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L w- I J d THE INTERIOR JOURNAIAJ TOL XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 81909NO29 a HARDWARE AT COST ree BargaiK1S GaloreforEverybodyI In order to reduce my stock of Hardware and Stoves I will sell at absolute COST FOR CASH during the monthof June everything in the Hardware line from Fish Hooks to Cooking Stoves Watch for the chances to save money QUEENSWARE AND- STONEWARE A largo assortment of Prhuhle Pocket Knives High Grado Scissors and Table Cutlery You will Faye 40 per cent on these I T you D Here and a Tho Peruvian Cabinet has tendered Green aged 06 years died at Mt Sterling from the effects o a fall r George Freeman will be hanged a Paducah on June 25 for the murder o Esiio Cobb W 11 Heard chief of police at Dado vllle Ala committed suicide by shooting Ho had been in ill health Over 9000 has been secured In three weeks at Franklin to build a Sunday school room and other additions to tho Uaptist church William K tart of tho District ofI I of tho United States i Capt John Gault aged 72 bears tho distinction of being the oldest conductor on the L N He has been with the company 60 years Kansas City was selected as tho next meeting place by tho Railway Mail Association which closed its in Atlanta Vice Admiral Uriu paid a pilgrimage to tho tomb of Georgo Washington a- Mount t Vernon and placed there a I wreath of red and white roses Tho reestablishment of a direc- steamship service between New Or leans and Philadelphia after a lapse of 45 years was celebrated with public J ceremonies yesterday- At York Pa an old cartridge ex ploded in a junk heap the bullet strik ing a man in tho mouth three of his teeth being dislodged The man swat lowed the bullet and tho teeth and got lo Duns Review indicate that moro favorable weather hits had a very beneficial effect onI general busi ness while larger employment of labor and the resoratlon of waged create a general feeling of optimism The Missouri Pacific railroad and Its subsidiary line tho Iron Mountain in Federal court at Little Rock enter a plea of guilty on tho Indictments recently returned against them and the court nssesssed a fine of 7500 in each 0 Icaset Kentucky Fair Dates Stanford July 213 days Georgetown July 275 days Lancaster July 233 days r t+ Winchester Aug 35 days Danville Aug 43 days Bluegrass Fair Lexington August 96 days Taylorsvllle Aug 104 days Harrodsburg Aug 123 days Lawrenceburg Aug 174 days Barbourvlllo Aug 183 days Brodhead Aug 183 days I Shelbyvllle Aug 245 days Elizabethtown Aug 243 days Springfield Aug25t days London Aug 2S4 days Frankfort Aug 3l4 days Nlcholaavllle Aug 314 days Bardstown Sept 14 days I Monticollo Sept 74 days Kentucky Stato Fair Louisville Sept 136 days In the will of Edwin Miller of Co menton Pa the estate was loft to his widow the testator insisting that an old wheelbarrow should always remain a part of it r A dryy cough can bo quickly loosened with Dr Shoopa Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Peamy a Drug3Wee 1 CARPENTERS I J Now is your chance HighGrade Hatchets Hammers and Saws and all Kinds of Builders Hardware and Shelf Goods at an average of J off the regular price MATRIMONIAL bias EVERETT THOMPSON of Mill ersburg is with Mrs J W Williams crsvlllo Saturday all live on adjoining farns James Burton and Miss Lula Callo way popular young people of Rich mond were married last week the third time Mrs Ada M Agee IFor Durrett wore wedded fho Kqlgwln Loulsvillo Times Miss Minnie Toble of Glasgow and Wm Moore of Texas wore married Saturday They had never met until the day before their courtship having been carried on by correspondence Louis Mllgrow a young Russian had been sentenced to Siberia for life J Russell Robinson of London and Miss Mary Martin of Cynthiana who were married In Cincinnati two years ago havo just mado tho fact known a secret until the grooms graduation which occurred last week Frank C Miller eon of Contractor F II Miller who fs building the court house was married in Loulsvillo last week to Miss Julia Lardimcr a pretty and popular young woman of the Falls City Young Mr Miller has been work ing on the courthouse and has made a number of friends during his sojourn in Stanford who wish him and his bonnie bride tho best of everything thats go- Ing Man Past Fifty In Men past middle life have found comfort and relief in relays Kidney Remedy L E Morris Doxter Ky writes Up to a year ago my father suffered from kidney and iBluddor trouble and several physicians pro nounced It enlargement of the prostate gland and advised an operation OA account of his ago wo wero afraid he could not stand it and I recommended Foleys Kidney Remedy aud tho first bottle relieved him and after taking tho second bottlo ho was no longer troubled with this complaint New Stanford Drug Co 9 Employes actually at ore build ing the Panama Canal now number 26 835 as shown by the report of the Chief Quartermaster for tho month of April Of this number 4355 ore gold employes and the remainder are on the sliver or labor roll The Panama railroad force numbers 6078 and tho railroad commissary forco 780 Thus the total number at work both on the canal and railroad is shown to beas699 Trouble Makers Ousted When a sufferer from stomach trou ble takes Dr Kings Now Life PIUs hos mighty glad to see his Dyspepsia and Indigestion fly but morehes tickled over his new fine appetite strOng nerves healthy vigor all because stomach liver and kidneys now work right 25o at Pennys Drug- Store Dr Charles Louis Loos has retired as a member of the faculty of Transylvania Uaiveraity Lexiagtoa after 6o a HARDWARE I Including Screen Doors and Screen Cloth Also a large assortment of Poultry Wire Lawn Hose and Lawn Mowers Every one at cost NEWS NOTES Confederate Memorial Day was observed In all of tho principal cities of tho South The graves were decorated and appropriate exercises held Louisville was selected as the next meeting placo in 1910 and John Allison of Covington as president of the Kentucky Stato Funeral Directors Asso county Ind voted wet by a majority of 376 being tho 11th county to declare in fuvor of the licensed sa loon while 69 have so far declared against it- Chicago police are now working on tho theory that Dr John T Binkioy of Evansville was murdered and aro try ing to find tho watch that was stolen from the body Albert T Patricks application for a writ of habeas corpus releasing him from Sing Sing prison was denied by tho appellate division of the supreme court in Brooklyn N Y Harry K Thaw must remain in the State Asylum for tho criminal insane at Mattoawan under a decision render ed by the appellate division of the su premo court of New York The equestrian statue of Gyn John H placed on the public square in front of the courthouse in Lexington John D Young Sr a former mem ber of Congress from tho old Ninth dis trict and at one time County Judge of Bath county was stricken with paralysis and is in a dangerous condtion Bracken county drys are circulat ing petitions asking Judge Bradford to call an election for October 2 to voto on tho question of whether or not tha county shall continuo dry It dry by a largo majority Oct 2 1900 A D Oliver who in a few shor months