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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ti THE INTERIOR JOURNAL a r H IYOLo XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 22 1909 NO 33 IH NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Sue Ray Smith aged 36 Is dead at Marksbury Garrard county A company has been organized to open a lead mine near Dunnvllle Casey county l IL D Sowder a son otA C Sowder of Level Green died In Lexington asy lumMIIWary A Hackley one of the most highly respected and beloved la dlea in Bayle county died at her home In Danville t Lutn Sowder shot and instantly killed rJBUlllIUeek at Dallas Pulaski county The trouble was tho result of BReteettofl diflkulty Min Carrie Woods died at the home I of Gftf HufTmon In Garrard after a Ilagerieg ISlnew due to tuberculosis was 17 years of age I MtArthy of Emery Gap Tenn Bred en from ambush and is In the IG t Sanitarium for treatment wounds are not considered danger Harding Puryear oft Raw lings of Danville have filed suit in the Putaski Circuit Court for 30000 dam ages for the killing of John S Betts an employe of the company At Williatnaburg Ike Troxall and Jas WIteofl pleaded guilty to the charge of forgery and were sentenced to two years in the penitentiary They wised a cheek from 95 cents to f5 Nine bids were submitted for the construction of tho public building at London The lowest bidder was Alfred Struck of Louisville at 82294 The supervising architect will doubtless award him the contract Ij IID K Rawlings of London was ap pointed special judge of the Knox Cir cult to try several cafes in which Jud Court Lewis acted in his car poclty as CcmmonwoallhB Attorney bet fore ho succeeded to the bench William Frederick Phillips son of Dr Guwle Phillips formerly of this city but now of Atlanta Gtt won the highest honor In the Fourth grade at tho Crew street school of Atlanta E G lllckley of Lincoln county broke ground for a handsome house in the Highlands Advocate Robert L Hayes was arrested in the post omro at St Louis as he called for a decoy letter mailed In nn effort to ap prehend the sender of blackmailing missives addressed to officials of tho Wabash railroad containing threats to dynamite tho tracks unless 5000 were paid to the writer Hayes Is said to bo a Lebanon Ky bakerIl A pretty midsummer social function was the charming reception for which Mrs James C Pickett was the hostess Thursday afternoon at West View j their stately old country place north of latown occasion In honor of Mrs Pick ctta daughters Mrs WIlliam Tribble of Stanford Ky and Mrs Joo Augus tus Pickett of Washington Incl the Uttsr s recent fcrida to the fsrai + af forded the guests an opportunity of meeting the visitors The Interior of the spacious old home was beautifully decorated in a profusion of blossoms and foliage tho stairway being Interwoven In green studded with crimson poppies Tho alcove in the rear of the hall furnished a prettily adorned recess for the punch bowl presided over by Misses Francis and Ellen Osborne The dining room was aglow with candies crimson ramblers and festoons southern smilax The central embellishment of the table Will an embankment of smilax and rambler roses with candi f labrum on a rare piece of Mexican laco A beautifully ladened rose basket suspended from tho center ceiling lent anl artistic finish A delicious ico course with berries t Jand cake mints and salted nuts furnished a delightful repast Mrs Pickett wore a most becoming R gown of gray aeolian cloth Mrs Tribbles costume was a hand l Y some ashes of roses messallne with iii 1lace accessories Mrs J Augustus Pickett wore her 11 wedding gown a directoiro model in the Catawba shadeeMaysvillo Daily Bul letin v ICould Not Be Better No one has over mado a salve ointment lotion or balm to compare with Bucklens Arnica Salvo Its tho ono perfect healer of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Soros Scalds Boils Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum POP Soro Eyes Cold Sores Chapped Hands ItRsI promo Infallible for Piles Only J25c at Pennys Drug Store IiIf savemoney rea grouch you spend it youre a loafer If you get It youre a grafter If you dont get it youre a bum So whats the use To avoid serious results take Foley s Kidnoy Remedy at the first sign ofI r kidney or bladder disorder such as back ache urinary Irregularities ex haustion and you will scon be well New Stanford Drug Oo i tI CI 6 MATRIMONIAL Morris CundifT and Miss Margaret Porch popular young people of Somer set were married Friday Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss May Tinsley of Barbourville to Charles W Rathfon of Port Huron Mich The engagement is announced of Mtts Lucilo Collins of this city to Mr Robert Burke of Danville Mies Collins is the charming daughter of Mr end Mrs J S Collins and Is very popular so dally throughout tho blue grass Her fiance is a prominent business man Tho date of the wedding has not