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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): May 18, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909051801_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): May 18, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. "8WW v - a- -t i t- -- r tt" v "T- d, rp. - iI ., vol. XXXVII. The Interiop Journal. Don't Forget the Date STANFORD, KY TUESDAY. MAY 18. 1909. MO. 23. SATURDAY MAY w I' K . ;t V. ' ,' 17 nice building lots, including the magnificent brick home of the Col. Thomas P. Hill, also one hundred and fifty acre farm at auction. ir . Lot Will Be Given Away Absolutely Free ! One V 'r' V fi? Registration opens promptly at 9 A.M. and closes at 1:30 P. Sale of lots begins promptly at 1:30 P. M. M. ,r Saturday, May 22, 1909. Florence,, Hughes HUSTONVILLE. Uorn, to tho wife o( Thomas Beat, of Moreland, a fine boy, Boyd Best. of tho cxercleea Commencement graded school will bo held on the 21st. Dr. Alcorn has returned from an extended professional trip to Wattsbur, & McCarty, Stanford, Ky, J Tcnn. Material for complete barn patterns any size, on hand and for sale by C. M. Slpplo. . y u Fred Jettcm, of the Kentucky Co., is spending a fow Wa-Ro- n das with ' : friends In this vicinity. The primary election, ball same and county meeting on Saturday thronged tho streets and gave an old time hum to business. John Lynn sold to Forcstus Held 72 cattle at a good prico. d W. G. Montgomery conthe singing ducted tho devotional exercises, Kev. Willis mado an addrei on "Advantages Elder I). W. Case. of of Lexington, mnde a strong speech "n "Doing Greater Works thin Christ Did." Kid. J. G. Livingston then mado his report showing that much good was accomplished in n short time and called attention to much that remained to be done. Tho convention was then favored with a solo by Miss Kato Wnrrincr Revs D. M. Walker and J. Q. Montgomery gave Interesting talks. After luncheon tho crowd listened to a num-Im- t or good addresses and adjourned to moot again at the call of the commit- NEWS NOTES. ' Tho State Bank at Frankstown.Tex., was dynamited and robbed. The robbers escaped with about $1,000. John Gallagher, one of the best known farmers in the Burgin section, died in Lexington from the effects of a fall. Tho Russell Springs property sold last Saturday for 1,775. Charles Winfrey and I'helpi Bros, were the pur- I K car of cattle and hogs to Cincinnati at le and 6c respectively. Ojr graded school term closes Friday nni Prof. Mclntyre's friends regret to give him up. Ho is an oxcollent educator and It is hoped oyr trustees will his return. The determination of a young lady in our city to succeed is certainly an example worthy to bo followed She work in the telephone- exchango at night and lifter break fust goes to school until 2 1'. m. Annn itlnln nnd daughter, of ii Williamsburg, weru guests of relatives here. Miss Rena Coy, of Somerset, is the guest of Miss Florence Epperson. Mlsa Sarah Curtis hai returneil from n visit to friends at Louisvillo und Bloom- as-au- Myers & Vaughn ahipped n chasers. At Ford. Clark county. Will Fraley and Winkler renewed nn old quarrel and Winkler was shot twice through the bodv. Three men were killed and 12 others injured by a dynamite explosion on a tee. quarter boat on tho Florida East Coast IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. railway extension. Three persons were killed and n numJrsso Branham, who killed J A. Injured by n tornado Tompkins in Clinton county, was held ber of others in $1,000. The residence of L. I'. Hunter ut Somerset was destroyed by fire, entailing a (3,000 loss. Mrs Mary Ann Abell, one of the citizens of Lebaoldest and non, died suddenly. Col. Richard T. Owen, mi and a prominent citizvn of Shelby, is dead at an ndvancrd uge. Judco C. M. Llllard, aged 90, "and a resident of Anderson county, attend ed the Baptist Convention in Louisville and took part in its deliberations. Tho City Council of Lebanon hns of- form! ?r0 rowan! fur tha arrest and conviction of tho persons who placed the body of nn infant found dead in the boat-kno- SPECIAL SALE OF SILKS. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, May 18th to 22nd. Thousands of dollar's worth of this season's latest and best style Silks, Foulards, Messalines, Taffetas, Fancy Dress Silks, Blacks, Whites and every color. be Prices just a few of the many reductions to give you an idea of the saving you can make by attending this sale, but remember that our entire will Silk Stock goes in this sale, even all staple black and colored silks. i e A a field. Having decided to go West, I will sell at a bargain 107 acres of Lincoln county land, 100 acres In grass, balance in timber. Fino hemp, tobacco and corn land, good buildings, fine neighborhood, on piko and rural route. AddreBS It. Vox 101, Hustonville, Ky. Arrangements have been completed for opening a now street running from tha north corner of A. J. Adams' lot on Danville Avenue, West two squares, connecting with Second atreot at tho old Nail property. This will open up a number of desirable building Iota and thev will be nlaced on the market. On the evening of May 28th there will be a musical at Alcorn's Opera HnnoA under the direction of Misa Mello Hopper, awlsted by Mra. Nannlu IlifTo and a corps of artists, ueserveu seats will bo on sale at Crlt Rifle's store be ginning May 24. The ladles of tha C. W. U. M. ask your patronage, aa the proceeds are for the Master's cauae, The county meeting convened hsre Saturday, President Carter calling- - the -. W KVbvaa. nw"y"" ...via MRV mtatUJ Knwvi wangem, it-- outskirts of the city. Joys And Sorrows of Spring. Spring rains, Rheumatic pains, Spring frost, Crops lost, Spring freezes, Voico wheezes, Spring mud, Slip-th- udl , ult. m iimw"":. 'C'r;ur.nT7.j Washington, said that consumption was no longer a problo.n for physicians, but that several generations Trees abloomln, would pass before, tho people were Flies acoming, thoroughly aroused to the necessity of Liirda fighting the disease. "Skeeters" zinging, Flip-floCharles W. Caldwell, of Columbus, weather. Soaked shoe leather, Ind., who recently gained notoriety by trying to bring suit to oust Secretary Rainstlck stealers, Hose Revealera, of State Knox, was shot by Augustus Remy, of Elizabethtown, Ind., who deSpringtime mopers, clares he found Caldwell in an arbor, Springtime dopcrs and where ho had made, a tryst with Remy's young daughter. Caldwell waa wound- Spring "poawa," M.I.AM MAatat . .1 If tfl W. I Ftt . Tomes on temeti, tU III Ikn lt ill" Ian -- Kansas City Star. rteaetly sued htm for divoce. Radishes, onions, Aching bunions, Nice fresh lettuce, Grip to fret us, which wrecked tho town of Hollis, Kan. Tlicro wbs great damage to property. Maj Albert E. H. Johnson, ono of the oldest patent attorneys in tho United Stales, died at Washington in his 83rd year, following n stroke of apoplexy. Tho grand jury at Cincinnati has inReichel and Frank dicted Charles Friedrick Jr., Republican election officers, and John Carrigan and Frank Knolls, Democatic election ofllcers. on tho charge of "fraudulently writing in poll books." In the United States District Courtat 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 ono year and one day in tho United btates prison ut Atlanta, Ga. In a shooting at a public entertainment at Drydtn, Lea county, Va., It. M. Young, an emplo'yo of tho Internal revenue service, and William Bailey, a telegraph operator, were shot and instantly killed, whilo Wllliair Jessee, another young man, was seriously wounded. Dr. William Osier, in addressing the extremely low, and for this sale only. We quote blue and white at exactly half prices. 