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I t r THE INTERIOP JOURNAL i 0t I fXXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 28 1909 MO 26 j IHIGHLANDRich Young has a big contract for making tobacco sticks Farmers are making use of the wet weather by setting out tobacco plants A large acreage will be raised Mines Grace Young and Annie Butt haVe returned from school at Stanford Quite a number of our people will at tend the dedication of the new Metho Sundayidaughter r were guests of Mrs E J Mills Sunday John G Baugh has returned from Ok lahoma where he went prospecting Ho will likely return with his family this Fall James Reed la working at Cook Humphreys mill near Humph rey J W Cook and 11 F Horton were at home Sunday C M Jones of Maywood spent Sun day with the family of C M Young J H Acton and family of Waynes burg visited his brother W G Acton Rev George F Thompson of Eubanks was here with his daughter Miss Ina who was en route to Stanford to take the teachers examination Put War field of Casey lo here with his brothers C D and L S Warfield Mrs I W J Moran of Turnersvllle is spend Ing the week with her parents Mr and Mrs John Young As Usuali spadevome At last he got the garden mado And saw the green things grow Ho worked the rows and beds eachday I Each little plant ho knew x And as ho smiled and sweat away Oh joy how fast they grew 1Nnflcuxli came down to wash them out No frosts to kill or blight No neighbors chickens scratched about 1I No kine strayed in at night Each seed ho planted did its beat And not n one did rot No other garden east or west begotIBut still this mun not enjoy These vegtablea so now For every night a neighbors boy Stole what the garden grew A tickling or dry cough can bo quickly loosened with Dr Snoops Cough Remedy No opium no chins roform nothing unsafe or harsbt Sold by Pennys Drug Store CHOICE GOODS MnyeI9tthinckwithwhlteprolntaISr Tom he by Ilclknup l t wfi notkethearsnnotIN Jumbo lit nir tart 1 J inlln tram Ilustonvllln on the lllnckplkenl t3 for lnn ti and 110 for mart to Insure 1 will nlo standerernl other Jhcks nt 310 for mam AUowvornl itnllloni nl 110 to limiro n living colt Urn furntihnd nl 1 It onlorteltaI money dueJ K ItAtKIIIMAN lluitonvllle Ky IA RED LEAFIs stow itnlllon of Kentucky TVmplelllllHtockHnrm Hiriof cunm waltIrti alai York ChiIll oandthegrey 11I1Itr gehl Init thnt won Iho iuldl and harness clutw nl IholLnlucky Btnlo Fair luw nmt morn high prlcrd cinu KIICkItenon thnn ally million In ISO to inmrencolt and a Rood ono or llfjoeush nt tlne ollflcn oonAunItarrwliuurtf Ky BlacK JoeW- illmake the fiionof lOJ at our 1lbloJ IH mile Northwett of Htnnford ky to Iniure i 1rton911 Kentuckysgteatotsnddlalal dsmtucllabyylengerfleuutnrkI2idatnllettla II ninbletanun ho U ft very t black with one white foots itiindilS bands weight J den Inlmnteasottinestylonnd- action and vsry howy lice hlut boforo you look your mare hcnon duo U mare U traded or ported with All euro will lw taken to nvold acel tlunti but not responsible nnvnecur- J islHtanfnrd F- ySAMPSONi l wlllmao the ipinicnion at my fnrm where s I live 1 mile tloulh ot Htemfonl Oil IhoI tlomtnln plku 11111010 IUro n living colas won ntOro m Inbeenhogs and look like winners wore thown nt nil local fnirloth years 11111I nl Lexington and Kentucky Btnlo 11119 Ill IMM colt wni Ul wlnneri at Kentucky lilnlo Yonlr and nl sucers local fair Homo of lilf 1W7 IWW and 1119 eoitn nro on my farm to Uow forf themsolveJHHAUOHMAN Phono 401 Htnnford KyI Beau Naboth 45t006 By Naboth 10116i neau Nnbothn dam Nora Ilaughmnn by NoryalBiW by Klectlomer 11a1nd dam In Metropolitan 1811 by llnmblatonJIbyant lain by Mnmbrlno HturllKnt H9W by Darlbuy 4111 dam Mary Withers by Oliver thorough briil Gilt dnm by Wanner Oth Uain by Trnnby 7th dam by Thornton Rattler- llenu Naboth Is a handsome bay standln 83 hand ot Kreat Ilyle and lcllon nnd Litt proved lili ability lo Import hi quell tIlWllllwnd at the burn of Felix White Itf South of near Bomeriet plkulivingatllla to lnuro n Mares from a distance Brazedateaweek- with due when mnrel bestpersonal or bred eUewhere The care token though no roipoutlblllty for ao owent or epolWb1I gnatorwillbeused J tic PKlTUS8IantordKy CHURCH MATTERS The Salvation Army will endeavor to convert China The now 20000 Christian church at London will be dedicated Sunday Rev J B McKcchan State evangel Ist commenced a series of meetings at the Baptist church London Tues day The Cumberland Presbyterian Gener al Assembly at Bentonvillo Ark adopted strong resolutions in favor of prohibitionRev Henry has resigned tho pastorate of the Kentuckyavenue Presbyterian church at Iaducah on account of illhealth The Cumberland Presbyterian Gen eral Assembly completed its work at Uentonvllle ArkBnd adjourned to meet next year at DIckson Tenn The 24th annual Southern Harmony Singing was held Sunday at Benton Marshall county and It is estimated that 8000 people from all surrounding counties were present The singing was conducted by J R Lemon editor of the Mayfield Messenger A Partnership Said the baseball bug To the lazy germ Were getting close To the heated term When the skies will shine Like a sheet of name And tho crowds will gather To watch tho game Ill chase tho players From base to base While you tempt men To a shady place Where they can gaze Till their souls enthuse And veil at tho umpire Allthey choose Well show tho world On a summer hour How tho smallest may oft Exert most power Tho statesmen great And the financier Will yield to the spell As we draw near I In affairs we will be A leading firm b Said the baseball bugrTo tho lazy germ Editor John Henry Thomas of the Casey County News to show his dove lion for his wife gives this good advice to tho husbands of Casey county At tho early morn thou shalt aspire to get up first and light the fire Not any morning shalt thou miss bestowing on thy wife a kiss If in the night tho baby erica thou shalt the infant tran qullizc Thou shall take caro thy wlfo can find her pocket book with bills well lined Thou shalt not criticise her cakes her cooking nor the bread she makes Thou shalt not rail at Easter- tide to keep her with new hats supplied A sacred duty thou shalt deem to treat her daily with Ice cream Thou shalt not speak Ip tpmper rash if she desires some extra cash Thou shalt not come homo full at night with lame excuses for thy plight This Is the 10thc thou shalt not chide but by her laws thou shalt abide If to theso 10 she adds 10000 more abide Lived 152 Years Win Parr Englands oldest man married the tiled limo at 120 worked In the Holds till 132 and lived 20 years longer People should bo youthful at 80 James Wright of Spurlocic Ky shows how to remain young I feel just like a 10yearold boy II ho writes after taking six bottles of Electric Bitters For 30 years Kidney trouble made lire n burden but the first bottle of this wonderful medicine convinced mo I had found the greatest cure onI earth Theyre a godsend to sickly run down or old people Try them 60o at Pennys Drug Store And Finley conesteat with Powers In a Taco for the Republican nomination for Congress in the Eleventh Tal low Dick is dead and Jim Howard is being taken cats of by the reform administration In Louisville and will perhaps not enter for that reason WeI sea no reason however why Taylor should not como home and run and add to tho loveliness of the situation The fact that he might return to Butler county would not bar him a Congressional candidate does not necessarily have to live in tho district ho seeks to represent If Individual devices are to tho primary we suggest that Finley adopt a photograph of himself in full flight and that Powers photograph of tho Secretary of StatesI officewith the blinds downFrankfort Journal Smashes All ReoordstAs an allround laxative tonlo and healthbuilder no other pills can com Wllh Dr Kings New Life Pills They tone and regulate stomach liver and kidneys purify the blood streng then tho nerves cure Constipation Dyspepsia Biliousness Jaundice Headache Chills and Malaria Try them S5ci at Pennys Drug Stores NEWS NOTES Monroe county Ind went dry by a small majority A woman was fined 980 for selling whisky at Jackson Daniel Webster an aged citizen of Owen county is dead Commissioner of Labor Neill is in Atlanta making an effort to settle the railway firemens strike Four miners were killed by falling rock in the Coahuila mine near Porto Rico a mining camp east of Joplin Mo Dick Johnson race horse man and well known In sporting circles shot and almost Instantly killed himself at Now portTho battleship Mississippi made a recordbreaking run from