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In order to r educe my stock of Hardware and Stoves, I will sell 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. QUEENSWARE AND CARPENTERS ! The Interior Journal. HARDWARE AT COST! rybody , STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JUNE 4. 1909. MO. 28. - SUMMER HARDWARE. WAGON HARNESS, PLOWS & PLOW GEAR, STONEWARE. A largo assortment of I'jiinlile Pocket Knivcd, High Grade Scissor and TnWo Cutlery, lou will cave 10 per cent, on these. Now is your chance. Iligh-Qr.ulHatchets, Hammers and Saws and nil Kindt of Huihler's Hardware and Shelf Goods at an average of , oil" the regular price. c ATTENTION LADIES! Including Screen Doors and Screen Brecchiug, Bridles, Haracs and Cloth. Also a largo assortment of Poultry Wire, Lawn Hose and Lawn Mowers. Every one at cost. Cook Stoves and Heaters and All Double Shovel Plows and Garden Kinds of Tinware and Granites Waro, Plows at that same attractive COST Stove?, Vesecls and Hollow Ware. PKICE. All these at ABSOLUTE COST. Don't Miss This Great Sale. Come Early While you Have Your Choice. GEO. D. HOPPER, Groceries MIDDLEBURG. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. The Middlcburg Cornet Rand went to Mrs. Catherine Wilkinson is dead in Willow Springs Saturday to play for tho Goose Creek section of Casey. Mrs. Will George was kicked and se- the old soldiers. ' Ren Jones, little son of Q. R. Jones, riously injured by a mule at her home 'was thrown from a horse and suffered in Madison. Tho commissary of tho Virginia Coal a fracture of his collar bom.'. Virgil Wilhitc, the colored youth who and Coke Co , of Middlcsboro, was deshot J. W. Hague's nrare some weeks stroyed by fire. Ellis Mobley. son of It. G. Mobley, since, will have his trial at Yosemite of Danville, is dead of consumption af- Saturday. Several crops of tobacco have been ter a long ilness. Arthur Lucas, who got 15 years for set out in this section. Plants are not in Marion as plentiful as was thought and setting manslaughter committed has been somewhat retarded. county, has been paroled. .Miss Ruby Foglo and her CoL E. Polk Johnson, of Louisville, Mrs. Martha Fogle, went to Dana Confederate veteran, delivered the principal address at tho memorial ser- ville to see Mrs. P. II. Taylor. Mrs. vices in the National cemetery at Leb- Laura Leo is with her parents at Kings anon under tho auspices of the G. A. II. illc. Mrs. Mattie Estcs Scott, of Se- John Mitchell, aged&l, died at Corbin dalin. Mo., will arrivo this week to after a protracted illness. Thu burial spend the summer with her parents, occurred at Richmond, his old home. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Estcs. Miss liesaie friends Cynthlana. a 1BlbsMitchelI wasnow brother of Mrs. A. I.ee is with Nichols, at young man of tho Clarence a oi uoroin, um D, UmJerwoou, Walltown section, waa fined (50 in the ofb.Is place. Calvin Johnson, a Negro, was con- magistrate's court at Yosemite on a victed at Alexandria, Va., of tho mur- charge of carelessly handling a gun. It t, was a kind of family atfair. It develder of Walter F. Schultz, a Chicago on March 5. Schultz went to Wash- oped that Thomas Nichols, tho father ington to attend tho inauguration and of tho boy, got into a racket with Mrs. was lured to Alexandria and murdered. Nichols at tho breakfast table, when A party of fishermen found tho bod- tho boy took up for his mother and got ies of a negro man and woman lodged out his "shooting iron." Tho young in tho logs in a boom, near Wasioto, man took the verdict calmly and went Dell county. A coroner's Inquest was to jail to lay out the fine. Lightning struck Hart Colfey's houso hebi.tho verdict being accidental drowning. Tho man had about $3) in his on tho night of May 25 and running pockets, but no papers or anything by down, bursted the weather-boardin- g on which they could be identified could bo tho outside nnd tho ceiling within. Tho clock was knocked from its place found. About noon Monday, robbers entered on the mantle and landed on tho floor tho grocery store of Claudo May in the in a much damaged condition. Tho pa Mills building and took about $150 in per on the wall took fire but tho flames money and checks. Ho had arranged were extinguished beforo they gained his checks and cash to bo deposited, much headway. Mr. and Mrs. Colfey and left his bank book containing about had a close call, aa they were sleeping 175 in greenbacks and a liko amount in within a few feet of where tho bolt checks on his desk. During the dinner came down. hour the book and contents wcro taken. Men Past Fifty In Danger. j Advocate. Men past middle llfo havo found CHURCH MATTERS. comfort and relief In Foley's Kidney Rev. T. W. llarker will preach at Kcinedy. L. K. Morris, Dexter, Ky , Logan's Creek Union church next Sun- write: "Up to a year ago my father sulTercd from kidney nnd bladder day at 3 r. M. Good trouble and several physician proEmployment for 100 men. wages guaranteed. Apply at tho Meth- nounced It enlargement of tho prostato gland and advised an operation. On odist church Sunday morning. At Milton, Trimble county, two Ne- account of his ago uo were afraid ho gro churches, Christian and Methodist, could not stand it and I recommended were wrecked and several other struc- Foley's Kidney Uemody, nod tho llrst bottle relieved him, and after taking tures damaged by high winds. Roll call at tho Methodist church next tho second bottlo Uo was no longer Sunday. All the members are request-c- d troubled with this complaint. New to bo present at 10:45 A. M. Subject Stanford Drug Co. Sunday morning, "Reasons for tho Methodist church in Lincoln county." When former Sheriff Shipp and tho Epworth League scrvico 7 and preach, five other Tennesseans who were deing at 7:45 P. M. All aro cordially clared guilty last Monday week of conPastor. to these services. tempt of tho Supremo Court of tho The dedication service at tho Chris- United States presented themselves to tian church Sunday conducted by Rev. tho court for sentence Tuesday the reF. M. Raines, of Cincinnati, was a not- quest of their counsel for a postpone-meable event ard the result was that to allow them to file petitions for $2,750 waa pledged to the church. Rev. a rehearing was granted. The six men W. J. Loos, of Owenton, formerly pas- remain out on bond until the next term tor of this church, was present and participated in the services. G. D. Wyatt, of court. the pastor, and Hevs. V. T. Willis, J. D. Redd and W. L Brock were presTrouble Makers Ousted. ent. Prof. Copeland was the organist When a sufferer from stomach trouand the music was fine. The ushers were Messrs. R. U. Jackson, It. L. ble takes Dr. King's New Llfo Pills Slade, T. G. Moren and W. J. Pearl. he's mighty glad to see his Dyspepsia London Democrat. and Indigestion lly, but more-he- 's A tickling or dry cough can be tickled over his new, flno appetite, quickly loosened with Dr. Shoop's strong nerves, healthy vigor, all stomach, liver and kidneys now Cough Remedy. No opium, no chlor barsb. work; right. 