50c Taffeta at 25c; 80c $1.50 Taffetas at 75c. fetas at 42 2c; HALFof PRICE. in white, Assorted Taffetas We will offer about 30 pieces 75c Yard: We will offer a lot o'f pin k, Taf- 1 Fancy Dress Silks, consisting of Stripes and Figured Silks that sold at 85c and $1 yard, at 50c yard for choice. colors, were $1. 75c Yard: Best 36 inch Taffetas in black andstyles, were 75c. Foulards, 15 55c Yard: 24 inch all silk Satin 27 inch Rajah Style Silks reduced from 59c. 33 55c: Choice of all Striped Messalines that sold at 75c. 75c: Choice of all our finest Foulards, were $1. l-- 3c: national organization at No samples will be sent out at sale prices. p 1 1 mmiiii tff i DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. " jfun iimJil ml ' i'n 'II MJ Mm. nf"1' l' ' G Ijiijpn pun nil w "'"'f,, "V" J" W- l- The Interior Journal. & 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 judicial district. As this paper stated last iisue, it took no hand in tho primary and it reiterates what it said, congratulating tho victor and sympathizing Tho Courier-Journwith the vanquished. claims the nomination of Judgo Saufley a victory for tho whisky clement but such is not tho case. We know of many warm tempcranco people who worn "teeth and too nail" for Judgo Saufley. Tho whisky question should never have been Injected in tho race and the tempcranco people now see J their error. Judgo Saufley has proven his fitness for tho position by 11 years on tho bench and ho will again demonstrate that he is the ablest circuit judgo in tho State. Thcro is tho usual talk about the nominee being defeated In I November by a republican but such is tho worst kind of tommy rot. Judge Saufley will win and win easy. In.fnct wo doubt that the have the temerity to put a man against him. Judge Owsley, who made tho race against Judge Saufley is well known in this district and his many friends sympathize with him in'his defeat. He is a good lawyer and well equipped to make a fine judge. The editor of this paper voted for him In the race but is 'quite aa warm for Judge Saufley now as ho'was for Judge Owsley Saturday. al Maryland Km a direct plmary law W. H. LAIR, Hustotiville, Ky., which provides that the candidates must 1lI nlcfl linn of flilOOKHlRH to pay the expense of the election wnetn- - IlM mkat mahkkt unci mux portion or M Low- er they have opposition or not. Sena- tor Rayner has no opposition, but he must nav S17.000 for tho nrivllego oft being a candidate to succeed himself. This seems to be a very foolish law. It New Liven will tako moro than two years' salary Depot from tho Senator without reason. f. i MA -- joriny..ihui!i.UMiM Little -.- j, O. D. CARTER, Street, Phone 90s KENTUCKY. yj mjj1111wl .- tvaL.JM chicken in York Stato is attracting a good deal of attention. When one of tho heads tries to go cno way and tho other in some other direction, tho bird Anally performs liko a whirling dervish. This would bo a very tame affair down hero in Kentucky, where wt have gotten used to the polical antics of tho Courier-Jou- r The two-heade- d s ,. IITANFORD, PEYTON. stnn) my Hno inula Jnck IVyton, nt tnr fnrm nt .Morvlarul, Ky lit SStolnsuro n living coll. registered Also will atnm! n .tnmlnnl-hm- l Wilkes stnlllonnml threw linn young Jnck. will lie permitted lownti few innris free, to my rrnnlnr customer where they lircwl tlirro inurr or more. II. II. KINO. I will V nal. A learned court in New York decided in tho case of a woman who sued a municipality for being thrown down by bad pavements, that tho fact that sho had on high heel shoes made her guilty of contributory negligence and undeserving of damages. Thus do prido and fashion go before a fall and knock out chances for reparation. The Truth Every person in this city who issuf fcring from Eczema, Pimples, Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp dis cue, can find relief and be permanently cured by Zcmo, a clean liquid foi External use. All durggists tell ZEMC PENNY'S DRUG STORE. EditorJBeckham's response to Mr. Wattereon'slrenunciation of his miserable tool.'McKutt, after using him for all he is wortb, is one of the clearest cut, and most stinging articles that we have seen in many a day. The in an editorial in the State Journal shows the fallacy of Mr. Watter-son'- s "damnable Poll Parrot iteration" that a Democrat can riot be a prohibitionist, and says that his being one does not effect his party standing any more than his taking the other side of the proposition. Thelquestion of prohibition is going to be settled by the peo-p'- e and should no more divide the democratic party than it has the republican pirty. The article closes with an appeal that every true democrat will endorse: Democrats may differ upon this mitter just as they differ upon religion, literature, social affairs, or any other subject, but the State Journal simply asks that they stand reunited, aggressive, and hopeful, that by wise and sensible action they may restore this State to Democracy's control and do their part towards the ultimate redemption of the Federal government from the power of the Republican party. The Texas Legislature has passed an amendment to the appropriation for the State Industrial School providing that girls shall be taught millinery and dress making, but,in no case are they to be , taught to make a hat to cost moro than $20 or a dress more than $50. No hat shall be more than eight inches indiam-ete- r and none shall be made, the brim of which turns down, shaped like a peach basket, bread tray or washboard. Those legislators certainly have great heads on them. Taxation., countv unit bills and the pressing subjects worry them not. Women's apparel must be regulated even if the rest of the busi ness goes undone. Pity such wise men can not legislate If or the universe, it would be a great'relief to U3 male part of the John Wnlkrr tract, wltlin sexen.room residence. imw, inereou, witu nil necessnrr ouibuimineinmi good, new Uirn WilK). Well wntcrrtl, alx In (ho democratic primary election nexer falling springs and crick running through. TrHMH for State Senator in the 12th district, 'i cash In hand, balance one nnd two years from rinr of sale, bearing alx per J. C. Graham defeated W. O. Jones by cent interest until pain. Tenons looking for such place plene write about 500 majority. u. alkkh, runuioru or see Former Mayor R. J. Rawlings, of Lenox, Tenn., was killed and several other persons were seriously injured in a street car collision in Memphis. lilnck points. 