOUR Allf t ftt ItoL XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 18 1909IiOEN j 11 jDont Forget the Date I l r L j r 1I1 I 1 1 FI j i i 17 nice building lots including the magnificent brick home of the Col Thomas P Hill It f ralsoone hundred and fifty acre farm at auction 9i i r One Lot Will Be Given Away Absolutely J r Ir t SN f i t f t tifRegistration opens promptly at 9 AMand closes at 130 P M It5 Sale of lots begins promptly at 130 P M r y Saturday May 22 1909 j Florence Hughes McCarty Stanford I Kyi HUSTONVILLE Born to tho wife of Thomas Best of Moreland a fine boy Boyd Best Commencement oxorcleoa of tho graded school will bo held on the 21st M Dr Alcorn has returned from an extended professional trip to Wattsburjj Pcfvn Material for completo barn patterns any size on hand and for sale by C M SippleItl or Fredjoffers of tho Kentucky Wa I gon Co la spending a tow days with friends in this vicinity The primary election ball game and county meeting on Saturday thronged the streets and gave an old time hum to business I John Lynn sold to Foreatus Reid 72 1i00 pound cattle at a good price Mc- Cormack Myers Vaughn shipped a car of cattle and hogs to Cincinnati at Jc and 5c respectively Our graded school term closes Friday an J Prof Mclntyres friends regret to give him up Ho fa an excellent educa tor and It Is hoped our trustees will as sure his return The determination of a young lady in our city to succeed Is certainly an example worthy to be followed She Works in the telephone exchange at night and after breaktast goes to school t until 2 r M Mrs Anna Blain and daughter of relativcsEthe guest of Miss Florence Epperson Miss Sarah Curti has returned from a visit to friends at Louisville and Bloom ifleW decided to go West I will sell at a bargain 107 acres of Lincoln coun ty land 1QO acres In grass balance in timber Fine hemp tobacco and corn Jand good buildings fine neighborhood on pike and rural route Address Box 101 Hustonvllle Ky It Arrangements have been completed for opening a new street running from the north corner of A J Adams lot on Danville Avenue West two squares connecting with Second street at tho old Nan property This will open up a number of desirable building lots and they will be placed on the market On the evening of May 28th there will be a musical at Alcorns Opera House under the direction of Miss Mello Hopper anslsted by Mrs Nannle Riffe and a corps of artists Reserved seats will be on sale at Crit Rlffea store be ginning May 24Xhe ladles of the C r1 W B M ask your patronage as the proceeds are for the Masters cause The county meeting convened here ofSaturdyPreeldent Carter calling the Frazee aeslat ant State Sunday school evangelist led i I the singing W G Montgomery con ducted tho devotional exercises Rev Willis made an address on Advantages I of Cooperation Eldr D W Case of Lexington mnde a strong speech on Doing Greater Works than Christ Did Eld J G Livingston then mndeI his reportahowltiK that much accomplished in a short time and called attention to much that remained to be done Tho convention was then favor ed with a solo by Miss Kato Warriner Revs D M Walker and J Q Mont gomery gave interesting talks After luncheon tho crowd listened to anum ber or good nddrcMca and adjourned to meet again at the call of tho committee IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Jesse Branham who killed J A Tompkins in Clinton county was held in 1000 Tho residence of L P Hunter ut Somerset was destroyed by fire entail ing a 3000 loss Mrs Mary Ann Abell one of tho oldest and beatknow citizens of Leba non died suddenly Col Richard T Owen en exConfed crate and a prominent citizen of Shelby is dead at an advanced age Judge C M Lillard aged 00 and a resident of Anderson county attend ed tho Baptist Convention in Louisville and took part In its deliberations Tho City Council of Lebanon has of feted 50 roward for the arrest and conviction of the persons who placed tho Cody of an Infant found dead in the outskirts of the city Joys And Sorrows of Spring Spring rains- Rheumatic pains Spring frost v Crops lost s 7 Spring freezes- Vaicawheezes0 Spring mu- dSlipthud J Radishes onions Aching bunions Nice fresh lettuce Grip to fretus Trees abloomin Flies a coming Birds aainglng Skeeters zinging Fllprflop weather Soaked shoe leather i Rainatick stealers Hose Revealers Springtime mopers Springtime dopers and SQriagyp91E tomes on tomee Kansas City StarS d NEWS NOTES ITho State Bank at Franks town Tex was dynamited and robbed The robbers escaped with about 4000 John Gallagher one of the best known farmers in the Burgin section died in Lexington from the effects of a fall The Russell Springs property sold last Saturday for 3775 Charles Win troy and Phelps Broil were the pur chasersAt Clark county Will Fraley and Winkler renewed an old quarrel and Winkler was shot twice through the body Three men were killed and 12 others injured by a dynamite explosion on a quarter boat on tho Florida East Coast railway extension Threo persons were killed ands num ber of others injured by a tornado which wrecked tho town of Hollis Kan Thero was great damage to property Mnj Albert E II Johnson one of the oldest patent attorneys In the Unit ed States died at Washington in his 83rd year following a stroke of apoplexy The grand jury at Cincinnati has indicted Charles Reichel and Frank Frledrick Jr Republican election of ficers and John Carrigan and Frank Knolls Democatic election officers on thocharge of fraudulently writing in poll books In the United States District Court at London Logan G Evans of Clay county pleaded guilty to forging an affi davit filed with his application for a pension and was sentenced to one year and one day in tho United States prison at AtlantaGa In a shooting at a public entertainment at Dryden Lee county Va R M Young an employo ofthe internal revenue service and William Bailey a telegraph operator were shot and in stantly killed while Williaifj Jeasec another young man was seriously wounded Dr William Osler in addressing the national antituberculosis organization at Washington said that consumption was no longer a problen for clans but that several generations- would pass before tho people were thoroughly aroused to the necessity of fighting the disease Charles W Caldwell of Columbus Ind who recently gained notoriety by trying to bring aut to oust Secretary of State Knox was shot by Augustus Remy of Elizabethtown mod who declares he found Caldwell in an arbor where he had made a tryst with Remy s young daughter Caldwell was wounded In the leg when arrested His wife