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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r y i r pp THE INTERIOP JOURNAL r VOL XXXVIISTAMFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 4 1909 NO 28 HARDWARE AT COST I e JBargaia1s GaJerefor moweryLodyI- n order to r educe my stock of Hardware and Stoves I willsell at absolute COST FOR CASH during the month of June everything in the Hardware line from Fish Hooks to Cooking Stoves Watch for the chances to save money tt QUEENSWARE AND- STONEWARE A large assortment of Pimble Pocket Knives High Grade Scissors and Table Cutlery You will MVO 40 per cent on these t 1 r oC IK a Mrs is dead In the Goose Creek section of Casey Mrs Will George was kicked and se riously injured by a mule at her homo in Madison + The of tho Virginia Coal and Coke Co of was de stroyed by Ellis Mobley lion of R G Mobley Arthur Lucas who got 15 years lori In Marlon county has been paroled Col E Polk Johnson of Louisville a veteran delivered the address at the mcmcrlal ser vice in the cemetery at Lebanon under tho of the G A R John Mitchell agcdM died at Corbin after a Illness Thu burial eeeurred at his old homer litchell was a brother of Mrs A D now of Corbln but for merly oftKla place Johnson a Negro was convicted at Va of tho murder of Walter F Schultz a Chicago ar list on March 6 Sclrtltz went to Wash ington to attend the and was lured to and party of found tho bod 4 Ie+ of a negro man and woman lodged t in the logs in a boom near Wasioto Dell county A coroners Inquest was huWthe verdict being drown- Ing The man had about 20 in his pockets but no papers or by which they could be identified could be noon Monday robbers entered the grocery store of Claude May in the Mills building and took about 150 in money and checks Ho had his checks and cash to be and left his bank book about J75 In and a like amount in checks on his desk During the dinner hour the book and contents were taken y Rev T W Barker will preach at Creek Union church next Sun i in day at 3 P M r for 100 men Good wages Apply at the Meth odist church Sunday morning At Milton Trimble county two Ne it uro churches and Were wrecked and several other atruc v tares by high winds Roll call at the church next Sunday All the metnbers aro request ed to be present at 1045 A M Subject Sunday morning Reasons for the church in Lincoln county I League service 7 and preach ing at 745 r M All aro In vittd to these services PASTOR The service at the Chris tian church Sunday by Rev F M Raines of was a not able event ard the result was that 2 766 waa pledged to the church Rev W J Loos of pas tor of this church was present and In the services G Wyatt the and Revs V T Willis J D L Brock were pres Prof was the organist and the was fine The ushers were Messrs R If Jackson R L Slade T G Moren and WJ Pearl London Democrat J A tickling or dry cough can be with Dr t a Cough Remedy No opium no cblo reform unsafe fr ka ife Sold by x5- i r CARPENTERS I Now is your and Saws and all Kinds of and Shelf Goods at an average of i off the price The Cornet Band went to Willow Spring to play for the old soldiers Ben Jones little eon of Q R Jones was thrown from a horse and suffered a fracture of his collar bone Virgil Wilhite the colored youth who shot J W Hogues mnro some weeks set out In this section Plants are not as as was thought and setting has been somewhat retarded Miss Ruby Fogle and her Mrs Martha Fogle went to Dan ville to see Mrs P H Taylor Mrs Laura Lee Is with her parents at Kings Villa Mrs Mattie Estes Scott of So dalle Mo will arrive this week to upend the summer with her parents Mr and Mrs J A Estes Miss Bessie Lee is with friends at Clarence Nichols a young man of tho Walltown section was fined 50 in tho court at Yosemite on a charge of a gun It was a kind of family affair It devel oped that Thomas Nichols the father of tho boy got into a racket with Mrs Nichols at tho table when tho boy took up for his mother and got out his Iron Tho young man took the verdict calmly and went to jail to lay out tho fine struck Hart Coffeys houso on tho night of May 25 and running down bursted the on tho outside and tho ceiling within The clock was knocked from its place on the mantle and landed on the floor in a much condition Tho pa per on the wall took fire but the flames were before they gained much Mr and Mrs Coffey had a close call as they wero sleeping within a few feet of where the bolt came down Men Past Fifty In Men past middle lifo have found comfort and relief in foleys Kidney L E Morris Doxter Iy writes Up to a year ago my father suffered from kidney pad bladder trouble and several It of tho prostate gland and advised an On account of his age wo were afraid he could not stand It and I Poloys Remedy and tho first bottlo relieved him and after taking the second bottle ho was no longer troubled with this New Stanford Drug Co When former Sheriff Shipp and the five other who were de dared guilty last Monday week of con tempt of tho Court of the United States to the court for sentence Tuesday the request of their counsel for a to allow them to file lor- a was granted The six men remain out on bond until the next term of court Ousted When a sufferer from stomach trou ble takes Dr Kings New LIfo Pills hes mighty glad to see his and fly but tickled over his new flue appetite strong nerves healthy vigor all because stomach liver and kidneys now work at HARDWARE Screen Doors and Screen Cloth Also a large of Wire Lawn Hose and Lawn Mowers Every ono at cost NEWS NOTES William OBrien aged 13 was killed by being thrown from a mule near Mt aged 52 took an over dose of by nlstako and died at John Grayson and family had a nar row escape from cremation by the burning of their home near Alfred Voltmer aged 17 was struck over the heart by a pitched ball at Ecorte Mich and died from the ef beets II L Blackford aged 74 a carpen ter of Paducah fell from a scaffold and received injuries which resulted in his Patterson granted pardons to 14 inmates of the Tennessee Illness was thu reason for most of the Italian lumber workers are on a strike at McCloud Cat and the sheriff has sworn in 50 to prevent violence- A cyclone did heavy damage to wheat and fruit trees In Trimble county Sev eral houses were wrecked and others more or leas James J Hill in an interview in Seattle says Patten did not corner the wheat market but merely took advan tage of an a fight at Jones Mill Wayne county Grant Frost shot and killed James Tom Guffcy who was ad vancing on him with a knife Both sides are victory in the street railway strike The car service is somewhat but no cars whatever were run after hundred and wires leading out of Paris France have been cut recently and the police have that the out rages were in response to a circular Issued by an anarchist organ Crum a farmer of Martin county was forced to leave his home by a woman who at night armed with a revolver No trace of the couple has been found and Crums wife has lost her reason while his children are upon the bounty of the Those attractive women who are lovely in face form and temper are tho envy of many who might bo like them A weak sickly woman will be nervous and irritable or Kidney poisons show in pimples blotches skin and a wretched For all such Electric Dltters