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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a Y I f A fo r t tdS13 rtS4 H Irth d C THE INrERIO n I JOURNAL 0- f a sr rpfir NJTOL XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 15 1909 i1HO 31 Here and There i Joseph Robert aged 87 la dead at Owenton Toronto Jimmy the safe blower g broke jail at WHIIamstown i Two Negroes were lynched by a mob at Smoaks S C for the murder of a young white man hotrj t county jail at Boonevllle Mrs Sarah Jacobs died at Covington tevYof strangulation due to a piece of meat becoming lodged in her throat liV During a fire which destroyed the 1Itueeli Hotel at Wickliffe A T He r t a lumber dealer met his death by 1 BufTeeatfen a One policeman was killed and two j other men seriously wounded In a flght In Chicago growing out of a labor un- Ion election Campbell Johnson was shot in the ab donen by a girl also colored during r the rehearsal of a Wild West show at Frankfort x The Shakhsevan tribesmen are said to have slaughtered 5000 people In the Ardadil district In Azerbiajan a Per1 tan province rJohn and Yemen Clem mona 21 and years of age respectively were drowsed while bathing at Clay City Powell county Jim Neal a Negro boy war killed by a freight train at Eminence and hi companion Howard Green had an arm and a leg cut off Noah Drake was accidentally killedI at Vine Grove He attempted to alight from a pMsenger train and fell strik ing his head against a stone Sovereign Camp Woodmen of the World In session at Detroit appropriated 750000 to bo used fee a erection of a headquarters building aTOma ha Neb Otis Williams a 12 year otd boy was killed while working In a t s hlsj1foreheadact on fireIIAt Claremore Okla M Eo Moseley- a ll policeman killed his wife In the pres enco of their threo children and was Ii himself killed by tho sheriff while re slstlng arreltcMrs James A Leach of Louisville was elected and Mrs Ira Bar jKentuckyat Owcnsboro Andrew Carnegie hn founded 1600 donationsEhis own statement in the current issue of Collier Weekly Two men were killed two others are and two were badly injured in Imlfltlli of an extra freight train and a log working train on the Chicago Milwaukee SU Paul railroad near Shan niwr Mich An Increase of 11661 tons of pig iron Wa wanafacturcd in Alabama In May this year as compared with the output during the same month last year The production during May 19091s given au thorltatively at 113KM tons Melt Webb president of tho Ken tucky State League of Postmasters has called a meeting of the postmasters t of Central and Eastern Kentucky to beheld at Lexington on June 22 for tho purpose of organizing a district league and discussing postal affairs Capt JohnIaRaymond Second United States Cavalry was shot and seriously wounded and First Sergt J H Washburn and Corporal Elijah Such were wounded by Corporal Lisle Crab tree who afterward fatally wounded himself at Fort Dee Moines following a er reprimand r Kentucky Fair Dates Stanford July 213 days July 275 days as t fWlnchterDanville Aug 43 daysSBksgraH Fair 06daysTaytorsvllle Aug 104 days IJarrqdsburg Aug 123 days Lawrenceburg Aug 17t days UarbourvMIe Aug 183 days f BrodheadiAug 183 days Shelbyvllle Aug 245 days BUzabethtown Aug 243 days Springfield Aug35t4 days London Aug 254 days Frankfort Aug 314 daysblf tI Nicholasvllle Aug 314 days Bardstown Sept 14 days MontlceHo Sept 74 daystcKentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 130 days Could Not Be setter No one has ever made a salve olnt ment lotion or balm to compare with nucklena Arnica Salve Its the one 000 perfect healer of Cute Corns jug c i Ilrulses Sores Scalds Dolts Ulcers Eeiewa akRbellm = For Sore Eyes Cold Soreaf ChppedHanda Its sus OnlyIsad trie j I I MATRIMONIAL V a Miss Pauline Dell Goddard and T6t Curry Dedman were married at liar roeeburg last week James R Ford and Miss Ama da Dates popular young people of Son er sot were married Thursday I Alvin Padgett aged 20 and a Its atleyto the marriage of Miss Frances Miller i Preston to Harry Worsham latch at Ashland Juno 23rd Miss Preston has frequently visited the MlssesWooda hero Hearing on the allegation that the divorce of Grace B Guggenheim and William B Guggenheim In Chicago eight years ago was secured by fraud will be before Judge Honors on October 4 On Thursday morning Miss Fannie Austin and Mr S D Turner drove to marriagebyaccompanied by Miss Annie Turner andI Mr Mike Burnslde An elegant dinner wise served to the bridal party at the Gllcher Hotel Lancaster Record This office Is in receipt of an an nouncement of the marriage of Miss Mae St Claire Martin of Parse to M Russell Sawyer Dyche of London The wedding occurred in Louisville Fridays The bride who is a beautiful brunette and a young woman of many accom plishments is a daughter of the late A groomItine and is a fine young man The INTERIOR JOURNAL joins with this cou pies many friends In wishing them long useful lives filled with all the good things that can como their way Men Past Fifty In Danger Men past middle life have found comfort and relief In faloya Kidney Remedy L E Morris Dexter Ky i In Up to a year afco my father U from kidney and bladder and several physician pro nouncod Ucnlargemcntof the prostate Iatid and advised an operation On account of his ago we were afraid bo of not stand It and I recommended Foloys Kidney Remedy and tho first I bottle relieved him and after taking second bottle ho was no longer troubled with this complaint Now Stanford Drug Co Using as a weapon motal spoon sharpened toa keen edge Rcfugio Juarcquea sentenced to bang fo criminal assault at FJorcsville Texas fought desperately on the platform o a ttIhilIamattempted to adjust the black cap jestruckconsidered necessarily lerlousCI Trouble Makers OustedIIWhen a sufferer from stomach trouble takes Dr Kings New Lifo Pills haa mighty glad to sea his Dyspepsia and Indigestion fly but mono hae tickled over his new fine a strong nerves healthy vigor all u cause stomach liver and kidneys DrugStore D Tho Kanawha coal iwas formally brought to a close when tho Paint Pi- Creek Collieries Co and the Standard- Splint Gu and Coal Co agreed to go back to the not ton thus removing the friction caused by these operators having a separate agreement from tho oth Kanawha operators GEeryonoIng FoleY1I Orion Laxative for con stipation stomach and liver trouble It sweetens the stomach and breath i stimulates tho liver and regu tht bowels and is much superior Urn pills and ordinary laxatives New th- tanford Drug Co Wirclesa telexphy played a prom I nent part In the saving of the crew etlA9Iengerawhich is a total wreck two miles south west o tbPrlnzwhen the nUCQ D was picked uptoCaleb Powers and Charles Finley will candidates for Congress in tire 11th It will glvo the republican voters of that district an astomartyr Carlisle Mercuryh0 Three small manufacturiug thandMills containing a quantity of baled elate ner Atelamashot I fee JIEstatebaltleships Utah Delaware North Dakota with autewstte elec elavatorafar thenee of oftIen1 yt 00 I NEWS NOTES i A Lewis county farmer had a ewe to drop fivo f mbs I H Gluerp and his three children were killed by a tornado near Lueders Tex aj Mrs Russell Sago has given 25000 000 to various good causes in tho psst yearsI Drtdwell fell from a cher home near Taylorovi lie and was seriously hurter An arbitration treaty between Brazil and Cuba was signed at Washington by Ambassador Nabuco and Minister V et ez The Supreme Court of Alabama rut that indictments are not necessary tho trial of violations of the prohibition taws A special grand jury of Breath county has begun the investigation of tho shooting of former Sheriff Ed Cal lahan David Cosby aged 60 years one of the beet known farmers of Madison county died following a stroke of pa ralysls Lewis Williams a telephone employe at Winchester was drowned in Stoner creek while trying to ford the steam In a buggy- r Dr Herman Feist of Nashville who was given a death sentence for killing Mrs Rosa Mangrum secured new trial and was