1H lied Again tho Committe on Finance was high nnd full made, heavy inane nndhands tall, upheld when the Senate voted down an goou oone.apienaiii inick ami line necK.wen set In high mounted shoulders; n combined amendment by Senator Cummins to bred horse, liut I use him only In harness more perfect horse I lower the duty on round iron, etc., by a and a seen; can step harness with extreme ery fast never high action nil nround nnd I think him to vote of 35 to 42. be one of tho best stnlllnns In the Htnte to wnlk-tro- t Mai Albert E. H. Johnson, one of breed to, to get good nnd business horses that will bring you the oldest patent attorneys in the fancy prices. tin United States, died at Washington in He Hint soino yearling nnd see. I Invite breeders to colts his 83d year, following a stroke of l'rmiiRKR. Lincoln Hiilrrel was sired br Marlon Hmilrrel, ttK, he by lllnck Hmilrrel, apoplexy. ISM, he by illack Kngle.TI. lie by King WilE. H. Shelman, the Irvington banker liam, 67. Marlon Hiiulrrel'anrst dam b Orecn Mountain; :ud dam by Hughes' Kdwln forand politician, has announced as a can- est; Lincoln Hiiulrrel' llrst dam, Kate by full didate for the State Senate in the Tenth Messenger MaudeMessenger !lreee, 1:18; Messenger, record, brother to Snd dam Maria Hepnuw by Mambrlno (starSenatorial district, subject to the light, n full brother to Lady Thorn. i:ll;Srd action of the Democratic party. dum Mollle Crow by Helm's Yorkshire. Illack Kiiulrrel's grand sire ts the sire of Senator Culberson, the minority lead- more noted s snddle horses than er, presented to the Senate a state- nny other horse In the world, such as Highland IMinmrk, Chester Hare, Red miulrrel ment prepared by Democratic members nnd many others. Will mnke the snson of In Stanford nt of the Finance Committee, detaining IKVnt my luery barnMoney due when colt Insure a Illng colt. the increase which tho amended Payno Is foaled or mare parted with. . bill makes over tho rates of tho Dinghy bill. James J. Hill, the railroad magnate, Ksl sorrel horse. tyrarsold.lAhnndshlEh. called on President Taft and expressed extra weight nnd bone. Hired by famous roadster and sire, Ited the belief that if the tariff agitation Ijcaf. who Is too well known to ill! horsemen to need description and Millgree, he by V. was cut off short and the oratorical r. uiay x:it, 11 uam ny iitii wiike. uhi Light's by C'eclllnii steam In Congress was shut off, the S:1U. son (St dam was Day Maid Wilkes: of theKrentOnmtfttii Ind country would begin a great era of dam Nell by old ilnlsorn.Ilrddnm Noonday ny hi. k inn: im uam .tiiumitni or rnot. prosperity at an early date. Jr.. Sth dam Twilight by Ixlimton: eth by Uagner. Senator Paynter is speaking for relief dam Darknessmesemccs promising inonenng to the tobacco growers by the repeal of young stallion we feel safeoiiiiis In saving that form, speed nnd wiiii a tax. He is speaking for relief to the that ins size, style, to proMi a great action Is hound be stock publishers by free paper and wood pulp. horse. Will stand at my11 livery Imrn In Stanford nt Sl.Mo Insure it lug colt, monHe is speaking for relief by a reduction ey due when colt Is foaled or mare parted with. He or duties on imported typesetting ma your good sure to see him before breeding ninres. (Ml. llKAZLKV.Htnnford, Ky. chines. Senator Paynter believes in relief through a reduction of taxes, not by taxing other persons for tho benefit linnd-som- Great indeed, our statesmen. On FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNthe same day that news came that TY FOR SALE ! Roosevelt had killed another camelo-partho intelligence was shed abroad A Mm1 blue ifrns farm for snlo situated on sl mile, that Taft had outstripped all rivals at newplko ni'iir 11lnt Ientell nml !i acres, outfi of Lancaster, containing well located In unod neighborhood, llng golf. , e d, POLITICAL. two-stor- Lincoln Squirrel. ISSr 'J. nMff xvv J 1 1 LONGll'ORTU 5 Edcrhcimcr, Stein & Co. MAKERS v!jkft)3 VL?jiiBSW' CVv he high-clas- As Pretf y As a Picture. We often say, and this is a case where the young man can look as fine as the man in this cut. This is one of our styles at $17.50, $20 and $25 in a dozen different shades. They are the best ready-to-wear high-clas- clothing Stanford ever had. tli-V- H. J. McROBERTS, Stanford, Ky. OR SALE ! Red Light. power boiler nnd engine and saw mill for sale. Will sell either or Ixith. On ah. K.NgiMN.Ottc nhelm, Kv. I'ostoMce, Wayneaburg, Ky. E33e2SeS2SQSSQQ3S3Sta Prescription Pointers ! STONEWALL JACKSON, JR. rT This tine black saddle stallion was slrel by the great saddle breetllng stallion. Old Htonewall. This colt's dam was a Denmark mure. He Is a nice colt. He has colt to prote his good breeding. Wlllsland nt lito Insure until weaning time. We hold a lieu on all colts until puld for. Ilarren mare, made to standby the Imprcgnator. We hnte perfect success In this bnndlng. BILLY BRECKINRIDGE. This fine blnck Jnck was sired by Major joiiii 11. Harris' imported jack, lie will mnko the season of lio nt my imrn ut it to Insure a colt until weaning time. His get of IWHIsnnwoo my farm to show for his good breeding. He Is a sure foal getter. A. T.THAYLOIl A HONH. Pleasant Hill Ilreedlng Kiirtn, htnuford. It. F. D. No. 4 ofyour constituents. Dr. C. W. Chester Peavine 811. U-.(V-- i, &3 It is customary for every druggist to claim to be "best" in prescription work. Good claim but we can't all be best. This store claims ability, capability, facility and a complete stock of drugs. We have the goods, the equipment, the experience. Mathers defeated Hon. C. S. Templeman for State Senator in the democratic primary Saturday in the district compesed of Harrison, RobertMathers son and Nicholas counties. ran on a straight democratic platform and refused to commit himself on the prohibition question. Templeman was an ardent supporter of tho county unit They do things somewhat differently bill at the last session of the General in China. For instance a man charged Assembly. with a capital crime is beheaded as to the truth of the charge MATRIMONIAL. mado afterwards. Five officials had Lew Holmes Walls, 22, and Miss Oea their heads cut off for, lit was alleged, aiding the Boxers. It turned out that Walls, 15, were married last week. they were not guilty and a royal edict Allen Best and Miss Ruth Powell, has restored their reputation but not popular young people of Doyle, were their heads, and u pecuniary indemnity married at Perryvillo. J. L. Wren, a third timer, and Mrs. has been bestowed upon their families. five headless officials are not in con- Serena Owsley, twice married, were The dition to appreciate the humor of the united in marriage at David Reynolds' last week. joke. andin-vestigati- ANiillUKiniNii. Four ; ears u, I hands, a iingm isty with l Toliaoeo and Tobacco Uine, conformation and action. Hired by Ilex I'euvlnn I71M. he by Ilex McDonald KM. Barns. by (Jheiter First dam Mli Madison Dare III. Hecond dam liy l'vavlnetU. Third ny HtoncwallJactson?:. dam Nothing But Notk. This horse need no Introduction to the people of this county. He has been liefore the publlo silicon and D. hi show record Is known to all; suffice It to say, he was shown all out Kentucky last The Insurance Min, by U. T. Handldge nnd met defeat season only ufewtlmes. lleweiilttround no hone, STANFORD, KY. showed every week against all ages Insueep-stak- e saddle rings und was never lurther Ilesldence I'bone 30 : Oltlce, 0&. linck than second. He Is u show horse unInsure with m and be fully der saddle. Ill harness he has won quite a number of