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IIC THE INTERIOP JOURNAL 9Z J l J XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 25 1900 NO 25 rOLe IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES T F Osborn a wellknown buane man of Lebanon is dead Green D Price has been appointed postmaster at New Haven Nelson countyMrs Lottie Haggard and Mrs Per mella Smith aged women of Casey died there last week Judge George R Pryor one of the oldest and beatknown attorneys of Nlcholasvlllc la dead t Love Rlffe Somerset merchants thave assigned Mr Ride is a son of D S RifTo of McKinney The Madison and Garrard county Medical Societies will hold a joint meet ing at Paint Lick on Juno 4 The franchise of the Dastin Telephone a Co of Lancaster WAS assessed at 20 y 000 by tho State Boatel of Valuation Richmond Pearson Hobson of Merri mac and kissing fame will be one of the attraction at the London fair this year Representative Helm has been notl fled that Daniel R Lee of Danville Ky has successfully passed his exam nation for admission to the Naval Aca demy Following the sensational charges made In her addrese at the Methodist church at Harrodsbarg concerning the unsanitary condition of Mercer county poor farm and charging the physician In charge of the Institution with being professionally Incapable in that he per mitted and allowed the filth and dirt there to become damnable Dr V Hor ace Witherspoon filed slut in tho Mere Circuit Court against Mrs Caroline Bartlett Crane of Kalamazoo Mich 4 the noted apostle of civic righteous for 1995 damages Claude A Ogden committed suicide in Louisville by blowing his brains out 1 lie was foreman of the Kentucky Heat Ing Co SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEEDING J am PruParnl lodo Ill kinds of untlylnR and dill englneering prompll7 ly work will be gunrniUwxl and my prices are rea tonnble WrltllIIl nt Italtonvllleover the leliphons through the Kxcbango- WAITKUMCKINJUJY MASONS MEET rt PtALincoln UXK Noaa DL will rarer In itnlni roinmunlcntlori on each not and third Monday night otonoli month nt Tau oclock In trail on main trw t Wan ford JlrmUrii of sister lodll i Are fra trrnallrInvUeatolwiireiKMit T W lnnlnxtnn H- eHarry Jacobsr Dealer In and Manufacturer ot Marble and Granite Monuments Yorkers and Ports IVmelerr nml fawn1 Vnw and twtteea Oniee and works Sic 7 1ZlnneyRy Red Squirrel will flak tb+ e ionof isle nt our stably on tho Mtnnford and t omersstplkentjtotonsurenlivinlcolt naturaisaddle and bnrnwwhorw II o- baaplentyofriyloandectlonsirt l by Ohm No 10 N- t41111bq bylllaektaiuirrelWhybyltlack Washington iHmmnrk ill ho by nlllnllI lnnmrk el lit inm by lllock Ocoriwho by Old Htonownll Jnokton ha by Washington Denmark and ho by Imported Hedgelord- Sml dam Mumbrlno A lien retained on all colt until llietonMin money li paid Claro taken to pivvcnt accl dtnts bat not reapanslblaLould any occur Hfiuon moneyduo when III are traded or lrartnlwllhWM I1ILDIt4HoN Dinwiddie Con Hustonville Ky I Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods DIGNITY DARE 1982 Mahogony bay 1B hand high weigh- 1K pounds perfectly lound Trotted lIand racks task has live dllllnci gaits lllue string horse from colt to date Never liialelyrltlPIwo eolh Hnrrodiburg Colt very kind to brook- I nnd unusually Intelligent Great breeder for high action Colin Great uniform breed or nver got a sorrel colt HU colt lint In stoke ring for 1118 nt Harrodiburg I suckling colt lint In burnew ring nt Btato Fair 1UUa o6 or his colt avera t years told for average of IUlmpartl high shoulders long tapering necks and good RII Kolalon In ltustonvlll- entpletotneureallvecoltorte6 the geaum- Moneyforseasondue of first ser vice II too well known to make further mention of him necessary Dlgnl1 are was ueverdufeatud a t DI riignslurnUbodfit ifOpee month Oarll taken to prevent nnd escape but not responsible any occur Mare traded parted with pr bred to another horse makes money due Phone In NCARPBNTEltllurtonvllie o licit ed D 0 CHURCH MATTERS Tho National Sunday school Conven tion of tho Methodist Church is in aca sian at Terre haute Ind The General Assembly of tho South ern Presbyterian Church in session at Savannah Ga will consider the com plaint of Col Bennett H Young and others over the withdrawal of Central University of Kentucky from the con trol of the church The General Assembly of tho South ern Presbyterian Church prepared an appeal to President Taft asking him to make representations to tho Belgian Government that will insure a fair trial to the two missionaries who are to be tried In Congo Free State on the charge oflibelDr E Boggs of Athens Ga former chancellor of the Universi ty of Georgia was elected moderator of the Southern Presbyterian Assembly at Savannah Dr James M Bark ley of Detroit was named moderator of the Northern Assembly at Denver The Rev J T Barbee of Dawson Springs Ky was elected moderator of the Cumberland Presbyterian Assembly at Bentenvllle Ark In an Impassioned address Rev J L Hudgins of Union City Tenn launch ed a campaign which resulted in tho raising of a legal fund of 10000 at the session of the general assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian church at Bentonvllle Ark In the midst of tho recording pledges a telegram was read announcing that the Federal courts had refused to assume jurisdiction in tho controversy now on In the Savannah and Greenfield Tenn presbyteries and for several minutes tho assembly was given over to cheering rrMIDDLEBURO Jack Wells has moved to Liberty Tho gasollno fixtures have been pine ed in the Baptist church Granville Lutes passed through town with a small bunch of cattle ho bought near Liberty Mrs Laura Lee A E Wesley and Miss Bessie Lee have been employed to teach tho Middleburg Graded School Several Baptist people from hero will attend tho Baptist Sunday union at Pleasant Point Lincoln county May30 M cairo J Q Rowland McD Fogle and Clay Estes gave a moonlight ice cream supper at Birdwood Park satur- day evening Virgil Wilhito a colored youth of Yosomtto has been arrested on the charge of shooting a maro belonging to J W Rogue Tho Middleburg Cornet Band has been employed to play for the old sol diors on May 30th at Willow Springs four miles south of Yosemite Rev W R Hunt Is at Nicholaavillu holding a protracted meeting Miss Della Godby of Hustonville spent last week with her sister Mrs C C Jones Mrs Helen Carter the Yosemito milli ner Is quite sick- Lived 152 Years Wm Parr Englands oldest man married the third time at 120 forked in tho fields till 132 and lived 20 years longer People should be youthful at 80 James Wright of Spurlocic Ky shows how to remain young I feel just like a 10 yeat qld boy ho writes after taking six bottles of Electric Bitters For 30 years Kidney trouble made lila a burden but tho first bottlo of this wonderful medicine convinced mo I hind found tho greatest cure on oarth1I Theyre a godsend to weak Ickly run down or old people Try them 60c at Pennys Drug Store POLITICAL The presidential nomination of Wal ter E Clark to be Governor of Alaska was confirmed by tho Senate imported automobiles under the new tariff law must pay equal to onehalf their value if tho action of tho Senate stands According to John Thompson commissioner of agriculture of Tennessee and a strong administration man Gov Patterson will be a candidate for re election Smashes All Records As an ail round laxative tonic and healthbuilder no other pills can com pare with Dr Kings New Lifo Pills Thu tone and stomach liver strongt then the nerves cure Constipation Dyspepsia Biliousness Jnundlcp Headache Chills and Malaria Try them 25o at Pennys Drug Store Man is the martyr of his deeds The gods abuse their powers Ho spades the garden fights the weeds And woman picks the flowers I Taking the average for the world there is one newspaperman for 82000 Inhabitants Mrs Patsy 1 died at Madison Ind on the lOOdth aahiversary of her birth U I NEWS NOTES I The Henry county Jail at New Castle is without a prisoner George Tucker an aged and prominent citizen of Taylor county Is dead Mrs Lewis McQuown who died In Louisville last week was buried at GlasgowA northeast storm at Atlantic City N J caused the highest tldo for several years William Christie Herron a noted world peace advocate died at his home In CincinnatiThe of A Booth Company were sold at public auction In Chicago for 1000000 Mrs Sophia Dean a niece of Gen Robert E Lee is dead at Bagdad Smith county Tenn Burglars broke Into thq postofllco at Bells Tex dynamited the safe and ee caped with about 1000 William Foley aged 88 years one of tho pioneer residents of Woodford coun ty died after a brief illness William G Downing a wellknown farmer and live stock trader of Fayette county died suddenly of paralysis Tho United Dry Goods Company of New York with a capital of 51000 000 was incorporated at Dover Del The annual encampment of tho department of Tennessee Grand Army of the Republic is being held at Hard manShelby Partridge aged 18 was killed by the accidental discharge of a shot gun while charivaring a newly married coupleWhite Face Inn one of tho best known hotels in the Adirondack re gion was burned The loss Is estimated at 150000 James Sharp who calls himself Adam God is on trial at Kansas City for tho killing of Patrolman Michael Mulline Mrs Louis Cartsen cut tho throats of her three children and then her own