acquitted Nine Moslems and six nonMoslems were hanged at Adna after having been found guilty of complicity in tho recent massacres of Christians l Margaret Hush who was given a year for housebreaking in the Perry circuit court was taken to tho Frank fort penitentiary last week T K Wilson cashier of tho National tank of St Petersburg Fla was in dieted on a charge of nuking false en tries in the books of the bank George Davenport has brought suit the Mason circuit court against W Dale for 1500 damages Daven port was cut by Dale mistaking him for another person it is alleged Judge Walter Evansof the United States Court authorized tho issuance as 337000 in receivers bonds for tho completion of the Shclbyvlllo branch o f tho Louisville and Eastern railroad Michael Soboleskl a tailor who wa charged with the murder of Ludwig jnatdegree with a recommendation of bio mercy announceras man Railwafmanager o Queen and Crescent at Birming Ala thBmoro a narrow escape or severe injury when a Wheel and Lako Erie passenger train relghtIrainJudgoSpecr In tho United States clr thesAugusta and Northern Railroad on Aug 3 to satisfy claim of 280500 by W J Oliver for Stateeborb toSn Leo was unveiled with impressive ceremonies at tho National Military at Vicksburg Miss Friday lIon Henry Watteraon presided and delivered an address on The Reunited Sections I Gen Clement A Evans CommanderlnChlcf of the United Confederate Veterans presented the stat to the Federal government andoen Frederick D Grant formally re it on behalf of the government Women WhoreEnvied is Those attractive women who arem lovely in taco form and temper envy of many who might bo like em A weak sickly woman will bo Los nervous and Irritable Constipation pimplesI psBIttersStomach Liver and Kidneys purify blood glvo strong nerves bright eyes pure breath smooth velvety and in lovely complexion Many charm g women owetheir health and beauty to them boa atPounys Drugstore as Michael Stumpff who was a rich bachelor of Charleston Ind is dead a result ota bullet hole through head A woman who was in heIuse with him at the time is in jail In son JefTersonville having been arrested onJa e charge of intoxication The Coro and other Clark county Ind offl vi are of the opinion that Stumpff himself IThe cleverest Imitation of real Cot ever yet made Is Dr Whoops Coffee It is fine In fiayor and d is made In just oae mlBiite No tedious 20 or 30 minute boiling Made melIMo IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES B Lawson of Mercer bought 200 lambs at 7c Mrs Merritt Downey died at Burgln after a protracted Illness Mrs Leticia Baker has been appoint ed postmaster at Ferndale Bell county G W Walker for over 20 years clerk of the Anderson circuit court is dead George Miller charged with killing John Chadwick In Laurel connty was acquitted Fortyseven graduates received di plomas at the annual commencement of Bcrea College daughInDanville died last week employillon which he was dozing and broke leg Hiram Richardson marshal of Berea was placed in jail at Richmond for flourishing his pistol during commencement exercises at his home town The Harrodsburg Historical Socle Is making extensive preparations f the celebration of the 133rd Independ ence anniversary on July 2 at the fairground Gov Willson Judge James H Mulligan and other speakers will be on the program The flno residence of Mrs Rachel Sparks in the suburbs of London was destroyed by fire The fire was first discovered on tho roof near the flue over the kitchen in which a fire was burn ng She had 3000 insurance on the dwelling and furniture T V Ferrel sustained a badly sprain ed ankle 1n Cincinnati last Monday stepsIham and Miss Annie Shelton both o this city were married at the Baptist- church by Rev 0 M Huey Somerset Journal Tho new Missouri anticigaretto law prohibits the smoking of cigarettes in public places by persons between tho ages of 10 and 18 This is good as fur it goes but an amendment to cover private as well as public places and running the BRO limit up to 100 years would have been a decided improve Journals Clay Smith aged 25 is under arrest thetaged 1C whom Smith is alleged to have betrayed was also arrested charged with being implicated in the killing The girl Is a daughter of the SmithstAn explosion in the engineroom of steamboat Shearwater on the Del- I awaro River off Philadelphlalmperlled the lives of about 50 persons most of them young women They were taken from the disabled vessel by a Philadelphia fireboat The Shearwater sank A report that a Federal grand jury had begun an investigation into the methods by which the American Sugar Refining Co had acquired control of the Pennsylvania Sugar Refining Cowas denied by United States District At rney Wise at New York Prominent women of Lexington have petitioned Mayor Skaln to restore the saloon license of S P Caywood which was revoked for alleged violation of the Sunday law The petition states that Caywood conducted an orderly saloon Onehalf million dollars is a conservative estimate of the money actually left in Louisville by the Nobles of the Ancient Arabic Order of the Mystic Shrine within the last four days This exclusive of railroad fares 1 Lionel R Hare mining broker club an and former manager of the Kon garoch Alaska Mining Co Is in jail at Ahgeles Cal charged by eight New York Investors with defrauding them out of 50000 President Taft with C Allen Lard as detested Walton Travis ln- ternatloaalchamplon i and Vice Presl dent Sherman in a game of golf on the Chevy Chase links by a score of G up 5 to play From 75o 100 dead and 100 persons injured is the estimated total casualties the result of tho earthquake which IiInGov Willeon pardoned Joseph David sentenced for life for the killing of Shepherd in Letcher county The governor acted on the belief that Da dson was wrongfully convictedat whIroveaticsthoseTabletswUhafely an3 quickly check al1jotdp and the Grip Try them once sea 425cold by Pennys Drug meld Store a T r Eleven person are dead and several or lees seriously injured aaa re tofthe storm ia Central Texas j J J r Asa OXFORDSa 1J Httfllllifl j j jfIrT T tfv T Jj a Blood and Black 1 1 IN ALL THE STYLES FOR 1909 for f l111 l IllrtMen womentIa Children Ii Cummins Wearert 11 STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 i H Now is The Time for Lawn Mowers Hay Rakes Hay Forks Mow ting Blades I r Ice Cream Freezers Fruit Jars Garfden Hose Sprinklers Binder Twine Harvesting Oil c Call on W H HIOCINS KentuckyL US r e 1 tt r Arnolds j i BuggicsMTh- ere 1 f hides is nothing better We paints Old VFW 1 IGetM ARNOLD DANVILLE KY rMHand pjaco yourself in n position to hot the latest market quotations auy time can be accomplished by moons of our telephone service I comparedwitktbobcnefitsreceivel1Clll rj j headquarters Nashville Teun for information regarding our special her Liunte If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we Kentucky1eaneeeeeIllinois EAT TENNESSEE TEL Jr TEL CO taCOBPOKATED 3- L f b The Interior Journal E c WALTON NO EXCUSE FOR PRKSENTCOND TIONS AUDITOR JAMES is a good man but ha can not refrain from juggling fig tires to make a point against the late democratic administration in order to bolster up the present Incompetent management of the States affairs Mr James claims that the present condition of its finances is due in part to large appropriations by the Legislator which did not provide for their payments but the appropriations were to larger than usual when a democratic I administration paid them and kept the States credit gilt edged There is lit tie excuse for the present condition The republicans have the benefit of a most exacting revenue law the same tax rate as formerly with large in crease in assessments Besides the use less expenditure of 160000 for sol tliersto put down the night riders there have been other leaks in the treasury not known under democratic rules We should like to hear Auditor James explain the quite remarkable fact that In the only two republican ad- ministrationst that have discredited the