recently sued him for divoce I tZvt 1 dSPECIAL SALE OF SILKSruTuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday May 18th to 22nd Thousands of dollars worth of this seasons latest and FancyDressPrices will be extremely low and for this sale only We quote savingyouSilk Stock goes in this sale even all staple black and colored silks I HALF PRICEWe will offer about 30 pieces of Assorted Taffetas in white pin k Taffetas75c Yard We will offer a lot of Fancy Dress Silks r consisting of Stripes and Figured Silks that sold at 85c and 1 yard at 50c yard for choice rv3 75c Yard Best 36 inch Taffetas in black and colors were 1 55c Yard 24 inch all silk Satin Foulards 15 styles were 75c 33 l3c 27 inch Rajah Style Silks reduced from 59c c 55c Choice of all Striped Messalines that sold at 75c 75c Choice of all our finest Foulards were 1 No samples will be sent out at sale prices i QrDANVILLE KENTUCKYI + + n +w M The Interior Journal Eo c WALTON JUDGE M C SAUFLEY defeated Judge John Sam Owsley Jr for the democratic nomination for circuit judge carrying every county in tho 13th judi cial district As this paper stated last iwue It took no hand In tho primary and ICreiteratw what it said congrat ulating the victor and sympathizing with the vanquished Tho Courier Journal claims the nomination of Judge Saufley a victory for the whisky ele meat but such is not tho case We know of many warm temperance people who1 were teeth and toe nail for Judge Saufley The whisky question should never have been injected In the race and the temperance people now sees their error Judge Saufley has proven his fitness for the position by 11 years on the bench and ho will again demonstrate that he is the ablest cir cult judge In tho State There is the usual talk about the nominee being de feated in November by a republican but such ia the worst kind of tommy 1 rot Judge Saufley will win and win easy Infact we doubt that tho rev publicansjwill have the temerity to put- a man against him Judge Owsley who made the race against Judge Saufley Is well known In this district and his many friends sympathize with him inhis defeat Ho Is a good lawyer and I well equipped to make a fine judge The editor of this paper voted for him in the race but is quite as warm for Judge Sanfloy now as hewas for Judge Owsley Saturday EDITORIBECKUAMS to Mr- Wattersonslrenunciatlon of his miser able toolMcNutt after using him for all he is worth is one of the clearest cut and most stinging articles that we have seen in many a day The ex governor in an editorial in the State Jour L nal shows the fallacy of Mr Watter sons damnable Poll Parrot iteration that a Democrat can dot be a prohibi tionist and says that his being one does o not effect his party standing any more than his taking the other side of the proposition Thequestion of prohibi tion is going to be settled by the pee pe and should no more divide the demo cratic party than it has the republican party The article closes with an ape peal that every true democrat will endorse Democrats may differ updn this e matter just as they differ upon religion literature social affairs or any other subject but the StateJTJournal simply asks that they stand reunited aggrea sive and hopeful that by wise and sensible action they may restore this State to Democracys control and do their part towards the ultimate redemption of the Federal government from the power of the Republican party TUB Texas Legislature has passed an amendment to the appropriation for the State Industrial School providing that girls ihall be taught millinery and dress making butjin no case are they to be taught to make a hat to cost more than 20 or a dress more than 50 No hat shall be more than eight inches indiam eter and none shall be made the brim k of which turns down shaped like a peach basket bread tray or wash board Those legislators certainly have great heads on them Taxation county unit bills and the pressing subjects worry them not Womens apparel must be regulated even if the rest of the busi ness goes undone Pity such wise men can not legislate for the universe it would be a greatrelief to us male mortals U THEY do things somewhat differently in China For instance a man charged with a capital crime Is beheaded and investigation as to the truthof the charge made afterwards Five officials had their heads cut off forJit was alleged aiding the Boxers It turned out that they were nor guilty and a royal edict has restored their reputation but not their heads and a pecuniary indemnity has been bestowed upon their families The five headless officials are not in con dition to appreciate the humor of the joke TUB Rev Fred Hale who we believe once held a revival at the Baptist church here advances the singular proposition that God Almighty and not Banker Parrish of Owensboro is rev- sponsiblelforthe wrecking of the Sav ings Banklbf that city by which hun dreds of poor people widows and ore phans were robbed of their scanty funds If the Rev Hale is in earnest bo roust have a mighty poor opinion of Him Whom he professes to serve MR WANAUAKER says that the fact that 2418242 worth of diamonds were imported last month and a large increase in the importation of automobiles indi cates that prosperity Is coming to its own again It may be for Mr Wana maker and his class of millionaires but the wage earner sees no improvement with no increase in his pay and every thing ho has to buy soaring heaven in price It ill ever thus The Ifyich can ride in chases thu poor must yalk be Jasus1 fr file government Washington pays 360000 a year for rubber bands Tie estimate on red tape is not given but it must be immense I J A I MARYLAND baa a direct ptmary law whichprovldee that the candidates mus pay the expense of the election whether they have opposition or not Senator Rayner has no opposition but he must pay 17000 for the privilege of being a candidate to succeed himselfIt This seems to be a very foolish will take more than two years salary from the Senator without reason TUB twoheaded chicken in York State is attracting n good deal of atten tion When one of the heads tries ti go one way and the other in some other direction the bird finally performs like a whirling dervish This would be a very tame affair down here in Ken tucky where we have gotten used t the polical antics of the CourierJour nal I A LEARNED court In New York decided in the case of a Woman who sued- a municipality for being thrown down by bad pavements that tho fact tha she had on high heel shoes made her guilty of contributory negligence arid undeserving of damages Thus do pride and fashion