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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0- N a J i t THEr ti JOURNAL C J- 4oJ 7 1 VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 21 1909 NO 24 1 II WAYNRSBURO 1 The now two rom school building Is last which la an honor to WayncsburgtThere will bea decoration at J Wayneeburjf cemetery Sunday May 8C Invited closed hit singing schoc tEverybody9 and will begin one at In the near future Hunlcy Singleton carrier on rural I routo No4 la laid up with a mashed foot W C Chlldera Is working In hll place Eliza Wilson little daughter of lame Wilson of this place died on the 1711 T and was burled In tho Waynesburg cemetery Most all the farmers will Ret througl 11planttng corn this week Wheat looks welt In this section of the country Tot bacco letting will soon be at hand Mr and Mrs H L Dumas vlittei the homefolks before going to AlcKlnI ney to work Stanley Maintain vlaltcdII I the homefolks at MIddleburg Sundays II Gooch of Somerset is here on I business Earnest Smith Is at homet from Somerset this week J II Actor and family and D O Lewis and wife and others from this place attended tboI singing at Good Hope Pulaskt countyC Sunday Mrs Betsy A Singleton via itcd tho family of Richard Heater last week r Lived 1 Yew Wm Parr Englands oldest man married the third time at 120 worked In the fields till 132 and lived 20 years longer People should bfl youthful al 80 James Wright of Spurlocic Ky I J show how to remain young I feel just like a 10yearolilboy ho writer after taking six bottles of Klcctrli Bitters For 30 years Kid noy trouble made life a burden but the first bottle I 11 AoUbls t wonderful medicine convinced I mo I had found tho R run tost euro nn t- I earth Theyro a god ond to weak 1 sickly run down or old people Try them fiOc at Pennys Drug Store t PRESTON 922 Yoll1 illd tndill llnlllon of KnItuo y VliinIbc at nil lhu Kvutttoky rntri Hi tlw norm how nt KuKalo N 1- HtIoulsaloandKanst1tby Wbl tOll o First Unui nell Ill uuMlirirk No KH toI41tu1 dnm by I nt rk C He U n brown hone W hand lilfti with Hue ntylD oral very high onion It U ruels- to my more alioui him ni thepopl rleordrthe sound Mnbovrliortaml also for brvwlliig pur 1 1104He will make the uion of UI lit my I table In Ornb OrvlinrU Ky nt the nooNlIII nW lKur cif tt4 lo Intunt n W1n JHop mates on ama nt It wr inonlli hen Will noun nipoinlblo for incident or ten poof ttock un duo It nmro It sh IraI or ported with or bred tu other stunkJJOIIAIMSY- Ornborelinrd Ky ASHLAND BROOK ISO 411591 VollTAT ILlUbrwlby Kunono nuokI er Ueorgrlown Ky Asir and llrook was l with len hind loot IilgliVmiiBfc nrcsk Ko 111111 record rulex tnn of Mnrgnrel 8 tlml II tjr IliIlbrookyIflJelu t llrook N Kllliiti inane UMly brook iiiti and nU1I1I1I11I llruokj 2ub Hllent IIrook tlInrklllibt of Hrnrch Itulit IIrhlhlllailiiUN nod No Vnlpn att record2ir7 llrook lit ilnm lluun Wren byAlilnml Wllkpiirsiinconlll7V the lruot II Gentry SlMH HAlly Ir tJIi Ashland Wllkea strut h7 llro- lWllklUII he by flrurKO Wilkes nycpnil iIly by lrctuuder bjf Jim Motmwsas NOTK Aibiami llrook linlinmlioiiitt tel low with lots or kulwtancv bin n bald wny of goingwith itxed style nml iictlon llli crop cola nro two yehrs onlt and they IIro could exlxct thO t colors with ol site antiIOK KOOI Krrni fttylo and llnlili Ashland Hrook will lltake till present season nt 111 to Inturo n thing cult also stand the treat mulo nnd Jcnnrl luck Hilly Ine lit 110 for mares and tw tor JNlnti to Insure n living colt 11117 K 11 sired hy Toni Reenu dart tilt imp 1ulurmo td dent by Uivl llutililn1 the sire of Joe illnckburn nun llrlit 1rPrince Itllly Kitina itnnili lull le hiiimi black with whltu i olitti and 01 breeder U ni mule orJennet Jack hiscolts- i1IWIibringfng11whtghost price atsrus- traeltdparted or elsewhere for feltn tint lutnrnnro null mosey become duo nt the tlmo of tuck transaction KING EAGLE I NorM U 10 hand- shighdarklsytvllhnow7ugnununnd tnll f gges nil tho style notlollmnllllrHlrlll by King S5K6 ho J I by On Time 743 he Htonutrnll Jackson I I I tri l lit dntu Mnllli MnllMti thugnotnlsirttCubbttllloxinijthe Klu 1 l cl urn by utnnrk ho stiller Donnmrk I3 Ithoroughhrdivorx ln reOller of tine colts tMY nil IinvlntfAlio 111111 action 1k sired itifl coll thnt won tha iiaoitnko nt the Htantord Knlrnnd the e1w toonl Lancaster defeating lucre four 01 tho got of the- greutltaxLeav IIeThtagel of King laRleg wits Milcon 10 stake nt llnrrodiburg wlth2lentrle and defeated tho colt that won thl tnko two out of throe shows llli colts urn Indvnutnd bring thoblgheitprlcei King nllh will the present tuiuon nt- th low price of llfi to Iniuro n living colt Will also tho Kroal mule Jnok Jim Keene nt 110 for mares anti IW for Jennet to Iniuro n living colt Jim Koeneilred by the great litdnm by the Imp John Ind dnm Il eher Jim Keene U isi handa blahbl okwlthwhltopolntin great ofUthinnbovo mentioned took will 7acoat our stable X J iniiegWeitofmnnfordonthe Hh lby pity stares with orpike tho fniurance and money tocomeiduontthotlmoofiQchtranwption For fu STHAnniSAHOBTWOODS Phone 7J Ring 8 StanfordKy Bobbitt on the Pardoning Powe I have boon requested by both demo crata and republicans and ono of them most intelligent colored man In Kentucky to give my views upon tho question Can a Governor of a Stat Pardon a Fugitive Fcpm Justice 7 Emv phatlcally no When one flees from justice and withdraws himself from the jurisdiction of a State and its court and refuses to render himself amcnabl to tho process of tho laws and exile himself from the laws of hta State and withdraws himself from tho reach of the sword of justice ho has no right to and can not claim the Interposition of executive clemency from tie governor of that State whose laws he has bro ken and from whose penalties he has fled God In Ills mercy will Impar grace and pardon to the humblo penlJ tent who approaches the o Grace with a contrite and broken heartr1 God Almighty will not forgive thet stubborn heart Tho wicked sinner may lice from the wrath of God and placos himself out of the pale of mercy but can not withdraw himself from thov punishment of violated lawrOur fathers in framing tho organice of this country Incorporated constitution of the United States thisf section Fugitives from justice Ing from one State to another shall b delivered up by the executive of tboI State to which ho has fled on demandtJ of tho executive authority of StateI from which ho fled to be tc thft State having jurisdiction of tho rime This clause was Inserted in tho constitution by our foroatherstot prevent a defeat of the lice Nor can the governor of tho State to which tho criminal has fled lortrefuge refuse or fall to surrender ujjitivo on any account without a vlo atlon of the oath of office which ho akes at his inauguration to supportS ho constitution of tho United There Is no plainer section in the con 0 tltution than this If any section of ho constitution can bo picked to pieces E hen the wholo four months work of 1 dboWhy was tho pardoning power vested n our constitution 7 To rcllvongalMt tardshlp Thero Is perhaps one man n out of 600 unjustly and improperly con acted There are some casesI know f ono or two out of 1300 now in tho penitentiary that are entitled to Inin mediate liberty Out they will not be c lardoncd Tis tho worst criminals whore pardoned Almost everybody knows leis A good man as Ulackatono says bout a moderate man In politics re elves no quarter from any party The r object of the law is to punish bad men to prevent crimes Thu abuse of exec itivc clemency is n great encourage ncnt to crime Somo men only kill to get a bad bloody nnmo Tho pream ble of tho constitution reads as follows Wo the people of the United Statest n order to form a more perfect uniont establish justice insure domestic tran uility provide for the common defense iromoto the general welfare and to IeIcure tho blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity do ordain andI establish this constitution for the ed States of America Tho abuse or discriminate use of the pardoning power does none of this Ulackstono says tho English register does not dis lose n single case where any king of treat Britain has ever pardoned an as main a You may ask what shall the ieoplo do who are taxed to death to punish bad men and that object is de- frated by n usurping executive 7 Answer Ignore his pardons and arrest try and punish the criminals and en orco your laws Away back In thu old llblo times if n man accidentally kill ed hid neighbor with whom he was forking ho bad to lee to a city