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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 1 c THE INrirERIODJ0URNALjflcL L OLe XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE i1909 NO 27 KMe Shed meet me at the garden gate At early morn or evening late In rain or sunshine sure as fate I always found my dearest Kate She loved me with a love as true Aa eer waa given to mortals few And now that I am lost to view She dos each day that love renew Id see it sparkling in her eyes Like loves young dream from paradise She sees me and with joyful cries 4Into my arms of love she flies e Talk not to me of love so great In knight or maid or knightly state No love so pure as that of Kate That greets me at the garden gate This love for me ao atrong so true Was not of maid with eyes of blue t With golden hair or midnight hue Per such a love is felt by few Then listen reader while J state From whom thU love for me awaits From early morn to evening late I always find at the garden gate Th but a dog with heart to great That none on earth can love like Kate And when I come although tie late Shes always at Bud Holdermans gate D H GOYEN The State DoYaluatlol at Frankfort reduced the franchise valu atloa for assessment purposes of the k Western Union Telegraph Co from 1000000 to 700000 +A tlekllng or dry cough can be quickly loosened with Dr Snoops Cough Remedy No opium no chlo roform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store tA S PRICESu- rgeon Dentlet STANFORD KENTUCKY Ogee over McRoberta Drug Store in the Oweley Build- ingCHESTER SIThis too of Oncitor Darn will make tbI I Ilutonvtllo110tolnwrnallringcoltUrscatrrloir In II black with star In torohiMul 11 hand with all the IITIt a lid anh ebnraehrJoU- oo thelheater IMre family n good acting koreandaproven breeder Hta hIm before I looking your mam If you lire looking for a I lirwder at living price Hired by Gn I IIleraxi1arcltdam byTeleareph Snddamby by Manrbrlno UhlefJ0 n fdYNI- fustonyllle I 1 K1I CHESTER JEWEL Mr itatllon Chctttr Jewel black 14- tukndt will mnkntlie loaionof IWt at I110utu01OcdarUreekat1Srto Inure n- Wrvd oJ UytnlC colt br theater fare lit dam by Second Jewel TbUmnrolithodaiiiof a mare that told fart xtiddam by llolnieiDrunnon and dart Anna lluford by Montl 4tb dam VI aemfbr OldDennnrkd7thdaym Kpillon by Colyer IIlh Money duo when colt It foaled or mare traded or rued Marts graxvd nt tiM per month all bUll rnld before removal of sr 1 mares hot responsible for accldonti or ercapes JOHN Vf HOLM K 8 Grab Orchard Ky STONEWALL JACKSON JR- ThU fine bluck saddle italllon bite Bred a 1 the great laddln breeding ilnlllon Old HiOHfwall Thlt colfadnni wain Denmark wars llolt n nice colt He has colt to toIninroon nil colts until paid for niarr aadotostead bytiehnproRnator We have perfect success In thli breeding 1 ALLY iRECKINRIDGE This tine black was sired II Major John U Harrli Imported Jack Ho will make the a onof lajfatniy born RI IS to ininre A colt until weaning time 1I11 hisof lW111 now on my farm to bow for good breeding Ire a sure foal getter I A TTIIAYLOR A HONH Ilruinnt hilt 1II1I1arNI HtanfordItI1No- 4SILVER I KING JRi- 7 Me WIUraakolh ICR10n of 1IlOO at my staBle at Cedar orcek nt rt to Iniuro a llTlng colt Htlver King Jr II n dark bay with a t Binae and taU hands high j ilSVa sired by HllTr Kliigte by OnTlme t IOn ef JacksonL ilL dnnr by OnttaHtoMwall Jackion Jr son of Jlubblos Old Stonewall Jackson e- dam 1 t ky Oabbelli l 3d dam a cel- t vehr saddle horse of Wayne county fib daui by Millers Oopperbottom of WAne k eouRw Ww King dam wmrMollle Mounoe by rJ cc Oat1 Lexington ton of nlood9 lilac Hawk M Young America ton of lors oCnRer tlualu tnod the good Jack f NIGGERNlgaero f At b to is a blaelC JaclC old and II nj la4hands4years 4 good IIHthl CJt OIOUd nnd c be i3 W WIIITEOodnrOrootoil Mlan fant and Crab Orchard pice DIGNITY DARE 1982 ound1ilpTroittedginiBaN aad racks fast liRa five distinct gaitp y Biae airing horse trout colt to present datu Never defeated in model ring except ills Iwo eolto Iefuatcd ea head In model rung mit Inrredsburg Colts very kind to break unusually Intelligent Ureat breeder action colU Ore eedteraev-ergotasorrelcoila- ramid Jill eDit ant in h stake ring for lIarrOllburll f Hueklluu colt tint In harness nt Htato I R FalrllKiI 6B of bUcoIti of 1411in paryhlgli 4 11shoulders long tapering necks and I R I elOI1 O In IIustonvllle- at aka to inure a live colt or tsa the season Money for season due at time of first sor vice Dllnn Daro I well known to make further mention of hum poetlllar Dlgnn liar was neverdefeated In a j ri- nrttMr furnished at tko per thaLft taken to prevent accident escapes butt not any ooourbMarl tttlded to nwtber Dl08Q duo In 1I0rtlllak8lmletl Me1O 1Pkene astoavflle 1 MATRIMONIAL Miss Edith Morrow and Mr Fank B Marksbury popular young peop e ofI Lancaster will be married June 9 Miss Llora Bohon the char Ing daughter of Dr and Mrs J T Bohon of the West End wee married in ban yule Saturday to Mr J F Jefferi of Louisville She has frequently Baited here and has many friends in and wound Stanford Mr JclTcra II a prominent young business man of Louisville The engagement of Miss Tov sCar penter to Rev JImer W Carpenter of Lima 0 is announced The wedding will be a beautiful event of June The news is of much interest here where the bride tobe Is much loved and admired and Mr attended college Miss Carpenter is a beautiful young girl ng and ac complished and is a frequent visitor here of Miss Patsy Prowlttj who will be her maid of honor Mr Carpenter is a graduate of Transylvania Bible lIe Is personally very attractive and has a host of Kentucky friends who will be much interested in the news He is now making his home In Lima where he has charge of a church Advocate ENQLEMAWKmjHBNfOn last Wed nesday evening at 8 oclock at Ash land Miss Z annie Wood daughter of Mrs Annie Engleman of this place greatly surprised her friends and became the wife of Mr Charles J Kitch en Jr after a beautiful and most Im pressive ceremony said by the Rev Felix Struve of the ME Church South Miss Englemon with her mother and sister were visiting the grooms elates the Misses Kitchen jit the time of tho marriage and not oven the immediate families were aware of the fact except the father of Mr Kitchen who preced ed the happy pair to the Methodist par sonage and had everything arranged for the binding of two loving hearts together to go lteJI fitful sea andI to share each others joys and sorrows Mite Engleman ta one of Stanfords most popular yoeng ladles and enjoys a large acquaintanceship in this sec tion among the social world besides having a large and Influential tam connection Vo know of noone who has left Stanford that will be moro1 reluctantly gven up than Miss Ingle man by her maay friends and admi rers but who wlJIIat the same time wish for her aU happiness that this world can give to one of Cupids loveli est and fairest daughters while the groom Is ono of Alhlands rising young business men being bookkeeper for the large lumber Interests of Vansant Kitchen Co of tiiat city and who is a most excellent young man and is es teemeq by all who hove the pleasure of his acquaintance The happy pair are cozily domiciled at the Ventura Hotel for tie present preparatory to going to housekeeping in tho early Summer The INTERIOR JOURNAL joins their many friends in extending heartiest congratulations to tho newly wedded couple and wishes for them all the hap plness that can come to them Mr and Mrs Kitchen will arrive Saturday to spend a week with relatives here Mon Past Fifty In Danger Men past middle lIfo have found comfort nnd relief In foloya Kidney Itemcdy L E Morris Dexter Ky writes Up to a year ago my father suffered from kidney and bladder trouble and aoveral physicians pro nounced It enlargement of thorn prostate gland and advised an operation On account of his ago we wore afraid ho could not stand it and I recommended Foleys Kidney Remedy and the first bottle relieved him and after taking the second bottle he was no longer troubled with this complaint New Stanford Drug Co newprohibitory law went Ins to effect Saturday Under Its terms no liquor can be sold for any purpose bydngglsts or any one else Doctors prescriptions will hot be11 recognized as entitling the holders to liquor as heretofore Attorney General Jackson declares the law Is valid and says that all I infractions will be vigorously punished Trouble Makers Ousted When a sufferer front stomach trou Pillshesand Indigestion YtbuL raorohos tickled over his new fine appetite strong nerves healthy vigor all be cause stomach liver and now work right 26o at Pennys Drug StoreJessieMies Antique Is such a boreI When she started talking I noticed Jlmmle Nonsense You werent old enough to