work wonders They regulate Stomach Liver and purify tho blood give strong nerves bright eyes pure breath smooth velvety skin lovely Many charm log women owe their health and beauty to them 60o at Pennys Her father So you want to marry my chl Well what are your young man I The Young Man Well know tho extent of your fortune better than I do sir The cleverest Imitation of real Coffee over yet made In Dr Health Coffee It is fine In 11avor and is made in just one minute No tedious 30 or 30 minutes boiling Made from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Drug Store 5t Bridles Hames aud Collars Here and There Jesse Fletcher a wealthy business I man of suicide at Turtle Lake Mich Dr Ryland D Pratt of died at Mercy in Chicago where he had suffered an lor- an internal abscess Nerve deserted or they would have succeeded in f50 000 that reposed back of a thin inner door of a safe in the postof nee Theodore Roosevelt is going to visit the station at Kijabe of the African Inland Mission an American organiza tion He will make the jour ney today Mrs Lutio Thomason Davis one of most highly esteemed women died after a short illness De ceased was the sister of Frauk Thom ason editor of the News Boone county Ind which has been dry by for two years de cided against the admission of the licens ed saloon in a local option election The dry was 2445 Not a town ship voted wet Francis E Thoman business agent of the Iron Workers Union was indicted by the Chicago grand jury on a charge of perjury in with his for the defense in the trial of Skinny Madden BEFORE AND the doz en saloons closed Richmod owed 22 000 of old debts 12000 School Bonds and had but 1000 in sinking fund Our Sinking Fund now contains 6000 we have paid oil 1000 of the old debt paid City Schools 23700 In past two years as much as they received during ho three years of 100345 have built a new street on Bronston Place at 1000 put down 1 700 worth of concrete 2 000 worth of fire and paid all other running expenses and yet did it all despite the loss in these two years of 24000 from saloons Oiling streets vitrified tile drains modern electric lights at 800 less yearly cost There are 2000 white and colored school child ren in Richmond outside of Madison In stitute and Normal School Richmond Could Not Be Better No ono has ever mado a salve ointment lotion or balm to compare with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its tho one perfect healer of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores Scolds Dolls Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum For Sore Eyes Cold Sores Hands Its su promo Infallible for Piles Only 25c at Pennys Drug Store o I Dont drug tho Stomach or stimulate tho Heart or Kidneys That is wrong It is the weak nerves that are Crying out for help Vitalize these weak Inside nerves with Dr Shoopa and see how good health will come to you again Test it and seel Sold by Pen nys Drug Store much with that a thing But why this unusual interest Why I can say hello without hear ing that tho lines busy Many of our citizens are drifting to wards disease by of kidney add bladder trouble which Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure New Stanford Drug Co Double Shovel Plows and Garden Plows at that same COST PRICE ATTENTION I i Cook Stoves and Heaters and All Kinds of Tinware and Granite Ware Stoves Vessels and Hollow Ware All these at COST Dont Miss This Great Sale Come Early While Have Your Choice GEO D HOPPER Groceries and Hardware Stanford Kentucky NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Catherine Wilkinson commissary Middlciboro fireIar1lermanslaughter committed Confederate principal National auspices protracted Richmond uhdwwood IiCalvin Alexandria Inauguration Alexandria murdered- A fishermen accidental anything foundAbout arranged deposited containing greenbacks AdvocateCHURCH MATTERS Logans Employment guaranteed Christian Methodist damaged Methodist Methodist Epworth cordially dedication conducted Cincinnati formerly participated ReddandW Copeland quickly loosened Swoops nothing DitDrug toynt chance IlighGrado Hatchets Hammers Builders Hardware regular MIDDLEBURG MIddleburg Saturday YosemltoIplentiful grandmother Cynthlana magistrates carelessly handling breakfast shooting Lightning weatherboarding damaged extinguished headway Danger Itemedy physicians pronounced enlargement operation recommended Kidney complaint Tcnnesseana Supreme presented themselves postponement petitions rehearing Trouble Makers Dyspepsia Indigestion morehes rlght250 Pennys Drugstore SUMMER Including assortment Poultry WashingtonJoseph morphine Earllngton Cynthiana deathGov penitentiary pardonsSix deputies damaged opportunity- In instantly claiming Philadelphia improved nightfallSeveral telegraph telephone ascertained committed izationJasper mysterious appeared dependent neighbors Women Are Constipation eruptions complexion Kidneys complexion Drugstore daughter prospects ereryou hoops Pennys WAGON HARNESS Breeching Indianapolis committed Shelbyville Hospital operation cracksmen securing Newport probably Georgetown remonstrance majority Structural connection testimony AFTERWhen Including outstanding pavements equipment Register Chapped controlling Restorative quickly Youjieem impressed echoIts wonderful Bright neglecting symptoms quickly PLOWS PLOW GEAR attractive LADIES ABSOLUTE you Georgetowns OXFORDS i +++++++++ M + ttttt 9 Green White Tan Ox- Blood and Blacks7 IN ALL THE STYLES FOR 1909 for a Men women and Children4Cttmrnins en STANFORD KENTUCKY D fF1 use I l Arnolds Buggiest There is nothing better We paint Old Vehicles and make them look like new Getlour prices We solicit d your trade I R M ARNOLD DANVILLE KY The Interior Journal Eo c WALTON ANDY JOHNSON REMEMBERED THERE is one man who acceded to the presidency of the United States whose memory is little honored by the parly in power and that is Andrew Johnson who became president on the death by assassination of Abrnham Lincoln However a national cemetery surround ing his last resting place at Greenville Tenn was dedicated this week but Tenncsseeans alone seem to have participated in the ceremonies The prin cipal speaker made an able defense of the life and character of Mr Johnson whom he claimed was the most misun derstood of men and whose prosecution under impeachment proceedings he said was the most unjust that malignanco ever devised The violence of the feel ing against Mr Johnson In those troubl- ous days is shown by tho fact that ho came within a few votes of impeach ment The State of Tennessee has often signally honored the Old Tailor Besides giving him a number of local offices he was Congressman 10 years governor for one term by election end one by appointment by Mr Lincoln and was twice elected to the UnitedI States Senate the last time term as president expired but he did net live but a short time afterwards The fact that he was originally a democrat and never forgot his early training and original principles may furnish a clue to the neglect of his memory while other men neither as worthy nor as patriotic have been honored at pub lic expense in stone bronze and eulogy THAT Lexington is going to be the tobacco market of the country is rapid ly being demonstrated Tobacco men from many points are