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Digital page images are linked to the text file. h d I r THE INTERIOR JOURNALI MilsOLe XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 18 1909 NO 32iMIDDLEBURO Jason Lawhorn bought John S Cou- lters property at Yoeemlte for 325 and will move to it In a few days It continues to rain every day hero and the condition of the corn crop is se rlous to say the least Some fields are completely taken by weeds and will have to be abandoned Our farmers are woefully blue and they have a right tobeQ Jones annual Fourth of July entertainment at Oak Park will bo held Saturday July 3rd The program will be out in a few days and will be inter eating County fairs circuses and such affairs dwindle into insignificance wheni compared to Quinces 4th of July blow out Miss Emma Combest of Boyle spent several days with Miss Ruby ogle Eagar Cox and wile of Alma Nebras 1 ka are visiting William McClure at Mt r Olive and Jason CofTey and wife at Yosemite Samuel Coffey of Jamestown is horo learning the banking business under our efficient cashier Mr II B Young Jean and Martha tho little daughters of Joseph Elliott have scar let fever Clarence Elliott was here from Mt Olivo Monday Elbert S Wells aged father of Sher- I itt Lincoln Wells died Sunday after noon and was buried hero Monday Deceased was 70 years old and was a kind- heartedI good man and a devout mem ber of tho Methodist church Ho had heart trouble and had been a sulTerer a number of yean lib death had been expected at any time and at about C o clock Sunday evening while sitting In his chair tho end came Revs W R Hunt and J Q Montgomery conducted funeral services at the Methodist church Monday afternoon after which tho re mains were laid to rest BRODHEAD There will bo a wedding in town right soon but for fear the doctor will object wo will hush Mrs Ike Storms and daughter Miss Lizzie Mrs J M Adorns and son r Sherley are visiting In Grant county Mra David Belcher is on the sick list Mrs J W Hutchison and Miss Bottle Hicks were In Louisville shopping this weekOn last Sunday children day was celebrated at Union school house near- I Ottowa good speeches fine singing a large crowd plenty to cat and we are sorry to say about such an occasion but I plenty of red liquor on tho grounds or out in the bushes rather Owing to the wet weather farmers ore greatly behind with work Several I had to give up part of their crops i Wheat is beginning to ripen It is J f thought tho crop will bo an average one Tobacco setting Is about over not as much of tho weed has been put- outr as was thought would be J Mrs Maggie wife of Will Arch Hays of the Ottowa section after an tI w Illness of several weeks of typhoid foyer lied Muiulay end vras burled Tues day in tho Providence cemetery Mrs Hays was n daughter of Tom Taylor of Quail was 17 years of ago and had been monthsmss Kentucky Fair Dates Stanford July 213 days Georgetown July 275 days Lancaster July 283 days Winchester Aug 35 days Danville Aug 43 days Bluegrass Fair Lexington August 06 days Taylorsvllle Aug 104 days Harrodsburg Aug 123 days Lawrenceburg Aug 171 days Perryvillc Aug 183 days Barbourvlllo Aug 183 days Brodhead Aug 183 days t daysfSpringfield Aug 254 days London Aug 254 days Frankfort Aug 314 days rwNlcholaavllle Aug 314 days Sept 14 days Monticello Sept 74 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 136 days Could Not Be Bettor No one has over made a salvo oint ment lotion or balm to compare with Ducklcnfl Arnica Salvo Its the one perfect healer of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores Scalds Bolls Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum For Sorq Eyes Cold Sores Chapped Hands Its su preme Infallible for Piles Only 25o at Pennys Drug Store a Charles W Morse the banker who was convicted of violating the national banking laws was admitted to bail In the sum of 125000 To avoldserlous results tokeIoloy s Kidney Hemedy at the first sign of kidney or bladder disorder such as backache urinary Irregularities ex f haustion andyouwlllBoon be well New Stanford Drug Go Ir CHURCH MATTERS Rev T W barker will preach at Jumbo next Sunday at 3 P M The First Presbyterian church at Frankfort voted Sunday to build a new 10000 edifice on tho present site Al ready 30000 has been At a meeting at subscribedI It Hendrlcks of the copal Church South was elected press dent of the Vanderbilt University Board of Trustees Several men applied for position last Sunday morning at the Methodist church We can use 40 moro men call at Methodist church Sunday morning at U or 11 oclock Good wages guaran teed PASTOR Tho pastor of the Methodist church will deliver his fifth sermon on Method ism The Doctrines of Methodism will be the special feature Sunday morning Junior League at 3 r M Senior League at 715 r M reaching at 8 r u The Danvillo District Conference of the M E C S met last week at Burnside There wero 15 pastors sev eral local preachers and a small number of laymen present The conference was presided over by Ilev D W Robert son district superintendent The addresses were well prepared and listened to with great interest The reports were all of an encouraging nature The entertainment was royal and all visitors were delighted with their homes One feature of the meeting was the special revival efforts to save men and women They were like a section of the Salva Lion Army A number of preachers with a cornet and a goodly number of singers held street meetings every night They sang and preached to im mense crowds and several made prom sea of a better life A District Ep worth League was organized with the following officers Rev J P Strother president Rev Lon Robinson 1st vice president Rev Robert Jordan 2nd vice president Rev C K Dickey 3rd vice president Rev C A Toguc 4th vice president Mrs G D Prentice secre tory Miss Anna Darst treasurer Miss Margaret Dudley superintendent of rumor League Department and Dr E II Pearce superintendent for the EpI worth Era circulation Tho conference adjourned Friday at noon after elect ing Clarence Gaugh B J Durham Everett Girdler and J Taylor as dele rates to the annual conference which meets at Paris Sept 8 A VISITOR IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES James Ovcrstrcct aged 84 is dead in JessamineSamuel J Stevens a former distiller of Anderson county is dead aged 8G An effort was mado to dynamite Mrs Landys questionable resort in Dan villo Mrs Nancy Moore 85 years old is dead in the McWhorter section of Lau rel county John Magcos store at Danville was entered by burglars and a small amount renal Stolefl Helen Mar Lowell little daughter of C T Lowell of the Gllcher Hotel Danville is dead Mrs Anderson Miller an aged Pitts burg woman was run over and killed by an L N train The lafle barn or A K Doty of Madison burned A valuable horse and- a lot of feed were lost Hal Denny shot by tho Negro Dan Carr died at his home in Burgln Carr is in the Harrodsburg jail Mrs Mary Jane Willson of Tidal Wave Whitley county was accident ally shot by her little brother in law who was handling a gun She died from her InJuries Men Past Fifty In Danger Men past middle life have found comfort and relief In Foleyg Kidney Remedy L E Morris Dexter Ky writes Up to a year ago my father sullered from kidney and bladder trouble and several physicians pro nounced It enlargement of tho prostate gland and advised an operation On account of his ago wo were afraid ho could not stand It and I recommended Foloya Kidney Remedy and tho first bottle relieved him and after taking the second bottle ho was no longed troubled with this complaint New Stanford Drug Co Her Little Brother Say I seen you kissln sis las night Mr ColinIt 1 give you a dime will you keep it a secret T Her Little Brother Yes