of ofugo to escape the avenger of blood and even then must not come out till the death of tho high priest Six of Oll executive magistrates ought to lavo been impeached and one nearly at tho bottom of the alphabet ought to be Impeached by the next General Assem ily None of this will be done how ever This communication is in answer to a equcst made of me by members of nth parties and both races It will sound strange to futurogencr tons that 1200 men cun go with arms at noon day and assassinate a State Senator and no ono be hung for it and two other min In a neighboring State can murder a United States Senator and after conviction give bond and one of them sail away to Cuba- FONTAINE Fox BODDITT Smashes All Records As an allround laxatlvo tonic and oalthbullder no other pills can com laro with Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills They tone and regulate stomach liver and kidneys purify tho blood strong thonthe nerves euro Constipation lyspepsla Biliousness Jaundice readaohe Chills and Malaria them 25o at Pennys Drug Store NEWS NOTES Dr John Wood assistant physician at Lakeland has resigned on account or III health Tho plant of the Memphis Cottonsce Oil Co ono ot the largest in the South destroyed by fire causing a 200 000 loss Tho rumor that the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad is to take over tho Chicago Cincinnati and Louisville road has been revived In Cincinnati Senator Beverldge was Invited to deliver an address at tho unveiling of tho Lincoln monument at Hodgenvllle on May 31 but reluctantly declined The wife of Henry Qulaenburryono Montgomery countys most prominent citizens committed suicide by cutting her throat with a razor She was tern Insane from illness At Tulsa Okla Judge Marshall dis the Federal grand jury that has reinvestigating the Muskogct town lot fraud cases saying it had beer subjected to improper influences Petitions containing EOOOOsignaturei presented to the Mississippi Rail Commission at Jackson urging the commissioners not to adopt the flat rateI two cents a mile for passenger traf Colored passengers paying the samer tare as white passengers cannot be legally discriminated against in the way f accommodations according to a rul ng of the Interstate Commerce Commission The manufacturers of liquors and Leer and tho wholesale dealers are to eat the laws recently passed by tho Tennessee Legislature to prohibit the nanufacture and sale of Intoxicants In to hat State By a resolution Introduced by Mr jaFollotto the Interstate Commerce Commission is instructed to inform tho- enato 2G what railroads have failed to omply with tho laws limiting tho hours f servlco of their employes h In tho Federal Court at Kansas City 2 S Horn Frank II Horn John E lorn Raymond Mop and F H Snl In er were found guilty ot using the mls to defraud The men were promoters of a gold mining scheme Lieut Gen Stoessel and Rear Adc ilral NobogatofT have been released from confinement In the fortress of St Peter and St Paul by order of Emperor Nicholas of Russia The health of both ten has been gravely affected by their confinement President Taft on Wednesday delivered an address at Fort Mahone fol lowing the unveiling of a monument and statue of General John F Hart anft erected In memory of Pennsylvania soldiers who fell in tho fighting bout Petersburg Va during tho war between the States- Cablegrams from Adana Asiatic Turkey say it is now believed tho csti rates of the number of Christians slain during the recent outbreaks have been xaggcratcd and that thq aggregate will not exceed 10000 Many of those who were supposed to hive been slain re appearing at their homes or among I tie refugees who have locked to theI irgcr towns for relief Henry H Rogers Standard Oil magnate copper and railroad apitaJlstI Is dead at his home in New Mr Rogers was for many years one of tho most prominent financiers in the country Ho started in life as a news boy at Fair Haven Mass and since his scendcncy in tho financial world helms ontnbutcd over 3000000 tor tho up lilt and beautltlcatlon of his native town Ills last achievement was the ullding of a railroad system from tho Vest Virginia coal fields to tidewater on the Atlantic coast tov I W Williamsons Letter Rev I W Williamson Bunting ton W Va writes This Is to cer my that I used Foleys Kidney Rem edy for nervous exhaustion and kidney rouble and am freo to say that It will do all that you claim for Ilo Foleys Chlney Remedy hat restored healtt anll strength to thousands of weak run down people Contains no harm ful drugs and Is pleasant to take Nov Stanford Drug Co Judge M C Saufley defeated hlsoV onent Judge J S Owsfcy In the race aturday for the democratic nomina tlon for circuit judge in tho 13th judi clal district bya majority of 1196 The first voto tho writer ever cast in a clr cult judges raco was for Judgo Sauf Icy and ho believes today as ho be- lIeved then that there Id not a better qualified and equipped man nor ono who will make a better circuit judge than will Judgo Saufley Somerset Journal Tho cleverest Imitation of real Cot feo over yet made Js Dr Shoops Health Coffee It Is fino in flavor and is made in just ono minute No dlous 20 or 30 minutes boiling Mal- rlfrom o puroparched grains malt nuts Sample freo Pennys Drug Store IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES I Mrs Willet Almy died Friday at her home at AltamontLondon Democra Tho grand encampment of the Order of Odd Fellows begun at Richmond WednesdayCharles Forkner shot and Instantly killed Tandy Haggard near Pilotvlev Clark county Mrs Mary Mcllquham wife of Allen Mcllquham of Pittsburg died suddenly at her home of what is termed hear failureAfter suffering several months from an Incurable cancer Mrs T J Perdei aL tho ago of 70 passed away at her homo near London The Fiscal Court of Boyle refused to Vote an appropriation for the purpos of beautifying and improving the BJ pearance of the court house yard The tobacco bed of Norman Grow a prominent farmer living near Judson Garrard county was scraped n Jew nights since Whether tho miscreant were a band of organized night rider or some personal enemy of Mr Grow indulging a private grudge has not yet been determined The citizens not on of the immediate locality but throughout the county are so wrought up with Indignation that they have raised 300 to bring gulty parties to justice Mass Meeting at Jumbo Camp Tabernacle May 30 Sth Sunday An all day meeting Threo services 030 A M 230 and 730 p u Preach- Ing by Rev Clarence J Slpple and others Everybody is invited and all the stockholders and friends are expected be present You will understand the eaon for this meeting We want to pray and plan for the coming camp which will bo held this year July 15 to unless otherwise announced We want many new cottages built Now is the time to begin The Investment will 0 worth more to you than money or time God wil bless an effort like this Wo welcome everybody to take part tho meeting nnd help us but scales and bums we wish would stay away- lor we dont care to bo interrupted tulle we ore striving to help the sinIore and earnest ones Wo would also state that we wish our ritics and opposers of the camp resting to do all the talking possible Cor the next two months as that is tho beat means of advertising that wo will aveFor full particulars regarding tho camp meeting address Dr Frank Grl der McKinney Ky or Clarence J fipple London Ky IUcntlatnaeCrtnurAUgvAAChau uqua will be held at High Bridge Ky Juno 18th to 28th under the auspices of Dr W L Davidson Presl dent National Bureau at Washington Dr Geo R Stuart Southern Lecturer and Humorist and Dr R M Standi fer Lecturer They will give one of tho greatest programs ever offered In Ccntucky Governors Senators and many prominent speakers lecturers nd humorists will be on thu program Tho special days will bo June 20 22 24 and 27 An auditorium Is to bo built o scat 4000 people Special individual ents for those attending Chautauqua will be placed in High Bridge Park This will afford accommodations for hose who desire to d n pleasant reek In camp For accommodations ents address RM Standifer thigh Bridge Ky Dining jroom will bo es ocially fitted Up to eervd meals The officials of the Queen Crescent Routo will make rates during the Chau auqua and run special trains Kills To Stop The Fiend Tho worst too for 12 years of John Deyo of Gladwin Mich was a run flag ulcer Ho paid doctors over 40000 without benefit Then Buck ens Arnica Salvo killed the ulcer and cured him Cures Fever Sores Bolls olons Eczema Salt Rheum Infallible for Piles