at the family homo near Easthampton Conn Two of the children are dead At Big tock Tenn Constable VerI ner Leo shot and killed three Negroes whom ho was attempting to arrestI Tbs Negroes attacked him and he shot In selfdefenseResidents Catoosa county GaI lecturing that the government rifieI range there is a menace to life and limb are preparing a petition for ins junction to prevent target practice- A Constantinople newspaper Is au thority for the statement that Abdul Hamid the deposed sultan has transferred bank deposits amounting to something over 5000000 to the government Handsoma silver candelabra wero presented to the officers of the battle ship Mississippi by the Daughters of tho American Revolution at Natchez A reception and dance were given Fri day night The Tennessee Supreme Court took under submission the appeal of the eight convicted night riders who arc under sentence of death andannounced that a decision would bo handed down within two weeks While President Taft was speaking at Charlotte N C a sudden storm caused a panic in the crowd and a rush was made for tho stand Some sharp work was necessary to prevent the president being crushed and to quiet the throng- S Walton Forgy attorney in Kentucky for thu Planters Prptectlve As sociation of Kentucky Tennessee and Virginia has filed suit for that organ ization of tobacco growers at Elkton against Robert Lester a prominent farmer of Guthrie for S2500 damages alleged to have been sustained as are suit of Lester who has been member selling his pledged tobacco crop of nears ly 50000 pounds outside the association Rev I W Williamsons Letter Hov h W Williamson Hunting ton W Vu writes This Is to cer tify that I used Foleys Kidney Remedy for nervous exhaustion and kidney troublo nnd am free to say that It will do all that you claim for ItII Foleys Kidney Remedy has restored health and strength to thousands of weak run down people Contains no harm ful drugs nnd is pleasant to take New Stanford Drug Co In tho retirement of Col W P Wal ton editor of tho State Journal from tho newspaper field Kentucky Journal ism has lost ono of Its ablest writers and Democracy one of its most ardent and strongest advocates But knowing Bro Walton as wo do we do not be- lIeve it will be very long until he will again be in the harness fighting for the principles which ho believes to be right Mt Vernon Signal The cleverest imitationofreal Cof lee ever yet made lit Dr Shoops Health Coffee It Is fine In flavor and Is made In just one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Pennys Drug Store il HUSTONVILLE The fourlegged chicken of Mrs Arch B McKinnoy died It will be preserved in alcohol Dont fan to see the great base ball gamo Friday afternoon between the old players and the present stars Mrs IL F Waller and Mrs Dowd McCarley and son William of no Miss are visiting relatives OkaloI L A Farris local manager Northcott Produce Co bought Satur day 1183 dozen eggs besides turkeys and chickens galore An elegant spread of refreshments will be served Frldry evening 28th in the rooms of the Newton Hotel by the ladies of the C W B M Call on the and be happy The program for the musical at tt opera house Friday night will includ- vocal and instrumental selections ren dered by our best local talent Reserv ed seats on sale at Rifles store W S VanArsdall and wife of Boyle county are with relatives here Eu gene Dunn has gone to Louisville to be treated by an oculist A J Adams an Joe Newell were elected deacons of Presbyterian church Sunday Sunday morning Lairs bloodhounds were called to the home of Col Hall Anderson whose smokehouse had been robbed Saturday night They trailed a considerable distance to the home of Joo Adams colored but no arrests were made A veritable cloudburst broke over the vicinity of McKinney Thursday afternoon The branch from K L Tanners spring to the river was 13 to 20 inches higher than ever known The branch down Willow Valley Mr A B Mc Kinney says was higher than it has been in 40 years The spirit of Mrs June H Reid passed into the eternal realms of rest on Sunday morning at 4 oclock at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs V n Morse after long and patient suffering The remains were laid to rest yesterday In Hustonvillo cemetery after services at the Christian church by Rev W S Willis in tho presence of a large concourse of sorrowing friends She leaves a husband and two children to mourn tho loss of a loving wife and mother Many beautiful floral designs covered her grave The commencement exercises of the High School were rendered before a large audience at Alcorns Opera House Friday evening Tho graduates wero Misses Fanny and Mary North Edna Gillock and Master Francis Weather ford The graduating address wis de livered by Prof Throckmorton dean of tho Law Department of Central University who spoke entertainingly- on educational advantages and facilities- in general and also pointed out a few of the deficiencies in Kentucky Presi dent Wheeler of the board of trustees delivered the diplomas with appropriate remarks and gave the patrons of tho school some timely advice Some very untPrtflinlng instrumental music was rendered by Misses Melle Hopper Kathryn Warriner and Ama Barker The old piano which had been made a repository for the presents was over loaded with valuable gifts and beauti ful flowers for the graduates Rills To Stop The Fiend The worst foe for 12 years of John Deye of Gladwin Mich was a run ling ulcer He paid doctors over UOOOO without benefit Then Buck lens Arnica Salve killed the ulcer and cured him Cures FeverSores Dolls Felons Eczema Salt Rheum Infal- lIble for Piles Burns Scalds Cuts Corns 25o at Pennys Drug Store Wifey during storm Gracious That was an awful clap of thunder it frightened me terribly HubbyNonsense my dear Thunder cant hurt you- WifeyIndeedl Didnt you ever hear of people being thunderstruck Dont drug tho Stomachorstimu- late tho Heart or Kidneys That Is wroog It is the weak nerves that are crying out for help Vitalize these weak Inside controlling nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how quickly good health will como to you again Test it and sod Sold by Pen nys Drugstore I itobcrt Moore a Negro arrested on a charge of horse stealing startled Mngdon Va with the confession that he murdered the young nephewof Mayor Hines of that town The youth had been missing a month whenlhis partly decomposed body was found I A tickling or dry cough can bo quickly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chic roform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys DrugJStore Mrs Dave Cozine wife of a black imith at Frankfort becoming tired of life ended her existence by asphyxia Loa Mrs Cozine kept a boardinghouse c OXFORDS++ ++++t dGreen White Tan9 Blood and Black fl IN ALL THE STYLES FOR 1909 for Men women and Children Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY Cbe Lincoln bounty national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3800000 Resources 34000000- S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT JO REID ASSISTANT CASHIE- Rj W ROCHECYCn TELLER H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford a John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T C Kan kin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lanca ter W H Cummins Preachereville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek Use t Arnolds tI BuggiesI There is nothing better We paint Old Ve hicles and make them look like new Get our prices We solicit V your trade R M ARNOLD DANVILLE KY js1 9laional tankStanford jyIO janrsd J882 Capital Stock S50 000pSurplus and undivided iProfilt r 9 000 p Jfas paid in Eoidonds Since Organization 21 500iJ vila Wow jfceountt on Our Ttferits OFFICERS J S Rocker President- S T Harris VicePresldent John J McRobsrts Cashier H O Baughraaa Mat Cashr WWSaundersDOokkeeper DIRECTOR J F Reid J H Baughraaa M D Elmore J M Fettus H C Baughman JF Cummins S T Harris no C Robinsoa W B OBannon J S Hocker C E Tale n The Interior JournalI Eo C WALTON IN his appointment of a permanent Headquarters Committee Senator Thomas A Combs has shown his usua discernment They are N Powell Tay lor of Henderson Jero A Sullivan of Richmond William Addams of Cyn thiana H M Cox of West Liberty and Woodson May of Somerset Headquarters will bo at Lexington and the committee will meet at onto to organ ize and perfect a line of action Thi Senators announcement that ho wil not be a candidate for governor or any other Stato office and that the com mitteewill not engage in promoting anylmans candidacy are reassuring They will labor for the good of the par ty alone without axes to grind or slates to make We are glad that the head- quartersw will be in a democratic city t Louisvilles behavior has nearly put her beyond the pale of democratic recuper ation Tim likeness of Jefferson Davis en gravedlupon the silver service present ed by the people of Mississippi to the battleship named for her has thrown some of the G A R camps into con niptions but it is foolish and reprehen- sIble Mr Davis was Mississippis greatest statesman and if the people who knew him best want to honor him in this way it is their business alone If Mr Roosevelt could order Mr Da vis name recorded on the bridge at Washington built while ho was secre tary ofjwar under I Pierce which bad been chiseled off by order of another president surely the great