take notice when she started talking Late returns from the Democratic primary iri Kenton county show that LW Arnett has defeated Walker Hall for State Senator bya small majority Dr John W Bischoff the blind or cuiitir of WaM ften fa dead J- oj NEWS ROTES Ripley county Ind went wet 891 Bristol Va will vote on local option June 9- Nelson Rogers aged 30 dropped dead on the street at Maysville Charles Forkncr who killed Tandy Haggard in Clark county was held in 10000 bail Two men were killed and three Injured by the explosion of a boiler of a saw mill near Tilton Ark Fire at Gainesville Tex destroyed the county courthouse with all the court records The loss is 50000 Former Gov Thonas T Crittenden of Missouri was stricken by apoplexy while at a Kansas City ball game Robbers armed with shotguns held up the cashier of the People Bank at Bcnbpw III and escaped with 2GOO Surrounded by her children and grand children Mrs Julia Ward Howe cele brated her 90th birthday at her home in Boston Thursday Tho twoyearold daughter of George Rudy of Davlees county was struck by a falling limb while seated in a swing and instantly killed John Weber who it Is alleged made an attempt to kill two Davies county officers was captured at Lewisport and taken to the Owensboro jail The Taylor county jail at Abilene Tex was stormed by a mob and Tom Barnett a cattleman recently convict ed of murder was shot to death in his cellThirteen men were hanged in public at daybreak fn Constantinople having previously been found guilty of complicity in the revolutionary outbreakof April 13 The trial of Mrs Bessie Smoct at Flemlngsburg on the charge of killing her husband resulted in a hung jury Pending another trial she was released on 2000 bond When the 1000 license fee went into effect in Chicago a largo number of saloons were put out of business The li cense expired April 30 and not one of the saloons that had them allowed them tolapseFain Stephens baggagcmaster on the Tennessee railroad was shot andI Instantly killed at Bowen Tenn by John W Thomas who entered the baggage car and shot him five times Thomas is believed to mentally unbal ancedFearful of provoking race trouble the Federal authorities have decided not to interfere In the strike of the firemen on tho Georgia railroad at least not until tho State authorities have had ample opportunity to effect a settlement of the controversy Eight bags of registered mall supposed to be the loot of the Union Pacific train robbery were found in the attic of the Brown Park schoolhouse- In South Omaha near which the guns and masks of the robbers were found Thursday Tho mall had been rifled Former Gov Thomas T Crittenden of Missouri died Saturday at his home Kansas City aa the result of a stroke of apoplexy sustained on Thursday Mr Crittenden was 71 years old Ho was a native of Shelby county this State and in recent years had made several visits to his native State Indictments charging fraud in the Muskogee town lot cases have been returned by tho United States grand jury at Tulsa against Gov Charles N Has kill F E Severs W TL Hutchins C W Turner A Z English and W R Eaton Tho accused men aro charged with obtaining titles from the government to town Iota In Muskogee by illegal methods Women Who Are Envied Those attractive woman who are lovely In face form and temper are the envy of many who might be like them A weak sickly woman will be nervous and irritable Constipation or Kidney poisons show In pimples blotches skin eruptions and a wretch ed complexion For all such Electric Bitters work wonders They regulate Stomach Liver and Kidneys purify the blood give strong nerves bright eyes pure breath smooth velvety skin lovely complexion Many charm ing women owe their hoalth and beau ty to them COo at Pennys Drugstore The will of the lato Henry H Rog ers the Standard 01 millionaire was admitted to probate at New York Practically the entire estate valued according to Wall street estimates at be willultren and their heirs The only public bequest Is one of 100000 to the town of Fairhaven Mass Mr Rogers birthplace to be used for school purposes The cleverest Imitation of real Cof fee ever yet made Is Dr Snoops Health Coffee It Is fine In flavor and Is made In just ono minute No tedious 30 or 30 minutes boiling Made from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Peonys Drug Store IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Sallie Ann Patterson Is dead at Jamestown aged 85 George L Barkley a wealthy farmer of Jessamine is dead Joe F Carrico a prominent Marion county farmer Is dead G W Walker a prominent citizen of Anderson county is dead Andrew Guynn an aged and respect ed citizen of the Print Lick section is deadD R Brownfield for many years a resident of Junction City Is dead at an advanced age Tolby Miller who killed John Chad well In Laurel county was given 26 years in the penitentiary Five shares of stock in the Garrard Dank Trust Co at Lancaster belong ing to the estate of George W Evans sold at 105 G W Hill of Williamstown has ac cepted the position as cashier of the Citizens bank to succeed M W Dickey Somerset Times The republican county committee of Garrard will meet June 3 to fix the time and manner of naming a ticket for county officers Robert Boyd has resigned as master commissioner of the Laurel circui- court and J K Lewis has been ap pointed in his place The widow of Capt Boston Dlllion was found dead in bed at Lancaster She was 70 years old and had been in bad health for years The ladles of tho Junction City Chris tian church will have a Rummage Sale tonight Tuesday June 1st in the va cant office room opposite W A Reynolds drug store Coroner C D Samuels of Madison county was found dead In a twofoot pool of water near his home Acting Coroner J D Dykea conducted the in quest and suicide was the verdict No cause is known for the deed Work on the new railroad bridge at High Bridge on the Cincinnati Southern has begun A huge derrick has been erected and GO men are engaged in lowering concrete which will form the foundation of the new structure The new bridge will be 30 feet higher than the present one Here and There Onefifth of the countrys wealth is represented on the New York Stock ExchangeSenator Aldrich scored again in the Senate by securing an increase In the duty on barley Fifteen and perhaps 30 more persons were killed In n tornado that devastated the Oklahoma towns of Key West and DepewFive persons and the engineer were injured in a railroad wreck on the Cen tral of Georgia 30 miles East of Chat tanoogaMrs Frederick H Alms of Cincin nati has given 100000 to tho fund be ing raised to erect a Lincoln memorial In that city- Frederick W Hedgeland builder of the great organ in the Mormon temple at Salt Lake City died suddenly at his J home at Canton 0 Leaders in Congress predict that the tariff bill will bo disposed of in time to permit adjournment of the extra session early In July Friends of Senator J W Bailey say ho will be a candidate for Governor of Texas to get another vindication Ho will not leave tho Senate Could Not Be Better No one has ever made a salve olnt ment lotion or balm to compare with Bucklens Arnica Salvo Its the one perfect healer of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores Scalds Dolls Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum For Sore Eyes Cold Sores Chapped Hands Its su promo Infallible for PUce Only 23o at Pennys Drug Store A large delegation of citizens of Mo bile headed by Mayor Lyon called on President Taft at the White House and presented him with an invitation en graved on a silver plate to visit Mobile The President said if he made a trip West this fall and returned through the South he would visit Mobile Dont drug tho Stomach or stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That Is wroog It Is tho weak n that are out for help Vitalize these weak Inside controlling nerves with Dr Snoops Restorative 1 and seo how quickly good health will come to you again Test it and see Sold by Pen nys Drugstore The village of Zephyr Tex was wrecked by a tornado 32 bodies have been taken from the ruins which took fire CO or more people were seriously or fatally injured and scores of others hurt Many of our citizens are drifting to wards Bright disease by neglecting sympEomeof kidney and bladder trouble which Foleys Kidney Remedy will quickly cure New Stanton Drug Co Xuct Reproduction cf this Style Shoe 1 OXFORDSe ++TfT ffT ++++++ tt ++++++++ Green White Tan Ox tBlood and Black = G I IN ALL THE STYLES FOR 1909 for Men Women and Children e Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5OfOOOOO Surplus 3800000 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER- J W ROCHESTER TELLER H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS B OIVse Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Cotter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T C Ran kin TraylorOilbortsH Cummins Preacbersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek Use Arnolds M r 4BuggicsMJfr There is nothing better We paint Old VeMc hicles and make them look like new Get our prices We solicit your trade R M ARNOLD DANVILLE KY j rsi atonal 9JdJit Stanford JCy OryaniMtd 1882 Capital tSt JSO OOO Smrplu and 9fintt M 1 rofittt 119 000 Nfl paid in DlvidonJa atno Organisation S25OOS- nolta Vfow Jfccountf on Our OUII OFFICERS JS Hocker President S T Harris Vice Presideat John J McRoberts Cashier H O Bangbaua Awt Cashr WWiSaHBdersBeekfcfepflr n I DIRECTOR I 3 F Reid J H Baughman M D Elmore JM Fettvt H C Baughman J F Cummins ST HarrattO ORobfasoa W B OBannon J SHocker C E Tater J toM The Interior Journal L Co WALTON I GAINES BOBS UP AGAIN rc ii CoL NOEL GAINES who hankers iaCternotoriety even as the hart after I the water brook Is again enjoying the delight of occupying the center of the limelight Ho will be remembered as the plaintiff in several libel suits which+ he prosecuted in distant counties from which he and his defendants lIved and before hostile judges to them when the I socalled HalyLassing letter which he sprung on the public was pronounced a forgery This letter and his charges against democratic State officiate were by Willson and his gang in the las and won immediate recogni fusedfor Gaines when the governor be to dish out the pie He was given place and another till now he bobs up as assistant to Inspector and Exam iner Thatcher In this capacity he made charges against Adjutant General John stons use of the military fund which according to Auditor James were un warranted Resenting them as well as the examination of his office by Gaines Gen Johnston tendered his resignation Perhaps charges of irregularities against the generals political course could be sustained but there is not a man who knows him who could be made to believe other than that In business and financial integrity the general is without reproach Therefore any charges of official delinquency made by Gaines or any one else fall exceedingly fiat especially when the animous is so apparent Gov Beckham who his himself felt the colonels poisoned darts sees an effort also to criticise his administration has an editorial in his O State Journal in which he scores Gov WillsonXfor rewarding such a man and permitting him to cast aspersions upon the honor of such an official as Gen Johnston Ifno other evidence of th smallness of Gov Willsona nature w manifested than the employment of a man whose only claim to preferment a republican administration is that villified the governors predecessor wouldfully establish it The INTERIOR JOURNAL predicts that like Gov Beck ham Gov Willson will regret that he gave aid and succor to him before he has been in office another 12 months TUB beef trust has raised the price of meat 20 per cent making it higher by 60 to 100 per cent than in the flush times of 1907 This rapacious concern- S not content with its profits on meat is trying to control the shoe market Ex J Gov Douglas of Massachusetts says that unless Congress shall put hides on the free list the beef trust will have a s monopoly on leather and in less than 10 boote trust now controls the leather trust and tbe 15 per cent duty gives it an enormous advantage There is no prospect of the tariff being taken off On the contrary it will likely be increased and the beef trust can roll in wealth while the poor get poorer in contributing tits o coffers for necessities MR ROOSEVELT calls himself a fau 1nalnaturalist the Africans call ht Trwano Tumbo but Dr Long sap he is nothing more nor less than a na ture fakir a game catcher pure and simple his only interest lying chiefly in the directlonof blood butchery and + brutality What any one wants to kill just for the fun of killing we are unable to understand It seems to be proof of a blood thirsty and cowardly nature IT is said that Albert Charlton who voted for Bradley over the democratic nominee for U S Senator will not be a candidate for reelection from the Louisville district that he dishonored However until we hear from his sponsor Mr Watterson who so far has not re pudiated him like he did McNutt wet shall not put our money on the proposi tion that he will not be a candidate It c all depends THE Louisville business men may ra olute against State wide prohibition as they did last week but the people will do the voting The saloons themselves are resposible for their own undoing Trying to dominate In politics and disregardful of law have made them odi 013 in the sight of the majority which has determined that they must go A THIRD grand jury has indicted Gov Haskell of Oklahoma for conspiracy to defraud the government in the Mus kogee town lot cues The governor maybe guilty but we doubt it The persistence of government sleuths seems to be the result of his row with Roosevelt who set on foot an effort to either ruin or embarrass him THE man who put the comic opera Fibrodoro on the stage has been ad judged a bankrupt The original sex tet of beauties have all struck paying dirt however Evelyn Thaw Nannie Patterson and the rest have been as continually in the lime light since as they were while on the stage TIlE Brooklyn man who wrote 13170 words on a postal card must have been very much out of a job A busy man hae ail time for such a useless expenditure of energy c MRS CARRIE CHAPMAN CAT presi dept of the National W C T U evl 1 dently has it in for men She says half of them she knows are lobsters and the other half shrimps It will be remem bered that when Mr Roosevelt said that he did not regard the woman suf frage question as important this sweet little Catt bird called him an old tree toad Mrs Catt seems to be a spiteful old feline who doesnt help her cause by such expressions of ill temper and ill manners SENATOR BRADLEYS speech in favor of the repeal of the six cents tax on leaf tobacco sold by the farmers was a masterly one lie charged the Amer ican Tobacco Trust with being respon the totpoverty There is every reason for a repeal of the tax but Aldrich will not I permitit NEARLY every you read about nowadays began life as a news boy The new republican Senator from Illinois Lorimer elected by the votes of democrats after a struggle lasting four months was once a newsboy The older statesmen graduated from rail splitting canal driving and the like ADAM GOD the Kansas fanatic who killed a policeman who interfered with his meetings was given 25 years and the people who doubt his power may well say as they did of old If thou be God release thyself from these bonds JUDGE R G WILLIAMS won the dem ocratic nomination for Commonwealths attorney in the Kenton district as his many friends and admirers in this sec Von of Kentucky hoped and believed he would POLITICAL Senator Aldrich forced votes on the thee oasf the committee being sustained preee robi has accepted an invitation to a public banquet to be given there in his honor Aug 3 President Taft has accepted honorary membership in the Associate Society of Chapin Post Grand Army of the Re public at Buffalo N Y said to be th largest G A R post in the world President Taft sent a message to Congress renewing the recommendation of President Roosevelt for the appro prlatlon for participation of the United States in the Universal and Industrial Exposition to be held in Brussels in 1910 Senator Bradley made a strong pie for the removal of the sixcent tax or- t I tobacco in a speech delivered in the Senate He declared that the grower- were at the mercy of the trust and said that nightriding was due to the trusts oppressionThe Committee met at Co lumbia and decided that L T Neat was the regular nominee and that his name should go under the log cabin It is likely thatLllburn Phelps will carry the contest before the State Central Committee pleastobacco in a speech delivered in the Senate He declared that the growpjs were at the mercy of the trust and said that night rlding was due to the trusts I oppressionUnder PayneAldrich tariff bill the chairman of the Finance Committee hypes tp increase the receipts of theI treasury for 1911 about 94000000 above the receipts for 1908 and 32000 000 in excess of those for 1907 and make books balance National Maga zinc Just after tho Senate adjourned Sen ator Bailey of Texas and W S Manning a representative of the New York Times engaged in a fight There was a reference to Mr Baileys character ization of the New York Times writer as anlnfamous liar and too soon for bystanders to apprehend what it was all about Manning struck Bailey with his umbrella and the two men clinched They were separated without injury Petitions are being circulated