butmos of the others always gave me a quarter TroubleMakers Ousted When a sufferer from stomach trou DYliPCPS1aland tickled over his new fine appetite strong nerves healthy vigor all be cause stomach liver and kidneys now work right 25o at Pennys Drug Store NEWS NOTES Princeton Ky voted in favor of pro hibition by a majority of 87 The continuous rains are causing much damage to corn and wheat 131houscsHarvey Hathaway was kicked to death by a mule at Evansville Ind The supreme court of Illinois has decided that tho primary election law Is unconstitutionalTho meeting of the Kentucky Bar Association will be held at Paducah July 7 and 8 Eastern capitalists are investigating at Lexington with tho view of building a now waterworks system Thomas N Spink aged 72 who shot himself at Coleaburg Hardin county died without recovering consciousness Miss Lizzlo O Haldcman daughter of Col W B Haldcman of Louisville died In Paris France of appendicitis Her parents were with her The purchase of tho Central of Georgia Railroad by the Illinois Central Railroad Company was announced by J F Hanson president of the Central of Georgia Rear Admiral B P Lamberton who was Deweys chief of stag at the battle of Manila Bay has gone blind Ills affliction is attributed to the strain of the big fight Eugene Dorsey one of four Negroes implicated in the killing of Walter F Schultz a Chicago artist was convicted by a jury ot Alexandria Va of murder in the first degree- E N Nail aged 60 years land corn missioner of Mississippi since 1898 died at Jackson from a stroke of apoplexy A special election will bo ordered by Gov Noel to fill the vacancy Five deaths are reported and damage- to property estimated at upward of 100000 as the result of rains and elec trical storms which swept over the section of Big Stone Gap Va An Inheritance tax of 18384431the largest in the history of Illinoison the estate left by the late Nelson Morris one of tho pioneers In tho meat packing business was paid at Chicago The City Council of Louisa adopted 1 drastic ordinance prohibiting the use of tobacco in any form by minors In public places and forbidding anyone to furnish tobacco or cigarettes to minors Hiram Smedley former county clerk of McCracken county who is in the Paducah jail under indictment for al leged peculations In office attempted to end his life by swallowing morphine- In a decision handed down the Su premo Court of Mississippi declared that no beverage can be sold in the State that contains any percentage whatever of alcohol This decision will stop the sale of near beer In Mississ Ippi Because he was spanked by his mother the fiveyear old son of Mrs Samuel Scott of Central City drowned himself in a well on the premises Ho has threatened that ho would commit sui cide in tbat manner when his mother announced her intention of punishing himEdmond S Nash Spencer P Shotter- J T Cooper Meyers and George M Boord man officials of the American Naval Stores Company who were re cently convicted in the United States Court at Savannah Ga on tho charge of conspiring to restrain trade filed an appeal in tho United States Court ol Appeals at New Orleans Women Who Are Envied Thoio attractive women who are I lovely In face form and temper an the envy of many who might bo like them A weak sickly woman will be nervous and Irritable Constipation or Kidney poisons show In pimples blotches skin eruptions and a wretched complexion For all such Electric Bitters work wonders They regulate Stomach Liver and Kidneys purify the blood give strong nerves bright eyes pure breath smooth velvety skin lovely complexion Many charm log women owo their health and beau ty to them 60c at Pennys Drugstore The total number of persons of for sign birth living in the United States in 1900 was 10400000 forming 13 7 per cent of the total population while in 1890 the persons of foreign birth form ed 14 8 per cent of the total popula tion in 1880 133 per cent in 1870 14 4 per cent in I860 132 per cent and In 1850 97 per cent The cleverest Imitation of real Cof fee ever yet made Is Dr Snoops Health Coffee It Is line In Jlavol and IB made In just one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Samplo free Penny a Drug Store Two companies of State troops have been ordered to Meadville Miss to prevent threatened rioting following a street fight In which A M Newman sad Silas Reynolds members of rival political factions were killed C r HUSTO1f ILLS Mormon elders are making a canvas of the Green River section of the coun tyA chicken famine is reported in tbe Powars Store section There was a picnic there recently- G G Helm and sister of Lexington will be the guests of Mr and Mrs J K Helm in the near future The protracted meeting at the Bap list church will continuo through this week with one and probably two son vices a day John Lynn shipped a car of butche cattle to Cincinnati at 36 to 4Jc C L Pile Is harvesting u splendid crop of orchard grassIThe stripping of blue grass seedis progressing slowly on account of excessive rains The crop will be smaller than for several years The Maccabees of Powars Casey county gave a picnic on South Fork last week which was well attended by people from this section Wheat is looking well and harvesting will soon begin One dollar is being of fered for No 2 and a good many are selling while others think the yield will be light and the price higher later on Two hundred and seventy dollars was the largest amount paid last week by our local poultry dealer for one wagon load of produce A premium is to be given the party bringing the largest single load before Christmas- I have a number of 130 acre blue graBs farms for sale They are beauti fully situated and in high state of culti ration with good improvements orchards etc in fine neighborhood To Insure quick sale will sell for 8600 Ad Iress Box 182 Hustonville Ky Thomas Galley and wife of Tampa iave arrived to spend the summer with her father Mr John Steele Carpenter fibs Rena Coy of Somerset was the guest of Miss Florence Epperson Prof J L Bosley and wife of Winchester- are visiting S D Yowcll and family ors A B McKinney and Mrs Sarah J Tate were guests of their old classmates here Wm Barker who for 60 years has owned the farm on which the Zollicof rer fortifications were built on the South side of Cumberland river has sold out anti is visiting his son Dr J C Barker Mrs J F Jeffers former Iy Miss Bohon was the recipient of a inen ehower at the home of Mrs G C RiiTe Wednesday afternoon Charley Wnrriner and sister Miss Katie of Liberty are guests of Judge Myers and family Program of Hustonville Literary and Musical Club Friday evening 18th Es say Harry Neal Recitation Lizzie Gillock Hustonville Francis Weath crford Suggestions for the Improvement of the Club Eddie T Carpenter Humor Sadie Ends Current Events Misses Blanche Barnett Lena Bach Bessie Rifle Bessie Lair Mina Girdler Club QuartetteOrestus Floyd Jame Hall Paul Willis John Bach Debate Resolved that Washington Should Have Been Made King AffirmativoPau Willis and King Carpenter Negative Roger Hicks and Wm Peavyhouse IN MEMORIAM Mrs Mary J Harp Blankenship was born Jan 11 1835 and was married to Henry Blankenship Nov 28 1854 She professed religion and was baptized by Moses Foley in 1856 and departed this life June 6 last to receive the reword that awaits the faithful How often we fail to scatter flowers in the pathway of our friends and loves ones while they are living We keep them to placo upon the graves where it will do the dead no good Now I had known this good woman for 30 years in her home in the church among her neighbors and If she had an enemy on earth I never heard of it She was the mother of 10 children six girls and four boys all of whom lived to man and wo manhood but two aro now dead They