men of the G A R might restrain their silly Indignation It is both puerile and Idiotic THERE is some consolation drawn from history in the fact that in revising the tariff upward instead of down ward as promised in their platform the republicans are digging their own graves Following the passage of the McKinley tariff they were beaten in the Congressional erections worse than ever beforein their history and two years later the country elected a demo cratic president a number of repub lican States giving him their electoral votes The complete disregard of plat forms and the total ignoring of the masses in order to swell the plethoric pocketbooks of the classes may make history repeat itself and cause good to come out of evil TWSNTY FIVE years ago that is In 1884 it cost each man woman andchil 660 to run the government Today it is costing 1155 or about 1 per month with the population over dou bled In that year Congress appropri ated 29046127503 the appropriations of the last Congress foot up 1044 41185712 ThisJCongresa also erected 10120 ofices with an increase of sala ries of 5672009 In these days of re pjblican extravagance this seems to have come to be a government of the- o ficehoderaby the officeholders for the officeboldersITim governor of Kansas has decided that he will appoint no liquor drinkers to office and the Cincinnati Southern RlIlroad Company has just issued an order that anyfof its employee seen in saloons evenlwhen off duty will bp discharged It is fast coming to pass that thebooze drinkers will be tabooed everywhere No business man wants him and no company will tolerate him This condition is doing as much or more to produce temperance as the combined efforts of the prohibitionists THE strike in the department of te legraphersFend posts in France has about petered out The government was able to more thanfill the places of the strikers by drafting men from the army who were telegraphers and put ting the automobilecrop to supply any break in the railway mail service The public was not largely inconvenienced and the Chamber of Deputies will pass a law prohibiting government em ployees from joining labor unions TUEU S Court of Appeals at Rich mond Vaf has decision in the case of Mayor McCue hanged at Charlottes villa for the murder of his wife that the insurance company in which he held a policy for 20000 must pay up This seems to be a rightful decision A mane who is hanged is no more responsible- for it except in breaking the law than if be died a natural death r A LAW has just gone into effect in California that an eating house which dispenses coldstorage must make the fact known in letters to be seen across the room under heavy penalty Good Cold storage eggs bear the same relation to the fresh article that excel sior does to shrcded wheat biscuit or more so A CAR LOAD of No2 red wheat sold at Cincinnati Friday at 153 a bushel the highest price since 1896 when it sold at 215 a bushel Unfortunately most of our farmers sold at less than a dollar It is the gamblers and the spec ulators who are reaping the harvest nowThe sevoteddFlorida 5000 appropriation for a silver service for the battleship Florida ndwunder construc tion a A CARDINAL principle of the demo cratic party lea tariff for revenue only with no more money or taxes wrung from the people than is necessary for an economical administration lof the government The partys socalled representatives I in Congress seem to have forgotten this principle or purposely Ignore it Senator Bailey and 16 other Senators elected as democrats voted for a tariff on iron while Senator Dan iel of Virginia lead the fight for a high duty on quebracho a chestnutI bark extract for tanning aI speech declared that he wanted to pro tect American Industries These sup posed representatives of the democrat ic party would do well to read the dem ocratic platform if their memories of former platforms of the party have failed them I TilE National Daylight Association is trying to get President Taft to take the initiative in a time reform move ment tho object of which is to begin the day two hours earlier in tho summer 1 time and to give longer hours for j afternoon and evening recreation The proposition is to turn the clock back twp hours May 1 to remain in effect until Oct 4 when the hands shall be return ed to tho present standard time The proposition occurs to us to bo a foolish one If those who have tho time for afternoon and evening recreation want to enjoy it they cando so without up setting the countrys time adjustment SENATOR ALDRICII says the country- Is losing ten millions a day by the delay in passing his tariff bill and for that reason he will force a vote on it June 20 If he really believes his assertion senIatorconcerned about disturbing trusts than running the country to costs he is seeing that they are well takenI care H ofInate fifty millions for his heirs to fight over I or enjoy All he gets is what even the pauper is entitled to six feet of There are no pockets in a earthI IEDITOR CECIL WILLIAMS of the Som is a candidate for the position of secretary of the Democratic headquarters committee with head quarters at Lexington We hope ho will get ItMATRIMONIAL J B Quisenberry and Miss Ida Stone popular young people of Danville were married in the parlors of the Phoenix Hotel Lexington Tho brido is a daughter of Mr F F Stone and a slater of Mrs John H Meier Just as the sheriff was leaving with him for the penitentiary to servo one year for malicious shooting James Bruco was married to Miss Edna Al dridge at Cadiz The ceremony took place in the parlor of tho jailers home Helen Kelly Gould was granted an absolute divorce in New York from Frank J Gould Mrs Gould is custody of their children for one porI tion of each year and Mr Gould to have their custody for the remaining portion A Card This is to certify that nil druggists Iaro authorized to refund your money If Foleys Honey and Tar fail to euro your cough or cold It stops the cough heals the lungs and prevents pneu monia and consumption Contains no opiates Tho genuine is in a yellow package New Stanford Drug Co Maud Muller on a summers day Put up a bluff at raking hay But on the high road kept an eye In case a Judge came riding by And sure enough a Judge did pass At forty miles an hour alas It gives to romance quite a jar The modern honkhonk touring car Philadelphia Bulletin w If you desireaclearcomplexiontaice Foleys 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 Not a wheel turned othe Georgia Railroad the road being paralyzed by the firemens strike The management announced that it had the trains and the men and would give service whenever the State furnished protec tion Howard University situated on the outskirts of Washington and which is devoted to the higher education of the colored race has as its commencement speaker this year President Taft The excercises will be held Wednesday Henry H Rogers gave away 16000 1000 in bonds securities and cash five weeks before his sudden death in New York Wednesday The sum was divid ed equally among his four children each receiving 4000000 Franklin county Ind went wet by 531 The drys carried eight out of 13 townships but could not overcome thowet majorities of the larger townsPhillips Tebba aged 55 dropped dead of heart disease at Cynthiana CROUPstopped In 90 minutes I Dr ahogp I Remedy One purely prete no ails tress A sate nod pleating urnp Wo Drui1I I FOR SALE 1 r6 wertollerandengine and sawmill fur sale Will toll either or OUAR KKSSUM Ottenhelm Ky Postofllce Waynesburg Ky T8 D CARTER Now Liven DopotStreetPhone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY PEYTON- I will stand my ono nude lack Ieyton nt my fnrm nt Moreluni Ky ut Stolnsu u living colt Alto will stand n standardbred registers Wilkes stallion and three tine young Jach will be permitted to nerve a taw mans tree to my regular customers where they brad three mares or more Is U KINOl rThe Truth Every person in this city who iuuf fering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruS or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanently cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi externaluse All durcgists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STOR- ECURLEY Illack lack wwhitepoint heavy body- and bone Hits proven hlnu 1f a breeder He Is by black Hatln 1st dam Wl Ham Cottons JOCK of Mad uon hli dam John Morgan out ol n Jennet by Joo- lIIacKburn Will stand at my place at land at JI for horse mule and rr for mere mule Men retained on colts to secure season money D WILLIAMS ITOM Highland Ky JEWEL IMy stallion Chester Jewel black U hands high will mane the season of 11419 at my stable four miles West of Crab Orchard at mouth orOrdnr Creek ot 115 to Insure a living colt Hired by Chester Dare lit dam by Second I Jewel This mare Is the dam of a ntnro that I sold for 13000 rind dam by Holmes Drennon Srd dam Anna liuford by Montlo 4th dam lienlabynoton6thmn by Eplton IIUl ColIerIof es JOHN W HOLMES Crab Orchard Ky STONEWALL JACKSON JR- Thi fine black saddle stallion was sired by the great saddle breeding stallion Old I Stonewall This colts dam waau Denmark I mare He Is n nice colt Her has colts to I his Rood breeding Wlllstnnd at glenInsure until weaning time We hold a on all colts until paid for Darren mares made to stand by I ha Impregnator We have perfect success In this LILLY IRECKINRIDGE