go before a fall and knock out chances for reparation GREAT indeed our statesmen On the same day that news came that Roosevelt had killed another camelo pard the intelligence was shed abroad that Taft had outstripped all rivals a golf u POLITICAL In the democratic primary election for State Senator in the 12th district J C Graham defeated W O Jones by about 500 majority Former Mayor R J Rawlings o Lenox Tenn was killed and several other persons were seriously injured in a street car collision In Memphis Again the Committn on Finance was upheld when the Senate voted down an amendment by Senator Cummins to lower the duty on round iron etc by a vote of 35 to 42 Maj Albert E H Johnson one of the oldest patent attorneys in th United States died at Washington in his 83d year following a stroke of apoplexyE Shelman the Irvington banker and politician has announced as a can didate for the State Senate in the Tenth Senatorial district subject to the action of the Democratic party Senator Culberson the minority lead er presented to the Senate a state ment prepared by Democratic members of the Finance Committee detaining the increase which the amended Payne bill makes over the rates of the Ding hy bill James J Hill the railroad magnate called on President Taft and expressed the belief that if the tariff agitation was cut off short and the oratorical steam in Congress was shut off the country would begin a great era of prosperity at an early date Senator Paynter is speaking for relief to the tobacco growers by the repeal of a tax He Is speaking for relief to the publishers by free paper and wood pulp He is speaking for relief by a reduction- of duties on imported typesetting ma chines Senator Paynter believes in relief through a reduction of taxes not by taxing other persons for the benefit of constituentsDr defeated Hon C S Templeman for State Senator in the democratic primary Saturday in the district composed of Harrison Robert son and Nicholas counties Mathers ran on straight democratic platform and refused to commit himself on the prohIbition question Templeman was an ardent supporter of the county unit bill at the last session of the General Assembly MATRIMONIAL Lew Holmes Walls 22 and Miss Ota Walls 15 were married last week Allen Best and Miss Ruth Powell popular young people of Boyle were married at Perryville J L Wren a third timer and Mrs Serena Owsley twice married were united in marriage at David Reynolds last week Mrs Dora RichardsonCIayBrock Thomas only 25 years old has been divorced three times She was known- as the child wife of Cassius AI Clay To The Democrats Of The 13th Judicial District Of Ken tucky With gratituderormy friends who fought so valiantly for me and especially with many thanks to Rey T W Barker for the interest he manifested In my behalf 1 submit to the will of the democratic party Many false hoods were circulated on me during the campaign some of them totally without any foundation Wishing that the saloon will never again be opened up in any county of this district and hereby tendering my services to do all in my power in the future to accomplish this result behaving that n man can be a democrat and a local optionist I am yours truly J S OWSLEY Jit One man was killed and several others were injured by the explosion of a neatFairportI Mies Carolina Stele of Kentucky Is to be chief maid of honor C r the Con federate reunion at Memphis W H LAIR Hustonvllle Ky totMEATMAKKuTandasksaportionoryourpntronnge est Prlcella nil motto Q D CARTERN- ew Liver Depot Street Phone 00 8T NFO DKENTUCKY PEYTONIJack Peyton nt my fnrm nt Moreland Kynt tstolnturn living colt regltertlowill be permitted to serve a few tutu free to my regular customers where they breed three mare ormoreU D KINO The Truth Every person in this city who issuE feting from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp die eSe can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi externaluse All durEgists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNTY FOR SALE I A flue blue urns farm for late situated on tulletwell located In good neighborhood being part of the John walker tract with A land owe new twoltor sevon room residence tlInrloutbulldlnlllalldgood never roiling springs and creek through TEHM8 34 cash In hand balance on and two years from dar of sale bearing six per cent Interest untlrnulU- Perioni for luch plnco write 01VALxkBStanforddf Lincoln Squirrel Tied bey jyenrsold black potntl6 handt tAllroodaet In high mounted boulder a combined bred borne but I use him only In barnes and a more perfect harness horse I have neversinncnnstepveryfestwlthextremehigh be one of tho belt itallloni In State to breed to to get good hlghclau walktrot youelie some yearling anil two year old colts that I Invite breeders to see 1rniOKKR Lincoln squirrel wa1 sired bv Marion by 1tlacksquirrel- Dig he lllnckfcagleH no by King Wil ham n67MariosquirrelnrstdambyOreen ForflMessenger by Messenger fall brother to Maude Messenger record 216- 2nd dam Maria I epauw by Mnmbrlno Star light n full brother to Lady Thorn S4 and dam Mollie Urow by Helm1 Yorkshire lllack Hqulrrel grand ilrn Is the sire of more noted highclass saddle hones than any other horse In the world such as High land Itonmnrk Cheater Inre Red Squirrel and runny others Will make the season or 1SO at my Iher burn In Stanford at f llOHo Insure a living colt Money duo when colt Is foaled or mare parted with Red Light Red sorrel horw 4 yean old It hand high extra weight and bone Hired by famou roadster and tire Red Leaf who la too well known to nil horsemen to need description and pedigree ho by O K Olnyli 1st dam by lied Wilkes lied Light lat clam was Tiny Maid t Ceclllan 2lUfonof the great Oamlwtta Wllkei 2nd dam Nell by Ualsora3nldnm Noonday- by St Klinn 4th dam Midnight by Pilot Jr 6th dam Twilight by Lexington bib dom Darkness by Wagner Iotferlng the services of this promulng stnlllon we feel into In saying thatyoung atzx style form speed nod action that be I bound to prove n great took horse Will stand nt my livery tarn In Htanford at IS to Inure it living moo ey duo when colt Is foaled or maro parted with Do lure to see him before breeding your good mare U n JAZrEY fllnnrord Ky Chester Peavine 8184 UESCimTloxAMnUiiKKiHXfi Kourjeiirs old 133 bonO n aright day l ur hone conformation and action Hired hy Rex eovlnll111o1 ho by Ilex McDonald KJI First dam Mis + Madison M by Uhetter Dare 10 Second dnm by 1oavlne 8J Third dam by Stonewall Jackson 11- NoTK Thls horse needs no introduction to the people of tbll county He tins been before the public silicon