were all proud to call her mother for the was a mother to them in sly the word implies When she was able she always filled her place in the church The church will miss her and her neigh bros will miss her but nono will miss her like her old companion They had been toiling along together for 55 years Oh what a long tinge to together- It was marriage in which the Lord sold What 1 have put together let no man put asunder Nothing but loath could separate them Children you will never see on earth anymore but If will seek your mothers God makeyour peace calling and election sure with Him you will see her again where there will be no more part- Ing May the Lord help you to choose the good part that will never be taken youI to her old companion May the good Lord bless and comfort you in the fAW days that you may have to be separated from eachotherBLUNSFORD Preventtca those Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely an l quickly check all colds and the Grip Try them once sad soot 4825c old by Pen nys Drugstore Summer styles Monarch Shirts H 8c x Linen Collars GUARANTEED HOSIERY in New colors ttttttt Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY r Now is The Time for Lawn Mowers Hay Rakes Hay Forks Mow ing Blade Ice Cream Freezers Fruit Jars Gar den Hose Sprinklers Binder Twine Harvesting Oil c Call onL 1 j W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky Use Arnolds Buggies There is nothing better WepainbJ Old Ve hicles and make them look like new V Get our prices Welsolicit your R M ARNOLD DANVILLE KY RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your homers modern for your family us a city residence and place iu a position to get the latest market tiuotatioas at any time This can be accomplished by meaua of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with I the benefits received Call or address our nearest oflico or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special uFar mers Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone uervico wo can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Penueseee Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and IllinoisEAST TENNESSEE TEL CO i JtcoafOKATED- h Q The Interior Journal Eo c WALTON DESERVING OF CRITICISM IN hi charge to the grandjjury to try to discover the assassin of Callahan Judge Adams devoted most of his time to a tirade against thonew papers which charged that the cou would not use the dilligcnco it shou fa ferreting out the perpetrator of t foul deed and who paid him to do it The charges were predicted on the fact that Judge Adamslpermi tied the men ran down by blood hounds to go at large on their own recognizance a mo I unusual proceeding It was also charged that Adams and the entire court I machmery =being republicans would not be very anxious to procure an in dictment against an assassin whose victim was a democrat The latter charge was based on the manner in which the republicans have acted in the assassination ofGov Goebel They did all in their power to prevent the perpetrators theI doned them when there was a probability that even a republican jury could not be so unmindful of their oaths as to acquit the chief of the gang or the fugitives if brought before a court of the governors choosing Judge Adams hM laid himself liable to severe criticisms and his railings from the bench show thatjho is deserving of it We predict that the men who shot Callahan will never receive legal punishment STANFORD has her full quota of troubles but thank goodness she has been spared the infliction of Mrs Caroline BarrlettCrane the woman the State Board ofHealth imported from Kalamazoo Mich to tell our people what they should do in regard to clean lives It looksvery much like the boar brought this woman to Kentucky to sa things they or other men dare not say and the easywaythat she called Jailer Masner of Lexington a liar when she knew he couldnt resent it shows the character of her breeding There ought r to bejandjwe are sure there are a BUm cint number of persons native and t tha manner born to point out our faults in a decent way without importing fe m ties from the North NOT content themillions mikes byireason of the tariff the agar trust has been swindling the government t in weights and being caug dead to rights has had to pay two mi Ii IDS of dollars for it In addition t tais it has been forced to disgorge ten millionstoone of its pals whose squeal finis might have made it pay many mu lins more If the democrats were in power they wouldfrepeal the tariff itl benefit and force it to make an ho est living AssoIconvention at Atlantic City cl lims to have discovered that the Stan dad Oil Company is furnishing the sin ewe of war for the prohibition move mint If so this is the first good we hate eyer heard credited to the rapa ctoua concernand we do not believe tiat In retaliation the liquor dealers hive resolved to furnish money to helpI crush the Standard Oil Company An thus again may rood come out of evil INSTEAD of being ina Africa killing harmless animalsMr Roosevelt ough- to be at home to present a medal to John W Guy of Delmar Pa for hisa effort agalnstrace suicide He is 76 years old has been married three timesU and 20 sons and 10 daughters call him n papa His oldestson is 53 and his of youngest three One of his sons is a brotherinlaw and a daughter is his s13I terinIaw while he is both an uncle and grandpa to their children a TilE public hasnt heard anything of Beach Hargis escapades recently The reason ia evident A man cant cut up much in an SxlO cell His appeal for anew trial is now before the highest court but it willjbe a sin for that body to grant it Let him join his cousin Curtis Jett in the penitentiary and per haps he toolmay become a saint pEIGHT tdeathsrel that alf rattlesnake had by some means gottenjinto and died The effect is not always as swift but the result is r as certain to thoseJwho tarry long and continually at the wine cup CHAHPICLARK the democratic leader c of the House when asked when ConI IThetaken on Baileys income tax amend flionsize Of It TOE newest fad of the Virginia girls is to use the skin of the garter snake to support the open work hosiery that adorns their shapely limbs The effect of ii said to be very charming And we are not posing as a Doubting Thomas TilE only two 50 gold pieces ever coined by this government sold at Phil pieceanotherfools and their money are separated 0 1if1 J tt WITH the commanding General Evans shaking hands with Gen D Grant the son of hs lllustrio father as the former rode by the r viewing stand at Memphis where the latter sat watching the procession the small remaining body of those w Edfought for the Lost Cause it looks like war is over even if certain G A R camps persist in fighting over the mootldIethey rear thing was on tap MRS HOWARD GOULD testified in her divorce case in New York that a 35000 to 40000 a yearfor dress stand that it was not good form to wear n gown more than once For a former circus girl this seems to bo going some She also said that she changed her en tiro costume as a general thin three times a day and that when she got early and staid up late she made fe PlIr changes She must have been t lightning change artist in the show and can not forget her old stunt- S l TilE State Journal is surprised th a Broughton Brandenburg should bo pt on trial for forging a loiter from Clcve land urging the election of Taft Fol lowing the republican precedent in Ken tucky he ought to be put on government pay roll at a big salary that per thinks and there are those of who can see where it is right Gov WILLSON vetoed the bill tlr made competition in bidding for the school books possible and the American Book Co has a cinch Gov Willson was the attorney of the tobacco trust Does