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In order to reduce 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 . Cook Stoves and Heaters and All Double Shovel Plows and Garden Kinds of Tinwaro and Granite Ware, Plows at that "came attractive COST Stoves, Vessels and Hollow Ware. PRICE. All these, at ABSOLUTE COST. The Interiop Journal. HARDWARE AT COST! f STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. JUNE 8. 1909. no; 29. CARPENTERS ! SUMMER HARDWARE, WAGON HARNESS, PLOWS & PLOW GEAR, ATTENTION LADIES I STONEWARE. Including Screen Doors and Screen Breeching, Bridles, Hamcs and A largo nwortmont of 1'iimlile Hatchets, Hammers and Saws and all Cloth. Aleo a largo assortment of Pocket Knivu, High Grndo Scissors Kindt of HuihlcrV Hardware and Poultry Wire, Lawn Hose and Lawn ou will mivo rJhelf Goods at au average of J oil the Mowers. mid Table Cutlery. Every one at cost. regular price. 10 per cent, on the.. Now is your chance. High-Grad- Don't Miss This Great Sale. Come Early While you Have Your Choice. GEO. D. HOPPER, Groceries . MATRIMONIAL. Here and There. has tendered Mas. Everett Thompson, of Tho l'eruvian Cabinet is with Mrs. J. W. Williams. Its resignation. Wm. Naylor, aged 20, and Miss MagMrs. Sara T. Green, aged 00 years, died at Ml. Sterling from tho effects of gie Uell, 17, wcro married at Prcach-crsvilSaturday. a fall. Near Ludlow Saturday four couples George Freeman will bo hanged at I'oducah on Juno 25 for the murder of celebrated their golden wedding. They all live on adjoining far.ns. Esslo Cobb. James Unrton and Miss Lula CalloV. II. Heard, chief of police at Dade-villAla., committed suicide by shoot- way, popular young people of ing He hid been in ill health. were married last week. For tho third time Mrs. Ada M. Agce Over $0,000 has been secured In three weeks at Franklin to build a Sunday and Emmctt Durrctt wore wedded. Tho school room and other additions to the ceremony took placo in Jcffersonville and was performed by Magistrate llaptist church. William it. Harr, of tho District of Kclgwin. Louisville Times. Miss Minnie Tohle, of Glasgow, and Columbia, was appointed by President Taft to bo assistant attorney general Wm. Moore, of Texas, were married Saturday. They had never met until of tho United States. Capt. John Gault, aged 72, bears tho tho day before, their courtship having distinction of being tho oldest conduct- been carried on by correspondence. Louis Milgrow, a young Russian, or on tho L. & N. He has been with committed suicido in New York after tho company 60 years. Kansas City was selected as tho next receiving a noto from St. Petersburg meeting place by tho Railway Mail that his sweetheart, Lclka Kainovitch, Clerks' Association, which closed Its had been sentenced to Siberia for life. J. Itussell Robinson, of London, and convention in Atlanta. Vice Admiral Uriu paid a pilgrimage Miss Mary Martin, of Cynthiana, who to tho tomb of Georgo Washington at were married in Cincinnati two years Vernon and placed thcro a ago, havo just made tho fact known. Mount Roth were students at State College wreath of red and whito roses. of a direct and they decided to keep their marriago Tho steamship service between New Or- a secret until the groom's graduation, leans and Philadelphia after a lapso of which occurred last week. Frink C. Miller, son of Contractor F. J5 years was celebrated with public II. Miller, who is building tho courtceremonies yesterday. At York, Pa., an old cartridgo ex- house was married in Louisville last ploded in u junk heap, tho bullet strik-in- g week to Miss Julia Lardimer, n pretty a man in tho mouth, three of his and cpular young woman of tho Falls teeth being dislodged. Tho man swal- City. Young Mr. Miller has been workand has made a lowed tho bullet and tho teeth and got ing on the court-housnumber of friends during his sojourn in well. Dispatches lo Dun's Kevlow indicato Stanford who wish him and his bonnio that mora favorablo weather hss had a brido the best of everything that's govery benellcial effect on general busi- ing. ness, while lamer employment of labor Hon Past Firty In Danger. and the rcsoration of wages create a Men past middle lifo have found general fooling of optimism. Tho Missouri Pacific railroad and its comfort und relief in Foloy's Kidney . L. H. Morris, Dexter, Ky , subsidiary line, tho Iron Mountain, in Hcim-dyFederal court at Littlo Kock enter- writes: "Up to a year ago my father tho ed a plea of guilty on tn Indictments suffered front kidney und bludder recently returned against them and the trouble and soverul physicians pro court nssesssed a fine of $7,500 in each nounced It enlargement of the prostate case, gland and ml vised an operation. On account of his ago wo wero afraid ho Kentucky Fair Dates. could not stand it und 1 recommended Foley's Kidnoy Remedy, uud tho first Stanford, July 21- -3 days. bottle rolloved him, and uftcr taking Georgetown, July 27- -5 days. tho second bottlo ho was no longor Lancaster, July 23- -3 days. troubled with this complaint. New Winchester. Aug. 3- -5 days. Stanford Drug Co. ' Danville, Aug. -3 days. Fair, Lexington, August liluegrass Employes actually work in buildle Mich-mono t- and Hardware, Stanford, Kentucky IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. James II. Bauer has been appointed postmaster at Bauer, Pulaski county. E. II. Mentz, proprietor of tho 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 Lane and Det Selvy, aged 14 and 10 respectively, wero arrested at Pittsburg, charged with breaking into the storo of Wm. Joseph in Laurel. Rev. James M. Thompson, of Pennsylvania, has arrived to take the pastorate of the Presbyterian church at Barbourville. day 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' Association. Porter county, Ind , voted wet by a majority of 375, being tho 11th county to declaro in fuvor of the licensed saloon, whilo G'J have so far declared against It. Chicago police are now working on tho theory that Dr. John" T. Binkley, of Evansville, was murdered and are trying to find the watch that was stolen from the body. Albert T. Patrick's 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 Matteawan, under a decision rendered by the appellate division of the supreme court of New York. Tho equestrian statue of Gpn. John II. Morgan executed by the Italian sculptor, Signer Pompeo Coppini, will be placed on the public squaro in front of the courthouse in Lexington. John D. Young, Sr., a former mem' her 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" nre circulating petitions asking Judgo Bradford to call an election for October 2 to vote on the question of whether or not that county shall continue "dry." It voted "dry" by a large majority Oct. 2, 1900 A. D. Oliver, who in a few short months had become one of tho leading citizens of Bainbridge, Ga., had married and becomo wealthy, was arrested by an ollicer who identified him as Charles Harding, an escaped convict. Gov. Willson issued a statement declaring that he would do everything in his power to ussist the officers of the law in discovering the men who composed tho mob which lynched John Maxcy. Tho governor strongly do nouncca tho lynching and the lynchers. An Ideal Walking Oxford jfe VERY SWELL. Ede. Euct Reproduction cf Sll Shoe. Saturday was Confederate Memorial at Camp Chase, where over 2,200 Confederates who were prisoners during the Civil War, arc buried. The day was partly spoiled by the rainy weath er. Uol. E. t'olK Johnson, ot Louis ville, made the address. A Richmond dispatch says: Deputy Sheriff William Johnson, whilo going through a field near Berea heard a peculiar noise and on investigating 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. OXFORDS 1 1 m . . 