arranging to build factories and warehouses there and lots near railroad switches are in great de and At on auction of lots on Broadway juat below the Q C depot lots that a few years ago no ono would acv cept if he had to pay the taxes sold at 4560 a front foot Tuesday It was the highest price ever recorded for such property THE General Assembly of the Presby terian church at Denver adopted reso lutions against the use of tobacco but some of the ministers say they will ig nore it and continue to smoke just as they did when the excessive use of the weed was once before condemned One old fellow who violently opposed the resolution said that he would regard the excessive use of tobacco to mean smoking two cigars at once Tim deficit in the National treasury is 97857836 with one month remain ing of the fiscal year By June 30 it is estimated that it will bo 110000000 Lord how long will it be before a return to the good old democratic princi plo of an economically administered government 7 May be after a while the people will rise in their might and scourge the unworthy servants from the temple IN the administration of justice some singular things occur A man in the I Ohio penitentiary condemned to die July 9 for tho murder of his sweetheart is to have a diseased leg amputated to enable him to live long enough to be elec trocuted and the execution is to be postponed until he is able to stand it Looks like they might let the poor fel low die all at once instead of by degrees IF Managing EditorR W Brown of that best of evening papers the Louis villa Times wants to retain the goodwill of every rural rooster he will cause The Commonwealth column of his paper to be resumed It was one of the most interesting of the many enter taining features of the paper Whats the matter with Mr W S Kaltenbach er T Make him get busy again TilE Louisville correspondent of the Cincinnati Enquirer Is making a spec ialty of naming prospective or receptive candidates for governor A few of those mentioned mightjprove good gu bernatorial timber but the majority ofI them are rotten However mentions do not hurt any one and makes the mentioned feel mighty big to LEXINGTON must be a hades of a place Statistics are said to show that it holds second place in the United States in the scale of wickedness With Norfolk Va first And now comes President Patterson of the State University to say it ia too vile a place for the education of boys What a pity I A GREAT adomadeover the alleg ed great performance of Mr Roosevelt in killing a hippopotamus As these huge animate can sot get lout of the way much fester than a snail the shooting of one in no more exciting than killing the family cow NewYorkA profes eon says if we live on a diet mainly of buttermilk we would live to 120 years But who would want to live that long with such a diet T We had rather not live so long and eat more MR ROOSEVELTS aurse has just died ia New York are to die in the action btlttiewlllte dyiagairakwcfertlMiMKtlK yeas BRODHEAD Rev J A Carr of Keavy Laurel county preached two excellent sermons at the Christian church Sunday morn ing and night This town has passed an ordinance that cows must not run at large over town during the night A good law if complied withIThe bridge across Negro Creek south of town has been treated to a new floor and other needed repairs J H Wil Hams did the work The wife of Will Arch Hayes of the Ottowa section has typhoid fever Mrs Bottle Newland and children are visiting in Garrard and Madison counties this weekIHerman Frith is getting ready to make concrete brick We do not know for what purpose ho will use them but I presume he will build a hen house es he is in the poultry trade at present Rev A J Pike received n message from his brother Rev Kin Pike of Derry Harrison Co that a little son aged five had fallen into a tub of hot water and was scalded to death The remains were brought to Pino Hill Tuesday and buried in tho family bury ing groundcTho meeting at Freedom last Sunday was very interesting and a large crowd present The next meeting will be held at Flat Rock church three miles south of Mt Vernon on Aug 29th Ed Al- bright and Granville Owens of this place were selected to arrange the program Chatauqua High Bridge Ky Elaborate preparations are being made by the management of the Chau tauqua at High Bridge They have secured 1000 individual tents with all necessary bedding and conveniences In addition to this they will erect an auditorium that will seat 3000 people They will also set up a new dining hall for serving meals They have secured the services of some of the most proml nent speakers of the day among whom are Governor Hanly of Indiana Gov ernor Glenn of North Carolina Senator Bob Taylor of Tennessee Congressman Hobson of Alabama Dr Geo R Stuart of Tennessee Dr U L David ion of Washington D C and Dr H C Jamison of Ohio Other features will be tho Dixie Quartette a Splendid Orchestra Soloists Readers Entertain ers Moving Pictures and Illustrated LecturesA rate has been made via the Queen Crescent Route of one fare plus 25c for the round trip They will also operate special trains between Cin cinnati and High Bridge and Somerset and High Bridge The Big Days will be June 20th 22nd 24th and 27th On these days there will be greatly reduced rates and many other attractions This affords you an opportunity to spend 10 days in camp with plenty of entertainment and pleasure Dr R M Standefer Manager is now located at High Bridge Park and is making reservations and answering inquiries POLITICAL Senator Bradley has recommended Thomas C Holt for appointment as postmaster at Brocoli Rockcastle coun tyHis belief in free religion was ex pressed by President Taft in a speech- to a delegation from the Seventh Day Adventists who visited him at the White House Justice Harlan Tuesday celebrated his 76th birthday and when attention was called to the fact he replied that he felt just as spry as he had felt any time for many years Senator Cummins introduced his in come tax amendment to the tariff bill It provides for a tax of 2 per cent on all incomes of individuals or corporations over 5000 a year Delvan Smith and Charles R Wil Hams of the Indianapolis News indicted for criminal libel by the grand jury of the District of Columbia appeared in the Federal Court at Indianapolis resist removal to Washington Judge Anderson ruled against the contention- of tho Governments attorneys and held that it would be necessary to show that there was express malice as well as Implied malice in the publcation The AlaskaYukonPacific Exposition at Seattle was formally opened Tues day President Taft pressed the signal key In the White House at Washington which set the machinery of the big show in motion At Seattle there was an elaborate program including a mill tarp and naval parade and an address by James J Hill Earnest FriendAnd above things you must learn patience The Graduate Yes we take lessons in that too Observe the oratory we are obliged to listen to during the grad uation exercises Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25c Box Sold byPeq nys Drug Store Mary bad a little calf And it WM white aa snow Bat Mary OB aeeoMt of it AbatMflc wewMat g RINK Fridayvifhcr WAYNESBURG Quito a number of our people attended the Sunday