Natchez to New Orleans traveling the 297 miles in 14 hours In closing its convention at Boston tho Order of Railway Conductors chose Jacksonville Fla as the place for the next biennial meeting Mrs Anna Cleveland Hastings widow of Rev E P Hastings and a sister of forner President Grover Cleveland is dead at Hartford Conn John Carter an old soldier and three children of his daughter Mrs Lola Shaw were burned to death in a fire which destroyed the Shaw home at Eldon la The gasoline boat Dorris with 10 passengers on board capsized In the middle of the Yazoo Canal near Vicksburg Miss and seven person are be loved to have been drowned Lovett Davis a Negro charged with attempting to commit a criminal as sanlt on a 16yearold white girl at Pine Huff Ark was taken from the jail at midnight by an unmasked mob of 300 men and hanged to a telepraph polo President Lewis of the United Mine Workers has declined to approve tho strike called In the Kanawha coal field by officials of tho West Virginia miners organization About 6000 men are said to have obeyed the strike order Senator James B McCreary chairman of the Gocbcl Monument Commis ion says tho monument of Governor Goebel In tho State Cemetery will note unveiled In June Tho postpone Is indefinite and made because of the illness of Arthur Goebel who is In ArizonaFive children taking part In a drill at the commencement exercises at Cave City were so badly burned that it is not believed they can live The accident was caused by one of the little girls dropping an electric candle in her hand which Ignited the light whlto dress she was wearing and in turn set fire to tho clothing of tho other children near Tho Supreme Court of the United States decided the case of the Adams Express Company vs the Common wealth of Kentucky Involving the right of tho company to ship liquor Into a local option county contrary to the law of the State In favor of tho company Tho case involved the shipment of whis ky from Indiana and Tennessee to Bon nleville for which the company was fined 50 for each offense by the circuit court of Hart county Sheriff Shipp Deputy Sheriff Gibson and four other residents of Hamilton county Tenn were declared to be guilty of contempt of the Supremo Court of tho United States In combin- Ing a conspiracy In 1905 to lynch a Negro named Johnson sentenced to death for criminal assault Johnson was lynched after he had been granted an appeal by the Supreme Court Sen tenco will bo passed upon the six men next Tuesday week The opinion of tho court was handed down by Chief Justice Fuller Justice Peckham prepared n dissenting opinion which was concurred in by two other members of the court Rev I W Williamsons Letter Rev I W Williamson Huntington W Va writes This Is to certify that I used Foleys Kidney Rem edy for nervous exhaustion and kidney trouble and urn free to say that it will do all that you claim for It Foleys Kidney Remedy has restored health and strength to thousands of weak run down people Contains no harm ful drugs and Is pleasant to take New Stanford Drug Co Tho prediction that Immigration will send the population of the United States up to 200000000 in the next 50 years brought out a heated debate in tho Northern Assembly of the Presbyterian church at Denver wherein Con gressman Bennett of Now York a commissioner to the assembly Dr W L McEwan of Pittsburg Dr Charles Thomson D D of New York secre of the board of home missions and others participated The cleverest imitation of real Cof ten ever yet made U Dr Shoops Health Coffee It Is fine In flavor ltediousfrom pure parched grains malt nuts eta Sample free Pennys Drug Store IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Fannie Beard of the Casey Creek Section of Casey is dead aged 80 Geo Tucker a veteran Union soldier died at his home at Merrlmac of pneu monia at the age of 69 John McChord son of Hon W C McChord of Springfield is to be vale dictorian of tho Senior Class of Centre College Ed Young a young man working on the section at Hazel Patch Laurel county was found dead in two feet ot water in Hazel Patch creek Suit has been filed at Frankfort to force the Bell Jellico Coal Company with mines in Bell and Knox counties in the hands of a receiver Senator W 0 Bradley will deliver a speech at tho Laurel County Fair on Wednesday Aug 25 His subject will be The Mountains of Kentucky tt Mrs Clarence Owens who was a daughter of Dr Harvey Glass of Som erset died at her home in Oklahoma Tho remains were interred at Danville James Piercy was shot three times and severely wounded by John Burchett It Is alleged near SeventySix Clinton county Burchett escaped after the shootingJ Schlegel a widelyknown photographer and one of the most prom- Inent known citizens of Richmond is deadof paralysis He once ran a pho tograph gallery in Stanford- G S Dudley a wellknown merchant and business man of Burnside was instantly killed in an overturning caboose of one of the Stearns Coal Companys trains Five other persons were hurt Miss Viva Thompson daughter of James Thompson formerly of this place but now of Drakesboro grade ated from the business department of Liberty College Glasgow this week London Sentinel As the result of a friendly scuttle over the possession of a knife by Alex Rose and Wade Hurd young farmers of Madison county Rose was brought to Richmond In a critical condition hav- Ing received severe slashes across the back of the neck Both parties claim to have been playing Central University debating team I won over Georgetown College in the annual intercollegiate debate by a vote of three to two Both teams put up weighty arguments in n masterful manner The question debated was Re solved That the Fifteenth Amendment of the United States Constitution Should Be Repealed Central defended the negative issue Whats Going to be Done About It JOURNALThoI that tho governor can not pardon a fu gitive from justice reminds me of the fellow who was arrested and lodged In jail for a misdemeanor He sent for a lawyer and to him he unfolded his tale of woe They cant put you in jail for that offense tI the legal luminary said But Im already in jail tttho fellow mournfully replied Mr Bob bitts argument is a good one but the governor has already pardoned the fu gitives and nobody is going to do anything about it even if ho ought to be imprisoned Let Mr Bobbitt bring tho question before the next Legislature and have it tested A CONSTANT READER Kills To StopThe Fiend Tho worst too for 12 years of John Dee of Gladwln Mich was n run ning ulcer Ho paid doctors over 10000 without benefit Then Buck Ions Arnica Salvo killed Hie ulcer and cured him Cures FeverSores Bolls Felons Eczoma Salt Rhouin Infal lible for Piles Rurns Scalds Cuts Corns 25c at Pennys Drug Store Amiable Onlooker to angry motorist trying to crank an obstinate engine on a cold day Trying to start the car sir Angry MotoristNo Cant you see Im just boring a hole In a gallon of waterBuffalo Motorist Dont drug tho Stomach or stimulate tho Hoart or Kidneys That Is wroiig It is the weak nerves that are crying out for help Vitalize these weak insIde controlling nerves with Dr Snoops Restorative and see how quickly good health will come to you again Test It and seel Sold by Pen nys Drug Store o First Tramp What wouldyou do if you found 100000 in your pocket Second TrampIt aint so much a question as to what Id do with it but rather whod bo the first one to como along and discover the wealthy corpse Bankers of the Seventh congression al district will meet at Frankfurt to day to discuss matters of InterestJ The 15000 county refunding Catlettebulgbankat The Drennon Springs Hotel stroyed by tire causing a 7600 10811 OXFORDS r t++ ++++ ++++t +++a+H Green White Tan Ox- Blood r and Black IN ALL THE STYLES FOR 1909 for Men women and Children Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 a Surplus 3800000 Resources 34000000 SH SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER J WROCHESTERTELLER- H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Oivsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T C Rankin TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek UsewArnolds Buggiesrr There is nothing better We paint Old Vehicles and make them look like new Get our prices We solicit your trade- R M ARNOLD DANVILLE KY Jfiirst atonal tang Stanford JfcyO- rjanixocf JS32 Capital Jlook Iso000 Surptut and tndividtd iProfilt 19 000 jffas paid In Wividoniis sinoa Organization 211 500 I rlllIOFFICERS S Hockey President- S T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr WW Saunders Bookkeeper U1 DIRECTORS j F Reid J H Baughaunl M D Elmore J M Pettus