This fine black lack was sired by Major John D Harris Imported lack Ho will make tho season oI 1UM at my barn at fi to Insure n colt until weaning time His get of IMHlsnowon my farm to show for good breeding He Is a sure foal getter A T TIIA Ylon A HONH Plentant 11111 BreedingnOLDfBOND of Hpoedyson or the Wilkes totally Foaled r e IVOft SiiiKSllwl fond Red Wllkes Old lIaml1lelonlanDull living sire of trotters tad dam C K Clay moro money than any horse everbrought to Hoyia county dam bt Kl more I8t Klmoro produced Idol and two others better than Xaii She Is In the old brood snare list This colt Is n handsome dark hay 13 J bands ol great sulxtunce and style Can- howafnrtycllpwithoutany track hand ling Is level headed easily handled should stylo and speed to his colts phgchreshould soil readily at fancy myfarmford on tha snort iii At jo to inui u ilvInc colt Will lie handled for speed otter seasonA G T SMITH It K D No S Box SI bTAMOKii Kv Ihoao 11SA Danville SILVER KING JR 8Will make the season of 1909 Itt my stable at Cedar Creek at p to Insure n living colt Silver King Jr Is iv dark buy with a heavy inane and IRIIIull 1SK hands high He was sired by Silver ho by OnTlnie son ol Stonewall Jacuon- lit dam by Oasts Stonewall Jacknon Jr onot Hub les Old Stonewall Jackson il dam by Oablielll Lexington 3d damn eel ebruUd saddle horse of Wayne county 4th dam by Millers Oopperbottom of Wayne county Sliver Kings lam was Mollln Mounce Cnbbcir 1Axlngton son of Uloods lilack- nnwk Zd dam by Young America son of Tnylori Messenger wm also ItRnd the good jacllr NIGGER At H to Insure n living colt Nigger Is a blacK JOCK 16 hands 4 years old and ls u good Individual lit Is by ItlacK Cloud and he by Toni Keeno E V WII1TK Oedar OrcoR on Stanford and Crab Orchard pi- KePRESTON KING Heir No MOB A B n nBeautiful bay saddle stallion 1881 hands fooled JuUe luos nIl sire was the greatest show horse Kentucky lie has tnlance high action and the speed Indicated these blood lines lie has the long thin neck lIet1henvyfoot Mnd eyes so set the Uonmarks We feel that Preston Kings speed action and Individuality must add to tho merit of our Kentucky horses and we nIle for him a liberal patronage This rich ly brood yonng horse has all the qualities of a great sire bono and style pre emi eIgreatest show horse of showstakinggtheall the fnlrinnd horse blue string at Mt Louis winning llUi You see that frtwton King can not help but be a great saddle hortcalro Ills dam Nelly WAS washy VanMetur King 78i tracing to Stonewall Jackson and ou his sires side to Washington DenmarkPCDIOHKK Hired by lrelloR m by Wash Wuhll1lloll1Inl1rkHllver King by On Time by Stone wail Jackson H Hubbloi great show horse end inns Up by the famous Cabolls Lexington by Olxfii Illack hawk F H sire Dam Hello by Ulicxlorlek 101 by Jlnmbrlno byharpsdom III 8 TKUMS JIares will Iw kept nt Ito per mouth at owners risk They will receive tho most carelul attention Mares sold or foebecomesWill make the season of 1000 at our place at 10 to Insure u living colt Also will stand one Rood blnck jack four yours old at 110 to Insure H Uvlng co- ltVIjt0 I nUDDKHAn Howlima Ky Phone llSij4 f CHESTER S of Chester Dare will make the bioIntrefustonvilleat10tolnsurealiving DMOKIITIOM ANn pxnIORJxUe A black with star in forehead lit hands high with nil the style and flnlan characteristic of the Chester Dnro family n Rood noting and n proven breeder BCO hint heforll booking your mares II you are looking for n toad breeder nt living price Sired by Ones ter Dare lot dam by Telegraph gnddamb ItlppybyMnmbrlno Qblef JN00 LYNN Huslonvlllo Ky FINE FARM IN GAMAIW COON TY FOR SALE I A fine bluo grass tams for sale situated or near 1otnt l env ll and six mtlix southof Lancaster an acres- well located In neighborhood wIll Pout or tht John Walker trnotwitha Iani some new soven room resldenc thereon with ueessaryoutbulldlngsann good new barn 40x01 well ulrrtd Ilx never falling springs and creek running through TKUBH k cash In hand balance ono and two yearfront day of sale bearing six per PedalIenonglookinQ place write or see VO ALEICK HlllllloN InsurM Tobacco acid Tebicc Ilrnl Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Il stdcnce Phone M Ornce M Insure with mo ami be fully protect- ethSafeguard the Future 1 Tho safest surest and most adequate sate guard for the future is a policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It Is conspicuous for economical manage ment liberality o Its contracts laIr dealing with Its nwmbrnnd largo return I to policy holders The company Is Jut entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR- of a successful career with more policy holders In Lincoln county that all companies combined Write ror- pIIrtlculnjltRUIIII age and whether mart NEWLANDtMpecinlAptMyers James I White Hollcltor for Rockcaitle C- oAt McKinney Ky You can find our Standard Ilemetty tile greatest blood and llvermedlclneyct known o case IthcumatUm Halt Itbeum Kid nay Trouble and all diseases arising front blood it has no equal It Is innnufactored under the pure load act of June W d and guaranteed by the manufacturer ii the Itemedy U taken according to direction and if he or she is not benefited by the use of the remedy we will refund lour money wo can do nothing more 1 package contains KM doses w5th n registered guarau fUlllnltnclloOI1Wo time you might save a big doctors bill IteinemberU you take the Hemedy accord ins to Instruction ami are not benefited you get your dollar back You will not and the remedy In drug stores lor sale II Is sold only bv our authorised agents- IIfUDEN WILL1AMH Agent JAMES N DYE Optical Specialist and Expert Watchmak er located permanently at McKInuey Ky with n complete equipment for testing lelllbo a thorough knowledge and prae achoollTIIIIllradley Tolytecnlo Institute of scoria III Ilorological Department I you are sue taring front eyestrain or It you are nervous Irritable those are the Indies Ions of some derangement ot the retrac the system which mnl often develop ins chronlo or Incurable dueatool tbe rye an can In most cases be prevented by properly Jilted glares Cure should bo taken In sv letting your glasses Mlirtttrd unsex very ninny cases trove to be Injurious nn sometimes fatal Therefore you should con suit n practical optician Watchmaking Department Jly watchmaking deport tent Is In every respect Can d- tdvotngstnaingjewelingand all kinds ol skilled and careful manner Watch repairing not watch tlnkerlngor botching INSURANCER Insures Tobacco Tobacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado Life Li ve Stoc k Health and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis count J K BAUGHMAN Black with while pouts 16 12 hands bodyPEDIGREESired Na poleD lit dim by J K Bughmtn Sr h Slontwsll 2nd dam on Jcanetts side b cal Prince she out ofa Jtlldt by 01 I5jacksMORGAN DENMARK Bay saddle stallion 16 hands good style and actionPEDIGREESired Old On Time lit dam Lady Morgan by Stonewall Jackion 3rd dam by Matchless 4th dam by Tramby Has proven a great breeder or high walking horses Will stand M 8 Abo a splendid mule jack at 7 The above seasons are when colt it foal ed mare or jennttt traded or parted with Mares and jennetls grazed at 250 month P fOnal attention given at all times- impregnatot used when Care taken lo aecidenti but not responsible should allYoccur Above mentioned stockowned end stood by R G PETTUS Stanford It F D NO 9t 6 miles Crab Orchard tLancaster iiefea dance Phone Lancaster 75F y LOSHOSsJ I Our Oxford and Low Shoe Stock is as full of good things as tis possible to be In Mens goods we have t- heWalkOverti 1 inJTan both Button and Lace at 350 01 Y and 4 in Patents at 4and 5 in the Manss Shoe we have both Tan and Patent Leather at 350 Ladies Low Shoes straps and pumps we fur nish in the Ladies WalkOver at 350Ultras at 3 Brockport at t 250 in Tan and Patent and a beauti ful black Swede at 350 These are the choice lasts out for the season See t them and you will like them 1I I H J McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKYI m HEEEEif yg Pointers I 1d1 It is customary for every druggist to claim to be but in prescription work bestdThis store claims ability capability facility vandA complete stock of drugsIWehave the goods the equipment the ex s perience c31ftPENNYS DRUG TOR-E1BrBStanford Kentucky E e 1 Are You Going To Build I tll While wo are hero to build the Lincoln county court house and shouldt nro11It n a better position tolJltI 1On a mce r jl Brick Dwelling or A Neat Business House 1 being able to buy all materials cheaper and therefore are in position to put i 1 a building up for a considerable lower price Nothing too largo or too LI small and tho distance will not stop us from figuring with you matters not i WeIfurnish all plans any suc wo might ercctw free of aFRITZKRUEGER F H MILLERJ OUR LAWN HIKE 4 is n less expensive anti better fenco than wood More ornamental durn blo and a timo saver aa you need no tfrepairCall at our store sop the beautiful fabric anti gates and Jet us show you the low prices on n good fenco jobti1A GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford 4 t U v No12471iMufcy Self Stripo bust size 34 worth S30 now 81075 No 12411 Green Self Stripo suit eizo 30 worth 830 now 1675 No 18561 Green Self Stripo Suit size 34 worth 30now 1675 No 11321 Roo Self Btripo Suit size 34 worth 81650 now 81075 it The l BTANFOIID