had become ono of the citizens of Bainbridge Ga had marred and become wealthy was arrested byan officer who identified him as Charles Harding an escaped convict Gov Willson issued a statement de Glaring that he would do everything in his power to assist the officers of the law in discovering tho men who composed the mob which lynched John Maxey The governor strongly do nounces the lynching and tho lynchers Those attractive women who are lovely In face form and temper are tho envy of many who might be like them A weak sickly woman will be nervous and Irritable or Kidney poisons show In pimples blotches skin eruptions and a wretch Jd complexion For all such Electric Bitters work wonders They regulate Stomach Liver and Kidneys purify tho blood give strong nerves bright eyes pure breath smooth velvety skin lovely complexion Many charm ing women owe their health and beau ty to them 50o at Pennys Drugstore o Chief Clerk Hero comes the lady who wroto those articles on How I lived Regally on Six Dollars a Week SatanPut her over there with the other liars The cleverest Imitation of real Cof fee ever yet made Is Dr hoops Health Coffee It is fine in flavor and Is mado In just ouo minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Mado from parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Pennys Drug Store Breeching Bridles Harnea and Collars IN COUNTIES James H Bauer has been appointed postmaster at Bauer Pulaski county E H Mentz proprietor of the Mentz Hotel at Glasgow Junction died sud denly of paralysis J J Collins a young farmer of Mad ison county was shot and killed by a tenant named Sparks Tommy Lano and Dot Selvy aged 14 and 10 respectively wero arrested at Pittsburg charged with breaking into the store of Wm Joseph in Laurel Rev James M Thompson of Pennsylvania has arrived to take the pastorate of the Presbyterian church at Confederate Memorial day at Camp Chase where over 2200 Confederates who were prisoners dur ing the Civil War aro buried The day was partly spoiled by the rainy weath er Col E Polk Johnson of Louisville made the address- A Richmond dispatch says Deputy Sheriff William Johnson while going through a field near Berea heard ape culiar noise and on found a colored infant that had been buried alive in a hole about a foot deep The baby was carried to colored neighbors and still lives After n search of four days and nights Jasper Crum the man who was supposed to have been kidnaped from his wife and family by a mysterious woman at Cadiz has been found Crum in company with a woman was discov ered by drums brother and five friends at a mining camp on Beech Creek in West Virginia proved that the kidnaping of Crum was a pre and that Crum and the woman had known since his marriage Could Not Be Better No one has over made a salvo oint ment lotion or balm to compare with Salvo Its one perfect healer of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores Scalds Dolls Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum For Sore Eyes Cold Sores Chapped Hands Its su premo Infallible for Piles Only 25o at Pennys Drug Store n pretty girl were to grant you the privilego of kissing her clUier on tho right chock or the left which would you choose JackNeither Id make a choice between the two Dont drug tho Stomach or stimu late tho Heart or Kidneys That is wrong It is the weak nerves that are crying out for help Vitalize these weak Inside controlling nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how quickly good health will como to you again Test It and seel Sold by Pen nys Drugstore At Nashville 16yearold Edgar Ser ber was called from his home and kill ed in the street By 15yearold Jessie McPherson The latter claims that Serber had talked about him and had threatened to do him A repeat- Ing shot gun was used Many of our citizens are drifting towards Brights disease by neglecting symptoms of kidney and bladder trou Kidney Remedy will quickly euro New Stanford Drug CoI PLOW GEAR Double Shovel Plows and Garden Plows at that same attractive COST PRICE VERY SWELL ATTENTION 1 Cook Stoves and Heaters and All Kinds of Tinware and Granite Ware Stoves Vessels and Hollow Ware All thesq COST Dont Miss This Great Sale Come Early While Have Your Choice GEO HOPPER Groceries and Hardware Stanford Kentucky ThereI resignationMrs IJreldent1Talt 1Clerks wellDispatches Ithe Mugfcouplesf Jeffersomiilof atterlreceiving Colleget Danger yearsLsscflceM teachKv SUMMER elatIonPorter sculptor WhoAre Constipation WAGON HARNESS NEIGHBORING BarbourvilleSaturday investigating Investigation provedt timest BucklenVArnlca FredSuppose bowhchFoleys PLOWS LADIES ABSOLUTE Ideal WalkingII Oxford VlCI1Kuct Reproduction cf this Stilt Shoe OXFORDS fHMMf Green White Tan Ox Blood and Black IN ALL THE STYLES FOR 1909 for Men women and r children a Cummins Weareh STANFORD KENTUCKY t 1- T1Yse A J I f ArnoldsI BuggiesIJ w = MII There is nothing better We paint Old Ve hides and make them look like newf Getlour prices We solicit your tradetRaM ARNOLD DANVILLE ICy 0 1 The Interior Journal Eo Co WALTON AN EXCUSELESS LYNCHING ADMITTING that the Negro John Mascy deserved death his execution by a mob of Frankfort people speaks volumes of censure against them There was no excuse for taking the law in their own hands and disgracing the capital of the State with a lynch ing almost in the shadow of the newn State house except the gratification of s brutalinstinct Had the act been done immediately after the Negro shot the showman when heat and passion were of aroused there might be paliatlon for in the offense against law and decency but for men to wait hours after their victim was safely in jail and then in the dead hour of the night take him out and hang him is absolutely without rea son or excuse The Negro was in custody and sure of punishment unless the jailer would have surrendered him to his friends with as little resistance as he did to his slayers which according to newspaper reports was nothing to speak of A gamer or a less unwilling officer would not have given up prisoner without an alarm at least aS city supposed to be fully policed Theb whole business smacks of disregard fort oaths and law and is discreditable to the city which will pot soon recov in er from the effects of such criminal lawlessness Every man engaged in the cowardly business deserves the fullest punishment but unfortunately it is more than likely that they will receive no more than that inflicted by a seared consciousness of having murdered a hu man being in cold blood without the lightest danger then or ever The governor may otter rewards for the mur derers but it will probably amount to nothing There were too many engag ed in the brutal business to maKe it available It is a pity though that ev ery man of them can not be made to suffer the punishment they meted out to their victim- SEEING that a number of Congress man and Senators elected as democrats have been stealthily secured by the trusts Mr Bryan in his Commoner urges the greatest care in the selection of men as candidates next time who can not be bought cajoled or bullied into support of the trusts Mr Bryan thinks that when YOU see a Congress man spending money lavishly he is apt to have secured it from predatory cor