4 i Green, White, Tan, Ox Blood and Black, IN ALL THE STYLES FOR S I r '! r After a search of four days and nights Jasper Crum, the man who was supposed to have been kidnaped from his wifo and family by a mysterious woman at Cadiz, has been found. Crum, in company with a woman, was disco v ered by Crum's brother and five friends at a mining camp on Beech Creek in Investigation provtd West Virginia. that the kidnaping of Crum was a pre concerted plan concocted by Crum and tho woman to elope. It also proved that Crum and the woman had known each other for a period of 15 years and that ho had called on her several times since his marriage. m saw I909r for Men, Women and m Could Not Be Better. No one has over mado a salvo, olnt ment, lotion or balm to comparo with Hucklen'a-Amtc- a Salvo. Its tho one perfect healer of Cuts, Corns, Iiurns Children. "v 1'. Urulses, Sores, Scalds, Holts, Ulcers, Kozemu, Salt Hheum. For Soro Eyes, Cold Sores, Chapped Hands Its supremo. Infalllblo for Piles. Only 23o at Penny 's Drug Storo. Cummins & Wearen, Women Who Are Envied. Those uttractlvo women who aro lovely In face, form and temper uro tho envy of manVj who might bo like them. A weak, sickly woman will 1m nervous und Irritable. Constipation or Kidney poisons show In pimples, blotches, skin eruptions and a wretch- Vd complexion. For all such, Electric Hitlers work wonders. They regulato Stomach, Liver und Kidneys, purify tho blood, give strong nerves, bright eyes, pure breath, smooth, velvety skin, lovely comploxlon. Many charming women owe their health and beauty to them. 60o at Penny's Drugstore Fred Suppose a pretty girl wero to grant you tho privilege of kissing her either on tho right chock or tho left, which would you choose Jack-Neither. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 9- -G days. Taylorsvllle, at 7 Aug. 10- -4 days. Harrodsburg, Aug. 12- -3 daya. Lawrencoburg, Aug. 174 days. Harbourvllle, Aug. 18- -3 days. Brodhcad, Aug. 18- -3 days. Shelbyvllle, Aug. 21- -5 days. Elixabethtown, Aug. 24- -3 days. Springfield, Aug, 254 days. London, Aug. 25 1 days. Frankfort, Aug. 31- -4 days. Nlcholasvllle, Aug. 31- -4 days. Uardstown, Sept. 1 1 days. Montlcello, Sept. 7- -4 days. Kentucky Stato Fair, Louisville Sept. ays. ing tho Panama Canal now number as shown by tho report of the Chief Quartermaster for tho month of April. Of this number 4,355 are "gold" employes and the remainder aro ou tho "silver" or labor roll. The Panama railroad forco numbers 0,078 and the railroad commissary forco 780. Thus tho total number at work both on tho canal and railroad is shown to bo 20,-83- 5, 33,-69- 9. I'd make a choice between the two. drug the Stomach, or stimuHeart or Kidneys. That Is It Is the weak nerves that aro out for help. Vltallo theso weak Insido controlling nerves with Dr. Shoop's Restorative, und seo how quickly good health will como to you agalu. Test It aud seo! Sold by Penny's Drugstore. Don't late tho wrong. crying Trouble Makers Ousted. When a sufferer from stomach trouble takes Dr. King's Now Llfo Pills ho's mighty glad to see his Dyspepsia and Indigestion tly, but more-he- 's tickled over his new, Uno appetite, strong nerves, healthy vigor, all because stomach, liver und kidneys now work right. 25o at Penny's ' Drug Storo. In tho will of Edwin Miller, of Co' menton, Pa., the estate was left to his widow, the testator insisting that an old wheelbarrow should always remain a part of It. A tickling or dry cough can bo quickly loosened with Dr. Shoop's Cough Nemedy. No opium, no chloroform, nothing unsafe' or harahi Sold by Peaay's Drug Store. Edgar Ser- Chief Clerk Hero comes tho lady At Nashville who wrote those articles on "How I ber was called from his homo and killJessie lived Regally on Six Dollars a Week." ed in tho street by The latter claims that Satan Put her over there with the MePheraon. other liars. Serber had talked about him and had threatened to "do" him. A repeatThe cleverest Imitation of real Cof- ing shot gun was used. fee ever yet mado Is I)i Shoop's v' Manv of our citizens are drifting to Health Cotlee, It Is fine in flavor and Is mado In just one minute. No wards Hrlght's dlseaso by neglecting Dr. Charles Louts Loos has retired tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling, Mado symptoms ot kidnoy and bladder trouas a member of tho faculty of University at Lexington after from pure parched grains, malt, uuts, ble which Foley's Kidney Remedy will teacher. etc. Sample free. Penny's Drug Store quickly euro. New Stanford Drug Co. 60 years' service Trait-sylvan- ia Use Arnold's Buggies. i - -- J U. u There is nothing better. We paint Old Ve hicles and make them look like new. Getour prices. We solicit your trade. R. M. ARNOLD. DANVILLE, KY. i i :'''y4V''l'il'- - "-"- " vr - p- . -- , '.rrrw'-Kr- The Interior Journal. E. C WALTON LYNCHING. AN EXCUSELESS that Hie Ncfjro, John Maxcv. deserved death, his execution by a mob of Frankfort peoplo speaks ngnlnst them. volumes of censuro There was no excuse for taking tho law In their own hands and disgracing the capital of tho Stato with a lynching almost In tho shadow of tho new Stato houso except tho gratification of brutal instinct. Had the act been dono immediately after tho Negro shot tho showman, when heat and passion wero aroused, there might be paliation for the offenso 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 tako him out and hang him Is absolutely without reason or excuse. Tho Negro was in custody and auro 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 his prisoner without an alarm, at least in a city supposed to bo fully policed. The whole business smacks of disregard for oaths and law and is discreditable to the city, which will not soon recover 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 scared consciousness of having murdered a hu man being in cold blood, without the slightest danger then or ever. The governor may offer rewards for the murderers but it will Drobablv amount to nothing. There were too many engaged in the brutal business to maKe it available. It is a pity though that every man of them can not be made to suffer the punishment they meted out to their victim. Admitting Tira dedication last week of the Jefferson Davis Memorial Tark on the farm near Palrvlew, this State, upon which ho was born, was with Interesting and Impressive ceremonies. Slnco therois no public fund from which money can be drawn to honor their illustrious dead, It Is mete that tho Southern noonlo should out of their own pockets contribute to perpetuating tho memories of those who fought, bled and died for tho cause they loved and believed to bo right. None of tho great men of tho bloody period from 1861-suffered more than Mr. Davis, who gave up much to help to secure to his people their rights, which ho thought were being deprived. After the closo of hostilities he was Brrestcd, thrown in prison and in irons for most of tho time, kept for two years, and In many nrnwR- iWraded and humiliated. No man . has been more continuously and crueuy W. P. Conger, of McUinnville, has found a spot on the top of the CumNew Liverv in Tennessee Mountains berland Depot where the Stato prohibition law, effec-tlv- o 00, July 1, cannot touch him and he is now having a saloon erected there. It STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Is IS miles from McMinnvillo and there is no schoolhouse within four miles of tho place. It is reported that Conger has leased all tho land for four miles around In order to prevent the erection I filler In nml Mnnufncturor of of n schoolhouse. Ten or 12 barrels