a similar umbilical cord connect him with the book trust 7 RICHES used to take wings and fly away They take the slower and surer route by automobiles now POLITIhALY Whitley republicans will nominate candidates for county offices by primary Sept 1 In the Senate Mr Newlands declared in favor of a promise of independence to the Philippines at a definite time- o Representative Stanley of Kentucky introduced a bill preventing the use of coupons in the sale of cigars and clga ettes sectionutwasU of a 42 to 28 thosugar was a move of the American Sugar Trust- Senator Daniel of Virginia will have no opponent within the Democratic party in his campaign for reelection beginninng Upon the recommendation of the Re publican State Central Committee Gov Willson has reappomted John T Shel by of Lexington as the republican member of the State Election Commis sion President Taft discussed with hi Cabinet the plan for a tax upon th undistributed net earnings of corpora tions and expressed satisfaction over the Finance Committees plan to bring- I it to a vote in the Senate I MATRIMONIAL antI clever farmer find Miss 17 were made one on the 14th William J Bryan Jr only eon of the Commoner will wed Miss Helen Berger daughter of a rich retired brewer Milwaukee June 24 J K Patterson aged 55 and Miss B Lawless 20 both of the Windsor section of Casey drovo to Liberty and were married The breach of promise suit filed several months ago by Minnie Rogers formerly Minnie Stewart against John Brown of NichcJasville for 30000 was set for trial and everything was in readiness for the hearing when the case was dismissed without prejudice- Dr and Mrs J G Carpenter have Issued invitations to the marriage o their daughter Miss Lilllo Tevis Car to Rev Homer W Carpenter Lima 0 on June 30 but sent non their friends and relatives in Lincoln all of whom are extended a general invitation to witness the ceremony Dont drug tho Stomach or stimulate the Heart or Kldnoys That is wrong It is the weak nerves that are out for help Vitalize these inside controlling nerves wit Shoops Restorative and see how good health will come to you again Test it and see Sold by PenI ys Drugstore After a conference in which five progressive Republican Senators participated it was announced that theI fight for the adoption of an income tax amendment would be continued in spite President Tafts recommendation that the matter be referred to the vaI rious States Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25c Box Sold by Pen nys Drugstore I 1f1 SURVEYINI AND CIV EMIl eI10m NEEAING prepared todo all finds of lur ln nnd civil engineering promptly My work will bo guaranteed and my prices are rea cull m llustonvfllh0e WALTER MoKINNKY CHESTER Sh9This ton of Chester Pare will make the tnhw lit 0fluetonvflleatItotolnsurealiving Ha Iin Ibinckwtthstarlnlorehend le ehnracterlstl hands high n good nctliiK hor o nnd n proven breeder Heo him nebyJllllPybyJ O U j lluitonvllle Ky j fARM FOR SAID I t 188 acres of which about lift fir ill grass excellently improved abun dantly supplied with unfailing water1 4 miles from Lexington courthouse poacesiout I Lexington Ivy FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN usTY FOR SALE I farm for oatnAOneoLengra Lea veil ttndltuatelosix ftouth of Lancaster containing son acres well located In Rood neighborhood being part 01 the John Walker tract wltha hand tome slew two tory sevenroom residence lIlffOUbulldlngsnlldgoodnever falling springs creek running throughTsnxay cash In hand balance ono nnd two yenr from tllIY of sale bearing six pe jpnldTenons place plente or tee 1 O WALKFB Htanford At McKinney Ky 1 You can find our Rtnmlnrd Hemedy the1 greatest blood nnd liver medlclneyet known In case of Hhouinatlsm Halt Itheum Kid Trouble and all dlsense arising trop Impure blood It has no equal It Is menu factured under the food net of June alto and guaranteed by the manufacturer tI theRemedy is taken nccordlug to direction and If heorshelsnorbenellted by the use of the Hemedy we will refund your money We can do nothing more Each parkas contains 2IH doses w h K registered guaran mnltingcnrdwithfulllnsVuctloaWe s celpt of IL per package or six for 15 Uetter order n box today If taken In billr ing tolnstruftlon and nro not benefited you get your dollar back You will not nnd the remedy In drug stores for tale 1 sold only nKnsJ Dinwiddie I coy I Hustonville Kyi Undertakers and Embalmers We care ry an uptodate line of goods The perfect ion of real estate all that is beautiful and desirable in country life in eluding locality soil and improvements is embodied in a farm of 435 acres adjoining the thriving town of Bryantsville Ky and near the famous Camp Dich Robin son farms which sell at over Slco per acre There are three tracts with dwellings and improvements on each suitable for three families desiring to lo cate on adjoining farms or if bought by one party two houses could be occupied by tobacco tenants The best equip ped barn in the county is on the premises having water supplied by a wind mili The floors are onilt as real dence flooring the stalls are large and wall constructed machinery for cutting feed being run by an engine Stock stales and a large tobacco barn wellffenced well watered a portion of it being matted with blue grass in gently undulat beenet grass pounds of hemp l8oo pounds cf tobacco and 60 to 75 bushels of corn Such soil is the basis of all value and the large profit which it yields on the investment ex estateItinvestment This together with the fact that population is increasing thereby insuring a continuance of good prices for farm products proves that good real estate e a home the locality and surroundings render ItImore or less valuable Good roads good schools churches and good morals are important factors in determining the value of a farm because they contribute to mans substantial happiness which is the mainspring of human action and the object sought in every section of our Godfavor t 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 a Harry Jacobs Denier In and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monu mentsMarkers and Post Cemetery and Lftwn Mexlnney RED LEAF KentuckyTempleHire otlliii winner of mad chnm York Lady lied IentwlnnN T Ikrotclnss oandthegrry geld Ins that won the hurnus clutse a lootqe I KentuckyItttoone or 1M cniU lit Unit of service It KnooDAiinl- lurrtxliburg Ky CONCRETING We lire In position to do nil kinds of concreting ai Work rnrumonti e work nnd inntcrlnl Call nnd get our prices before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS t Stanford Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen FrTh Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone M Offlct M Insure with mo and be fully protect- edSafeguard the Future I The nff st surist and most adequate sate guard for the future Is n In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It Is conspicuous for economical manage meat liberality of Its policy contracts fnlr returnlIThe company U just entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR of n successful business career with more alltlotherdonjuantescmaib ned Write ifsr 1 particulars stating ego nnd whither mar real or single to HpcnlalAct31SJames I White Solicitor for Itookcastlo Cot King Eagle Jr XilleIUIIItoyalKfug SShebyOn Tim 71S he II damMolllftnbtt ir Lexington KHKing Knglei lit byOlddlllll Hnrrl Jmmllrk he lIell1lloroughbfPdJnKUrenuon she by Old 2nd dnm Pop tolhivyUrockettJereKing dark buy with one white hind foot nlcu inn no wellllltIIIWA combined stallion with plenty of speed style nnd action nud his that be Is n splendid breeder He will make thesen ofWayneeburgonsure n living colt Mares traded parted with or bred elsewhere without my content forfeit the In surance and the