State the I treasuay has suspended payment andita warrants gone below par Itwas so during Gov Bradleys regime Itis so under Gov Willsons Perhaps after a while the people maybe convinced that the republicans cannot be trusted with the States man agement and vote so unanimously here after to keep them out of power that none of them will dare offer for State office again TilE lawmakes the members of the fiscal court personally liable to fines of 50 each for failure to publish the coun tys financial condition annually The Franklin county fiscal court was indict ed for failing to publish the report and after a hard fought legal battle escaped on a flimsy technicality and a promise to obey the law hereafter The fiscal curt of Mercer doesnt propose to suf far prosecution and fine so it publishes the countys financial statement in the current issue of the Herald which shows it to be in good shape When courts flagrantly disregard the law a suspicion is created at once that there h something rotten not only in Den mark butjn the management of the countys affairs Fiscal courts which are perfectly confident that everything h right will not permit themselves to ristunder suspicion by not publishing tie statements diedRUSSELL SAGE who leaving many millions of dollars made and maintained a reputation for penurious nags that was equalled only by his as cunulations They profited him little however as the only enjoyment he got out ot his money was that of posses BUR Since his death his wife has been trying to make up for his closeness by bring as liberal as he was tightfisted la the three years since he went hence Mrs Sage has given to various Institutions and charities more than 25000 t 000 nearly always in the name of her liuiband who gets nojcreditforit here and does not serve to amelioarto his con dition now and hereafter OUR readers not it but there is a manufactory of automobiles at Lexington which turns out five very fine machines aweekfor which there is great demand Every thing except the iron frames and wheels are made in the factory which now employes C4 men An increase in the capita stock of the concern was ordered last week which will enable itlto build a machine a day The Lexington is the name given the car which is a great adver tisement for the captalof the Blue- Grass r Mss ANNIS widow of the man Capt Halos killed for which he is serving a long term in a New York penitentiary says she will marry as soon as her the atrical engagements end adding that she can never be happy again in this world althoughjahe knows her prospect- Ive husband will doall in his power to make her happy Mrs Annis is just talking through her merry widow It doesnt take theaverage woman long to be off with the old love when she gets a chance at a new THE Burley Tobacco Society has fix ed President Clarence LeBus salary at 139000 for three years Mr LeBus is said to be a fine business m nand to have accomplished ajgood deal for the tbacco producers but to a rank out- siderl this seemsto be a pretty good bunch of moneylfor them to put up for it IT is made unlawful by an act of the Washington Legislature to smoke a cigarette within the Alaskan Yukon Exposition It would be a good thing I for the little fellows who puff them here if Stanford was embraced in the confines of that exposition WILLIAM J BRYAN is in the race for United States Senator from Nebraska b This statement was made by Richard L Metcalfe editor of the Commoner ncejbegin1 11 n A LONDON special says CongreeeI man D C Edwards denies that tends to move to Richmond stating that he would stay at London until he was defeated for the nomination for reelection butlri that event that heI might move to the Eighth district and tackle Harvey Helm Mr Edwards will find it far easier to defeat men of Caleb Powers ilk than he would gentlemen of Hon Harvey Helms political and social standing However for the fun of the thing he might come down I and try a bout with the Tall Syca more of the St AtlaphIAN Indiana char to focus attention to himself by stating that the reason girls are so fond t dancing is that they want to get themselves jigged This Is the veriest poppy cock Indiana girls may seek such opportun i ty to be hugged Tho ones wo know- d I not have to resort to such efforts They can get all the hugging they want without half trying CURTIS JETT signs his letter urging the enforcement of tho law against as I sassins in Breathitt county Yours In Jesus Tho penitentiary has had ap parently quite a soothing effect on this talented young assassin but it is possibly a case of when the devil is sick a monk hod be when the devil is well the devil of a monk is heIIT may be Weather Bureau rope that the weather has been so bad- At any rate if he docajnot return soon and stuff the old hat in the hole the rain comes through we may be washed away IT was 132 years yesterday since the adoption of the Federal flag It had l only 13 stars to represent the States then Now it takesI16 to represent the number of States in this glorious Un ionTHE Louisville papers say that the Shriners left over half a million dollars in that city It often costs a good deal for men to make monkeys of them selves TUB motherinlaw joke is said to b of very great antiquity but those who have em say the motherinlaw herself is no joke by a jugful POLITICAL Rev Dr Edward Everett Hale chaplain of the United States Senate died at his home in Roxbury Mass Senator Bradley is hopeful of getting- an amendment agreed to in committee on the tobacco tax that would give some relief to growers Twentytwo I men and one woman representing the Socialist party of Ken ton county met in convention at Cov ington and nominated a full ticket for county offices L T Neat of Columbia Adair county was declared the republican nomi nee for theState Senate from the 16th S natoriaidistrict over Lilburn Phelpe of Jamestown following tho executive session of the Republican State Cen tral Committee at the Gait House Lou isvilleThe Garrard County Republican Com mittee has made the following nomina tions Fur county judge WOwaaf- or county attorney Ben D Herndon assessor J II McQuery representative John F Marsee jailer Nathaniel Noe superintendent Mrs Belle Burn side coroner Frank Bourne The proposed 14foot deep waterway project from St Louis to the gulf re ceived a blow when the board of engin eers reported to Congress that such a waterway is not desirable The water way would cost 128000000 for con struction and 6000000 annually for maintenance the engineers say Income tax shared with the wool schedule the attention of the Senate and after discussion of an hour or more Its further consideration was postponed until Juno 18 This action was the result of a motion made by Senator Al drioh which followed a charge by Senator Bailey that undue influence was be- Ing brought to bear against the proposed income tax amendment to the tari billDenouncing as inexcusable and indefensible any proposition by the Finance Committee to increase the low rates fixed by the House bill for the protection of the print paper industry Senator Brown of Nebraska declared tha that industry needs no protection These paper mills he insisted have an advantage over foreign mills whether they are in Scandinavia Germany o Canada Dont drug the Stomach or stimu late the Heart or Kidneys That lvrodgl It is the weak nerves that are tying out for help Vitalize these weak Inside controlling nerves with- Dr s oops Restorative and see how quickly good health will come to you gain Test it and seel Sold by Pen nys Drugstore Judge S W Hager has resigned from the presidency ot the Fidelity Guarantee Company an institution which ho himself organized in Louisville last January Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped In 20 minutes duro with- Dr Shopps Pink Pain Tablets See- full formula on 25c Box Sold by Pen nys Drug Store 1 0- c f FOR SALE Large and small wheat corn and tobacco forms level rich and free from tone Large residence i ml barns Rood railroad connection Can offer a bargain nt 16 to 10 an Long