School Union at Pleasant Point last Sunday and also a number attended the dedication of the Methodist church at Eubanks Misses Eva and Oca and Mr Coe Moser of the McCormacks section visited relatives at this place Mrs G T Gooch and Willie Curtis of Somer set are visiting tho family of 11 H Singleton Mr and Mrs Will Sims and children of Somerset attended the decoration here Sunday The K 0 T M and L 0 T M and Modern Woodmen will form In lino at the K 0 T M Hall and march to the Wnynesburg cemetery end decorate the graves of the deceased members Sunday Juno 13th The Memorial Sermon will be preached by Rev J A Singleton Evciybody cordially invited Kentucky Fair Dates Stanford July 213 days Georgetown July 275 days Lancaster July 283 days Winchester Aug 35 days Danvllle Aug 43 days Bluegrass Fair Lexington August 6 days Taylorsville Auj 104 days Harrodsburg Aug 123 days Lawrenceburg Aug 174 days Barbourville Aug 183 days Brodhead Aug 183 days Shelbyville Aug 245 days Elizabolhtown Aug 243 daya Springfield Aug 254 days London Aug 254 days Frankfort Aug 314 days Nicholasville Aug 314 days Bardstown Sept 14 days Monticello Sept 74 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 136 days- Everyone would bo benefited by tak- Ing Foleys Orlno Laxative for constipation stomach and liver trouble as It sweetens tho stomachaud breath gently stimulates the liver and regu latex the bowels and Ii mucb superior to pills and ordinary laxatives New Stanford Drug C- uPEYTON I will stand my one mulo Jack Peyton nt my form at Moreland Xyat Stolniun coUI n standard bral registers VIIUei stallion and three line young jack wH to permitted to serve a few mares fret to my regular customers where they breed three mare or more B B KING JRIIWill make the season of 1900 at my table at Cedar Creek at t9 to Iniure a living colt Hllver King Jr U n dark bay with a heavy mane and tall full U hand high lie was sired by Sliver Klngne by OnTlme son of Htonowall Jnckion lit dam by Oatti Htonawnll Jackson Jr ion of Rabble Old Stonewall Jnckion X dam by Cattail1 taxlngton 3d dart a eel obrated saddle horse of county Ill dainty Miller Copperbottom of Wayne count CabbellgLeatngtoa ionof Woods Illacl Hawk 2d dam i y Young America ion of T erWin good jack NIGGER At IS to Insure n living colt Nigger ii a iiUcx JacK 14 bands 4 years old nnd Ii a good Individual Hell t y BlacK Cloud and ne by Tom Keene E W WHITE Cedar OreeK on Stanford and Crab Orchard pik- eChester Peavine 8184 DKKcnirnoNAM IKKEni o Kouryenn old 15J5 bands a bright buy with best of Lone conformation und action Hired b Rex eavln 17x6 he by Rex ftcfonnld tlFirst dam Miss Madison 465 by Chester Mare 10 Hecond dam by IVnvIno 83 Third darn by Btonewall Jackson W NOTE Thli horse needs no Introduction to the people of this county He has been before the public since a twoyearold nnd his show record is known to It to toy he was shown all over Kentucky last season by O T Bandldge and met detent only n few times Ifo went around no horse showed every week against alleges lniweep stake saddle rings nnd was never further back than second lie is n show horse un der saddle In harness he has won quite n number of roadster rings lie defeated nil ages at Nlcbolasvllle In big roadster ring You see from his breeding has two crosses of lock Hqulrrel two of of Stonewall Jackson If you are looking for fashionable taddla hone blood hero It is Hee him and see him do and you will breed to him Will serve limited number of mares at Im to Insure a living colt ALL PEAVINE Subject to Register IThll hovels three years old a red sorrel shaped one and as good gaited one ns you wilt find anywhere He is 15 S hands yearIold stallions ones under anddl and once in harness Defeated both times by his halt brothers Bo you see be hasnt a bad record as a show horse He Is all his name Implies byPeavinomarkard dam by John Nosely If you are looking for Peavine blood here it Is Will be permitted to serve limited number of mares at go to insure a living colt At tame time and place will stand two Hood mule Jacks at 18 a living colt theyhavemadeseveraiseasonsatthli knows their con Service fee dueeverone above advertised stock when mare Is told traded or bred to other stock Due in all easel when colt is foaled DRLMPSBred IThl stallion Is a dark bay 4 years old ID 1 Inch high with best of tone action aver heavy mane and tall Read his pedi oneIDftlmai was ilred by Oecllian Chief let dam lrd dam by UltlmuI b Day Dicknliftdent byveld toctlngl NOTEIn otlerlnfthe service of this young stallion is what we need to Improve our stook lIe has brooding size getborseblgenoughtowork brood mares Seeblm before you breed and enoughredto riesof10tocolt Is foaled mare traded sold or bred to otker itock mulelackshow these lacks breed loneldueR 8 bOUDDERMcKinney Xy- IItJ I B D GARTER New LiveN Depot Street Phone 96 aTANFOADIKENTUCKY Harry Jacobs Dealer in and Manufacturer of Marblo and Cranito Monu monte Markers and fort Cemetery anti Iawn Vnieanntl ttvtteun Office and works Me Klnney Ky CONCRETINGWe creting lucu ni lllock Work Iavuiuents anti In fnct wo cnn nuke any thing from p boue down to n fence host Ve cnn sere you promptly and guarantee llr tclass work nnd material Unit and get our price before you buy your innterlnl at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco earns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Min STANFORD KY Residence Ibone M Office M Insure with mo and be fully protect- edSafeguard the Future 1 The infest surest and most adequate IIIfe guard for the future U a policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It 1 conspicuous for economical manage ment liberality of lit policy contract fair drMing with lu member large return to policy bolder The company is Just entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR- of a successful business career with more policy holders In Lincoln county than companies combined Write for- pnnlcularajtaung IIge and whether mar H AjttMyeriJames I White Hollcltor for Itockcaitle Co JAMES N DYE and Expert Watchmak erlucatedprmanentlyat McKlnney Ky with a complete equipment for telling lice eyei niton thorough knowledge and practical from two ichool Tire Houth IkndCollege of Optic and rradley Iotytecnlo Institute of III liorologlcel partment II OU are sul fering from eyestrain headache or If yoU are nervous irritable tbote are tho Indlca lions of some derangement of the refrao lively item which may oven develop into chronic or Incurable disease of ttieejre and can In most cases be prevented by properly fitted glasses Care snould be taken In se lecting your glasses Mlinited lenses In- verT many cases prove to bo Injurious and sometimes fatal Therefore should con suit n practical Wntchmaklng Department My wntchmaklng depart mont U In every respect linn do pivoting stalling lewellng and ik111eddandwatch repairing In the mOlt careful manner Watch repairing not watch tlnkerlngor botching Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Ky 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 GlassSurety Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis count Stop That Cold wttII rsveaMW- as sure Afss =oat te lIOII110 cold wile rrsasaK ts L so tea It rua sad be- N to fir It as rward itsar Pie wd IT Mt = = 1MNt why 