roadster rings. He defeated all protected. ages at Nlchotasvlllo In big roadster ring. You see from his breeding he ha two crosses of lllnck Kkiulrrel, two of l'envlno. two of Htouewatl Jackson. If you are looking for ! fashionable saddle horse blood, here It Is. Hee hi in nnd see him do and you will breed to him. The Will sere a limited number of mures ut guard safest, surest anda most adequate safefor the future Is policy In ft) to Insure it IU lug colt. old, PuscuinioN 11-1 iiiuris Insurance. Jesse Wearen, PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. Safeguard the Future The Mutual Benefit Insurance Co. I Are You Going To Build ? ALL PEAVINE, Hubject to Heglster. Till horse Is three years old, n red sorrel,n good shaped one and a good galted one a you will find anywhere. He Is. 15.S hand high, was shown all oer the Htatelast year and was only defeated twice by stallion once under aiuldleand once In harness. Defeated both time by his half brothers, fo you see he linint a bad record as n show horse. lie all hi name Implies, being sired by Ilex 1'ettMne 17KI. 1st dam by k lVawne H5:Jnd dam by Warrf u Harris' ;8rU dam by John Nosely. If you are looking for Ten who blood here It Is. Will be permitted to serve limited number of inures at ISO to Insure a living colt. At same time and place will stand two good mule Jack at to Insure a lit lug coll. These Jacks need no advertising as they hatetuadeseveralaeasonaal this barn and every one know their colts. Hervice fee due oil all the above advertised stock when marw Is sold, traded or bred to other stock. Due In all cast when volt I fouled. 1 Den-mar- Life Mrs. Dora Richardson-Clay-Broc- k Whilo wo are here to build the Lincoln county court house nnd, rhouhl conspicuous for economical manage- tho building fever strike you, why not have a littlo talk with ut? Woaro ment, lllierallly of It policy contract, fair dealing with Its member and large returns n a better position to build you a nice tci ipollcy holder. The couiDtiuy Is Just entering the It of n successful business career with more policy bolder In Lincoln county than The Rev. Fred Hale, who we believo once held a revival at the Baptist church here, advances the singular proposition that God Almighty and not Banker Parrish, of Owensboro, Is the wrecking of the Savings Bank'of that city, by which hundreds of poor people, widows and orphans were robbed of their scanty funds. If the Rev. Hale is in earnest, ho must have a mighty poor opinion of Him Whom he professes to serve. says that the fact that $2,418,242 worth of diamonds were imported last month and a large Increase in the importation of automobiles Indicates that prosperity is coming to its own again. It may be for Mr. Wana-makand his class of millionaires, but the wage earner sees no Improvement, with no increase in his pay and everything he has to buy soaring heavenward in price. It is ever thus. "Tho rich can ride in chases; the poor must walk, bo Jasus." Mb. Thomas, only 25 years old, has been divorced three times. She was known as the child wife of Cassias M. Clay. To The Democrats Of The Judicial District Of Ken13th SIXTY FOURTH YEAR ' Brick Dwelling or A Neat Business House i' ub all other companies combined. Write lor particulars. stating ugeand whether mar- being ablo to buy all iiiateriuls cheaper and therefore are in position to put ried or single to 11. M. NEWLAND.Hpeclal Agt. a building tip for a considerable lower price. Nothing too largo or too Myers House Flat, Htauford. email and tho diutanco will not stop tin from figuring with you, matters not James I, White, (solicitor for Hockcastle Co. tucky. With gratitude for my friends who fought so valiantly for mo and especially with many thanks to Rev. T. W. Barker for the Interest he manifested in my behalf, I submit to the will of tho democratic party. Many falsehoods were circulated on me during the campaign, some of them totally withWishing that the out any foundation. 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, believing that it man can be a democrat and a locul optionist I am yours truly, J. S. Owslky, Jr. where you live. Wo invito any prospective builder to give a trial. Wo INSURANCE. R. B. MAHONY furnihli all plans any specifications for such uui!diugn freo of charge. that wo might erect, FRITZ KRUEGER & F. H. MILLER. Wanauaker IK kl I i One man whs killed and several oth. era were injured by the explosion of a Hue In the boiler of u steamboat near The government ut Washington pays Fairport Harbor, O, $360,000 a year for rubber bands. Tho Miss Caroline Steele, of Kentucky, is Mtlmate on red tape Is not given, but to be chief maid of honor for the Conbe immense. federate reunion at MemphU. it mutt llred by Ool. Hall Anderson, McKlnney.Ky, Till stallion Is a dark buy, t year old, la bauds I Inch high, with best of boue.aitloii. a tery hetvy mane and tall. Head hlsied. gree aim you win see lie I a well bred one us you can find In county. Ditlniaswaa aired by (teclllun (llilef. I.t dam by Ullliuus-.itudam by Hill's Vermont; xrd dam by Hay Dick; Itli dum b) I laid Mocking. NirTK.-- lu omrlng tho service of this touug stallion, I feel Hint lie Ik what we need tolmprntiinuratock. Helms hone, seed und action. He will get horses nig vnoiigu in work. M'li nnd ulso to make brood mares. See lilin liefon ou breed und you will breed to lilm, lie Is well euopgli jrisl touet trotters. TKItJ hlmat low urlct of flu tO lllSUrQ IIVlllK loll, bertlctl feu line ulii'ii colt I fouled, mure tritdid, sold or hftit to other stock. At tniiiotlmuHlid nluce the twnuoo.1 mule ticks, Jim 1'orter und llrlaiiolln. Yon nil now how these Jacks kretii. TKItMN. in insure n living colt. Money due a ullUnlxiteudtertlsed stock. It. it. Mju DDHU, UoKlHuey Ky. D ALMAS. Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life.LiveStock.Health and Accident, Plate Glass.Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without -- l' . OUR IAWN FENCE id it Ices expensive and better fencd than wood. More ornamental, dura-b!- e and a time caver as you need no inv, hummer and uuiU to keep it in repair. Call at our utore, eto tho beautiful fabric and gutcit aipl let us show you tho Icw priced on a good fuiico job. , GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. I - Hq&mjmm wmwvwmji'& rrm9P'!fmYrryffu'M,Jf-rfVxnf- ' W"rT- - jr " - r AVhllo Lincno Bulling 10c. Stripe and Plaid Drew Ginghanii 7Jc. Dotted Cnrlntn Bwiwca 10c. Stripe nnd Plaid Wlilto Lawn 10c. Sido Band Lawns 10c. All Calicoes 5c Brown Sheeting 8.c. School Umbrellas 3tc. Good Matting lie Whito Curtain Poles 10c. Linen Window Shndcu 20c. Laco Curtains ICc to 88.50 per pair. Bwi8 Curtain II to 82 per pair. India Linen 10c yard. A Bulletin of Bargains. Arc you interested in paving on your purchases or getting just a little ?i 3 Ladies' Taped Neck Vesta 7c. Ladies' White Foot Hose 10c Ladlca' Kibhcd Top Hoso 10c. Extra line, long slcave vests 25c. Kneo and anklo length pants 25c. Children's Nazareth Union Sait COc. A ICc quniity children's riblcdlhoec (slight.impcrfcctions) 10c. 27-xvelvet rug 81.25. Drugget 810 0x1 1 feet Urns h Oir all Spring Suits. Best Corset is the American Lady. Givo the Boys nnd Girls a chance. Put Educator Shoes on them. nil Linen Suiting, 25c. Linen