porations which can afford to put up money for official favors The great Nebraskan does not call names but his references to certain democratic Con gressmen who have betrayed their par ty is so pointed that they do not have to inquire Wonder if he means me 7 TilE farmers are to be fooled by a duty of 25 to 40 cents on potatoes When the crop fails in this country the I farmer like other people must pay the duty in the enhanced price When the f crop is abundant here no potatoes are imported and the duty serves neither for protection nor revenue Sensible farmers will not be misled by the republican attempt to fool them TilE CourierJournal rebukes Senator Bailey for repudiating the democratic platform after its adoption instead of doing like it does repudiate it beforehand As the Louisville sheet is au thority oh bolting the Senator who seems to have departed from democrat- Ic teachings might do well to consult the old expert when ho wants to goI still further wrong Tim London Sentinels illustrated edition is a most creditable newspaper effort The picture and biography of many of Laurel county prominent men are printed and a number of the public buildings and pretty homes of London are shown in the big edition We con gratulate the Messrs Dyche on their clever work WITH Senators Paynter and Bradley both pulling for the repeal pf the tobacco tax of six cents a pound they ought to secure it Paynter promises a solid democratic vote for it and Bradley claims to have many recruits from 4hisparty but they may propose and will dispose The tax will remain THE new tariff bill reduces the duty on chloroform The republicans do well Iipeelwill haveto be put to sleep if that party after breaking its pledges gets into power again r A VIRGINIA girl eloped from her school in her graduating dress and married her waiting love As she is barely 18 she doubtless didnt know her mind and will spend the rest of her life regretting that she didnt wait a while at least IN conformity possibly with the wish es of ExPresident Roosevelt babies will continue to be admitted free under the new tariff bill But they are about all that will come under the free lists THOSE who prate so much about btking the Solid South could do Born- emliefoparyiwottkln New England if It wasnt eo solid for them But the cue being attired alters thee w i THE dedication last week of the Jef ferson Davis Memorial Park on the farm near Fairview this State upon which he was born was with interest ing and impressive ceremonies Since there is no public fund from which money can be drawn to honor their illus is trious dead it is mete that the Southern is people should out of their own pockets contribute to perpetuating the memories of those who fought bled and died for the cause they loved and of believed to bo right None of the great of tho bloody period from 18615 at more than Mr Davis who to gave up much to help to secure to his people their rights which ho thought were being deprived After the close hostilities he was arrested thrown prison and in irons for most of the time kept for two years and in many I ways degraded and humiliated No manJ has been more continuously and maligned than the president of the Confederacy but it is gratifyIng to observe that with the animosities of civil war I dying out he is being shown some jus tice and his real greatness and place InE the history of the country accorded him All honor to the men who con ceived and carried to successful end the idea of honoring his memory in the of his birth by a Park that will greatly improved and beautified as days go by AFTER September 1st if you drinl a public place or or a railroad train you will have to do so from your pri vate cup as drinking from cups will be prohibited by law IIt ought to be prohibited every where Medical authority gives the use of pub lie cups as one of the greatest aids to communicable diseases THE total wool clip in Texas this sea son is said to be 2600000 pounds The State whose name is so frequently cou pled with a hotter place seems to be doing her best to keep the other people warm also POLITICAL An effort is being made by the demo crate to have Judge W R Cress of Monticello run for Commonwealths Attorney L W Arnetts majority over Walkei C Hall for the democratic nominatior for State Senator of the Kenton dis trict is only four The Florida Senate concurred in the amendments to the antiracing bill as passed by the House and it is now ir the hands of the Governor The bil becomes effective two years hence Republican Representatives from the West returning to Washington say that the Aldrich tariff bill will not satisfy their constituents and say they arc determined to force a reduction of the ratesGov Deneen of Illinois attached hit official approval to the bill which pro vides a referendum on all bond issues in cities villages and incorporated towns Refunding and present bonds are excepted from the provisions of the billJudge J T Hanbery of Hopkins ville defeated Judge Cook the incum bent for Circuit Judge by a small ma jority in the Democratic primary held in the Third Judicial district Saturday Denny P Smith candidate for Com monwealths Attorney had no opposI- tIon CHURCH MATTERS The Epworth League Rally last week at Winchester was a success It was said that it was the best conference of the kind ever held in Kentucky Rev T W Barker will preach fourth sermon on Methodism Sunda His subject will be The Place Method ism Should Occupy in the Mission FieldDistrict Conference will meet this week at Burnside Messrs J A Al len Bedell Chancellor Miss Mary Rig ney and Mrs Adelia Woods are delegates from the church here Edgar A Fox secretary of the Kentucky State Sundayschool Association died at his home in Louisville Satur day night Mr Fox was well know- here where he has done a good deal o Sunday School work The Methodists of Stanford are pla ning to expend between 1800 and 2 000 on the church and parsonage They propose to build a Sunday school room 22x44 paper and paint the church new roofing on the parsonage and p per and paint it Judge T S Garnett of Norfolk Va i will deliver the principal address at Vicksburg Miss Friday when the monument erected to Gen Stephen Lee will be formally presented to e United States Government Gen Clement A Evans of Atlanta Com manderin Chief of tho United Con federate Veterans will make the speech of presentation and the ance be Gen Frederick D G t1r The Austin Methodist Episcopal church ChIcaKorwas destroyed Sun day by to be of Incendiary origin The loss is estimated at 75000 which was covered by insurance Pales of women head pulns or any pam stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr Snoops Pink PaIn Tablets See full formula on 25c Box Sold by Pen nys Drug Store i Ifoundberland Mountains in Tennessee where the State prohibition law effective July 1 cannot touch him and he is now having a saloon erected there It 18 miles from McMlnnville and there no schoolhouse within four miles of the place It is reported that Conger has leased all the land for four miles around in order to prevent the erection a schoolhouse Ten or 12 barrels of whisky and a lot of case goods are now McMinnvillo awaiting transportation Congers saloon Regular hack lines will