1 nEf U o p lfyoufeely too aeIIe aU onr tl- fPryus ywlrosNeMi au also ksl roIIV1 1- ssn tie1oWI meYsss lulus a dassg iIai rca fteventesPENNYS DftUi STOlE il t4 1IS1 k k ER- I r ll i I I 1 e At last the hot weather is here and it callsfor c4ICool Garments TwoPiece Suits Light Weight Full Bloomer Trousers Negligee Shirts Light Cool Underwear II t Low ShowiV ti Gauze Socks Straw and Panama Hats Low c Collars and Narrow Ties These are the arfticles needed now and we can furnish themtin many prices and patterns J 1 Ih v If IkeJ McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY t t 1 Prescription Pointers I It is customary for every druggist to claim to be best in prescription work Good claim but we cant all be best This store claims ability capability facility and a complete stock of drugs We have the goods the equipment the ex perience 4 1 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky o ct Are You Going To Build t t 4 P While we are hero to build tho Lincoln county court house and ehould V arehn a better position to you a nice lpBrick Dwelling or A Neat Business Houset Sa being able to buy all materials cheaper and therefore are in position to i of a a building up for a considerable lower price Nothing too large or small and the distance will not stop us from figuring with you matters toojwhere you live We invite any prospective builder to give us a trial furnish all plans any specifications for such buildings that we might free of charge FRITZ KRUEGER F H MILLERFt- OUR r7 LAWN FENCE f B ell is a lets expensive and better fence tha wood More ornamental dura I ble and a time saver1 aa you need w saw hammer and nails to keep it inbrepairCall at our streaee the beautifulmfabric and gats l and ltus abow yout 1 tho low price OH a good fesoe jobIlLr GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford is let 11J t 1- 7 3 I 1 Our SemiAnnual Remnant Sale I Keep this date in your mind THURSDAY JUNE 10TH On this date we will begin our midseason sale of short lengths We have a tremendous lot of Waist Skirt and Suit lengths of all kinds of material such as Silks Woolens Percales Lawns Ginghams Linens White Goods Laccs and Ribbons These are left of this seasons most desir able goods and of course the best sellers You can procure your Summer needs from these counters You remem ber how quickly the bargains were grabbed up at our last sale Sale begins Thursday morning at 8 oclock Dont let this opportunity to make one dollar buy two dollars worth get by you SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY IThe Interior Journal STANFORD KY Text 4 1900 4 ICs CREAM soda water at Pennys f Drug Store PERSONALS MR J R HARRIS is In Paris on bull safe JOHN D HOBTON was In Cincinnati this week HARRY little ion of S D Eads Is quite lick MR D C ALLEN of the West EndI livery sick Miss ANNIE UIUIURN li visiting rela fives at Lancaster DEVERLY Rout It at home from State College Lexington MR W M DUNCAN who had typhoid fever convalescing MR JAMBS 1 HAMILTON of Lancaa ter was here yesterday JOE MACK NBWLAND It clerking for Mahan Adams in Danvillo MR AND MRS MITCHELL TAYLOR of I Danville were hero Tuesday J T WILKINSON Is visiting his cous in Chester Portman at Liberty MR A T SINE of Kaw City Okla visited his uncle Mr A C Sine MESSRS J C EUBANKS and J T Embry were in Cincinnati this week MRS W A TRIBBLB and children d are visiting her parents at Maysville r MRS J M PHILLIPS was at Berea this week to see her mother who is ill CHAS F MONTGOMERY county at Urncy of Casey was here on business WednesdayMR DALY representing the Kentucky Gazette Lexington paid this office a call Tuesday MRS KATHLEEN BEAZLEY and daugh ter Josephine and Miss Martha Kaney are visiting In Lexington Miss MARY D KENNEDY returned jMtaight from Sturgis where Ibo had chug of a millinery store Mme JH EADS and lOn Ulmont are visiting Yrjcnds and relatives at H Mill Springs and Hontlcello v MR C F CllENAVLT and wife and Miss Male Hlsle df Richmond are guests of Mrs E P Vcods MRS MARTHA MYERB U nt the bed iHo of Mr W II Drown who is critically III at his homo In Casey MRS G 0 PERRY went lo Richmond Wednesday for her little son Igo who J was taken III while visiting there MESDAMES LUCY ST CLAIR and Steele Bailey arrived Wednesday from Rome Ga to the delight of their many friendsMiss FRANCES COOPER of Stanford is the guest of Mrs Robert H Young at Idylo Wyldo this week Courier JournalMR OWSLEY REID has returned from Pittsburg Pa more convinced than ever that there is no place like StanfordGATBWOQD BEAZLEY the fiveyear old son of Mr and Mrs J L Beazley kfufferYng from a sprained shoulder the result of a fall CoL WP WALTON of Lexington the veteran newspaper editor was In town on business Friday and paid us a- yl pleasant call Somerset Journal r MR AND MRS JOHN H BRIGHT loft Wednesday for Dallas N C with a view to locating Lincoln county peo give this splendid couple regrett daughter of Mr and Mrs James Dunn of Dan of vllte and niece of Mr H J McRob erts of this was one of tho grad Mtw of Caldwell College and was Historian of her class LOCALS Ijvlt tonight CLOT Il8 French cleaned Cook Fwffl r it a BM the only complete and uptodate range M the market at Farris THE Woolen Mills at McKinney C H Wright proprietor started up Toes fay r BIDDING puts are BOW ready and we ate ready to pat them out Ed Hub hard S W I ATTBNTION to called to the advertisement of the lot sale of Dunn Adams KM Danville real estate men 1 I 1 tj J R BAILBY of Knox oeoBty earns slews Wednesday aHltoetrllt a tobacco bed a ikt J B CMMBtMli J A MM Iwtd Felix WhHe will pct to 10 or li stem M IKuwc f m SKATING rink Friday night T SKATING at Waltons Opera House tonight Friday FRANK TAMME Stanford Ky has tobacco plants for sale 1 We are still mixing that real paint on Somerset street at Ends tin shop Set our Glass Ovendoor Range Tho newest and best appliance for ranges TRY some of Wilkinson Singletons country killed beef pork and mutton LOOK in Tribble Pences handsome china closets for Mrs McCIarys hand painted china DR W N CRAIG oculist and optician Office over II J McRoberts clothing store r FOR tho next 30 days I will sell ge raniums and all kinds of pot plants at cost Ed lIubbard I WILL have another hat sale Satur day Every hat goes at a reduction Miss Ella May Saunders TAXES The tax books for 1909 are now ready Come in and get your receipt T J Hill sheriff ACCODINO to the Liberty News there will bo between 2000 and 3000 acres of tobacco in Casey county this year FOR SALE 60000 Brazilian and Ber muda potato plants 20c per 1001r5 per 1000 W S Wigham Moreland Ky 4t BEAR in mind that the Q C will run a 160 excursion to Cincinnati Sun day Train passes Junction City at C A M BETTIE ROBINSON coloredfor many years cook for Mrs P P Nunnelley died Wednesday night of typhoid pneu moniaMESSRS C E TATE andJ11 Baugh man have sold tho machinery of tho Stanford Laundry to Pollard Bros of GeorgetownSOME o robbed a big tobacco bed belonging to S M Owens of tho West End Every plant largo enough to sot out was taken o ELLIS HAYDEN little son of Mr J W Hoyden of Pans lead the whole school during the last lear Ills aver alto was 99 There are nearly 600 children In the Paris Graded School The little fellow Is a grandson of Mrs Per mella Brown of this place WILL W