KY MAY 25 190D ICE CREAM sodal water at Penny Drug Store L TIJ MR M L MARCUU Is In Indlanapol with friends MASTER Iro PERRY Is visiting friends at Richmond MR L J PARRICIN is visiting roll tlvet In Wayne DR I S WESLEY of Mlddloburp waa here Friday Miss FLORENCE CARTER is visiting Coulmbla friends MR JAMBS F HOLD AM spent aeveral days in LouUvllle MR J L SBARGBHT has moved hi family to Lancaster Miss FRANCES COOPER attended tho Carnival at Danville MR M M PERKINS and wife of Crab Orchard were hero Friday MRS W D IIILL spent several dayaI her mother in the West End AND MRS J E BRUCE apent several days at Olympian Springs MRS M L SMITH of Henderson s tho guest of Miss Tcvia Carpenter DR W M DOORES spent severs 1 days with Garrard county relatives f Miss EUJUUBTII BAUOHMAN vlsltci during tho Carnival Miss GEORGIA BROWN of Corbln t was the guest of Mrs Levisa Martin- I MR E P WOODS went to Cincinnati yesterday to have his eyes worked ot I MR DEN HARDIN and wife of Mont cello passed through to London Friday JAMES C ENGLGMAN of Paris Ipent several days last week with the homo folks Mn J C EUBANKS wife and dough ter Annie Lee visited her mother In i Garrard Mils ALice Cumi and Mr and Mrs Phelps Cobb of Doyle attended church hero Sundayl Miss of Mt Vcr of her sister Mrs non was the guest 1 II Hughes t Tile MISSES LEWIS of Crab Orchard were the guests of Misses Mary and MRS SALVE MAHPLES of Louisville spent several days with her brother t Mr McD Royalty I MRS P M tl nnnttnra will enter- tainI a number of friends Thursda jfrom 4 to 0 at teaA W N CRAIG and children onf visiting her slater Mrs Shelton M Sauney In Frankfortr Miss JENNIE DUNCAN came over Irom Lancaster to see her niece Miss Mar garet Warren graduate Miss MATTIE LEE HUDDLE who is In ODella Infirmary Cincinnati with ty phold fever continues quite ill I MR G A PEYTON is down from Mid dlesboro mingling with his many friends who are always glad to see him t MISSES MATTIE MCCLARY Blanch I VanDeveer and Maude Carter are at home from the Indianapolis Oral School i MRS R W KEENON who has been t with her mother and sister hero return- edl to her homo at Harrodsburg Friday SATURDAYS Courier Journal contain I lit cd a fine picture of Mr Jack Adams t t Canards democratic nominee for jail- or MR G C MARTIN of Princeton l Ind and Mrs Laura Best of WalhlnJt I ton county are with Mrs Levlsa Mar tin I MISSES ANNIE URONAUOH of Crab Orchard and Catherine Bronaugh ol i a Leiegton were guests of Mrs James curd picture of Mr and f Mrs Shelton M SaufleyB son Shelton J Marshall Saufley Jr of Frankfort ape pealed in Saturday Louisville Times R f ES POWELL anti Chas Adams of Hustonville spent last week at Dunn J vlllo on a fishing trip Mr Powell lost r a valuable horse while on tho trip Liberty NewsJ- UDGtt J W ALCORN left last week for Indianapolis where he will undergo an operation He was accompanied by Dr Carl Wheeler of Lexington and Lizzie Bogle who have been wait him MR W B McRonERTB and family wili move to Danville next week greatly to the regret of their many friends tare We commend them to the good people of that place Hon and Mrs W H Shanks have rented and will oc cupy their home on East Main Street Miss KATE WATERS is improving we are glad to state MR C H BARTLE of Liberty attended tho lot sale MRS J B PAXTON was in Lancaster yesterday to see the homefolks MR JOHN SFOONAMOHE was severely kicked by a mule a few days ago Mn JAMES F CUMMINS is in LexlnRC ton to see Hart Schaflner Marx M D HUGHES and W t Williams of Lancaster were here to see Judge M C Saufley Saturday MR ED H WALKER of Garrard passed through to Louisville to bo treat cd Wo hope ho will speedily recover REV T W BARKER went to Win chcaetr yesterday to attend the Kentucky Wesleyan College commencement and LOCALS SHEEP dip at W H Higgins CLOTHES cleaned Cook Farmer TRY ourbale bearing lawn mow cr W H Hlgglna A GOOD tobacco bed for sale J B Camentsch Stanford BEDDING plants are now ready and we are ready to put them out Ed lJubI tax books for 1909 are now ready Come In and get your receipt T J Hill sheriff s KENTUCKY grown millet aced 125 per bushel while they last Jas D Shelby Junction City Ky 2t A LITTLE son of Charles Cecil Jr had one of his legs broken by being thrown from runaway wagon at DanI yips DONT your millet seedI today 125 per bushel is less thanI market value Jas D Shelby tion City Ky 2t DANVILLES city council getting tho cue from the Stanford city fathers hal ordered about 10 ofconcrete menta laid In Llttlo PHOTOGRAPHS cheap and durable a- my residence in Darsttown where Ian prepared to do all kinds of work Iron post cards to large family groups Views of residences and stock made 01 short notice All Cash with order Frank Cordier Samuel Cochran who was unsound mind and ta ken to tho asylum some weeks ago died there and was brought hero and In terred from Mr T D Newlands rest denco Sunday Mr Cochran had lived in Lincoln county for many years and had a number of friends and relative who sorrow at his death HIGH HONOR con lain a picture of Charles Carpenter colored of this place who graduatec with high honors at Booker T Wash In tons Tuskegco College Out of a class of 153 ho was chosen valcdiclo ran Carpenter Is a son of James Carpenter who used to work for Mr John N Menefee hero and who disc tome eight or 10 years ago TUB Lot Sale of Florence Hughes S McCarty was a success Over 1001 people wero In attendance Saturday af ternoon and vacant lots sold all the way prom 260 on Whitley Avenue to 1201 an Logan Avenue Tho lots on East Main street a portion of the Col Hit home brought JGOO to 800 The Hill homo with some 175 feet frontage Main street went to Mr W L Mc Carty for 3BOO J W DIshon bought the Cox farm near Highland for 1230 The sale amounted to about 12000 and the promoters are wore than satisfied Some splendid building territory has been opened and it Is hoped that those who bought lots will build on them right way Homes aro urgently needed hero md our capitalists would find it to their tdvantnge to build a half hundred orso dol 3 Peter Chandler the boss auc ioncer cried the sale and did it well Mise Sallie Taylor Woods who held Icket 428 drew the free lotNo 18 on Whitley Avenueand in afqwmoments lold it to Attorney George D Florence for 200 Miss Woods many friends ind admirers congratulate her on her good luck not In selling the lot be cause it was worth more money but in raving IL Their first sale being so uccessful we hope Messrs Florence Iughea McCarty will have another and not defer the good work long Extraordinary If a real saving appeals to you read this list of reductions on very de sirablo merchandise Every garment bought this season of the newest colors and fabrics Almost identical in stylo and color to the Fallmodels now being ehuwn Como and look these over they arc positively the great cst bargains you ever saw lit SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY IInterior Journal PERSONALS 1rwlth Danvlllolfricnds AtZMTiiOMPSON Ellzahcthltiiggins Ii tFklalJ itMiss SaturdayG manATTORNEYS InstltutoI French bardTAxESThe WAITOrder BritainI workwarranted tCOCIIRANMr daily Values tLIaDEY cut glass at Muellers graduate tng presents of at Muellers STnA greenbeans and to matoes at J D Hortons Restaurant Dn W N CRAIG oculist and optl Office over H J McRobert clothing store I WILL have another hat salo Saturday Every hat goes at a reduction Miss Ella May Saunders RECLEANED Kentucky grown German Millet Seed 125 per bushel Jas D Shelby Junction City Ky 2t FOR SALE 50000 Brazilian and Der muda potato plants 20c per 100 175 1000 W S Wigham Morelan 4t FOR SALE Pure S C Brown Leghorn eggs Improved laying strui Mrs R L Berry Hustonville Ky Phone 833 rings FOR SALE Ono secondhand buggj good as new and two new ones all rubber tired Sold very cheap if dispose of at once E W White Cedar Creek THE Foley father mother and daughter who havo been playing the mischief at Rowland wero given 21 hours to leave the county at their trial Saturday and they left SOLD OUT Horace Grcely Lutes has sold his meat market and good will to Mr Garland Singleton and tho latter has taken charge and promises to give his customers the choicest meats at the lowest prices SEETIU KRAUSE RIDING CULTIVATOR It has everything on the market beat tho way of a riding cultivator The pivot axle is a practically two in one plow Can plow as good on rolling land on level Dont fall to see it be fore buying E T Pence CIRCUIT CountTheblay term or circuit court opened yesterday with Judge W C Bell presiding Judge Dell delivered n strong and Jmpressivi charge to the grand jury dealing with various subjects but most particularly with the game fish primary election and temperance laws and to tho lat ter law much stress was given In a clear sound and impressive manner The charge was complimented by a great many who heard It The follow ing compose the grand jury W M Deck George Holmes C C Withers Winfred Withers Will Cordier G C Givens B F Powell J C McWhorter W W Hays G L Sudduth Jame Wilmot G T Timberlake The fol lowing will servo na petit jurors M B Lytle J L D Coffey Adam Pet rey H G Lutes P S Hughes A P Sloan S M Helm Arthur Carter W A Hatcher P W Carter R II Crow J W Reynolds Sam Castello A R Spears W A Coffey J M Bastin W B Hill Richard Hester H C Baughman Geo Spoonamore J H Engleman W H Stigall J H Floyd and P E Parrish WALTONS OPERA HOUSE was fillet to overflowing