H C Baughman JF Cummlaj S T Harris no C Robjasea W B QBannoa J SHocker C E Tate The Interior Journal Eo C WALTON PROHIBITION got another black oyo this week when the supreme court or the United States decided In the case of the Commonwealth of Kentucky vs the Adams Express Company that the latter can not be fined for shipping liquors to this State from another because it is interstate commerce and not subject to State interference The cast involved the shipment of liquor from Tennessee to Bonnleville in Hart coup ty Ky in which the Express Company was fined 50 in each of several case of a similar nature A law which permits the will of a local majority to bo set at naught in this manner ought to be repealed Prohibitory laws can make but slow progress so long as it remain on the statute books ESTIMATES show that the deficit In the State treasury will reach 150000 by the end of the fiscal year June 80 Considering that there were 140000 to the good when the republicans took charge this is going some It is but justice to say however that the last general assembly made many large appropriations without providing for their payment It is also but justice to say that Gov Willson has spent 1611489 for soldiers to suppress the night rid ers much of which was a useless expense TOE unveiling of the statuo of Gov G oebel has again been postponed owing to the illness of Arthur Goebel who is in the West fighting an unequal battle with the dread tuberculosis The morn ument has not been veiled for some time It stands near the entrance to Frankforts city of the dead and is the object of great interest to all visitors at the capital who loved the martyred statesman in life and revere his mem ory in death WE are not a very ardent admirer of Congressman Langley of the 10th Kentucky district but he is right in some things His bill to prohibit the National government from IssUlug liquor II censes in dry States or sections ought to be enacted into law Maine has been dry for two generations by State law but tho government in a measure nullifies its operations by issuing 358 II quor licenses in the State It is a burn- Ing shame THE report that Gen Johnston has resigned as adjutant general ought to be true if it isnt It is humiliating to see this old Confederate soldier and for mer head of the democratic party In Kentucky playing second fiddle for an incompetent republican administration The general ought to have retIred long ago and begun doing penance the balance of his life for his sins to the party which formerly so signally honored him TilE governor of Alabama will call an extra session of the Legislature to strengthen the prohibition laws by the abolition of all socalled locker rooms and other subterfuges to evade the law If all tried half as hard to enforce the prohibitory laws as certain people do to break them there would be no more mouthings of the thread bare assertion that prohibition docs not brohibit THE Richmond Dispatch says that there are certain United States Sena tors who whether they are aware of it or not arc headed for private life or wo may add for the republican party The reference is evidently to Senator Daniel who has declared his support of the principles of protection Since Dan leIs quarrel with Bryan we have never had our former admiration for him FRANKLIN county is to remodel id N courthouse The best way to remodel thatshack is to burn it down and build a new one It Is the worst ever not even excepting the thing Mercer county calls a courthouse Let the fiscal courts of each county come to Lincoln in a few months andlet us show them a court house that is a courthouse THE Frankfort News is as badly mis taken when it says that Mr W P Walton of Lexington is writing the editorials of this paper as it is when it thinks it is giving the people of Frank fort and Franklin county a newspaper expeasewrite our heavyweights SENATOR CULBERSON of Texas delivered a great speech in defense of the democratic policy of a tariff for revenue while his colleague Senator Bal ley was voting a tariff on iron ore The junior Texas Senator seems to be prone to go wrong since his mix up with Standard Oil TUB president very sensibly told the more daylight a day enthusiasts that be would not monkey with the time and that they would have to go to Congress with their proposition As that body is given to humbuggery it may help them to humbug in the matter of time THE Pennsylvania Is the largest railroad system in the country having a mileage of 1097575 This is the road on which no passenger was killed last year and only 102 injured I CHICAGOS income from saloons is 7 000000 a year The saloon license ta 1000 a year POLITICAL Crawford Owen and Madison coun ties Ind went m hot election IneportsTaylor wants the republican for State Senator from this district A bank guaranty bill differing but little from the Oklahoma law was passed by the Florida House of Repre sentativesSenator Beveridge has introduced an amendment to the tariff bill to prohibit tobacco manufacturers or dealers from using the coupon system to stimulate sales I Saturday of this week it is believed will see the finish of the investigation of the Muskogee town lot frauds now going on before a Federal grand jury at Tulsa The post of minister to China was tendered to John Hays Hammond by President Taft during a conference at the White House and was definitely deI clined by Mr Hammond Free lumber was handed a knockout in the Senate Mr McCumbers amend ment to the tariff bill placing lumber as a commodity on the free list beingI defeated by a vote of 23 to 56 R D Hunter was Representative by the democrats of Clark Dr H C Nunnelley who mar tied Miss Florence Tanner of McKin I ney was nominated for coroner The tone of the Democratic press of the State sounds like a big Democratic majority in the coming General Assembly The spirit of harmony prevails and the State will swing back to her oldtime moorings this fallFrankfort JournalAdjt Gen P P Johnston has with drawn his resignation as bead of the State militia at the request of Gov Willson After a short vacation on his Florda plantation he will return to Frankfort and again take up the duties I ofofficeCongressman William Lorimer of the Sixth Congressional district of Illi nois was elected United States Senator at Springfield by the joint session of the General Assembly and the long contest over the Senator hip was clos ed The election came about through a coalition of democratic assemblymen and antiHopkins republicans Sugar had its inning in the Senate formal consideration of that schedule had begun after the lumber schedule had been laid aside temporarily Sena tors Foster and McEnery of Louisiana both democrats bore out the theory that the tariff is a local issue by advo eating in extended speeches a high duty on sugar of all grades Senator Shively of Indiana in his maiden speech made a general attack on the the pending tariff bill- MATRIMONIAL Thomas Plummer a widower of 29 and Miss Ada Hunt 18 were married at James Hunts Wednesday Jasper Gray aged 71 years and Mrs Jane Carter a few years his junior were married by Judge W H Phillips atNicholasvilleCol H Young of Louisville is strongly boosted for the Democratic nomination for Governor in an deitorial in tho Jessamine News News comes from Hustonville that a mighty handsome West End girl will be married today to a prominent young Ltouisvillian Despondent over a postponement of her wedding day Miss Maggie Bowles aged 18 years committed suicide at Hadisonvillo by shooting herself thro the heart The INTERIOR JOURNAL has the honor this issue of announcing the engagement of Miss Lillie Tevis Carpenter- tho charming daughter of Dr and Mrs J G Carpenter of this place and Rev Homer Wilson Carpenter of Cleveland O The wedding will occur at the Christian church in Stanford at 830 on the evening of June 30th Miss Carpenter- Is one of Lincoln countys prettiest and most popular young women and her prospective husband is a prominent minister of the Christian church Miss Tevis is prominent in social and church circles and she will be missed by a large number of friends who will give her up with sincere regret A Card This Is to certify that all druggists- are authorized to refund your money If Foleys Honey and Tar falls to cure your cough or cold It stops the cough heals the lungs and prevents pneu monIa and consumption Contains no plates The genuine is In a yellow package New Stanford Drug po Congressmen are not in sympathy with the Secretary of the Navys plan to economize by curtailing tho number of cruisers and smaller vessels in his building program and say