Sheeting l)8c. Rest 81 nnd 81.50 Kid Gloves to he had; fitted to the hand. Ij One-Fourt- letter goods for your money than usual? II so, conic and Ictus prctcnt tho evidence of our willingness to do either for you. Wo never ark moro than others nnd on hundred of articles wo aik lose. Isn't it worth your whilo to pave tho dimes, quarters and dollars? SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Pony for salo. See thoso Wearen's. COc & SON. & STANFORD KY. CHURCH This ofllcc. Sheep dip at W. H. Higgins. MATTERS. L. K. IIughcH T. W. Humhlo ft A Clothes French cleaned. Cook shirts at Cummins & Farmer. -8TAKFOHD, KY., - MAY 1, 1000 Tby our new ball bearing lawn mow-cr- . Strawberries, green beans nnd to W. H. Higgins. matoes at J. D. Horton's Restaurant. Penny's Icrchbam soda water at If you nro particujar, try Denhnm's Frank HunnLE, colored, was fined Drop; Store. Rex coal. Yards nt Stanford and Row $10 for drunkenness by Judge Tribbie. and FINE lino of Keels. Poles, Lines land. all other Fishing Tackle at Penny's We aro ofTering 50 pairs of men's Drug Store. Dr. W. N. Craig, oculist and opti $3 50 oxfords at $2 75. Cummins & cian. Ofllco over II. J. McRoberts' Wearcn. "personals. clothing atoro. Taxes. -- Tho tax books for 1909 are Mrs, I). M. Anderson is convalcs. Roy Hook, the carpet and rug clean- now ready. Como in and got your recent. er. Is In town. Work satisfactorily ceipt T. J. Hill, sheriff. A. M. Warren camo up from Louis- done. Call at Campbell House. ville to vote. Fon Sale. On Saturday, May 22, Winfred Duncan Is dangerously 111 Messrs. I). S. Riffe and Norman O. i909, we will sell at auction 1,200 black True, of McKlnney, havo opened n locust posts in lota to suit purchaser. of typhoid fever. Miss Emma Warren is out after a general merchandise storo at that , Florence, Hughes & McCaity. place. protracted Illness. Hill Lee, colored, who was given L. II. Hughes spent Sundsy at ML Tlic L. & N. will run an excursion 420 da) s in jai for illegal salo of whisky Vernon with his wife Louisville next Sunday nt 1.75 the to some time ago, returned yesterday James T. M&nekfk went to Louis- round-tritrain leaving depot here at heregavo himself up to Chief of Police and ville Sunday on business. 0:16 A. M. Carter. Miss Sara Uauoiiuan is visiting Miss For Sale. Pure S. C. Hrown Adams nt Catlettsburg. Jean The directors of Lincoln County Fair eggs. Improved laying strain. . Judc.eJ. W. Alcorn Is able to bo Association aro requested to meet nt Ky. Mrs. R. L. Berry, Uustonville, out some, we are Rlad to state. tho First National Bank at 2 o'clock to 83-IJrown was at ML Vernon Phono 3 rings. Dr. K. J. morrow, Wednesday afternoon. J. F Sunday on professional business. THE second nlno of this place met Cummins, secretary. Caw. It. It. Gkntiiy and Sam Mbrco defeat at tho hands of tho Junction Mr. Levi Myers was thrown from came over from Frankfort to vote. City team hero Thursday nfternoon. his buggy Friday by his horse starting Pnor. Walter O. Hoitkr. of Mt. Tho score was 9 to 3. suddenly, and was considerably bruised Sterling, spent Sunday with the home The little son born to Mr. nnd Mrs. about tho head and face. Tnrro ribs folks hero. ItEV. S. M. Logan, wife and children, Harry Hill was spared but a few hours. were also broken but his physicians of Wllmore. aro RUesta of Judge M. C. Its little soul took its flight to mansions think ho will bo out in a lew days. bImvc Thursday night. Saufley and family. A Virginia court has decided that . Mr. Sam Severance, of liulsville, M. S. Raughman has filed his contest when a girl jilts a man sho must return spent several days with his brother. In tho circuit court hero against W. L. his engagement ring. That will go all Mr. Will Severance. McCarty for sheriff. It will como up right In Virginia and Kentucky, whero TllK editor of this paper is at French at this term of court. the girls would havo no difficulty in Lick Springs recuperating and enjoying getting another to take its place, but Pino W. R. Thomas, postmaster at a much needed rest. suppose such a decision had been hand Mrs. J. L. Jarvis and Mrs. Anna Hill, was given a year in tho peniten- ed down in Kansas. Louisvlllo Times. Kussell, of Stanford, were in town tiary for using tho Government's money Advocate. shopping. There havo been several hero from and falling to account for it. other towns looking over tho building Mrs. S. M. Saufley and little son, THE Ladies' Aid Society of tho Bap- lots that will be Bold nt auction next Shclton Marshall Saulley, returned to tist church will give an ice cream nnd Saturday, May 22. Interest seems to Frankfort yesterday. J. Hoy U. Hose and wife returned to strawberry supper Orchard. at the grow In this sale. There will be a big Everycrowd to attend and the lots will sell Etowah, Tcnn., yesterday after n stay school house at Crab body cordially Invited. readily. And before the year closes wo with relatives at Uustonville. loft last Mtas Lutie O. Mahsky There aro 87 Commonwealth; four hopo to seo several more beautiful week to enter the Summer school at ordinary appearances, 14 equity appear- homes completed in Stanford. tho Western State Normal, Howling ances, 48 old ordinary; 88 old pquity Commencement. Let all who are inGreen. cases on tho docket of circuit court, terested in education, remember tho went to '.ouisvillo which begins next Monday. Sam SrooNAMOHt: exercises Thursday evening at 8 o'clock Friday to take tho Civil Service examinThe Epworth Lvaguo Social at the at Walton's Opcrn House. Thcro will ation. He aspires to get a position as home of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Pence, Jr , bo an address of much merit. The exrailway mail clerk. ercises given nt tho close of Stanford Miss Mauy McKoiierts has returned Friday evening was n delightful alTair Graded and High School should bo of home in Stanford after 11 visit to Over 100 young peoplo wero in attentt her dance ana everybody nnd a good timo. interval tu fall ulid oVriyulm ia invited Miss Helen Harthlll nnd other friends m to attend. You will enjoy it. Tho here. Louisville Post. The democratic judicial primary elec Mary Keiciiert, of Crab Or- tion is over; now let every one settle speaker is one of extraordinary ability. Mrs. chard, sailed on the Hth for Heme, down to business and quit talking pol Attention Ladies. On next SaturSwitzerland, to visit relatives sho has itica until Fall nnd then put your shout day, May 22. you aro Invited to be presnot seen for 25 years. dcr to tho wheel nnd wo will enrry old ent at a demonstration nt our storo n CofMr. and Mrs. Isaiah White, of L ncoln county by a rousing democratic when Mr. Powers, the Moreland, wero with Mrs. White's majority. fee man and Mr. Foley, representing brother, Mr. W. H. Hrown.who is critiLutz & Schramm, tho famous preserve Photographs, cheap and durable, nt and pickle firm, and Mr. Jack Hutsell, cally ill. Liberty News. Miss Maky Higrins has been elected my residence in Dnrsttown, where I am of U need a Iliicult fame, will bo hero to music teacher in the Somerset Graded prepared to do all kinds of work from "spread the glad tidings" and prove School nnd wo congratulate tho truatcos post cards to large family groups. tho quality of their respective lines of of