in Mc Cracken Ballard Carlisle and Marshall counties which compose the Second Senatorial district urging Judge E Barry editor of the Benton Tribune- to run independently for the State Sen ate It is understood that Barry will run if the number of signers is encour aging Barry was recently defeated by W V Eaton of Paducah for the 1 pUbIIclyEvervone would be benefited by tak- Ing Foloys Orlno Laxative for con stipation stomach and liver trouble at it sweetens the stomach and breath gently stimulates the liver and regulates the bowels and it much superior to pills and ordinary laxatives New S Stanford Drug CoyThe largo plant of the Manufacturing Company of Carlisle Pa makers of steam and electric frogs switches etcbwas destroyed by fire causing a 125000 Pains of women head pains or anyt pain stopped in 20 tnlnutes sure with Dr ShoopsPink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25c Box Sold by Pen flys Drug Store j 1 d R 1 i H MASONS MEET- I Lincoln Lodge Ho 00 FA AM will meet in stated communication on eeh nflt nml third Monday nights of each month at TWO oclockln hill on main itreeet Hton ford Ky Members of sister lodges are fra ternally invited to be present W len nlngton 8e- cSEASON OF 1909 Wo will stand nt my farm near 1rench ersville tho wellknown Hllas Anderson lack which has ni tunny 1100 InLurenlivingcolt Ited a living colt lie will bo permitted to serve only u limited number mares BIHLIPEYTON- I will stand my One mule Jack IVyton at farm at Morelnnd Kat JStoliuuro a living colt Also will stand atondard bred registered Wilkes stallion nnd three Ono young will to permitted to serve a few mares tree to my regulnr customers where they breed three snares or more n Iry KINO ASHLAND BROOK No WKM 0117 A T nll bred b Eugene Rock er Georgetown Ky Ashland Brook was foaled 1VU solid bay with left bled loot white stands It3f hands IKDIOHEK Hired by dent brook No 107W record lil the sire or Margaret ltathgate3llK CLUe Brook 8 JUT lA- d llellbrook sITt Jennie Brook If JiITM Elliott Stone liUU Lady Brook and Running llrook Y5 Silent Brook by l1Rrku No NIt theatre of Searchlight DarknlghtsiredbyAlcyone No2IJj- I Vnlpa- tIW record 287 Ashland llrook 1st dam Hunn Wren by Ashland Wilkes sail record IIIH the sire ot John U GentryYW1Sally To ler fo Ashland Wilkes sired by He- dWlllrellH by George Wilkes second lo LIlly by Pretender 11St and dam by JIm ronrooHG Nova Ashland Brook Is n handsome tel low with lots of substance has a bold way of going with speed style and action Ills 011181 crop of colts are two years old and tbo nre ono could expect they all bear the good colors with make great the present and season at13 tortosuru living colt Will also stand the trent mule and Jeonet Keune at 110 for mares and ta for Jennets to insure n Ilvlng colt 111117 brthePrince the sire of Joe Ulackburnrnnn Brig nolln Billy Keene stands full 18 hands black with white points nnd as n breeder Is unsurpassed al mule orJennet lack his colts always bringing the highest prices Mares traded parted with or bred elsewhere for sits the Insurnnco and money becomes duo nt the time of such transaction KING EAGLEI No 2SM l 0111 A S II 11 King Eagle ls III hands high dart rosy with flowing mane and toll goes all the gaits with plenty of speed style and actio- n1xnfoaaaSired by Royal King by Un7 Imu7S hI by HtonlwRII JoCklOO- I 7i Iloynl Kings let damn Mollie Mounts lexlnFton she by Kagle Bird 1014 be by Old King Kn gtet0Yddnm by lied IJon and dam by DemandnNOTI King Eagle Is acombinedstallion ItleI1theHtunfoNMalrnndrhoilWetakoatLou caster defeating here four of tho get of the grent Rex Ieavlne Thlsget of King Kagle s thataprlcIKingthe low pdceottibtohuurenliving colt Jimtlto Insure n living colt Jim Kvene sired by millJollaWellsIs 153 4 hands high blnc wltb white polnttu JackAll mentioned stock will make the season of low at our stable SK miles West of Stanford on the Hhelby Oily pike Mares traded with or bred elsewhere forfeits tile Insurance and money becomes due at the time of such transaction For further Information call on or address HT HAimm k noBT WOODS Phono nllIng 8 Stanford Ky Chester Peavine 8191 IDcpcntiTioxANDniieKniNa with Fouryenr best of Sited T y loci Mint dam Miss Madison IMS by Chester Dare 10 Second daub by Peavlne 83 Third dam by Stonewall Jackson nNOTK This horse needs no Introduction to the people of this county lie has been before the publlo since a twoyenr ohl and his show record Is known to all sulllce It to say be was shown nil over Kentucky last season by O T Snndldge nnd met defeat only n few times He went around no horse showed every week agajnst alleges lnweep stake saddle rings nnd was never further back than second He Is n show horse un doe saddle In harness he has won quite a number of roadster rings He defeated nil rlnllYou es of Black Squirrel two of of Stonewall Jackson It you are looking for fashionable saddle horse blood here It II Hoe him and see him do and you will breed to him Will serve limited number of mares at PI to Insure a living colt ALL PEAVINE Subject to Ilectiter This horse Is three years old n red orreln good shaped one and as good gaited one nl will find anywhere He Is 161 hands high was shown nil over the State last year and was only defeated twice b twoyear old stallions once underaddleand once In harness Defeated both times by his half brothers So you see he hasnt a bad record unpileblonvlne 80iiid dam by Wnrron Harris Den yooRrelookingto permitted to servo limited number of mares at ISO to Insure a Jiving colt At same time and place will stand two good mule Jacks M 9 allying colt theyhavemadeseveralseasons every one knows their colt Service fee due on the above ndvertlied stock when mares sold traded or bred to other stock Due la all oases when colt Is fooled DRLIIaRSBred This stallion II ivdurlc bay 4 years old It hands l Inch high with best of bone action pedli countyDivlmas Chief 1st UahitockingsNOTK In offering tho services of this oung stallion I feel that he Is what wo need hreedlngllzcbonobig enouglr to work sell nnd also to mokoIbrood mare See him bofoto you will breed to him Ho II well enough red to set trotters 1rrlceof10tocolt Is foaled mare trailed sold pr bred to ther stock At same time and place the two good mule nilknowMoneydueno S bOUDDKtKoKlnny JeT R u i Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monu meritsMhrkers and Posts Cemetery and lAwn Vases and Bottets Office and work Me Kinney Ky CONCRETING We are In petition to do nit kinds of con emoting ns Work rnvement and In fact we cnn make any thing trout II house down to n fence last We run serve you promptly and guarantee nrrtclnss work and material our prices before you buy your material nt least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Insures Ttbacoa and Ttbaooo tarns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Ityonc Ms Office Soli Insure with mo and be fully protect- edSafeguard the 1 The safest sure- stFuture and most adequate safe guard for the future Is a policy in The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It 19 conspicuous for economical manage ment liberality of Its contracts fair dealing with nalnenllien and large return topolicy holders The company Is Just entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR- of a successful business career with more policy holder In Lincoln county than all other companies combined Write for particulars stating age and whether roar sled or single to It AgtlIIenJames I White Solicitor for Itockcastle Oo JAMES N DYE Optical and Ex r Watchmak er located permanently at Icltlnne K with n for testing the eyes olio athoroughtmowledge and prac tical from two schools The South BandCollege of tic ano I Bradley Polyteonlo Institute of I eerie III Ilorologiral Department II you are ant feting from eyestrain headache or If you are nervous Irritable those aro the 1n tress of some derangement of the refrac the yitem which mn1 often develop lnt- chronioorfncurnbledlseaseottheeye and can In most cases bo prevented by properly fluted glasses Care should be taken In se lecting your glasses Misfitted lenses In very many case prove to U Injurious nnd sometimes fatal Therefore you should con suit n practical optician Watchmaking My watchmaking depart mentlecompletelneveryrespect Van do pivoting tuning Jeweling and all kinds of watch repairing In the molt skilled and careful manner Watch repairing not watch tlnkerlngor botching Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Kyi Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods INSURANCE R B MAHONY Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLive StockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount Almont Dare 3228 A 8 UK Sired by Dignity Dare IWg he by Chester KingWilliamUteretl In VotlOA