been announced but it is understood that It will I take place in the near future Richmond Register Miss Collins has visited Miss Sara Dunn here and Is a relative of J M Alverson of this of lice The Kansas City Star of June 6 has the following account of the wedding in Kansas City of Miss Catherine Elizabeth Cooper of that city and Mr Thomas Barrett Carson of Poncn City son of J E Carson formerly of this county On Wednesday evening June 2 at 830 oclock a simple but pretty wedding was solemnized at the homo of Mr and Mrs Jesse Cannon when Miss Katherine Elizabeth Cooper became the bride of Mr Thomas Barrett Carson of Ponca Okla The ring ceremony was performed by Rev S M Brown of the Michigan Avenue Baptist church In the presence of the immediate rela tives and friends Mrs Wilton E Ba eon played tho wedding music Tho bride wore a white mcssaline semi princess gown en train The tulle veil was fastened with a wreath of lillles of the valley and she carried a shower bouquet of Bride roses and lillles of the valley Little Helen Katherine White a niece of tho bride was her only attendant and carried the ring in a Illly She wore a dainty whito embroidered frock with pink ribbons The ceremony room was decorated with ferns pink carnations and festoons of smilax and pink tulle The reception hall library and dining room were done In ferns and baskets of pink carnations and smilax Miss Lucille Dawes presided nt tho punch bowl Men Past Fifty Danger Men past middle life have found comfort and roller in foloys Kidney Remedy L E Morris Dexter Ky writhe Up to a year ago my father Buffered frow kidney and bladder troublo and several physicians pronounced It enlargement of the prostate gland and advised an operation OnI account of his ago wo were afraid ho could not stand it and I recommended Foleys Kidney Remedy and tho first bottlo relieved him and after taking tho second bottlo tie was no longer troubled with this complaint New Stanford Drug Co- CHURCR MATTERS John Shrp self atpjed Adam God II found guilty of the murder of Patrolman Michael Mullane at Kansas City was given 25 years in the penitentiary- Dr C T Thompson of Koskiusko Miss preached two fine sermons at tho Presbyterian church Sunday The doc tor who Is well known here married Miss Betsy Pennington sister of Dr T W Pennington of Stanford rTrouble Makers Ousted When a sufferer from stomach trou blo takes Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills hos mighty glad to see his Dyspepsia and Indigestion fly but morehes tickled over his now duo appetite strong nerves healthy vigor all because stomach liver and kidneys now work right 25o at Pennys Drug Store The Chautauqua at High Bridge be gun Friday with a large crowd onhand Some noted speakers Including Capt Richmond Pearson Hobson Gov Rob ert Glenn of North Carolina and Gov Hanly of Indiana will tako part in the program In view of the declination of Bishop Candler of Georgia to act as arbitra tor In the strike of the Georgia railroad firemen the arbitrators agreed upon David C Barrow chancellor of tho I University of Georgia as the third arbitrator S I An automobile which broke down on the track was wrecked by an interurban car at Breazelalca Crowing S C One of the occupants of tho auto was killed and three others were injur ed one of whom willjdle A tickling or dry cough can bo quickly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chlo roform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store President George Dovey of the Bos ton National League Baseball Club died oa a Pennsylvania train near Xeato 0 1 y 4 J u tooc NEWS NOTES Judge John W Lockett is dead nt Henderson Tho First Kentucky Regiment will gi Into camp near Frankfort Aug 21 A fire caused the death of five mei and CO horses In Board of Trade livery barns at Duluth Minn A torrential rain brought to an abrupt halt the ravages of the forest fire In Maine and New Brunswick While attempting to ford KawCreek four miles north of Boyton Okla Mrs Rentle a farmers wife and her two drownedIyears receiving for tho TrustCompany of Cleveland 0 committed suicide In the cellar of the bank Forty Kentucky counties are in danger of being without country schools for one year unless the Fiscal Courts make levies before July 1 Gov Willson has refused to remit the States part of the 10000 find against the Indian Refining Company for polluting the waters of Elkhorn creekBlewett Lee son of the lato Gen Stephen D Lee has been named to succeed Jacob M Dickinson as head of the legal department of the Illinois CentralThe Court of Alabama de nled the application of Frank Cazalas impeached Sheriff of Mobile county for a new trial thus making his Impeachment final The local option election in Warrick county id resulted in a victory for the drys who carried six precincts to tho wets four tho latter Includ ing Uoonvillo The Pennsylvania State Board of Pardons recommended a pardon for James B Gentry tho actor serving a life sentence