that instltutipn on securing her ser- Views of resiliences and stock made on goods. Come in and sample the good short notice. All work warranted. things we havo to show you. Geo. D. vices. NEWS comes from Cincinnati that Cash with order. Frank Cordier. Hopper, fancy groceries. Misa Mattio Lee Hubble has typhlod Stanford's crock baso ball team dc One of the most interesting services fever now. She is in Dr. O'Deli'a In- lea tod tho Uustonville nine 22 to 6 on firmary there. Her friends wish for the grounds hero Friday afternoon. ever held in Stanford was the occasion of tho Baccalaureato sermon of Stanher a speedy recovery. to bo inThe game was too Dill Fields and son, of Stanford, teresting. Tho boys also played Uus ford High School Sunday morning nt minis-tor- s were on Tuesday's train en routo to tonville a return gamo Saturday and tho Presbyterian church. The of tho several churches, the truson a fishing trip. They Hazel Patch the score stood 8 to 7 in favor of Stanwero joined here by C. E. Itico and ford, making 13 straight victories for tees, the choir, tho graduates and the faculty of Stanford Graded and High others. Mt, Vernon Signal. Stanford without dofeat, which is in- School met in tho basement about 10 deed a credit to tho team. o'clock and formed a procession which LOCALS. . HALEY. Mrs. Rebecca Haley, aged marched Into the church at the appointLibbey cut glass at Mueller's. 79, died at her home at Rowland Fri- ed hour. Tho service was one of inter-oii and success in all of its appoint Wedding and graduating presents of day morning of paralysis. Sho was tho quality at Mueller's. widow of Mr. Alfred Haley, who pre- ments and was enjoyed by a large au ceded her to the grave some 10 years. dience which was attentivo to every Wear athletic underwear 50c per Mrs. Haley was a devout member of part or number. The music was of garment. Cummins & Wearcn. tho Christian church and a good woman. high order and well rendered by a choir n EspecA FEW more steel roller, ball bearing She is survived by the following chil- selecteJ from all the churches. dren: Mesdamea J. C. Hays and 11. F. ial features of the music wero an anskates for sale. Cheap. This ofllco. Routon and Miss Bettio Haley nnd them by tho choir and a most beautiful The rain of Saturday night was a James Haley. Tho burial took place in solo by Miss Mary McRoberts. Miss good one anil did much good for the Buffalo cemetery Sunday morning after Mary Higgins presided at tho organ farmers. and did her work artistically, showing services by Eld. J. G. Livingston. d much skill. The sermon by Rev. Sweet potato, cabbage and tomato wero 1,389 votes polled SatM. Logan was presented in a mas-- ' plants for sale. C. L. Ashley, J mile There urday in tho judicial primary In Linfrom Huitonvilla on Uradfordsvlllo coln county, Judgo Saulley receiving terful way, showing depth of thought, sincerity of puroso and intensity of piko. 823 votes and Judgo Owsley 5(30, giving zeal. Tho thought "Sho Hath Done ANY ono desiring stenciling done in the former u majority of 257 in this She Could" was the gist of tho curtains, waists, etc., will see mo at county, 202 In Boyle; 477 in Morccr and What nnd was presented In u way Wheeler Emporium, Huston- - 2ul In uarraru, wiucn would give mm discourse tho Chas. to impress his hearers with a sense of vlllo, each Friday. Gable W. Uradshaw. ii total majority of 1,197 in tho entire duty to fellowmen and to God. If tho News comes from Lafolletto, Tcnn., district. A light vote was polled graduates'prcscnt lives to the world that.Mulliiw & McKlnney, saloon men, throughout the district. A more order- modeled after tho high standard set by have assigned. Mr. McKlnney former- ly election was never held In Lincoln Mr. Loiran In that service they will ly lived in this county and Mr. MulWns oounty nor a fairer one either, so the have no rauso for failure in commencing the battle of life. kttowiflg ones ay. at LivitMtstefl. i Log-horn ' m A new Baptist church to cost $13,000 will bo erected at Springfield. Congratulations are being handed to Secretary P. T. Hale, of tho Baptist Educational Society of Kentucky, on tho completion of the $100,000 fund which enables the society to claim the gift of Dr. A. Gatliff of 4,000 acres of coal lands. Tho protracted meeting at the Baptist church, conducted by Rev. Jameson and Stnto 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 bo n meeting of the Christian Endeavor Society of Lincoln county at tho Presbyterian church next Sunday, May 23, at 3 r. M. for the purpose of organizing a Christian Endeavor union. It is hoped that all societies will bo present. Rev. H. II. Shearin, aged GO, father of Dr. Hubert Shearin, president of Hamilton College of Lexington, died at his home in Danvillo Saturday after a brief illness of a complication of diseases. He was widely known as a minister of tho Christian church. The orator of the world has fallen. Bishop Charles B. Galloway was the acknowledged orator of the globe. There will bo 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 People's Societies of the various churches will be invited to attend at 8 r. M Pastor. A. J. Cole, a prominent travelirg salesman, dropped dead of apoplexy tt Barbourville. Ho was a prominent Elk, Knight Templar and Shrinerand leaves a wife and five children. W. O. Martin i SHirts ai)d Lii)en Was!) Suits. Wo nrc ofiering exceptional values in both Skirts nnd Linen Wash Suit. The very latest styles and all colors. Ladies' Linen Wash Suits from 85.00 to 88.00. Hegulnr price 87.50 to 812. Everybody knows that tho "QUEEN" is the best Skirt made. We havc them in Voiles, Panamas, Ac. Prices from 83.50 to 814.50. Regular prices from 85 to 818.50. Come to Fee us and wc will convince you thnt wc arc giving the best that tho market can afford iu the way of quality, ttyle, &c, at the very lowest figures. J m HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., i Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. i IT ISN'T VOU ALONE! We want the custom of your friend; quite and wc propose to fell them hy pleasing you. your as much as wo want yours; 1 m ii When you como to lis for NOTICE! .1. L. ol Mn hem In the Circuit Court of l.lnioln county, nt March term !'.".'. will ink tliH gowrnurfor n pnrdon nnd reftlorntlon not II cltUinlil unci nil who olijict willany ob-y tliu governor ami statu In writing wc are going to give you so good a one for your money bo that much of jection. lny Ittli 1'.V. little that you'll bo glnd to tell your friends about us, and about the clothes HntiRli.honiironvlctlof thuf-fi'ii- SUMMER SUIT, kind ot advertising there is. we fell. After nil that's the best . ..... ... nn iit-itiiilllliu lib iiij Hum uvm 1..w.nl. n Hllni Anclertou itivIIIi' tho jnck, which lino perhnpn Kottell UMivany JlUl just received another diipmeiit ot coltanannyjuck In thw county, nt 1 fi to In- ..... Ililml.nll Will lllci. Htlltlll hrt Mtllna OF STILE" make. Jr., by Hcd dlil IXiliititlllon, lltil ltiil, he liy ltei IVnvlne, nt f 10 to Inturu n lUlnBCoft. Ho wilt tt permitted to tt'tw ... I. w 111 SEASONOF 1909. .. Wo havo nobby patterns and they nro tho "PILE U. I'r only 11 limited iiuintx'r ol mnrf W. . r.Olilut.H.t l.tvl acherllle. II MX, W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of m A. S. )Uico Surgeon Dontlst, PRICE. ITANFORD, - KENTUCKY. over McRoberts' Drug Store in the Owsley Buildiug. Kar-a-va- CHESTER S. Thliton of Ohciter Darn will make the present teuton nt 1. H. t'urpenter' atnlile In II. ......... Illn ... .Ill If. ItlHI.r.l II 111 til. Jlll.ttllIHl. fl anii i'kdmhkk. llu -l n nmcimrioM ulncK wiiu mar in ioreueutit tu mium ihk"i Willi nil tlieatyliinml llnlli churucterttllc of Uiot'lietcr Dure family, a uooil iictlng liorto nnd n pru en breeder. He Mm tieforo booking your miircii If ounr looking forn cood breeilernt llln price. Hired ty Cbe-te- r dam hy tVli'raih. Xnddmiiby Pnre. ll.ppy.uyM...nur.o HhM. . lluitomllle, Ky. COUNTRY in H- - - PRODUCE ...."