be established by the enterprising snloonist to furnish liquor to the neighboring towns As the Legislature does not meet until 1911 ho expects to coin money Twelvehoursafe her husband Glacsser had been taken from home in St Louis by the police under the charge of embezzlement Mrs Martha Glacsser was found dead in bed by the side of the bodies of her children Arnett a girl eight years old and John five years old The room was fill with gas Everyone would bo benefited by taking Foleys Orlno Laxative for con stipation stomach and liver trouble ai it sweetens the stomach and breath gently stimulates the liver and regulates the bowels and is mucb superior to pllla and ordinary laxatives New Stanford Drug Cu Rumors that Negroes were planning take a white prisoner from 1and lynch him in for tho hanging John Maxey caused the jailer of l county to put on a heavy guard Dinwiddie Co Hustonvillei Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods Stop That Cold To chICk or Orippe wllb Prerennn Bean sure defeat for Pneumonia To top a cold with PrTnUe II pfn than to let It run sod be obllrtd to cure U afterwards To be sura FT nnUra wtll cure Iyen a deeplY aeated but taken earl the meet taUi7 break or bead off the early colds That tartly better That why ther are called PrtTentles Pmentlc are I1ttl Candy Cold CURS No QuiD tn no phiilc nothing ilekenlnc Nice for the children and thorooiblr tat too If you feel ehlUy If you neexe If JOII ache all orer think of Pteveouce Promptaus maT alsoar hilt your wrall1ctn And dont torget your child If then II fererUhnea nlJrbtor day ilenlnproa ably lies PreTentlci greatMt efficiency Bold In to bon for the pocket oln2o boxes of 41 ITataatlc Intiit on your droraliti flTlot you PreventicsPENNYS The perfection of real estate all that is beautiful and in country life in eluding toil fled improvements is acre are dwellings and improvements on each suitable for three families desiring to locale on adjoining farms or if bought by one party two houses could be occu pied by tobacco tenants The best equipped barn in the county is on the premises having water supplied by a The floors are Duilt as fssi well feed being run by an engine land lies well and is of a high grade well matted grass fag pastures Most of the land has been kept in grass and will easily raise lane pounds of hemp 1 800 pounds of tobaccc and 60 to bushels of corn Such soil is plains why capital is seeking real estate not only best but the safest investment This together with the fact that population is increasing thereby insuring a continuance of good prices for estate Besides the intrinsic value of a home the locality and surroundings render it more or lessivalnable Good roads good schools churches and good morals are im portant factors in determining the value of a farm because they contribute tot mans substantial happiness which is the mainspring of human action and the object sought in every section of our Godfavor ed country These elements enter largely into the attractiveness and consequently the value of this property It on a splendid turnpike for a of about one mile the community consists of the highest grade of citizenship the people being moral cultured and exceedingly hospitable The residences are in sight D Street Phone OG STANFORD KENTUCKY Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marblo and Crnnito Monu monts Mnrkcri and lo ti O metry and Lawn Vnipnml hwtteoj OlUe and works Mo KlunvyKy Insures Tobacco and Tobacco tarns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY IleildoDce 1hono M Ottlee KS Insure with mo and bo fully the Future 1 The safest surest and most adequate safeguard for the future li a policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co it li conspicuous for economleal manage mint llbornllly Its policy contracts fair dealing with Its members Urge return to holders The eowpanI lust entering thy SIXTY FOURTH YEAR of a tucceiiful business career with more policy holden In Lincoln county than all other companies combined Write for particular dating age and whether married or to lt M UWrANtRICIR Agt James I WhiteIHollcltor for JAMES N DYEI Optical and Watchmak erlocated permanently JleKlnD Ky with a complete equipment lor the and pracl Bradley i olyteenlo Entttute eorla llorologlcal u you are sut ferlng from eyeitraln headache or If you are nervous Irritable those ore the Indica lions of some derangement of the refrac live system which develop Into chronic or Incurable dlreaseof the eyo and can in most caw be prevented by properly fitted glace Cure should be taken In selecting your glasses MUOttcd lenses In very many caws prove to IJot injurious nnd sometimes fatal Therefore should con suit n practical optician Watchmaking Department My watchmaking depart II In every respect Can do- plyotingstamngeweiingand all kind of watch repairing n mo killed and careful manner Watch repairing not watch tlnkerlngor botching Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Light ning Fire and Accident Plate Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis count In Ole adjoiningyRObID1SOD andnbarefarebeingn profita priceD CARTER NewLlvervDepot protect- edSafeguard tlcatuxperlencegradtwleirontwoschoolThe INSURANCE RBMAHONY- Insures Everything- Everywhere Tornado- LifeLiveStockHealth GlassSuretyon Three Ideal Farnjs of which has a thriving bask uptodate merchants a school and a church of large membership that town be ing about 9 from Lancaster the county seat of Garrard County on the Lexington pike The enterprise of the citizens in section is further mani fested by the fact that they are preparing to establish a Graded School at Bryants yule and if they succeed which is almost certain this property will advance from la to 30 dollars on the acre as property has done near Lancaster and other towns where such schools have been established keeping the money and children at home and giving them a good education Thia picture is not overdrawn and we invite those looking for a bargain in a some that has all tho attractive features to let us show it to them This farm is also within four miles of a navigable stream which is of greater advantage for markets than the same distance from a railroad for it gives cheaper rates and better facilities for transportation to market of all farm pro ducts pad stock can be shipped from one head up to a boat load and lumber can be purchased at less price is down grade to the river and a good pikeWe positively believe that this land Is worth floo per acre and yet it h Offered at f90 per acre as a whole sold at once however the entire farm is susceptible of an advantageous division into small tracts and we will divide it to suit purchaser and make price on what he wants according to location improvements quality and quan lily MORE OPPORTUNITIES Yes we have them farm landsIn dif ferent localities off toe pike and on the pike Improved and unimproved 60 acres leo acreszoo acresany number of acres you want from 35 per acre to floo per acre We can suit you Try us All bargains of a lifetime 600 acres extra good 266 acres superior land highly im proved 226 acres extra good near Paint Lick fine residence and three tobacco barns Our price Is the owbers price No excess contracts