Burns Scalds Cuts Corns Sao at Pennys Drug Store a The San Francisco fire heads the list tho fire of of 18 1905 causing a property loss of 350000000 The Cht of Oct 7 1871 caused n loss of 165000000 the Boston fire of Nov 9 1872 20000000 tho Baltimore fire of 1904 50000000 anda fire in Ham burg In 1842 35000000 Dont drug tho Stomach or stipu late tho Heart or Kidneys That is roog It Is tbe weak nerves that are rymg out for help Vitalize those eak Inside controlling nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how ulckly good health will come to you gain Test It and seal Sold by Pen D1S Drugstore In the Senatorial balloting at field III Democratic members of the Legislature fast their votes for former Mayor Dunno of IhlcagoA or dry cough can be quickly looseined with Dr Snoops Tough Remedy No opium no ohlo oform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store C OXFORDSlI tUII+t ++ t 1II U i tr Green White Tan Ox- Blood i i and Black iIN AiL THE STYLES FOR 19O9 for f Men women ana I i Children r CumminsS Wearer STANFORD KENTUCKY s l be Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford RcmucRy Capital 5000000 surplus 3800000 Resources 34000000 d 51 H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT JO REID ASSISTANT CASHIE- Rj W ROCHESTER TELLER H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Oweloy Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo SV Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford TO Rankin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W IL Traylorv Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W i II Cummins Preachersvillo Lilburn JGooch Gilberts CreekI tyc Arnolds Buggicsr There is nothing better We paint Old Ve K hicles and make them look like newt Get our prices We solicit your trade- R M ARNOLD DANVILLE KY Harry Jacobs l Denier tu unit Manufacturer of I Marble and Granite Monu ments Marker and Posts Cemetery and Lawn VaiMKDt Betteei Office ODd works Mo Klnney Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENCI NEEHINC I am prepared todo all kinds of inrvorlnR nnd civil engineering promptly My work will be guaranteed nod my prices are reasonable Write me ot atoZJnney or call me I linatonrllleIfxohangeWALTER MOKINNBT The Interior JournalJ Eo C WALTON A DECISIVE VICTORY TUB INTERIOR JOURNAL took no hand in tho contest for tho circuit judgeship just closed regarding it as no part of the duty of a party paper to take sides in a contest between democrats Both candidates are our personal friends and we did not want to place ourselves in a position where wo could not support either in tho final raco for the office without a charge of insincerity Of tho nominee Judge Micah Chrisman Sauf ley we have always entertained the highest admiration as a lawyer as a man and a democrat and it will be n less a duty than a pleasure to do all i our power to secure his election As a jurist he has been tried and found no wanting in the slightest particular an when he again assumes the ermine as he is sure to do it will bo withmature judgment and a fuller appreciation o right and justice The party and th district are to be congratulated on se curing the services of a man so compe tent for the fullest discharge of tho res- ponsiblet office which he will fill Of JUdge Saufey it may truthfully be said that he was as brave and true in wa as he has been useful and deserving in peace He has filled many stations in life always with credit and his friends rejoice that he will be able to round out a long and honorable career in a position that his talents his accomplish ments and his fitness so eminently qual ify him That he is so largely tho choice of the people of tho district must be a matter of great pride to him as it is an omen of certain victory for the party Let us all now forget the as perities of the contest let bygones be bygones and each democrat of us constitute himself into a committee of one to make Judgo Saufleys majority in the final contest as great as it was in I the preliminary skirmish FEW are aware of the magnitude of the beet sugar industry Last year tho farmers raised nearly five million tons for which they received about twenty two million dollars or 585 a ton In 12 years 121000000 have been paid by the factoriesjfor beets There are 64 beet sugar factorjesln the country with I a capacity of 50000 tons of beets per day and they cost over jOOOOooo Fac tories are successfully operated in 16 States Last year the production was nearly 200000 tons of beet sugar It is not regarded to be as good as cane su gar but it serves every practical pur pose and helpsto provide for the ever increasing sugar consumption SENATOR PAYNTERS speech urging the repealof the six cents tax on to bacco was a very strong one but we are afraid it fell on unwilling ears The republican majority will hardly permit this much deserved relief especially since it would principally help the Southern raisers However if Senator Ifaynter should succeed in his efforts for the farmers it will be a famous vic tory and entitlehlm to the plaudits of every man who raises the weed EDITOR ROOSEVELT says in the Out look that Count Toistol is a moral pervertandthat his works have a ten dency for evil When it is remembered that the count wrote a letter com I mendincr Bryan for the presidency the milk in the cocoanut can be accounted for INSTEAD of going West young man go to Washington It may not be as easy to carve out a fortune there but it will be easier to get a wife if we are to judge by the large surplus of women The latest census shows that the women outnumber themen 15425 TUB Pennsylvania lines of railroads operating 23000 miles carried 141659 543 passengers last year without the sacrifice of a single life and the wound ing of only 102 The careful operation has never been equalled in the history of railroads As usual it is given out that all the Delaware peaches are killed but there is compensation this time The little State has just begun to harvest theI largest crop of strawberries in its history estimated at 20000000 quarts THOMAS L HISOEN who as the can didate of the Independent party for president last November polled 83183 votes hat given out a statement an nouncing in effect that hereafter he will act with the democratic partyI Tim little Dutch heir to the throne in Holland has been named Juliana Louise Emma Marie Wilhelmina It is doubtful with such a name that the poor little thing will ever be raised TilE Chicago woman who sued her faithless fiance for 50000 for breach r of promise got a verdict of 80 cents and felt oven smaller than that when it was rendered PARIS physicians say that if women want to preserve facial beauty they t must talk very little Thats what we have been trying to beat into their beads Tho Senate has reached an agreement on all sections of the metal schedule of the tariff bill I e A MONUMENT to Commander Wir has just been unveiled at Andersonville S C near the site of the famous war prison erected through the efforts of the Daughters of the Confederacy and some of the Northern papers are howl ing like sheep killing hounds The hor rible conditions existing at tho prison in which 13000 Yankee prisoners died and many others were incapacitated for life have long since been shown to have been beyond tho power of Capt Wire to prevent and that his execution by order of a drum head court martial was as much a murder as the hanging of Mrs Surratt for alleged complicity in the assassination of Lincoln Cap Wire was the victim of circumstances and not the fiendish brute that he has been pictured The whole South was Andernsonvillo furnished its horrors the captain was held responsible The testidinonial of his integrity are wasrrefexeecutlon finds lodgment in the o very few of those who knew that he did the best he could have done under the circumssances MEMPHIS is preparing to make the thererJune 810 tho greatest of all the series The dwindling number of the gallant hosts that went to battle for home and rights the destruction of which they thought was threatened indicate that but few more of these reunions will beheld Most of the survivors aro either past or nearing the allotted span of life and before many years all who fought for the Lost Cause will have crossed over the river to rest with Jackson un der the shade of the trees The larger number of them were great in war and useful in peace and their going will create a void which will be hard to fill May they be reunited in the land where war and its hardships are never known MAYOR GRINSTEAD had no trouble In securing the republican