Thursday night by friend of the Stanford Graded and Higl School The occasion was the commencement exercises of that magnlfi cent institution and everybody wanted to be present A splendid program was rendered which begun with a plant umber by Miss Nancy Yeager which was splendidly rendered Rev D M Walker evoked divine blessing on the ccaslon after which Miss Ethel Fet 1tro and Rev J L Yandell gave a vo eal duet which greatly pleased their hearers Dr H G Shparin professor of English in Transylvania University and president of Hamilton College ad- resscd the two graduates Misses Ber ta Jean Penny and Margaret Warren and for an hour pointed to them in choice language tho road that leads to tho making of Ideal women women who make the world bettor by having lived In It Dr Shearins address was much enjoyed Miss Lucy Lee Walton next avored the audience with a piano selection and Prof J W Ireland in a riot and well worded talk delivered tho diplomas Next came a piano number by Misses Mary Mooro Raney and broughtlforthschool boys sang and at its conclusion Rev J Murray Taylor dismissed the crowd with bone diction The opera houso was tastily ecorated and the occasion was a bril ntnt one 0 DONT forget the Irish orator Wednesday night at the Odd Fellows II all WE have just gotten in a new lot of white and black Chip hats Pattern hats are now going at reduction Misses VanDeveer It ANYOne desiring stenciling done In curtains waists etc will see me at Chas Wheeler Emporium Huatonvill each Friday Gable W Bradshaw liON M J FANNING the noted In- Temperance Lecturer will lecture at Odd Fellows Hall tomorrow Wednesday evening A treat may be expected THE Hustonvlllo boys were deCeated in two games with the Lancaster baU team at the latters grounds Friday aC ternoon The score stood 19 to 1 and 20 to 5 A DISPATCH from Glasgow says that even baseball players and dudes hav been pressed into service in tobaoco setting Our farmers will please tako notice They might also got some as istance from the dozens of loafers who tally hang around the streets MEAT STOLEThhThieves entered the mokchouso of Col Hall Andesron near McKinney Saturday night and 14 largo hams and four middlings were stolen Lairs bloodhounds were sent for and hey trailed to the home of a Negro tamed Adams but the house was locked and the occupants gone We hope he guilty partiesywill be caught and he severest penalty given the scoun IrelsREIDMrs Erma Morse Reid wife- of Mr June II Reid died at her home- In Hustonville at1 oclock Sunday morn- Ing after a protracted illness of a complication of troubles She is survived by her husband two little sons MurI rill and Samuel Reid her parents Mr and Mrs V B Morse and one sister Mrs J Roy B Rose For them all unbounded sympathy Is felt and ea lecially do the hearts of loving friends go out to tho husband and the motherless boys May He care for and watch over them and in His infinite wisdom fill the place of the devoted wife and ender mother Mrs Reid was a memo icr of the Christian church and was prepared for the end Her life hoc been such that death held no fears for her The burial occurred in the Hus onvlilo cemetery yesterday afternoon tier services at the Christian church by Rev W L Willis The occasior VB3 a distressingly sad one and there VMS scarcely a dry eye in the large concourse of friends at the grave Tile recital given at Waltons Opera louse Friday evening by the departments of Vocal and Instrumental Musi was greatly enjoyed A fair crowd was present and liberal applause wa given each of tho weltrendered numbers ollowlng is the program that was give dn PianoMagic Flute Mozart Kati lowland Frances Cooper Lucy Lee Walton Mary Elizabeth McKInney IcssloYontis Berta Jean Penny Rea- dIngUTbe Hero of the Day Adapted Harris Coleman PianoMarch of the tanners Hoist Vera rotten Edit laughman Ella Eichcnberger Jose hino Carpenter LIssaHoltzcIaw Read InlGrandma Keeler Gets Grandpa leeler Ready for Sunday School Mc Lean Clinton Coleman PianoValse ache Frances Cooper Claudia Eaton homas Coleman SoloThe Spirit of Spring Parker Mr yandell Pi noShenandoah Webb Nancy Catherine McKInney Annette Warren fellio Wilson Hill Jessie Lee Phillips Ladles QuartethA Song of Seasons C B Hawley Nancy Yeager Elizabeth Higgins Grace Brady Berta Jean Penny Reading Mistress Sherwoods Victory Ogden Morrison Bright PianoRondo Brillinntc von Weber Kato Newlond Solo uA May Morn ing L Denza Miss Fettro Piano pine Storm Kunkol Anna Davis Mc oberts Josephine Carpenter Virginia ahony Mary Moore Raney Chorus 000 When Tis Summer Weather ewer Misses Ellen Ballou and Ethel ettro have charge respectively of the atrumcntal and vocal departments and they are deserving of much praise on tho manner in which their pupils quitted themselves NOTICEI I It llauKli who wni convicted of the of fonlo of Sliiyliom In the Circuit Court of J1ncoln county ntSInroUtorm UIOP will alk ie torn pardon and restoration lzenhlpandartwoo object will notify tbe governor and state in writing any ol ecUon 10tll1IIII No 90521 Green and white stripe Hemline Silk Princess Suit size 3B worth 2250 now 615tNo 0050M Old Rose Mescaline Silk Princess Suit size 36 worth 1950 now 1375 No 10541 Black Silk Bcngaline Coat size 36 worth 22 now 15 I J No 13211 Green Stripe Novelty Suit coat skirt size 34 worth 22150 now 1450 No 74081 Grey Stripo Novelty Suit size 34 worth 825 now S 15 L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin Skirts Old Linen Was Suits We are offering exceptional values in both Skirts and Linen Wash Suits The very latest styles and all colors Ladies Linen Wash Suits from 500 to 8800 Regular W price 8750 to 812 e Everybody knows that the QUEEN is the best Skirt made Wo have them in Voiles Panamas Ac Prices from 8350 to 81450 Regular prices from 85 to 81850 Come to see us and we will convince you that we are giving the best that the market can afford in tho way of quality style Ac at the very lowest figures I HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions STANFORD ShoesI IT ISNT YOU ALONE We want the custom of your friends quite ns much as we want yours ami we propose to sell them by pleasing you When you come to us for yourtSUMMER SUIT we are going to give you so good a one for your money bo that much or littlethat youll be glad to tell your friends about us and about the clothes we sell After nil thats the best kind ol advertising there is We have just received another shipment ot nobby patterns and they Are the PILE OF STiLEmake W E Perkins Crab Orchard Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE in Lancaster Stanford Hustonville and Brodhead H B NORTHCUTT Stanford BROWN flANLEY RIDING- CULTIVATORS Brown Manley Pivot Axle Cultivator 4 Shovels and 2 Bull Tongues at 82750 Brown Manley Pivot Gang Cultivator 4 Shovels and 2 Bull Tongues at 82760 These cultivators have been in use hero for several years and 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 Iam overstocked Call and eco before l buying EaT PENCE STANFORD kra 1 TIE D h TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER J t EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE GOMPAHY NCORPOIUTCO e 4 The Interior Journal Mfilendin tin PottOffice at Stanford at wlcllw mattt L N TIME TABLE JJ No II Mouth llM PM Noa HoutlillrOB A M No 24 North l40 A M No M North 11 P K No 17 1047 A x No JSJ Or M JOS S RICE Agent Stock of Merchandise for Sale rdeilre to sell privately my itock of Gro ceries nnd Hardware Doing n good bust- seti Will Invoice about 3500 lleason 111 health OKO D HO PPEU Stanford Ky The Joseph Price Sanatorium North Lancaster Street Stanford Kentucky Tor Treatment of Diseases of the Eye Nose Throat Ear OenltoUrinary Ilectal Or tans Nervous System ass Surgery li Nttlce Poultry Ralstrsl Now Is the time of year to feed your fowls Oapeltheftlth7butPrice GO cents no cure no pay guaranteed by your druggist GeoL Penny try It under klorbookMtobndlswaof Eczema Is Curable Zit M 0 a scientific preparation foi externs use Stops itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema cuickly and is permanently cured by this remarkable awdkint Druggists Write for sam pie E W Rose Med Co St Louis Mo Pennys Drug Store When Ordering Clothes lave your measure token by a tailor ot experience Then your clothes whethera low price business suit or tho finest evening clothes will have that Individuality and fiL- which plainly indicate they were made to onrmeaure I will also take your moos are for extra trousers fancy vests top costs and overcoats Spring and Hummer samples on hand ready for your inspection z 110 RUILBYTheTailor Stanford Ky Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form- f 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 The farm of 143 acres of good blue grass land lying one mllo North of McKlnneyon the Htanford pike Improvements and good nnd fruitAlso timbered1X5 acres ot land one mile East of McKlnney half under fence plenty of water nnd good tobacco land Heo grow JIg crop A AgentIlcKlnne CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the best ns well as the freshest ot cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths tor for funeral purposes In connection with the above I have all kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prte1 01lItlRTIAN mnEN IIOUHEH Kn HuniiAitn ISOIl- Slllnford Ky SEASON OF 1909 Se will stand at my farm near Preach rrsvllle the well known alias