of Mnrblo and Crnnlto Monuwhisky and n lot of case goods nro now (Vinrtrry nml at McMinnvillo nwnlting transportation Mnrkers nml 1'oMi, Olllce mill wrU, . Regular hack ViuMiuul to Conger's saloon. Ky. lines will bo established by tho enter prising saloonist to furnish hquor to the Imuras Tobacco and Tobacco neighboring towns. As the Legislature does not meet until 1911, ho expects to Nothing But coin money. B. D. CARTER, Street, Phone Harry Jacobs, ments, SUMMER A i -- ,". Un larns. D. Insurance Man, WEAR. Twelvo hours after her husband, John Glacsser. had been taken from unrtcr home jn Su Loulg by tno mniicrnml thnn the nresident of the Con- - tho eharira of embezzlement. Mrs. Mar- federacy, but It is gratifying to obscrvo tha Glacsser was found dead in bed rcn, child the side of the bod th.twhh tho animosities of civil war Arnctt, n girl eight es of her and John years old, is being shown somo jus- Jr., five years old. The room was filldying out ho tice and his real greatness and place in ed with gas. tho history of tho country accorded Everyone would bo benefited by takhim. All honor to the men who conend tho ing Foley's Orlno Laxative for ceived and carried to successful stomach and liver trouble. i Idea of honoring his memory in tno a Park that wui( n It sweetens the stomach and breath, State of his birth by gently stimulates tho liver and regu be greatly improved and beautified as la tea the bowels and is mucb superior days go by. tho to pills and ordinary laxntlves. New September 1st if you drink Stanford Drug Co. After In a public place or orj a railroad train Rumors that Negroes wero planning you will have to do so from your prl- - to take a whito prisoner from the jail vate.cup, as drinking irom common and Ivnch him in retaliation for the cups will be prohibited by law. It haneine of John Maxey cnuscd tho jail ought to be prohibited every where. er of Franklin county to put on a heavy guard. Medical authority gives the use of pubgreatest aids to lic cups as ono of the 1 Jesse Th Itnl.lonc Wearen, 1ms Insurant STANFORD, KY. I'honn M; Offlc. K. Insure vitli mo nml protected. fully Safeguard the Future The snrfst.surrst and ino.t admuMe lor the tuture I. a policy in I tl The Mutual Benefit Insurance Co. Life rconomlcnl manage, It I. conplcuou of for policy contract, lair lie ment. liberality meiiilwr. and large return, denlliiK with It. tiipoltcy holder., TU company I. Ju.t entering thti of n succvstful At last the hot weather is.here and it calls for Cool Garments, Two-Pie- ce Suits, Light Weight, Full Bloomer Trousers, Negligee Shirts, Light, Cool Underwear, policy holder. In Lincoln county thnn ror nil other compnnle. combined. Write umi-rlr- d SIXTY FOURTH YEAR career with more bu.lnet. or particular., .tMing ngennu wneiurr Low Show Gauze Socks, Straw and Panama Hats, Low Collars and Narrow Ties. These are the ar- tides needed now and we can furnish them in communicable diseases. wool clip in Texas this season is said to be 2.500,000 pounds. The State whose name is so frequently coupled with a hotter place, seems to be doing her best to keep the other people warm also. The total Dinwiddie & ry an goods. Myer. Houiu Flats, Hlanlonl. Jnmef I, White. Hollcllor lor llockca.tle Co. . fl1..w,jA.NI, Blwcta, At. JAMES N. DYE, Co., POLITICAL. An effort is being made by the demo crats to have Judce W. R. Cress, of Monticello. run for Commonwealth's Attorney. L. W. Arnett's majority over Walker carC. Hall, for the democratic nomination for State Senator of the Kenton dis up-to-d- ate trict, is only four. Florida Senate concurred in the of The bill, as amendments to the passed by the House, and it is now in thi hands of the Governor. Tho bill becomes effective two years hence. Republican Representatives from the West returning to Washington say that the Aldrich tariff bill will not satisfy To chsek their constituents, and say they aro rutins .ur.erly cold, or Qrlpr with Twenties" d.fut tor PneumonU. To .top raid determined to force a reduction of the with PrartnUcs li u(er thin to lat it run and t obliztd to cur. it atunr.rdt. To bs.are. rates. will can .Ten dsly KtJ cold, but th erlr Gov. Deneen, of Illinois, attached his UxeaoO the, tearly men, stags they break, or cold.. That', .only Utur. head official approval to the bill which pro- That's why they are called PrtTentics. No Qutn-tn-., PnTaatlc.ar.Uttl. Candy Cold Cure. vides a referendum on all bond issues no pajilc, nothing sickening. Mc lor lb. Seeing that a number of Congressman 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 Congressman 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 hi3 references to certain democratic Congressmen who have betrayed their party is so pointed that they do not have to inquire: "Wonder if he means me 1" The farmers are to be fooled by a duty of 25 to 40 cents on potatoes. When the crop fails in this country the farmer, like other people must pay the duty in the enhanced price. When the 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. Hustonville, Ky. Undertakers and Embalmers. We line Optical Hpcclnll.t and Kxpert Watchmaker, located iwrmniiently at McKlnney, Ky., the with n complete equipment lor letting pracetei.nUon thorough knowledge andcbool., tical irlence;grduato Irom two and Th Houth Ueud Uolleiiu ol Optic llradley Tolytecnlc lnilltute.ol IVorla, III., Horologlcnl Iepartment. it you are .uttering from eye.traln, headache, or If you are nerrou.. Irritable, tho.e nro the Indica- e tion, of ome derangement of the relrac-tlvsystem, which may often deielop Into chronic or Incurable di.en.eol theeje and can In mot cane, lie preyenled by properly titled glae. i'uro .hould lie taken In In your eIiiii'i. Ml.ntted len.e.. nruve to Inlurlou. nnd enr fnitiiv rAiHi. Thereforetie ou .hould con. .ometline. fatal. ult a practical optician. Watchmaking Department. My watchmaking departI'an ment l complete in every rr.pecl. kind do of pivoting, .tainng. Jeweling and all In the mo.t .killed nnd watch repairing careful manner. Watch repairing ; not ntch "tinkering" or "latching." many prices and patterns. H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. anti-racin- INSURANCE. R. B. MAHONY Stop That Cold villages and incorporated in cities, towns. Refunding and present bonds are excepted from tho provisions of tho bill. Judge J. T. Hanbery, of Hopkins-villdefeated Judge Cook, the incumbent, for Circuit Judge by a small majority in the Democratic primary held in the Third Judicial district Saturday. rebukes Senator Denny P. Smith, candidate for ComThe Courier-JournBailey for repudiating the democratic monwealth's Attorney, had no platform after its adoption instead of doing like it does, repudiate it before CHURCH MATTERS. hand. As the Louisville Eheet is authority on bolting, the Senator who The Epworth League Rally last week seems to have departed from democratat Winchester was a success. It was ic teachings, might do well to consult said that it was the best conference of the old expert when ho wants to go the kind ever held in Kentucky. still further wrong. Rev. T. W. Barker will preach his illustrated fourth sermon on Methodism Sunday. The London Sentinel's Methodedition is a most creditable newspaper His subject will bo "The Place Tho picture and biography of ism Should Occupy in tho Mission effort. many of Laurel county's prominent men Field." District Conference will meet this are printed and a number of the public Messrs. J. A. Albuildings and pretty homes of London week at Burnside. conlen, Bedell Chancellor, Miss Mary Rig-ne- y are shown in the big edition. We and Mrs. Adelia Woods are dele gratulate the Messrs. Dyche on their gates