for tho murder of Madgo Yorke the actress Nine men were killed and at least n dozen men and women injured in nI headon collision between two heavy cars of the South Shore electric railway at Samuels Crossing Ind In a battle between officers and three train robbers who held up n St Louis Iron Mountain and Southern freight train near Bragg Okla Deputy Constable Johnson Kirk was killed Bishop Warren A Candler of the Methodist Episcopal Church of Georgia was agreed upon as the third arbitrator In tho dispute between the Georgia Railroad Company and Its firemen Tho State encampment of United SpanishAmerican War Veterans will bo held at Newport July 2 3 and 4 Two hundred members of the military order of tho Serpent Lima Ohio will participate in the parade The Kentucky Heating Company was awarded 75000 damages in its suit against tho Louisville Gas Company ut Elizabcthtown A judgment of 60000 was given at the first trial but was reversed by tho court of Appeals Frederick U Went former cashier of the West Virginia Bank was found guilty in Criminal Court at Clarksburg W Va of making false entries in the books of the bank Tho punishment is from two to ten years in tho penitenti ary A monument to the private Confed crate soldiers was unveiled at Centen nial Park Nashville Tcnn Saturday in the presence of an immense crowd of people Judge S F Wilson of the State Civil Court of Appeals was the orator of the day No indictments have been found against John Smith and Elisha John son arrested in connection with tho at tempted assassination of Ed Callahan in Drcathitt county It was claimed the evidence was insufficient Tho special grand jury stood 6 to 6 The jury was discharged ExState Senator Alex H Hargls formerly of Jackson but now a resident of Lexington has purchased the gener al merchandise Store residence and other real estate of his brother the late Judge James Hargis at Jackson The price paid for tho property is said to be about 65000 Dr Lenox Newman aged 22 years son of Dr A M Newman who was killed in the street fight at Meadville Miss Monday is dead at Natchez Ho is the third victim of Mondays tragedy Herbert Applewhite who was wounded in tho fight is at the Natchez sanitari recQverYIJcr took a binder into his wheat field and after a short run the machine be came choked up and upon investigation he found that a large chicken snake had wound itself around tho canvas rollers and three good mules could not I move them After removing the can yes the snake was unwound and meas ured four and ono half feet in length The cleverest imitation of real Coffee over yet made Is Dr ShootsI Health Coffee It la fine In 1Iavort and la made in just one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made from pure parched grains malt nuts eta Sample free Penny a DrugStore i HUSTONVILLE McCormack Myers oft Vaughn sent a car load of lambs to Louisville Satur day at 6Jc L C Dunn has returned from being treated by a specialist in Louisville His greatly Improved Wheat harvesting Is in full blast now and many think their crop will be short er than they expected Some crops however are fine Dr A W Cain of Somerset hat sold the Wright farm of 187 acres to A J Weddlo aUDS Mr Weddle also bought the growing crop and all the stockUp to Sunday evening thero had been 13 additions to the Baptist church dur lag the present meeting Services will continue until Thurday night All in vitedEleven innings were necessary Sat urday to decide the ball game between Hustonvllle and Junction City here Saturday the latter winning by a score of 7 to 5 A Dutch watch peddler disposed of 23 cold watches here Thursday in a few hours and went his way rejoicing The price was about half of what the standard price on a good watch is H F Waller and wife and Dowd Mc Carley wife and son William returned via Memphis to their home in Oko lona Miss after a months stay with relatives here and other Central Ken tucky towns The republican committee of this Senatorial district has ordered a con vention to be held here on July 19 for the purpose of nominating a candidate for State Senator The meeting will bo called to order at 1 p M in Alcorns Opera House Mr Artie Green of Bell county and Miss Nellie Burk daughter of E C Burk of Jumbo were married at the home of D C Sipple Rev Clarence J Sipplo of London performing tho ceremony After a bridal tour they will return to Bell county to make their homo En route to see a patient on Green river last week Dr Alcorn misjudged tho depth of back water and mud that overed the road near the river Getj ing to the danger point ho turned torso back to shore and by heroic ef torts escaped He will likely remember his experience for a tong time Daylight thieves entered the house of- G W Mooro Sunday while tho family was at church and took a small amount of money two sides of bacon and a ham With the keys which they foundI in tho house they unlocked the house where they secured the meat They coolly replaced