twoyenrohl and his show record Is known to It to- say he WHS shown all over Kentucky last season by U T Bandldgo nnd met defeat only afewtlme He want around nohorse showed every week against all ages Insweep stoko addle rings and was never further back than second He II a show horse un der saddle In harness he has won quite n number of roadster rings He defeated all ages at Nlcholatvlllo In big roadster ring You see from his breeding be bus two crosses of Mack Squirrel two of of Stonewall Joehon If you are lootIng for fashionable saddle horsu blood hero It is Hee him nnd sea him do and you will breed to him Will serve a limited number of mares at I po to Insure a living colt ALL PEAVINE Hubject to Resister TbU horse Is three years old a red torrelagood ghapod ono and in good gaited one as will find anywhere lie Iii I6S handhigh was shown all over the Statelaat year and Will only defeated twice by two year old stallions onco under luddl and onco In harness Defeated both times by his half brother tto you see ho hasnt a bad record ImpllebelIeavlnt AfiiXnd dam by WllrreoJ1arrllU61- 1marklrddUlllbyJohnNolol If you are looking for Penvlno blood here It Is Will bo permitted to serve limited number of mares at O to Insure a living colt At same time and place will stand two good mule Jacks at 8 to Insure n living colt These Jacks need no advertising M they have made several seasons ut this barn and every one knows their colts Service fee due- onnll the above advertised stock when maro Is sold traded or bred to other stock Hue In all case when colt is fo- aledDRLMRStired by Ool Hall AiiUorsoiiMoKtnneyKy This stallion Is a dark bay 4 years old 10 hands 1 Inch high with best or boneactlon a very heavy inane and tall Read hlsiMKll gree und you will see he is as well bred ono an countyD OilIff 1st dam by Ultlmus 2nd nun by ail1 Vermont 3rd darn by lkty Dick Uli dam by llald frockingNOTiIn prferlng tha services of this young Ktiilllon I feel that ho In what wa nerd donebigbrood mnrui Seo him Itelorv you breed und enopghbrtl 110tocolt Is foaled mare tooled sold or bred to other tock muielackknow boW them lacks breed Moneyduoit NbgUDUMRMcKlaucyKy w As Pretty As a PictureWe often say and this is a case where the young man can look r 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 readIytowear clothing Stanford ever had H J MeROBERTS Stanford Ky FOR SALE i Shorie power boiler nail engine and taw mill for sale Will sell either or both OltAS satINOttenheliii Ky- 1ostomceWayneburg Ky STONEWALL JACKSON JR This fine black saddle talllon was slrixl by thu great saddlt breeding stnlllon Old Stonewall Thlscoltdarnwnnlienmark snare lie Is n nice colt lie tins colts to toironsureon nil colts until for llarren mares nmdetostand b7theputpregnatorWehave perfect success In thll bmdlng ILLY IRECKINRIDGE This fine black Jack was tired by Major John 1 Harris Imported lack will make the season of Jwo at my Imrii at Ji to Insure n colt until weaning time lire hisof Jlnlll now on mj farm to show for good breeding lie It n sure font getter 11111Ikeedltig i nsurei Tobacco and Totiice- olirns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone M Office M Insure with me and bo fully 1rytCC- tCdSafeguard the Future I The infest surest and most adequate safeguard for the future is a policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It is conspicuous for economical manage mint lllwmllty of Its policy contracts hut dealing with Its members large returns to policy holders The company Is lust entering the 4 SIXTY FOURTH YEAR- of n successful business career with more policy holders In Lincoln county than all other companies combined Write for particulars stating age and whether mar tied or Inglo to It AgtMyersJames I White Solicitor for Rockcastle C- oINSURANCa 1 R B NAHONY Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado- LifeLiveStockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount r r pIrJ Prescription Pointers I It is customary for very druggist to claim to be best In prescription work Good claim but we cant all be but This store claims ability capability facility and a complete stock of drugs We have the goods the equipment the experience PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Are You Going To Build 1- I While we are hero to build the Lincoln county court house and fbould the building fever strike you why not have a little talk with us VoareIr n a better position to build you a nice Brick Dwelling or A Neat Business House being able to buy all materials cheaper and therefore are in position to putra building Up for a consideralower price Nothing too largo or too small and the distance will not stop us from figuring with you matters not where you live We invite any prospective builder to give us a trial We furnish all plarid any specifications for such buildings that we might erect t free of chargeFRITZ KRUEGER F H MILLER I OUR LAWN FEHf i U 11 less expensive and better fcnco than wood More ornamental blo and a time saver as you nC duraIraw hammer and nails to keep repairCall at our store eco tho beautiful + Ifahrio and gates nqd lot us show you the Uw prices on n good foiico jobIitr I GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford I 11t itss J White Lincne Suiting lOo rrtrees J Stripe and Plaid White Lawn lOe Side Baud Lawns lOc All Calicoes 6c 40inch Brown Sheeting SAc School Umbrellas 30c I t Good Matting lie Whito Curtain TolnslOc I Linen Window Shades 20c J Lace Curtains 10a to 8850 per pair 1 Swim Curtains 1 to 82 per pair 40inch India Linen lOc yard f The Interior Journal t BTAXFORD KY MAY 18 1900 1 t ICE CHRAM soda water at Pennys Drug Store FINE line of Reels Poles Lance and all other Fbhtng Tackle at Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS MRS D M ANDERSON la convales centA M WARREN camo up from Louisville to vote- WINFRED DUNCAN la dangerously ill t of typhoid fever Miss EMMA WARREN is out after a I protracted illness 1 R HUGHB3 spent Sunday at Mt Yemen with hie wife JAMBS T MBNRPFE went to Louts villa Sunday en business Miss SARA BAUGHMAN IS visiting Miss Jean Adams at Catlettsburg y JUDGE J W ALCORN Is able to be I out some wo are glad to state DR E J DROWN was at Mt Vernon Sundry OB professional business CArs R H GENTRY and Sam Magee came over from Frankfort to vote t PROP WALTER 0 HorrEH of Mt Sterling spent Sunday with the homo folks hero REV S M LOGAN wife and children of Wllmore are guests of Judge M C I Saufley and family MR SAM SEVERANCE of Louisville spent several days with his brother Mr Will Severance TllK editor of this paper Is at