from the church here. work. clever Edgar A. Fox, secretary ot the KenAssociation, With Senators Paynter and Bradley tucky State Sunday-schoboth pulling for the repeal of the to- died at his home in Louisville Saturbacco tax of six cents a pound, they day night. Mr. Fox was well known ought to secure it. Paynter promises a here, where he has done a good deal ol solid democratic vote for it and Brad- Sunday School work. ley claims to have many recruits from The Methodists of Stanford are plan bis party, but they may propose and ning to expend between $1,800 and Aldrich will dispose. The tax will reon the church and parsonage. Tbey main. propose to build a Sunday school room The new tariff bill reduces the duty 22x44, paper and paint the church, put paon chloroform. The republicans do well new roofing on the parsonage and ia providing a cheaper way to put pec-D-ie per and paint It. to sleep. A great many of them Judge T. S. Garnett, of Norfolk, Va., will have to be put to sleep, if that will deliver the principal address at party after breaking its pledges, gets Vicksburg, Miss., Friday, when the into power again. monument erected to Uen. Stephen D. A Virginia girl eloped from her Lee will be formally presented to the Gen. school in her graduating dress and mar- United States Government. Commaried her waiting love. As she is barely Clement A. Evans, of Atlanta, of tho United Con 18, she doubtless didn't know her mind nder-in-Chief make the and will spend the rest of her life re- federate Veterans, will the acceptof presentation, and gretting that &he didn't wait a whilo at epeechwill be by Gen. Frederick D. ance e, $2,-0- children and thoroughly laf. too. II you leal chilly. 11 you meeu.Myoa ache all oyer, think ol pnyentlca, Promptnua may alio tar hall your utoal .Ickneai. And don't forget your child. 11 there ti tererUhneu. nlghtoraay. II .rein probably He. Pnrentic.' treateet efficiency. Bold In to boxe. lor the pocket, alio In SSc boie ol Pmentlca. Insist on your druggists firing yon Prcventics PENNY'S DRUG Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life.LiveStock.Health and Accident, Plate Glass.Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without Prescription Pointers ! It is customary lor every druggist to claim to be "best" in prescription work. Good claim but we can't all be best. STORE. This store claims ability, capability, facility and a complete stock of drugs. We have the goods, the equipment, the experience. Three Ideal Farn)s In One. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. least. In conformity possibly with the wishRoosevelt, babies es of will continue to be admitted free under the new tariff bill, liut they are about all that will come under the free lists. Tuose who prate so much about breaking the Solid South could do some roUalowy wwk in New EngkBd it t wua't to solid for them. But the ca 1Um the cue. bete; alUi-ad- . has a The perfection of real estate, all that is of Uryantsville, which a goodthrivingbank, a school and merchants, beautiful and desirable in country life, including locality, (oil and improvements, is church of large membership, that town be embodied in a farm of 435 acres, adjoining ing about 9 miles irom Lancaster me the thrivine town of Uryantsville, Ky., county seat of Garrard County, on the and near the famous Camp Dich Robin- Lexington pike, ine enterprise ui mc son farms, which sell at over loo per citizens in that section is further maniThere are three tfacts, with fested by the fact that they are preparing acre dwellings and improvements on each, to establish a Graded School at HryantS' suitable for three families desiring to lo- ville, and if they succeed, which is almost cate on adjoining farms; or, if bought certain, this property will advance from lo by one party, two houses could be occu- to ao dollars on the acre, as property has pied by tobacco tenants. The best equip- done near Lancaster and other towns, ped barn in the county, is on tho where such schools have been established, premises, haviog water supplied by a keeping the money and children at home wind-milThe floors are Duilt as resi- and giving them a good education. This dence flooring, the stalls are large and picture is not overdrawn, and we invite well constructed, machinery for cutting those looking for n bargain in a some that has all tha attractive features, to let us feed being run by an engine. This farm is also within Stock scales and a large tobacco barn show it to them.navigable stream, which is The four miles of a are among other improvements. advantage for markets than the land lies well and is of a high grade, well of greater a railroad, for it gives fenced, well watered a portion of it being same distance from better facilities for crass, in gently unauiat cheaper rates and matted with blue to market of all farm proIne riastures. Most of the land has been transportation stock can be shipped from kept in grass and will easily raise 1,500 ducts, and live a boat load, while coal and pounds of hemp. I.800 pounds of tobacco one bead up to purchased at less price. It and 60 to 76 bushels of corn. Such soil is lumber can be to the river, and a good (grade the basis of all value, and the large profit, is down pike. which It yields on the Investment, whv capital is seeking real estate, We positively believe that this land is it being not only the best but the safest worth jloo per acre, and yet it is Offered This, together with the at $90 per acre as a whole, if sold at once: investment. fact that population is increasing, thereby however the entire farm is susceptible of insuring a continuance, of good prices for an advantageous division into small tracts farm products, proves that good real estate and we will divide it to suit purchaser and will continue to advance in price. make price on what he. wants according to Besides the intrinsic value of a home, location, improvements, quality and quanthe locality and kurroundings render it tity. more or less valuable. Good roads, good, MORE OPPORTUNITIES schools, churches and good morals are imYes, we have them farm lands In difportant factors, in determining the value of a farm, because they contribute to ferent localities, o tno pike and on the man's substantial happiness, which is the pike improved and unimproved 60 acres loo acres joo acres any number of mainspring of human action andtbeobject acres you want, from fj5 per acre to sought, in every section of our Grant. country, , These elements enter largely (loo per acre. Wecan suit you. Try us. Episcopal into the attractiveness and, consequently, All bargains of a lifetime. 600 acres extra Tho Austin Methodist church, Chicago, was destroyed bun the value of this property. It lie oi a good 2O6 acres superior land highly 11ft acres, extra Rood, near Paint day by a tiro beiioved to bo of incen splendid turnpike for a distance of about diary origin. The loss is estimated at one mile, the community consists of the Lick, fine residence and three tobacco $75,000, which was coyered by insur- highest grade of citizenship, the people lurm. rinr nriee is the owber's price. If you want to buy being moral, cultured and exceedingly No excets contracts. ance. hospitable. The rasldences are in sight) a farm write us or come to see us. Pains of women, head pains, or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with Dr. Snoop's Pink Pain Tablets. See full formula on 25c Box. Sold by Pen LANCASTER, KY. ny ' Drugstore. God-favor- Are You Going To Build ? While wc nro here to build tho Lincoln county court homo and, should tlio building fever strike you, why not have a little talk with us? We aro n a better position to build you a nice Brick Dwelling or A Neat Business House C. being able to buy all materials cheaper and therefore ore in position to put" a building up for a considerable lower price. Nothing too largo or too small and tho distance will not stop us from figuring with you, matters not where you live. We invito any prospective builder to givo us a trial. Wo furnish all plans any specifications for such buildings that wo might erect, free of charge. FRITZ KRUEGER & F. H. MILLER. OUR is LAWN FENCL; rVA7 HUGHES & SWINEBROAD, 11 less expensive and better fuuco tha wood. More ornamental, durable aud a time euver as you need no taw, hummer aud nails to keep it in repair. t Cull ut our storo, sco the beautiful fabric and gates and let us show you,, tho low prices ou a good ienco job. GEORGE Li H. FARRIS, Stanford. fM WtlJU HI - ... J&-- l ii-f- c ipir mmfyffgprif!.IWTnr''VK, npy-- T wr, ..,,.,.,, r- - I P 3 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 Our Semi-Annu- al Remnant Sale ! 