...... I Lancaster, Stanford, Hustonville and Brodhead. lt B. NORTHCUTT. Stanford. one-side- d " m st m mm nAillInn tn iln nu IrlnHi w nn.m m all siiuui us tucu..... Jlloclc Work,t tilPavcmentinn t rum a n ll.aw wu HV l.ounedown toHftmce pot. W etn irne you promptly ami Rtmranteo flrtcinis Brown Mauley Pivot Axle Cultivator, 4 Shovels and 2 Bull Tongue at before you buy your mutt rial ut leait. 827.50. Brown Mauley Pivot Gang Cultivator, 4 Shovels and 2 Hull Tongues nt 827.60. These cultivators havo been in ueo here for several iu every respect. The regular, price ou the years and aro strictly H O III V .T 111 CONCRETING BROWN riANLEY RIDING rt ttr. CULTIVATORS ! JlJa crttinu, .. , .. l 111 w- .. UIH1 .. ittVW W - PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. e Dinwiddie & up-to-d- ate Pivot Gaug is 828 and tho Pivot Axle 831. Tho reason that I aw oilering these plows nt tho above price is that I am overstocked. Call and ste before buyiug. E. T. PENCE, STANFORD. i'HE CA'fCa JJUII lll.. rtWL, San-for- Co., yJsaUw,1 I. til i Hustonville, Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We carline ry an of goocls. 5! transfer ..II mmm! II L0N6 DISTANCE TELESK FM RATES APTLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE j TELEPHONE COISP&av lkPn?HTta ..fajy - o, H oi. L.Jtrfftji PFt Li The Interior Journal. JhUrtdinthe u Port-Ofi- FARMER'S For Sale. Good DIPARTMIMT. bnggj mare. II. 0. Lutes, Stanford. Two fresh Jersey cows for Rale. E. T. Bcazley, Stanford. Trigg county tobacco growers will limit the acreage to 70 per cent. Walter Martin sold his bunch of lambs No, Jl, Houth, II tM r. M. for July delivery to D. C. Allen at 61c. No.W.Houth.llrtB A X.. No. J, North. :W A. Lost, red yearling steer. Left about No. . North, 6: r. M. No. T7, 10:47 A.M. May 6. Reward. II. Held, Stanford. . No.H.JlWr. Fob Sale. A good family horse, perfectly gentle. Misa Mollie Brooks, JOS. 8. BICE, Agent. Crab Orchard. Almost every tobacco plant bed In the of vicinity of Crittenden county has been destroyed by plant-be- d scrapers. Tho total sales of loose leaf tobacco GroIMtilrr to sell prlvntvlr. my stock of luisl-- . it good ceries nnd Itnntwnre. Dolnir In all the markets of Virginia for tho Will Invoice. lout IVw. llenson six months ending with last February Jll tienlth. OF.O. Ii. HOri'KK.Btnnfonl.Ky. amounted to 9G,GG5,G61 pounds King James, carrying 125 pounds and Th9 Joseph Prlct Sanatorium, favorite in the betting, easily won the e at Stanford 01 $tnd-cin- tniUUr. L. SN.TIWETHBLE PUBLIC SflltEl VERYS. An Ideal Walkirg Cxford 9Sgg! iiM Stock Merchandise for Sale. of 35 Magnificent I.il II. l .n I lliU Fltl SliW. ; North I.nnciistfr Street, Metropolitan Handicap at Belmont Baildioo hots OXFORDS In Beautiful West Danville. by-hi- Stanford, Kentucky. Park. third. Fayette was second and Juggler rorTrentment of Dlsenses of the Kje, Nose, M. Phillips has sold a lot of corn at 'Throat, Kar, lenitoUrlnnry, Ileclnl Or- $4.50 at the crib. D. B. Chatham gans. Nervous Hrstcm nnd Hurgery. bought a pair of mare mules in Garrard county a few days ago for $450. fT4tif 3."i NstlM Ptultry Ralttrt;! liar-rodsbu- rg Now I tho tlmo of year to feed your fowls cures Cholera, Gapes, good tonic, Roup, ranker nnd Llmberneck, when fed ns a preventive It not only keeps them healthy f them lay. tot makescents, no cure, no pay, guaranteed Price W try It under V jour dnigmsl, Geo, Irenny, on diseases tfeegunrantee, poultry. Askfor booklet Herald. There will he offered at public auction without reserve or Montc,Fox & Co., representing Jos. Stern & Son, Mew York, Bold to E. tho most desirable building lots in West Danville on Egan, of Chicago, and Arthur Stern, of New York, COO slop fed cattle weigh ing about 1,200 pounds at about Cc Advocate. A Lancaster of Green, White, Tan, Ox Blood and Black, IN ALL special says: T. D. Walker, of this place, has 185 acres clentiflc preparation ZEMO, within about two miles of the city that external us. Stops itching instantly is sown in hemp and is reported as lookad destroys the germs that cause skin Chmci. Eczema cuickly yields and is ing unusually fine. Messrs B. F. Hudpermanently cured by this remarkable son and James House have crops on the meikla: All Druggists. Write for sam- same farm owned by Mr. Hudson and ple. E. W. Rose Med. Co., St Louis, Mo. Dr. Elliott, making in all nearly 400 Penny's Drug Store. acres in process of cultivation. Eczema is Curable foi Thursday, May 2009, PROMPTLY AT 1 O'CLOCK. THE STYLES FOR 1909, for When Ordering Clothes BR0DHEAD. ItnTe Your measure tnken by a tailor of exMrs. Mary Albright is soon to have a perience. Then your clothes, whetuern low price business suit or the llnest evening large livery barn erected. lotties, will have thnt Individuality and lit Mesdames Walter Miller and Tom whlrh plainly Indicate they were made to will also take tout measure. Itrousers, fancy your meas Freeman are on the sick list. vests, top ure lor extra The Baptist Sunday school here had rents and overconts. Hpiing and Hummer somples on hand ready lor your inspection an enrollment of 112 last Sunday. UUI'LKY.TheTalYor, H.O. Larkin Hicks, of this place, and Mrs. Stanford, Ky. Sally Ramsey, a widow of the Big Skin Diseases Itchine Glades section, were married Sunday. Several of the lots to bo offered front on the Perryville pike and arc the Are readily cured by Zemo. A liquid Per Shelton bought of T. ft Frith 6J All lots except those fronting on the Perfor external use. Zcmo gives instant acres of land just west of town at $6J. cream Of the whole xlief and permanently cures any form Bob Hicks bought of J. T. Cher- ryville pike nre 50x200 feet, and thoe on the pike nre GOx'JhO. jf Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All ry two acres lying in front of entrance nniorrists. Write for sample. E. W. to fair grounds at $90 per acre. lose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. J. F. Harris sold to J. M. Cress, of fi. L. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Preachersville, a bunch of ewes at $G per head. P. E. Shivel sold to Jack I Sutton 10 ewes at $3.50 per head. J. Matt Craig and Herman Frith have The .... of IWncrc, of good blue grass bought about all the wool in the county farm ...il.VA.il.nf ..vj ... 