money becomesduent such transaction Oare will bo token to prevent accidents but not niponnlblestiould any oc cur Phone In residence Waynesburg Far mers Exchange OOOALDWKLL HON IL F U No 4 XVaynrsburg Ky Three Ideal FarrIs In One priceh largelyinto exceedinglyhospitable servI of Dryantsville which has a thrivingbank- up to date merchants a good school and a church of large membership that town being about 9 miles from Lancaster the county seat of Garrard on the Lexington pike The enterprise of the citizens in that section is further manifested by the tact that they eta preparing to establish a Graded School at Bryant ville and if they succeed which is almost certain this property will advance from lo to ao 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 has all the attractive features to let us show it to them This farm is also within four miles of a navigable stream which is of greater advantage for markets than the sores distance from a railroad for it gives cheaper rates and better facilities for transportation to market of all farm pro ducts and live stock can be shipped from one bead up to a host load coal and lumber can be purchased at less price It is down grade to the river aud a good pikeWe positively believe that this land Is worth J4oo per acre and yet it Ii offered at Jo per acre as a whole if sold at once however the entire farm is susceptible of an advantageous division into small tracts and we will divide it to suit purchaser and make price on what he wants according to location improvements quality and quan MORE OPPORTUNITIES Yes we have them farm landsIn dif ferent localities off the and on the pikeImproved and unlmproved5oacres loo acreS200 acresany number of acres you want from 835 per acre to loo per acre We can suit you Try us All bargains of a lifetime 600 acres extra good 266 acres superior land highly im proved 2zO 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 buyIfarm write us or come to see us HUGHES SWINEBROAD I LANCASTER KY Y 17 i- I if SUMMR I i 1 i I 0 Ji I f I 1 At last the hot weather is here and it calls for Cool Garments TwoPiece Suits Light O- fJ 1 Full t tShirtst 1 Low Shoes I Gauze Socks Straw and Panama Hats Low Collars and NarrowTies These are the ar I ticles needed now and we can furnish them in many prices and patternsI II 41 Ai H J McROBBRTS I T i t STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 Prescription Pointers I It It customary for every druggist to claim to be best in prescription work Good claim but we cant alt be best This store claims ability capability facility and a complete stock of drugs We have the goods the equipment the ex perience tifrNN PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky f Are You Going To Build i t While wo are hero to build the Lincoln county court house nntln should a the building fever torlkuihl why not liavt ft little talk with us Wo nro n a hotter position you a nice IJ Brick Dwelling or A Neat Business House v being able to buy all mnterinl cheaper and therefore are in position to putw i b a building up for n considerable lower price Nothing too largo or too n small and the distance will not stop us from figuring with you matters not where you live We invite any prospective builder to give us a trial We Y tr furnish all plans specifications for suchany buildings that wo might erect t T free of charge FRITZ KRUEGER F H MILLER t n Ir OUR LAWN FNffiDis n less expensive and better fcnco Iiii toblosaw hammer end nails to keep it in IV repair J pr Call at our store see the orfabrican the low prices on a good fence job rf GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford Rs1 fe i IJ 0 CI t YTI 5 Cents I Ie tho price of ebort lengths in Brown Cotton a 7c value 5 Cents i For ShortlfDgthi in apron Gingham the 7o kind 5 CentsttFor choice of10 good patterns in Hamburg and insertion usually sold at 8 cents i I Hi SEVERANCE SON STANFORD II The Interior Journal E STANFORD KY Jusi 18 loon P ICE CHEAM soda water at Pennys Drug Store br PERSONALS I J S RICE was at Cavq City yes fhies EMILE GREENEnERO has been 1MRS sick J N CARTER Is visiting Lan I I caster relatives I MR J S HUNDLEY of Bullltt count ty was hero Tuesday t I BORN to tho wife of C L Cover a daughter Nettle Louise MRS KATB PBTTUS of Owonebo- b with Mrs J F Cummins guestIof MR JOHN S BAUGIIMAN and wife spent Wednesday In Lexington I MR PEED ROBINSON of Chicago with his father Mr W P Robinson MRS FRANK CURTIS of Plnevillc t was tho guest of Mrs Anna Holtzclaw Miss DESSIC HARRINGTON of Eu 4 banks is visiting Miss Gracia DIshon MRS STEELS BAILEY JR of Robin A son Utah is with Mrs Steclo Baile ISrLITTLE Miss IDA PETTUB spent a with Mm J L B Coffev in t Misses Mount of Lancaster their aunt Mrs H J M Roberta MRS S M SAULBY and little son of Frankfort are here The latter In improving MISS SALLIE H COOKC will arrive from Piltsburg Pa today to visit ht sisters here Miss COOPER FELAND has returned from Santa Fe N M where a hoer I taught In tho School for tho Deaf MRS GARLAND SINGLETON and chll dren are visiting relatives In tho Waynesburg section t Miss NELL CLARK trimmer for 1IIsiI Ella Mao Saunders has returned to her homo at Salem Ind MRS M C SAUFLEY went to Grays t VT Tllle Tenn to sec herlon Mr Jam M Sauflcy and wife HANDSOME Miss LBTTiEMcRonERTS of Lancaster was tho guest of Mrs H J McRobcrta Tuesday MR R W KEENON and wife of Al dt w Harrodsburg wero guests of her moth er and Raf nr tarn Friday MORRISON BRIGHT visited Will in Louisville The latter returned wit him and will spend the Summer hero BORN to tho wife of J B Rogers Four Mile Hell county a son Tho I mother was Miss Naylor of this coun tyMR GRANVIILEOVENS president of the nrodhead I Fair and n merchant I prince of his town was hero Wednes dayMISS CATHERINE LYNN left Tuesday for Kansay City and other Western points to spend some time with rein lives i Miss GRACIA DISHON will celebrate ner birthday tomorrow by giving a re ta which many of her friend- are InvitedrMRS W J HOLTZCLAW of Leslie Mich ISwlth her lister Mrl KigoRI Pepples Medames L C Hubble andJ M Cress of Preachers Kt vile have also been with Mrs Pepples R Mns J F JEFFERS and handsome bride were callers at this office Wed t nesday Mr Jolters left on Ufo noonJ train for Atlanta and other South rbints His wife will spend the SumsJ mer with her parents Dr and i T Bohon in the West End MR OWSLEY CARMAN and bride o- I Duluth Minn are with his puentshi Mr and Mrs A C Carman man was Miss Settle Roberts of LexSt ington and they were mado ono some I 10 days ago Mr Carman Is connectedc1 with a million dollar hardware and Duluth and holds a very responsible pow t sition tMR AND MRS S D BARTLEY at the TalbottWhitley home wed 1dlnlt at Parls1llt was an exceedingly in affair and over 400 guests wore present One of the guests of honor was Mrs Sallio Moore the aged moth 1 or of Mrs G C Givens of this place W- J and she witnessed the marrlago of a riembar of tholfifth generation of her firtnBy Mr and Mrs Bartley went terflyjn Paris to French Lick Springs Ind whore they are now spending a will few weeks I iII MRS J C BAKER of Nicholasvlllo is with Mrs J C Neal at MorelandIMiss JESSie STYVERS is tho guest of Miss Margaret King Moreland m LOCALS LiniiBY cut glass at Muellers Frenchclewaned Cook Fanner Fort best binder wino call on T D Newland WEDDING and graduating presents of quality at Muellers THY some of Wilkinson 5ingloto country killed beef pork and mutton FOR SALECowpeaend German liuslroon v BEDDINGplants now and we aro ready to put them out Ed flub bard IsA 30 CRAPllorilONE ndgood records for sale for 1C E H Farmer Stanford LOSTA brown green striped coat between Hebron and Walnut Flat Return to this office ITAXPS The tax books for 1909 are now ready Come In and get your re celpt