3 SEVERANCE Miss Ethel Fettro went up to Crab Orchard yesterday. Mr. J. 0. C. Alcorn, of Columbia, Mo , was here yesterday. 1901) .h'SK 8, Btanfokd, Ky., Mr. G. L. Penny is nttending tho Shriners' meeting In Louisville. Rev. Z. O. Avery nnd wife, of ForICB CHEAM ioda wntcr at Penny's mer City, III., are with Mr. and Mrs. Drujr Store. J. L. Jarvis. PERS0WALS7 Mr. Charles J. Kitchen Jr., and bride, of Ashland, arrived Saturday 111. Mrs. Joe Chancellor is very night to spend a week with Mrs. Annio MR. l I. NUNNELLY if quite sick. Engleman and Miss Sue Taylor Englc-maM. DUNCAN continues to Improve W. Mil. W. H. Land has been sick for Miss Sadie Haughman, of Huston-villsome time. has been the guest of her cousins, went to LouU-vlll- o Mr. A. T. Nu.nnem.et Misses Elizabeth and Pcachlo HaughSunday. man. Mr. J. W. IIayden was over from 6c SON. STANFORD KY. L. II. Hugh en The Interior Journal. - Circuit Court Is still moving along slowly. Nothing worthy of i mention Binder twino at W. II. Hlggins' has been done since our last report. . Judge Bell has not yet handed down his Wedding and graduating presents of decision in the Haughman-McCart- y contest nnd it is not known when ho will. quality at Mueller's. For Sale. millet seed. Cow peas nnd German C. C. Carpenter, Huston-villc. Lirdey cut glass at Mueller's. T. W. Humble W. O. Martin See tho "ad" of W. II. Blakcley, of Bowling Green, Ky., who offers some fine farms for salo. Write him for particulars. e, Eventually you will use Dcnham's Rex Coal in your cook stove. Why not begin now and save the difference 7 Yards at Stanford and Rowland. Revenue officers raided a moonshine still thrco miles from Lancaster and destroyed it, together with tho outfit and liquor. They also arrested the promoters, W. L. Moras and Henry Creech and placed them In tho Danville jail. Rev. Willis Logan will give a gieat picnic In Ed Ballard's grovo on the Lancaster piku Saturday. There will bo two games of ball, one between Danville and Logantown and tho other between Lancaster and Hustonville. Good prizes will be given to the winners. I-- 1 1m - "to. I WILL have on court house squaro for STANFORD. KENTUCKY. sale next Monday, June llth, a lot of household and kitchen furniture, consisting of one Steel Range, sewing ma- ly- chine, ice box, tubs, buckets, chairs, etc. Will also sell ono Seth Thomas I clock, which Is over 100 years old. Large nnd smnll wbentrcornnnd tobacco Mrs. E. Higgins. (urinx, letel. rich nnd tree from .tone, r sldence nnd barns, good mllronU connecCan offer The elocutionary entertainment at tion.. Longtime n bargain lit p'A to (eu nn acre. payment!. Walton's Opera House Wednesday ULAKLKY. I!ollngreen, Ky. night, Juno 10th, promises to draw an immenso crowd. Six or eight young ladies will contest for tho $30 in prizes, Graduate Optician, our best singers will give several vocal Stanford. Ky., numbers and Miss Em Smith, the violin virtuoso, will render one or more Otllce ... M. O. Vamleeer' store on Knt In . . ,..i.. .! ....... ........ . .i .mull .iitTi, Jill nuiK iguiiiiiut-- t M. solos. keeps In mock nil nsortment ot grapuo-phonnnd "lull line ot records. The following directors of tho Cumberland Valley Land Co. met hero SatThf McKlnnty Woolen Mills, urday and ratified the option given by McKlnney, Ky. Secretary and Treasurer J. S. Hocker Lexington. OUR thanks are due Mr. nnd Mrs. J. on the body of coal and timber land to Is Mr. Lewis T. Andrews and wife, of II. Colyer for a basket of new potatoes, an Eastern firm: Messrs. James W. tli now In operation iinil Is ready to sere public In making Jeans, Limeys, Illiinlets, Texas, are with her father, which were as large as hen eggs. Sherman. and Horace Fox, J. W. IIayden, J. A. work wool Flannels, Yarns, Ktc. Will either or exchange goods for Jt. HighMr. W. H. Murphy. Craft, J. S. Bingham, J. W. Alcorn, est market price tor wool. The new bridge being built by the CMI.WIliaHT.I'ror. Misses Claudia Eaton and MargaRobert Boyd and J. S. Hocker. ret Hopper aro attending the Normal Q. & C. over Kentucky River will bo 32 feet higher than the old one, making it Miss Annie Goocii. of tho Goshen SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGISchool at Richmond. Section, was bitten on the index finger Rev. J. L. Yandell, of this place, 318 feet high. NEERING. right hand by a snake Sunday attended tho Sunday Schwl Convention l!vk ot her The L. &. N. will Beii round-triI am prepared todonll kinds of ureylng afternoon. Sho saw some young birds hold at Hryantsvillo. and for eta to Louisville II engineering My Mary fall out of their nest and in putting nnd cl guaranteed anilpromptly. are work my prices reaMisses Sallie Dudderah, will U) row, Wednesday, morning's train, at Write me at McKlnney them back in, her hand come in contact sonable. telephone through the or cull me Daviess Raney went Moblcy and Kate onr the iluitontllle $3.25, account tho Shiners' Meeting. with a tree snake which stuck its fangs Exchange. . to louisvillo Sunday. WA LTKIt McKINNEY. Mrs. W. F. Martin and children, of Singleton Bros., of Crab Orchard into her finger twice. She came to aro visiting her moth-e- lost a pocket book containing a check Dr. L. B. Cook, who canterized her Houston, Texas, The Truth on W. M. Monk, a $5 bill and some finger and she was.'not suffering much Mrs. J. II. Raines. Every person in this city who is sufMiss May Waters, of Danville, has papers. Finder can keep tho money If pain at last account. fering from Eczema, Pimples, Dand. been the guest of her cousins, Misses ho will return the book and papers. disThe Statc-Wid- o Prohibition Chautau- ruff or any form of skin or scalp Mary and Jane Tatnme. the clever Moreland gentleman qua Association will hold a great meet-in- g ease, can find relief and be permanentIf Mrs. Eliiert Masden and mother, in Stanford from Aug. 3 to 8. A ly cured by Zemo, a clean liquid foi who mailed us a dollar bill Friday will of Lobanon Junction, havo been guests givo us his name duo credit will be giv tent with a seating capacity of 1,000 external use. AH durggists sell ZEMC of Mrs. J. A. Chnppcll. on his paper, otherwise wo will have will be used. Such talent as tho folPENNY'S DRUG STORE. Mrs. J. Mat Martin and little en visiting her par- to carry it to tho profit and loss fund lowing will take part: Frank S. Redaughter, Mabel, are gan, cartoonist; Charles J. Hall, ents at Fort Wayne, Ind. Please bear this in mind I If you Tho Loose Family, musicians, orator; Mrs. M. J. Cochran and Misses want to take advantage of tho low Mrs. Nellie Burger, lecturer; Tho Bachelor Georgia and Margaret Lewis aro at- prices during our hardware sale you We nre In position todonll