23o at Penny's Drug roform, nothing unsafe ' Store. Sold by I'toay'i Drug itynt . grand-mother, ior-mer- ly ar-tisnt and Hardware, Stanford, Kentucky, Here and There. NEWS NOTES. f Jesse Fletcher, a wealthy business William O'UrienTaged 13, was killed by being thrown from a mule near Mt. man of Indianapolis, committed suicide Washington. at Turtle Lake, Mich. Dr. Ryland D. Pratt, of Shelbyville, Joseph Gough, aged 52, took an overdose of morphine by .nistako and died died at Mercy Hospital in Chicago, where he had suffered an operation for at Earlington. John Grayson and family had a nar an internal abscess. Nerve deserted cracksmen or they row escape from cremation by the burning of their home near Cynthiana. J would have succeeded in securing Voltmcr, aged 17, wos struck 000 that reposed back of a thin inner over the heart by a pitched ball at door of a safe in the Newport post-of- Ecorse, Mich , and died from the of ilro Theodore Roosevelt is going to visit fects. H. L. Blackford, aged 74, a carpen the station nt Kiiabe. of the African ter of Paducah, fell from a scaffold and Inland Mission, an American organizareceived injuries which resulted in his tion. He probably will mako the journey death. Mrs. Lutie Thomason Davis, one of Gov. Patterson granted pardons to 14 inmates of the Tennessee penitentiary. Georgetown's most highly esteemed Illness was the reason for most of the women, died after a short illness. Deceased was the sister of Frauk Thompardons. Six hundred Italian lumber workers ason, editor of tho Georgetown News. Boone county, Ind., which has been are on a strike at McCloud, Cal., and the sheriff has sworn in 50 deputies to dry by remonstrance for two years, decided against the admission of the licensprevent violence. A cyclone did heavy damage to wheat ed saloon in a local option election. The and fruit trees in Trimble county. Sev- dry majority wos 2,445. Not a towneral houses were wrecked nnd others ship voted wet. Francis E. Thoman, business agent of more or less damaged. James J. Hill, in an interview in Se- the Structural Iron Workers Union, was attle, says Patten did not corner the indicted by tho Chicago grand jury on wheat market, but merely took advan a charge of perjury in connection with his testimony for the defenso in the tage of an opportunity. In a fight at Jones' Mill, Wayne trial of "Skinny" Madden. county, Grant Frost shot and instantly Before and After. When the dozkilled James Tom Gulfey, who was ad 0 en saloons closed, Richmod owed vancing on him with a knife. of old debts including $12,000 School uotn Bides are claiming victory in the Philadelphia street railway strike. Bonds outstanding nn1 had but $1,000 Sinking Fund Tho car service is Bomewhat improved, in sinking fund. Our paid off but no cars whatever were run after now contains $0,000 wo have $1,000 of tho old debt, paid City Schools nightfall. $23,700 in past two years, as much as Several hundred telegraph and leading out of Paris, they received duringjho three years of wires 1903-5, have built a new street on France, have been cut recently, and the 0 down polico have ascertained that the out Bronston Place at $1,000, put 0 worth of concrete pavements, rages were committed in response to a worth of firo equipment, and paid circular issued by an anarchist organ all other running expenses and Yet did ization. it all despito the loss in theso two years Jasper Crum, a farmer of Martin Baloons. Oiling streets, county, was forced to leavo hia homo of 24,000 from modern electric by a mysterious woman who appeared vitrified tile drains, lights at $S00 less yearly cost. There at night armed with a revolver. No and colored school childtrace of the coupla has been found nnd are 2,000 white Richmond outside of Madison InCrum's wife has lost her reason while ren in and Normal School. Richmond his children are dependent upon the stitute Register. bounty of the neighbors. ?50,-Alfr$22,-00tele-pho4 $1,-70$2,-00- An Ideal Walking Oxford 9 jHK!8i VERY SWELL. Wei'M Extension kuct Reproduction cf thii Stvl Shoe. OXFORDS dreen, White, Tan, Ox Blood and Black, IN ALL THE STYLES FOR 1909, for Men, women and Children. ! - be-cu- No ono has ever mado a salve, ointThose attractlvo women who are ment, lotion or balm to compare with lovely In lace, form anu temper are nucklen's Arnica Salvo. Its tho ono tho envy of manv, who might be liko perfect healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns, them, A weak, sickly woman will be Bruises, Soros, Scalds, Dolls, Ulcers, nervous nnd Irrliabto. Constipation Eczema, Salt Itheum. For Sore Eyes, or Kidney poisons show In pimples, Cold Sores, Chapped Hands Its sublotches, skin eruptions and a wretch premo. Infallible for Piles. Only ed complexion. For ull such, Electric 25o at Penny's Drug Storo. Hitters work wonders. They regulate Don't drug tho Stomach, or stimuStomach, Liver and Kidneys, purify tho blood, give strong nerves, bright late tho Heart or Kidneys. That Is eyes, puro breath, smooth, velvety wrong. It Is tho weak nerves that aro skin, lovely comploxlon. Many charm- crying out for help. Vitalize theso ing women ouo their health and beau- weak Inside controlling nerves with ty to them. 60o at Penny's Drugstore Dr. Shoop's Restorative, and see how quickly good health will como to you Her father So you want to marry again. Test It and see! Sold by Penmy daughter, eh? Well, what are your ny's Drug Storo. prospects young man 7 "You seem much impressed with that Tho Young Man Well, cr er you know tho extent of your fortune better echo." "It's a wonderful thing." than I do, sir. "But why this unusual interest? "Why. I can say hello without hear The cleverest Imitation of real Cof ing that the line's busy." fee ever yet mado Is Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee, It Is line In flavor Many of our citizens are drifting to and Is made In just ono minute. No wards Urlght's disease by neglecting tedious 30 or 30 minutes boiling. Made symptoms of kidney und bladder troufrom pure parched grains, malt, nuts, ble which Foley's Kldnoy Remedy will etc. Sample free. "Penny 's Drug Store quickly cure. New Stanford Drug Co. --J Women Who Are Envied. Could Not Be Better. Cummins SfWearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Use Arnold's Bugg There is nothing, better. We paint Old Vehicles and make them look like new Get'our prices. We solicit your trade. R. M. ARNOLD. DANVILLE. KY. i The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON ANDY JOHNSON REMEMBERED. BRODHEAD. WAYNESBURG. There la ono man who acceded to the, presidency of the United States whose memory is little honored by tho party in power and that is Andrew Johnson, who became president on the death by assassination of Abraham Lincoln. However, a national cemetery surround-In- g his last resting placo at Greenville, Tenn., was dedicated this week, but Tennesseearn alone seem to have participated in the ceremonies. Tho principal speaker made an able defense of the life and character of Mr. Johnson, whom he claimed was tho most misunderstood of men and whoso prosecution under impeachment proceedings ho said was tho most unjust that malignance) ever devised. The violence of tho feeling against Mr. Johnson in those troublous days Is shown by tho fact that ho came within a few votes of impeachment. Tho State of Tennessee has often signally honored the "Old Tailor." Besides giving him a number of local offices, ho was Congressman 10 years, governor for one term by election nil ono by appointment by Mr. Lincoln, and was twico elected to tho United States Senate, the last time after his 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 gram. and original principles may furnish a clue to tho neglect of his memory, Chatauqua, High Bridge, Ky. whilo other men neither as worthy nor Elaborate preparations aro being as patriotic have been honored at public expense in stone, bronze and eulogy. made by tho management of tho Chautauqua at High Bridge. They have se That Lexington is going to be the cured 1,000 individual tents with all tobacco market of the country is rapid- necessary bedding and conveniences. ly being demonstrated. Tobacco men In addition to this they will erect an from many points are arranging to build auditorium that will seat 3,000 people. factories and warehouses there and lots They will also set up a new dining hall near railroad switches are in great de- for serving meals. They have secured mand. At an auction of lots on Broad- the services of some of the most promiway just below the Q. & C. depot, lots nent speakers of the day, among whom that a few years ago no ono would ac- are Governor Hanly, of Indiana. Govcept, if he had to pay the taxes, sold ernor Glenn, of North Carolina, Senator at $45.50 a front foot Tuesday. It was Bob Taylor, of