nomination for mayor of Louisville but just wait and see what the democrats will do for him In November POLITICAL The Negro disfranchisement bill on Wednesday received its final defeat In the Florida House Senator Bradley introduced an amend ment to the tariff bill which he believes will give relief to the tobacco growersThe option bill giving cities and villages the right to vote on the saloon question regardless of the township vote was passed by the Illinois House The NewsDemocrat of Paducah strongly mentioned Charles K Wheeler of that city as a probable candidate for the Democratic nomination for Gov ernorGov Hughes has vetoed the Allan bill which proposed a bond issue of 2000000 to provide a pension of 6 per month to veterans of the Civil War who enlisted in New York State President Taft has decided to appoint Oscar L Whitelaw as assistant treas urer of the United States at St Louis to succeed T J Akins recently appointed postmasterat that place Think of it Aldrich of Rhode Island Gallinger of New Hampshire and Smoot of Utah representatives of three of the least Important of the States determining what the taxes of the country shall be Indianapolis NewsSecretary Wm B OConnell of the State Tux Commission issued for Chairman James Breathitt and Advisory Chairman Thomas A Combs an ad dress to the citizens of Kentucky requesting suggestions for the revision of the States plan of raising revenue and hod taxation laws may be improved The statements recently made by Senator Hale and others of the Aldrich clique that jobbers and retailers were responsible for the high prices and not the manufacturers was responsible for the introduction of a resolution by Senator Gore demanding an Investigation- to determine where the fault lies Afi ter a lively debate Senator Hale a point of order delayed a vote on the resolution A Card This Is to certify that all druggists- are authorized to refund your money if Foleys Honey and Tar fails to cure your cough or cold It stops the cough heals the lungs and prevents pneu monia and consumption Contains no opiates The genuine is in a yellow package New Stanford Drug Co i MATRIMONIAL Mr and Mrs William B Hawkins- of Corbin announce the engagement of their daughter charming Miss Elizabeth Bowles Hawkins to Mr Layton P Brown of Lenior City Tennessee The wedding will take place in June Miss Hawkins has frequently visited andlagreatly If you desire a clear comploxionlako Daleys Orlno Laxative for constipation and liver trouble as it will stimu late these organs and thorougly cleanse your system which is what everyone needs in the Spring in order to feel well New Stanford Drug Co tt h W H LAIR Hustonville KyI Has added a nice line of onOOEUIKS to hlsMKAT MARKET and Rlke a portion ot your patronage Fresh Goods at the Low est Prices lot Is his motto I BaD CARTER New Llverv Depot Streot Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY I PEYTON IytonItAlso will stand n stnndard bred registered Wilkes stallion and three line young Jack will be permitted to servo a few mares free to my regular customer where they breed three mares or lUoroD B KINO MThe Truth Every person in this city who is suf fering from Eczema Pimples Dand- ruffI or any form of skin or scalp dis permanentIuse PENNYS DRUG STORE Black Joe tRbltJJto Insure n living colt shack JOlt Is by Preston RS Kentuckys saddle stal lion he by Vaihlngtonfii lllock Joe s 1st dam Lllclle byMessenger rddant- Dettto Robinson by Robinsons vermont handsIweightvery notion See him before you book your mares I Season due If mare is traded or parted with All cure will be taken to avoid acci dents but not responsible bollldao JI EACH k HON- MHtanford Ky DON VARRICK This magnificently bred young stallion will make the season of lam at my stable at Htanford Ky better known as the DrBal coltboashort back heavy bone in fact the highest type of the trotter He Is by the great On ward Hllver rOt4 that won the iwo Tran sylvania In n seven heat race In IWJ and the same year won the IO tU Ilonner Meniorlal and tbo Mt M In broken heats and sold for rtlocu and later sold for fcSjiO lion Var Is bred exactly like BpanlihQueenthat won the IVUnTransylvnnln In llu snaking n record of itf and was classed as oneof the big four being one of the greatest money winners on the grand circuit last year Onward Silver Is by Onward one of the greatest and best sons of Oeorgo Wilke Onwards dam was the dam ot Director the sire of that great famil of trotters and p curs Don Vnrrlck111 dam was by Wilke- sanybyleorgeWIlkeafull sister to The Wag 5154 sister Mo Madeline dam of Ilubber 210 Winches ter K Wi Hilly WIlonS and Miss 11 JyW XDd4lam Mnryby 1I01r8 the dull of The WBg15W Madeline Intclien yt1WyHillyDon Varrlcks dfttn 1 Dr that paced u public half tulle on the Lexington track at lit months fnlit4nnd sold to N W Hublnger of New Uneven Conn for SlJdU Bhealso produced Maggie Igo that trotted n half mile on the servo track lit 16 months in 111 and sold for ISnu Please note the rich Inheritance of speed on both sides not a mlnliiK link for gener ations Hreed to this fellow and you cant miss the three thing every breeder looks for size speed and looks See him before booking your mare season money due when mares are parted with or bred to perdRYsponsible for accidents or escapes imucarKHHYStanford Ky MAKERSwho willing to stand back of their clothes arent anxious to have their Inames stand to the front If they labeled their y inferior goods everybody would know the mark and remem ber who tookadvantage of them XI TRAGOO CLOTHES FOR nova DI bear the above label of outright warraalq which means money back It unsatisfactory wear leads you to ring the goods back extra clothes werent best made lathe market they wouldnt be the best protected H J McRoberts I v CHESTERThis eon of Chester Pure will make the Inliustonylllaat10toInsureislivin 1EC1IIIT10N Amen 1KDIOHEK llo IS R blnck with star in forehead IS hands high with all the style and characteristic RctinlCbonobooking your mares If you are looking for R good breeder nt 11p1ngprice Mired Obcs rnddambyItlppybyliambrino Hustonville Ky FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNTY FORSALE I A Rue blue grass farm for sale situated on new iko near Point l avell and six miles south of Lancniter containing Io orewell located In Rood neighborhood being part of the John Walker tract w1Ut R linnet tome new suven room residence neeIIIftoutbulldlnalldROOII never fnllln springs and creek running throuRhTZRXII4 cash In hand balance one nlllt two years from day ut sale bearing six per paidlYrsout place please write ones V O WALKKU HUnfonl Insures Tobacco and Tobacco tarns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Min STANFORD KY Residence Phone Oil Office M Insure with mo and be fully protect- edSafeguard I the Future I Tho safest surest and most adequate safe guard for the future Is o policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It Is conspicuous for economical manage ment liberality of Its policy dealing with ntombersand large returns to policy holders The company Is Just entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR of a successful business career with more policy holders In Lincoln county than companies combined Write for particulars stating ago and whether mar rltd or single to M NEWLANDBpeclal ARt Myers louse Flats Stanford James I White Solicitor for Ilockcastla C- oAt McKinney Ky You can find our Htandanl Remedy the greatest blood and liver medicine yet known In cae of Uheumatlsm Halt llheuin Kid ney Trouble and all diseases arising IronImpure blood It hats no equal it Is manu factnrvd under the food act of June a4 lnn and guaranteed by the manufacturer tI- the ltemldY II taken according to dlreetlons audit he or she Is not bvnelltnl by the use moneyWecontains 31 doses with a rceUtorrd uunriui teo and mailing card with full Instructions We send it to nay address by mall on reo of II per package or six packages for IS liulterordern box today If taken In time you might save a big doctors bill ltemembr It you take the itemed log to Intructlon end are not benefited you get your dollar back You will not find the remedy In drug stores for sale It Is sold only IIgelllUrUUfoX JAMES N DYE Optical Specialist and Expert Watchmak er located permanently al McKlnney Ky with a complete equipment for toiling tn practical The Houth Henil College of Optics and It mil ley lblyteenlo institute of orla ill llorologlcnl eparunent I you are soh- fering from eyestrain headache or If you- lire nervous Irritable those aro the Indica lions of some