time payments ULAKLKY Dowling Green Ky GEORGE HUR Draft Stallion at 10 to Insure a Liv ing Colt- I Also a good Mule Jack at the same price and on same conditions M S BAUGHMAN Stanford Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENG NEERING I am prepared todo all kinds of iurreyln and civil engineering promptly My work will bo guaranteed and my prices are rea sonable Write me nt McKlnner or call me over the telephone through the llustonvllla Exchange WAIVTKII MOKINNKY ARM FOR SALE 188 acres of whichabout 135 are din grate excellently improved abundantly supplied with unfailing water 11 miles from Lexington courtHouse Main pike Immediate posseesiouon SECURITY TRUST COMPANY Lexington Ky FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A floe blue grins farm for mil situated on new pike near Point Leavel nnd six miles Inncaster tq acres beingIpnrtoftheJohn doutbuildingsandgoad through Tciixa H cash In hand balance one and two years from day of sale bearing six per cent Interest until paid Persons looking for place please write or see O LKKitHlanfonl The Remedy that Alwajs Cores ZEltO It rtcopilz 4 s tbt UM IMMII sad its world toJif iZE 9w- T Ininnllf relitti snj petltlrtlr snd perm Bcmlr corn Ectcms and til lithlnj sUe lteuca Cell bolle04AII D ulMi Wilts lot simple LWRweMcdktaeCSILuls At McKinney Ky You can find our Htandant Remedy the greatest blood andlivermedlclneyet known case Rheumatism Halt Itheum Kid noy Trouble and all discuses arising from Impure blood It has no equal It Is manu factured under the food act of June lliO and guaranteed by the manufacturer ii is taken according to directions and If he or she Is not beneltted by the use of the Itetnedy we will refund sour money We can do nothing more package contains 201 doses with a registered guaran teeand moiling card with full Inst1 uctlons We send it to any address by mall on re of II per package or six packages for JI Iletterordera box today In time might save a big doctors bil- lItememberIfoutake the accord ing to Instructions nnd are not benefited find get remedy In drugstores far sale not It Is sold only b our duly agents IlbUUKN WILLIAMH Agent The perfection of real estate all that is beautiful aud desirable in country life in cluding locality soil end Improvements is embodied in a farm of 435 acres adjoining the thriving town of and near the famous Camp Dich Robin son farms which sell at over loo per acre There are three tracts with dwellings and Improvements on each suitable for three families desiring to I cate on adjoining farms or if bought one party two houses could be occu pied by tobacco tenants The best equip ped barn in the county is on the premises having water supplied by a windmill The floors ate ouilt as rest dence flooring the stalls are large and well constructed machinery for cutting feed being run by an engine Stock scales and a large tobacco bar ffare among other improvements The land lies well and is of a high grade well fenced well watered a portion of it being matted with blue grass in gentlyundulat ing pastures Most of the land has bee kept In grass and will easily raise pounds of hemp l8oo pounds of tobac and 60 to 75 bushels of corn Such soil is plains why capital Is seeking real estate it being not only the best but the safest investment This together with the farm products proves that good real estate will continue to advance in price Besides the intrinsic value of aT home the locality and surroundings render it portant factors in determining the value of a farm because they contribute to mans substantial happiness which is the mainspring ofhuman 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 lies on a splendid turnpike for a distance of about one mile the community consists of the highest grade of citizenship the people being moral cultured and exceedingly hospitable Tho residences are in sight Harry Jacobs Dealer in lad Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monument Marker and hosts Cemetery and Lawn Vnictand Settees Ottlce and works Jtc Kinney Ky RED LEAF Champion show stnlllon of Kentucky Temple 11111 Block Farm Hire of lien Uur winner of grand chant pionship New York Irfidy winner clan and the grey geld- Ing thttt won the saddle and harness classes at the Kentucky utato more Idgh h ghclnss stowhorses and tennis than any stallion in Kentucky Its to Ineuro n colt and n good one or IIJM cash Ht time of service H KGODDAUD Hnrrodsburtf Xy CONCRETINGWe crating such ns Block Work and In fact we can mako any thing from i house down to a fence post Wo can lane you promptly and Ruaranteo nrrtclnss work and and get our prices before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Insures Tebacct and Tobacco tarns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen C Jirhe Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 86 Omce tt Insure with mo and be fully protect- edSafeguard the Future The safest surest and most adequate safe guard for the future Is a policy in The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It Is conspicuous for economical manage inentllberalityof Its policy contracts ladr Healing with Its members large returns to policy holders The company Is Just entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR- of n successful business career with nor e policy holders tn Lincoln county than nil other companies combined Write for particulars staling age mine whether mar ried or single to R HpcclalARtalyvrs James I White solicitor for Hockcaitle Co King Eagle Jr PKmonrr Blml liyH T Harris King finale Vol II AH H It No 5Ri ho by Royal Klup KMtiot y On Time TlS be by Stonewall Jack on72KoTal Kings 1st dom Motile Mounts KNI was by the noted sire Cablwlls Lexington KHKIn Kngles lit dam lllpJUTVslu by Eagle Hint lull ho hy Old Klnu Klo dam bY Harris llenmartheLYMillerIen mark 454thitam by Jim IlellTuoroughnred King Kngle Jrs lit dam wu Mollle tJrtnllon abe by Old Irennou2nddatnOop r bottom andrmuTrucetonvythoekatl oldInnd tall stands full l64 hands high weight J3l Jlrtand well proportioned every way A combined slalllon with plenty of speed style nnd action and IsIs colts show that hw Is a splendid breeder He will make Ihesea son ot luiOntmy burn one mile West of- tynynesburgon FlddngCreekat JIO to Insure n living Mares traded parted with or bred elsewhere without my content forfeits tho In surnncennd the money becomesduent such transaction accidents hut not revonllbleahouldan1ocI cur Shane In residence Waynesburg Far mers Exchange OOCAM WKLt A HON It K D No 4 Wnynesburg Ky Three Ideal Farnjs In One profitt therebyr goodI of which has a thrivingbank uptodate merchants a good school and a church of large membership that town be ing about 9 miles from Lancaster the county seat of Garrard on the Lexington pike The enterprise of Ihe citizens in that section is further mani tested the fact that they are preparing to establish a Graded School at Bryants almostwcertain this property will advance from lo to 20 dollars on the acre as properly 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 This picture is not overdrawn and we invite those looking for a bargain in a some that the attractive features to let us withinna s of greater advantage for markets than Ihe same distance from a railroad for it gives cheaper rates and better facilities for pron can andcocan is down grade to the river aid a pike We positively believe that this land is worth loo per acre and yet it h offered at f90 per acre as a whole if sold at once however the entire farm is susceptible 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 quantity MORE OPPORTUNITIES Yes we have themfarmlandsIn different localities off the pike and on the pike improved and unimproved So acres loo acres 200 acresany number of acres you wantfrom 835 per acre to too per acre Wecan 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 owners price No excess contracts If you want to buy a farm write us or come to see us HUGHES SWINEBROADir LANCASTER KY nt tn tft I I f y ii a- rYVfl I At last the hot weather is here and