T H It She by Ab dallah Mambrlno S715 he by Almont 188 I 2nd dam Lady Duvls by Orlt Davis by Hour I oreignLight4tb dam lIelIe Vlby VunnlollhmtCopper bottomlItb oy onAll on are III we are able to discover is the first horse on record hay Ing to his credit the honor of defeating with I his own progeny those of his great sire Dig nit Dare doing so with his first cropof I colts every time they came tOllltber As an- individual this Is n very attractive horse Id hands high with tote of weight and finish color 00 action extremely high and fas- tShow8distinct saddle gaits all very fast and A full brother to the great Nettleton thatsold at 4 years for FoxyDarenumber of shows thairnny maro ever sired I Dignity Dare Were It not fortwoapllntrcomingonlmhm ho would el1ll1 Championship This horse ism result of u long and mating of the very bItthe country afforded His backing In blood J and Individuality ns strong ni Gibraltar nod his colts are ruplllly mrovluq hum RIo this horse and you will be well paid Ho will make tho season of 1W8 nt our stable VA tulles from Hustonvllle on the Huston yule h Liberty pike at 15 to Insure a living colt Mares traded or bred elsewhere ren transactionWillGrass In abundance at 9 month Our personal Attention to all stock but will not be responsible for accidents B8 roWKLLSONHnltonville Ky t SUMMftwI J +in LflRf t tr tCoolWeight Full Bloomer Trousers Shirts Light Cool Underwear NegligeeI Low 7 r Gauze Socks Straw and Panama Hats Low Collars and Narrow Ties These are thear ticles needed now and we can furnish them t in many prices and patterns 1 tr fl II H J McROBRTS I STANFORD KENTUCKY II I Prescription Pointers I It is customary for every druggist to claim to be but in prescription work jGood claim but we cant all be but This store claims ability capability facility and a complete stock of drugs We have the goods the equipment the experience 1T N PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Are You Going To Build l shouldthe If i n a better position to build you a nice Brick Dwelling or A Neat Business House ltr puta+ small and the distance will not stop us from figuring with you matters not WeJurnlshfree of charge FRITZ KRUEGER F H MILLER 1 10 OUR lAWN TO t is a lets expensive and better fence lureblo r saw hammer and nails to keep it iu repair Call at our store tee tho beautiful fabric and gates and lot us show you the low prices on a good fence jobr i GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford co- II r j I Y T+ trfY IF No 12471 Mulberry Self Stripe Suit size 34 worth 8S0 now 11675 t No 12411 Green Self Stripe suit airs 30 worth 830 now 81675 No1850t Greeh Self Stripe Suit size 34 worth 830 nOw 81675 No 11321 Roee Self Stripe Suit size 34 worth 81650 now 81075 KY JVNK 1 100 tSTAnORD soda water at Penny a J PERSONALS C E BoilON of Lebanon was IMR Sunday W K WArNER was with the in Garrard TUDOR was In Mt on business DR E J DROWN is In Louisville attending mere lectures Miss ANNIE DAVIS McRoBERTS is I vklting her cousin In Danville MRS R B WILKINSON and daugh ten tare visiting in Casey county MR AND MRS F J JONES of Crab Orchard were callers at this office FrI- day 1 Misa LENA PALMER went to her ho at Klrksville Friday to spend her vac ttenf MARTHA VARNON of Ashcvllle ta with her aunt Mrs Matti LITTLE MIH Elizabeth Bush Alton of Mlller burg Is visiting Miss Louise t Woeda 1MI88 BETTIE PAXTON has returned c a ptott acted visit to Louisville t KATHLEEN WALTER and Allie Nlatlvei of Lancaster were with friend IM EMMA V WARREN has resignt 4herposition u saleslady in Cos s FINE picture of Howard Camnttz Hustonvllle appeared In Sunday 11A limal JOSEPH B PAXTON attended a of his graduating class at Rich lilt week 1 Miss MATTIE MCCLARY is visiting I her eister Mrs W A Yeager at i Fork Ridge Tcnn- MR T J SMITH and family havo re turned to Rowland after a lengthy so journ at Woodward la Miss JENNIE NKWLAND will return J this week from Campbellaburg whetishe taught the last year I HON CEO E STONE and little sonI of Danville wero here Saturday theI t formeron legal bualneIMR AND MRS J E JOHNSON oCI Pittiburg Pa are with her parents Mr and Mrs G P Bright MESDAMES MATTIE NENIUS and Dot tie CaWwcll pro with tho family of J E Buck at Gilberts Creek Miss HELEN WHITE of Stanford the guest of Mi a Olllo Dodaon Wil more Cor Jessamine Journal Miss ELIZABETH SHUMATE of Dan vllle who has been with Miss Bertha Jackson went up to London yesterday MBSDAMBS MARY OWENS and W B Penny hud Mecsrs G M Cooper and C B OweM of Danville were hero Y6IterdayIMM8RB A K BIND WOODS W of Garrard were on yesterdays train r- a turning from Louisville where the had been to tee Mr Ed H Walker who I there in a hospital and who is getting along nicely MRS H J McRoBERTS and daughter Annie DavIe of Stanford visited Mrs R E McRoberts Misa Kather- Ine Harrta of Stanford Ia visiting her grandparent Judge and Mrs E W Harris Mice Polly Traylor of Stan r eJi 6AnaleisfraeaThird street and his family will movJ from Stanford to Danville in the course of a few days Mr McRoberU was for nuraber of years a leading druggist in Stanford and after selling out accepted a position with Mr J E Davis the local pharmacist His daughter MlM Mary McRoberts is well remem bered as a student in Caldwell College is Recently she baa been studying music in Cincinnati and ia said to be a very in fine vocalistAdvocate LOCALS RINK Friday night LIBBEY cut ee at Muellers 00MCLOTuRe French cleaned Cook In Farmer Dr A GOOD tobacco bed for sale J D Cathenlaob Stanford was V 4 his BEDDINO plants are now ready and and we are ready to put them out Ed Hub bard l on Somerset street at Fade tin shop 0LooK in Trlbblo Pence handsomo china closets for Mrs McClarya hand paIntedchIna DR W N CRAIG 0 oculist and opt 1 clan Office over II J McRoberta clothing store SCREEN doors at moneysaving prices Wo Include a box of fixtures with sac door G D Hopper nI WILL have another hat sale Satur day Every hat goes at a reduction Miss Ella May Saunders TAXRBThe tax boobooksfor 1009 areInow ready Come in and Rot your I ceipt T J Hill sheriff THE Thatoriumcnnttaupe to draw crowds Change of pictures every Monday Wednesday and Friday night r Bea per 6 I per 1000 W S Wlgham Moreland 4teA NUMBER of lovers of the sport from this place attended the match game o base ball between Harrodaburg and Lancaster on the latters grounds FrI day afternoon Lancaster won both games Miss MARY J the talented elocutionist hoe keen selected as Som proofs representative at the contest to held in Stanford Juno ICth under he direction of Mlia Polly Traylor Tho contestants will represent the cream of Central Kentucky elocution Ista Somerset Times TilE county officiate of Garrard will publish a statement of tho financial con dition of that county in a taw days This ia done according to law Our tie cal court doesnt seem to have aa high regard for tho law as that of our neighboring county What is tho matter 7 Certainly there is no rottenness in Lln coln THE young people ofto DapUstJ church of Crab Orchard will interesting play Among the Dreakt ore at the Baptist church night week Tuesday June 8 tho proIcredo to go to tho church Tho aion price will be 15c and 25c Go an see a good play and help a most lauda blo causoIPOSITIVELY I will credit no one for laundry I will cheerfully deliver all no1ed t it will be kept at my barber shop until it is paid for I am compelled to take this step owing to an accumulation of accounts which has put me in tho holot Ed Wilkinson 1 THE Court of Appeals affirmed th judgment of tho Lincoln Circuit Cour- n the case of T J Hill Sheriff against phoyf Boyle had pastured In Lincoln The curt says the cattle are not taxable in Lincoln countysMR J S HOCKER president of the Cumberland Valley Land Company roo turned from Dig Stone Gap Va Sat urday While there he gave an option to M D Bachman Jr manager of the Black Mountain Coal Land Co on I Cfandmade subject to the approval of the- irectors who will meet in Stanford une 5th 1 MR J A HAMMONDS has sold his stock of groceries at Hubble to Boone Sanders of Hcdgevlllo Possession will be given between Aug 15 and Sept 1 Ho gives up the mercantile business because of falling healthand undecided aa to his business future We hope however that ha will remain Lincoln county where he has alefrieuda and where he Is SIveryuBBNTON Dr Percy Benton Grand Senior Deacon of the Masonic Grand Lodge of Kentucky died at his home in Vernon Friday night lIe had been declining health for several months lo Benton was widely known as a phy- sIcIan Mason and Knight Templar He 45 years of age and Is survived by olio and two children The funeral burial took place at Mt Sterling Sunday and was in charge of the Grand Lodge of Maeona of Kentucky I Values Extraordinary Ira real paving appeals to