that it would be bettor to build but one now first class battleship and several smaller fighting vessels Pains of women head pains or any pam stopped In 20 minutes sure with- Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25c Cox Sold by Pen aye Drug Store 0 t lr u GROUP topped in 99 minutes sure Dr iCroup Remedy One tort rarely prate No Yomltinff no dlItrees A sate and pltailnetjrnp SOc DrIIilflatl FOR SALE 1 wer boiler and engine and awI mill for pale Will tell either or both Oil xa Exssux Ottonhetm Ky Poitofflce Wnyneiburg Ky lB D CARTERN- ew Livery Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY PEYTON- I will stand my line mule Jack IVytor at my farm nt lore land Ky at Stolniur a living colt Also will stand a standard bred registered Wllkef itolllon and three one young will be permitted to serve n few mares free to my regular customers where they breed three mores or moreD n KINO The Truth Every person in this city who is sui feting from Eczema Pimples Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can findrelief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid for external use All druggists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STO- RECONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of con cretlng such as Work Pavements and In tact we can make any thing from n house down to a fence pot We can serve you promptly and guarantee flr tclni work and Call and get our prices before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky PENCE JR Pence Jr will make the season of Uou at the barn of the late John Z Hpoonamore H mile Iron Rowland at 10 to Insure n living colt It mare It traded or parted with the season money becomes due stallion 8 years old full H hands high rood style andactlonby Pence he ly JUenll he IT Belmont he by Alexander s Abdullah fences 1st dam y Almont Forrest Ind dam by larrord Chief lIrd dam Grey Eagle 4th dam by Conperbottom Pence Jrs 1st dam by Ed roll by Lnitelnr lots he by Volunteer M Ed liar lows lit dam by Woburn 2nd dam by a Mambrlno horse 8rd dam by Matnbrlnc Messenger Pence dam by liltsVermont Pence lrcolt nreallhowlng up nicely and they bear proof of him at a breeder Mare graced at p per month not respon Ible for accidents or escapes should any occur OEO BPOONAMOBE BRO Rowland PRESTON 922 Vol11 Champion 6 gaited saddle stallion of Kentucky Winning at nil the Kentucky fairs and also at the horoe show at lIulTalo N Y lit Louis Mo and Kama City Hired by Washington No 61 First dam Hell hy Hhoderlck No 101 Second dam by lienmnrk lie Is n brown horse 15J hands high with one style and very high action It is useless to say more about him a t no people of this and the adjoining counties know his record as n show horse and alto for breeding pur poses He will make the season of itec at my stable In Crab Orchard Ky at the reason able llgure of t to Insure H living colt Will keep mares on gross at ti per month but will not be responsible for accident or escape of stock Beaton 1 due if snare is traded or parted with or bred to other tockJBAILEY Crab Orchard Ky ASHLAND BROOK INo I7A Vol 17 A T H H bred by Eug ne Huck er Georgetown Ky Ashland Urook was wiled 110 solid bay with lelt hind foot while stands 1WI bands high PEDIOHEB hired by silent brook No IOTBW record 21C1 H tho sire of Margaret tII Mettle Brook tai 51f Lad 11611brookrIiJeunle Brook Ui JiTJi Brook 2W and Running Brook 230 Hllent Brook by Vurknlltht the sire of Htarch light tUI Jrlgbtilghl Vnlpn tW 4 Jnrknlgut lrltt u Alcyone Noeword 127 Ashland Brook let dam Buna Wren by Ashland Wllkes 2111 record tI- the sire of John R Gentry Z Wy Hally To let MH Ashland Wilkes sired by Red Wilkes lUll he by George Wilkes second Lilly by Pretender ll l8nl damdanll81de KB NOTE Ashland Brook II hnndiome tel- loW with lots ol substance hue a bold way of going with speed style and action Jill oldest crop of colt am two years old and are all one could expect they all bent lug good colors with 01 and great style mod finish Ashland Brook will nako the pretent season at 113 to Insure a livIng colt also stand the great mule and Jennet lack Billy Reeneat10 for mares and 20 to Insure a living colt Billy blthePrince the sire of Joe Blackburn ann Brig noun Billy Keene stands full IS hands black with white point and ns a breeder U unsurpassed u mule orJennet lack hiscolts always bringing the highest price Mares radd parted with or bred elsew re tor- felt the Insurance and money becomes duo tithe time of such transaction KING EAGLE No KM Vol 6 A 811 U King Eaglet 18 hands ilgbdark bay with flowing mono and tall toes all the gaits with plenty of speed style and action IrDioiiKEHlreU by Royal King On TIme he by Stonewall lackson 11 Royal King 1st dam Motile Mounts p661stonOld King En Harrirl1egmmnrkgbe b yhMl lers Denmark 45 tthorouphhredi1OT6 a breeder of line colored and hllll1 tyllo colts they all having size style and action lie aIred tho colt that won the ISO stake nt the Htanford Kalrnnd the Siou stake nt Len casterdefeatiag here four of the gut of the great Itex Icavlne Thlagot of King Joallle wits second In the torn Hnrrodsburg with Jl entries and defeated the colt that won this stake two out of three show lids prlclI1lnllthe low rice of 16 to Insure a living colt Will nlioslnnd the great mule Jack Jim Keene nt 10 for mare and IS for Jennets eenesiredbytimeJohn Wells 2nd dam Heeclier Jim Keene IsI V hands block with white points n JackAll mentioned stock will make the season of HW9 nt our 2 mules West of Stanford on the Hhelhy City ilke Mares traded with or bred andnmoneyheconteFor further Inforiniitloncnll on or address BT HARRIS dc ROBT WOOD8 Phone 72 Ring II HUnfordKy MASONS MEET V Lincoln Ixxlffo No CO F A AM will meet In stated communication each first ati third Monday night of each month at TIIIO oclock In their hall on main treNt ton ford Ky Members of sister Iodize are ire ternnlly Invited to bo present T W Pen nlngton lice FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNTY FOR SALE I Anne blue grass larm or sale situated 00 newplko Ilar Point Leavell and us mile ouch of Lancaster tM acre well located In good neighborhood bell part of tho John Walker tract a hand tome new twostory sev nroon redden thereon with nil neSlor outbulldlnlland good new burn 40xflo Well watered- never UI falling tprlng and creek runnli through TERMS K cash In hand balance one ai d two years from day of sale bearing six per paid1enoni place write or see W O WALKRH Htanford Insurif Tobacco and Table4ft Tarns Nothing rut Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone Ms omce DS Insure with mo and be fully protect- edSafeguard the Future 1 The rafest surest and most adequate tab guard for the future Is a policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It Is conspicuous for economical tnanai mont liberality of 118 policy contracts fAIr dealing with Its members and large retur topollcy holders company Is Just entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR of a successful business career with more policy holder In Lincoln county thAIi all other companies combined Write fo- rPllrtlCUlaUjttlnl age and whether mar K MNEWLAJf D Aid latHtanfonJameSolicitor for Rockcaitle C- oAt McKinney Ky You can find our dart Remedy the blood and liver medicine yet knowntreat of Rheumatism Halt Rheum KId- ney Trouble and all diseases arising from Impure blood It has no equal It is mAnu faetured un ler the pure food act of June 80 1IlOO and Itulirnntetd by the manufacturer II the Remedy is taken according to dIrection and If he or she ls not benefited by the uae of the Remedyjwe will refund pour money We can do nothing mom package contain S04 doses with n registered Kiirrn tee and mailing card with full lmt uctlon We send It to any address by mall on reo celpt of 11 per package or sis packages tor lS Bettcr order a box today In time you might save a doctor bit Remember If you take the Kemedy accord lug to instructions and are not benenuyou get your dollar back You will not nod the remedy In drug stores for snlo It Is sold only byUrduly authorized agent1- t15UBEN UlLLIAMH Agent JAMES N DYE Optical Hpeclallst and Espert Wotchma or located permanently at McKinney Ky with n complete equipment for testing tllu eye also II thorough knowledge and prai deal experiencegraduate trout two schools The Mouth head College of Optics and Bradley Iolytccnlolnitltutoof I carla III lioroiogical are sul feting from eyestrain headacfie or If you are nervous Irritable those are the Indlen- lions of tome derangement of the refnu live systemwhlch may often develop Into chronic or disease of the eye and