Anderson lens gotten as ninny 11- 0iurenlivingcolt1Ylllnlanetnndtbosplenr did Peavlnestulllon lied bY liex Penvine at tlO to Insure a UIr colt Ho will te permitted to serrc Inlya limited number mares W P GKIMES A Lnvl BELL Preiiohers vllle 4 JLBeazleyCo Undei takers and Embalm KB Alto Dealers in Furniture MattingsRug They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Given Them a Call Price Righ- tiTNFOII2D JgKENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Poaler nIHarness Saddlery STANFORD KY WBf Fkone 187 HOMO Phono S t- A Ij r FARMERS DEPARTMENT PONY for sate This office No2 red wheat sold at 163 in Cin cinnati Friday FOR SALEGood bnggy mare U G Lutes Stanford Corn Is soiling as high as JG50 in some parts of Kentucky- W G Rankin sold to J C Johnson 15 hogs at Gic Advocate- J C Eubanks sold to Lawson Brown 15 200 pound hogs at GJc J H McAlIster Jr sold to B D Holtzclaw 50 lambs for June delivery- at Ge FOR SALEA good family horse perfectly gentle Miss Mollie Brooks Crab Orchard Kentucky grown millet seed 125 per bushel while they last Jas D Shelby Junction City Ky 2t B D Holtzclaw the lamb king bought of Will McCormack 65 lambs at Gc for Juno delivery Rcclcaned Kentucky grown German millet seed 125 per bushel Jas D Shelby Junction City Ky 2t Messrs A C and Harry Hill sold to B D Holtzclaw 190 lambs for Juno and July delivery at G and GJc Col R G Evans of Boyle has sold to Anderson Spillman the Danville millers 500 acres of 1910 wheat at 95c Wintergreen winner of tho Ken tucky Derby probably will be in re tirement the remainder of the Bummer L T Anders of Maysville sold to Edwin C Hawley a New York mil lionalre the sorrel gelding Inspiration for 1500 DONT WAITOrder your millet seed tiday 125 per bushel is less than market value Jas D Shelby Junc tion City Ky 2t J D Eads received 5500 pounds of wool at tirodhead Friday Ho paid 31 cmts He has shipped out about 30 000 pounds so far Cole Marrs sold to del Coleman of Mercer 297 slopfed cattle at 540 R H Lillard sold to tho same party 377 at 5 85 Anderson News Yesterdays Lancaster court was the dullest in years About 30 cattle were on the market and nobody seemed to want them The horse and mule trade was also dull Here and There The cats of Berlin are all registered and wear tags Alex Anderson a wealthy farmer of Clark county is dead Efilo Townsley aged 16 was thrown from a horse and killed near Augusta this State John Tuttle aged 16 was given two years by tho Laurel circuit court for stealing a mule Mrs Louis Specht 61 years old sui cided at New Orleans on account of financial reverses Dan Ray colored who killed his wife at Russellville was given the death penalty by a jury Three men while at work in the pow er house of the Louisville Lighting Co were badly burned about the face and hands by red hot cinders- J W Carter former superintendent of the Metropolitan Street Railway sys tem at Kansas City and previously a resident of Chicago committed suicide at Council Hill Okla by shooting Wont Slight A Good Friend IIIf ever I need a cough medicine again I know what to get declares Mrs A L Alley of Denis Mo for after using ten bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery and seeing Its excel lent results in my own family and others I am convinced it is the bestmedl clue made for Coughs Colds and lung trouble It Every ono who tries it feels just that wqy Relief is felt at once and Its quick cure surprises you For Bronchitis Asthma Hemorrhage Croup LaG rippe Sore Throat pain In chest or lungs it is supremo 50c and 81 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Pray dont forget The youthful joys Twill save you fret Boys will be boys Likewise recall Amid lifes whirls That nearly all Girls will be girls If you want to feel well look well and be well take Foleys Kidney Remedy It tones up the kidneys and bladder purlQos tho blood and re stores health and strength Pleasant to take and contains no barmfuldrugs why not commence today New Stanford Drug Co Mr Krusty angrily Well all tho fools are not dead yet Mrs KrustyIm glad of that I nee er did look well in black Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25c Box Sold by Pen nys Drug Store e a e Each man has troubles of his own The distributions just Be thankful that no ono has yet Devised a trouble trust I Preventlcs those Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely and quickly check all colds and the Grip Try them once and see 4825o old by Pennya Drug Store GEORGE HURL Draft Stallion LivlogAlso a good Mule Jack at tho same price and on same conditions- M S AUaU1 IAN Stanford Ky NEW MILLINERY IN STANFORD Will open May 15th on Depot street Wo invite all to and see our line of hats will handle all kinds for ladles anti chile dren Will make a specialty of hnnd made hats for the most fastidious ladles rave the money and time going to the city by looking am Grand Ds Uhnpcnux advanced and HurtRiving d the workIn Kentucky Ohio Pennsylvania West Virginia from wire In the ro I to oven the roses on the hat Uuar anteo atlifactlon or no charge We are here to stay and hope the ladles will give us a call and see our line of goods MRS also W QKNTIW A S PRICESurgeon Dentist sTANFORD KENTUCKY Mke over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owaley Building Dorsey Golddust 12052 Full brother to Katello No 519 SIred by ZlIcudl Goldduet4iW by bold dust Itoby Vermont Morgan and on to Justin Morgan branImpThe dam of Dorsey Ooldduit Is Florence ConiottorganNOTK This U an Intensely inbred Stallion limo blood now In demand A rIch dappled bay black points 18 hands high IZUUlbs stallion of great beauty with speed and endurance and unexcelled nsn of high class show road anti producebothand merit as n producer of tine road show and sale horses The present season will be made at my barn 2 miles from HtnnforUnt so to Insure a living colt Money duo whoa colt comesor mare parted with Mares kept on grass at loopier day Good care given but no respon sibility for accidents or escapes p REIn Cough Caution NenrIOIIUITnenrt oarluaas showcoughoven from ft TOO kl oothe andeuethe Irritated bro withitupelyingm a hasccmntlywarned not to Ukaeouch mixtures or pre i containing Opium Chloroform or similar rolsons And nowa little t0rforthbverrressoamoherliVery and others should Insist on Cough Dire No potion marks on Dr Bhoop Isbsls and none in the medicine else It must 01 law be on the Ishel And Its not only sale but Isis said to be br thoM that knowit beat a and- arkWecoush reo mad Take no chance then hayingIcDr Eliooy pawn with others mod note dllforcncs Nc poison marks there You eaa always be on the safe by demanding Dr Shoops Cough CurePENNYS DRUGSTORE u Almont Dare 3228 A H11 R Hired by Dignity Dare lift he by Chester nuro 10 lie by 11Iuco1 SlUlrrel S9 he hy King William l 7 1st dam Toxawny nan also reg lsteretlhnVul10AT 11 It Hhu by Ab dallab Miimbrlno 8715 1 he by Almont Mi 2nd dam Lady Davis by Grit Davis Hour bon Chief aril dam Mnttte H by foreign Light by orolgner by Imported Ulenco CunnlnghamsCoppor h1OSUStlidamiiy Jmporhlltuuurd OTK Almont Dare so tar ns wo lire able to discover I the first on record hay Ing to his credit the honor of defeating with his own progeny those of his great sire Dig ally Dare doing no with his first crop of every time they came together As an Individual this Is a very attractive horse Id hands high with tots of weight and llnlsh color iNiy action extremely high and lust Shows distinct saddle gnus nil very fast and A full brother to the great geldingNettletonthat soul at 4 years for ooxT1l1rnumber of shows than any innre ever tired by Dlanlty flare Were It not for two spllntt comin i on him he would easily have won the State s Haddlu Championship Tnls horse is n result of along and mating of the very best tho country afforded Ills NIcking In blood nlld Indhiunllty111IN troull Rt and his colts are him SeernpldlrlrOlnltills horse and paid Ho will make tho season of 1UOV at our stable 24 miles from Huslonvlllo on the Huston llIet Liberty pike at SIll to insure a living colt Mares traded or bred elsewhere ren tiers sensonduu at time ot such transaction Will also stand a mule Jack at I Grass furnished in abundance at t2 per month Our personal attention to nil stuck but will not IHJ responsible for accidents K Hi POWKLL HON Hustonvllle Ky THE WARFIELD Trial 2l trotting Dark bey stallion la halldC foaled August IDUI lit dam Naugh b Itex Amorlcus Y3JA 4 year old record 2hljsire of Ilattleton 4yearold record SW American Ilclle 3yrold t12H unit lothIJrllln 100 list a son ot Onward 1111 record 2 J5M sire of Onward Silver tOO and 170 others In tho zai list Outward wits sired by CJeorgo Wilkes BIS- Snd dnm Duerma lred by Mambrlno King 1KB slroof7aincludtnifadyof the Manor 20l 4 Idiw ilv 4 six others In 210 and dam Dotlet by Nutwood 800 tho sire of 171 in the lItlift lIam Toplu by Htrathmore 41 sire of DO In thu list Slim dam Mlllnrd Albion Olh dam Ned byManbrlnoThe Wurflold Is a representative stallion In nil the word implies To soy that he pins slue substance unit speed only In port om phanlzo tho iiualltle combined In this son of Dare Devil lie has them and they are of such synunotricalcharacter as tocllllko him u stallion nmonfi many ills head stand neck lady feet and legs arts perfect and when seen connection with his fRnllle48 IIIIIt and great beauty are especially ImprosMvo brelllllgYouone The wnrlleld