T J Hill sheriff h0Tim L N will runspecial to Louisville Sunday at 175 for t roundtrip Train leaves Stanford doc pot at cab A M MR GEOncr D WEATIIERFORD has sold his drug store in Danville to b1 John S Wells from whom ho It several months ago crLOST between Moreland postofflco and M W A Halls 25 in bills Find will please keep 5 and give mo tho balance C K McClure Moreland TilE South District Baptist Anocia tion is In session hero and tho colored brother Is greatly In evidence Thor 35 preachers and CO delegates In the crowd and visitors world without end ceTim catalogue of the Lincoln Count Fair to be held at Stanford July 2122I23 Is out It contains an even hundr piece and Is filled to overflowing wit liberal premiums and interesting adverI Using matter IANOTIIElt hard rain fell yesterday morning making the attwiitii h1 IiI anhd Jaro d groofw anus rains and it will be ruined if there is not a let up in tho falling weather To the ladles of tho Christian church who havo promised donations for th banquet Please bring your chickens to Miss Alice Beazley on Wednesday morning Juno 23 fruit to Mrs Will Bright on tho 23rd Tho other provls ions to Waltons Opera House not late than 9 oclock on tho 24th Soliciting Committee sTm republicans of Pulaski count nominated the following ticket at the primary held on the 12th County R C Tartar circuit clerk C1 ose county clerk C M Langdon I sheriff J M Weddle county attorney II Waddle jailer J Frank Hines school superintendent W J Barnes i representative M G Colson assessor N Mayfield rnTlig West Danvlllotatgala which1Ing off so propitiously last Satur day had to bo postponed the secondtut downpoufnot been fixed but it is certain that weather man will bo carefully conal before said dates are named Dunn Adams who had of tho sale acted in a most fair square manner although their loss heavy Advocato but TimE White Teachers Institute will Mr beheld in the Graded school building Stanford July 12 to 16 Prof J W Ireland will instruct Tho Colored to Teachers Institute will bo held at Stanford July 5 to 9 Proto F L as instructor The trustees of both Graded and Common schools are requested to notify their theac ers of their institute and all teachers not at tending same without a lawful excuse have their certificate revoked G Singleton Supt well r In to The Remnants on Sale this week nnd next we offer other attractive cons14ntlyIlooking for and placing within your reach attractive merchandise This space 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 Comet ls week and next to get the Remnants KY countryI Addition FOR the next 30 days I will sell geraniums and all kinds of pot plants cost Ed Hubbard atIT is too hot to worry with poor coal in your cook stove Try Denhams Rex or Economy Nut Nearest to gas as a fuel FOR RENT Best livery stable In Crab Orchard Near depot and cony lent to traveling public Hotel Leon Crab Orchard Ky THOSE wishing the oyo medicine forj mcrly prepared by Dr I S Burdett of Crab Orchard can secure it from ills preaIP you want to delightful out Ins at a small cost go with the Stan ford party to Algonac Island July 20 Talk with Miss Ella Mae Saunders about the trip LOST book containing day- book note rook bank book and check on Will Monk Will give 10 for the return of the book and its content Singleton Bros Crab Orchard WE have Lust employed an expert I plumber and linnet from tho city and congratulate ourselves that we have two of the best workmen in the Stat We guarantee our work W K Va norOutt East End friendsshould not f Amohong Friday evening It is n delightful little play and the Crab Orchard ladles an gentlemen know how to present it ItIIAVE you seen tho new line of Whit ferns for ferneries at tbe Stanford Greenhouse Also tho veryI best bedding plants Geraniums from COc per dozen Up Special attention given to cut flower orders Lena L Hampton Florist Logan Avo Stan tINo one could appreciate more than tho kindness shown mo by the good people of Stanford while I was sick I Mr and Mrs William Carson will no er be forgotten for sending mo so many myyEndeavor of the Christian church thehie n forget the pastor of the Presbyterian church and tho good ladies of his con gregatlon for they never forgot m any one wants s good aura and good doctor call in W T Smith and Dr E Brown of Stanford Ky T J R Brown ts IN the Elocutionary Contest at Wn- W tons Opera louse Wednesday evening Miss Mary Roberts of Somerset won first honors Her subject was The Fiddle Told Miss Iattio Crum o Danville with A Monologue va awarded the second prize and Afls Lucy Walker Doty of Lancaster wh irDuncan Foster of Richmond whose subject was Aux Itallcns and Miss totYI rAtkinson who was to represent liar rodaburp was detained at home by tho illness of her mother and Miss Kate Alexander of Georgetown was also unablo to comp Each of tho five con testants did well and the judges Messrs P M McRoberts K S Alcorn and L R Hughes had to call in Mr Geo D Florence to help them decide who were deserving of the prizes Dur the evening Miss Em Smithof Dan treated the audience to a beauti violin solo Miss Mary McRoberts charminglyegave a bass solo Miss Kate Newland rendered a piano number Each effort was so well Jeltocrowd was not what Itshould have been we are glad to state that the promoters Miss Polly Duane Traylor and L Wearen lost no 0Inclass entertainment It is but justice in atato that Stanfords entry in tho nt contest Miss Marie Mahony entered an accommodation to tho manage meat When it was learned that Miss Alexander of Georgetown would not 1wascleverly did so She had only two days practice on her piece she recited so plumbt pert workman from Chattanooga and is ready to servo you with any work in the tinning and plumbing line TnE Invitations are out for the ban gust to be given Thursday June 24th and especial attention is called to those thoenat 8 oclock sharp programbe will re freshments served At 830 tho men march in a body to the opera house so dont forget to be on time so that program for the evening will not be eyed D M Walker pastor I Thoworlds gold production last was the largest In history 00000 against 400000000 In 1907 and 390 000000 In 1909 e a e Mat Gillman was sentenced to two years In the penitentiary for cutting J B Ward at Corbin topped in 3 minutes urn with Dr Stioopa CR OnetOst dltrJ1 F1 HILL Opticianr Altoailphone and it lull line of record NOTICE- d The 3IcKlnDtY Coal A Furl Co U now nnygnldemen will enpeclally take notice to the low iuivli6eKiuecruilinorrinllrnggood wheat from from on E O OOOOII Mgr I TYPEWRITERS FOR SALE I Utoresuch BS the Monnrch Jj O HinltU irondejwhich J will tell very chen Aha sell reo 1nllInKyvJ N DYEJeweler nnd Optician MKINNEY KENTUCKY JewlerII worK It Into new style Jewelry Old rIng lIctSUOspecialtyeThe McKinney Woolin Mills McKinney Ky now In operation and H ready to ene LlnneysIork wool or exchange goods for It High eit market price for wool cH WIIIQIIT Iror Truthfperson who is suf Danoeasccanfndreliefandbcpcrmancnly external use All durggists cell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE- d amp Aigonac Midi J Summert Outing Under Personal Management ofJ Ky Evening Gazette I Lexington Ky Going July 2O 19O9 IJeaves2250 Covers the cost nnd includes trans both ways one entire berth Sleeper nUll one full weeks board Camp Algonac Reservations Close July 12 Booklet Free Ella May Saunders Local Representative HStanford Kentucky 4 Cents Yard for Wash Torschon Insertions for trimming Lineno Suite or Cotton Goods 534cFor choice ofn good lino Dress Ginghams usually sold at lOc 5 Cents Per yard for 3O inch Bleach Curtain Drapery the 7akind r L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin 10 Per Cent Discount Until further notice we will sell any article in our store willat