you read this list of reductions on very de eirablo merchandise Every garment bought thia eenson of the newest colors and fabrics Almost identical in stylo and color to the Fall models now king shown Como and look these over they are positively the great est bargains you ever saw 1iFOLDINGgoodnew for sale at a bargain It taken at once Mrs W D McRoberta 0 LeghornMrs R L Berry Hustonvllle Ky 1Phone 833 rings DenhamsI nhnow save 7 Yards at Stanford and Rowland o InIc etc see me at Chas Wheeler Emporium Hustonvillo each Friday Gab eW Bradsbaw TUB Journal of Education fiesta- Mass published Prof J W Irelands paperInfluencoand made a most complimentary notice of It SEETiiEKnAUSE RIDING CULTIVATOR It has everything on tho market beat in the way of a riding cultivator The pivot axle Is a practically two in on- t plow Can plow as good on roiling Ian as on level Dont tail to see it be loco buying E T Pence o gaiscity was alive with people Tho annual street fafr was going on and Pu laskians were on hand from Buck creek to the head waters of Fishing and fro Burnsldo to Buncomb Since tho beau tlful fountain and park have been built In the square thero Is not 8uffichDtI room for tho street fair in so e fair grounds were pressed into service Most of the shows were good and the free attractions were abovo tho average Somerset is moving along nicely and business is good notwithstanding the fact that tho division has been mov ed to Danville and not a great deal of work is being done in tho shops The stores have every appearance of pros perlty the banks are full of money and some building and late of repairing is going on Tho republican campaign county offices is warming up and between now and June 12 when the prl mary will be held there will be pulling hauling galore Seventy candl antda one countyman Judge E S Gooch Is still holding down the office of city or police judge to the satisfaction of good people and to tho terror of evil doers Ho splendid calamity to defeat such a satisfactory II verydesirousTimes win the secretaryship of the subcommitteo which will havo its head quarters at Lexington He is well deservingt I HONOR ROLL Stanford Graded and igh School for ninth month Grade IGraco Anderson James DeazleyJosephlno GeorgoFlecse I man Rebecca Goldstein Walker Hubble Morris Jackson Daisy Lunsford Marie Powell Stella Walker Lucid Waters Louise Waters Grade 2Rachel Hillj Mary Burke Willie Rankin Wilbur Connett Tilden Ballot Dawea Virgil Moore Grade SCarrie Anderson Florence Dawea Sylvia Farmer Annlo R Powell Hobart Arnold Richard Arnold Leon Davis Claiborne Walton Grade 4 Klein Brady Clinton Coleman Joe T Embry Matsy Grimes Jesse Hocker Nellio Wilson Hill Jean Paxton Ethel Powell Hartwell Shanks Grade 6Maud Arnold Frances n Brackett Bessie Brackett Georgia Ca bell Ella Eichenberger Bessie Moore HarryFarmer Or MaryShepherd do51cRaney m1GrlmesidyGrade Catherine Gentry Oca Mo t- serLucy Leo Walton in keep Freshman John SL II Waters and 8rSophomore TziHopperJunlorTMmailrlghtL rJ p WEDDING and graduating presents ofI quality at Muellers THERE will be ngat Waltons Opera House Friday night GermiC C Carpenter Huston vllle 0 enofc IN order to vary the monotony these quiet times the young folks w enjoy a rink Friday night UNCLE ALLEN SMITH a well known Negro of tho Logantown willittoday TUB bankers and postmaster took holiday yesterday but tho rest of put in the usual number of hours at hard labor In tho afternoon a number of old soldiers marched to the cemetery and placed flowers on the graves their old comrades 0 wdIn New Mexico and the remains were brought here and Interred in Buffe- tcemetery at 1 oclock yesterday att gravobydied several years ago but two sons aged 1G and 18 survive Mrs Murphy Nemw of one of her boys Her brother Capt W R Hutch of Lexington accompanied tho remains here CIRCUIT COURT Mike Munday on trial for killing little Kittle Farmer when we went to press Friday was acquitted William Barnett was given three years for forgery Miller Broad dus got 10 years for theft The casea of Steve Benedict for shooting at the Moreland camp meeting was continued W N Lane was fined 100 for pointing his pistol at another Walter Warfield cutttngDelvacutting Wm Adams was also given bwefreedom Maude Ella Johnson forfeit ed her bond of 100 The contest case of M S Baughman against W L Carty over the democratic for sheriff had the attention of the court when we went to press The McKinney Woolen Mills McKinncy Ky now In operation and ii randy to serve IIn8011II0nketl lUghCltC Ii WniOIIT Pror SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENG NEERING I nni prepared todo all kind of inrveylnamill civil engineering promptly My work will be guaranteed nod Ire reu unable Write me at McKinney or call mover tho telephone through the Uuitonvlllo WALTER SICKINNEY The Truth Every person in this city who is suf fering from Eczema Pimples Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanent JexternalPENNYS DRUG STORE = FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUK1 TY FOR SALE I I A tine blue grasi term tale situated on I new pike nenr 1olnt Leavell and ilx mileloutn of Lancaster containing Pea acres I belnapartresidencetbervoiifgood new bona 40x00 Well watered six TTKKMS4ycconLIoriont looking for inch place please write tee O WALKER 8tantordth AN ORDINANCE The city council of the city of Stanford ordain as follows It ihall bo tho duty of tbo owner of property In the town of Stanford to cut nil weeds nnd grail from itdowalkiorpaveIn front of tbo of lIch own IIIITJRIIII grail Tho fnlluro to cut weeds or grata with the time heroin fixed or the failure to the sidewalk clenu and free from gran weeds shall be punlihed by a tine of J6 each offense enactfrom4ioI JOURNAL newspaper A D FLOHENOK Mayo- rLRIIUQIIRNCity TOlerk 4 No 0521 Green and white stripe Alessaline Silk Princess Suit size 36 worth 82250 now 8 15 No 0050101d Rose Messaline Silk Princess Suit size 36 worth 81950 now 81375 I No 10li11 Black Silk Bcngaline Coat size 36 worth 822 now 16 No 1324i Green Stripe Novelty Suit coat skirt size 34 worth 82260 now 1450 No 74081 Grey Stripe Novelty Suit size 34 worth 825 now 815 = i L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin r New Goods I 1 JuU received a line of Ladies Collars and Cords for neck in ollallcolors and sizes Wash Belts Belting Barrettes Ribbons in all Colors Qualifies and Widths Also nice lino of Chil drens and Ladies Hose in all colors Gloves iu Kid and Silk thatbecan our are in and inspect tieWecan save you money on Ladies Skirts and Linea Wash Suits fNUGt1ES MARTIN CO- d r Dry Goods Notions Shoes KENTUCKYr IT ISNT YOU ALONE t Wo want the custom of friendsyour quite as much as we want yours we propose to sell them by pleasing you When you come to us for your SUMMER SUIT are going to give you so good a one for your moneyle that much or littlethat youll be glad to tell your friends about us and about the clothes havenjust received another shipment of nobby patterns and they are the PILE OF STYLE make WEPerkinsCrab Orchard Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE in Lancaster Stanford Hustonville VV and Brodhead 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 at 82760 These cultivators have been in use here for several earl are strictly uptodato in every respect The regular price on the Pivot Gang is 828anelfbe Pivot Axle 831 The reason that I am offering plows at the above price is that I am overstocked Call and seo before buying r E T PENCE STANFORD T c Stock Of Furniture For Sale Tho stock of Furniture in Lancaster Ky owned by tho late J C Robinson is offered for salo privately It is tho only store of the kind in Lancaster and a splendid stand to Dlakenmoney For particulars apply to J B CoUicrLancaserKor JI ROBINSON xur Hustonvillc Kentucky a 4 y The Interior Journal tnteredinthe PottOffice at Stanford as Me daseratter L a N TImE TABLE NoHHouthlliHlMf N03B South 1L06A X NoJ4Nortb4t40A M No M North 617 P x No 57 104T A M No 89 l 0r M JOS 8 RICE Agent FOR SALE I S6bor wer bollerand engine and earn Bill tor sale Will sell either or both aliAS ENSSLIX Ottonhelm Ky Fcstofflco W ynesburg Ky Stock of Merchandise for Sale IMeilre to Roll privately my stock of Oro tJ eerie and Hardware a good bull ness Will invoice about 8600 Reason 111 health OKO D HOPPER Stanford Ky Nttlct PiuHry Raistrs Now li the time of year to teed your fowls a good tonic 41141 cures Cholera Gape lionp canker and Llmberneck when fed as- a preventive It not only keeps them healthy but makes lay Price GO cents no euro no by your druggist OeoilennytryItundert- he guarantee ktor booklet on diseases ofpoultry =Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation foi external use Stops Itching and destroy the germs that andskin diseases Eczema