WHITES storo near Hang Ing Fork Bridge on tho Danville pike was broken into Tuesday night and a lot of goods stolen Lairs bloodhounds were brought to the scene and trailed to the home of a Negro In tho meant mo tho goods had been returned and the chase ended AT tho elocutionary contest at Wal tons Opqra House June 16 the winner will receive 15 the second 10 and the third 5 During tho evening Prof J W Ireland and Misses Ethel Fettro and Mary McRoberts will sing Bolos and Miss Em Smith of Danville will give a violin number JNCREASB FOR P Ms Everybody who has had dealings with the Stan ford postofllco will bo glad to know that clever Mr James C Florences salary has been raised from 1600 to 1700 The postmaster at Danville will hereafter get 2400 Harrodaburg 2000 London 1700 Pineville 1600 and Barbourville 1500 an increase of 100 in each case WHAT a pity it to that people who at tend public entertainments and are in tereeted in tho program must be sub- Jected to the annoyance of a sideshow gratuitously given by a lot of youths in the adolescent stage who talk and giggle and make all the unnecessary noiset possible on such occasions It would be a great relief if they were muzzled or kept at home Danville Advocate Amen and amen COLSONMr1 C Colson died at her home near Turnersvllle Tuesday af ter a protracted illness ofstomach trou ble She was about 60 years old and a daughter of the late J Weeley Eu banks She is survived by her husband several brothers and a sister Mrs Coteon was a splendid woman and a de vout member of the Baptist church The burial took place la BvfTalo ceme tery1 Wednesday laantog after ifcert services by herptorltevtJ Murray Taylor lLInDEY cut glass at Muellers 0 BINDER twine at W H HIggins TilE creation in Ranges reach ed Farris Tuesday WEDDING and graduating presents of quality at Muellers READ hoppersadvertise ment which appears on first page FOR SALE wpeas and German millet seed C C Carpenter Huston villo t JUST received a loudofwire fenc log barbed wire and nails George II Farris TUB young peopleare looking for ward to the skating rink at Waltons Opera House tonight EVENTUALLY you will useDenhama Rex Coal In your cook stove Why not begin now and save the difference 7 Yards at Stanford and Rowland IT rains every dayandevery night and tho ground is wet good and deep Tho weeds are having their inning and are growing by leaps and bounds BADLY HURT While riding yester day at Lancaster Jailer David Ross horse stumbled and fell rolling over Mr Ross and painfully hurting him will credit no one for laundry I will cheerfully deliver all laundry but If the delivery boy is not paid he will bring tho laundry back and 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 the hole Ed Wilkinson CIRCUIT COURT VIrtually nothing has been done in the circuit court since our last issue Judge Bell has not de cided the contest case of M S Baugh man against W L McCarty nor has he given any intimation as to when he will hand down his opinion The grand jury has returned 17 indictments so far It willmeet again next week- I I DESIRE to thank hefriends and relatives for their kindness and sympa thy in my lato bereavement Especial ly do I wish to express my gratitude to Rev Willis for his words of condolence also the C W B M choir and under taker for loving prayer touching songs and beautiful funeral services The ex pression of deep sympathy in floral offerings are duly appreciated June H Reid Hustonville This and That All traffic on the lines of tho Pitts field Street Railway Co is tied up fol lowing a striKe of the conductors and motormcnTho of Miss Irene Bond Lil lard of Lawrenceburg and William Hagin Maddox of Shelbyville took place at Cincinnati The National Association of Retail Grocers is in convention at Portland Oro Louisville is in the race for the next place of meeting A California man thinks ho has discovered a process whereby ho can elim inate tho drunk from whisky with out reducing its exhilarating powers W S Povard D D has resigned the presidency of Moores Hill College Ind after one years service to accept the vice presidency of tho Univer sity of Chattanooga The tailor shop in which Andrew Johnson labored at Greenville Tenn before be reached the presidency will be preserved by the Andrew Johnson Memorial Association Desposdent because he was short of funds Easel Stole 16 years old of DIx on a student at Bethel College Rue shootinghimselfAccording to Consul D R Birch of Alexandria the final authentic estimate fixes the size of the Egyptian cotton crop now being marketed at from 000000 to 650000000 pounds After a thorough search for Jasper kIdnapedfromago by a mysterious person no trace of the man or the mysterious one has been discovered RapIdwith strikebreakers resulted in a number of serious riots It was the first attempt to operate the lines at night since the May 21 Dr John T Biakl y of Evansville Ind 82 years old was found dead in hie room at WelHasrtoa Hotel Chi and while the e and hotel of =call It ntwde Jobe TButk leyI eonMeat that his father was Tho good trotting mare Lightsome 2141 dead at Lexington She was 1 owned by L V Harkncss Winchesterbaso Philadelphiamade CDowersatFrankfortMany of the streets of Tangier are too narrow to allow passage for a on or cairitRc Most of tho freight is transported by donkeys To set at rest sny apprehension Con sul Griffith at Tumplco Mexico has cabled Iho Department a deninl of reports of any storm damago at that place At tho close of tho fiscal year 1908 UnltEdStates136883 in 1888 and 181618 in 1898 The anIncreaseures of 1898 Ja F HILLGraduate Optician Stanford Ky Office In dL O Vandeveer tore on Knit AlsukeepsI phones and a full line of records Tin McKlnnlY Woolen Mills McKlnnlY Ky Ii now In operation and is ready to serve ilnseysBlanketswork wool or exchange goods for It High est market price for wool 011 WRIGHT Pror SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING 1 I am prepared todo nil kinds of snrveyln and 1onableover the through the Hustonville Exchange WALTER The Truth Every person in this city who is suf fering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi externaluse All durggists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE 11A one blue grass farm for sale situated on near Point Leavell and six inltci south of Lancaster containing xo acres well located In good neighborhood being purL of the Juliu Wulker tract wllbn some new two story sevenroom residence rxoulbulldlngondloadnever foiling springs and creek running through TKBMS4i cash In hand balance ono and two years from day of sale bearing six per paidIVrsons place please write or see W O WALKER Stanford At McKinney Kyf You can and our Standard Remedy the neatest blood and liver medicine yet known In case of Rheumatism Ball Rheum Kid ney Trouble and nil diseases arising from Impure blood It tins no equal It Is manu under the pure food act of June 1IOtI and guaranteed by the manufacturer Ii the Remedy Is taken according to directions and If he or she is not benefited by the use moneyWecontains 204 doses with n registered guaran tee and mailing card with full Instructions We send It to any address by mall on receipt of 11 per package or six packages for 1nIfmoyouRemember If you take the Remedy accord ing to Instructions