the keys land the robbery was not discovered until Mon day or the bloodhounds would have been put on the trail Jerry Adams and wife left last week for McKinney and other points in Tex as for a visit with relatives Lottie Bell and Louise Cook of Knoxville ar ilved to visit their grand parenta Mr and Mrs A B McKinney Mrs Nan nie Owens has returned to her home in Raliegh N C Misses Kathleen Mc Kinney and Roso Sandidgo spcntn most delightful week at tho hospitable home of Mr and Mrs W S McKinney Miss Elizabeth Wesley and mother of Great Bend Kan are visiting relatives in the West End It H Givens has re turned to Biloxi Miss after a two weeks vacation spent withllhfa fattier and other relatives Dr Josiah Jones of Monticello Is spending a few weeks with his niece Miss Julia Stagg and other relatives It has been lover 20 years since his last visit here where he was born and educated His many friends and class mates are congratu lating him on his success in his chosen profession lion Clay Godbey of Liberty spent Friday and Saturday with his parents Mr and Mrs E J God bey Women Who Are Envied Those attractive womun who aro lovely In face form and temper are the envy of many who might bo like them A weak sickly woman will be nervous and Irritable Constipation or Kidney poisons dhow In pimples blotches skin eruptions and a wretch ed 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 Ing women owo their health anti beauty to them OOc at Pennys Drugstore The governor pardons before trial a Marshall county man giving as his rea son that tho man had assisted in sup pressing night riding As tho indictment was for flourishing a deadly weapon In a public place It is not alto gether plain just what Influence the performance had StateJournal fir sit Preventics those Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely an 1 quickly check all colds and the Grip Try them once I and sees 4822o old by Penny Drugstore u Swnrner t Styles s f A Monarch Shirts ii 1 Linen Collars III 11r lw GUARANTEED HOSIERY nt New colors + t+++++++++++++f++4 ++ CumminsS Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY r Now is The Time for Lawn Mowers Hay Rakes- Hay i Forks Mowing Blades Ice Cream Freezers Fruit Jars Gar den Hose Sprinklers Binder TwineiHarvesting Oil c Call on W H HIGGINS a Stanford Kentucky revUse r Arnolds Buggiesf There is nothing better We paint Old Ve hicles and make them look like new Getlour prices Wesolicit your trade RM ARNOLD DANVILLE KY RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time Title can bo accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with tho benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special FarrILine rate If are not at enjoying telephone service we KentuckyTTenneeeee IlliuoisEASTTENNESSEE TEL TEL CO IWCORPOHATRD a i u The Interior Journal Eo c WALTON MORE TAXES SUGGESTED The president asks Congress in special message to incorporate in II tariff bill a provision to tax the ings of corporations and adopt a resol tion looking to an amendment of tr constitution to permit the levying an income tax without Interferen- from the States As both of these arc new propositions for revenue it should s be remembered that they would not bo t necessary in these piping times of peace butfor the criminal extravagance of the party in power With the tariff being revised upward instead of downward as Mr Taft explained that that plank of the platform meant but which Aldrich and his coconspirators now say it did not mean it seems to bo the heighth of audacity to call for other sources of revenue but the profligacy of Congress demands it and tho people go on like dumb driven cattle accepting everything that is done and raising no protest no matter what is put upon them They had a chance last Novem ber to return to an economically admin istered government They threw it away and by a majority vote reiterated confidence in tho G 0 P If tho ma jority alone had to suffer for their par tys reckless extravagance it would ball e right but unfortunately tho rest of us poor devils get it in the neck worse than they Mayhap in the sweet bye andbye tho people will awaken to danger of keeping the republican part too long in power THE death of Miss Lizzie Haldeman daughter of CoL and Mrs W B Hal deman of Louisville is peculiarly sad She was touring Europe with her parents and while in Paris was taken with what proved to be appendicitis An operation was performed and she died from the effects of It She was 22 years of ago and her death occurred on IItheanniversary of her birth Those who visited Crab Orchard Springs where her parents spent their summe 10 or 15 years ago will remember bright and pretty little girl who always responded when asked her name Miss I Lizzie and every body called her soy She grew into a beautiful woman and was the joy of her doting parentsThelr visit to the Old World was planned for several months yet but they have al ready started on their mournful