If you want to buy a farm write us Or come to see us HUGHES SWINEBfcQAD LANCASTER KY r Ii SUMMR v f t r- At last the hot weather ishere and it calls for Cool Garments TwoPiece Suits Light- Weight Full Bloomer Trousers Negligee Shirts Light Cool Underwear 4 I i Low ShowGa- uze Socks Straw and Panama Hats Low Collars and Narrow Ties These are the ar ticles needed now and we can furnish them in many prices and patternsS i f 01 H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY ItmEgg Prescription Pointers 10f8 r fEmItIs customary for every druggist to claim best In prescription work p claim but we cant all be store claims ability bestm I mand a complete stock of drugs I We have the goods the equipment the ex pcrlenceim 4 m aa PENNYS DRUG STORE I I1Stanford Kentucky m2BSEBESEBB0BBBBEBEE Are You Going To Build 1 R While we are here to build the Lincoln county court house and should 1S the building fever strike you why not have a little talk with us We aro 4- i a better position to build you a nico Brick Dwelling or A Neat Business House rl- zing fl able to buy all materials cheaper and therefore aro in position to putt a building up for a considerable lower price Nothing too large or too small and the distance will not stop us front figuring with you matters not U where you live We invite any prospective builder to give us a trial We furnish all plans any specifications for such buildings that we might erect I- rce of chargeFRITZ KRUEGER z F H MILLER j I OUR LAWN FM is a lees expensive and better fence tha wood More ornamental dura ble and a time euver as you need no saw hemmer and nails to keep it in repairCall at our store see the beautiful sir fabric and gates and let us show you tho low prices on a good fence job 1 I GEORGE H FARRIS StanfordI fo II Our SemiAnnual Remnant SaleKe- ep this date in your mind THURSDAY JUNE 10TH On this date we will begin our midseason sale off short lengths We have a tremendous lot of Waist Skirt and Suit lengths of all kinds of materialsuch as Silks Woolens Percales Lawns Ginghams Linens White Goods Laccs and Ribbons These are left of this seasons most desirable goods and of course the best sellers You can procure your Summer needs from these counters You reimem il 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 iI SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY 1 The Interior Journal STAXFORD KY JUNK 6 1901 ICB CREAM soda water at Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS MRS JOE CHANCELLOR Is very ill MR P P NUNNELLY fa quite sick W M DUNCAN continues to Improve MR W B LAND has been sick for some time MR A T NUSNELLEY went to Louisville Sunday MR J W HAYDEN was over from Park Friday Miss CIARA COLLIER fa with Miss Marie Mahony Miss BERTHA JACKSON went up to London yesterday MR JAMES SMITH of the Maywooc section la very ill Miss MARGARET HUFFMAN is visiting friends in Lancaster Miss LOUELLA WHITE of Lytle le t with Wllmore friends t DR W N CRAIG made a business trip to Middleaboro Friday MR AND MRS P W Wmrr have moved to the Fenzel cottage Miss PATSY PREWITT of Lexington Is with Mlaa Tevis Carpenter- MR E J TANNER of McKinney Ii with the Shrlnow in Louisville Mn W F SHERIDAN of Nashville waa the guest of Mr J S Rice MR ROBERT WOODS visited friends at Mt Sterling Saturday and Sunday ROCHESTER spent Saturday 1WFLCII with his suiters at Middles to tho wife of Isaac Shelby 4BORN Isaac Shelby Jr JrAd vocateMR HOMER W CARPENTER of Lima 9 was tho guest of Miss Tcvis Car penter MRS T E BALDWIN of Madison was with her daughter Mrs W H ShanksMASTER JAMES COOPER Is visiting 1 tho family of Dr Leo F Huffman In Lexington MR LEWIS T ANDREWS and wife oi 10 Sherman Texas aro with her father Mr W H Murphy s MISSES CLAUDIA EATON and Marga ret Hopper are attending the Normal14 t School at Richmond REV J L YANDELL of this place allendfri tha Sunday School Convention 1 held at BryanUvillo MISSES SALLIE DUDDERAR Mary Mobley and Kato Davless Raney went to Louisville Sunday MRS W F MARTIN and children of Houston Texas are visiting her moth er Mrs J H Raines Miss MAY WATERS of Danville has I been the guest of her cousins Misses Mary and Jane Tammo MRS ELBERT MASDEN and mother of Lebanon Junction havo been guests of Mrs J A Chnppell MRS J MAT MARTIN and little daughter Mabel are visiting her par enta at Fort Wayne Ind MRS MJ COCIIRAN and MIsaefi Georgia and Margaret Lewis are at tending the Normal School at Rich a mond MR CHARLES WHEELER of Huston i yule and his son Dr Carl L Wheeler of Lexington are at Atlantic City for a week JUDGE GEO M DAVISON who was I taken ill at Covlngton was able to w come home Saturday He continues to improve MBSDAMBS J C MCCLARY and W B McKinney are at Frankfort with little Shelton Marshall Saufley Jr who is very ill Miss LUCY LEE WALTON left Satur day to spend a few weeks with her aunt Mrs Emma Lee Vaughan at Richmond Va Miss ISABEL HALDEMAN of Louis yule has been visiting her grandmother Mrs Jane Buchanan at Crab Orch ard the past week Mn LESLIE ANDERSON who is at tending Normal College Richmond spent several dayS with his parents in the Maywood section CArr THOMAS RICHARDS and family now occupy the cottage near Mr John W Routs Mr A H Severance and t family of Corbin will move to the A rooms at the college they vacated I aRay R R NOEL and Mr George S yesterday to attend the Confederate reunion at Meplskie The I tatter was accom nled by Lucy Hail htaatec and tb y will vWt Tax- I B before retaratof Miss ETHEL FETTRO went up to Crab Orchard yesterday MR J cL Co ALCORN of Columbia Mo was here yesterday- MR G L PENNY In attending the Shrlnora meeting In Louisville REV 2 0 AVERY and wife of Farmer City III are with Mr and Mrs J L Jarvis MR CHARLES J KITCIIEN JR an bride of Ashland arrived Saturda y night to spend a week with Mrs Annio Engleman and Miss Suo Taylor Engle manMiss SADIE BAUGHMAN of Huston ville has been the guest of her cousins Misses Elizabeth and Pcachlo Baugh man LOCALSn CLOTHES French cleaned Cook I Farmer SEE tho only complete and uptodate I range on the market at Farris TRY somo of Wilkinson SingletonsI country killed beef pork and mutton BEDDING plants nowready and we are ready to put them out Ed Hub bard WE are still mixing that real paint on Somerset street at Eads tin shop JUST received a carload of wire fenc log barbed wire and nails George H Farris LoOIC in Tribblo Pences handsome china closets for Mrs McClarys hand painted china SEE our Glass Ovendoor Range The newest and best appliance for ranges George II Farris I FOR tho next 30 days w Iwill sell geraniums and all kinds of pot plants at cost Ed Hubbard THE Warren GrigChapter of the U D C will meet this afternoon with Miss Frances Adams taxbooks 1909 are now ready Come in and get your receipt T J lUll sheriff OUR thanks are duo Mr and Mrs J IL Colyer for a basket of new potatoes which were as largo as hen eggs TilE new bridge being bIt by th Q C over Kentucky River will be 32 feet higher than the old one making it 318 feet high Tim L N will sell roundtrip lick eta to Louisville today and for tomorrow Wednesday mornings train at 325 account the Shiners Meeting I SINGLETON BROS Crab Orchard lost a pocket book containing a check on W M Monk a 85 bill and some papers Finder can keep