derangement of the refrac tive system which IIIIIroUen develop Into chronic or the eye and can In most cases la prevented by properly ttttrd glasses Care should to taken In se letting your glasses Misfitted lenses In very many Case prove to bo Injurious and sometimes fatal Therefore should con Watchmoklnll1Itpnrtl1lent taunt Is every respect lan do Pivoting stalling Jeweling and all kinds of watch repairing In the most skilled and careful manner Watch repairing not watch tinkering or lotc- hingINSURANCE R B MAHONY Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLive Stock Health and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis count J K BAUGHMAN Black jack with while points 16 12 hand with heavy bone and plenty of body PEDICREESired by TaAingtoni Ns poke lit dim J K Btughrasn Sr e- Ly Stonewall2nd dam on jenntni side by Prince she out ofa jennctt by Old 15jacksMORGAN DENMARK liar saddle ttallioa 16 hands good style and actionPEDIGREEShed by Old On Time hi dam Lady Morgan by Stonewall Jackson 3rd dam by Matchlest 4th dam by Tranby Hit proven a breeder of highclass walking horses Wilillandal 8 Alto a splendid mule jack at 7 The above lesions are due when colt is foal edmare or jennett traded or pasted with Mates and jenneu grazed al 250 per month Personal attention given at all time Impregnator used when necessary Care taken to prevent accident but not should my occur Above mentionedOdtowned and tood by R G PETTUS Stanford R F D No4 6miles Crab Orchard do Lancaster pike Red llCe Phone Lancaittl 78F LO1SHOES- t r 1 Our Oxford and Low Shoe Stock is as full of good things as tis possible to be In Mens goods we have t- heWalkOver in Tan both Button and Lace at 350 and 4 in Patents at 4 and 5 in the Manss Shoe we have both Tan and Patent Leather at 350 Ladies Low Shoes straps and pumps we fur nish1in the Ladies WalkOver at A 350 Ultras at 3 Brockport at 250 in Tan and Patent and a beauti ful black Swede at 350 These are the choice lasts out for the season See It J them and you will like them j 11l H J l11 ROBERTSfSTANFORD KENTUCKY m CEiEEE ErEC aE8tel m Prescription Pointers I m iiItbY be but In prescription work tclaim but we cant all be batr k telThis store claims ability capability facilityNand a stockof drugs telWchave the goods the equipment the ex i mpcricncc IAI JJ tll i PENNYS DRUG TOREII itanford Kentucky mBB B E e t Are You Going To Build 1 While we are hero to build tho Lincoln county court house and should the building fever strike you wbnot have a little talk with met We are jfn n 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 put a building up for a considerable lower price Nothing too large or too J small and tho distance will not stop us froni figuring with you matters not j where you live We invite any prospective builder to give ua a trial WeIfurnish all plans any specifications for such buildings that we might free of chargeFRITZKRUEGER A F H erectJ OUR LAWN FfNffa i is aleea expensive and better fence than wood Moro ornamental dura I blo and a time saver as you needno saw hammer and nails to keep isinrepair Call at our store see the beautiful 4thoR 4 I I GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford t White Lincnc Suiting lOrs a p 1 Stripe and Plnid Dress Gingbams 7ab If i V f rtDotted Curtain Swisses 100 Iio L Stripe nnd Plaid White Lawn Iflc Side Band Lawns lOc All Calicoes 5c x 40 inch Brown Sheeting 8be ISc11001 Umbrellas SOc t Matting lie Whito Curtain Poles lOc Linen Window Shades 20c J nco Curtains 45o to 8850 per pair SwU Curtains il to 82 per pair 40 inch India Linen lOc yard SEVERANCE STANFORD KYiThe Interior STANFORD KY MAY 21 100 ICE CUEUI soda water at Pennys iv Drug Store I I PERSONALS MRS Louise TATE is at Olympian Springs MR J S RICE went to Richmond yesterday MR W M DUNCANS physicians say ho is holding his own Miss LJZZIB ESTES of KIrksville is with Mlsa Stella Hales MR W P GRIMES Is up after a Ie yore Illness of several weeks MR C T SAMUELS of Somerset was here on business Wednesday MR J T GOOD of Indianapolis vii led his sister Mrs B D Carter MR J NEVIN CARTER made a bUll ness trip to Richmond Wednesday HOM J N SAUNDERS spent Sunday I with hU father at Gap in the Kneb Miss CARRIE FRITH of Brodhead is J the guest of Mrs W B OBannon MRS CLEVELAND ROSE of Garrard r is with her litter Mrs J C Eubanks Miss IDA LEE BOURN of Lancaster ja with her sister Mrs W K Warner e Miss DOLUE GOOD of Parksvlllo II the guest of her sister Mrs B D Ca 1lION JOHN W BROWN of Mt Vernon t was hero on legal builness Wed nesdayMIss KIT HUFFMAN of Crab Orchard will arrive today to visit Miss Mary Phillips REV HOMER G CARPENTER of Cleveland 0 Is hero again to see a mighty pretty girl Miss MATTIE HAYS ROCHESTER o Middlcsboro is with her brother another d relatives hero FRED GAnNETT is up from Cave City for a few days Ho informs us that his mother continues very ill MR JOHN G BAUGH Is back from a prospecting tour of Oklahoma Ho is- v delighted with the country BORN to the wife of Blackburn Huffman a 10 pound boy The youngster has been named for his father MRS E P WOODS and Miss Susan Fisher Wood leave this morning for 4 Miltersburg to visit Mrs S M Allen DRB nL DAVISON and T W Pen I nington attended tho dental convention 1at Crab Orchard Springs and report an p FinlCamnltz of Hustonville passed thro Wednesday afternoon returning from tho dental convention at Crab Orchard SpringsMRS ANNA RUSSELL received the sad Intelligence of the death of her great uncle Mr James Minor aged 87 at California Ky Tuesday MISSES MARTHA AND SARA HACKLEY returned from New Orleans this week where they made a visit after having spent the winter in San Antonio Texas DR L G SINGLETON and wife o Bowling Green visited his brother and sister here Tho doctor attended sev oral sessions of tho dental association at Crab Orchard Springs- r RICHARD G HAMPTON joined tho special carol Marion Commandery No 24 hero Tuesday with 21 members aboard and went up to Ashland to tho Templars Conclave In session there Miss CLARA MARTHA ELLIS is the I name of tho cutest kind of a littlo daughter who arrived at the homo of Mr and Mrs B Ellis of No- riwood Ohio a couple of weeks agoI 1LOCALS LIBBEY cut glass at Muellers BlQ lot sale tomorrow Saturday and graduating presents of quality at Muellers WEAR athletic underwear COc per i garment Cummins Wearen A FEW stew roller ball bearing skates for sale Cheap This office You will regret it ifyou not at tend the sale of the prettiest building lots in Stanford tomorrow M WE will offer tho Col Hill property Irat as a wholo and then in loU as ad vertised Florence Hughes McCart J i tY r 1Foa SALEOne secondhand buggy good aa new and two new ones all robber tired Sold very cheap if disposed of at once EvW White Cedar Creek l J c SHEEP dip at W H Higgins CLOTHESFrench cleaned Cook I Farmer 0IT looks like lot alewill be a big success tomorrow TRY our new ball bearing lawn mow er W H Higgins THERE are 20 prisoners in Castle Cof fey now for various offenses PICK out your lot daY Others have already selected theirs Miss FETTROS singing will be- charming a feature of this evenings re cltal t WE aro offering 60painof mens I 3CO oxfords at 275 Cummins Wearen I BEDDING plants nowready and we are ready to put them out Ed Hub bard TAXES The tax books for 1909 ar now ready Come in and get your re ceipt T J Hill sheriff FLORENCE HUGHES MCCARTY seem to bo busy entertaining prospective Supers for building lots to bo sold to morrow Saturday IFOR SALE On Saturday May 2 1909 wo will sell at auction 1200 blac purchaacrrFlorence Hughes McCarty DEPUTY JAILER VIe OWENS took a couple of prisoners over to Lancaster Tuesday that ho had been keeping for Jailer Ross during tho repairing of the jail there JOHN HARRIS ROUT was given 340 days in jail for selling whisky and Anderson Carr Jr 210 days for tho- r same offense in Judge Tribbles court Both aro colored Tim railroad men on this division havotdccidcd to buy their flowers of Miss Lena Hampton the florist of this place and this Insures her a big trade from that source rI WISH to thank all of my friends who assisted me in securing a parole 1 cannot express tho appreciation I feel I thank Mr S H Helm especially I am gratfully Alfred Bright Sr JOSEPHINE CARPENTER Virginia Ma hony Anna U McRobcrta and Mary Moore Rancy will play a piano qnar 1tetto to without notes They are young muiiclans of much promise 4- i T J FOLEY wife and daughter of Rowland were placed in jail Wednes day for shooting at largo and general cussedness Their trial Is set for Sat urday They are a bad set and shout be