Offde I anyOppSkirt left in our house Also quite n number of odds and ends and remnants that go at cost and less than cost This is 01 a strictly acost proposition If you want toeave money this is your opportunity I HUGHES MARTIN CO jDryGoods Notions ShoesI American Field Fence n Strongest and Best A Car Just Received J1- I The Price is Lower I J ftIJ W E Perkins Crab Orchard cue Lincoln bounty national Dank Kentuckyof i Capital 5000000 Surplus 3800000 Resources 34000000 SH SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER TELLER H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIREOTORSt B StanfQidJohnkin TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek V Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE e in Lancaster Stanford Hustonville nt and Brodhead B NORTHCOTT Stanford The Interior Journal Mnleredin the PottOffice at Stanford w sieondcIaas matter L N TIME THBLE f No II Houth nw P x- Nol9Houthll rtO A x- NolNorthel0A i x No 21 NortbIIr1 P x I r NotTlO1TAx No Si J nor x JOS S RICE Agent FOR SALE I SShorio power toiler and engine and saw aaUl for lal sell cither or both 0tAH KNssMNOttenlielm Ky Postofllce AVaynesburg Ky I Stock of Merchandise for Salet Ideslre to tell privately my smock of Gro ceries nnd Hnrdwnro q busi ness Will Invoice about 3500 lleason ill health GKO n HOPPER Stanford Ky toA S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over SIoRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building Eczema is Curable ZEMO a scientific preparation fot t external use Stops Itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly and is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine All Druggists Write for sam ple E W Rose Med Co St Louis Mo Pennys Drug Store When Ordering Clothes HaTe your measure taken by a tnllorof ex perience Then your clothes whetbern low price business suit or the finest evening clothes will have that Individuality and fit which plainly Indicate they were made to yonrmeaiury I will nlso take your rues BTfl for extra trousers fancy vests top tool and overcoats Spring and Hummer samples on hand ready your Inspection IT O RUPLEY TailorStanford Itching SkinDiseases Arc readily cured by Zemo A liquid r br external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form af IfchingSkin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I grnllbndlylngthe Stanford pike Improvements and fencing good plenty of water nod fruit Also 125 acres of timbered land one mile East of McKinney under fence plenty of water and good tobacco land See grow ngcrop J A OlVJoNH McKinney Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE- I can furnish the public with the best alIwell as the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also stake a specialty of wreaths purposesIn above I havo all kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable PrtCeOHHI8TMAN OUKKN nOUHERIEn 111 Htanford KI f YRLHIDES FURSI IGinseDrlGolden mUChaetrRcicrence Write for wolyrice lid and ship ptags We 001 bags freeJM SADEL tnAaUt IM ieT229 E Narht SL LOUISVILLE KY JLBeazleyCo ty Undertakers and Embalm 17 en Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRug Theytwillexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right as STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary blo to Unrfnrtakor Embalmer and I UeaierjniHarness Saddlory STANFORD KY Xrao 1 Horaoltone j L I P P 7 11 L t I4I M PARlORS DEPARTMIKT Two good milk cows for sale E C Traylor Stanford R F D No4 The Lexington Roller Mills paid 1 per bushel for several thousand bush of wheat FOR SALEA few choice bucks a four fresh milk cows J II Newell Kidds Store Will trade coal by the carload hay or any kind of feed Write Laurel Feed Co London The barn of Bert Wren of Mo gomery county was burned and 15000 pounds of tobacco went up in smoke FOR SALE Pair fouryearold pons Day with white feet Match well anrt are fancy Perfectly gentle W Coulter Middleburg Ky 1 A A Crutchfield has sold his farm near Halls Gap the old George Russell place to Casper Schlappi and will likely move to another county The highest Juno price of live ho since 1882 was established Monday at the Union Stockyards Chicago when best porkers sold at the longpredicted figure of S a hundred pounds- A sow weighing about 200 pounds black with white face came to my getrkeep Sam Bishop Turnersville Ky John L Gay of Pisgah bought of M W Hackney of Oakland the four ye old fivegaited black saddle stallion Kentucky Colonel for 4000 Ho w be shown by Gay at all of the Keatuc fairs this summer WAYNESBURG Rev W S Taylor filled his appoint ment here Saturday and Sunday- W M Smith Amos Padgett and Miss Eva Singleton have been very sick for a few days Miss Zora Singleton has malaria fever Mrs J W Gooch and T W and wife of McKinney visited frien hero and attended the decoration ser vices Bud Gooch and family of Som erset are visiting relatives here Mrs Taylor Wesley and children have been visiting relatives at Eubanks and Bet el Ridge R Curtis and A J Johnson on R F D Nos 1 and 2 had a nano escape from drowning Monday In n tempting to cross Buck Creek the hars es were caught in the current an all would have been drowned had it not been for some men nearby who camo to 1 their rescue This community was shocked a fe days ago when the news flashed over the wires that Wade Boian had been killed at Charleston W Va He we railroad agent hero for several months End a member of the local order of Maccabees He made many friends during the time he was here Maccabee Memorial Day was observ ed here Sunday After an interestin sermon by Rev J A Singleton to large and attentive audience tho Sir Knights Lady Maccabees and Modern Woodmen marched into the cemetery and decorated the graves of deceased members Quite a number from Kings ville took part in the exercises Miss Nellie Gooch one of the L 0 T Mfcame up from Stearns to take part hi decoration A Thrilling Rescue How Bert R Lean otCheny Wash i was saved from a frightful death is u story to thrill the vorldoUA liar coldII he writes brought on a des perate lung trouble that baffled an ex pertdoctorhere Then I paid 810 t SIr a visit to a lung specialist in Spo kane who did not help me Then wool to California but without bene tit At last I used Dr Kings New Discovery which completely curedme and now I am as well as over Fo Lung Trouble Bronchitis Coughs and Colds Asthma Croup and Whooping Cough its supremo 60o and 81 Trial bottle free nNlateed by Pennys Drug Store 0 Petitions have been filed in the Fed AInsInd asking 30000 damages from citizens of Muhlenberg county this State who it is alleged forced them j leave Kentucky Everyone would bo benefited by tak ing Foleys Orlno Laxative for constipation stomach and liver trouble It sweetens tho stomach and breath gently stimulates the liver and regu lates the bowels and II laud superior pills and ordinary laxatives Now- tanford Drug Co S r The jury in the case of George and Grover Lanter charged with the mur derof Ethelbert Ransom at Williams town returned a Verdict of not guilty Many of our citizens are drifting towards Brlghts disease by neglecting symptoms of kidney and bladder trou which Foleys Kidney Remedy will quickly euro New Stanford Drug Co a There will be no strike of the long shoremen on the great lakes according T V OConner international president of Longshoremens Union A tickling or dry cough can bo quickly loosened with Dr Snoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store r y 1 L l GEORGE HUR Draft Stallion at 10 to Insure a Liv- Ing Colt m 0 saIndM S BAUOHMAK Stanford Ky SAMPSON hefOC15 Momersr pike al 110 to Insure 1 living co I ThIs young leeks colts won more premiums In lOOTmul UYd that any jack In nevntr lings and look like winners for IVOtf They wero sbownnt all local