it calls for Cool Garments TwoPiece Suits Light Weight Full Bloomer Trousers Negligee f Shirts Light Cool Underwear t Low Show Lowlarrow are ar ticles needed now and we can furnish them in many prices and patterns i H J McROBBlJTSJ STANFORD KENTUC1j m EerEtEfIerErEEif Prescription Pointers It is customary for every dro gUt to claim tolbe but in prescription work Good claim but we cant all be bat This store claims ability capability facility + and a complete stock of drugs 1 We have the seeds the quipmct the ex perience i Iii PENNYS DRUG STORE II Stanford Kentucky mBBB E Are You Going To Build 1IWhile we are hero to build the Lincoln county court house and should the building fevcretrike you why not haven little talk with us We are R J n a better position to build you a nice Brick Dwelling or A Neat Business House being able to buy nil materials cheaper and therefore are in position to puta a4 aa building up for a considerable lower price Nothing too large or too small and the distance will not stop us from figuring with you matters not 1 Woifree of charge FRITZ KRUEGER F H MILLER OUR LAWN mis a less expensive and better fence Urn wyod11ure ornamental durable aud a time eavcr as you need no stair hummer and nails to keep it in repairCull at our store see tho beautiful fabric cold gate and lot us show you the low prices on a good fence job f GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford A U J r r 5 Cents c fW s rrIB the price of abort lengths in DrownCottua 7c value I 5 Cents t f1 For Short lengths in apron Gingham tho 7o kind i 5 Cents For choice of 10 good i attorns in Hamburg roil iufcrtionVusually sold nt 8 ceate t ii j SON KY III The Interior Journal t r = J STANFORD KY JUNK 15 1000 r ICE JIEAM soda water at Penny s Drug Store PERSONALS t BORN to the wife of Wm Long a 15 pound boy Miss MAJOKIE OTTER Is with LoU vile friends MRS LAURA IIUNDLEY ipent several days In Louisville Miss SALUB T WOODS la visiting I MIUcrsburB relatives MRS S P STACO of Lexington It with Mrs T D Raney MISS AWl YANTIB of Lancaster Is I with Mba Bessie Yantls JUDOE JOSEPH E BERTRAM of Mon tlcello was here Friday I MR JAMES II YKAOEM of Kansas City It here with relatives I Miss ETHEL DUNN of Garrard Is 0 with the M Ma Baugnraan MRS W K WARNER and sons a with her parents in Garrard GROVER WILKINSON went to Middles boro Sunday wlth a view to locating MR J T JONES of London Is visit Ing his son Dr L F Jones at May woodSTANLEY MCINTOSH and T S Iley c notds of Wayneiburjr paid us a call yesterdaywCHARLES II HAYDEN of was here inlnglinc with old friends yesterday JUDGEJ C HEMPIIILL of Loulsvlll- passed e through to Lancaster Sunday to visit friends t Miss LINDA MILLER will return to night from Knoxvllle where she has been teaching MESSRS W T MILLER and J C and W T Coulter of Casey attended courtI heroycsterdkv MRS T D NGWL ND and Miss Jen t ale Nowland arc at OHnda Tenn with Mrs L C Kelly MRS CORA SIIAPPE of Mercer Isrho with her daughter Mrs A A Sharpe whole quite sick 1e MR T BUTLBR Q C sgentS SL McKinney was severely by lightning yesterday 1 LESTER OBANNON went to Oxford a MRNANNI OWENS and grandson Ilush Own of Raleigh N C are with Mrs L B Cook MR CICERO REYNOLDS and wife vis- Ited their daughter Mrs H C Lee Compte in Frankfort if MISSES ANNIE LEWIS AND CATHERINE GENTRY are visiting Mrs A R Nun nnlley at Peytons Well MR LIVENS TERRILL was over from Garrard Saturday to see his aunt Mrs Denny who continues ill MRS CURTIS COVER of Crab Orch ardpaseedthrough to Lebanon Junction Saturday to visit relatives Missss MARGARET AND PAULINE I HOCKER have returned from school at Transylvania University Lexington Miss ADDIE MCCALRY returned Fri day from Little Rock Ark where she taught In the State School for the DealCI Ma T J R BROWN who represents the National Life Accident Insurance A Co here Ifl threatened with appendici tis MR W M OWENS the hustjing mer chant of Burr Rockcastle county was on Sundays train returning from Louis ar rule It Miss LUCY LEE WALTON of Stan t ford Ky is a guest of her aunt Mrs Emma Lee Vaughan Ashland Va Herald MRS S Eo BROOKS and Miss Mollie Orchard left ordayBrooks MRS M E FISH of Crab Orchard has been the guest of her daughter Mrs W CPettiw Wilmore Cor Jes samfne Journal MR BBN HARDIN and wife of Monti cello and Mr Joe Hardln and wife of Chattanooga have been guests of Mrs the Bessie Hardln at the St Asaph tollMRS MAGGIR J MARTIN and daughter Miss Ltccle Martin have arrived f Qm Holly Springs Miss to spend the oummerwith her parents Mr and Mrs all Cyrus M Jones Miss MARY ROBERTS who will of resent Somerset in the Elocutionary Contest at Waltpns Opera House to morrow Wednetday night has arrived that and b the guest of libs Jennie PeWee J h D L TRIIIILE orders his I J cha ed from Jacksonville Fla to Lcxlng tonMiss GERTIE CUNDIFF of Liberty with Misses Bessie and Willie Will In son MBSSRS T B LYNB and C H Redd of Crab Orchard spent 10 days Olympian Springs and came back f ing much better Miss MARIE MAHONY will Tsetse Stanford in the elocutionary contest morrlsaw Aunt Mclissy on Boys LOCALS IIBBEY cut glass at Muellers I BINDER twine aWIl HIggins SEE our 1225 washing machines Geo IL Ferris S j SEE the only completeand uptodate range on the market at FarrIs PLACE your order for wire fence be fore the advance Geo H Farris enlargroand in mill TRY some of Wilkinson Singletons country killed beef pork and mutton FOR SALE Cow peas and Germ millet seed C C Carpenter Hustont vlllo BEDDING plants nowready and e are ready to put them out Ed Hub bard DONT forget the elocutionary enter talnment at Waltons Opera House Wednesday night LoSTA bran and green striped coat between Hebron and Walnut Flat Return to this office TAXES The tax books for 1909 are ready Como In and get your ran ceipt T J Hill sheriff IF you want an appropriate wedding present see the handpainted china in china closets at Tribble d PencosC TUB Danville officials arc making It hot for the whisky sellers Let the tanford officers follow their example p Two mule and a horse belonging Newton Lane the Danville pike farmer were killed by lightning one day I last week I THERE will be an ice cream supper at Rowland Saturday night June 10 for the benefit of the Sunday School that place Go and help a wort cause THAT clever mine bur Spears Fisher will have charge of Dripping Springs this year This will be ROod news to the patrons of that fine old summer resort PiAMONGpresented at Preacheralvillo Frilly night Juno 18 by Crab Orchard ladicst and gentlemen Dont fall to 09 8 this beautiful and Interesting play ated theLancaet gtersestimated at 800 witnessed ti game which was for the Ulcbt mond teamtIU MR D M V STEPIIENSON the con tractor and builder of this place has about completed a beautiful bungalow for Mr Robert Collier at Crab Orchard coat about 3000 and is a marvel of comfort and convenience gjingurKlnneyestablished The voting place be In the town of McKinney ties THE Odd Fellows Hall Association formed td finance the Odd Fellows new building now otter 115 shares of prehel farted stock at par This stock is 100 shares 6 cent interest guaranteed titlnontaxabledividend Interest and dividends payable semlannually A C Sine will you all about It men THE Ladles Aid Society of tho Cra Orchard Baptist church desires to thank of those who took part in the play Among the Breakers IIthe proceeds which went to the church Especial ldlsye Georgia Lewis part ty are not members of the Baptist church Miss Sallie DeBprd secretary- ng n In Addition to The Remnants v on Sale t1ylookingspace is kept busy heralding the fact that Severances Store is the place to trade Goods that appeal to your taste and make your puree glad Come this week and next to get the Remnants SEVERANCE STANFORD Robertf CLOTHES French cleaned Cook Farmer DIST WEDDING and graduating presents of quality at Muellers Josheel B are each building silos youatr beIT Is too hot to worry with poor c In your cook stove Try Denhams Rc or Economy Nut Nearest to gas as a fuel FOR RENT Best verystable Crab Orchard Near