French Lick Springs recuperating and enjoying a much needed rest MRS J L JARVIS and Mrs Anna I Russell of Stanford wero in town i fthopplojCAdvocl1to- I MRS S M SAUFLEY and little son Shelton Marshall Saufley returned to I Frankfort yesterday- J HoY U ROSE and wife returned to Etowah Tenn yesterday after n stay with relatives at Hustonvlllo V Miss LUTIE 0 MASSEY loft last t week to enter the Summer school at tho Western State Normal Bowling S Green SAM SrooNAMORK went to Louisville Friday to take the Civil Service examin- ationI Ho aspires to get a position as railway mall clerk j Miss MARY MCROIIGRTS has returned t1 her home in Stanford after n visit to MIA Helen lUrthill and outer friends here Loulavillo Post MRS MARY REICIIERT of Crab Or t chard sailed on the 11th for Berne Switzerland to visit relatives she has not seen for 25 years MR AND MRS ISAIAH WHITE oC- t Moreland were with Mrs Whites brother Mr W II Brown who is critically HI Liberty News Miss MARY HIOGINS has been elected music teacher In tho Somerset Graded School and wo congratulate tho trustees ofthat institutlpn on securing her services t NEWS comes from Cincinnati that Miss Mettle Lee Hubble has typhlod fever now She Is In Dr ODells In 11flrmarythere Her friends wish for her a recovery BILL FIELDS and eon of Stanford I were on Tuesdays train on route to Hazel Patch on a fishing trip They were joined here by C E Rico and othersMt Vernon Signal I + LOCALS LIBBEY cut glass at Muellers I WEDDING and graduating presents of quality at MueUeru WEAR athletics o a5Oc per garment Cummins Wearen I A FEW more steel roller ball bearing skates for sale Cheap This office T THE rain of Saturday night was a l good one and did much good for the i farmers 4 SWEET potato cabbage and tomato plants for sale 0 L Ashley 8 mile I pikeANY from Hu tonville on Brad fonJs vlIIe one desiring stenciling done in curtains waists etc will see mo at the Chas Wheeler Emporium Huston vine each Friday r Lafollette Tenn thatfMullim McKinney saloon men have assigned Mr McKinneyformer ly lived in thlflcou I t at LiviaAetot PONY for solo This office SEE those 50c shirts at Cummins Wearoni STRAWBERRIES green beans and tomatoes at J D Hortona Restaurant IK you are particulartryDenhams Rex coal Yards at Stanford and Rowland DR W N CRAIG oculist and optician Office over H J McRoberta clothing store ROY nOOK the carpetandrug clean er is In town Work satisfactorily done Call at Campbell House MESSRS D S RIFFS and Norman 0 True of McKinney havo opened n general merchandise store at that place THE L N will run an excursion to Loulavllle next Sunday at 175 the roundtrip train leaving depot hero at C1SAM FOR SALE Pure S C Brown Leg horn eggs Improved laying strain Mrs R L Berry Hustonvillc Ky Phone 833 rings Tim second nine 0 thisplace met defeat at tho hands of tho Junction City team here Thursday afternoon Tho score was 0 to 3 w THE little fon born to Mr and Mrs Harry Hill was spared but a few hours Ita little soul took Its flight to mansions above Thursday night M S BAUGHMAN has flied his contest In the circuit court hero against W L McCarty for sheriff It wlll como up at this term of court OJ W R THOMAS postmaster at Pine Hill was given a year in tho peniten tiary for using tho Governments money and failing to account for It THE Ladies Aid Society of tho lisp tilt church will give an ice cream and strawberry supper tonight at the school house at Crab Orchard Every body cordially Invited THERE are 87 Commonwealth tour ordinary appearances 14 equity appear ances 48 old urdinary 88 old equity cases on tho docket of circuit court which begins next Monday Tilt Epworth League Social at the home of Mr and Mrs E T Pence Jr Friday evening was n delightful affair Over 100 young peoplo were In atten dance and everybody had a good time THE elec tion is over now let every one settle down to business and quit talking politico until Fall and then put your shoulder to tho wheel and wo will carry old LIncoln county by a rousing democratic majority PHOTOGRAPHS cheap and durable at my residence in Daw ttown where I am prepared to do all kinds of work from post cards to large family groups Views of residences and stock made on short notice All work warranted Cash with order Frank Cordicr STANFORDS crack base ball team detested the Hustonvllle nine 22 to 5 on the grounds here Friday afternoon Tho game was too onesided to bo In teresting The boys also played Hus tonvllle a return game Saturday and the score stood 8 to 7 In favor of Stan ford making 13 straight victories for Stanford without defeat which is indeed a credit to the team HALEY Mrs Rebecca Haley aged 79 died at her homo at Rowland Fri day morning of paralysis She watt the widow of Mr who preceded her to the grave some 10 yearsI Mrs Haley was a devout member of the Christian church and a good woman She ja survived by the following chil dren Mesdames J C Hays and B F Routon and Miss Bottio Haley and James Haley The burial took place in Buffalo cemetery Sunday morning after services by Eld J G Livingston THERE were 1389 votes polled Sat urday in the judicial primary in Lincoln county Judge Saufley receiving 823 votes and Judgo Owsloy 560 giving the former it majority of 257 in this county 202 in Boyle 477 In Mercer and 261 in Garrard which would give him a total majorityof 1197 in the entire diatrfct A light vote was polled throughout the district A more order ly election was never held in Lincoln county nor a faker one either so the knowing ones My f i of Bargains I h i rtt t j r Are you interested in wiving on your purchases or getting just nl little Letter goods for your money than usual If so come and let us present the evidence of our willingness to do either for you Wo never ask more than others and on hundredajof articJswo nek less Isnt it worth your while to save the dimes quarters and dollars SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY il GabieWBradeha- wNHwscomee judicial Bulletin ISUEEP dip at W 11 Higgins CLOTHESFrenchcleaned Cook 8 Farmer TRY our new ball bearing lawn mower W H Higgins FRANK HUDDLE colored was fined 10 for drunkenness by Judge Tribble WE are offering 50 pairs of mens 350 oxfords at 275 Cummins d Wearen TAXES Tho tax books for 1909 art now ready Como in and got your receipt T J Dill sheriff FOR SALE On Saturday May 22 1909 we will sell at auction 1200 black locust posts in lots to suit purchaser Florence Hughes McCarty BILL LEE colored who was giver 420 days in jail for illegal sale of whisky here some time ago returned yesterday and gave himself up to Chief of Police Carter THE oafLincoln