severely dealt with t Tins office got out a largo advertising program for tho Junction City High School which will hold Its commence ment tonight Last night an amusing play entitled A 20th Century Propo sal was given by tho students of tho- r school ELOCUTIONARY CONTEST Mlsa Polly Duano Traylor has engaged Waltons Opera Jlouao for Juno 16th for an elocu tionary contest which promises to bo ono of the pleasing features of the Summer She has already secured six young ladles from as many towns and it is probable that two more will enter Prizes worth contending for will bo of fered ATTENTION LADI 80n next Saturday May 22 you aro invited to be pres ent at a demonstration at our store when Mr Powers the Karavan Cof fee man and Mr Foley representing Lutz Schramm tho famous preserve and pickle firm and Mr Jack lIutse11I of Unccda Biscuit fame will bo hero toI spread tho glad tidings and prove the quality of their respective lines of goods Como in and sample the good things we have to show you Geo D Hopper fancy groceries THE trustees of the Stanford Graded School elected tho following teachers for tho scholastic year of 190910 MisS Annie McKInney Mrs H D Philips Misses Lena Palmer Claudia Eaton Margaret Hopper Ethel Fettro Ellen Hallou Three moro teachers aro yet bo elected Mlses Annlo Dunn and Frances Adams and Prof J N Wig ginton were not applicants Miss Dunn will study tho oral work Miss Adams C will teach at Hustonville but Prof Wigginton has not decided as to his fu tore work f n A Bulletin of Bargains Are you interested in saving on your purchases or getting just n little hotter goods for your money than usual Ifso como and Ictus present the evidence of our willingness to do either for you We never ask morn than others andonhundreds of articles we Ask less Isnt it worth your while to save the dimes quarters and dollars SON I Wearens See those fjOc shirts at Cummins t ARC you going to the lot sale tomorI row7 Everybody will be there STRAWBERRIES green beans and to matocs at J D Hortons Restaurant IF you aro particular tryDcnhama Rex coal Yards at Stanford and Row land SOltl will get a nice lot abso lutely free at the sale tomorrow Sat urday DR W N CRAIG oculist and opti clan Office over H J McRoberts clothing store TilE New Green River ball team dc fcated tho McKinney nine 27 to 6 at Jumbo the other day DANVILLE people have a municipal primary to go through with next May the Lord have mercy on them IRoy HOOK the c and rug cleaner is in town Work satisfactorily done Call at Campbell House excursionIto roundtrip train leaving depot here at 015 A M Legk Mrs n L Berry Hustonvillc Ky Phone 833 rings J H KENNEDY the Richmond mon ument man sold a 2000 monument to bo placed over the grave of W J Gil liipio in the Lancaster cemetery theIare now on gars Tanners drug store Admission 25cts reserved seats 35cts school child ren 15cU JUDGE L W TIIURUM renom anted for county judge by tho repub I cans of Rockcastle over G Matt DalI lard by a majority of nearly 300 Hugh Miller won the nomination for circuit clerk SEE Tits KRAUSC CULTIVATOR It has everything on tho market beatIin the way of a riding cultivator Tho pivot axle is a practically two in OflOI plow Can plow as good on rolling land as on level Dont fail to see it be fore buying E T Pence MONROE EVANS who has been ill so long died yesterday morning after a protracted illness Ho was a good and deserving darkey Evans had a small policy in tho Metropolitan Life Insur ance Co which Agent A R Wallace paid in an hour after hl death Go to the Opera House tonight an see what the music departments of our Graded School are doing You will en joy it and encourage those who are seeking to cultivate tho art that is the nearer at hand the most orderly the most delicate and tho most perfecto all bodily pleasures CIIARLES BUTCHER of Crab Orchard one of the beat Negroes this county has produced in years died of consumption at Denver Col to which place howent for his health a number of months ago Ho was a polite honest darkey and had many white friends Ho was a schoolteacher and stood well as such T ONLY 380 Cincinnati and return from Junction City via Queen Cres cent Route Juno 20th 21st 22nd and 23rd with limit returning June 28th Tickets are sold on account of tho meet ing of tho North American Gymnastic Union who will hold an athletic meet tho Carthage Fair Grounds Cincin natiOhio National athletes from all over tho country will participate In this meeting In addition to this there will be an excellent program Ask for particulars r PEPPLES Mr David Poppies one of Lincoln countys oldest and best men died at tho home of his daughter Mrs Lilburn Gooch at noon Wednesday Funeral services were held at tho home at 330 yesterday afternoon by Eld J G Livingston after which tho burial took place in Goshen cemetery Mr Pepples wife died a number of years ago but tho following children are left to mourn tho loss of a kind and indulgent father Mesdames Ltlburn Gooch James Gooch William Perkins HenryJ Anderson John Z Spoonamoro IPepplesand a moat excellent citizen REGISTRATION from 9 A M to 130 P M tomorrow for the free lot JOHN D HORTON therestaurant man sells Olympian Springs Water ImprovIng Street A POSTOFFICB has been established at Sims Olympian Springs with F M Sims postmaster TilE piano numb eto be rendered by Miss Ballous pupils at the recital this evening are unusually promising WE especially Invite you to attend the lot sale tomorrow Saturday May 22 Florence Hughes McCarty TUB lots soldtomorrow are practically the only building sites left convenient to streets churches etc SWEET potato cabbage and tomato plants for sale C L Ashley J mile from Hustonville on Bradfordsvllle pike TilE primaryieover Now lets eschew politics for a month or so homee paper THE lot sale of Florence Hughes McCarty hero tomorrow Saturday promises to be the biggest thing Stan ford has had in years Be on hand and take a chance on the free lot MR F M SIMS proprietor of Sims Olymhian Springs started his water wagon to this place and sold a load in a gifTy lie will deliver water to his pa trons here each Wednesday Watch lout for the water wagon Tile date of tho Stanford fair Is July 21three days instead of July 313 days as tho Danville Advocate has it That paper will please take notice sad make the correction The premium list will be greatly increased this year and the biggest and best fair in the history of Stanford may be expected T REV T W BARKER of Stanford was a caller at The Advocate office this morning He accepts gracefully and uncomplainingly the decision of the majority of the democrats in this judi cial district in the selection of Judge Saufley as the nominee for the office of circuit judge and will vote for him at the coming election Rev Barker thus manifests the spirit of truo democracy and It is with much pleusure hat The Advocate is enabled to make this an nouncement Advocate MASONS MEET wIIImeetdthird Monday night ofench month nt 7MW oclock In their hall on main stnwt titan ford Ky Iemwrl of shier lodges lire fro- tlrnnlly 1Ilted to be present T W lennlngton Hoc i A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Build- ingCHESTER JEWEL HIhanllsmy stable four mllt s West of Grab Orchard alivingRocondJewelsold for 13000 2nd dnm by Holmes Drennon and dam Anna nuford by Mantle 4th dRill Houln by Boston 6th dam by Epsilon oth dam by Old Denmark 7th dam by Oolyer snaretradedmonth nil bills paid before removal of ares not responsible for accidents or es capesJOHN W HOLMES Crab Orchard Ky Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Kyi Undertakers and We car an uptodate line goods f tai pi i Ladies Taped Neck Vests 7ic I Ladies White Foot Hose lOc Ladies Ribbed Top Hoso lOc Extra fine long cleave vests 25c y i Knee and anklo length pants 25c Childrens Nazareth Union Suits 50c 4 v 1 A 15o quality childrens ribbedhoeo elightjmperfectibns lOc 27x54inch velvet rug 8125 1 9x11 feet Brussels Drugget 810 z i OneFourth Off all Spring Suits 1 LadyGive Put Educator Shoes on them 1 30 inch all Linen Suiting 25c r 90inch Linen Sheeting 98c Best 81 and 8150 Kid Gloves to he had fitted to the bandIlJ 11 11 Journals pWEDDING Embalmers L R Hughes T W Humble W O Martin I i Skirts Old Ligen WosljO SetPWo are offering exceptional values in both Skirts nnd LineriaWash Suits The very latest styles and all colors i Ladies Linen Wash Suits from 8500 to 8800 Regular price 8750 to 812 a Everybody knows that the QUEEN is the best Skirt made We have them in Voiles Panamas itc Prices from 1 8350 to 81450 Regular prices from 85 to 81860 Come to see us