kinds of conQuartette; L. L. Pickett, reformer; creting, such us lllock Work, Pavements tending the Normal School at Rich- must have cash in hand, otherwise we and, In fact, we can makenny thing from Jo. Jamison, Irish humorist and lecturmond. house down to n fence post. We can serve will charge regular price. G. D. Hop s W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, you promptly nnd guarantee Si H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT Mn. Charles Wheeler, of Huston-vill- per, dealer in hardware and groceries, er. w ork nnd material. Unit nnd get our prlcei J. O. REID, ASSISTANT CASHIER before you buy your material nt least. J. B. PAXTON, and his son, Dr. Carl L. Wheoler, Stanford. The Interior Journal suggests that J. W. ROCHESTER, TELLER. of Lexington, aro at Atlantic City for Stanford have a cleaning up day, say Have you seen tho new lino of Whit- within H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER a week. the next few weeks, or before Stauford, Ky. Geo. M. Davison, who was man! and ferns for ferneries at the tho fair at any rate. Let tho entire Judcb DIREOTORS: taken ill at Covington, was able to Stanford GreenhouseT Also the very day be spent in cutting weeds, cleaning FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNJ. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford best bedding plants. Geraniums from up come homo Saturday. He continues to streets, alleys and pavements and John B. Foster, Stanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Ran50c per dozen up. Special attention TY FOR SALE ! improve. making Stanford prettier, hcalthler'and kin, Laccaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, McClary and w. given to cut flower orders. Lena L. better. A great deal could bo accomMesdames J. C. A flne Hue grass farm for tale situated on L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. Gilberts Creek; Hampton, Florist, Logan Ave., Stansix mites newnlko B. McKlnney aro at Frankfort with litplished in 10 hours if our people will south of near l'olnt Leaell and sou acres, Uincoster, containing H. Cummins, Preachersville; Lilburn Shelton Marshall Saufley, Jr., who ford. tle agree to work that long. Stanford is al well located tn Kood neighborhood, being Gooch, Gilberts Creek. part ot tbe John Walker tract, with a handis very ill. Blankenship. Mrs. Blankcnship.the ready the best town on the map; let us some imw. seeuTOoni residence Miss Lucy Lee Walton left Satur- aged wlfo of Mr. Henry Blankenship, join hands to make it the cleanest. thereon, with all necessary outbulldlngtand good, new nrn m'. wen waiereu, six day to spend a few weeks with her of Prcachcrsville, died Sunday of a ueter falling iprlnut and creek running is not to be permitted to tli rough. Vaughan, at This State aunt, Mrs. Emma Lee complication of troubles and was buried Tkhmx. i cash In hand, balance one and havo a County Unit Law, if the fellows two yean from day of sale, bearing six per Richmond, Va. yesterday. Deceased was a splendid cent Interest until paid, Isabel. Haldeman, of Louis- woman and had been a devout member who pay rich sums to the Courier-JournMiss l'ersoni looking for such place please write W.O. Walkeh, Htauford. to print the pictures of their bot- or tee ville, haa been visiting her grandmoth- of the Baptist church for 65 years. She er, Mrs. Jano Buchanan, at Crab Orch- was tho mother of Mr. John T. Blank tles can forestall it by electing their own kind to the Legislature, and trig ard the past week. cnshlp, of Etowah, Tenn., gering with all "uncommitted" after You can nnd our Standard Hemedy, tbe Mr. Leslie Anderson, who is at- here. imxni una liver they find the way to Frankfort, May frealeslof llheuiuutlsm. ineuicineyei ituow n. . tending Normal College, Richmond, Halt Kbeuin, Kiddiscuses from pays to advertise most any kind of be tho Louisville business men but look ney Trouble and allno viuul. arisingmanuseveral days with his parents in spent It It I. Impure blood It has prohibition and factured under the pure food act of Juno so, business. A Chicago undertaker in- ahead to State-wid- e the Maywood section. ltM). and guaranteed the manufacturer If Cait. Thomas Richards and family serted an advertisement in a daily pa- "resolute" against it, seeing that tho tbellemedy Is taken according to directions by ho or suo Is occupy the cottage near Mr. John per when the other undertakers told tough Dutch brewer and his allies in audit Hemedy we not benefitedyour tbe use now money. ot the will refund W. Rout's. Mr. A. H. Severance and him if ho did not desist they would tho red liquor business aro determined Wo can do nothing more. Kucb package contains SW doses with a registered guarant, to stand against the County Unit law tee and mulling card with full lust actions. family, of Corbln, will move to the break his business up. Ho did not to any uddresi by mall on re. We send but is still doing a great deal more until Borne day they will force tho total celpt of ItItper package or six packages for rooms at the collego they vacated. It taken In order box Rev. R. R. Noel and Mr. Georgo S. business at the samo old stand, while prohibition jsue when we think they 14. lietter might save a big doctor's bill, you Carpenter left yesterday to attend the his competitors are falling behind in will see tk& cobwebs grow In their beer-tub- s, time Itemember If you take the lleinedy accordConfederate reunion at Meaphls. The the race for work. Printer's laic propand it will not be worth aright as ing to Instruction! uud are not tenanted, get your latter waa accompanied by Mies Lucy erly employed proves always a busiates to who will get the sinecure, known a you Ilia remedydollar back. You will not In druc store, for Ml. It nnd Mall, Wa niece, and they will vlelt Textftoiaoaly by our duly authorised agent. Adveeate. eelleeter. SjwCJSt aaupAfl nii4biMa, as bef ere retwakef . car-loahand-painte- Miss Clara Collier is with Miss Clothes French cleaned. Cook & Mario Mahony. went up to Farmer. Miss IIertha Jackson London yesterday. See the only complete and Mr. James Smith, of the Maywood range on tho market at Farris'. section, is very 111. Try somo of Wilkinson & Singleton's Miss Margaret Huffman is visiting country killed beef, pork and mutton. In Lancaster. friends .. Miss Louella White, of Lytic, is Bedding plants aro now ready and with Wilmore friends. wo are ready to put them out. Ed Hub Dr. W. N. Craio made a business bard. trip to Middlesboro Friday. We are still mixing that real paint on Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Wmrr have Somerset street at Ends' tin shop. moved to the Fcniel cottage. Miss Patsy Prewitt, of Lexington, of wire fencJust received a d is with Miss Tcvis Carpenter. ing, barbed wire and nails. George 11. of McKlnney, is Mr. K. J. Tanner, Farris. with tho Shriners In Louisville. W. F. Sheridan, of Nashville, Mr. Look In Tribble & Pence's handsome d was the guest of Mr. J. S. Itice. china closets for Mrs. McClary's china. Mr. RonERT Woods visited friends at Mt. Sterling Saturday and Sunday. See our Glass Ovcndoor Range. Tho Welch Rochester spent Saturday and Sunday with his sisters at Middles- newest and best appliance for ranges. George II. Farris. boro. -. Horn to the wife of Isaac Shelby, For tho next 30 days I will sell geJr., a son, Isanc Shelby, Jr., Jr. raniums and all kinds of pot plants at of Lima. cost. Ed Hubbard. Mr. Homer W. Carpenter, ., was tho guest of Miss Tcvis The Warren Grigsby Chapter of the U. D. C. will meet this afternoon with Mrs. T. K. Baldwin, of Mndison, Miss Frances Adams. was with her daughter. Mrs. W. H. Taxes. -- The tax books for 1900 