1U1U, lyiUK unc nine .iviiu wi UnL'Innurnn tit htnnfiirti nlke. IniDrovetuents and at 27 and 28c per pound unwashed. fencing good: plenty of water nnd fruit. Farmers are about through planting Also 135 acres of tlmliered land ono mile Xastot McKlnnev;half under fence; plenty c?rn and there has been a larger ncre-ag- e ef water and good tobacco land. Kee grow of the cereal planted this season J.A.OlVKNH.Agent. a crop. ! McKlnney. Ky. than ever before known in these parts a bu! table season this county should If CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! furnish its own corn next spring! TimEach holder of n ticket will be registered and tho holder of the lucky I ran furnish the public with the best, as ber all gone and no public works seems well us the freshest of cut (lowers, plants of that farms should be improved now. number must he present in person when the drawing takes place. A Draw flowers, on short all kinds, bulbs, potted Last Saturday the republicans of this band will bo iu attendance. Danville's repntntion as nu educational center aotlce. Also make a speclultyof wreaths Icr lor funeral purposes. In connection with the above, I have nil county closed a heated contest which is too far fumed to require speciul notice here. It may ho mentioned thaj kinds of vegetables on hund at reasonable hid been going on for some time. Lots of voting, lots of drinking and several the Kentucky School for the Deaf, Central University of Kentucky, Cahl OIIKIHTStAJf HItKKN IIOUHKH. KD llUIIHAItll, l'KIIII. small scraps at different places. The well College, Danville IJusiucss College, numerous private schools nnd the For The Htanford, Ky only man having a cinch was T. J, best public school iu the State tire located here, ns well as. handsome churches Nicely, for sherilT, he having no oppo Danvillo is the terminal point of tho Southern Rail of nil denominations. aition. Those nominated as follows: of the Queen it Crescent route. Hundreds of (Successor Dr. II Ij. Casey ) L. W. Bethurum for county judge de way, nud the divisional jwint est DauVillo is tho one availa nwinle are nioviiiL' into thccitv. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. feating G. M. Ballard; Hugh Miller for milronil When these lots arc sold all available circuit clerk, the man who ran because ble residence section for thews people. Graduate of Chicago Vet-jhis horse told him to; S D. Lunsford, building sites in this section will have lwo.ii practically taken, so now is the Hotter than ever handled before for erinary College. county attorney, defeating W. A. Hamthe Price. lo the most Olllce at 1. 1'. Logan's Htuble. monds; John W. Kenar, superintendent time to buy. JThone ii. be fouud. Terms liberal and line of public schools, defeating three others DANVILLE, KY. To the speculator uo better investment can by a large majority; S. F. Bowman, made kuowu on day of tale. county clerk fought seven others but got there; Tip Langford, jailer, defeating six others; James Proctor, assessor, defeating two others. n West Danville is located in tho very heart of the growing, residential dis-triof tho city; new houses arc being erected nnd the demand for dwellings in this .particular section is far beyond the supply. If all tho lots to be of. fered had a house on them, all could be rented to desintblo tenants in less thnn 24 hours. West Danvillo is barely outside of tho city limits, where all the advantages of the town may be enjoyed, yet without the payment of city taxes. fronts upon ono of the iuot magnificent country This splendid estates in Kentucky, nnd is without doubt the real growing section of Danville, within easy reach of water, electric lights, wwcrage and ga. ct Men, women and Children. & ." t H I FARM FOR SALE ..... A Splendid Lot Will be Given Away Absolutely FREE on Day of Sale Cummins MY LINE OF Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TROUSERS!I Is Now Complete i iUi3? '(A O CcntoW A, 91, j:ttcn. W y " a TU: DR. E. C. TEST, m , SPRINdndSUMNER J.L.Beaztey&Co., Men's and Ladies' Oxfords iH L Jat&aaaMaaTTiBaBLiVs-- I 1t iff I UurieitiKers and Embalm rs. A1m DealerB in Immature, Mattings.Rugs. The will exchange Furniture for all Kind of Btock.J&Give Them a Call. Price Right. Srr-OUb- . Here and There. Tho most illiterate country of Europe s is Iloumania. of the population can neither read nor write. Twenty-fiv- e person were injured nnd several buildings demolished in Mount Washington, a suburb of Kansas City, in a severe wind and hailstorm. Two-third- Dunn & Adams, Real Estate Agents, la any etylcyou with. Cull aud let us thow yiu what we have. - KENTUCKY. J.C.jVlcClary, Between 30 and 40 persons wero injured, some of thorn fatally, by tho wreck of a Chicago and Alton train njar Odessa, Mo. Tho longest telegraph lino in the world aboye ground, and without a break has been completed in Australia. Its total length is someting over 0,000 mues. In Australia the child of a poor widowed mother, instead of being taken from her and placed in an institution, is boarded with its mother, at the expense of the State. Two of the five men convicted in the DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. oooaoooa Did vou ever stop and figure how much cheaper we cuii cell n better Hug good buggy that t- elU at 813.") to 8150 ? Wo cau savo thaa the you 815 to 825 on each. Why? We bell direct. Wo cau inako jtit as cheap as tho man iu New York, Chicago or St. Lou'h, or anywhere uud we cun save you the profit of hauliug, drayage uml ireiglit mm tlrummer, anil of all is tho dealers profit. tho Let us figure with you; we have tho latest improved machinery; wo have u wheel drill that drills a wheel in 3 iniiiutci; wo Imvo n sandpapering ma chiuo that will do tho work of 12 men; our emery and sand belt machine has no c(ual. Our flexible drill machine will drill 2000 holes In buggy (shafts and bailies hi n day. How does this hguro in drilling by lintid. Uivo us n cull. Wo paint old vchiclcB ami make them look liko new. KY SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD.1KY. You Will Make No Mistaken; Buying .' .1 The jfr& ?:.STANFORD, WBte Phone, 1ST, - "Turpentine Trust" case ut Savannah, Ga., were sentenced to serve three months in jail, while fines ranging from $2,000 to $5,000 were assessed in -- Brown Riding and Walking Cultivators. Come in and look at them. Screen Doors, Screen Windows, Screen Cloth, Etc.. in All Sizes. Shall be Glad to Undertaker. Cmbalmer and Beater In Harness, Saddlery, KY- llome.I'hons s. each case. At Campbellsvlllo Daniel Horton, aged about 40, was killed by. William Shipp, aged 20, as the result of an old fued. Horton's brother killed young Shipp'a father, Robert Shipp, and at the same time was killed by Robert Shipp. This happened about 10 years ago. They met in the road and when R. M.ARNOLD. KY. DANVILLE, Harry Jacobs, SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENCI-NEERIN- See You. , thesmeke cleared away both duelists, Dealer lu uiul Munufucturcr of I Hiii preiwrol toiloull kliulsuf sure)lni Robert Shipp and Lloyd Horton, wore mulch 11 vuslimvrlUK promptly. My work Mill U gimruutitil iiiiJ uiy prices are dead. Taylor county thought it was Marble and Granite MonuW'rltw meat McKlnney or call Die ments, feud, and it is rid of the telephone turouitu the Hustouvllle Onitlery ami greatly regretted that it has broken Markunt and I'osti, Otllco ami Murks,Ijiwa orr lUe Kxchuuge. VuscsbikI HotUes. out again. WAIVrKHMvKINNKY. Kjr. Sbipp-Horton W. H. HICC1NS, . Stanford, Kentucky.