is the only stallion that hai7 dams In the great brood mare list Ho IraS two Mambrlno King crosses two Mam brlno Patchuti two Mumbrlno Obletlone Ohllllell Onward George tloneer 1 Nutwood 1 Htrathmore moro trottlnu crosses than any stallion nltvv Tho Warfleld is by mare Devil 2IK23 record hylIfambrlnobyElectioneerDare Devil u great winner lie won tho championship nl the National Horso c tint National Horse HhowI lice clans 12 i championship Notional Hhow I8V9 c IIorseHhow 1SB8 class 10 championship National horse- Show 1600 c RI Horse Show 18W class S first National Horse Show luuo class 10 first Boston Horse Hhow 1UU2 class 3 reserve Boston Horse Show 1902 class 1 second Boston hone Show 1908 class 8 sec ruereBostonton Horse Show 1908 class 7 He sired The 2OSM Beau 1I0lul1lIWill make tho present season at ray 1 mile front at 115 to Insure n Living Colt S M OWENB McKlnney Ky i King Eagle Jrr- aniaaxLHired by H T Harris King byItoyah1Cim1Stonewall Jackmonn Royal lit Mollie Mounts lM1 was by the holed sire Uabbulli Lexington KH KinK Eagles 1st toll ho omKlnirKngleTaMnUilnm lied Lion Sal tloll9boroughbredKing tofiayyCrockettNorkKing dark wltb ono white fool nice mnne and bar stands full 15135 hands high weight IUSO Ibs and well proportioned every way A combined itulllun with of speed style and action and his colts show that he In n splendid breeder Ha will mako the season of wont III barn ono mllo Weit ot Wuynosbnrg on Klililng Orvok at 110 to In sure u living colt Mares traded parted with or bred elsewhere without my content forfeits the in inranco and the money becomeaduontsuch trnninctlou Onro 1 b taken to prevent accidents but notresponsible should anyoo cur Phone In residence Waynotburg Far mere Exchange 1nREVERSA 47162 IS1 hands foaled In lHOrt bred by O A O I Cecil Danville Ky Trotted a mile In 140 with three weeks handling Hired by 11115In21 inthe JIII lilt brand sirs ofal9trotters and pacers with records of 130 or totter One of his great grand sons Is credited with U performers nnd his descendants In XH list all told are now about fIjO In number Istdam lInk Startle by Mambrina Startle 4s1sine ori8amldntnsofKMncludtng Oul neho C Foxy third 207 Ohesley 119 and others 2nd dam Martha by Iylo Wilke 4KM sire of I nnd dams of llestlo mach JWVS John T2 a j Oltng rIlt and n 3rd uum Kllsn Imp Iluckden- llovert wllllllake the present season nt tho stable of James MoKochnle near hubble ut f10 to Insure a Lute col- tLEADER At the saute time anti I will stand the 16 hand blllcklack formerly owned by M 11 a fine and his colts speak louder than words ot his qualities at a breeder This will bo his third season 110 for inane mule mull JK EJtubble Ky Lincoln Squirrel oldblackpointslehnndshigh good bone splendid tack and line nook 01 set In high mounted shoulders a combined bred horse but 1 use him only In harness and a more perfect harness hone 1 hove never seen eau step very fast with extreme high action nil around and 1 think huh to bra ono of the best stnlllnns In tho State to breed to to Ret good highclass wnik trot and business horses that will bring you fancy prices He lias some yearling and two yonr old colts that I Invite breeders to see brhulOIl1M IIP by IllIck Knclo71 he by Wil liam BT Marlon Hqulrrersnrstdntnbyflreen eU Mountain 2nddanibylluIhsesEdwinFor Mtswngur by luupnger full brotherto Maude lieseengrr record Yd6 2nd dam Marin IH pnuv by Miimbrlno Htnr ligbtn fall brother tu lady Thorn 1land litiu Jlollle Crow by Holm Yorkshire Hlnck Squirrel grand sire Is the slro ol more noted high clas saddle horses than any other horse In the world such as nigh loud Denmark Cheiter Ire lint Squirrel anti ninny others Wlllmnkethescntnn of barn In Stanford at tltJfUoInsurersliving colt Ionlfdue when colt Is hurled or mare Il8rt Red Light ted sorrel horse 4 years old IS hands high extra weight and bone Hind by fatuous roudster and slrt Red lent who Is loo well known to all horsemen adlgreehehrOFJlltht ht 011111 Maid by Oeclllan 2lv son of the great lamlwttn Wllkest Sod dam Nell by old lialiorn 3rd dam Noonday by Ht Klmo Ill dam Midnight Jr tth dam Twilight by Lexington Otis dam Dnrsntssby its ner In the services of this promising stallion we fool safe In saying thatyoung size style form speed and action that be Is bound lo provo n great tock horse Will stand at my livery Imrn In Stanford at IIS to Insure ii living colt coon ey due when colt Is foaled or more ported with He sure to seo him before bleeding your good mares I O HKAZIKY Stanford Ky Chester Peavine alt DEHCiumoN AsntlKKKniMO Kourycnrs old IU huuds u bright buy with best of ono conformation and nctlon Hired i Ilex 11111 lie by hex Mclonnld Iett First ilnm Miss Madison 41N1 h Chester nitro 10 Second dam by Pcnvlne W Third datum by Stonewall Jackson 72 KoTK Thls horse neids no Introduction to the people of this county He has been before the public since u two nld nnd his show record Is known to allear It to soyn nil over Kentucky lust season by T Handldge nnd met defeat only a few times llewuntaround nohorse showed every week against all ages liiswevp stake saddle and was never further lock than second He Ill show horse un der saddle In harness ho has won tulle III number of roadster rings Ho defeated ages at NlcholnllIle in big roadster ring You see from his breeding h- os has two cross of Hlnck Hqulrrel two of of StonewallJackson If you lire looking for fashionable saddle horso blood hero It Is Bee him nnd see him do and you will breed to him Will servo n limited number of mores nt plo to Insure n living colt ALL PEAVINE Hubjcct to Ilealstor This horso Is three years old it red sorrol t ont and ns good gulled ono ns handshighand woe only defeated twice twn year old stallloni once under saddle ami once In harness Defeated both times by his halt brothers Ho you see he hasnt a bud record ns n show horse JIll Is nil his nnmu Implies lielngslred by Ilex Pu wine 1JW 1st dnm by lenvIno 8Jnd dam by Mnrrrn Harris Don nuirkanl damn by John Motcly If you nre looking for Iell lie blood here It Is Will bo permitted to servo limned number of mares at 120 to insure n living colt At lalllU time and ilncowill stand two good mute Jacks nt fi to Insure n living colt These jacks need no advertising as they have made several seasons nt this barn and every one knows their colts Service foe due on nil the above advertised tock when maro Is sold traded or bred to other stock Due in all cases when colt Is fo- aledDALMAS Bred by Col Hall Anderson MoKlnneyKy This stallion It n dark bay 4 years old Id hands 1 Inch high with bent of boiio action n vury beivy mnnti and tall llcud hlspcdl and you will see ho Is ns well bred one ns youcanfind in county Dtvlmns was sired by Ueclllun Chief 1st dam by Ultlmus2ud dum by Ullli Vermont Sad dlllll hl Ikly nick 4th dnlll by Unl- u8toll llIl lit tho services of this needtoIJOIIIIsllIl and action no got horso- hlg enough to work sell anti RIo to mnko brood mares See him before you breed and will breed to him Hu is well enough bred to get trotters- TRItMtlWlllstand him at low riceof10 to Insure living colt Service fee due when colt Is foaled mare traded sold or bred too hor Itock At same time and the two good mule Jim Porter and Ilrlgnolla You oil know bow these K TKRM8H to Insure A living colt Money due as with above advertised stock II H bOUDDER MoKlnney Ky a Cecilian Park r DANVILLE KENTUCKY Stallions for Service 1009IGAMBETTA WILKES 219 TIle only stallion living or dead that ever records of 230 and hotter r Founder of the greatest family of show unit race horses in tho world Ills colts won morn premiums at the Worlds Columbian Exposition than that of nay other sire Isis ilecendants did the earao at the Worlds Fair held at St Loui His descendants are noted for their gameness and good disposition whether on tho roadon tho 1 track or in tho show ring 4 If DR MUNSON 4 years old Race record 208Jj the champion 4 year old pacing stallion of 1107 Will stand at e20 to insure a living 6i GENERAL BRIGHTHEART Race record 2101 Trial in a race 213 trotting Will stand at o 820 to injure a living colt GEN ADELLE Y 4 years old Haco record 210j trial in a Taco 207 J Will siand at 815 to insure a living colt Dr Muuson 208 Con Brigbthcart 211h Gen Adello 210 are all sons ot Garabetta Wilkes 210 Mares will bo kept at 81 per week at owners risk Mares sold or parted with forfeit insurance anti season becomes due For stallion cards and other information address G O C P CECIL Danville Ky MY LINE O- FTROUSERS Is Now Complete For Tho SPRING dud SUMMER Better than ever handled before for the Price Also the most ujvtotlnto ofMens and ladies Oxfords In nny stylo you wish Can and let us show you what wo have SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY 4 rTYou Will Make No Mistake in Buying The Brown Riding andWalk ing CultivatorsC- ome in and look at them Screen l Doors Screen Windows Screen Cloth Etc in All SizesrShall be Glad to See You ts weH HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky MILLINERY The Charles Wheeler Emporiuml Hustonville Kyt I Invites you to the largest MILLINERY SE LECTION we have ever shown Styles up to the 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 Line of Shoes for Ladies Misses anti Children and tour line of Gents Shoes will certainly please Hanan and Walkover lines are hummers and are strictly reliable Yours for an honesvdealCHARLBS i1RRLER- e tCne