are Shanks. now ready. Come In and get your reMaster James Cooper is visiting Hill, sheriff. tho family of Dr. Lee F. Huffman in ceipt T. J. te i'arls Friday. locals! The Senate expects to complete its consideration of the cotton schedule of the tariff bill An important event In the South this week will be the reunion of tho United Confederate Veterans at Memphis. Charles R. BaugH, formerly of London, was thrown (rom a horse and seriously injured at Deming, N. M. Wanton brothers, four in number, were ncquitted of the killing of their cousin, Richard Wanton, in Harlan county. Walter Wellman will leave Paris in about two weeks for Spitzbergen and the start for tho North Polo will be mado about August 1. Maik Morris, colored, under sentence y. 10 Per Cent. Discount Until further notice we will sell any article in our store at lO Per Cent. Off. We will givo TWESTV-FIVE I'KK CENT. OFF on any This is is ' m m ed. By the caving in of an excursion-boa- t wharf at Mandevillc, La., situated on tho north shore of Lake 30 miles from New Orleans, six lives aro known to have been lost, and it is feared that others have perished. No. 9, the south-boun- d Bowling Green accommodation, and No. 12, a northbound freight, figured in a head-encollision near Lebanon Junction Sunday night. The collision was due to a failure of tho Lebonon Junction operator to deliver orders to Mo y beven or eight persons were injured, five serious Pont-chartrad of death for the murder of the sheriff of Leon county, Fla., was taken from tho county jail at Tallahassee and lynch- Skirt left in our house. Also quite a number of odds and ends nml remnants that go nt cost and less than cost. strictly a cost proposition. your opportunity. If you want to save money this HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., ."OR SALE American Field Fence. Strongest and Best. ee vocate. J. F HILL, Car-!cnte- r. ..u A Car lust Received; The Price is Lower. p r, W, E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. the Of Stanford. Kentucky. Lincoln County national Bank $50,000.00 CONCRETING nrst-cliis- Capital, Surplus, Resources, 38,000.00 340,000.00 c, PHILLIPS BROS., R two-stor- y ... al Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of well-know- n At Me Kinney, Ky., I' COUNTRY - PRODUCE do-sis- in Lancaster Stanford, Hustonville and Brodhead. .! H. B. NORTHCUTT, Stanford. 'jrfm'lMI-- r'Vwn' f vr- f " trw rV v H A. D. Fort sold to Lurlnda Raines, acres of land, near Bourne, this Mnttrtdinthe Po$UOJfiet at Stanford at county, for $l,C00.Lancasttr Record. W. H. Traylor sold to J. II. BaURh-ma- n mond'dau matter. & Co. 1,000 bushels of wheat at $1.50. The wheat cost Mr. Traylor 00c. The Mt. Sterling Advocate says a No.!l,Houth,U:ttr. well posted farmer estimates that there No.SI,MOUtll,ll:B A No.5l, North, 4:40 A. will be 4,000 acres of tobacco planted in No. , North, &:n P. No.B, 10:17 A.M. , Montgomery county. No.4,J:t0r. m. Ono Kentucky farmer nt least reaped JOS. S. RICE, Agont. a harvest from Patten's wheat corner. A Montgomery county man sold a car load at $1.63 per bushel. I FOR At Winchestcster tho Burlcy Tobacco M.hor.e power Iwllor nml engine unit snw Society sued J. M. UlgstaiT, n former or both. Mill lor nle. Will ell 0 member of the district board, for Ky. CllAH. K.Nml.t.v.Ottenliclm, 122 The Interior Journal. FARMER'S DEPARTMEWT. L. XN. TIMETHBLE Ponito'Saiti of 35 Magnificent KiB VtPTK f'.aaLH SALE $o0,-00- ro4tolIlce, Waynesburit, Ky. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. I'deilre to sell prlvnti'ly my stock of Hnnlware. Doing n goo.1 Will Invoice about $!,'). Heiuoii lllhcsUh. OKO. 1). IIOPl'KIl, rltnnfonl, Ky. tmsl-nrss. damages, claiming ho sold tobacco pooled with the society. The highest price ever paid for a mule colt in 114th county, was that given by William Thomas to T. S. Robertson, the prico being $155, the colt to be delivered at weaning time. The purchaser is to assume all nine-day-o- 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, risks. Ml-dret- h, the Htnnforil pike. Improvements nnd fencing good: plenty of water and fruit. Eat Vegetables and be Sober. Also li5 acre of tlmln'red land one mile, Enstof McKliiney:haU under fence; plenty "Somo articles of diet are especially of water and good tobacco land. Hee antagonistic to the use of alcohol," J.A.UIVKNH.Agent, Mc Kinney, Ky. says a authority on the sub "Among them are macaroni, ject. CUT FLOWERS, FORJSALE! haricot beans, green and dried peas, I can furnish the public with the best, ns lentils, onions, celery, rice and whole wella. the freshest of cut (lowers, plants of meal bread. all kinds, bulbs potted flowers, on short "People who eat freely of these veg notice Also make n specialty of wreaths lor for funeral purposes. In connection with the nliove, I have nil etables lose the craving for drink, to a kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable greater or lesser extent. Vegetable prlcesfood, generally, seems to take tho place CHIUHTMAN UIIKKN HOUHKH, Kit lit llllAUO, l'KOK. Htanford, Ky. of what the system gets in intoxicating liquors, and nations which consume little meat are conspicuously sober. )wti "Even in this country vegetarians YOUR socn lose the desire for alcohol. Hut 53tf HIDESdFURS to fight the habit effectively the diet Feathers. Tallow. Beesusx. Giaseno. should include abundanco of the articles Golden Seal, (Yellow Root), etc. We just mentioned." Sweets are also rec are Dealers, and can do belter for van ommended. man ageou or grow-ngtcrowell-know- n - -" wife and mother from our midst. Our aetucint. aii urugg3 jle. E. W. Rose Med. Co., SL Louis, Ma hearts are bleeding, yet we rcalizo that Penny's DrupJStore. our loss is her eternal gain. .May Ho Who doeth all things for the best, comWhen fort us in our sorrow. Let us rememilare your measure taken by a tailor of ex- ber these blessed words: "In my Fathperience. Then your clothes, w hethern low er's house are many mansions; if it price buslneis suit or the (lnest evening (lottei. will have that Individuality and tit were not so I would have told you." which plainly Indicate they were made to May each of U3 live so we can claim a your measure. I will also take your measure for extra trousers, fancy ests, top mansion bright and meet our dear one souls and overcoats. Spring and Hummer samples on band rendy for our Inspection. where death and sorrow never come. U.O. HUI'LEY. The Tailor. We mourn that a place remains (Stanford. Ky. Which never can be Tilled, Itching Skin Diseases We mourn that a voice we loved Arc readily cured by Zemo. A liquid Is forever stilled. for external use. Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form But blessed hope in Jesus given jf Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All Shed thy beams upon our way. Druggists.