can In most cases be prevented by proper fitted glasses tare should be taken In se lectlng your slat Mlsnttrd lenses In very many caiei prove to be Injurious and sometimes fatal Therefore yuu should con suit n practical Watchmakln Department My watchmaking department le In every respect Can d- iplvotingstafiinglewellugand all kinds of watch repairing n most skilled and careful manner Watch repairing no watch tinkering or botc- hingINSURANCE R B MAHOISY Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLiveStockHealt and Accident Plate Glass Surety on Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis count DON VARRIGK This mngnincently bred young stalllo will make the season of IHWat lilt table lit itanford Icybetter known DrBal lee at 115 to insure n living colt Don Varrick Is 101 n beautiful chestnut short back heavy bone j In foot the highest typo of the trotter Hols tbe treat On ward Hllver 2n 6y that won tho XMO Tran yIvnnla In a seven heat race Hi llttl and thi won the Banner Memarla and the M AM In broken heats and sold tol litter sold for ftfuoo Don Var- ricklsbred exactly like Hpanlsh Queen that won theStgnTrangivaninInIti making a record of 2 UT end was classed its one of the big four being one of the greatest money winners on the grand cIrcuit lat year On ward HllveriibyOnward aile of the stand test sons of George Wilkes On fords lain was the dam of Director the Ire of that great family of trotter mid Pl sera Don let darn was by Wllke toy by Oeofl e Wilkes It lull sister to The Wag 216K and halt sitter to Madalln Patehun tlieclnin of Rubber Winche- ster19 hilly Wllonl20 and all It silo tnd dam Mnry by Nn Jj Irey Angle tits drum of The tong 211M Madeline 1lItohn- tho dam of tlIo Winchester llv3lllly Wilton 220 and hiss It 200 Don Vnrrlckii dam produced Dr Conner that paced a public unit mile on tbo Ioxlne ton track at 11 months In lONJi and told II N WHublnger of Now II foi 101 Hheallo prodnct 1 Maggie Igo tllIl- ltrotted n half mile on tho kiiiuu track at U nnnths In fill und void for srO Please Unto the rich Inheritance of speed on both Idenot H musing link for gener rations Breed to this fellow anti you canl mill the three things every breeder look lorbe speed and looks See hint bo for looking your mores Heaion money dun when mares aro parted with or bred to mother horse Mare kept at 10 cent per and all caro taken but will not be re ponslble for accidents or el08 DRGOPJ5RRY BtanforiT Ky r p LO1SHOS Our Oxford and Low Shoe Stock is as full of good things as tis possible to be In Mens goods we have th- eWalkOver h i in Tan both Button and Lace at 350 and 4 in Patents at 4 and 5 in the Manss Shoe we have both Tan 4 and Patent Leather at 350 Ladies Low Shoes straps and pumps we fur nish in the Ladies WalkOver at 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 them and you will like them I H McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY i- eEEmg a aec aE Prescription Pointers 1 zIIt 2s customary for every druggist to claim to be bat in prescription work I claim but we cant all be best mThis store claims a and a complete stock of drugsIm Wehave the goods the equipment the ex mpulcn W I I8BB a i 1 Are You Going To Build 1 J While we are hero to build the Lincoln county court house and should i lUBrick Dwelling or A Neat Business House 4being able to buy all materials cheaper and therefore are in position to puttoa building up for a considerable lower price Nothing too largo or too 1- If 1 small and the distance will not stop us from figuring with you matters not 1 where you live Wo invite any prospective builder to give UB a trial Wo I furnish all plans any specifications for such buildings that wo might erect 4 free of p chargeFRITZ KRUEGER F H MILLERr 1 I OUR LAWN FENCE is n lees cxpcileivo and better fence tint wood Moro ornamental dura bio and a time saver as you needno if saw hammer and nails to keep it in f repairCall at our store see tho beautiful fabric and gates and let us show you the low prices on u good fence job l N t GEORGE HtARRISStanfordL v J C Ii 1 I No 12471 Mulberry Self Stripe Suit eizo 84 worth 830 now 81075 No 12411 Green Self Stripe suit size 30 worth 830 now 1075 No 1356I Green Self Strlpo Suit IIlte 34 worth 830 now 81675 No 11321 Itac Self Stripe Suit size 34 worth 81650 now 81075 y I r f The STANFORD KY MAY 28 1900 j PERSONALS MILLER IIILL Is ill with typhoid fe vcr W M DUNCAN Is thought to be improving L MR J II BAUGHMAN went to Lex ington yesterday MRS J E DUCK Is visiting Mrs L C Lee In Knoxville A D ROOT JR of Roosevelt Okla 1 U here with the homefolks MRS MARY PENNY visited her son Dr W B Ienny at Danville Miss FRANCES COOPER U visiting Mrs R II Young in Louisville Coi GBOROB D WBATHERFORD of Danville was In town Wednesday Miss EPFIB BAUOHMAN has returned from a visit to Danville relatives tiREV CLARENCE J SIPPLE of Lon don ia with his parents at Jumbo MR W L MCCARTY and family have moved Into the Col 11111 property which he recently bought CASHIER W M BRIGHT of the tin I coin County National Bank Is suffer initfrom neuralgia JOHN JONES of Stonega Va stop ped over a short while here on his way to West Baden Ind MRS M E FISH and grandson Mon ter of Crab Orchard wero guests of Mrs J G Carpenter I MR AND MRS SAM ROBINSON have In the Aldridge t gone to housekeeping cottage on Hlghcatlon Street PROK J W IRELAND Is representing Diadem Lodge No 81 K of P at the district convention at Richmond MRS BEN SrALCiNO of Lebanon and Dr Clem Spalding of Louisville visited Mr W B 11111 and family MR JOIN OWSLEY REID left yester day morning for PUtsburg Pa to take a position In the great electrical house SworE democratic clerk Is attending court and catching on to the work he will dd after Jan 1 MR CHARLES GANGLOFF orders his paper changed back to Waynesburg I t from Lexington They all want to re turn to Lincoln county MR W M SworE of Lexington psld this office an appreciated call Tuos I day lie met with a cordial reception from his many friends hero Miss CHARLOTTE METCALF who has been with her cousin Miss Frances Metcalf In Doyle passed through to her home at Pinevillo Tuesday MISSES FANNIE YOUNG and Zora Baugh who have been attending coif lego at Barbourvllle will return to their homes near Highland today I MESDAMES J II BAUGHMAN and Nevln Carter and Mian Dolllo McRob 1 erts attended the meeting of the grad uatea of Hamilton College at taxing ton this week Miss MARY MCROBERTS has been electedto succeed Miss Lucile Menefee as music teacher for tho blind In the f school at Boulder Montana As stat ed in these columns a few weeks ago t Miss Menefee will be married in Juno UtzOUR people will be delighted to learn that Miss Frances Adams will teach another term In the Stanford Graded rit School At tho request of her many I friends here the Board of Education of I f the Hustonvllle Graded School released herMRS R L McKECHNiB who was 1 Mix Flonnle Hammonds of Hubble haa our thanks for a copy of the special edition of the Tampa Fla Morning Tribune which Is as large as all out J doors She says that she and her hus band are still delighted with their southern home and Hobart of Stan I J I WHITE son ford were In town Friday en Auto I homo from a trip to Cumberland count ty Geo D nnd Jesse Wearen of Stanford attended county purt hero Monday Miss Nell who has 4 been attending school at Stanford re- turnedI home Sunday Liberty News LOCALS k CLOTHES French cleaned Cook Farmer V A GOOD tobacco bed for sale J B Camenlsch Stanford v BEDDING plants are nowready and v them out Ed Hubwe are ready o put I LlDDEY cut glass at Muellers WEDDING and ting enla of quality at Muellers LOTS of tobaccoplants sale B F Cain Stanford R R No3 STRAWIIERRIES green beans and tomatoes at J D Horton Restaurant ONLY more days of Spring and then good old Summer time will be here FOR SALE Cow peas and German millet seed C C Carpenter Huston AN infant duaghUir of Joe Daugherty died of stomach trouble and was burled Wednesday DR W N CRAIG optl clan Office over 11 J McRoberts clothing store SCREEN doors moneysavingprices We Include a box of fixtures with each door G D I WILL have another hat sale Saturday Every hat goes at a reduction Miss Ella May Saunders TAXES The tax books for 1909 are now ready Come In and get your re ceipt T J hill sheriff RECLEANED Kentucky grown German Millet Seed 125 per bushel Jas D Shelby Junction City Ky 2t THE Theatorium continues to draw crowds Change of pictures every Monday Wednesday and Friday night r FOR SALE 50000 Brazilian and Ber muda potato plant 20c per 100 175 per 1000 W S Wlgham Moreland Ky 4U I O 0 FAll Vera aro urges to be present