Tennessee, Congresstho highest price ever recorded for such man Hobson, of Alabama, Dr. Geo. R. property. Stuart, of Tennessee, Dr. U. L. DavidThe General Assembly of the Presby- son, of Washington, D. C, and Dr. H. terian church at Denver adopted reso- C. Jamison, of Ohio. Other features lutions against the use of tobacco, but will be tho Dixie Quartette, a Splendid some of the ministers say they will ig- Orchestra, Soloists, Readers, Entertainit and continue to smoke just as ers, Moving Pictures and Illustrated Rev. J. A. Carr, of Heavy, Laurel Quito a number of our pcoplo attendcounty, preached two excellent sermons ed the Sunday School Union at Pleas- anno unristian cnurcn aunaay morn-- ( ant I'oint last Sunday, and also a miming and night. ber attended the dedication of the This town has passed an ordinance Methodist church at Eubanks. that cows must not run at largo over Misses Eva and Oca and Mr. Coo tawn during tho night. A good law If Moscr, of tho McCormnck's section, complied with. visited relatives at this place. Mrs. G. Tho bridge across Negro Creek south T. Gooch and Willio Curtis, of Somer-o- f town has been treated to a new floor set, aro visiting tho family of H. H. and other needed repairs. J. H. Wll- - Singleton. Mr. and Mrs. Will Sims and ' children, of Some-set- , Hams did tho work. attcmlrd tho Tho wife of Will Arch Hayes, of tho decoration hero Sunday. Ottowa section, has typhoid fover. Tho K. O. T. M. and L. O. T. M. and Mrs. Uottio Newland and children are Modern Woodmen will form in lino at visiting in Garrard and Madison coun- the K. O. T. M. Hall and march to tho ties this week. Wayncsburg cemetery decorato the Herman Frith is getting ready to graves of tho deceased members Sunmako concrete brick. Wc do not know day, Juno 13th. Tho "Memorial Serfor what purpose ho will use them but mon" will bo preached by Rov. J. A. presumo he will build a hen house, cs Singleton. Evciybody cordially invited. he is in tho poultry trade at present. Kentucky Fair Dates. Rov. A. J. Pike received n message from his brother, Rev. Kin Pike, of Stanford, July 21- -3 days. Berry. Harrison Co . that a little son Georgetown, July 27 5 days. aged five, had fallen into a tub of hot Lancaster, July 23- -3 days. water nnd was pcalded to death. Tho days. Winchester, Aug. remains wcro brought to Pino Hill days. Danville, Aug. Tuesday and buried in tho family buryBluegrass Fair, Lexington, August ing ground. 9- -C days. Tho meeting at Freedom last Sunday Taylorsville, Aug. 104 days. was very interesting and a large crowd Harrodsburg, Aug. 123 days. present. The next meeting will bo held Lnwrenceburg. Aug. 171 days. nt Flat Rock church, three miles south Barbourville, Aug. 183 days. of Mt. Vernon, on Aug. 29th. Ed AlBrodhead, Aug. 183 days. bright and Granville Owens, of this Shelby ville, Aug. 215 days. place, were selected to arrange the pro Elizabelhtuwn, Aug. days. B. D. CAHTEIT, New Liven Depot Street, Phone 90, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Harry Jacobs, In nml Manufacturer of SUMMER s, Mnrblo and Crnnlto Ky. Monu-mont- Markers and I'cult, (Vineterjr nnd f.nn Vnsesaml hvttren, OIIIc nml works, CONCRETING tn nil klndi nt Work, nnd. In fnct. woenn mnkcnnj thing from r Wo mil er home rinnn to n fence jrou ironiill nnd RunrnnU" work nnd imtterlnl. ('nil nnd net our price Ix'foro you huy your innterml nt leiisl s In position to Wnrr iucIi as Muck mm. At last the hot weather is here and it calls for Cool Garments, Two-PieSuits, Light Weight, Full Bloomer. Trousers, Negligee Shirts, Light, Cool Underwear. ce xt Mrsl-cln- PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. 35 43 Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns. Nothing But Insurnnco. Jesse D. Wearen, . Th Insurance Man, STANFORD, KY. Hesldi nee Tlione M; Ofllco, Springfield, Aug, 254 days. ! London, Aug. 25 I days. Frankfort, Aug. 314 days. Tho snfi-stsurest nnd moil adequate safeNicholasville, Aug. 314 days. guard for the future U n policy In Bardstown, Sept. 1 i days. Mutual Benefit Life days. Monticello, Sept. Insurance Co. Kentucky State Fair, Louisville Sept. It Is conspicuous for economical manage13- -6 days. ment. Illieriillty of Us rmllcv contracts, fair dealing wllh Its members nnd large returns Everyone would be benefited by tak- io iiioucy noiuers. I lie company is just entering the ing Foley's Orlno Laxative for con- 243 Insure with mo nnd lie fully protected. Safeguard the Future , Low Show Gauze Socks, Straw and Panama Hats, Low Collars and Narrow Ties. These are the articles needed now and we can furnish them in 74 The SIXTY stipation, stomach and liver trouble, of n successful FOURTH YEAR business career with more as It sweetens tho stomach and breath, policy bolder. In Lincoln county than nil other companies combined. Write for gently stimulates the liver and regu- particulars, stating age nnd whether mar-rle- d or single to lates the bowels and la mucb superior It. m. mjwimi, Hpecini Agt. Myer, House Flats, Htnnford. to pills and ordinary laxatives. New Jnine, I, White, Stanford Drug Co. Hollcllor for Itockcastle Co. many prices and patterns. PEYTON. I will itnnd my nne mula Jnck IVyton. ni my larm ni jiureinnu, jvy..m ioinsu a living colt. Alto wilt stand n standard-breregistered V.'llkei stallion nnd three tine young jacks II Ls permitted to eren few mare, free, io my regular customer, wnere they breed turce marts or more. II. 11. KINO. d JAMES N. DYE, Optlcnl Hpeclnllst and Kxpert Watchmak er. located permanently at McMnney, Ky., w lth n complete equipment for testing the and pracees,nlon thorough knowledgetwo schools, tical exerlence;graduate from Tne Houth Ilend t'olleire of Ootlcs and llradley l'olytecnlo Institute, of 1'eorta, III., iioroioKicni iepnrimeni. 11 you are ,ui ferlng from eyestrain, headache, or If you are nervous. Irritable, those nre the Indentions of some derangement of the refracts es stem, whlcb may often detelop Into cnrouicor incuniiiieuisenseoi ineeye nnd enn In most cases lie prevented by properly lltted glasses. Cure should be taken tn selecting your glasses. Mlsntted lenses. In ery mniiy enses, nroe tola) Injurious nnd sometimes Intnl. Therefore you should conoptician. Wntchmnklng sult a prnctli-n- l Department. My watchmaking department Is complete In eery resiect. ('nil do pivoting, stalling Jeweling nnd nil kinds of wiitch repairing In the most skilled and cnreful uinnner. Watch repairing; not wntch "tlnkerlng"or "botching. ' H. J. McJROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. nore they did when the excessive use of the Lectures. 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." The deficit in the National treasury is $97,857,836, with one month remaining of the fiscal year. By June SO, it is estimated that it will be $110,000,000. Lord, how long will it be before a return to the good old democratic principle of an economically administered government ? May be after a while tho people will rise in their might and scourge the unworthy servants from tho temple. A special 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 Bridgo Park and is making reservations and answering inquiries. SILVER KING, JR.. KS. Will mnke the season of lfrnoat my stable ntCednrOreek, nt r to liiture n Ihlug colt. HUmt King, Jr., It n (lurk buy with n henvy mnnoitnd tnll, full 11, hnnd, high. Hewn, sired tiy Hllver Klng.ho by OnTlme, son of Htone nil Jackson. lit ilmn by UiittnHtonewull Jnckron, Jr.. on of llubllOld Stommnll Jnckton. At dnm by On Mw 111 Lexington. 