- Write for sample. E. W, Light us to the peaceful haven In the land of perfect day. lote Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. G. L PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Where our loved one is waiting In the realms of heavenly bliss, I Oh, could we wish for anything FARM FOR That is brighter, sweeter than this? The farm of lOncres, of good blue grnss Husband and Children. tend, Inii one mile North of McKInney.on King James, owned hy S. C. winner of the Metropolitan Handicap, added to his laurels by winning Surgeon Dontlst, the Brooklyn Handicap, one mile and a quarter, in the good timo of . KENTUCKY. K. Kcene's Celt was favorite for Jas. STANFORD, tho Office over McRoberU Drug Store in race, but the best ho could do was to finish third, being beaten for second the Owsley Building. place by Restigouche, also owned by Mr. Hildrcth. Eczema is Curable scientific preparation fot ZEMO, external use. Stopt itching instantly la Loving Memory of Mrs. Mattie and destroys the germs that cause skin B. Borton. i? ...ma milrklv vlelda and is otrmanently cured by this remarkable God in His wisdom has called a dear A. S. PRICE, on Saturday. June 1209. Promptly at 1 Our line of Men', Hoy' nnd Children's Clothing is more complcto than ever More. Come to see lliein liefore buying clsow here. ..:... """ o'clock. SAM KOBINSON, STANFORD. KY. Ordering Clothes WEST DANVILLE is located in the very heart of the ciowing! resi dential district of the city; new houses nre being erected nnd the demand for dwellings in this particular section is far iVjond tho supply. If all the lots to be ollered had a house on them, all could be rentel to desirable in 1cm than 24 hours. West Danville is barely outride of the city limits, where nil the advantages of the town may be enjoyed, yet without tuc payment of city taxes. ten-an- te THIS SPLENDID fronts upon one of the most magnificent country estates in Kentucky, nnd is without doubt the real growing section of Danville, within easy reach of water, electric HgliL, sewage and gas. n $100 in Gold will be given - SALE away absolutely FREE on the day of Sale. I liavo jut receive! near of OLD HICKORY WAOO.N'S, the licit Several of the lots to be offered front ou the Perry ville pikcand are the wagon on the market for the money. See them More buying, ns there has cream of the whole All lots except tlio-- e fronting on the lieen a great improvement in their construction. Perryville piko are 50x200 feet, and thoso on the pike are C0x2MJ. 1 II jl The Boylo County Commercial and Development Society Mrougly in West Danville ami is iloing all in the opening of the its power to secure homes for the new comers. n B. T. PENCE, STANFORD. KY. The certainty of the permanancy of the railroad division in Danville which is testified to by the fact that a $15,000 ollice building is to be erected and tho order directing the removal of the general oflices to Danville. West Danville offers greater opportunities than an othcj section of the town. MILLINERY. The Charles Wheeler Emporium, Hustonville, Ky., Invites you to the largest MILLINERY LECTION we have ever shown. SE-- Styles up to the minute. Prices beyond competition. Wo also stale that our Spring Lino is now complete. To save money, come and see mid bo convinced. Our Spring Line of Shoes for Iidict, Missot and Children nnd our line of Gent's Shoes will certainly ploae. Hunan and Walkover lines arc hummers and are strictly reliable. Yours for mi honest ilea), ClI.Mil.KS Wlll.l.lXlt. - W00L1 commission merchants. Reference, any Bank in Louisville. Write lor weekly price tut and ship. picgtigs. Welurauhuool bags free. M. SABEL & SONS, 1 229 E. Market SL LOUISVILLE, KY. J,L.Beazley&Co., IsHSPSFisiBiiHiiHiQiBi Each holder of a ticket w ill be registered, and tho holder of the lucky number mu&t Imj preeent in person when the ilrawing takes place S"0. will be given to first, $25. to second, 815. to thiril and 810. to fourth. A biaso band will be in attendance. Danville'd reputation as an educational center is too fur famed to rcmiire special notice here. It may lie mentioned that tho Kentucky frchool for the deaf, Central University of Kentucky, Caldwell College, Danville Hminesa College, numerous private schools and the best public behool in the State arc located here, as well us liand-om- e churches of all denominations;. Danville is tho terminal point of the Southern Railway, and the divisional point of the Queen it Crescent route. Hundreds of A Thrilling: Rescue. railroad people are moving into the city. West Danville is the one availHow Bert II. Lean, ofCheny, Wash., able reideuco section for these people. When these lots ore sold nil availwas saved from a frightful death Is u able- building sites in this section will have been practically taken, so now is story to thrill- - tho world. "A hard the time to buy. To the speculation no better iuveitinciit can bo found. Terms liberal and mado known on ilay of sale. cold," ho writes, "brought on a lung trouble that baOted an ex pert doctor hero. Then I paid 310 to 315 u visit to a lung specialist in Spokane, who did not help mo. Then I went to California, but without benefit. At last I used Dr. King's Now Discovory, which completely cured mo and now I am as well as over.1' For Lung Trouble, Bronchitis, Coughs and Colds, Asthma, Croup and Whooping Cough Its supremo. 60o and 81 Trial bottle freo. Guaran teed by Penny's Drug Store. des-pera- to Dunn 6c Adams, KENTUCKY. JFirst Rational SRancj Stanford, Jty. Real Estate Agents, - Jas Surjuj ana"Un,4idti Profit. S9.OO0. paid in 'Di'vidanJs sinoo Organization, S2II, 500, Snvita 9cw Accounts on Our VJJirii ' " OFFICERS. DIRECTORS. 11. Ilaughmin, M D. IClmore, J, M. Pettus, K Cummins, II. C. Daughman, S. T. Harris. no. C. Robinson, . S. I locker. W. 1). O'Uannon C. V.. Tale Organiitit, SSZ Capital Stock, SS O.OOO, Undeitasers and Embalm en. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattiugs.Rugp.jThey will exohange Furniture ior all Kinds of Stock. Give Thtm-aCall- . Prices Right. I expect to pass through this life but once. If, therefore, there be any kind ness Yean 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, DANVILLE, Stephen Grillet. To avoid serious results takoFoley'a Remedy at tho llrst sign of kidney or bladder disorder such as buckachu, urinary Irregularities, exhaustion, and you will soon be well, New Stanford Drug Co. Boy "De boss' grand-mudddied last night." Second Ofiico Boy "Gee! I wonder if he's goin' to do ball game." Office s You Will Make No Mistake in Buying ). S. Mocker, President., S. T. Harris, John . McHobcrts, Cashier, II, C. Uaughman. Attt. Cash'r W.W.Saundorj.Hopkkeeper, t. 1. Iieid, ( STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Kidney The J. C, McCIary, vr $ First er 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. ysv' eCMrfeaua.ltr. Undertaker." Embalmer and ealer InlHarness, Saddlery, STANFORD. - KY. UoaW.FBOBO (, Preventlcs - those Can Jy Cold Curo Tablets- - will safely an' quickly check all colds and tho Grip. Try them once old by I'cnnys Drug and bee! Store. 'Clerk at Marriage License Bureau What's the lady's first name 7 Prospective Bridegroom-Heave- ns, man, I never thought to ask her 1 Dr. Samuel Whitney Trueadale, aged of the beet known ministers in the Wisconsin Methodbt Episcopal conference, died in Chicago. 56, one MR, FARMER: Mako your home ns modern for your fuiiilly as a city tesideiice, and place yourself in ii position to get tho latest market quotations at any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone hcrvice, which you and your neigldiors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received. Call or address our nearest ofiico or writo direct to headquarters, Niuhville, Tenii., for information regarding our special "Farmers' Line" rate. If you are not at present cujoying telephone service, wo can immediately interest you. Our lines cover tho States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and tho Southern portion of Indiana and EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. Illinois. (INCOKHllllATKH) RURAL TELEPHONES. Stock Of Furniture For Sale ! " W. H. HIGG1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. T. The stock of Furuituro in Lancaster, Ky,, owned by tho lato J. C. Robinson, is ollered for sale privately. It is tho only store of the kind iu Lancaster aud u splendid stand to mako monoy. For particulars apply to J. 11. Collier,Laucaster,Ky.,or J. ROBINSON IEx'r., Hustonville, Kentucky.