the money the t will return the book and papers IF the clever Moreland gentleman who mailed us a dollar bill Friday will give us his name due credit will be giv en on his paper otherwise we will havo to carry it to tho profit and loss fund PLEASE bear thisnmind If want to take advantage of the la prices during our hardware sale you must have cash in hand otherwise will charge regular price G D io per dealer in hardware and groceries Stanford HAVE you seen tho now lino of Whit mane and ferns for ferneries at the Stanford Greenhouse Also the best bedding plants Geraniums fro 50c per dozen up Special attention given to cut flower orders Lena L Hampton Florist Logan Ave Stan ford I BLANKENSUIP Mrs Blankcnshiptho aged wife of Mr Henry Blankenship of Preachers ville died Sunday of a complication of troubles and was burled yesterday Deceased was a splendid woman and had been a devout member of the Baptist church for 55 years She was the mother of Mr John T Blank of Etowah Tenn woll known hereII IT pays to advertise most any kind of business A Chicago undertaker inserted an advertisement In a daily pa per when tho other undertakers told him if ho did not desist they would break his business up He did not do slat but is still doing a great deal more business at the same old stand while his competitors are falling behind in the race for work Printers ink prop erly employed proves always a buelnsw I LIBBEY cut glass at Muellers BINDER twine at WH Higgins WEDDING and ting ta o f quality at Muellers Fort SALECOW peas and German millet seed C C Carpenter Huston villa dSee the ad fNH Blakeley of Bowling Green Ky who offers some fine farms for solo Write him for par ticulars EVENTUALLY you useDcnhams Rex Coal in your cook stove Why no begin now and save tho difference 7 Yards at Stanford and Rowland REVENUE officers raided a moonshine still three miles from Lancaster and destroyed it together with tho outfit and liquor They also arrested the pro rooters W L Moras and Henry Creech and placed them in the Danville jail REV WILLIS LOGAN will give a great picnic in Ed Bollards grove on the willibeDanville and Logantown and tho other between Lancaster and Hustonville Good prizes will be given to the win ners I WILL have on court house square fo sale next Monday Juno 14tha lot o household and kitchen furniture con sisting of one Steel Range sewing ma chine Ice box tubs buckets chain etc Will also sell one Seth Thomas clock which is over 100 years old Mrs E Hlggiiu TilE elocutionary entertainment at Waltons Opera House Wednesday night June ICth promises to draw an immense crowd Six or eight young ladies will contest for the 30 in prizes our best singers will give several vocal numbers and Miss Em Smith the violin virtuoso will render one or more solos THE following directors of the Com berland Valley Land Co met hero Sat urday and ratified the option given by Secretary and Treasurer J S Mocker on the body of coal and timber land to an Eastern firm Messrs James W and Horace Fox J W Hayden J A AlcorneS locker Miss ANNIE GOOCII of the Goshen Section was bitten on the index finger of her right hand by a snake Sunday afternoon She saw some young birds fall out of their nest and in putting them back in her hand como in contact fangsIntoDr L B Cook who cauterized her finger and she wa not suffering much pain at last account TILE StateWide Prohibition Chautau qua Association will hold a great meet ling in Stanford from Aug 3 to 8 A tent with a seating capacity of 1000 will be used Such talent as the fol lowing will take part Frank S Re gan cartoonist Charles J Hall orator MswQuartettej L L Pickett reformer lectureTilE INTERIOR ALsuggeyhthatS- tanford have a cleaning up day say within the next few weeks or before the fair at any rate Let the entire cleaningmup making Stanford prettier healthlerand better A great deal could be accom plished In 10 hours if our eople will agree to work that long Stanford Is al ready the beat town on the map let us join hands to make it the cleanest Tins State is not to be permitted to have a County Unit Law if the fellows who pay rich sums to the CourierJour nal to print the pictures of their bot tles can forestall it by electing their own kind to the Legislature and trig gering with all uncommitted after they find the way to Frankfort MayI be the Louisville business men but looki ahead to Statewide prohibition and resolute against it seeing that the tough Dutch brewer and his allies in the red liquor business are determined- to stand against the County Unit law until some day they will force the total protilbltlonisuewhen we think they will see tie cobwebs grow in their beer tubs and it will not be worth a fight as l to who will get the sinecure known M aiUettor Adrmte CIRCUIT COURT is still moving along slowly Nothing worthy of I mention reportJudltedecision In the BaughmanMcCarty con test and it is not when will The Senate expects to complete its consideration of the cotton schedule of the tariff bill today An important event in the South this week be the reunion of the United Confederate Veterans at Memphis Charles R BaugH formerly of London was thrown from a horse and seriously injured at Deming N M Blanton brothers four in number theitr countyWalter Wellman will leave Paris in about two weeks for Spitzbergen and the start for tho North Pole will be made about August 1 Maik Morris colored under sentence of death for the murder of the sheriff of Leon county Fla was taken from lynched By the caving in of an excursion boat wharf at Mandeville La situat Pontiare and it is feared that others have per ished No 9 the southbound Bowling Green accommodation and No 12 a northbound freight figured in a headend collision near Lebanon Junction Sunday night Tho collision was duo to a fail operatorfeight persons were injured five serious ly u FOR SALE I lArge nnd small whrntfrorn and tobacco tarns level rich and free from stone large residences and barns good railroad connec lions Can offer n bargain at fli to tie an acre long time payments ULAKLKY Dowling Green Ky J F HILLGraduate Optician Stanford Ky I Ottlce In M O Vandovwrs tore on Knit Main erect All work guaranteed Alto keeps In stock nil assortment of grnpho phones and u full line of records The McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Ky Is now In operation and Ii ready to servo UnaeYIDlaokoUwork wool or eichnnge goods for Jt 111gb est market price for wool O II WnIOIiT Pror SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING I am prepared to do all kinds of surveying nnd civil engineering promptly Jly wor will Iw guaranteed and Ie are Tea touablo Write me at McKinney or call ma over the telephone through tho Hnitonvllle WALTER McKINNEY The Truth Every person in this city who is suf fering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp disc se can find relief and be permanently cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi externaluse All durggists sell ZEMO PENNYS DRUG STO- RECONCRETING We are In position to do nil kinds of con crating as Work Pavements and In fact we can make any thing from r house down to a fence pout Ve can servo you promptly and guarantee flrt class pricesbeforePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I