County Fair Association are requested to meet nt tho First National Bank at 2 oclock to morrow Wednesday afternoon J F Cummins secretary MR LEVI MYERS was thrown from his buggy Friday by his horse starting suddenly and was considerably bruised about tho head and face Three ribs were also broken but his physicians think he will be out in a few days I A VIRGINIA court has decided that when a girl jilts a man she must return his engagement ring That will go all right in Virginia and Kentucky where the girls would have no difficulty in getting another to take ita place but suppose such a decision had been hand ed down In Kansas Louisville Times THERE havo beenseveralhero from other towns looking over the building lots that will be sold at auction next Saturday May 22 Interest seems to grow in this sale There will bo a big crowd to attend and the lots will sell readily And before the year closes wo hope to see several more beautiful homes completed in Stanford COMMENCEMENTTLet are in terested in education remember the exercises Thursday evening at 8 oclock at Waltons Opera House There wil bo an address of much merit The ex crcisea given at tho close of Stanford Graded and High School should bo of interest tu alland everyone ia invite to attend You will enjoy it Th speaker is ono of extraordinary ability ATTENTION LADIESOn next Satur day May 22 you are invited to be pros ant at u demonstration at our store when Mr Powers the Karavan Cof fee man and Mr Fpley representing Lutz Schramm tho famous preserve nod pickle firm and Mr Jack Hulsell of Uneeda Biscuit fame will bo hero to spread tho glad tidings and provo the quality of their respective lines ot goods Come in and sample the good things wo have to show you Geo D Hopper fancy groceries ONE of the most interesting services ever held in Stanford was the occasion of the Baccalaureate sermon of Stan ford High School Sunday morning nt tho Presbyterian church The minis tore of the several churches tho trustees the choir the graduates and the faculty of Stanford Graded and High School met In tho basement about 10 oclock and formed a procession which marched into the church attho appoint ed hour Tho service was one of inter est and success In all of ita appoint ments and was enjoyed by a large audience which was attentive to every part or number The music was of high order and Well rendered by a choir selected from all the churches Espec let features of the music were an an them by tho choir and a most beautiful solo by Miss Mary McRoberts Miss Mary Higgins presided at tho organ and did her work artistically showing much skill The sermon by Rev San ford M Logan was presented in a masterful way showing depth of thought sincerity of purpose and Intensity of zeal The thought She Hath Done What She Could was the gist of tho discourse and was presented in a way to impress his hearer with a sense of duty to fellowmen and to God If the graduateaprcsent lives to the world modeled after the high standard set by Mr Logan in that service they will no cause for failure In commenc ing thebattle of life j CHURCH MATTERS A new Baptist church to cost 13000 will bo erected at Springfield Congratulations are being handed to Secretary P T Hale of the Baptist Educational Society of Kentucky on tho completion of the 400000 fund which enables the society to claim the gift of Dr A Gatliff of 4000 acres of coal landsTho protracted meeting at the Bap tist church conducted by Rev Jame son and State Evangelist Barnes closed Monday night with 33 additions It was a splendid meeting and large crowds attending each of the services Mt Vernon Signal There will be a meeting of the Chris tlan Endeavor Society of Lincoln coun ty at the Presbyterian church next Sunday May 23 at 3 P u for the purpose of organizing a Christian En deavor union It is hoped that all societies will be present Rev H II Shearln aged GO father of Dr Hubert Shearin president of Hamilton College of Lexington died at his homo In Danville Saturday after a brief illness of a complication of dis eases lie was widely known as a minister of the Christian church The orator of the world has fallen Bishop Charles B Galloway was the acknowledged orator of the globe There will be memorial services at the Methodist church next Sunday morning In honor of this great man Sunday night will bo Epworth League Day Exercises All the Young Peoples Societies of the various churches will be invited to attend at 8 P it Pastor A J Cole a prominent trnvelirg salesman dropped dead of apoplexy at Barbourvillc Ho was a prominent Elk Knight Templar and Shriner and leaves a wife and five children NOTICEI JIj Baugh who wits convicted of the of fonio of Mayhem In the Circuit Court of Lincoln county nt March term iwiiwlllnsk the governor lor u pardon nnd restoration citizenship and nit who object will iiotlly tho governor and state in writing any ob- Jection lay llth It- wSEASON OF 1909 Wo will stand nt niy form near 1rench rrivlllo the wellknown Hllns Andorton Jack whlcb has perlnip gotten aimnny rlta coltln any Jack in the county ut sx to ins lurun living colt Will nintandthoplen did re4ivlno stallion Krd tux Jr by lUd Redbeby Ilex Jmivlno nt rte to Inure n living colt Ho will bo permitted to serve only n limited number mares W I OiiiuKs A LET JEL- L1lIohornli e A S PRICESurgeon Dentist ITANFORD KENTUCKY Nalco over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Build- ingCHESTER S Tbla son of Chester flare will make the present season nt U B Carpenters table In Huitonvlllo at J10 to Insure n living colt DKHCUIITION ANP PKDKIUKK Ho Is n blnclc with star In forehead 10 hand I high with all the style and finish characteristic of the Chester Dare family a good noting horso and a proven breeder Hco him before mores If you nre looking for a Chesfcr Hlppyby Mambrino QhlefJNOOraYNN Hustonvllle Ky CONCRETINGWe creting such as Jllock Work Pavements nnd In fact wo CUll make nay thing from n house down to n fence post Wo cnn serve you promptly and guarantee nrtclnlwork and material Call and get our prices before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky inwiddie Co Hustonville Kyat Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an qptpdate line of goods o i 3j Ii ft- r 1tl l jCLadies Taped Neck Vests 7c or Ladies White Foot Hose lOp If Ladies Ribbed Top Hose lOc 0I I Extra fine sleave vests 25c t ijp1Chilc1rensA The childrens ribbedlboee slightimperfecudns lOc- 27x54mch 4 velvet rug 8125 V 9x11 feet Brussels Drugget 810 v OneFourth Off all Spring Suits Best Coreet is the American Lady Give the Boys nnd Girls a chance Put Educator