trip home with the body of their loved one May the good Lord console and com fort them EVERYBODY who has visited the Ex ecative building at Frankfort for the last 50 years till the advent of Willson remembers the polite old darkey who guarded the doors either of the audi tors or governors offices He was as well known and almost as favorably as the occupant of the offices he served l The old Negros name was Jas Cole man and he is dead He was a demo crat and the failure of his party to land is said to have hastened his death He was one of the old time Negros now so rapidly disappearing the motes the pity Gov Beckham and other exoffi cl l Attended the funeral of their old friend THE Live Stock Association of Ken tucky in special session gave hearty en dorsement to the Croan dog tax law which has proved a boon to sheep raise ers and helped the cause of education u largely besides The only utterance in Gov Willsons first message to the Legislature which was not veiled in a superabundance of verbiage and ambi guity was I recommend the repealof the dog tax law Like many of his other recommendations the body prop 41 erly ignored that one and with the growing popularity of the law we hope P and believe ifhas come to stay COME to think pf it Mrs Howard Gould wasntso extravagant after all in the matter of dress She only spent- a little over 100 a day every day in the year for it and while she says she never wore the same dress the second time 56 1atthe same place she wore some of at other places once a piece As it ie exceedingly bad form to wear the deservest5MR BRYAN says he does not desire to be a candidate for the Senate nor dOM he expect to be preferring to do IiMiringliko to see him adorn that body to preach pure and undefiled democracy Perhaps Mr Bryans absence of desire Ietoi to the Senate is the knowledge of x the fact that he would as a rule cast Ills pearls before swine TUB Lexington Leader is a credulous r Willsonftksuccessor to the deceased democratic f the railroad commission If t anyone will point out a case wherein n our rabidly nonpartisan governor with 1f his mouth has ever acted except in a h partisan manner ho will please march prizeft TUB story that tb yare building a mammoth hone for drunkards in Maine i doubtless a very weak invention of the enemy 0 iJOo As the State Journal predicted there was no indictment found in the attempt ed assassination of Ed Caliahan in Breathitt The summoning of a grand jury Judge Adams onslaught on the press In his charge and tho effort to make believe that the criminal should tsbe discovered and punished were all outside public consumption appar allhaa n I county more ever BrostCQheIevery man devil take the hindmost SENATOR ALDRICII trying to mako I the people believe again that in putting high duties on clothing and other nec essary articles the foreign manufact urera and importers are paying them but this exploded absurdity cant bo worked any longer The consumer is catching on from strong object lessons that ho pays tho duty as well as the freight while the trusts rake in the profits WE do not want to subject ourselves to the charge of contempt of court bu it looks very much to a layman that ou highest State court is b t dodge the issue or delay the evil long as possible by adjourning till SeptJ 20 without deciding the State Commission after the caso had been hereto it so long There seems to be a good deal of politics in the question AFTER a thorough investigation e conditions tho National House fixed the- duty on print paper at 2 a ton Senatyt split the difference by making it 4 a ton The paper trust which has bee gouging the life out of the publishers continues its grip on tho leaders of the Senate THE court of appeals reversed the Mercer county circuit court awarding Col Jack Chinn 2500 for the wrongful use of his picture and name recom mending a certain patent medicine We suppose this is on the ground tha musek A MAN named Lord married a woma named Helper in Kansas and the poperg headed the notice LordHelper Tha would bo a good head for most of the nearlyralways gets the worst of it and ace the Lord to Helper THERE were 309 deaths and 259 births in Louisville last month Supposing there is no outsider to settle this willI the Times kindly figure out for an anx ious subscriber when the Falls City will become a barren and depopulated waste AN Atlanta woman went to jail as hostage for her pet dogs good behavior She doubtless belongs to the class of female perverts who wouldnt do theI same thing for their own child Tan death of Railroad Commissioner McD Ferguson gives Gov Willson a chance to make a very weak body still weaker by the appointment of another republican CBNTRAD CITY bee n oltiwrn named Raney Day and Murray one named Ra ney Wells The recent weather must have suited them to a T- POLITICAL William Lorimer of Illinois took the oath of office and becamo United States clThefor the summer after acting on 313 cases or 13 