quickly permanently cured by remarkable setUdnl AU Druggists Write for tam pie E W Rose Med Co ItLouis MOo Pennys Drug Store When Ordering Clothes q Have your measure taken by a tailor of ex perience Then your clothes whether low price suit or the finest evenlng clothes will have that individuality and at which plainly Indicate they were made to- OI1rmeaure I will olio take your meas ure for extra trousers fancy vests topcoats and overcoats Spring and summer samples on hand ready your Inspection H O RUlLEY The Tailor etantordKy Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zemo give instant relief and permanently cures any form f Itching Skin or 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 140 acres of good blue grass land lying one mile North of 1IlcKlnneon- be Stanford pike Improvements and fencing good of water fruit Also 125 acres of timbered land one mile East of McKinney half under fence plenty of water and tobacco land Bee grow ngcrop JAGIVKNSAgent McKinney Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the puouc with the best as well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes In connection with the above I have all kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prices OlllUBTlIIAN GREEN HOUHBB KD HUHHAKD PBOK Stanford Ky BUY WDDL HIDES FURS iHtsmIJGolde youthanReference any Bank in Louurille Write foe list and ship Ping tags Wefutnuhwool bags fret M SABEL SONS 1551l KY JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalmers Also Dealers in Fur niture Matting Ru They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them K Call Pricea Right T A FORD KENTUCKY J Ce McClary I Undertakers Embalmer and- Raaler InHarnediaaddleryT- ANFORD KY- OMPkeaeIe7i Hoiao Phore 6n s n I S ecl Dc iJ ifi 1 FAKKIRS DEPARTJttlT JM Roberts of Pulaaki bought a lot of hogs at 5i to 6c R H Crow sold to John Lutes 60 hogs to go July 1st to 10th at GJc Thirty carloads of choice export cat tle were shipped from Cynthiana to Philadelphia Friday Ike Scott of Mercer bought the Capt Harry Brown farm of 144 acres near Versailles at 11060 R II Lillard of Anderson county sold to J D Callery of Pittsburg the mare Rickey trial 213 for 3000 Worthington McMakin sold W T Robertson a mare tunic colt for 145 This is said to be the highest price ever paid for a mule colt in this section Harrodsburg Herald A N Wells of Shelby City owns the greatest cow in the State She gives 36 quarts of milk each day All tho milk is churned each day and makes 11 pounds of butter dailyAdvocate Tho Patten Maywheat deal was clos ed on the Chicago Board of Trade at 134 an advance of 451 cents over the price list of last June It will take some time to figure out the profits of the Patten interests The highest price ever paid for a nine day suckling mule colt in Bourbon was paid when William Thomas sold one to Thomas Robertson of Bath county for 155 The colt to be delivered atwean ing time the purchaser assuming all risk CHURCH MATTERS The Presbyterians special committee decided upon Nashville as the place for the meeting in 1910 loatherThomas H Miles spiritual di rector of St Louis University a native of Bardstown is dead The Northern Presbyterian Assembly adopted a resolution condemning the use of tobacco by ministers and lay menElder Isaiah Boone Grubbs of the College of the Bible at Lexington retired Tuesday on the anniversary of his 86th birthday It has been determined by the Ken tucky Holiness Association in session at Lexington to rebuild Asbury College recently destroyed by fire at Wilmore instead of moving it to Louisville Rev D of the Southern Presbyterian General Assembly was named as secretary of the committee on schools and colleges It will be his duty to visit different points within the preabytery for the purpose of raising funds and maintaining est A Thrilling Rescue How Bert H Lean of Cheny Wash was saved from a frightful death Is a story to thrill the world A hard cold he writes brought on a desperate lung trouble that bathed an expert doctor here Then I paid 10 to 15 a visit to a lung specialist In Spo kane who did not help me Then I went to California but without benefit At last I used Dr Kings New Discovery which completely cured me and now I am as well as over For Lung Trouble Bronchitis Coughs and Colds Asthma Croup and Whooping Cough Its supreme 60c and 81 trial bottle free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Three men were killed and one seri ously injured when a freight engine and caboose on the Mobile and Ohio Rail road ran into a washout on the lino of the Mobile Jackson and Kansas City Railroad To avoid serious results take Foleys Kidney Remedy at the first sign of kidney or bladder disorder such as backache urinary Irregularities exhaustion and you will soon be well New Stanford Drug Oo James Sharp alias ItAdam God was convicted in Kansas City of kill ing Policeman Michael Mullane in a riot and was sentenced to twentyfive years in tho penitentiary Preventlcs those Candy Cold Cure Tabletswill safely an quicklycheck all colds and the Grip Try them once and scot 4825c old by Pennys Drug- Store Why should I move aside And leave the end seat free When on a trolley ride Nobody moves for me Control of the Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton Railway it is announced will pass shortly to the Baltimore and Ohio Ferdinand Shultz hung himself at Harrisburg Texas just after his wife had shot at and missed him The firemens strike on tho Georgia railroad was declared off Saturday Indigestion assmaartburn sad Indi eUon as r1dtbey are irxvioBaa ooly ol a jartala nMtenaaleknyen a It wse thY fart that Bni pomctly ltd Dr aAeea tomeiltemedrDrto tb stomaoh nm alone brooch that ro and fator to Or ehooiand bit Bestonktlve Wl out that vital Prtnol no such laatiaf accomplishment wert ITer to For resa Dill useqs elioop1i4stontivNrablettscan sneesutullr recommend Dr Shoo s RestorativePENNYS t id 1 i P L GOLD BOND of the Wilkes family Foaled MayftflWijSIRES Kcd Hond Rod Wilkes Old George Wilkes Kysdtoks Itatnbletonlan lAxsGamootta wllkol the greatest llv Inn sire of trotters Sod dam lay sold for more moneY than any horse ever brought to Boyle county IIrd dam St El more lt Klmore produced Idol and two others butter than 131 She Is In the old brood moro list This colt U a handsome dark bay 1SJ band of great substance and style OatJ ihown forty cUp without any track handling Is level headed easily hnndlcd should transmit et form style and speed to his colts which ihould sell readily at fancy liuvatmyfarmford on the Short nt 110 to Insure a llr Int colt Will be handled for speed after season A O T SMITH 11 F D No t brANroan Ky Phone liSA Danville Dorsey Golddust 12052 Full brother to Kstelle No J19 Hired byZttcadlQolddusMlUO by Gold dust 160 Vermont Morgan and on to MorganThe Kllcadl Oolddust was by an Imp ArabinnStallionZllcadl dam of Dorsey dolddust la Florence by aoldon lIngo Thief n son of Gaff hornet orKl1n and on to Justin morgan NOTE Inbred Morgan Stallion thetblood nowIn demand A 16 hand high- lIOuibestalllonofgreat with speed and endurance beauty and unexcelled IU a producer of high class show road and Eastern horses The records of his produce both In show and sale rings his value and merit as n producer of tine road ihow and sale horses mybarna living colt Money due when colt comesor maro parted with Mares kept on grass at loo per day Good care given but uo respon sibility accident or ecapo FREID Lincoln Squirrel Red bay 7 years old black polnts14 hands high and full made heavy mane Rood bonesplendldbackand fine neckwolf set In high mounted A combined bred horse but I use him only In harness and a more perfect harness horse I have never seen can step very tat with extreme high action all around and I think him to bo one of the best itall Ions In the State to breed good high olass walktrot and business horse that will bring you fancy prices He has some yearling and two rear old colts that I Invite breeder to see bfMarlonIBS he by Black Eagle H he by King Wll lIam f1t Marton Hqulrrelnrstllam by Green Mountain tnd dam by IIu Edwin For eat Lincoln Squirrels lint dam Kate Messenger by Messenger mil brother to Maude Messenger record S1S 2nd dam Marla Uopauw by Mambrtno Star light a full brother to Lady Thorn 214 gad dam Mollie Urow by Helms Yorkshire Black Squirrel grand sire U the sire of more noted hlghclo saddle horses than any other horse In the world such as High land Denmark Chester Dare Red squirrel and many other Will make the season of 1808 At m barn In Stanford at HUOto insure n living colt Money due when colt Is foaled or mare parted Red Light lied sorrel hone 4yean old19hand high extra weight and bone Hired by famous roadster and sire Red Leaf who is too well known to all horsemen to need description