Friday evening at 730 Business of importance J W Ireland Secretary TilE aged mother of John Stringer died at his homo on Hanging Fork and was buried in tho Campbell burying ground Tuesday R D WILKINSON saysh0ig still at his old stand at Singletons store ready to wait on the people with the choicest of fresh meats Glvo him n call Tim Ladies Aid tyoftho Chris tian church of Moreland will give a strawberry and ice cream supper tomorrow Saturday night Everybody Invl ed- Those papers that fair dates will please mako tho Stanford fair date July 21 three days instead of July 31 three days as most of them now have it YOUR attention Is called to the mag nificent farm of 435 acres advertised in this Issue by Hughes SwIncbroad the Lancaster Real Estate men If you are thinking about buying a farm drlvoover and look at this splendid boundary Tills office has been gironthe order to print the catalogues of the Lincoln County Fair to bo held at Stanford July 21 22 23 It will be a book of 100 or moro pages and thousands of them are to be distributed over Central Ken tucky WE hope tho grand jury will spare neither time nor energy in ita effort to Indict the blind tiger operators here the sellers can be punished If duty ia fully done OUR people are looking forward with much pleasure to tho Elocutionary Con test which will be held at Waltona Opera House on tho evening of June 16th Miss Polly Traylor has the entertainment in charge which is a guarantee that it will be firstclass in every particular THE Maccabees of Kingsville will give an Ice cream and strawberry super at that place Saturday night week Juno Gth Go and njoy yourself A toad band of music will be on hand M D Smith Milton Trimble and Dan Hester compose the committee in charge and they will see that you have a good time WniGHTJames Wright a former resident of Stanford died suddenly of heart disease at Lexington Monday night aged 61 Ills wife a daughter Mrs Dr W R Cundiff of Somerset and son Dr Charles R Wright of So waunee Tennessee survive him The remains were taken to Somerset for burial 4 Nw g Values If a real saving appeals to you read this list of reductions on Very de sirable merchandise Every garment bought this s 80nfof the newest colors and fabrics Almost Identical in style and color to the Fall models now being shown Come and look these over they are positively the great est bargains you ever saw 1 SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY 1 Interior Journal Pennyidrug Wutlnghouaef barde villaIlatand HopperS printing WhlSjky Extraordinary ITuts is oneof those long seasons in May DUNN ADAMS the Danville real es tate men will have another big lot sale on Saturday June 12 KENTUCKY millet 125 per bushel while they last Jas D Shelby Junction City Ky 2t TUB L N will run an excursion to Cincinnati Sunday at 175 for the roundtrip Train leaves Stanford at 5 A M- DONT WAITOrderyourmillet seed today 125 per bushel Is less than market value Jt a D Shelby Junction City Ky 2t FOR SALEPureS C Brown Leg horn eggs Improved laying strain Mrs R L Berry Hustonvllle Ky Phone 833 rings IN the wrestling match at the opera house Wednesday evening Claude Bibb got the decision over Lloyd Perrin He won the first and third falls EVENTUALLY you Ina0Denhams Rex Coal in your cook stove Why not begin now and save the difference 7 Yards at Stanford and Rowland ANY one desiring stenciling done in curtains waists etc will see me at Chas Wheeler Emporium Hustonville each Friday Gable W Bradshaw MR R D MAIIONY the hustling in surance man has installed the hand somest office fixtures wo have seen in a long time They are of the latest and mst improved build and aro as conven ient as they aro pretty PROPERTY owners aro notified that there Is an ordinance in effect requiring the cutting of weeds on the pavements and grass plots of their property Chief of Police Carter will call on all parties whose weeds aro not cut at once I WISH to thank from the depths of a grateful heart tho good people who helped me in tho sickness and death of my husband I hope they will be rewarded in the world to come for their good deeds Mrs William Gilliland Mllledgevllle SEcTm KRAusE RIDING CULTIVATO- RIt I has everything on the market beat in the way of a riding cultivator The pivot axle is a practically two in one plow Can plow as good on rolling land as on level Dont fall to see it before buying E T Pence cheap and durable at my residence in Darsttown where I am prepared to do all kinds of work from post cards to large family groups Views of residences and stock made on short notice All work warranted Cash with order Frank Cordier DY agreement among them the fol lowing grocery stores now close at 7 oclock in the evening and will continua- to do so until Sept 1 W II Higgins M 0 VanDeveer J M Phillips Geo D Hopper Geo U Farris E L Rein hart G Singleton T D Newland liON M J FANNING the wellknown temperance lecturer addressed a good I audience at the courthouse hero Wed nesday evening Mr Fanning Is an in teresting talker and presents facts and I I figures without tiring his hearers A collection was taken up which went to tho W C T U IIICKS0NMrN J HIck Ion of Rowland dropped dead at Lorotto Marion county Wednesday afternoon He was about 60 years old a good citizen and a consistent member of the Christian church Besides his wife five grown children survive Mr Hickson was working for the L N in the ca pacity of carpenter when the end came The burial will occur today CIRCUIT COURT F Llppert and C F Hutchison were fined 150 for shooting Crit Smith S B Chevolette and Anderson Carr were acquitted of tho charges of selling whisky Fronia Drown colored was fined 120 and given 10 days in jail for selling whisky Frank Holmes was fined 50 for shoot- Ing Eph Pennington of the East End Green Kavanaugh colored was given three years for forgery Sam Rcth well for shooting BcnFerrillata camp meeting at Moreland was given 1J years in the penitentiary Mike Mun day charged with killing Kittle Farm er little daughter of Dink Farmer is on trial Munday Is only about 12 years old and the children were returning from school when the killing occurred S J Malvaney was appointed super intendent of the Virginia and South western railway vice S P Peltes re signedFrank M Andrews has been selected atUelenaof the new Kentucky statehouse SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERING uneylngandwill be RunrnntceU and my prices are tea sonnblu Write me nt McKlnner over the telepbooethrougblhellustonvlntI WALTER MfKIXNEY Harry Jacobs Denier in and Manufacturer of Marblo and Cranito Monu menuMarkers and Potts Cemetery and Lnwn MoKlnnelCURLEYI I Black JACkjwltb white polnU peaty body and proven himself R No- brawler I He Ii by Black Hatln lit darn Wit UnmUottonl premium Jacx of Madison hit Clam t r John ot ujennotby Joe lghItUldmule Lien retained on colts to secure sea 100 money TOM D WILLIAMS Highland Ky GOLD BOND FoaledbinyOldGeorgeUAMK ttamuottnwllke the greatest liv Clayleoldformeremoneybrought to Boyie county Srd dam St El moro Itlt Klinore produced Idol and two oldbroodThis colt le a handsome dark bay 153 bandijof great substance and style Can show H forty clip without any track hand ling It level headed easily handled should transmit Brent form style and speed to his colts which should sell readily nt fancy ltstntmyfarmford on the Short pike at f 10 to Insure n elv tnt colt Will bo handled for speed after season A O T HMITII R F D No y fox 21 STANFORD Kv Phone USA Danville Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods GALTON 12910 Season of 1WV Biro of Calvin lttW Al Burns tmiand six others with trials from 2aI to those nre the only ones that were ever hand led for speed Also the sire of one dam with one In the 200 list Mired byGnmbutta WIN kei 5lf itho sire of ate in 2110 list 10 in grenleotIregrand dam ore with records ot from Sil7 to Knllelcl SHi sun of Hambletonlun 10lam by seeleys American Star Knflem 29 has 0 In 2JU his daughters have to In Kilntucky liltSrd2117 lendingfamiliesl1hlef anti Heele Amer CRn Htur datums colts have gone against and de tented the best In harness classes and road ster rings they are In great demand selling yeRrUnglfromstable miles West of Hustonvllle on Jlrnd fordsvllle pike at flfi to Insure n living colt Money due if mare Is traded utter being bred leotY of grass at 1200 per month saved ex pressly for mares no other stock mixed with mires have grass lots und largo stables for mares to foal Grain fed at cost Phone In residence Hutton vllle Exchange Wl HnttonvllleKy Indigestion In Itlf a true disease We Uot DrspePlla dheytorte steknvJSnothink It