Shoes on them 30inch all Linen Suiting 25c 90 inch Linen Sheeting 98c Best 81 and 8150 Kid Gloves to bo had fitted to the hand L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin Skirts Old Liijen Was 1 Suits We are offering exceptional values in both Skirts and Liner Wash Suits The very latest styles and all colors Ladies Linen Wash Suits from 8500 to 8800 Regular q price 8760 to 812AEverybody knows that the QUEEN is the best Skirt made We have them in Voiles Panamas Ac Prices from 350 to 81450 Regular prices from 85 to 81860 Come to see us and we will convince you that wo are giving the best that tho market can afford in tho way of quality style t l Cat the very lowest figures I HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions S STANFORD KENTUCKY esI 11 IT ISNT YOU AlONE We want the custom of your friends quite as much as we want yours i and we propose to sell them by pleasing you When you como to us for j 1 your SUMMER SUIT we are going to give you so good a one for your moneybe that much orIlittlethat youll be glad to tell your friends about us anti about theclothea we sell After nil thats the best kind ot advertising there is We have just received another shipment ot nobby patterns and they are the PILti OF STYLE make WeE rkinsCrabOFChard T Highest Market Prices Paid r For all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE iI in Lancaster Stanford Hustonville and Brodhead W N 1H B NORTHCUTT Stanford 1 BROWN flANLEY RIDING- CULTIVATORS Is Brown Manley Pivot Axle Cultivator 4 Shovels and 2 Bull Tongues at S 2750 Brown Manley Pivot Gang Cultivator 4 Shovels and 2 BiiU Tongues at 2750 Theee cultivators have been in use here for several years and arc strictly uptodate in every respect The regular pricyml the Pivot Gang is 828 and the Pivot Axle 31 The reason that I am offeringnthese plows nt the above price is that Iam overstocked Call and KO before buying E T PENCE STANFORD it HE OL rr t3A tAlUL1 G rdLlrlg e 3if Ui iyr gtT TRANSFER MINiY y Ills av MING DISTANCE TELEPHONE c FM RATES PLY Tl LOOAL MANRA- EREAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE GDiPl UiI CI1fQIUTft i t III J = The Interior Journ- alSin 1M Peat Ofee at Stanford e1 Nnd eiasi matter L tN TIME TKBL No JJHouth llM rM No SB Heath 11SW A 1C No 14 North 440 A M No S North 657 P M No n 1047 A M No 29 J40 PM JOS S RICE Agent Stock of Merchandise e for Sale irdtilr to soil prlvatulymystockot Oro- nrltlRnd n goOl hud ass Will Involco stout 11000 ltcton ttl health QEO n HOlPER Stanford Kjr The Jistph Prlci Sanatorium i North Lancaster street Stanford Kentucky Ter Treatment of Dlieniea of the Eye Nose Throat liar UenitoUrlnnry Recta Or plans Nervous System and Surgery Nttiat Poultry Rastr i Now lit tho time of year to feed your fowl i a good tonic 411U curet Obolora Gape hoop canker and Llmberneck when fed 11 a preventive It not only keeps them healthrtat makes them guaranteeb7 l tie guarantee Alktor booklet on disease n flr poultry Eczema is Curable ZKMO a scientific preparation menial use Stops itching aM destroys the germa that cause aka Bgeatea Eczema cuickly and is per tJy cured by this remarkable All Write for sam StLouisMyfPennys Drug Store When Ordering Clothes Hare your measure taken by a tailor of ex vrifnce Then your clothes whethera low price butlncK suit or the finest evening lets will have that Individuality and Hi which plainly Indicate they were made to yoar measure I will nlto take your meat fi are for extra trousers fancy vests top coats and overcoats Spring and Bummer saeaplea on hand ready for your 11I1ptCtlo- nIIO RUPLEY The Tabor Stanford KY u Itching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zemo A for external use Zemo giveslnsta- dlief and permanently cures any fort A Itching Skin or Scalp disease Al Draftgists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo- S L PENNYS DRUG STOREa FARM FOR SALE I goodThe tarn of 1M acres blue grns vnd lying one mile North of McKlnneyon Stanford pike Improvements nnd good plenty of water nnd trull 14M50 125 acres of timbered land one tulle of McKlnney half under fence plenty of water and good tobacco land Hee grow ss crop JAaiVKNSAgentMcKlnneyKy CUT FLOWERS FORjSALE 1 cnnfurnl the puWlo with the teat as well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short aotle Altai make n specialty of wreaths purposesIn above I have nil kinds of vegetables on hand nt reasonable rtC- oiIKIHTMAif UIIKKN HOUSES Ko liunnAun1aonStanford DR E C TESTSuccessor Dr II L Casey Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Graduate of Chicago Vetj crinary College Shone U Office nt Dl Logan Stable DANVILLE KY J L Beazley Co UndeitiKera and Embalm KI Also Dealers in Fin nature Matting8Rug They will exchange Furniture for all Kind of 8tockjj Givo Them it Call Price Right i3 alNtQKD KENTUCKY lJ C McClary nundertaker Embalmer and Boaler In Harness Saddlery f STANFORD KY ebeePkonaI florae Thono 6 o FARMERS D1PARTMEMT FOR SALE Good boggy mare H 0 Lutes Stanford Two fresh Jersey cows for sate E T Beazley Stanford Trigg county tobacco growers will limit the acreage to 70 per cent Walter Martin sold his bunch of Iambs for July delivery to D C Allen at 5Jc Lost red yearling steer Left about May 5 Reward H Held Stanford FOR SALEA good family horse perfectly gentle Miss Mollie Brooks Crab Orchard Almost every tobacco plant wed In the vicinity of Crittendcn county has been destroyed by plant bed scrapers The total sales of loose leaf tobacco in all the markets of Virginia for th six months ending with last February amounted to 96GG5Gll pounds King James carrying 125 pounds an favorite In the betting easily won th Metropolitan Handicap at Belmont Park Fayette was second and Juggler third M Phillips has sold a lot of corn at 450 at the crib D B Chatham bought a pair of mare mules in Garrard county a few days ago for I50lIarrodsburg Herald MonteFox Co representing Jos Stern 8 Sort New York sold to E Egan ot Chicago and Arthur Stem of New York 690 slop fed cattle weigh ing about 1200 pounds at about Gc AdvocateA special says T Walker of this place has 185 acr 1within about two miles of tho city lookalag unusually fine Messrs B F Hud son and James House have crops on the same farm owned by Mr Hudson an Dr Elliott making In all nearly 400 acres in process of cultivation BRODHEAD Mrs Mary Albright is soon to have a large livery Barn erected Mesdames Walter Miller and To Freeman are on the sick list The Baptist Sunday school here ha an enrollment of 112 last Sunday Larkin Hicks of this place and Mrs Sally Ramsey a widow of the Big Glades section were