and pedigree he by V- FUlayll9 1st dam by lied Wilkes ned Lights 1st dam was Pity Maid b Oeclllan IUllun ot the great Gambettn Wilkes Snd damn Nell by old lIalsor 3nl dum Nooodoy by St Elmo 4th dam Midnight by mot Jr 6th dam Twilight by Lexington oth dam Darkness by In services of this promising young stallion we feel safe In saying that wltb his size style form speed and action that he is bound to prove n great stock horse Will stand at my livery barn In Stanford nt fIS to Insure a living colt mon ey due when colt Is foaled or mare parted with Be sure to see him before breeding your good more U UFAZLEY Stanford Ky PENCE JR Pence Jr will make the season of 19tM at the barn of he late John Z Hpoonantore mile tram Rowland at flO to Insure a living colt If mare la traded or parted with the icason money become due bay stallion 6 years old full 16 hands high good style andactlonby Pence he by Rlensl he l y uelmont he by Alexan ders ANIallah fences 1st dam Almont Forrest lad dam by Jnrrnrd OhletlIrd dam perbottom1onceUllitolar 106x he by Volunteer Ii6 Ed r lows lit dam by Woburn 2nd dam by a Marabrlno horse Srd dam by Mambrlno Messenger Pence dam by Gllls Vermont Ponce lrscolts arenltshowing- up nicely and they bear of him as a breeder Mares grazed at 1 per month not respon sible for accidents or escapes should any occur GKO SPOON MORE A DUO Rowland J K BAUGHMAN DUck with white poiaU 16 12 hands bodyPEDIRFESired Ns- polen 1st dam by J K Baughmaa Sr he by Old Stonewall2nd dam on jelllldll to by Prince she out ofa jennett by Old 15jacksMORGAN DENMARK By saddle tuliion 16 hands good style and actionPEDIGREESeed Old On Time Itt dam Lady Morgan by Stonewall Jackton 3rd dm by Mkhlm 4th dam by Transby Has proven a at breeder of elae walking horses Will Hand at 8Alto a tplcndid mule jack at 7 The above seasons are due when colt Is foaled mare or jennett traded or parted with Mates and greed at 250 per month Personal attention gcen at aU times Impregnator used when occeuary Gate taken lo prevent but not retpouible should occur Abore mcotJowd stock aad stood by R G PETTUS Stanford R F D No 4 6 miles Crab Orchard do Lancaiter pike Res deace PhoneLaacastet 78- FPRESTON KING iteg2 o6S06AS1111 Beautiful buy saddle stallion 1L2 4 band foaled JUnOlIotIll lilt tire was the greatest show horse n Kentucky lie has balance high action and the ipcvd Indicated by these blood lines He baa the long thin neck itrong abort back delicate head well heavy tall fiat bone clean hock and pcod foot and eye ao characteristic of the Ret of the Denmark We feel that Preston kings speed action and Individuality must add to merit of our Kentucky horses and we ask for him a liberal patronage Tbta rich tybred young horse has nil the qualities of a great lira and style ills pre emh nent blood lines come to him through selected stock Preston KS his sire was the greatest show horse of his day winning at all the lairs and horse show taking the blue string at HI Louis winning tlfui You Ite that Preston King con not help but be n great VnnMeterb8tngs daui acingtowas by raw Stonewall Jackson and on his aint aide to Denmark e- l1antoaaaSlredbylrestonPNb9 Wash Washln5tonienmark64Hllver King hyOn Time by Stonewall Jackson K 8 Hubble great show lion 2nd dam Jlp by the famous caboU Mxlngton by Ulsfi Black Hawk F H sire Dam hells Iambrlno- reKfanIlIlJ WAshington6ldoll Alice 6l by harps King IIi dam V 40 by Granger FBT- KRKH Mare 1 will be kept at WJM tter- month at owners risk They will ret4lvu- the most careful attention Mares sold or parted with fcrfelt Insurance and the tee riue- WIIlnsaketheseaonotltlA at our place at 110 to Insure a living colt Alto will stand one good black Jack four years old at 110 to Insure a II vlng col- tWIIG1 DUDDKHAH liowland Ky Phone 11S1JJ THE SAFEST AND QUIOKEST WAY TU TRANSFER MONEY slyL- ORD DISTANCE TELEPHONEF- OR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TEHNESSEE TELEPHONE OONIPI E U- aooavoaTfn DOCK CRAYBhetlanl ponySS Inchei tall owned byHugh held Foster will make theaeason nt Insuren living colt He 1s by an Imported pouy that cost IOiO In the Shetland Island and Is regarded by horsemen as pony In Kentucky defeating all comers In the show ring In 1908 Lien retained onnll colt until season is paid Mares parted with or and becomes due Will make the season at my farmJOINIJ FOHTJllt HIIIUford Ky We Will Pay the following prices for produce for 10 days only for goods 7 ti Enl 20c Dozen f v lIens I5c per lb Butter 20 per lb Country cured ride bacon 13 J2c Country cured hams new 1612c We have a complete line of shoes hats and dress goods or anything you may need to eat noWbrlntrading 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 place Lutes Bro TutrflrsvillL Ky 1 fjj 11z r i J o i jq MY LINE OF TROUSERS Is Now Complete For The SPRINGand SUMMfR Better than ever handled before for tho Price Also the most uptodalo line of Mens and ladies Oxfords Iu any stylo you wib Call and let us show you what we have SAM ROBINSONf You Will Make No Mistake in Buyingt Th- eBrownRiding andWalk ing Cultivators Come in and look at them Screen 1 Doors Screen Windows Screen Cloth Etc in All Sizes Shall be Glad toJSee You waH HIGCiNSSta- nford Kentucky MILLINERY The Charles Wheeler Emporium Hustonvillc Ky Invites you to the largest MILLINERY SE LECTION we have ever shown Styles up to the minute Prices beyond competition Wo also state that our Spring Lino is now complete To save money como ami see and be v convinced Our Spring Lino of Shoes for Ladies llissesuudChildren and fi our line of Gents Shoes will certainly please Hnnan anti Walkover are hummers and arc strictly reliable Yours for an honest deal- CILSRLEI lioNr CROUP stopped In si minute tlIoopsCroup proveftress A safe end pleaingsrruptocrugg- lstsREVERSA 47162 byOtllIUectlItO with thrra weeks handling Hired by lItllCiIn2121n the 2IJ lilt Urand sire of lUll trotters and pacer with records of zW or butter One of his grunt grand ions Is credited with U performers and his descendant In 200- list all told are now about 870 lit number II dam lInk Startle by Matnbrtno Startle sire of III and dams of Including GUI nette 306 Foxy Curd lOt Vhele1 lilO and others and dam Martha by Lyle Wilkes iMi sire of T and dnlll ot Howie Leach I qtly John lltj OllnK 2l1U and 11 others led dlilll Uuckden Ravens willmatethe season at the stnblo of James MoKecbnlo near Hub bleat 10 to LEADER At the same time and I will stand the 16 hand blaeklaok formerly owned by M D a line Individual and his colts speak louder than words of his qualities as a breeder This will be hla thinseason 110 for for horse mule J E McKEOHNjK Hubble Ky King Eagle Jrtco by 8 T Harris king KeyleroVolred u U KM be by dIme T6 he by- StonewallJaekson73It0 alKingslitdata faille Mount 4 WftS by the eagles litOabbells Lexington a King LIOnbJlnldammark s6 4th dam byJlm King Eagle Jrs 1st damn was Mollie toiSavyCrockettNovaKing dark bay with one white hind foot nlco mane and tall stands full UK hands high weight 1IlOO Ibi and well proportioned every way A combined italllon with of ipeed tle and action and his eo1tsllhow that he U a splendid breeder lie will make the sea son of 190 a my barn one mile West of- WnyneUurll on FhhlngU1Oekot liD to In sure a living Mores traded parted with or bred else where without my consent forfeits the In surance nnd the money betaken due at such transaction Care will be to aeetdeti but not responslblosaoaldanyoo cur Phone in mldeoetf Wdynesbarg Far mars Bxeltaoge OOALDWJCLL8013 Wayaesburs t7 a u o GEORGE HURl Draft Stallion at 910 to Insure iLlv log Colt Also a good Mule Jack at the laMprice and on same conditions- M S lUuaiiMAN Stanford Kv THE WARFIELD Trial SII trotting Dark bay ttalllon 18 Naughty ofrecord fillSslre of ll ttlaton jenroMrecord 2OISf American llelto ayroldlimand leothersinmisi11sta son of Onward 1411 record ISWf llre of Onward MllvcrJV wassiredSad damn DuennntlreUhyUnmbrlnoKliis 12T8slroofT of the Manor lol Lord lerbyYheir at Jw J wj six others Inl dam Dot et by Na wOOl OOth sirs of 1741n the lilt ofOolntbelstoftgmbrlnoChief stallionInalluse lubstnnco and ipeAl only In part era- apheslaethequalltlweombinedin son of fare theyare of such symmotrlCol eharaetllt as to make bl ReekhodespeciallylnsprewtveYou I You 1Il1 you never looked at a better tuthadhas two Mambrlno King crosses two Mama lBleeUonoor allreTheJ09 Ileby Marabrlno King me be byMatbrlaoChiefElectioneer Irb Dare Devil la a great winner lie won the chnmplonshln at the National Horse Jjhow inlaufcla12chatn HorseShow8 lInt hone Show lGOO ciaa1 second lloaton Horse Show KUIclaaa II aea reservelloeton TheBpeia J la til K TrI erllllK Dare Devil JrIWill make preten season at mylAru1 mile trout MoKlnney Ky a111 to Insureaa Living u- 1934OWZNYMeKlnaeytyQ u aC a i