fairs both years and at Lexington and Kentucky State Fair In KIlnSHomo of bis IW 1W3 and 1009 colt ore on themselvesTPhono 49 Stanford Kq CHESTER JEWEL laballdlOrchngsliving colt Hired Ohester Dare 1st dent by Bceoml Jewel Thlllnare I tlieilnm of n nmro that sold for 13QUO 2nd dam l y Holmes Drunnon dam1Il1ulnpolyerMoney re traded or parted Mares grazed at JJO per month a paid before removal of mares not responsible for accidents or es capes JOIINVAV HOLMES Crab Orchard Ky INSURANCE MAHONY pInsures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light o ring Fire Tornado LifeLiveStockHealtand e GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dish count RheumatismI have toad a tried and tested tears lor RD thedrroW back to IIMbapln That Is ImpOlllb Uut I can now surely the pa1DJ illS pangs ot iDUdeplontledlseasalfound the tact ingredient with madwt that Ust Urredlent I succssfally treated many many caof Rheumatism I but now at list U tml aU curable raw of thIs hsntofo VIJIuJarISend paw ear under the action of this millIfreely as does swar when added to pun water And then when dtIsolYed these pOisonous warwffreely pass from the system and the cause Kheumatlim is tone loroTer There U now no real need no actual excuse to suffer longer w1th- reastmaadoUSbep IVs sell and in ccafideac ShoopsaRheumatic Remedy PENNYS DRUG STORE POSTEDWe whose names below strictly In torhld4umtingasGingurxay kind of true passing on our places and x 111 prosecute vi olators to the full extent of the law Miss Mattlo Howes heft n nbmch llros KriMl liaumaiin A T Trnlor llullllllerfWillJ W Haughmnn J W IVck J K llrurn Duvlil MIvn John Onmenlsch WIIIOonUerI 1lIun Traylor M U Klmore Fred Hnndorf J J Thompson 11 Sf Anderson J K lloser Mr and Mrs Jns II End s A Kllmsa Mrs N J Horton- J LoganWKov Ynther Leo IaOOPerry itaughnutoIMrs Margaret looch Jacob lander leoO livens TraylorJohnHum Hoburts Amend Hchacfer M J Hermann FT Ileazley A H Matheny 1IiOweleyrH T llnrrte n UIUltkln wdAnderson Carr Anton Honockrr fit M Dlshon Fred VonUruonlgnn Itaughman Mrs Kate Astor W 0arpenteKopntx r John H Lee U8evl riu 120 CINCINNATI AND RETURN VIA II SUNDAY JUNE 20th to t 11SPECIALLeavMfInndM City 600 AMPAsk TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS e f rti 4 d FOR SALE 1 end imnll wiles corn and tobacco fllrunlevel rich and free front stone largeresidences arid barns Rood railroad connoo tloni Gun offer a bargain at PC to I U fiu acre Long tlnio payments ULAKLKY Bowling Green Ky B D CARTER New Livery Dopot Street inPhone96 STANFORDIKENTUCKY JK BAUGHMAN Dlack jlclwilh white points 16 12 hands bodyPEDIGREESired s Ni polen lit dam by J K Baughman Sr he byImportedJim Porter Mule colts SID Jeanette 15 JacU 32- 0MORGAN DENMARK nay saddle stallion 16 loadgood style and action PEDIGREESired by Old On Time It dam Lady Morgan by Stonewall Jackson 3rd dam by Matchless 4th dam by Traniby Hat proven a gnat breeder of highclan walking Will stand at 8Alto a splendid mule jack at 37 The above seasons ate due when colt U foal ed mare or jennett traded or parted with Mates and jennetts grazed at 250 month Personal attention given at all times Impregnator wed when necessary Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Above mentioned and stood by R G PETTUS Stanford R F D No 4 6 miles Crab Orchard Lancaster pile Residence PhoneLancaster78F THE WARFIELD Trial SH trotting Dark hey stallion IS NnuKhty record tllv lre of llattleton 4yonrold record JW4 nierlcnn Hello 9 yr h1111recorl2S Saw list n son of Onward lroofOiiward HllvfrJ6iand Ifs others In the Jan list Onward wus sired by George Wllkes M9 King1SSIroetTSlncludinglmlyotthe s six others In 210 3rd dam Uotlet by Nutwood ftl the sire of Ill in the list droolIiinthelist NedIMnmbrlnoChlvf II stallionInsite gulMtnnce and speed only In part em phnilzu the qualities combined III this son of Hare Ltevll 1111 11118 them nnd tbt ynreof suih srmmetrlrnl character as tomnKe him n stallion among many lilt bend and neck syKaty fovt and legs are perfect and when seen in connection with his faultless saltnest great beauty ere 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his colts always bringing the highest prices Marcs traded parted with or bred elsewhere for tells the Insurance and money become stile ut the time oisuchtranuic- tlatKING EAGLE- I No Kftl Vol 0 A HH It King Kaglo IlIa hands high dark bay with lowing iniino and tell andnationgulfs with plenty of ipveu style PKUIOIIEK Hired by Iloyul King OuTnneTlS he by Htouuwnll Jllcklon tr Hoyal Kings lit dnm Molllo counts JJjl was the nottd nlrvCiibboU8 fuxlng toll V H king J UlClos lit darn Hip US7V situ by Kaalo Ulrd loll he by Old King Ka hyHurrlIslthdant by JIm hail tthoroulhbrlll Nora King Eaglet ncomblnud stallion breeder colored nnd high styled colts they sill having size style and action Ho sired tho colt thul won tho 0 stabo nt the Htanford Knlr and thu 1100 atako at Ian caster defeating here tour of the get of the grlatltex Icavlue Thblfllt its f lng aRlel Will In the tnu stako Hnrrodsburg with 21 entries nest dafeulcd thu colt that won this staka two out of three Dhows lha coltsur In demand tiring tholilghest prices King Kagln will make tho present season at1B to insure n living colt- Wlllalsostand the groat mule Jack Jim Ktteuo nt 110 for morel nest 13 for Jennet Insure a living colt Jim Kcone sired by he Hilly 1st dam by the JohnWells 2nd dam by Ueecher Jim Keene lf3t lends high black with white pollIUn mule Jack All of tho ahoy mentioned stock will J the season of lliQU at our Wu of Stanford on the Shelby Oily ike Mares traded with or bred- lsewhere forfeits the insurance and money becomes dUll ntthe time of such transaction For further information call on or address S TIIAnma k ROUT WOODS Phone 7 lUngS Stanford Ky Our liuo of Alcaa Bow and Children Clothing u tuoro complete than 1 ever before Congo to see them before buying elsewhere SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY 1798 TraitfijlvaDia Upiveriti 1909 ContinuingI The College of Liberal arts coeducational HnrulHou liege for Woolen and the College of law 1 Three canipuncft embracing 23 acres i Thirteen buildings with modern equipment + A faculty of CO chosen from the beet unJvcrsllioi of America nud I uropoI Standardized elective courses lending to the dogrcus of A B H S A jr nnd TJIJ II Now Science Building recently oreototlat a cost of 00000 T Students now in nttondaneo from 25 State and 0 foreign oountriw i Moral Influences ouHurol cnvirouniont scholarly ideals reasonable ox 1eUFq i The seas ion begins Sopt 11J 1000 Write for catalogue today RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD A M Ph D Pres LEXINGTON KENTUCKY I have just received air of OLD HICKORY WAGONS tho best wagon on trio market for the money See them before buying ns there has been a great improvement in their construction I E T PENCE STANFORD KY I I MILLINERY The Charles Wheeler Emporium 1 Hustonville Ky Invites you to the largest MILLINERY SE LECTION we have ever shown i Styles up to the minute Prices beyond competition Wo oleo state that our Spring Line is now complete To save money come nest sco and bo fir tconvinced Our Spring Lino of Shoes for Ladies Misses anti Children and our lino of Gents Shoes will certainly please Ilanan and Walkover Until nro hummers and are strictly reliable Yours for an honest dcal- CUAJtIr3 WIIKEIEK First Ii3IanorOrfanixttt 882 Capital Stock S5OOOO sllrpkr and Wndiviciirf Profilt lIS ODD Has paid In dividends slate Organisation 2ft 500 t fnoiia flow Jfocounts on Our 7irl I OFFICERS t S Hooker President- S T Harris Vice Ptesidcnt John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr WWSaunderiDookkeeper IJ DIRECTORS J c7hllh C Baughraan J F CumminstS T lIarrlnoW D OBannon J S BakeraC E Tate