3d dnm n cel saddle liorxe of Wnne ith dnm by Miller's Copperl-ottomof Wajne county. Hller King', dnm wn, Motile Mounce bv Cnbbeirs Lexington, ton of lllood'a Mack Ifuwk. :d dam ty Young America nun of T ivlor's Mesnqer. Will iil.so stand the good Jack, , Prescription Pointers ! -- POLITICAL. In the administration of justice some Senator Bradley has recommended singular things occur. A man in the Ohio penitentiary condemned to die July Thomas C. Holt for appointment as Brocoii, Rockcastle coun, for tho murder of his sweetheart, is postmaster at ty. to have a diseased leg amputated to enHis belief in free religion was ex able him to live long enough to be electrocuted, and tho execution is to be pressed by President Taft in a speech postponed until he is able to stand it. to a delegation from the Seventh Day Looks like they might let the poor fel Adventists who visited him at the low die all at once instead of by de White House. Justice Harlan Tuesday celebrated grees. his 76th birthday, and when attention If Managing Editor R. W. Brown, of was called to the fact he replied that that best of evening papers, tho Louis- he felt "just as spry as he had felt any ville Times, wants to retain the good time for many years." will of every rural rooster ho will Senator Cummins Introduced his incause "The Commonwealth" column of come tax amendment to the tariff bill. his paper to be resumed. It was one of It provides for a tax of 2 per cent, on the most Interesting of the many enter- all incomes of individuals or corporataining features of the paper. What's tions over $5,000 a year. the matter with Mr. YV. S. Kaltenbach-e- r Delvan Smith and Charles R. Wil? Make him get busy again. liams, of the Indianapolis News, Indicted The Louisville correspondent of the for criminal libel by the grand jury of Cincinnati Enquirer is making a spec the District of Columbia, appeared in ialty of naming prospective or receptive the Federal Court at Indianapolis to candidates for governor. A few of resist removal to Washington. Judge those mentioned mlghtjprove good gu Anderson ruled against the contention bernatorial timber, but the majority of of the Government's attorneys and held them are rotten. However, mention! that it would be necessary to show that do not hurt any one and makes the there was express malice as well as immentioned feel mighty big. plied malice in the publcation. be a hades of a Exposition The place. Statistics are said to show that at Seattle was formally opened Tuesit holds second place in the United day. President Taft pressed the signal States in the scale of wickedness, with key in the White House at Washington Norfolk, Vs., first. And now comes which set the machinery of the big President Patterson, of the State Uni- show in motion. At Seattle there was versity, to say it is too vile a place for an elaborate program, including a mill the education of boys. What a pity tary and naval parade and an address by James J. Hill. A GREAT ado is made over the allegEarnest Friend And above all ed great performance of Mr. Roosevelt in killing a hippopotamus. As these huge things, you must learn patience. animals can not get out of the way The Graduate Yes; we take lessons much faster than a snail, the shooting in mat, too. uoserve tne oratory we of one is no more exciting than killing are obliged to listen to during the grad uation exercises. the family cow. Pains of women, head pains, or any A distinguished New York profespain stopped in 20 minutes sure, with sor says if we live on a diet mainly of Dr. Snoop's Pink Pain Tablets. See 120 would live ic 1 At I to Injure n Ulng colt. N'lgger U n iIick JacK IShands. 4jenr old and l n good lndlxldunl. He li oy HlacK Cloud and ne by Tom Keeue. K. W. WHITK. Cedar CreeK, on Htanford and CrnbUrchnrd plKe. NIGGER, Dinwiddie & ry an of goods. up-to-d- ate ' Co., Chester Peavine SIM. Hustonville- - Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We carline FourMiiri old, 15.3 bands, n bright luiy with Iwst of ione, coniormniion nnd action. Hired by Ilex IYiuIiih lie by Kox McDonald hd. First dam Mlii Madison I'M, liv Ohestvr Dare 111. Hecouddnm by lVinltieSi. Third dnm by Htnnewnll Jucksnu '?. no introduction N'otk. This horse to the people of this county. He has been before the public since a nnd Ills show record Is known to all; suffice It to ay. he as show li nil oer Kentucky last seiisou by O. T. Handldge and met defeat only it few time,, lfo went around no horse, showed every week ngulnst nllngeslntueep-stak- e saddle ring, and was never furthtr back than second. He Is n allow horse under saddle. In harness he has won quite n number of roadster rings. nil ngesut Nlcbolasllle In biglie defeatedring. roadster ou tee from hi, breeding lie bus two crosses of Mack Hqulrrel, twoof IVuvlne, twoof Htonewall Jackson. It you are looking for fashionable saddle horse blood, here it Is. Hee him nnd see him do and you will breed to htm. Will serve n limited number of mare, at po to Insure n U Ing colt. I7K-- It is customary for every druggist to claim to be "best" in prescription work. Good claim but wc can't all be best. This .tore claims ability, capability, facility and a complete stock of drugs. We have the goods, the equipment, the ex- periencc. nd INSURANCE. R. B. MAHONY PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. ALL PEAVINE, high, shown all oer the Htatelnst year and wa, only defeated twice by stallions once under saddle and once In narness. uotn lime, by Ho you brother,. iieitateasee he hasnt a badhis half record a, a show horse. He I, all hi, nam Iraplle. being sired by Ilex Peat lne 1710. 1st dam by Peavine ffS;Znd dam by Warren Harris' Denmark ;Srd dam by John Nosily. if you are looking for I'ea lne blood here It Is. Will be permitted to serve limited number ol mare, at tx to Insure a living colt. At same time and olaoe will stand two IS coll. food mule jack, at no to Insure a living they advertising a, )mii need bave made several season, at this barn and every one know, their colt,. Hervloe fee due on all the above advertised stock when mare I, sold, traded or bred to other stock. Due u an case wuuu con i, loaiea. Thl, hone 1, three year, old. n red snrral good shaped ono and as good galled one a, you will nnd anywhere. He I, 15. hand, wa, Hubject to Register. Lexington must Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Are You Going To Build ? Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, While we aro hero to build the Lincoln county court house anil, (houhl Life, Live Stock, Health the building fever strike you, why not havo a little talk with us? We aro and Accident, Plate n a better position to build you a nice Glass, Surety on Bonds Brick Dwelling or A Neat Business House Immediate attention being able to materials cheaper given to losses which a building up buy all considerable lowerand therefore are intoo position to nut for a price. Nothing too are paid without dis- small and the distance will not stop us from figuring with you, large or not matters count. where you live. We invito any prospective builder to give us a trial. Wa furnish all plans any specifications for such buildings that wo might erect, free of charge. ff T to years. buttermilk we full formula on 25c Box. Sold by Pen But who would want to live that long ny's Drug Store. with such a diet T We had rather not Mary had a little calf, live so long and eat more. And it was white as snow; Mr. Roosevelt's nurse has just died But Mary on aeeowt of it, la New York. They are bsciaaiaaj to weulasi't . die earn the aetiea. Mt the wM I dying all alee far Ute neat 190 . Rws frista? I Dalmas wa, aired by Ceclllan Chief. dam by Ultlinu, jKnd dam Drum-- , Vermont avkeaearbr-- M taa wis,, aha, aru aam oy nay uict tin dam by Ual SU osl taea, elf-elU- j jPSili tawty bMtar. locking,. r thl. NOTK. In offerlns the urvlm IteveaUesare young stallion. I feel that he I, what we need saej b nig to Improve our stock. He ha, breeding, ,l,e. bone, , peed and action. He will get .hone, aUnrTSrSoi MseTiiroa aa alio w. Ukkkaf big enough to work. Mil and also to make fi3Lin mtfum but alas tave half tov broodmare,. Seeblm before you breed and you will breed to him. He I, well enough tasfsii, tsretia' bred to get trotter,. aMrlMri TKHMS.