depot and convene lent to traveling public Hotel L Crab Orchard Ky S LOST pocket book containing day book note took bank book and the on Will Monk Will give S10 for t return of tho book and its content Singleton Bros Crab Orchard I nOwlag on ro for the elocutionary contest tomorrow Wednesday evening Better get yours early A big crowd Is expected anSET OUT MULLEN Theo Noland of Cedar Creek section after setting out 3000 plants he thought were tobacco found to his sorrow that they were common every day mullen plants i DIED SuDDENLYMr Elbert Wells the nged father of Sheriff Lincoln eatinghisSunday night He Is survived by wife and two children TilE graduating exercises of the Stan ford colored school Dr W D Tardif principal at the opera house Thursday were very creditable There were graduates and all of them acquit ted themselves in a way satisfactory to parents anti instructors SupremoCourtterm was to admit to practice before that high tribunal lion Harvey IIeI Representative in Congress from t ditoa 5 HAVE you seen the new line of Wh manl and ferns for ferneries at t verybest50s per dozen up Special attention Lenaby L n ford SPIRES Mrs Burton Spires w was a daughter of Mri and Airs Tim W Hutchison died at her homo near Highland Saturday of a complication of II SundayAlt at funeral services Besides her husband Mrs Spires leaves a daugh three old who will greatly miss a mothers tender love and care CIRCUIT CounTIn the case of Murphy against G A Walter McKee and Dr J W Acton ro iocommissioners the court decided th c commissioners must Issue a warts Mr Murphy tor 2500 the amount for building a pike from Kings vilie to the Casey county line The I decisIonia e fiscal court will sue Mr Murphy f damages claiming the road is in a worse condition than it formerly was FelectIOnW L McCarty rendered Sat afternoon is as follows This came for trial and the court after hearing all proof offered by the par hereto and considering all exhibits SJ1opinionor decision of said contest men in the petition herein and therefore adjudges that the plaintiff is en Cotlon101orderedcomposing tho democratic countyIII n oI1MondayJuly againstWnomination for sheriff of Lincoln coun II The court then adjourned d the Courtbecam f ELOCUTioNARY contest at WIt Opera House Wednesday night June 16 ELOCUTIONARY stWaltons Opera House Wednesday evening June 1G co- FGR v tho next 30 days I will sell gee raniums and all kinds of pot plants cost Fd Hubbard TUB Stanford colored ball team de 8Thursdaya1T1tosE wishing the eye medicine for merly prepared by Dr I S Burdett of Crab Orchard can secure it from his pinInTilE Odd Fellows meta at H rodsburg built several years ago at a Lcxingtonmortgageho workingthe on tractors Krueger b Millet would advance their wages to 5Cjc per nor and quit but those gentleman will have a larger end better force to take theirI places in a few days A GOOD crowd has already gathered everytraingrand old summer resort Manager and Mrs Willis propose to make the SpfngeE hlaJ F HILLGraduate Optician Stanford Ky OlTIco In M4 O Vnndevecri store on KnitMnin street All work gunrnuUea Alto grophoIllIoM TYPEWRITERS FOR SALE I have on hand nt Hughei Martin t Uot nrlokindsKox Oliver Hiulthironileretc tboroullblYftbuUt sad ni Rood nil now I h lll tell very cheap Afeo lull reo a 1 Ch0MA JOIl=SON Btnnford Ky JaN DYEheJerrelereadOprlclnn ryMKINNEYKENTUCKY Look up that old Jewelry that your Jewel willIremodeled with tiffany mountings 11 B tlltedtnoheThe McKinney Woolen Mills McKlnney Ky now In operation and U ready to ene IInleyUlanketl = IllgryO II WRIGHT Pror The Truth Every person in this city who is staring nI item Eczema Pimples Dand dMcose can permanent iad01 use i ntPENNYS DRUG STORE 8 amp Algoiinc MichJ OutinorUnder Personal Management of J Evening Leala ten Ky Going July 201909 t fleavEsk 2250 the cost and includes trans both ways one entire berth Sleeper null ono full weeks board Camp Algon- aoReservations Close tiJuly 12 Booklet Free Miss Ella May Saunders Local Representative titskforsl Kentucky 4 4 Cents Yard for Wash Torwhon Insertions lor trimming Linene Suits or Cotton Goods r t5 34c v For choice ofa good line Dress Ginghams usually sold at lOc 5 Cents Per yard for 3G inch Bleach Curtain Drapery the 71jc kind t IrL E Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martini P 10 Per Cent Discount Hat Until further notice we will sell any article in our store at 10 Per Cent Off F i0 arWewill give TWENTYFIVE PER CENT OFF on any Skirt left in our house Also quite a number of odds and ends and remnants that go atcost and less than cost This is t orstrictlyacost proposition If you want to save money this ietyour opportunity I HUGHES MARTIN CO r Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY f 1 American Field Fence S F I I r Strongest and Best A Car Just Received J hI r ki 1 r The Price is Lower T etsw 1 W E Perkins Crab Orchard a Abe Lincoln County national Bank i Of Stanford Kentucky 1 1 Capital 5OOOOOO 1 Surplusp 3800000 Resources 34000000 H SHANKS PRESIDENT w M BRIGHT CASHIER 8 PAXTON H JJB Oweley Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T C Fan t1 f ekin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Crook K L Hubble Lancaster TV H Cummins i Gooch Gilberts Creekco Market Prices Paid 11 For all kinds of z fl COUNTRY P OD CEE 1J in Lancaster Stanford Hustonville and Brodhead r- r HoB NORTHCOTT Stanford+ 1f 1 I I ar c The Interior Journal MntendinOu PortOffice at Stanford ell M endclaM matter f L It N TINE TABLE Nol1Month 11M P X- N No3t South 1100 A X No St North fICO A x j NoM North oW f M I No T7i 1047 AM No 3140 PMt JOS S RICE Agent i FOR SALE I horse werbollerand engine and saw mill tor sale Will sell either or OIIAS KNSSMN Ottenhelm Ky- IostofnceWaynesburg Ky Stock of Merchandise I for Sale- I desire to sell privately my stock of bro eerie and Hardware a good bust ness Will Invoice about 18500 Reason t 111 health GKO D 1IOPPEU Stanford Ky 1 A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building I Y Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation fot external use Stops itching and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly and is pertinently cured by this remarkable asedlcine Druggists Write for sam PIe E W Rose Med Co StLoulsMo Pennys Drug Store When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by a tailor of ex perience Then your clothes whether a low price business suit or tho nnest evening clothes will have that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they wore made to yonrmeasure I will also take your mess or extra trousers fancy vests top- coatsI and overcoats Hiring and Hummer samples on hand ready your Inspection r HO RUPIEY Btanford1 The Tailor Itching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zemo A liquid or external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form i sf Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W Zose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE 1 The farm of HO acres of good blue grass land lying one mllo North of Mcklnneyon the Stanford pike Improvements and fencing good lenty of water fruit AUo acres of timbered land one mile h East of McKlnney balrunder rcnco plenty of water and good tobacco land Hee grow ng crap JAGIVKNH Agent McKlnneyKy CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can furnish the public with the best as well os the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs flowers on notice Also make a specialty ot wreaths lor for funeral purposes In connection with above I have all kB4s of vegetable on hand at reasonable prleel OHIUSTMAN IHKEN HOUSES En HUJJBAKD PRO- Retanford Kyy Y WDDLHID- ESAIIDFURS tieseagGolden i are Dealers and can io bterforyou lho ageaU or mcrch iU Reference any Bank in Louisville shipPiacM SAlL 4cSONS- estanba IN feet tJUSE Market SL LOUISVILLE KY i JfLBeazeyCo Undertakers and Embalm f tri Also Dealers In Fur Uure MattingsRugp They J w+ exchange Fumiture for sH iadB of Stock Give TKaCall Priced Right r T1 STAMFORD KENTUCKYn n J C McClary 3 t a