married Sunday 6fitacres Bob Hicks bought of J T Cher ry two acres lying in front of entrance to fair grounds at 90 per acre J F Harris sold to J M Cress of Preachersville a bunch of ewes at 6 per head P E Shlvel sold to Jack Sutton 10 ewes at 350 per head J Matt Craig and Herman Frith hav- a bought about all the wool In the county at 27 and 28c per pound unwashed Farmers are about through planting cijrn and there has been a larger acre age of the cereal planted this season than ever before known in these parts Ira suitable season this county should furnish its own corn next spring Timber all gone and no public works seems that farms should be Improved now Last Saturday the republicans of phi county closed a heated contest which lid been going on for some time Lots of voting lots of drinking and several small scraps at different places Th only man having a cinch was T J Nicely for sheriff he having no opposition Those nominated as follows L W Bethurum for county judge defeating G M Ballard Hugh Miller for circuit clerk the man who ran because his horse told him to S D Lunsford county attorney defeating W AHam monds John W Kcnar superintendent public schools defeating three others by a large majority S F Bowman county clerk fought seven others but got there Tip Langford jailer defeating six others James Proctor assessor defeating two others Here and hereIEuropeIslation can neither read nor write Twentyfive persons wore injured and several buildings demolished in Mount Washington a suburb of Kansas City in a severe wind and hailstorm Between 30 and 40 persons were in jured some of thorn fatally by thee wreck of a Chicago and Alton train near Odessa Mo The longest telegraph line in the worldabove ground and without a break has been completed in Australia Its total length is someting over 6000 miles In Australia the child of a poor wid owed mother instead of being taken from her and placed in an institution is boarded with its mother at the ex pense of the State Two of the five men convicted in the Turpentine Trust case at Savannah Ga were sentenced to serve three months In jail while fines ranging from 2000 to 5000 were assessed in each case At Campbellsvllle Daniel Horton aged sboat40 was killed byj William Shipp aged 20 as the result pf an old fued Hortons brother killed young Shipps father Robert Shipp and at byRoberlIago They met in the road and when duellstRobertdead Taylor county thought It was rid of the Horton feud and it is greatly regretted that it has broken out again r fl v PU8h1GSllhEI 1 tlo I of 35 Magnificent Building hots Iii Beautiful West Danville There will bo offered at public auction without reserve or bybid 35of the most desirable building lots in West Danville on MOllet2009 PROMPTLY AT OCLOCK V daWest Danville is located in the very heart of the growingresidcntial dis trict of the citynow houses arc being erected and the demand for dwellings in this particular section is far beyond the supply If all the lots to be offered had a house on them all could be rented to desirable tenants in less than 24 hours West Danville is barely outside of the city limiU where all 1the advantages of the town may be enjoyed yet without the payment of city taxes JThis splendid subdivision fronts upon one of the most magnificent country estates in Kentucky and is without doubt the real growing section of Dan voile within easy reach of water electric lights sewerage and gas lSoeral of the lots to bo offered front on the Perryvillo pike and are the Dream the whole subdivision All lots except those fronting on the Per ryville pike are 50x200 lest sari those on the pike are COxlSJfiO i A Splendid Lot Will be Giv een Away Absolutely FREE on Day of Sale Each holder ofn ticket will be registered and tho holder bf the lucky number must be present in person when the drawing takes place A brands band will be in attendance Danvilles reputation aa an educationalcenter is too far famed to require special notice here Jt may bo mentioned that the Kentucky School for the Deaf Central Universityof Kentucky Cald theobest public school in the State are located here as well ns handsome churches of all denominations Danville is the terminal point of tho Southern Kail way and the divisional point of the Queen Crescent route Hundreds of railroad people are moving into the city West DnnVillo is tho one availa ble residence section for theso people When these lots are sold nil available building sites in this section will have been practically taken so now It the time to buy To the speculator no better investment can bo found Terms liberal and made known on day of s- aleDints Adams Real Estate Agents DANVILLE KENTUCKY srCJPooGOOooa Did you ever stop and figure how much cheaper we can sell a better Hug gy than the socalled good buggy that sells at 8135 to 8150 We can save you 815 to 25 on each Why We sell direct We can make just aa cheap as the man in New York Chicago or St Louis or anywhere and we can Hive you the profit of hauling drayage and freight and drummer anti the greatest of all is tho dealers profit Lotus figure with you we have the lutest improved nmcliincry we haven wheel drill that drills a wheel in3 minutes yo have n sandpapering ma chine that will do the work of 12 men our emery and sand belt machine has no equal Our flexible drill machine will drill 2000 holes in buggy shafts and bodies in a day flow tees this figure in drilling by baud Give us a call We paint old vehicles and make them look like new R MARNOLDDANVILLE KY Harry Jacobs neulor In and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monu ments wnjVnses tr SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI KEEKING r BUI prepared todo all kinds of mrreyln anti civil engineering promptly My work will be guaranteed and mY prloea are run sonable utc at MeKlnney ur call mo over the telephone through tho HiHtouvllIe Kxchange- WALTKUMcKINNBV k J 1 OXFORDS +++++++ +++++++ ++T++ t ff I i I Green White Tan atvjffk tBlood and Black 2 I I v Jt IN ALL THE STYLES FOR 19O9 for i h Men women and 4 j J I Y J ChlldrenI 4 1I t- t Cummins Be Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY MY LINE OF TRoUSEISI Is Now Complete For The SPRINGandSUMMfR Hotter than over handled before for the Price Also the most uptodate ofMens and ladies a Oxfords In any style you with Cult and let us show yqu what we have SAM ROBINSONi r STANFORD KY 1 You Will Make No MistakeinBuyingt Th- eBrownRiding t andWalk ing CultivatorsC- ome in and look at them Screen Doors Screen Windows Screen Cloth Etc in All Sizes Shall be Glad to See You W H HIGG1NSIStanford Kentucky