less than last term The constitutionality of the Sullivan school bill passed by tho last Legisla ture was sustained by tho court of ap bByadopted the Finance Committees amendment fixing a duty of S4 a ton on print paper McD Ferguson member of the Kendlw tacky Railroad Commission died at his home at LqCenter of diabetes He was years oldalDr James P Wise was given the certificate of nomination for Kenton countys coroner by the Democratic County Committee defeating Dr J P Riffe formerly of this county In our mention of the republican primary a in Pulaski we stated that Frank pforjTheupon the constitutionality of the State Racing Commission Saturday as ex w tttoSenator Lorlmer of Illinois was made chairman of the Senate Commit toe on Expenditures in the Navy Department of and appointed to membership- of the Committees on Manufactures Pacific Islands and Porto Rico and Pri invatssphas576 in payment for his expenditures in WilliamRandolph last election The bill although item ized is said to be the first that has passed the finance department in years without vouchers toshow exactly how the ironey was IDeal e J SUftVEYIKl AND CIVIL EHf lMEEAING of surveying nml civil engineering promptly My wor will be guaranteed and ray prices nre rea seeable Write me nt or taU me lIultonvllleExcbongeWALTER McKlNNEY CHESTER S This ton of Chester Daro will make the InllustonvllleDKdCKirriox AND rEuioiirK Ho la black with star In forehead lit hands high charncterltllofthethesterR horse andaprotrnbreeder Ileehimbetor o booking your antes if you are looking for n Hltet111yChesterItlppybyMambrlllo Chief JNOOIANX llustonvllle Ky FARM foR SALE I 188 acres of which about lib nro in grass excellently improved abun dantly supplied with unfailing water 4 miles from Lexington courthouse poehesaiono Lexington Ky FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE 1 onfsouth of lAID coateI containing 300 acres beingtresidenceegood new burn 40x00 Well watered six runntngtllrougb andnpaidPersons plaee please write or tee W O WALKER Htanford At McKinney Ky You can nnd our Standard Remedy the reatertbfoodandlivermedlclneyetknowndlncasoot ney Trouble and all diseases arising from Impure blood It has no equal It Is manu factured under the pure food net of June IttM and guaranteed by the manufacturer 11 I taken Accontlng todlrectfons tandif he or she Is not benellted by the use moneyWecontains 3M dotes with a registered guaran tee and moiling card with fulllntfuctloni ren J5 Bettorordera box today K taken In billt ing Instructions nnd are not benefited you get your dollar back You will not nnd the remedy In drug stores for sale It agentsd9 Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Kyi Undertakers and Embalmers We carry an uptodate line of goods The perfectionof real estate all that is beautiful and in country life in uding locality soil and improvements is in a farm of 3S acres adjoining the thriving town of Dryantsville Ky- and near the famous Camp Dich Robinson farms which sell at over Jloo per ache There are three tracts with dwellings and improvements on each suitable for threw families desiring to locale on adjoining farms or if bought one patty two houses could be occu ied by tobacco tenants The best equipped barn in the county is on the premises having water supplied by a windmill The floors are QuIlt as resi flooring the stalls are large and constructed machinery for cutting feed being run by ad engine Stock scales and a large tobacco barn among other improvements The land lies well and is of a high grade well fencedwell watered a portion of It being matted with blue grass in gently undulating pastures Most pf tho land has been kept in grass and will easily raise lsoo pounds of hemp lSoo poundscf tobacco 60 to 75 bushels of corn Such soil is the basis oIall value and the large profit which It yields on the investment ex why capital is seeking real estate being not only the best but the safest investment This together with the farm products proves that good real estate priceBesides a home locality and surroundings render it ore or less valuable Good roads good schools churches and good morals are important factors in determining the value 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 value of this property It lies on a lendid turnpike for a distance of about mile the community consists of the highest grade of citizenship the people Harry Jacobs healer in and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monuments Markers and Posts Cemetery find Lawn MoKinney RED LEAF KentuckyTempleHlru of lien llur winner of grand chain won mornbllthprlCtdKentuckyIttone or Jlltt cnili at time or service K KoonDAun Ilnrrotlsaunf K- CONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of con creting at Work Pavements tromhouleyou and guarantee Ilr tclan prlcelbtlforPHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco urns Nothing But Insuranco Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone net Office ts Insure with mo and bo fully protect- edSafeguard the Future 1 The safest surest and most adequate safeguard for the future U a policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It Is conspicuous for economical management liberality of III policy contracts lairdealing with Us members and large returns to policy holders The company Is lust entering tho SIXTY FOURTH YEAR ot A successful business career with more tbanUpurilceUngletating ago and whether mar KM NKWfvANl etaJ rlau8tntonl1JomnI Solicitor for Itockciutte Co King Eagle Jr KInmKngtobyHtonewallJlollle Mounts SMI was by the noted sire Indllnanidnmmark 45 Ubdum hyJlut lIellTborouChllhd MollienrennonsbobyOldbrennon per nottout anti runs bae + to Orockcll olddarkweightIsmlbsnnd IpredIthIs a splendid breeder lie will make thueo ofWnygesure a living colt tJaeberesurance and the money becotnesduent such trnnuictlon be taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should nnyoo cur Phone In residence Woyncsburg Far men Exchange BOXR Three Ideal Farns In One therebyInsuring largelyto exceedinglyhospitable ieafwlnneri of Oryantsville which has a thriving bank uptodate merchants a good school and a church of large membership that town being about 9 miles from Lancaster the county seat of Garrard County on the Lexington pike The enterprise of the citizens in section is further mani fested by the fact that they are preparing nryanlsIcertain 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 ThisIhas 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 same distance from a railroad for it gives cheaper rates and better facilities for transportation to market of all farm pro ducts and live stock Ian be shipped from one head up to a boat load 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 Jtjoo per acre and yet it I+ offered at too per acre as a whole if sold at once ofanand we will divide it to suit purchaser and make price on what he wants according to location improvements quality and quan tity MORE OPPORTUNITIES Yes we have themfarm landsla dif ferent localities off the pike and on the pikeImproved and unimproved 60 acres ton acres 200 acresany number of acres you wantfrom 35 per acre to Sloo per acre We can nuit you Try us All bargains of a lifetime 600 acres extra goOO266 acres superior land highly im proved 35 acres extra good near Paint Lick fine residence and three tobacco priceNoa farm write us or come to see us0 HUGHES SWINEBROAD LANCASTER KY j lIri tt A r T ot rlli i H b RtVRY j 1a You pleasure Seekers and Travelers Look t at our stock of rra1K1ksII I any size from 26 to 40 inches and as many grades In SUIT CASES we feel we beat them all A beautiful light weight yet strong Ladies Suit Case for iintrimmed for 500 Our Cases at 75010 and 1250 are ideal products The strappings locks and linings are as good as money buy See them in our window now H J McROBERTSISTANFORD KENTUCKY i1 ECa EitCEe aEr IPrescription Pointers aIEmI m mItis customary for every druggist to claim be but in prescription work toaGood claim but we cant all be but hme ipcrlencc the goods the equipment the ex tm PENNYS DRUG STORE 1Stanford Kentucky 8S eBl GEORGE FARRIS Stanford tl INSURANCE Aa B MAHONY Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything EverywherE Light Tornado LifeLive StockHealth and Accident Plate Glass Surety on Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which diFcountY Ia f I OUR AWN FEIKE is a lees expensive and better fence than wood More ornamental dura r bio and a time saver as you need saw hammer and nails to keep it repair notCall at our store sea the fabrio and gates and let us show I the low prices on a good fence job H Rheumatism a J I tare tewl a trte M tested sa sl Nol nsedy Uat will ssrafiSteatS OMefted 6e y ROWtM laNosJi3Yar II Vot I e- Die BS ol i A t 6ro Bjrwlh s eChTkr flocst uiDatsa4 J I t many case of Rheumatism but BOW M lastam4 I core all curable ease 0 tts k much dreaded disease Tbot sandIlk irmn waste found la IthIlUmU Blcod seem todls fe and pus un er the action of this raced ufreely udoes r whan added to saps water then when dlwolred these poisonous wastes freely PAN from the system and the ariaRh umui Is gone forever real need no actual excuse to 1U1f1t08 ofLtwtbalf WMUand laoeafldaao r Dr Shoo S i f 1 RhemedyPENNYS I s L rI tLic3l o f e j Goods to Stanford We must make room for it consequently ofCorbin stock Drywill move ourJULY 1st we fullisAbout and Shoes Our store will offer some splendid attractions in CUT PRICES on Dry Goods Carpets of the very we best merchandise and at Cut Prices You should not fail to seize this buying opportunity r SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY T I The Interior Journal Clt STANFORD KY JUNK 22 1009 I ICE CKEAM soda water at Penny after Drug Store PERSONALSs MRS W S WARREN is very low DR It L DAVISON lI in CovIngtonJ U JEsse F COOK of Lexington wass here thta week ESTIU Goon of KloKivlHo is withed