nd aker Embalmer andfI J aalerllnlHarnesa Saddlery- STANFORP S KYt is w v t i 1 Cf Plioael flonwFJaoc 0 G s I N1tlsl3M1a at4 aC4 ml FIRS D1PARTM1HT Two good silk cows for sale E C Traylor Stanford ReF DNo4 Crew Jonea have shipped 200 lambs this year They bought them at 6 to 61c W D Hanson had two fine bucks killed by lightning on his farm in the West End J H Baughman Co bought of Chris Irvine of Ottenhelm a small lot of wheat at 150 Gus Williamson the wellknown Bar ren county stock breeder lost three valuable horses by lightning Will Hunt of Simpson county has gathered and marketed this season 70 gallons of cherries from one tree J M Roberts sold a lot of cows here yesterday at 3c some cows and calves at 30 and a bunch of short yearlings at 15- FOR SALE Pair fouryearold ponies Bay with whito feet Match well and are fancy Perfectly gentle W T Coulter Middieburg Ky Gov Willsbn offered 200 for the apprehension and conviction of tho per son or persons who scraped W H Card wells tobacco bed in Mercer The antirace betting law passed by the last Texas Legislature went into effect at midnight Fri ay and arrangements are being made to discontinue all racing The Minks D N Prewitts pride ran second In a race at Latonia Satur day Judge Sauflcy named for our die tinguished citizen came in fifth in an other race poundsIblack with white face came to my place two weeks ago Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep Sam Bishop Turncraville Ky At a meeting of tho stockholders of the Danville Fair Association it was decided to hold n four days fair Aug 3 4 5 and 6A big premium list has been arranged and there will be races galoreSTANFORD CoURTThere were about 100 cattle at 1 M Bruces pens yester day and aUof them changed hands Prices ranged from 3c to 5c There was an active demand for thin stuff A lot of sheep sold at 3i to 5c A small crowd was in town and business generally was quietHillenmeyer the horticulturist says apples will be a slim crop cherries pears and plums variable some kinds barrensome scattering and a few have pretty full set of young fruit gooseber ries and currants are laden strawber ries died out except few plants and they are producing large berries early peach bloomers all gone grapes in mag nificent clusters and blackberries are heavy with bloom which only heavy storms can check A Thrilling Rescue Mow Bert R Lean of Chcny Wash was saved from a frightful death Is a story to thrill the worldIIA hard cold he writes brought on a des perate lung trouble that battled an ex pert doctor here Then I paid 810 to 815 a visit to a lung specialist in Spo kane who did not help me Then J went to California but without beno fit At last I used Dr Kings New Discovery which completelr cured me and now I am as well as over For Lung Trouble Bronchitis Coughs and Colds Asthma Croup and Whooping Cough its supreme 50c and 81 Trial bottle free Ouaran teed by Pennys Drug Store 1 Too Many Spots The vital spot Means quite a lot When gunning in the jungle The man who cant His bullet plant Therein is apt to bungle Yet sometimes skill May come to nil A man his life may jeopard The vital spot Is hard I shot To pick out on a leopard To avoid serious results take Foloys Cldnoy Remedy nt tho first sign of kidney or bladder disorder such as backache urinary Irregularities ex austion and you will soon be well Now Stanford Drug Co It pays to read the Bible said stere Marsh as hegazed at a pile of green pap representing 4687 in his home in Fairfield N J 1 wish Ihad started reading that Bible 35 years ego The money was found in idBible owned by an aunt of Marsh She died 35 years ago Many of bUr cltUefis fire drifting towards Bright a disease by neglecting symptoms of kidney and bladder trouble which Foloys Kidney Remedy will quickly cure New Stanford Drug Co WIfey Theres a fool born every minuteHubbyYes and they get together In June and one of them pays the min Ister 5 A tickling or dry cough can be quickly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chlo roform nothing unafeor harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store If a- nO1era SAMPSON will make the 1900 Reason at my farm where I live K mile South of Stanford on the Sgmorstif pike a HOto InuN a living colt tacks colts won more In IntheyearYogawere ibown at all years am at Lexington nnd litkwinneataKenIMS His iw 8 colt lls tuCk Htnte Ealr and at several local fair Some of his lOOT 1WW and 1909 colts are on my farm to show for themselves JHBAUdHMAK Phone ifl Htanfonl Ky CHESTER JEWELM- y stallion Chester Jewel black 18 hands high wilt make the season of 1PU0 at stable four miles West of Crnb Orchar- datmouthofOednrOrcekat Il5 to Insure a living colt Hired by Ohester Dare 1st dam by Heenm Jewel mare Utbodnm ota maro that sold for 15000 Smldnm by Holmes Drennon Hrd dam Anna lIuford by loutli 4th data lieu la by Boston Cth dam by Kpslloti Ml dam by Old Dumnark dam byColyrr Moneydaewhen co t ts foaled or mare traded or parted Marcs grazed nt srro per month pale before removal o mare not responsible tor accidents or escape JOHN W HOLMKS Crab Orchard K- yRheumatism fotad a trlod ittwkDkehufenl Not dte6 nor y po1bleC- 1I1 e dlsa3 fa td1eak rDaIllllllc16rntbin1ut W h1 QGP Rhel8aUo Braed 1 adi a depa45dID IIle ftlJMIIftt bIHifGr1lllwalteL Vsad ptU away er 53O1 this freely u does s etrhea acSdei to And 1111 est when dissolved lIMe DOIIoI1 Vasee torn the mlM wtl le eae eI DOtOrealout belt W1elJ ra4JI1 e ae Dr Shoops- Rheumatic Remedy PENNYS DRUG STO- REPOSTED We whose name appear below ItrCtly forbid hunting nsblngur anT kind of trot pasting on our places and prosecute vl olators to the full extent of the law Miss Mattte Hewes nelcbenboch Bros Fred Uaumann AT Traylor hunt Hooch N H Iluminer NUllllollerJJ1Cllruce David Stevens John Oalllenlscb WmCordler Dan M D Klmore Ootllbollck Tml Handorf JJ Thompson D M Anderson J K Moser Mr and SirrJaaIi Ends Ai Klln a Mrs NJ norton J J Elllptt Mrs 010 an W H Daugherty Frank Oonller Her Father lno Dr O O Perry 11 W Onlnes H H Hvughmaa Uriah Albright AIIltootMrs Margaret Ooocb Jacob Uander GcoO Jtvciu W HTrnylor Ham Roberts John Jnlrr Amend Helmefer M J Holmnn- rKT U811 A H OwdeyMHT Harris ItO tt atkln JCJ Hundley U HOrow Mrs NannlM II Good O K McOlure AndertonCurr Anton Uoneckcr 1131 Dlthon Fred Vonfiruonlgni T L IJIIUlthmanilIra Kate Ador Nlo nOarpolnter W Kopntx K Moser John H leo t Saviors r J K BAUGHMAN Black iaclc with white points 16 12 hands bodyPEDksREESired i Ns olen lit dam by J K BsBghmao Su he by Old Stonewall 2nd dam on jenneu side by Prince ante out ora enaetl by Old l5JacksMORGAN DENMARK Bav saddle stallion 16 hands good style tad action PEDIGREE Sited by Old On Time Itl dam Lady Morgan by Stonewall Jackson 3rd dam by Matchleu 4th dam by Traniby Has proves a great breeder of hichclwalkiag horses Will tlaed at 8 Abe a splendid mule jack at 7 The above reasons are due when colt u foal ed raare or jeaoett traded of parted with Mares iranett grazed at 250 per month personal attention given at all limn Impregnator used when necessary Care taken to prereet but oat responsible should any occur Above mpalioaedstock sad stood by R G PETTUS Stanford R F D No4 6 miles Crab Orchard t Laacaster pike Ref ideace Phone Laacater 7F e- Hl 50 CINCINtl AND RETURN e c v VIA i 4bJ+ sU1NDAYT JUNE 20th SPECIAL TRAIN lfJCity iO AM slrsrJRldkltF A rAlIltULAII S w CHEER SIThl- llOnof Chester nan will make the inilustonvilloIIMCHIPTIOK AKD PSJIliaKRK Il U black with star In forehead 18 hands htth with nil the style and nnlln oharloterhUo oUM Chester Ware family a good nctl chorse and n proven breeder Hoe hint before booking your mares If are looking roe a goodarreletdata bgTele8graphysadda ibyl- tlppy by Mambrlno ChiefJNO O GINN llUItOBVlIll Ky Almont Dare 3228 AHlIRIHired by Dignity Dare IWt he by Chester Dare 10 he by JIInck 14llJlrrel lIIIh8 h1 KinK Itltstereddnllah Miuubrlno 8711 1 be by Almont M Ind darn Lady Davis by urn Da vis by Roar son Ohlefj8rd dam Mattlo 8 by Foreign by Imported Qlenco byCunnlalhamlCoPItrbottomMII IrovxAlmonlllnre