was this fact that first crrsctlyled Dr Shoos StomebRemedrDrto the stomach nerves alone brought that rorceiand favor to Dr Sboorand hit Restorative With out that vital prlnclpleno iadForbreath and sallow complexion try Dr IIelfrecommendDr Shoops RestorativePENNYS DRUG STORE No U0521 Green and whito stripe Messaline Silk Princess Suit size 36 worth 82250 now 815 No 00501 Old Rose Mesealine Silk Princess Suit size 36 worth 81050 now 81375 No 10541 mack Silk Bengaline Coat size 36 worth 822 now 15 No 13241 Green Stripe Novelty Suit coat skirt sizo 34 worth 82250 now 1450 No 74081 Grey Stripe Novelty Suit size 34 worth 825 now 815 I L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin New Goods Jut received line of Ladies Collars and Cords for neck in all colors and sizes Wash Belts Belting Barrettes Ribbona in all Colors Qualities and Widths Also nice line of Chil drens and Ladies Hose in all colors Gloves in Kid and Silk Belt Pins Beauty Pius Ac We carry the very nerteet that the market can afford and our prices are right Come in and inspect Wo can saveyou money on Ladies Skirts nnd Linen Wash Suits r HUGHES MARTIN CO I ilSTANFORD IT ISNT YOU ALONE Wo want the custom of your friends quite as much as we want yours nnd we propose to sell them by pleasing you When you come to us for your SUMMER SUIT we nre going to give you so good n one for your moneybe that much or littlethat youll be glad to tell your friends about us and about the clothes we sell After all thats the best kind ot advertising there is We have just received another shipment ol nobby patterns and they are the PILE- OF STYLE make W E Perkins Crab Orchard Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCEIf in Lancaster Stanford Hustonville and Brodhead it H B NORTHCUTT Stanford BROWN FIANLEY RIDING- CULTIVATORS I Brown Manley Pivot Axle Cultivator 4 Shovels and 2 Bull Tongues at 2750 Brown Mnnley Pivot Gang Cultivator 4 Shovels and 2 Bull Tongues at 82760 These cultivators have been in use here for several years and are strictly uptodate in every respect The regular price on the PivotGang is 828 and the Pivot Axle 831 Tho reason that I am offering theta plows at the above price is that Iam overstocked Call and see before buying E T PENCE STANFORD Stock Of Furniture For Sale lVThe stock of Furniture in Lancaster Ky owned by the 7 J C Robinson is offered for sale privately It is the only storo of the kind in Lancaster and a 1 stand to make- lUoney For partieularsapply to J B CollierTancnstcrKor T J ROB1N8ON Exr Hugtonville Kentucky l The Interior Journal F Jntered in the PodOffice al Stanford ei NNaddan matter L N TINE TABLE No it Month UiM r x No J8 Bouth 1100 A x No Y C North 4UO A x No It North 527 P X No 17 lon A X NO ts 140 p x JOS 3 RICE Agont Stock of Merchandise for Sale IJf lire to sell prtruloiy my stock of Oro eerie fInd Hardwnre Doing n good busl ness Will Invoice about 3800 Reason 111 health 1KO D HOPPElt Stanford Ky The Joseph Price SanatoriumN- orth Lancaster Street Stanford Kentucky For Treatment of Dliensei of the lye Nose Throat Ear UenttoUrtnary Rectal Organs Nervoui System and Surgery i Notice Poultry Ralstrsl Now lithe tlmo of year to feed your fowls a good tonic 41144 cures Oholera Gape Houp canker and Llmberneck when R preyentlve It not onlY keeps thombeathy but makes them lay Price CO cents no cure no pay guaranteed by your druggist Oeo b Penny the guarantee Ask for booklet on diseases of poultry rEczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation foi external use Stops Itching and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema euickly and is- permanently cured this remarkable medicine Druggists Write for sam pie E W Rose Med Co litLoulsMo Pennys Drug Store When Ordering Clothes MaTe your measure taken by a tailor of ax- pricenbuslness r suittor thefinest evening a low clothes that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure 1 will also take your meas ure for extra trousers fancy vests topr coats and overcoats Spring and Hummer r samples on hand ready for your Inspection no IIUPLEY The Tailor Stanford Ky Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Mcd Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE The farm of 140 nerd of good blue grass land ono mile North of McKlnueyon the Stanford pike Improvements fencing good of water and fruit Also 1 acres of timbered land one mile Knit of half under fence plenty of water and good tobacco land See grow ngcron JAaiVKNHAgent McKlnney Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can furnish the puuitc with the bust ns well us the freshest of cut flowers plants of oil kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also iniike a specialty of wreaths purposesIn above I have all kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable price OUltrRTMAN OKKKN ROUSES KD IHnuiARn PRO- BStanford Ky SEASON OF 1909 We will stand at my farm near Preach rretlna to Troll tnoira Sites Anderson jnck which lies perhaps gotten as many I1CO coltsas any Jack In the county ut r to In urea living colt Will also stamltlie iplen did PeavlnostalllonItrd Rex Jr by Itcd Ilrdhoky Hex Penvhte at 110 to Insure n i living Colt Ito will bo permitted to serve only u limIted number mares s w POHUIES A LEVi BKLI Preacberssllte JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ere Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRuge They willexchange Furniture for all Rinds of Stock Give Them a Call Pricea Right r STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClaryI Undertaker Embalmer and dealer InlHarnoss Saddlery STANFORD KY eNrk9ne157 iloraeFfcoce b FARMERS DEPARTMENT PONY for sale This office Kentucky grown millet seed 1 25 per bushel while they last Jas D Shelby Junction City Ky 2t Horse Cave will have a fair this year A company with 4000 capital stock has been organized Recleaned Kentucky grown German millet seed 125 per bushel Jas D Shelby Junction City Ky 2t The Owen County Wool Growars At sedation sold their wool consisting of 11000 fleeces to Lexington dealers at 3lcDONT WAITOrder your millet seed today 125 per bushel is less than market value Jas D Shelby Junc tion City Ky 2t Four largo plant beds on tho farms of Richard Broaddus of Stewart county Tenn were scraped and com pletely destroyed The plan to combine the fertilizing plants of Europe and this country in one 50000000 corporation to be known as the Independent Fertilizer Company has been abandoned Olombala the favorite in the betting easily won the Latonla Derby Aver a muddy track by six lengths The Peer finished second 10 lengths in front of Plate Glass the only other starter in the race BRODHEAD Nelson Messer and Walter Howard of near Gum Sulphur are very sick Born to Mr and Mrs Barney Corne lius of Durango Colorado a son Mrs Mrs Cornelius was formerly Miss Dol lie daughter of Mr and Mrs J II Jarrett of this place The fifth Saturday and Sunday meet ing at Freedom church next Saturday and Sunday promises to be a very in teresting one A good program has been gotten out Several ministers and others are expected to take part The singing wjll also bo a pleasant fea ture Chairman Jonas McKenzIe and Sec rotary Edgar S Albright request that the democrats of Rockcastle county meet on Saturday June 5 at the vote ing places of nine out of 11 precincts in the county they being without a ailcommitteeman that all the committeemen of the county meet at the court house In Mt Vernon Monday June 7 to elect a chairman and secretary and transact other im portant matters Wont Slight A Good Friend If ever I need a cough medicine again I know what to get declares Mrs A L Alley of Denis Me for after using ten bottles of Dr Kings Now Discovery and seeing Ita excel lent results in my own family and oth ers I am convinced it Is the best medi cine made for Coughs Colds and lung trouble Every one who tries It feels just that way Relief Is felt at once and its quick cure surprises you For Bronchitis Asthma Hemorrhage Croup LaOrlppe Sore Throat pain in chest or lungs It Is supreme boo and 81 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Andrew Carnegie has arranged to give 1000000 for the establisment of a Hero Fund in France under practically the same conditions as govern similar funds in the United States England and Scotland If want feel well look well and be well take Foloys Kidney Remedy It tones up the kidneys and bladder purifies the blood and re stores health and strength Pleasant- to take and contains no harmfuldrugs why not commence today Now Stanford Drug Co Two national holidays Decoration Day and the Fourth of July falling on Sunday this year