I A flue blue gnus farm for tale situated on Ike near Point Leaven and six miles south of Lancaster too acres well located In neighborhood being part bf the John walker tract with a handsome now two tory even room residence thereon with all neceI ontbulldlngsand good new barn 4fliio watered six never falling springs and creek running TKRM84 cash In hand balance one and- twoyearefromdnyof sale bearing six per cent Interest Persons looking for such place please write or see W 0 WALKEB Htanford At McKinney Kyf You cnn find our Standard Remedy the greatest blood and liver medicine yet known case Rheumatism Halt Hheum Kid Trouble and all diseases arising from Impure blood it has no equal It Is manu under the pure food act of June 80 Ipso and gunrnnteodby the manufacturer thd ii taken to directions and It ho or she Is not benefited by the use of the Remedy we will refund your money We can do nothing more Each package contains SM doses with n registered guaran tee and mailing card wit h full Intt + actions We tend It to any address by mall on re- ceIpt of U per package or six for K ter order a box today If taken in time 1011 mIght save a big doctors bill ItlUlimber If 10U take the lemtby accord ag tolnstractlons and are not benefited you get your dollar back You wilt not I aDd the In drug stores for sole It II sold only agentsAIJZN I J r t 4 L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin i w 10 Per Cent Discount Until further notice we will sell any article in our store at 10 Per Cent Off We will give TWENTYFIVE PER CENT OFF on any Skirt left in our house Also quite a number of odds and ends and remnants that go at cost and less than cost This is strictly a cost proposition If you want to save money this is your opportunity HUGHES MARTIN STANFORD KENTUCKY COI American Field Fence I Strongest and Best A Car Y Just Received r The Price is LoWer WeE Perkins Crab Orchard CDe Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3800000 Resources 34000000- S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIE- Rj WROCHESTER TELLER H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Owaley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Curler Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T C Rankin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek B L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachereville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE in LancasterStanfordHustonville and Brodhead H B NORTHCUtt Stanford The Interior JournalJ122 Mnleredin the PottOffice at Stanford at sssondca mailer m- oL N TIME TABLE k No II Houth floe P x No S3 Houth 1103 A X well v wiNo2INortblitlNo Yf lOUT A M- KoX9sttoril JOS S RICE Agent a A FOR SALE Ilohorse boiler engine and taw sail rot saWill sell either or both OiiAs KNSSMSJ Ottenhelm Kym Iostonico Wayneiburg Ky t Stock of Merchandise for Sale Tdetire to tell privately my itock of Gro T wrtet and Hardware a lteaRontheres Will Invoice about tMO 111 health CEO D HOPPER Stanford Kyr x A S PRICESurgeon Dentist the STANFORD KENTUCKY R Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Oweley BuildinFfi Eczema is Curable Mr ZBMO a scientific preparation fat external use Stop itching In ad destroys the germs that cause skin and is Diseases Eczema quickly permanently cured by remarkable aediclas Druggist Write for sam Ma jde E W Rose Pennys DrugStoreh k When Ordering Clothes stave your measure taken a tailor of ex ber perlence Then your olotbeewhetheralow price suit or tbe finest evening clot bel will have that Individuality andr which plainly indicate they were your measure I will alto take your mealM Urn for extra trousers fancy vests top- Coats and overcoat Spring and Hummer sampleI on bond ready for your inspection H 0 RUPLEYThe Tailor Stanford KT Itching Skin DiseasesiArc readily cured by Zemo for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form- f Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Mcd Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I The farm of 110 acres of good blue grassland lying one mile North of McKlnneyon the Stanford pike Improvements and fencing good plelity of water fruit Alto 1 land one mile Eaitof McKinneybaIfunderfenceplenty cf water and good tobacco grow nsterop J AQIVKNSAeent CUT FLOWERSFOR SALE I can furnish the public with the best well m the freshest of cut flowers plants of s all kinds bulbi flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths for rot funeral purposes In connection with nboye I have all kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prices OHIUHTMANUnKKNHOUHEB Et AH ofStanford Ky W L YOUR BU WODLt IDESuoFURS to Feather Tallow Beeswix Glaseag Golden Seal Yellow Root etc We r I 0thanReference any Bank in Louisville Write for weekly puce list andship ping tags Wefutnahwool bass free- M lABEL SONS eTUsi IN use s 229 E Market SL LOUISVILLE KYc JLBeazleyCo1 I v Undei lasers and Embalm y en Also Dealers in Fur niture MattiugaRugr They will exchange Furniture for All Kinds of Stock Give thEm a Call Prices Right STANFORD p KENTUCKY k J C McClary 1 Undertakers Embalmer and l ealer inlHarness Saddlery J I TAMFOtD jKJr OCMPkoa U7 Hoe1hone II l n PARlORS DEPARTMEKT D Ford sold to Lurinda Raines acres of land near Bourne this county for 4600 Lancaster Record W H Traylor sold to J H Baugh Co 1000 bushels of wheat at 150 The wheat cost Mr Traylor 90c The Mt Sterling Advocate says a posted farmer estimates that there be 4000 acres of tobacco planted in county I One Kentucky farmer at least reaped harvest from Pattens wheat corner Montgomery county man sold a car at 163 per bushel At Winchestester the Burley Tobacco Society sued J M BigatafT a former of the district board for 50 damages claiming he sold tobacco pooled with the society The highest price ever paid for n IwasS Robertson the price being 155bcolt to be delivered at w time The purchaser is to assume all rKingdreth winner of the Metropolitan Han dlcap added to his laurels by winning Brooklyn Handicap one mile and a quarter in tbe good time of 204 Jas Keenes Celt was favorite for the- race but the best he could do was to third being beaten for second by Restlgouche also owned by Hildreth Loving Memory of Mrs Mattie I B Horton God in His wisdom has called a dear wife and mother from our midst Our are bleedingyet we realize that ur loss is her eternal gain May He Who doeth all things for the best com for fort us in our sorrow Let us remem these blessedwords In my Fath ers house are many mansions if it- t were not so I would have told you each of us live so we can claim a mansion bright and meet our dear one where death and sorrow never come We mourn that a place remains of Which never can be filled mourn that a voice we loved Is forever stilled But blessed hope in Jesus given Shed thy beams upon our way Light us to the peaceful haven In the land of perfect day Where our loved one Is waiting In the realms of heavenly bliss Oh could we wish for anything That Is brighter sweeter than this 1 HUSBAND AND CHILDREN EAT VEGETABLES u AND SOBER Some articles of diet are especially antagonistic to the use of alcohol says a well knawn authority on the subject Among them are macaroni haricot beans green and dried peas IIIlentils