and are not benefited you your dollar back You will not find the remedy In drug stores for tale It Is told only agentlRU DON VARRICK This magnificently bred young stallion will make the season of 1W9 at my stable at Stanford Ky better known as the Dr Bal ley at =16 to Inure colt non Varrlck ls lA1 a beautiful chestnut short back heavy bone in fact the highest type of the trotter lie is by the great On ward Sliver 806H that won the Suuo Tran sylvania In a seven beat race inlKB and the same year won the Donner MemorIal and the Mt M In broken heats and sold for and later sold for feSooo Don Vartickis bred exactly like lpanlbQueen that- wonth06p0pTransylvaAbinlate making a record ofJiOT and was classed ns one of the big four being one of the money winner on the grand circuilast year On ward Silver Is by Onward one of great est and best son of George Wilkes On wards dam was the dam of Director the tiro of that great family of trotters cer Don dam was by Wilkes Boy by George Wilkes a full sister to The PWatohent1 a and dam half of Rubber 410 Winchester S ie Wllton2 9D and It Sad dam Mary by Bo J OroT Xagle the dam of The Wag lilt+ Madeline Patchen SIlIIA1lIIyDon Varrlck that paced a public half mile on the Lexington track at 19 months In ltJAnd sold to N WHublngerof New Conn for 11000 Shealso produced Maggie Igo that trotted a half mile on the same track at It mental In 111 and told for MBO Please note the rich Inheritance of speed on both sides not B missing link for goner ation Breed to this fellowand you cant nilMtbVtBteetntar every breeder looks forsize speed and looks See him before booking your mares aeaon money due whnare are parted with or bred to Mother horse Mareekept as20cent per da aRcS all care token but will not be r poalbl far acoWst or DLqOPJRR eIAT u r 1 1L R Hughes T W Humble W O Martin AMERICAN BEAUTY Style 1293 J KaUsutoe Coast Co Maksr J = = 6Je= g 0pnpO fing J to ESrooon 1 B err 4 lcgm 5 S u t o g 1 In 8r 72Sorsminw 1 c T 1 OCmn 0 1 ih oIca C ora Gr D T S 1tl 73m 8C tlm4aZ I c 2 = CJ o atl B rO JoCnt- lC a p CDart 0 Boa DIc 7Ctlo n n 0 2 g o 2 g g uuDFS r g = tC TOICONCDs r d o gnc o n c pyram eF I II HUGHES STANFORD MARTIN KENTUCKY COI We Will Pay following prices for produce for 10 days only ex for goods ff Eggs 20c Dozen 6 Hens J5e per lb lbaCountry cured side bacon 13 f2c Country cured hams new 16 J2c 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- tirnersville Ky American Field Fence tl Strongest and Best A Car4 v Y 7V 1i t Just Received a The Price is LoWer II 1iJ WeE PerkinsCrab Orchard Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE j in Lancaster Stanford Hustonville Fr and Brodhead B NORTHCUTT Stanfordr p- ti 1 IIL The Interior Journal Mnleredin titt PottOffice at Stanford at menddoit matter L N TIME TABLE KINo I Houtbl12 P No3Houthl1OOA X No tt North 440 A x NonNorthIIf1P x No IT 1047 A x No 4 140 PM JOS S RICE Agent FOR SALE I 25borso nownr boiler nod engine and saw 4 nlll for lale W1llsell cither or both OIIAa7fNSSLINOttenheim Ky FostoOlcc Vnrneiburg Ky Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to tell privately my stock of Oro crrlei and Hardware n good business Will Invoice about 11000 Benson 111 health GEO D HOPPER Stanford Ky A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Oweley Building Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation fat external use Stops Itching and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly and is permanently cured by this remarkable Write for sample EWRosMedCoStLouisMo Pennys DrugStore When Ordering Clothes Lave your measure taken by a of ex perience Then your clotbei wbetbuA low price business suit or the flneit evening clothes will have that Individuality and fit which plainly Indicate they were made to yourmeaiure I wilt also take your mess ore for extra trousers fancy vests topcoats and overcoats Sprint and Summer samples on hand rendy or your inspection H O RUPkEY The Tailor Stanford Ky Itching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zcmo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form jf Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I The farm of 140 acres of good blue grass land lying one mile North of McKlnneyon the Stanford pike Improvements and fencing good of water and fruit Also 125 acres of timbered land one mile Kast of McKlnney i half under fence j plenty of water and good tobacco land Bee grow ngcrop A OIVNRAgcnt McKinney Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR1SALE I 1 can furnish the puunc with the beat as well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of notice Also makespocialtyof wreathe for for funeral purposes In connection with the above I have all kinds of veietables on hand at reasonable prices OllIUaTMANUmf IIOUAES En HuiuiAiin O- HHtanford Ky WE BUY YOU WOOL I HIDES FURS I PetswuGlnseiigGolden youthanReference any Bank in Louiivillt slippmgtagaM SABEL dtk SONS 8VASUSHI IN ISIS 228 E Market t LOUISVILLE KY JLBeazleyCo Undo lasers and Embalm era Alto Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugr They will zciange Furniture for all Binds of Stock Give Tilt m a Call Prices Right STo1 FORD KENTUCKY 3 C McClary t Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer IniHarneas Saddlery r STANFORD KY i y ltI110nelWTUoBl 10CG II j Almost A Miracle Capt U Dunn who by hte constant straight forwardness and unvarying fair dealing In business during the 39 win ters he has spent in this county has won so many warm and true friends had a wonderfully narrow escape from drowning in the Savannah river a few days since He was driving stock thro the country Into Georgia While cross- Ing the river at Browns ferry his mules became frightened and knocked him In to the river on the South side of the flat He instinctively closed his mouth and held his breath and that wise act no doubt saved his life He preserved his self control and felt no fear As he sank the flat floated over him and all grew dark He raised his hand and felt the mud on Its bottom The current carried the flat faster than he drifted and he rose to the surface on tho upper side of the flat raised his hand and the ferryman and a colored helper caught It and pulled him into the flat The mules had jumped out and swam back to the Carolina side to which the flat returned Capt Dunn was wearing a heavy rain coat when knocked over board and so quickly did the accident pass that his underclothing kept dry as did the paper money In hla pocket All that he lost was his hat that was carried down stream and he had to ride some seven miles before he could buy another It took several hours to round up the stampeded mules That Capt Dunn who has never learned to swim should have fallen In the river had the flat to pass over him rise to the sur face without having touched bottom and been pulled into the flat makes an experience well calculated to make one believe in special Providence And the gladness of his friends that he escaped a watery grave gives him a pleasure that overpays the close call he had Barnwell S C News FARMERS DEPARTMENT H G Lutes bought some fat cows at 385 W H Pepples sold to G G Beazley a lot of corn at 450 John B Foster sold to B D Holtz claw 135 lambs at 61c B D Carter bought of B D Holtz claw a livery horse for 125 