and we will convince you that we are giving the best that the market can afford in the way of quality style Ac nt the very lowest figures t HUGHES MARTIN CO I Goods Notions L IDry ShoesI l U J IT ISNT YOU ALONE I I t Wo want the custom of your friends quite as much as we want yours I nnd we propose to sell them by pleasing you When you come to us for yourrI J we are going to give you so good a one for your moneybe that much or t little that youll be glad to tell your friends about us and about the clothes j wo sell After nil thats the bestkind ot advertising there is We have 4 just received another of and are the PILE OF STILE mokejW a PerkinsCrab Orchard Highest Market Prices Paid ato For all kinds of i COUNTRY PRODUCE in Lancaster Stanford Hustonville and Brodheadt u H B NORTHCUTTStanford 1 J l BROWN HANLEY RIDlNO- CULTIVATORS f 1 Drown Manley Pivot Axle Cultivator 4 Shovels and 2 Bull Tongues at 82750 Drown Manley Pivot Gang Cultivator 4 Shovels and 2 Bull Tongues at 82760 These cultivators have been in use here for several years sad are strictly uptodate in every respect The regular price on the Pivot Gang is 828 and the Pivot Axle 831 The reason that I am offering these plows at the above price is that lam overstocked Call and see before buying E T PENCe STANFORD THE SfirftSB fcHtf tyulttftiHH Yd fi5f T8 u L TRANSFER MONEYII 1 IS NY 1 LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE JfFOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER trtr EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED t t r t it The Interior Journal Mnteredin the PottOffice at Stanford alt fIdclaM matter L N TIME TABLE NoI 8oothllJ rxNo t3 south 1103 A x No1 North 410 A M No n North BW r X l No 171047 A M No z to 1 x t JOS S RICE Agent Stock of MerchandiseIfort IMrilro to sell privately my stock of Gro l etrles and Hardware busfilmsnets Will invoice about lleaion III health OKO D HOPPEU Stanford Ky The Joseph Price Sanatorium North Lancaster Street i Stanford Kentucky For Treatment of Diseases of the Eye Nose Ear OenltoUrlnary Recta Of 1Throat System and surgery Nitict Poultry Railtrs Now Is the time of year to feed your fowls a good tonlo 41141 cure Cholera Gapes Ronp canker and Llmberneck when a preventive It not only keeps them healthy but makes them lay PrIce ro cents no euro no pay guaranteed by your druggist Oeo L Penny trrlt I the guaranteu ukfor booklet on dlseasel of poultry Eczema is Curable ZEMO a Scientific preparation for external use Stops Itching that cause skin isdiseaespermanently cured by medicine Druggist Write for sane pie E W Rose Med Co StLouisMo Pennys Drug Store When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by n tailor of ex suit finest evening price business or tho clothes wilt have that Individuality and Lit yourmelaurelindicate I will alsotakeosourweaa ure for trousers fancy mats and overcoats Spring and Summer samples on hand ready for your Inspection H O RUPLEY The Tailor Stanford Iy Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid hr external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form af Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I p The farm of uo Crts of blue grass land lying one mile North of lcKlnneon- the Stanford pike Improvements and Jcnclng Rood of water fruit Also 1SJ acres of timbered land one mile East of McKinney half under fence plenty of water and good tobacco land Meo grow ng crop J A AgentMcKlnney CUT FLOWERS FORISALE 1 1 cnn furnish the public with the best as well as tile freshest of cut flowers of notice Also iiiukeoalpecialtyofwreathe for for funeral purpose 1n connection with the move 1 have nil kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable PrICeioimiHTMAX GREEN HOUSKHs KD HuniiAito PKOK Stanford Ky RED LEAF Champion show stallion ot Kentucky Temple Stock Farm Sire of Ben lint wlnnw of grand chum walk casslhlcaoandthe grey gold Ing that won the saddle and harness classes at the Kentucky Stftte Fair 1WW more high prlced highcia show horses and teams than any stallion In Kentucky IJ5to insure a colt or 110 cash at time of ser feQODDAun Harrodsbur y J LBeazley CO 1Ondertaaere and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur eiture AlattingsRugf They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give 1Thema Call Prices Right STAMFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary i Undertaker Embalmer and Paalerln Harho8svSaddlory i STANFORD KY t t1l sPhone ter HomeJPhone B r PARKERS DEPARTMENT PONY for Bale Thtoffice FOR SALEGood bnggy mare n1 G Lutes Stanford FOR SALEA good family horse perfectly gentle Miss Mollie Brooks Crab Orchard JohnWebb bought GOO lambs during the past week at 6c for June delivery and 51clQr JulyAdvocate Jockey J Dutler haabought of Roge R Early a 100acro farm seven mile from Lexington on the Richmond pike for 12000 The plant beds on the tobacco fart of A H Logsdon near Elizabethtown were scraped Out of a 200 yard bed not a plant was left Plant beds on the farms of Hard Davis and W J Powell of Montgom cry county Tcnn were visited by un known parties and scraped- HIGHLAND The new Methodist church at Eu banks will be dedicated the 5th Sunda by Rev T B Stratton of Barbour ville assisted by Rev J D Haggard the pastor Let everybody go Born to the wife of Genie Hutchison a girl A buy has arrived at the home of John Reed Jr Mrs Burton Spires who has been sick for somo time ha been some worse for a few days 0 G Speaks has begun sawing at his new mill scat Miss Minnie Young spent several days with the Misses Hall at Science Hill Miss Martha Meier is visiting her sis ter Mrs Gover at Turnersville Miss Cynthia Wartlcld has returned froma visit to Louisville Mrs Rachel Young of Moreland is here to i eo her niece Mrs Lena Spires Mr Waldcnor and wife of Louisville are guests of Mrs C D Warfleld CHURCH MATTERS The Cumberland Presbyterian General Assembly is In session at Benton ville Ark Hon M J Fanning the Irish orator will deliver an address In Stanford Wed nesday night The Negro Methodist church at Dan ville raised 850 for repairs atthe morn Ing service Sunday Memorial services at the Methodis church Sunday morning in honor of the late Bishop Charles B Galloway The Methodists still lead the Baptist more than a million in membership The latest statistics show that the Methodists have 6660784 Baptists 5 224305Rev Clarence II Poague who wil graduate from Transylvania University with tho A M degree on June 10 wil locate at Junction City where he has accepted the pastorate of the Christiai churchSunday night will be Epworth Leagu Day Exercises conducted by Mrs Kath leen Beazley The exercises will be very instructive and entertaining Al the young peoples societies arc cor diaRy Invited W B Barker president Wont Slight A Good Friend- If ever I need a cough medicine again I know what to get II declares Mrs A L Alley of Beats Meulor after using ten bottles of Dr Kings New Discover and seeing its excellent results in my own family and others I am convinced It Is the best mcdi lino made for Coughs Colds and lung trouble II Every one who tries it feels just that way Relief Is felt at once lad its quick cure surprises you For Bronchitis Asthma Hemorrhage Croup LaG rippe Sore Throat pain In chest or lungs It is supremo 60e and 51 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store The deep anxiety for the welfare of he generalpublic shown by the Aldrich gang in framing the tariff bill calls to nind the solicitude for the comforts of the or manifested at a rich mans banquet Everyone had fared sumptuously and all were happy Finally ome one mentioned that in their round of pleaseure they had overlooked the poor The oversight was immediately cibrrected by a philanthropic brother proposing three cheers for the poor State Journal If you want to feel well look well sad be well take Foleys Kidney Remedy It tones up the kidneys and iladdcr puHQes the blood andre stores health and strength Pleasant to take and contains no harmful drugs vhy not commence today Now Stanford Drug Co T Historic Potter College at Bowling Green has closed its session and the school goes out of existence The year has been a prosperous one for the school but Dr Cabbell felt Impelled to sell the site to tho normal school on account of his health Pains of women head pains or any pam stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25c Box Sold byPen nys Drugstore The Wisconsin Assembly has con curred In the Senate bill fixing the penalty for kidnapping at life imprison ment and now goes to the Governor Preventlcs those Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely and quickly check all colds and the Grip Try them once and see 4323c Sold by Pennys Drug- Store SAMPSON will make the 19H9 lORion at my farm where I live H mile Mouth of Htanfonl on the Somerset pike ni p0 to Iniuro n living colt This young lacks colts won more It premiums In 1KT and Ivus than any Jack In the county Ills two HritcolU have never rellrlingswere shown at nil local lain years at Lexington and Kentucky state Fair In 1KB Ills HUM colt was 1st winners at Ken Lucky Slate Kalr and at several local fairs Home of his HOT led and 1W9 colts are on my turns to show for themselves JII liAUQUMAN rhone t Stanford Ky Beau Naboth 45006 By Naboth 10116 Beau KnbothS dam Nora Ilaughman by Norvnl KM by Electioneer 1tf1j 2nd dam LO- In J Metropolitan lint by llnmbleton Ian lap and dam y Mambrlna Hlarllgnt 9912 by Darlbuy 411 4th dam Mary Withers by Oliver thorough bred 8th darn by Wain r 11th dam by Tranbyj 7th dam by Thorntons llattler- Menu Naboth Is a handsomn bay standing 1534 hands grea style and has proved his ability to impart his quail tics will stand at the barn ot Felix White miles Mouth of Htanfonl near Somerset plku- al tie to insure H living colt Mares from a distance grazed attOoawe k Money due when mareIs traded or parted with or bred elsewhere The hest personal cnre taken though no responsibility for ac cidents or eAO fIWhen advisable impregnator will be used J M Ky GALTON 12910 Season ot IKM Sire of Calvin O lil H Al Hums t Jirtf and six others with trigs from Is to SUM those are the only one were ever hand led for speed Also the lire of one damn with one in till 390 list Sired byOlllllbeU WII of an In time S30list leinI- Onndletterciaimed to be the greatest sire In the world 1st daub Daisy Field tosu1Sfb710 dambyeeleysAmerican star III basain3 hldaughten have Ab In 100 or better and dam QuIckstep by Kon tucky Prince Jr sire otJQ SilTH lem onade JJTk ROIl dams of 15 in the S 3D list and dnm by Old Joe site of the dam of J O Gallon carries the blood of four leading families elnmbrlno Chief and American Star Unl tons colts havegone aiatntt and de foaled the best In harness classes and road tier rings they are In great demand selling as high as iijuno after maturity yearlings from 1100 to fSa Gallon will stand at my stable miles West of llustonvllle on Brad fordsvllle pike at 111 to Insure n living colt Money due If mare Is traded niter being bred Plenty of grass at sro rmonthcasedex- preaslyfortnaresnoot stock mixed with mare have grass and large stables for monies tofoal Grain fed at cost Phonoln residence HustonyllleExchange DOIJI- tIIustonvllleKy Mb1Oromwul1st dam Baby Pence sited Kliooli Ar den rod dam Lady Pence by Almont For rest Km Srd lain byOurrard1hlef Carroll Prestonbeautiful dapple baycom blned stallion 15JS full foaled May al wulghlnit lltlpounds full made from und to uUtIHo U made without u fault and Is one of the finest livegutted suddlv stallions that Kentucky bus ovur producod lit has no weak point and U able to go In any com puny This colt Is worth coming nudes to J T Harris JohnJ lit C Asst Casbr CONCRETING We are osltlohtodoallkinds of con I crottnR such as lllock and In tact we can UlRko anything from II I house down to n fence cutu iorvfl you promptly and guarantee tlrrt class work and and get our prices before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Ky 1 NEW MILLINERY IN STANFORD Will open ISth on Depot street Wo invite call and S HI our line of hats will handle nil kinds for ladles mid chill dren mako a specialty of handmade hat For the moot rRstidlouA ladles taco themoneyand time going to the clly by looking at my Grand Album hs uhapt nux giving advanced styles and Have instructed the work n Kentucky Ohio IvnnlatletVlrglnia from wire In the roll to oven the roses on the hat Guar antee satltfactlon or no charge We are here to stay and hope the ladles give us a call mid see our line of good- sMItSGE01ti0ENTBY Red Squirrel Will taste the season of lOnG at our stable I mllel Irolll Stanford all the Stanford and living colt lleIaredsorrelIycersold15hands hlqIs hasplentyofstyleandnctlon sired by Ghei tw Hqulrrel No 10 N H Hlt be by lllaek Squirrel w he by lllack KmileTI he by King eT ho by Denmark 41 he by Ualnes Den mark 01 1st dam by lllack aeornehe by Old Htonewall Jackson he by Washington Denmark and he by Imported Hedgeford end dRill Mambrlno Chief A lien retained on nil colts until the season money U paid Care taken to prevent acci dents bat not should any occur Season marels traded or ported wUhW of FULDS SON PENCE JFL renee Jr will make the season of Itw at the born of the late John 7 Hpoonamort H mile trout Howland at 110 to Insure a living colt If mare traded rparted with the season money becomes due Pence Jr hands h gh good and aclionbylenro he by Hlttnsl he Belmont he by Alexan tiers AUlallab lance 1st dnm by Almont Forrest Snd dam Garrard Chief Srd dam UOIptlrbouomIOastelarloaSheby Volunteer M Pd harlows 1st dam by Woburn 2nd dam by n Mambrlno horse and dam by MalllbrinoI Messenger Pence JrsSnd dam Vermont lenco con areal showing up and they bear proof of him as a grazed at tl per month not respon sable for accidents or escapes should any occur OFO BPOONAMOHB A 11110 Rowland CaRROLL PRESTONsee nod is subject to Inspection at any time III sire was tho champion show hone for unbeaten We class 4hlscoli os one of Kentucky best stallions Will lot him serve n few approved mares nt t3 to Inure a living volt Mares pndunl1l1t tiM per month but not should nccltlciit occur WO WALKER Stanfonl Ky tiQCKQRAYHlietland ponyM Inches owned mako the snasonat510to Insuron living colt Ho U hyan imported ixiity that cost llau In the HbetlnnO Islands anti Is regarded by horsemen as time best pony In Kentucky defeating all Comoro In the show ring In 1SWI Wen retained onnll colts until season Is Id Mares parted with or bred eUowbere forfeits luiurnnco and money become tine will make the season at my farm Jdltv II KOHTKIl Htnnfnnl flirsl atonal iJa1J1Stanford Jfcy- Oryantfttf 882 Capital Stock JSOOOO Surplui anti Vndiuiatd Profits S9OOO afar paid in Wividands rlnco Organisation J2t 500 fnvto low Jfeeounis on Our ytforiit OFFICER S locker Presidents cePresident McRoberts CashIer Baugbman WWSaunders Bookkeeper Stanford at10toInsure Washington moneyduewhen Is breederMares DIRECTOR F Reid J n Baughman M D Blmore J M Petius H C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson V De OBannon J S llockeri C ETate I r I Cecilian ParkDANVILLE KENTUCKY Stallions for Service 1909 GAMBETTA WILKES 219 14 Tho only stallion living or dead that ever sired 200 or more with records of 230 and letter Founder of the greatest family of show nail race honea its tho world Hit colts won more premiums nt the World Columbian Exposition than that of any other sire His decendanla did the ratuo at tho WorMs Fair held at St Louts Ills descendants arc noted for their gameness and good disposition whether on the road on tho track or in the show ring 0t DR MUNSON 4 years old Raco rcconl 208Jj tho champion 4 year old pacing stallion of 1007 Will stand at 820 to itmiro a living colt GENERAL BRIGHTHEART j Race record 210 Trial in a race 213 trotting Will stand atI 820 to iiuuro a living colt GEN ADELLEI4 years old Race rcconl 2102 trialln a race 207 Willstand at 815 to insure n living colt Dr Munsoti 208J Gen Drlghtheart 2IQJ Gen Audio 210J are all eons ot Gambcttn Wilkcs 2 101 rarC8 will ho kept at 81 per week at owners risk Mares h1or parted with forfeit insurance and season becomes due For stallion jI canls and other Information address C O C P CECIL Danville Ky MY LINE O- FTROUSERS Is Now Complete For The SPRING and SUMMER Better than over hnudlqd before for tho Price Also the most tijvtotlnto line of Mens and ladies Oxfords In any style you wish Call and let us show you what wo have SAM ROBINSONrSTAN FORDCIKY- w You Will Make No MistakelinBuying Th- eBrownRiding andWaIkI ing CultivatorsIt Come in and look at them Screen Doors Screen Windows Screen Cloth Etc in All Sizes Shall be Glad to See You W H HIGGINS Stanford Ken- tuckyMILLINERY The Charles Wheeler Emporium Hustonville Ky Invites you to the largest MILLINERY SE LECTION we have ever shown Styles up to tho minute Prices beyond competition We also state that our Spring Lino is now complete To save money come and see and be convinced Our Spring Lino of Hioosfor Ladies Misses ami Children andVl- our lino of Gents Shoes will certainly please Hanan anti Walkover lines are hummers and are strictly reliable Yours for an honest deal- CUA1uEs WHEELER 1