solaras wear able todiscover II the fIrst on record hay Ing to his credit the honor of defeating with hU own progeny those of his great sire Dig nit Ikire doing so with his first crop uf colts tlmll they lame together AI an- Indhhluat this is r attractive horse 18 hands high with tots ot weight and drill color twy nctlonextrantolr hlgll and fRt Shows a distinct Mrttlle jtnlts sill wryfai A full brother to the great skiing Netlleton that sold at 4 years for FoxyerenUlOoor of shows than any mare etrr sltld by DlKiilty Dare Woro n not for two splints coming on him he would easily have won the States Saddle Championship TUl horse Jsn result of i long and mating of the very best gndtndvlyduulltyliasstrongas llbralta In blood and his him See this horse ana you will Iw well lie will tusks the season of 100 at our stable tK miles from Huttonvllle on thu Huston vllle A Liberty pike at 1J to snare a living NflitlenWill also stand a mule Jack at IV Orals furnished In abundance at ft per month Our attention to alt stock but will not bo responsible for accidents KB rOWELbA EIONlIuttontUe Ky THE WARFIELD Trial 3l trotting Dark bay stallion tS handCfonlpd August IWU lit dam Naugb AmerleU8 IIO yearotd record slra of llattleton 4yenr old record t Oaf American hells 3 yr old tlllta- ndl98thursilt SsW list a son of Onward 1111 record 26t tire ofOnwaVd Hllver ilIIii and no other n tile 181 list onward was- Ired by George Wilkes AIU 2nd dan Ducrmaslrrd by Mnmbttno King lr of TS Including Intlyof the Manor J0lk Loaf Derby XKJTJj Heir at lAW lOWb slxolhomln 111- 1Int darn Dollar by Nutwood Sin tb i sire of 171 In the lIt4tbdamTopax by Hlrnthmore KK sire of Win the list Cth dnlll Millard Albion etb damn Not bySlanbrlnoOhlefThe Warfleld II a representative utallloi In nil thu word Implies To nay he hlsize sututance nnd speed only In part fin plmsUe the iinallttA combined In tliN son of Dare Dwvll He has them such symmetrlcalcharacter is tomnakehlnl- n among many HI head and neck body tent and legs are perfect and when seen connection wIth his faultless gait and great beauty are especially impressive You hould seo this hone before breeding- You wlllaay 10tlI1Cor looked at a better one The Remold Is the only stallion that basT dallliin the grant brood pare list lie hal two Mambrlno King crosses two slam brlno ratchon two Mambrlno llhlftolleOhunteal Onward Ucorge Honker 1 Nutwood 1 titrathmono maN trotting crosses than any itnlllon all c The Warlleld Is by Daro Devil IMvmwrd 2011 He by Mnmbrlno King IJH ho by Mambrlno IHitebeii W be by Mnmbrlni oilier it Dum Mercedes by Chimes Sate by Electloneer IYJ Darn Devil Is n great winner He won the tlInllllllonlblp sit the Nntlonnl horse Show In iSt class 4t lint National HoneHbow In Verse- ShowISV9efaasYfirstNationalhone Hlmi IWII clnm IOcbnmnloiishtpNallon l Hum Show lou class x lI t Show l9UOclass3 tint National Hone Show 11114 class 10 first Boston lone Show me class Sj reserve Boston Horn Hhow JIJ class II Second lloston HonoHhovr 100 clnna sec nnd Boston Horse Show ltalelaareaan e HoftonHonM9Hbowmaclnssl third tins ton Horse Hhow ISMI elms 7 Ha sired Tim Ileauldeal1tl5SG sire of Princes lichen 1 Devils Daughter ll M Harrah Hnm xWill1 mile from McKlmior Kynat Sill tQ Insure n laving ColtH M OWENS McKlnneyKy ASHLAND BROOK tJ iTwl Vol 17ATH It bred by Eugene Uuck rrr Oeorsctown Ky Ashland llrook was foaled JISd olld bay with left hind loot white stands Ufi hands IKnionKK Hired by silent brook No IVjto rucord r1l8 the sire of Margaret JtalhatoIU Uittlo IlrookS lint lad Bel brook JI7U Jciinlo llrook U l II7J Klllott Stone iuaW BrooK Y 3ami Hunnlng Jlrookj231 Silent Ilrcwl by IJnrknhlht sire of Search ValllYrecord 27 Ashland llrocki 1st dam llum Wren by Ashland Wllkes 9ln cord Y17thaslroof John II lontry ioler X00 i Ashland Wilkes shredby lies Wilkes lUll lIu by Ulorgll Wilkes aecond Itllr Iylretenderllbtant damn by Jim Monroe KB NOT Ashland kook Unhandsome fellow with lots of substance has a bold way Of going with speed style and action Jillcrop of colt are two yearn old they ore nil ono could expect they all Lar lag Rood colors with ol grunt style and finish Ashland lIroukwill the present season at 13 to Insure II living colt Will also stand tho great umula and Jonnel tvforlrthePrince tbu sire or Joa lilnckburn nun Hrli noun Jlllly Keene stands fnllltl band black with while points and nt a breeder Is unsurpassed nsmuluorJennet Jack hlscoll alwiiy lirlnglng the prices Mires traded partedwith or bred elswwhtfre for foils the Insurance and moony becomes duo iittlaqtlmo oleW ttranactl- onKING EAGLEtNo Yom Vol 0 A H H IL King Eagle U 10 hands hlRhdark buy with flowing mane and tall goololl thugllltl wllb plenty otspeeu style nn l Hired by Itoyal King lpxanxxx 45 he Htonuwall Mounts Ti Itoyal KIIIKS 1st dam Mollltl SftSlwm bv the noted s r Oabh1JsLuB isle behaglutflnltlillibebyUdKIngl a a 7011 dusts by lied 3rd dan h fie Doiinmrk ho by Millers 1eanhrk- t3thorougblrcdhorsn breeder of fln colored nail 111gh colts they allhrtvitngllestyle And notIon Ho colt that won the r5m stake at thu Stanford F lrnnd the 1100 stake At Lan caster defeating here four of the get of the Hex lear ae of King Kaxlel was second In the pwo stake at Hurrodsbure with ill entries and defeated the colt that won this stake two out o threeshown JIU colts are In demand bring tho highest price King Eagle will nmke the present season at tllo low rrlce of 111110 Jneuro u Ilging colt Will n the great usual Jim Ktona at fta for mares and 10 for Jennets to Insure a living colt Juts KC IIOllrld by the great Hilly Itenolatdalllb Juhp Welts andUnia bylleecherJlluKwne II lhand high blne 1tll wlltt potatsn greet mulejack All of the above nlllntlonedjltock will teaketheeason ot I Wtxt of Stanford oaths Hhcluy Oily pike P traded or bred elsewhere torfeltsthe Insurance and money becomes duent the time otsueh transaction For further Information call an or ad4reM p THABHIB A IIOBT WOODS Phone Tt Ring 8 v MtanfordKy t Our line of Mene Boys and Childrens CJothing u wore complete than ever before Come to see them before buying elrewhereJ SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY I hnvo just received car of OLD HICKORY WAGONS the hestiwagon on the market for tho money See them taforo buying as there been rt great improvement in their conMruction E T PENCE STANFORD KY MILLINERY i The Charles Wheeler EmporiumI Hustonville Kyv i Invites you to the largest MILLINERY SELECTION I we have ever shown Styles up to the minuto Prices beyond compctllion Wo also state that our Spring Line is now complete To HIYC money come and see and be convinced Our Spring Line of Shoes fur Ladies Mfaca and Children and our line of heats Shoes will certainly please Haiun and IValkovcr linw are hummers nnd arc strictly reliable Yours fur an honest deal- CIIARlli9 VIIE- HIERjs 7ctilond53ank t StanfordNYg Oryaniftifj 1882 Capital Stack SSo 000 1 Surplut and WttiiiiiittHi ffroll S9OOO- jffas paid In loldands since Organization S21 500i Simile lW 7 tcounts on Our 9florli OFFICERS J S Hocker President St- T Harris Vice President John JMcRoberts Cashier H C lUuflhman AMI Caabr- WWSaundersIleokkeeper SEASON OF 1909 We will stand at my Turin near IVcach orsvllle the wellknown Hilns Andersen has t as colbtnsanylkckInthecuumtat14 to IH did lVivlne tHlllon IWd JolClltJr by Red lied hebq KPJt lusvlno insure a I colt Ho will bu 10 rlllllI d to servo only limltod numir of mrtrg W POkixaa L rroaebersvllie J J J law le 4 C t HustonviHe Kyi Undertakers arid Embalpriers We car ryan uptodate line of goods M DIRECTORS F Reid J II Baughnaa M D lilraore J M Petite Ih C Uaughnwa J If Cusmias S T Harris ao C Rofelsfoa 1tW O OBannoa J S Hocker 1 c E Tale S D CARTER New Liven Depot Street fI Phone 96 STANFORD KEItiTU- CKYiNSURANCE R B MAONYIInsureS Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp FarmProperty Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLive StockHealth and Accident Plate 1 Glass Surety on Bonds diate rgivttan s are paid without cUsr countfae Jr A y a4rwtiJ