onions celery rice and whole meal bread People who eat freely of these veg etables lose the craving for drink to a greater or lesser extent Vegetable food generally seems to take the place what the system gets in intoxicating liquors and nations which consume lit meat are conspicuously sober Even in this country vegetarians ocn lose the desire for alcohol Rut fight the habit effectively the diet should include abundance of the articles just mentioned Sweets are also recommended A Thrilling Rescue How Bert It Lean of Chcny Wash was saved from a frightful death Is a to thrill the worldtA hard he writes brought on a des perate lung trouble that battled an ex pert doctor here Then I paid 810 to 35 a visit to a lung specialist in Spo kane who did not help me Then I went to California but without bene fit At last I used Dr Kings New Discovery which completely cured me and now I am as well as ever For Lung Trouble Bronchitis Coughs and Colds Asthma Croup and Whooping Cough Its supreme 50a and 81 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store I expect to pass through this life but once If therefore there be any kindness scan show or any good thing I can do to any fellow being let me do it now Let me not defer or neglect it for I shall not pass this way again Stephen Grillet p To avoid serious results take Foleys Kidney Remedy at the first sign of kidney or bladder disorder such as backache urinary irregularities ex haustion and you will soon be well New Stanford Drug Co First Office BoyDe boss grand mudder died last night Second Offic- eBoyGeel I wonder if hes gom to do ball game APreventlcs those Candy Cold Cure safely an 1 quicklycbeck- all colds and the Grip Try them once and seel 4825c old by Pennys Drug Store Clerk at Marriage License Bureau Whats the ladys first name 7 Prospective BridegroomHeavens man I never thought to ask her 1 Dr Samuel Whitney Trueedale aged G6tane of the beat known ministers in the Wisconsin Methodlat Episcopal con ference died in Chicago ui 1Upf 35 Magnificent BUILDING LOTS Beautiful West Danville There wil offered at public auction withou or bybid 30 of the most desirable building lots in West Danville on Saturday June1209 Promptly at 1 ocJockI WEST DANVILLE is located in the very heart of the growing residential district of the city new nouses are being erected and the demand dwellings in this particular section is far beyond tho eupply If all tho lots to be offered had n house on them all could be rented to desirable ten ants in less than 24 hours West Danville is barely outside of the cit limits where all the advantages of the town may be enjoyed yet without tne payment of city taxes THIS SPLENDID subdivision fronts upon one of the most magnificent country estates in Kentucky and it without doubt the real growing section Danville within easy reach of water electric lights sewage and gas 100 in Gold will be giver away absolutely FREE on the day of Sale Several of the lots to be offered front on the Perryvillo pikoand are tIlC cream of the whole subdivision All lots except those fronting on tho Perryville pike are 50x200 feet and those on tho pike arc 00x250 The Boyle County Commercial and Development Society strongly cu dorses the opening of tho subdivision in West Danville and is doing all in its power to secure homes for the new comers Tho certainty of the permanancy of the railroad division In Danvill which is testified to by the fact that a 815000 oilice building is to be erect cd and tho order issued directing the removal of tho general offices to Dai vile West Danville offers greater opportunities than an pthei section of the town Each holder of a ticket will be registered and tho hoMer of the luck number must be present in person when the drawing takes place 850 will bo given to first 825 to second 815 to third and 810 to fourth A brat band will be in attendance Danvilles reputation as an educational centcr is too jar famed to require special notice here It may boNmentioned thnt the Kentucky school for the deaf Central University of Kentucky CuM well College Danville Business College numerous schools nnd tho best public school in the State are located here as well aa handsome churches of all denominations Danville is tho terminal point of tho Southern Hail way and the divisional point of tho Queen tt Crescent route Hundreds of railroad people pre moving into the city Wet Danville is tho one aval nblo residence section for these people When these lots ore sold all nvai able building sites in this section will have been practically taken so now is the timo to buy To the speculation no better investment can bo found Terms liberal and made known on clayof sale Dunn aAdamsI Real Estate Agents DANVILLE KENTUCKY r You Will Make No Mistake in Buying The BrownRiding andWalk ing Cultivators Come in and look at them Screen Doors Screen Windows Screen Cloth Etc in All Sizes Shall be Glad to See You DSW H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky n Our lino of Men Boys and Childrens Clothing is more complete than ever betore Como to cce them before buying cltowhere SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KYI I have just received a car of OLD HICKORY WAGONS the boat wagon on the market for tho money Sco theta before buying ns there has been n great improvement in their construction E T PENCE STANFORD KY 1 MILLINERY4 The Charles Wheeler Emporium Hustonville Kyt Invites you to the largest MILLINERY SE LECTION we have ever shown Styles up to the minute Prices beyond competition Wo also tato that our Spring Line is now complete To save saucy como and sec nUll bo convinced Our Spring Line of Shoes for Ladies Misses mud Children and our line of Gouts Shoes will certainly please Hunan mud Walkover lines ore hummers and are strictly reliable Yours for an honest deal- CIIAIUJB Wiuitttt Jfiirst Tfational 7Jan J cllnfor 6y Gryamzttt 882 Capital Sock SSO 000 f Surfilui and lndfoidnt ProMs S90OO Has paid In Dividends shoo Oryanixationt 32J 500 nude defy jfccounts on Our 9tyorli OFFICERS I S Hocker President- S T Harris Vice Presideot John J McRoberts Cashier H C Oaughman Asst Cashr WWSaunders Bookkeeper DIRECTORSIF Reid J H Daughman M D Elmore J M Pettus H C Baughman J F CumminsI S T Ilarriano C Robinson- W U OOannon J S Hocker C E Tate RURAL TELEPHONESM- R FARMER Make your home ns modern for your family as a city residence and place our elf in n position to get the latest market quotations- at nary tinge This can be accomplished by means of our telej service which you and your neighbors can get for n sum that is small comparedwith the boncfits rcccived0all or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Far mers Lino rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service wo can immediately interest you Our lined cover the States of Kentucky Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and I IllinoisLAST TENNESSEE TEL d TEL CO l ISCOHrOttATKD e Stock Of Furniture For Sale 1 The stock of Furniture in Lancaster Kyt owned by the lato J C Robinson is offered for ealo privately It is the only store of the kind in Lancaster and a splendid stand to raako money For particplarenpply tQ J n CollierlLancaster KYJor T J ROBlNSONf Exor Hiutdnvlllt Kentucky