11 G Lutes bought of A A Crutch field and others a number of stock hogs at Sic J D Eads has taken his fine stallion Black Joe to Lexington and Is havirg him trained by Nelson II Rowland Mitchell Taylor bought of Col C R Anderson his 242acre farm on the Stan ford pike three mires from Danville for 20000 Dunn Adams consum mated the deal One hundred and twentyfive horses were shipped from James B Hsggins Elmendorf farm for sale in the Argentine Republic This is said to bo the largest shipment ever made to South America from the United States It is reported that Clarence LeBus president of the Burley Tobacco Society will consent to remain at the head of that organization if the society will make his annual salary 10000 and pay all of his traveling expenses- T W Duckworth of Jessamine county shipped 700 cattle to N Lehman of Baltimore for export purposes The cattle have been fed at Curleys distil lery during the winter and average in weight 1100 pounds The price aggre gates about 46000 A Thrilling Rescue How Bert R Lean ofChcny Wash was saved from a frightful death is a story to thrill the world A hard cold II he writes brought on a des perate lung trouble that battled an expert doctor here Then I paid 210 to tl50 visit to a lung specialist in SPOt kane who did not help me Then I went to California but without bene lit At last I used Dr Kings New DIscoverywhich completely cured me and now I am as well as over For Lung Trouble Bronchitis Coughs and Colds Asthma Croup and Whooping Cough Its supremo 60c and 81 irlal bottle free Guaran teed by Pennys Drug Store 1 The popular vote for Presidential electors in 1888 the first year In which these reports were required by law was 11381408 in 1892 12043603 in 1896 13813243 in 1900 13964518 in 1904 13523519 and in 1908 14887133 or about one vote for every six persons To avoid serious results take Puloy s KIdnoy Remedy at the first sign of kidney or bladder disorder such as backache urinary Irregularities ox haustion and you will soon be well New Stanford Drug CojCharles Campbell a carpenter of Bowling Green shot and seriously injured ls brotherinlaw Jesse M Bui lard an insurance man There had been bad feeling between the two men due txlstlngbetween Preventlcs those Candy Cold Cure Tabletswill safely an 1 quickly check all colds and the Grip Try them once and seel 4825c old by Pennys Drug Btore President Taft sent to the Senate the nomination of Louis P Bryant of Louisiana to be surveyor of customs at NewOrlemhsV ihePersianGulf legion holds the record forheat ru13i1GsaleS of 35 Magnificent BUILDING LOTS In Beautiful West Danville There will be offered at public auction without reserve or bybid 30 of the most de sirable building lots in West Danville on Salurdag June 1209 Promptly at 1 oclock WEST DANVILLE is located in tho rr heart of the dentin district of the city new houses are being erected and thedemand for dwellings in this particular section is ond the supply If all tho lots to be offered had a house on them all could bo rented to desirable ten ants in less than 24 hours West Danville is barely outside of tho city limits where all the advantages of the town may be enjoyed yet without the payment of city taxes THIS SPLENDID subdivision fronts upon one of the most magnificent country estates in Kentucky and is without doubt tho real growing section of Danville within easy reach of water electric lights sewage and gas 100 in Gold will be given away absolutely FREE on the day of Sale Several of the lots to be offered front on the Perry villo piko and are the cream of the whole subdivision All lots except those fronting oil the Perryville pike are 50x200 feet and those on the pike are 00x260 Tho Boyle County Commercial and Development Society strongly en doreea tho opening of tho subdivision in West Danville and is doing nil in its power to secure homes for the new corners The certainty of tho permanency of the railroad division in Danville which is testified to by the fact that a 815000 office building is to be erect ed and the order issued directing the removal T f the general offices to Danville West Danville offers greater opportunities than an other section of townEach holder of a ticket will be registered and the holder of the lucky number must be present in person when the drawing takes place 850 wilt be given to first 825 to second 815 to third and 810 to fourth A brass band will be in attendance Danville reputation as an educational center is too far famed to require special notice here It may be mentioned that the Kentucky school for tho deaf Central University of Kentucky Cald well College Danville Business College numerous private schools and tho best public school in the State arc located here as well as handsome churches of all denominations Danville is tho terminal point of the Southern Railway and the divisional point of the Queen Crescent route Hundreds of railroad people are moving into the city West Danville1 is the one avail able residence section for these people When these lots ore sold all available building sites in this have been practically taken so now is the time to buy To tho speculation no better investment can be found Terms liberal and made known on day of s- aleDunn 6c Adams Real Estate Agents DANVILLE KENTUCKY I You Will Make No Mistake in Buying Th- eBrownRiding I andWaIk ing Cultivators Come in and look at them Screen Doors Screen Windows Screen Cloth Eta in All Sizes Shall be Glad to See You rW HHIGGiNS Stanford Kentucky Our lino of Mens Boys and Childrens Clothing is Wore complete than over before Come to see them before buying elsewhere SAM ROBINSONt STANFORD KY I have just received car of OLD JIICKOKY WAGONS tho best Dragon on the market for the money See theta before buying as there has been a great improvement in their construction E T PENCE STANFORD KY MILLINERY r I The Charles Wheeler Emporium Hustonville Ky I Invites you to the largest MILLINERY SE e LECTION we have ever shown Styles up to the minute Trices beyond competition We also state tbat ourSpring Lino is now complete To dive money como and eee and he convinced Our Spring Line of Shoes for Ladies Misses nnd Children and our line of Gents Shoes will certainly please Ilanan and Walkover lines are hummers and are strictly reliable Yours for an honest dealsCiiAHLia WitnnLKR Jfiirst Tfational dankanfordI7ga Orsanixtct 3S2 Capital Stock S50 OOO 34 3urplu and llnctiuititcl Profits S9OOO t I Nat paid in loidends slrioe Organization f2 500 Snvito Wow Jfccountrn Our Tfforltt 4 a I OFFICERS I S Hocker President- S T Harris Vice President Joha J McRoberts Cashier II C Baughman Asst Cashr WWSaundersDooVkeeper DIRECTORS f F Held J H Oaugbman M D ElmorJ M Feltu H C F Camratei t 1 IfSW B OUanaoa J SlJockerj CE Tate 1 I THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY It BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FIR RATES APPLY Tl LKAL MANMER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHOMEOOMPANy I NCCRPOHtTCn Stock Of Furniture For Sale The stock of Furniture in Lancaster Ky owned by the lato J C Robinson is offered fur sale privately It is the only i store of the kind in I ancaster and a splendid stand to make money For particulars apply to Ji 13 Collie Mtrltyor t J ROBINSON Exor HuAtoRvlIlt Ktntucky I o n