-W- I1I stand him at low prloeof 110 .tat po&kVhaUo ff Stakeaaiiif aS to.1.u.l,u-taawaareer ansjswM eivsafl ree 'Iv.'ns ll- - Service fee due when 1, r colt mare traded, Mid or bred to other stock. At same time and place the two good mule , w m siw SsriKDOlia, ' YOU all .vw uvn iHH. low! Dreexs. TKKM8- .- mi to insure a living coll. Money ue a with above advertised rtock. K. B. bOUDDKR, McKlBoey, Ky. STONE, Tbl, stallion I, a dark bay, t year, old. Id hand, 1 Inch high, with best of oone.actlon. a very heavy mane and tall. Head hi, pedigree and you will see he I, a, well bred one a, you can find In county. Bred by Ool. Hall Anderson, McKlnney, Ky, DALMAS, Stop That Cold To easek arir atMt ar OriviM with "mvwtica" Maw ran defeat lor nuuaiotua. To Mop a cola sat, than tolM It run aodb, is aHarsrarsa. rra. a 1st vaaiMwUiawt naa a oeeety seated cola, but wMs FRITZ KRUEGER & F. H. MILLER, frve,l isi. thsyhwak. at Preventics PENNY? 0MM GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. ni OUR is a tha IAWN FENCE if less expensive and better fence wood. More ornamental, dura- ble and a time saver as you need no saw, hammer and nails to keep it in repair. Call at our store, see the beautiful fabric and gates and let us show you the low prices on a good feaee job. r T V T r . F 3 Our Semi-Annu- al sale of Keep this date in your mind THURSDAY, JUNE 10TH. On this date we will begin our 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, Laces and Ribbons. These are left of this season's most desirable goods and of course the best sellers. You can procure your Summer needs from these counters. You remember how quickly the bargains were grabbed up at our last sale? Sale begins Thursday morning at 8 o'clock. Don't let this opportunity to make one dollar buy two dollars worth get by you. mid-seas- on Remnant Sale! STANFORD KY. L. It. Hughes T. V. Humble j SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. ? & SON. at Mueller's. e STANroKn, IcR CKRAU Drug Store. Ky., - Skatino rink Friday night. Skatino at Walton's Opera tonight, Friday. Tamme, Stanford, tobacco plants for nalo. I Liiiiiey cut glass - - House Binder twine nt W. II. Hlggins' reach- .If si: 1, 190H Frank Ky., The latest creation in Ranges has ed Farris Tuesday. " oda water at Penny' "personals. Mb. J. It. IlAitnts l In Parii on in bu.i-nci- s. Wedding and graduating presents of Wk are still mixing that rent paint on quality at Mueller's. .. Somerset street at Eads' tin shop. Hi; A I) Geo. I). Hopper's advertise Si:i: our Glnss Ovcndoor Range. The ment which appears on firat page. newest and best appliance for ranges. mm m m mi D. Houton was thii week. Harry, little. .on of S. D. Eads, is quite sick. MR. D. C. ALLEN, of the West End, ii very sick. Miss Annie Miliiurn is visiting relatives nt Lnncnstcr. llF.vr.RLY Hout Is nt homo from Stnto College, Lexington. Mr. W. M. Duncan, who had typhoid fever, Is convalescing. John Cincinnati of Wilkinson & Singleton's millet seed. country killed beef, xrk and mutton. BOino hand-painte- Try For Sale. Cow peas and German C. C. Carpenter, Huston-vlllcar-loa- o. of wire fencLook in Tribute & Pence's handsome Just received a d d ing, barbed wire and nails. George II. china closets for Mrs. McClary's china. Farris. The young peoplo aro looking forDr. W. N. Craio, oculist and optician. Olllce over H. J. McRoberts' ward to the skating rink at Walton's Opera House clothing store. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Taylor, of Danville, were here Tuesday. J. T. Wilkinson is visiting his cousin, Chester Portman, at Liberty. Mr. A. T. Sine, of Kow City, Okla., visited his uncle, Mr. A. C. Slno. ... Messrs. J. C. Eubanks and J. T. Embry wero in Cincinnati this week. Mrs. W. A. Tridble and children aro visiting her parents at Maysvillo. Mrs. J. M. Phillips was at Bcrea this week to ico her mother, who is ill. Ciias. P. Montgomery, county of Casey, was here on business , For the next 30 days I will sell gc raniums and all kinds of pot plants at ' cost. Ed Hubbard. Mr. James I. Hamilton, of Lancaa-ter- , salo Satur I WILL have another hat was hero yesterday. Joe Mack Newland Is clerking for day. Every hat goes at n reduction, Miss Ella May Saunders. Mhan& Adams In Danville. Eventually you will uso Denham's Rex Coal in your cook stove. Why not begin now nnd save the difference ? Yards at Stanford and Rowland. Tho good trotting mare Lightsome. 2:U1, is dead nt Lexington. She was owned by L. V. Ilarkness. Tho management of the Winchester baie ball team turned down nn otTor of $2,500 for Pitcher Toncy. Philadelphia made the offer. John Maxey, a Negro who shot B. C. Bowers, a circus man with Howes' hows. win taken from tho jail nt Frankfort und hanged. Many of the streets of Tangier arc too nairow to nllow p?ss(ro for a wagon or cnirisge Most of the freight is transported by donkeys. To set at rest ny apprehension, Consul Grilllth, at Tnmpicn, Mexico, has cabled the Stalo Department a dpnml of reports of any storm domago at that place. At tho close of tho fiscal year 1908 tho railroad mileage of the United States was 230,000. as compared with 13G.883 in 18S8 nnd 18I.G48 In 1808. The net capitalization is 513,000,007,012, an Increase of 39.8 per cent, over the figures of 1893. W. O. Martin 2 a "a . o sr o zz Slsg.ggg'H. rj'5 HrtE'S 3zan 2.'"H. 2 " !. 2 Els -- . 2a 5 ra m erIs.s-- 5 s s i5 5? s n S & 3 , 2, 58 SS B ss 31, " 15 o o 2. ? ;5 S' " 2. i. 5 " r ft 5" 5 ". n g 2. c b i 2.ir 2 a 5 2. T 52 o 0 m 3 r D O y. M - f LC 5 fi ? o2 ao 3 TTp'K-- 5 a J. i')" Daly, representing the Kentucky Gazette, Lexington, paid this oflko a call Tuesday. Mrs. Kathleen Ueazley and daughter, Josephine, and Miss Martha Kanoy are visiting in Lexington. -Miss Mary D. Kennedy returned last nicht from Sturgis, where shu had TvTrn of n millinery store. Mits7jD. Eads and son, Ulmont, are visiting friends and relatives at Mill Springs and Monticello. Mb. C. F. CllENAV'LT and wifo and Miss Lluta Histe. 6i Richmond, are guests of Mrs. E P. WckIj. Mrs. Martha Myers is at tho bed-ilJo- Wednesday. Mr. E. G. Mr. W. H. Ilrown, who is crit- Mrs. G. 0. Perry went to Richmond Wednesday for her little son, Igo, who was taken 111 while visiting there. Mesdames Lucy St. Clair and Steele Bailey arrived Wednesday from Homo, Ga., to tho delight of their mnny friends. Miss Frances Cooper, of Stanford, Is tho guest of Mrs. Robert II. Young at "Idylo Wyldo" this week. Mil. John Owsley Reid has returned from Pittsburg. Pa., more convinced than ever that thcro Is no placo like ically 111 at his home in Casey. r !i Stanford, Gatewood Ueazley, the son, of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ueazley, r.inu(rcrlng from a sprained shoulder, the result of a fall. Col. W. P. Walton, of Lexington, the veteran newspaper editor, was in town on business Friday and paid us a pleasant call. Somerset Journal. Mr. and Mrs. John II. Brioiit left Wednesday for Dallas. N. C. with a view to locating. Lincoln county people generally give this splendid couple up with much regret. Miss Maroabet Dunn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Dunn, of Dan-- i vllle, and niece of Mr. II. J. McRob-ert- t. a of thl place, was one of tho of Caldwell Collego and was "Historian" of her class. grad-twte- LOCALS. fl jjk t. Clothes French cleaned. Cook & Farmer. j 8m the only complete and range oa the market at Farris'. THE Woolen Mill - at McKinney, C. y, ,H. Wright, proprietor, started up Tuea-da- Beddino plants are now ready and we are ready to put them out. Ed Hub9 bard. mm Attention Is called to the advertisement of the lot sale of Dunn & Adams, the Danville real estate men. ' J. R. Bailey, of Knox county, earae down Wednesday and beagat a tobacco bedeaehef J. B. Cameaiaoh, J. A. Mm-nta- ff and FeNx Wnite. He wttl put in 19 er II mm m Kb fen. It rains every day and every night Stanford. Ky., and the ground is wet good and deep. OHIre In !. O. Vnnclevcer-- . (tore on Knit having their Inning and Mnln Hr.ft. AH work Eunranteptl. AImi The weeds aro Taxes. The tax