President Taft Issued an executive order granting leave to all government employes on the Monday following If you desire a clear complexion take Foleys Orlno Laxative for constipa lon and liver trouble as It will stimulate these organs and thorougly cleanse your system which Is what everyone needs in the Spring in order to feel well New Stanford Drug Co Only 101 of the 302 dates for tho Naval Academy passed the mental examination in April and these have yet to pass the physical examination early in June o T Preventlcs those CunJy Cold Cure Tabletswill safely an1qulcklycbeck all colds and the Grip Try them once and see 4323c old by Pennys Drug- Store Fines aggregating 4000 is tho one day record of the Breathitt Circuit Court at Jackson for convictions of bootlegging The American Cotton Manufacturers Association is holding its annual meet Ing in Richmond Va Mayfield tees for 25000 The L A depot at Beattyvllle has been broken into and robbed twice in the last month The Legislature passed the mitting 10round boxing bouts InWI coaeln t THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY I lily LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY IftCOMPOatTCB We Will Pay the following prices for produce for 1O days only for goods Eggs 20c Dozen Hens SSe per lb Butter 20e per lb Country cured side bacon 13 I2c Country cured hams new 16 l2c We have a complete line of shoes hats and dress goods or anything you may need to eat or wear If you do not need the goods now bring us your produce and we will pay you in trading checks and you can use them any time it suits you These prices are only good till Saturday June 5th Dont forget the dates and the placeLutes BrosT- urnersville Ky I CARROLL PRESTONSired br Preston Mi by Washington M by Cromwell 73 by Washington Denmark ni 1st dam Baby fence sired by Enoch Arden 2nd dam uidy Iuncu by Almonl Kor rest SStt1 and dens hy Uiirrura Chief Carroll Preston ttonutlful dapple bn1com bined stallion 15JJ full foaled Stay to weighing 1UV pound full made from end to end HIli made without n fault and Is one of the finest llvygnltiM saddle stiilllons hOIIno Three Ideal Farms One The perfection ot realestate all that is beautiful and in country life including locality soil and improvements is embodied in a farm of 435 acres adjoining the thriving town of Uryantsvlllt and near the famous Camp Dicb Robin son farms which sellat over Jloo per acre There are three tracts with dwellings and improvements on each suitable for three families desiring to lo cate on adjoining farms or if bought byone party two houses could be occu tobacco tenants The best equip ped barn in the county is on the premises haying water supplied br a windmill The floors are ouilt as resi dence flooring the stalls are large and well constructed machinery for cutting feed being run by an engine Stock scales and a large tobacco barn are among other improvements The land lies well and is of a high grade well fenced well watered a portion of it being matted with blue grass in gently undulating pastures Most of the land has been kept In grass and will easily raise pounds ofhemp lSoo pounds cf 1500I and 60 to 75 bushels of corn Such the basis of alt value and the large which it yields on the investment explains capital is seeking real estate it being not only the best but the safest investment This together with the fact that population is increasing thereby insuring a continuance ofgood prices for farm products proves thatgood real estate will continue to advance in price Besides the intrinsic value of a home the locality and surroundings render it more or less valuable Good roads good schools churches and good morals are im portant factors in determining the value of a farm because they contribute to mans substantial happiness which is the mainspring of human action and the object sought in every section of our Godfavor ed country These elements enter largely into the attractiveaeas and consequently the value of this property It lies ofl a splendid a of about one mile the community consists of the highest grade of citizenship the people exceedinslyhospitable see and Is subject to Inspection nt any time Ills sire was the champion show horse for pafl and till dom Ilaliy Pence was the un beaten show nuru for years In Kentucky Weclasstblscoltusoneof Kentucky best stallions Will lilt him serve it few approved mares at 125 to Insure a living colt Mares tuislurni at KM per month but not responsible should accident occur WO WALKER Stanford Ky In of Dryantsville which has a thriving bank uptodate merchants a good school and a church of large membership that town be Lug about 9 miles from Lancaster the seat of Garrard County on the Lexington pike The enterprise of the citizens in that section is further mani tested the fact that they are preparing to establish a Graded School at Bryants villa and if they succeed which is almost certain this property will advance from Ic to 20 dollars on the acre as property has done near Lancaster and other towns where surh schools have been established keeping the money and children at home and giviug th m a good education This picture is not overdrawn and we invite those looking for a bargain in a some that has all the attractive features to let us show it to them This farm Is also within j four miles of a navigable stream which is of greater advantage for markets than the same distance from a railroad for It gives cheaper rates and better facilities for transportation to market of all farm pro duets and live stock can be shipped1rom one head up to a boat load while coal and lumber can be purchased at less price It is down grade to tho river and a good- pike We positively believe that this land Is worth sloe per acre and yet it ii altered at 890 per acre as a whole if sold at once however the entire farm Is susceptible ol an advantageous division into small tracts and we will divide it to suit purchaser and make price on what he wants according tc quaaiityMORE OPPORTUNITIES Yes we have themfarm lands in dif ferent localities oil tne pike and on lh pikeImproved and unimproved So acres loo acreszoo acres any number ol acres you wantfrom 835 per sere tc J too per acre Ve can suit you Try us All bargains of a lifetime 600 acres extr good 266 acres superior land highly improved 325 acres extra good near Paint Lick fine residence and three tobaccc barns Our price is the owners price No excess contracts If you want to bu y a farm write us or come to see us HUGHES SWINEBROAD LANCASTER KY Cecilian ParkDANVILLE KENTUCKY Stallions for Service 1909 GAMBETTA WILKES 219 14 The only stallion living or dent that over sired 200 or wore with records of 280 and letter Founder of the greatest family of show and racu horses in tho world Ibis colts won Moro premiums at the Worlds Columbian Exposition than that of any other eire His decumlants dill tho tamo at the Worlds Fair held at St Louis Isis descendants are noted for their gamcuces and good disposition whether on the roadon the truck or in tho show ring DR MUNSON 4 I years old Race record 208 thu champion 4 year old pacing stallion of 1007 Will stand at 820 to inure a living colt GENERAL BRIGHTHEART Race record 210 Trial in a race 213 trotting Will stand at 820 to insure a living colt GEN ADELLE 4 years old Itaco record 210 trial in a race 207 Will stand nt 15 to itwure a living colt Dr Munson 208 Gen Drighthcart 2Ith Ocn Adcllo 210 are all sons ot Gambctta Wilkes 219 Mares will bo kept at 81 per week at owners risk Mares sold or parted with forfeit insurance awl season becomes duo For stallion cards and other Information address G G C P CECIL Danville Ky MY LINE O- FTROUSERS I Is Now Complete For Tho SPRINdandSUMMER Bettor thou ever handled before for tho Price Also the most ujvtonlato ofMens and ladies Oxfords III any style you wish Call and let us show you what we have SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY r IIYou Will Make No tMistake in Buying The Brown Riding andWalk ing Cultivators Come in and look at them Screen Doors Screen Windows Screen Cloth Etc in All Sizes Shall be Glad to See You W H H1G GINS Stanford Ken- tuckyMILLINERY The Charles Wheeler Emporium Hustonville Ky Invites you to the largest MILLINERY SE- LECTIONl we have ever shownI Styles up to tho minute Prices beyond competition Wo also state that our Spring Line is now c mplcteTo save money come and see and bo convinced Our Spring Line of Shoes for Ladies Misses and Children andIi our lino of Gents Shoes will certainly please Ilanan and Walkover lines are Summers and are strictly reliable Yours for an honest deal- CRAxta9 WHEELER oJ 1