books for 1909 are are growing by leaps and bounds. in sloe nil assortment of grnplio phones nnd n full line of records. Come in and get your re now ready. Badly Hurt. While riding yesterceipt. T. J. Hill, sheriff. Tlii McKlnnty Woolin Mills, . p. day at Lancaster, Jailer David Ross' News there Accodinq to the Liberty McKlnniy, Ky. horse stumbled and fell, rolling over will be K'tween 2,000 and 3,000 acres of Mr. Ross and painfully hurting him, tobacco in Casey county this year. Is now In oprrntVm nnd Is rendy to lent-tin-pulillc In making I.lnspys, Positively, I will credit no ono for Hlankpts, Flannels, Yarns, Ktc. Will either For Sale. 50.000 Brazilian and Ber laundry. I will cheerfully deliver all mnrK wool orexclmnse goods lor It. 1IIRU muda potato plants, 20c per 100; $1.75 laundry but wool. if tho delivery boy is not est market price for C.H.WIUOIIT, Pror. per 1,000. W. S. Wlgham, alorcland, paid he will bring the laundry back and U. Ky. it will be kept at my barber shop until SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGIBear in mind that tho O. & C. will it is paid for. I am compelled to take NEERING. run a $1 CO excursion to Cincinnati Sun- this step owing to an accumulation of day. Train passes Junction City at G accounts, which has put me in the hole, I am prepared todonll kinds of snnelng nml cl II engineering promptly. My work Ed Wilkinson. A. M. will ! KUiirnntewl nnil my prices are reasonable. Write me nt McKinney or cull m Circuit Court. Virtually nothing oer the telephone through the Hustomllle Bettie Rouinson, coloied, for many P. P. Nunnelley, has been dona in the circuit court since Kxclinnge. years cook for Mrs. WA LTKIl MCKINNEY. died Wednesday night of typhoid pneu- our last issue. Judge Bell has not decided tho contest cose of M. S. Bough-ma- n monia. The Truth against W. L. McCarty nor has he Every person in this city who is sufMessrs. C. E. Tate and J. H. Bough-ma- n given any intimation as to when he will Pimples, Dandhave sold tho machinery of tho hand down his opinion. Tho grand jury fering from Eczema, ruff or any form of skin or scalp disStanford Laundry to Pollard Bros., of has returned 17 indictments so far. It ease, can find relief and be permanentGeorgetown. will meet again next week. ly cured by Zemo, a clean liquid foi ZEMC Some scamp robbed a big tobacco I desire to thank tho friends and external use. All durecists sell bed belonging to S. M. Owens, of the relatives for their kindness and sympaPENNY'S DRUG STORE. West End. Every plant large enough thy in my lato bereavement. Especial to set out was taken. ly do I wish to express my gratitude to FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNTY FOR SALE ! Ellis Hayden, little son of Mr. J Rev. Willis for his words of condolence, W. Havden, of Pans, lead tho whole also the C W. B. M., choir and under A line Lille grass farm lor sale situated on school during tho last year. His aver taker for loving prayer, touching songs newiilke near Point und six mires of lJincniter. ago was 90. There aro nearly 600 child and beautiful funeral services. Tho ex southlocated In gixul containing 'jiu acres, neighborhood, being well ofptirl of the John Wulser Irncl, wlllm handrun In the Paris Gr&Jcd Scliuul. The pression of deep sympathy in floral een-roosome new, residence littlo fellow is a grandson of Mrs. Per ferings are duly appreciated. June II, tnereon, wiiu mi neceksiirvouiDuiiuuigsnnu Reid, Hustonville. good, new Well wittered, tli 40t. and creek running mclia Brown, of this place. neer (ailing springs through. Tkhmh. U cash In timid, balnnce one and This and That. Will W. White's storo near Hangtwo years from day ot sale, bearing six ptr ing Fork Bridge on tho Danvillo piLe cent Interest until paid. All traffic on the lines of the PittsPersons looking (or such place plen to write was broken Into Tuesday night and a .u. alkmi, mnnioru Held Street Railway Co. is tied up fol or see lot of goods stolen. Lair's bloodhounds lowing n striKo of the conductors and were brought to tho scene and trailed motormen. to tho homo of a Negro. In tho mean Tho wedding of Miss Irene Bond Lil- You can (Ind our HtamlanI Remedy, the t mo tho goods had been returned and ian), of Lawrenceburg, and William freatest bloodond lUer medicine) et know n. Kheumallsni, Hnlt Hbeiim, Kidthe chase ended. ney Trouble diseases from Hogin Maddox, nf Shelbyvillc, took Impure blood and allno eiiual. arisingmanuIt Is It has factured under the pure food net ot Jun? an, At the elocutionary contest at Wnl place at Cincinnati. llrnrt, nnd guaranteed by the manufacturer If ton's Opera House June 1G the winner The National Association of Retail the lteuu-d- Is taken according to directions by and If he or she Is Grocers is in convention at Portland, o( the IUmiiihIv we not benefitedvour the use will receive $15, tho second $10 and the money. will refund We can do nothing more, Kuch third $5. During tho evening Prof. J Oro. Louisville Is in the raco for the contains susaoses wiinn registered package guaran W. Ireland, and Misses Ethel Fottro next place of meeting. tee ana tunning enru wim lull instructions any address by mall on re We send A California man thinks ho has dis ceipt o( IIIt to package or six packages for and Mary McRoberts will sing solos and per oox in Miss Em Smith, of Danville, will give covered a process whereby he can dim H. ueuerorueru sne n uig 11 takenbill, timoyou nugni doctors innto tho "drunk" from whisky with llemember if you take the lleme.lv accord a violin number. ing to Instructions and are not benented, out reducing its exhilarating powers. you get your dollar back. You will not Everybody Jncrease for P. M's. W S. Povard, D. D has resigned find the remedy In drug stores for sale. It uy our uuiy nuiuoriteu agents who has had dealings with the Stan the presidency of Moore's Hill College, lisoiuoniy IlfcUUKN WII.LIAMH, Agent. ford postofflco will be glad to know that Ind., after one year s service, to ac clever Mr. James C. Florence's salary eept the vice presidency of tho Univer has been raised from $1,000 to $1,700. sity of Chattanooga. The postmaster at Danville will here The tailor shop in which Andrew This magnificently bred young stallion my the after get $2,400, Harrodaburg $2,000, Johnson labored at Greenville, Tenn., will make Ky., seasou of ltw utas thestable ut(better known Dr. HalStanford, Pineville $1,600 and before he reached the presidency, will ley place) ai iia to insure a living coil. London $1,700, l)on Varrtck Is 18- a beautiful chestnut, Barbourville $1,000, an increase of $100 be preserved by the Andrew Johnson short back, heavy bone; In fact the highest type of the trotter. He Is by the great Onin each case. Memorial Association. ward Hllrer :UW, that won the tS,uuu Trana seven heat Despondent because he was short of sylvania Inwon the lltLOUO race In lira and the What a pity it is that people who at tame year Iionner Memorial heats 4M tend public entertainments and are in- funds, Esse! Sisk, 16 years old, of Dix and the M. later In broken tJS,J0. and sold for Don Vartjroou and sold for terested in the program must be sub on, a student at Bethel College, Rus- - rtck Is bred exactly like Hpanlsh Queen that making sellvilie, commuted sutciae oy snooting won tbeSS.oooTransylvanla in lMt,one of the jected to the annoyance of a a record of tM and was classed as through the head. big four, being one of the greatest money gratuitously given by a lot of youths in himself According to Consul D. R. Birch, of winners on the grand circuit last year, by Onward, one of the greatthe adolescent stage, who talk and gig Alexandria, the final authentic estimate (Jeorge Wilkes, Onbest sons gle and make all the unnecessary noises fixes the size or the Egyptian cotton est and dam was theofdam of Director, the ward 's slro that great family ot trotters possible on such occasions. It would be eroD. now Deing marketed, at from cers.of Don varrlck's, 1st dam was by and paWilkes Hoy, by George Wilkes, a full sister to The a great relief if they were muzzled, or 696,000,000 to 650,000,000 pounds. to Madeline After a thorough search for Jasper Wait f.loAi. and half sister2il0, Winches-ter.r.m- i, kept at home. Danville Advocate. Crumm, the man who was kidnaped Patchen, the dam ot Hubber, Hilly WlltonxiX), and Miss ltziiso; Amen and amen. from his nome near incz a lew nights xnd dam Mary, by Bom's ilrey Kagle, the of The Wag Iiiw. Madeline Patchen, by mysterious person, no trace of Colson. Mrs. J. C. Colson died at ago mana or tho mysterious one haa been dam thedamof IlubLer xilo. Winchester XslVJJ, the Uiuy nuioDiiw, buu miss iv. saw. her home near Turncrsvllle Tuesday af- discovered. Don Varrlck's dam uroduced Dr. Conner that paced a lpublic, halfIn itttJi' the Lexingter a protracted illness of stomach trouThe attempt of tho Philadelphia Rap-I- d ton track at months mile onand sold to Company to run ita cars was about 60 years old and a Transit ble. She Igo that also produced daughter of the late J. Wesley Eu- with strikebreakers resulted In a num- IUU. Hheball mile on the Maggie.track at 1 same It was the first trotted a sou sviu luriRM, banks. She is survived by her husband, ber of serious riots. the lines at nisht Ultimas in niltha rich Inheritance of SDeed attemDt to operate Please note several brothers and a slater. Mrs. since the strike of May 21. on both sides not a missing link for generBreed to this (cllowaud you cant Colson was a splendid woman and a deDr. Joan T. Biaklev. of EvanavMe. ations. three things every breeder looks miss tire speed hliu before vout member of the Baptist church. Ind.. 82 years old. was found dead in for slse, your and looks. He money mares, (season due bookluc The burial took place in Buffalo ceme bia room at the Wellington Hotel, when wares ant Darted with or bred to while the betel of. cents at horse. tery Wednesday warning after sheet fielVk and it tulelde. pence andT. Kink. another all ear Mare kept willU not be perretaken but day and call Jean servlaes by ber pastor, Rev, J. Hurray ley, Jr., la eonMeat sea Ma father was t sskhims wr cokisis 9"1JTU,1, Taj tor. MtalenJ, Ky. Graduntu Optician, R. HILL, i AMERICAN BEAU1Y fft Slls 1299 KtUawos Corssl Co., Msksrt 3 a5 3 7 tr; S.sr o ' H '03 ... T2 o pX 5 . r !!" ss a ?? 2 g-- a ' s i HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., STANFORD, KENTUCKY. . We Will Pay the following prices for produce for lO days only in exchange tor goods: Eggs 20c Doien. Hens J 5c per lb. Butter 20c per lb. Country cured side bacon, 13 Country cured hams new, 6 2c J -- 2c dress goods or anything you may need to eat till. Saturday, We have a complete line of shoes, hats and 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 anytime it suits you. These prices are only good dates and the place. June 5th. Don't forget the two-stor- lrn Lutes Bros.. Turnersville, Ky. At McKinney, Ky., American Field Fence. .j Strongest and Best Just Received. A Car DON VARRICK. The Price is Lower. ii U.J side-sho- W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of m m 1 COUNTRY - PRODUCE in Lancaster, Stanford. Hustonville and Brodhead. H- - Chi-eac- o, lr. . B. IMORTHCUTT. Stanford. v wft. MS'WP'' --f miffi$&f$farfwiim'3''iil T';'JP ? H- - The Interior Journal. JWrrfinlA Morui-cZa.Pof-O.01- Stanford matter. L. SN. TITCETHBLE No.Sl.Houth.llsW A No.l, North, 4H1 A. No, Jl, North, S:r7 P. No. 17, 10M7 A. M, No.X.litOp.M. No. jl,Houth,ll:Mr. . M. M. M, JOS. 3. RICE, Agont. FOR SALE I power boiler unci engine nrul saw mill lor sale. Will sell cither or ttli. Oil as KN55l.lx,Ottenliolni,Ky. l'otomce, Wnyimliurg, Ky. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. I ursur riiFncn AV 111 Invoice alout VIJM. Hen so- nIll health. OEO. P, HOPI'KK, Stanford, Kjr. ne. I'limti ij j - A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Office over McRoberts' Drug Store in the Owsley Building. a scientific preparation fot use. Stops Itching instantly tViA tr.ffni that cause skin -- t jimtn-- m diseases. Eciemi cjJickly yields and is permanently curea Djr wis rtiniwo aedieine. All Druggist. Write for sample. E. W.Rose Med. Co., St. Louis, Mc, external ZBMO, Eczema is Curable Almost A Miracle. Capt. U, Dunn, who, by his constant and unvarying fair dealing in business during the 39 winters 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 crossing the river at Brown's ferry his mules became frightened and knocked him into the river on the South side of the flat. He instinctively closed his mouth and held his breath, and that wiso act no doubt saved his life. He preserved his tielf 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 lis bottom. Tlio current carried tho flat faster than ho drifted and he rose to the surfaco on tho upper aide of the flat, raised his hand nnd the ferryman and a colored helper caught' it and pulled him into tho flat. The mules had jumped out and swam back to the Carolina side, to which tho flat returned. Capt. Dunn was wearing a heavy rain coat when knocked overboard, and so quickly did the accident pass that his underclothing kept dry, as did the paper monoy In his pocket. All that he lost was his hat that was carried down stream and he had to ride some seven milts 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 surface without having touched bottom and been pulled into the flat makes an experience well calculated to make one straight-forwardness PUD116 saiei ' I of 35 Magnificent BUILDING LOTS In Beautiful West Danville. There will be offered at public auction, without reserve or 30 of the most desirable building lots in West Danville by-bi- d, on ii4aMiPn Our lino of Men's, Roys' and Children's Clothing is mora couinlelo than ever before. Come to see them licfore buying elsewhere. Saturday. June 1209, Promptly at "WEST 1 o'clock. SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. Penny's DrugJStore. When Ordering Clothes e J.L.Beazley&Co., Have our measure tnken by a tnllor of experience. Then j our clothes, hethvra business suit or the finest evening clothes, will hn e tbnt lndl ldunllty and lit FARMER'S DEPARTMEHT. which plainly lndlcite they were made to your measure. I wlllnlso take your mess-or- e H. G. Lutes bought some fat cows at tor extra trousers, fancy ests, top coats and overcoats. Hiirlrm and Hummer samples on band ready lor your inspection, $3.85. W. H. Pepples sold to G. G. Beazley H. O. RU PLEY, The Tailor, Htanford, Ky. a lot of corn at $4 50. John U. Foster sold to B. D Holtz. Itchine Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zcmo. A liquid claw 135 lambs at OJc. B. D. Carter bought of B. D. Holtz-clafor external use. Zemo gives instant a livery horse for $125. relief and permanently cures any form if TrehiniT.Slcin or Scab disease. All 11. G. Lutes bought of A. A. Crutch-fiel- d and others a number of stock hogs Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, at Sic. lose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. J. D. Eads has taken his fine stallion, PENNY'S DRUG STORE. G. Black Joe, to Lexington and is havirg him trained by Nelson H. Rowland. I Mitchell Taylor bought of Col. C. R. The farm of llOacrei, of Rood blue crass Anderson his farm on the Stanland, IjltiK one mile orm oi .Mctvinney.on the Htanford pike. Improvements and ford pike, three miles from Danville, fencing good; plenty of water nnd fruit, & Adams consumAlto 125 acres of timbered land one mile for $20,000. Dunn half under fence; .itof McKinuey;tobacco Innd. Hee plenty mated the deal. grow, of waterand good horses One hundred and twenty-fiv- e J.A.GlVKNH.Agent. ngcrop. McKlnney.Ky. were Bhipped from James B.Haggin's Elmendorf farm for sale in the ArgenCUT FLOWERSFORiSALE! tine Republic. This is said to be the I can furnish the puimc with the best, as largest shipment ever made to South well ns the fnshest of cut flowers, plants of from the United States. all kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short America notice. Also make a specialty of wreaths It is reported that Clarence LeBus, for for funeral purKMes. In connection with the nloe, Ihae all president of the Burley Tobacco Sokinds of ejetubleson hand at rtusonable ciety, will consent to remain at the PriC'0HIU8TMAN UltKKN 1IOUHEH, head of that organization if the society Ell lit HllAHIl. l'KOK. Htanford, Ky. will make his annual salary $10,000 and pay all of his traveling expenses. T. W. Duckworth, of Jessamine coun . .swws. r..r BUY ty, shipped 700 cattle to N. Lehman, of aLtllf . J s.".TArI XAtIB f ". fi'iV Baltimore, for export purposes. The cattle have been fed at Curley's distilFeathers, Tallow, Beeswax, CInseaa, lery during the winter and average in Golden Seal, (Yellow Root), etc. We weight 1,100 pounds. The price aggre are Dealers, and cn do better for you gates about $46,000. lain agenu or commuuon mcrcnanu. Reference, acv Bank in Louutill- A Thrilling' Rescue. Write for weekly price lut and ship ping lags. We fuioiih Moot bags tree. How Bert K. Lean, ofdieny, Wash., M.SABEL&SONS, as sacd from a frightful death Is a CTaUHfa IN 1S0S story to thrill the world. "A hard 229 E. Market St. LOUISVILLE. KY. cold," he writes, "brought on a des perate lung trouble that ballled an expert J octor here. Then I paid 810 to 815 a visit to a lung specialist in Spokane, who did not help me. Then I went to California, but without bene fit. At last I used Dr. King's New Discovery, which completely cured me and now I am as well as oer.'' For EflEBEEEEEEpEKEHMHMB&sBkkfSM w And tho believe In special Providence. gladness of his friends that he escaped a watery grave gives him a pleasure the close call ho had. that over-pay- s Barnwell, S. C, News. DANVILLE is located in the very heart of tho growing residential district of the city; new houses are being erected and the demand for dwellings in this particular section is far bmond tho supply. If all the lots to be offered had a house on them, nil could bo reutcd to desirable tenants in les than 24 hours. West Danville is barely outside of the city limits, hero all the advantaged of the town may be enjoyed, yet without tuo payment of city taxes. THIS SPLENDID fronts upon one of the most magnificent country estates in Kentucky, and is without doubt the real growing section of Danville, withiu easy reach of water, electric lights, sewago nnd gn. n $100 in Gold will be given L FARM FOR SALE away absolutely FREE on the day of Sale. Iluncjttst received a car of OLD 2& HICKOItV WAGONS, tho best 242-acr- e Several of the lots to bo offered front on the Perryville pike nnd are the jiagou on the market for tho money. See thcin lief ore buying, as there has All lots except tho-- o fronting on the lecn a great improvement in their construction. cream of the whole feet, anil thoe on the pike arc OUxoU. Perryville pike are oUx-U- U E. T. PENCE. ST4VFORD, KY. Tho 13o)Io County Commercial and Development Society strongly en dorses the opening of the in West Danville aud is doing all in its power to secure homes for the new comers. n The ccrtaintv of tho permanaucy of the railroad division in Danville which u testified to by the fact that a 815.000 otiicc building is to lie erect cd and the order issued directing the removal of the general offices to Dan ville. West Dauvijle offers greater opportunities than an othej section of the tow n. Each 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. will be given to first, 825. to 815. to third and 810. to fourth. A bmw baud will be in attendance. Danville's reputation as an educational center is too far famed to require special notice hrre. It may be mentioned that tho Kentucky school for the deaf, Central University of Kentucky, Caldwell College, Danville Business College, numerous private schools and the beat public school in tho State arc located here, as well as hand-oni- o churches of all denominations. Diunillo is tho terminal point of the Southern Railway, and the divisional point of the Queen it Crescent route. Hundreds of railroad people arc moving into tho city. West Danville is the one available residence section for these people. When thee lots ore sold all available building sites in this bection will havo been practically taken, so now is the time to buy. To tho speculation no better investment can bo found. Terms liberal and made known on day of sale. MILLINERY- The Charles Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky., Invites you to the largest MILLINERY LECTION we have ever shown. SEStyles up to the minute. Prices beyond competition. Wo also stato that ourSpring Line is now complete. To save money, como and see nnd bo convinced. Our Spring Line of Shoes for Ladies,' Misses ami Children and our lino of Gent's Shoes will certainly please. Hanaii and Walkover linos aro hummers and are strictly reliable. Yours for an honest deal, CiiAitLia Wiii:i:li:iu h.J.,1f.',l r.i WOOL HIDESFURS J Jfiirst Tfational ffiankj Jurplm and 1na'widid Profits, S9(000. JPas paid in dividends sinea Organisation, S2I, 500. Snvito 9faw jfeeounts on Our 9?eriit DIRECTORS. F rteld, II. Uaughman, I, S. Ilocker, President., M D Elmore. J. M. Pettus, S. T. Harris, V Cummins, II. C. Uaughman, John , Mcltoberts. Cashier; S, T. Harris, no. C. Kobiasoa, II. C. Uaughman. Asst. Cath'r W. U O'Uannon . S. Ilocker, C. U. Tate. W.W .Saunders, Bookkeeper. OFFICERS. alPlSSl iHsMaaalaftafeOi9 Dndeitaters and Embalm, ert. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattiugs.Kugf. They will i xc'iange Furniture for all Kin Is of Stock. Give TbtmaCall. Price Right. Lung Trouble, Bronchitis, Coughs and Colds, Asthma, Croup and Whooping Cough its supreme 50c and 81. 'trial bottle free. Guaran teed by Penny's Drug Store. Dunn & Adams, Real Estate Agents, DANVILLE, - Stanford, JCy. Orsnft, 3S2. Capital Sloe. SSO, OOO. " " The Donular vote for Presidential lectors in 1883, the first year in which these reports were required by law, was 11,381.408; in 1892, 12,043,603; in 189C, 13,813,243; in 1900, 13,964,518; in 1931, 13.523,519, and in 1903, 14,887,133 or about one vote for ovcry six persons. m KENTUCKY. You Will Make No Mistake in Buying STAFFORD. - KENTUCKY. To avoid serious results tako Foley's Kidnoy Itemed)- - at tho first sign of kidney or bladder disorder such as The THE SAFEST AND PiSKSST IVAY TO J. C. McClary, && backache, urinary Irregularities, exhaustion, and you will soon be woll. Now Stanford Drug Co. Charles Campbell, a carpenter, of Bowling Green, shot and seriously injured his brother-in-law- , Jesse M. an Insurance man. There had been bad feeling between the two men, due. it is said, to improper relations existing oetwecn uuuaru una Mrs. Lampoon. Bui-lar- 0 Brown Riding and Walking Cultivators, Come in and look at them. Screen Doors, Screen Windows, Screen . Cloth, Etc., in All Sizes. Shall be Glad to See You. TRANSFER MONEY asssBSBaaaaaamaaaMiHaaaaBaBaaBsaaasaaaBasiBBBaaaBi LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES AtPLY Tl LOCAL MANMER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY tNCcnroa.Tin l'recntlcs those Candy Cold Cure Tablet will safely an' qulcklycbeck all tolds and tho Grip. Try them once and seel old by Pennys Drug c. Stock Of Furniture For Sale ! ' Undertaker. Embalmer and Sealer InlHarnees, Saddlery, STANFORD, r.al'boQ,iw, KY- Horn, t'hoct 8. Btore. nomination of Louis P. Bryant, of Louisiana, to be surveyor of customs at New Orleans. President Taft sent to the Senate the w: H. HIGG1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. T. Tho stock of Furniture in Lancaster, Ky., owned by tho lato J. C. KobiiiBon, is offered for sale privately. It is tho only storo of the kind in Laucastcr and a splendid stand to make money. For particulars apply to J.li. Collier, Lancaster, Ky., or fhe Persian Gulf record fer beat region holds the J. ROBINMN, Ex'r.f HiwUhvIII, KtNtiwky.