Matter Mike McCarty MR JOHN W DROWN of Mt Vcrp non was here Sunday MIBS EDITH MOORE of Parkavlllo Iswi with Mrs J W Ireland Mist SALLIE COOK arrived Friday from IltUbiirg to volt her alitcra here MRS NEWMAN DIRK and children of Owentboro are with her brothers heroJ Miss VIRGINIA BOURNE le at home rfrom Huntln ton W Va for a vacaI MRS It R GENTRY and little NancyI Hunn are visiting relative In FrankC8 i of fortMiss BETTIB WALTER of Hubble was the guest of Mill Annie Mao Milw burnMiss JosErniNE SANDIDGE of the r West End is with Millersburj relaS tins Miss CORA NUNNELLEY of the Turn emillo section U with friends at Richh mond D J C KERR of Wichita Kas was tho guest of hik brother at Cook Springs PROF J W IRELAND is attendin- the educational convention at Eetl Springs MR JASON WESLEY wlfo and baby hero Saturday for a of Liberty wero few hours 8 D AND F M YOWELU of Huiton vllle have been in town Washington Cor Courier Journal JAMES F BRADY has a good positio- nn Crutcher Starks big Rents fur nithing atore In Louisville 4Mas MARY J ADAMS and daughter Miss Adams are with Mrs U W Keenon at Harrodsburg Miss KATIIERINE BRONAUOH returned to Lexington Friday after a delightful visit to Mrs J F Holdm Miss ROBERTA OBANNON returned Friday night from college nt Oxford OrherashsKradastcd wIth honors MR AND MRS W A MODERLY and little daughter Gladys and Mrs J soph Swope of Knoxville Tcnn an vUltlng Mr A W Barker and family AdvocateMR L DAWES who has been traveling In Western Kentucky spent Saturday and Sunday with th homefolks here MR G J BotlON who has been iting relatives in Wayno and friends In tho West End left Friday for his horn In Temple Texas I liON BRECKINRIDOE JONFs and Mia Mary D Jones and Mr Dan Jones of St Louts arrived Saturday to visit Mr and Mrs J B Foster MR SIM RAINES and daughter Mist J Ollie Raines left Friday for Pittaburg t Pa to be at the bedside of his daugh- ter4 Mrs Florence Alsupp who Is a ill MB8DAMB8 ANNIE ENGLE IAN d Settle Bush go to Ashland today tc t assist Mrs Charles J Kitchen Jr prepare her home to go to housekeep- I IngMRS JOSIE INMAN and daughter Miss Rebecca Inman of Trinidad Col and Meedarnee Rebecca McCarty and W T Davis of Plneville are with Messrs WL and J M McCarty Muse CLARA COOPER returned Friday from Scranton Pa where she t the past year She has accepted a tering otTer to teach In tho New t State School for the Deaf next year AGENT J S RICE of this place attended the L N Agents and t countants Convention at Louisville I i week He was the delegate from this division They werohandaomely enter I faired at the Seelbach JUDGE M C SAUFLEY was hero on business Wednesday Mrs W 111 Shanks of Stanford was the guest of Mrs J R Mount Friday Mr Den L Kennedy of Lincoln was with Lancaster relatives Tuesday Mrs Nevin Car- terx and little daughter Lucile of Lin 1coin county are with her cousin lyre F P Friable Miss AnnIe Mae Mil burn who hw been with relaivea here returned to her home In Stanford- Iaaea1tar Record MRS H C BAUGIIMAN is very ill MRS P P NUNNELLEY Is quite III MRS Via OWENS visited Junction MRS relatives JAMES CARRICO is visiting thoJ family of W II Brady Time H SHANKS is in Texas look In some landed interests MRS J J SPEARS of tho Moreland you continues very sIckceMR GEOROE L CARPENTER of the West Fnd continues very ill Miss AGNES RUSSELL of Moroland to visiting friends at WllmororoMR AND MRS R M Newland visit l relatives at Richmond last weeK MR W A ARNOLD of Lancaster through to Louisville Saturday MR JOE GREENBEIIG of Louisville It his brother EmU Greenberg here I MR A R DENNY and Duncan of Lancaster were yesterdayI MRS MARY MCAFEE of Baltimore attended the burial of her uncle Mr T Robinson Miss ESTHER WALKER of Garrard with her aunt Mrs Pattlo Denny continues ill MR AND MRS J R MOUNT of Lan spent Sunday with the family Mr II J McRoberts DR JACKSON GIVENS of Pittsburg down Sunday to see his sister Mrs of Pattlo Denny who continues very ill Miss LUCILE COOPER arrived at home She taught the year put In the Idaho School for the Deaf at Boise WEAREN HAIL who has been with grand parents Mr and Mrs Geo Wcarcn left for his homo at Kansas1this City Sunday- S MR J II OTTEU and family went to Louisville yesterday to attend tho mar 1rlalto of their son Mr R D Otter to on Grace Russell on the 23rd MRS J S Rice who has been wither I mother at Cave City for some time has returned home She left Mrs Gar nett somewhat improved in health LOCALS 11CLOTIIES French cleaned Cook FOR twine call on T D Newland WEDDING and graduating presents of quality at Muellers TRY WilkinsonSingleton country killed beef pork and mutton BEDDING plants are now ready and we aro ready to put them out Ed HubI bard 0OR SALE Cow Pealand Germs millet seed C C Carpenter Huston vllle I A 30 oturiioriiONB and 10 good rec ords for sale for 15 E H Farmer Stanford IsSUIT SINGLETON tells that the colored Institute has been changed to July 12th THERE will be an ice cream supper at Willow Grove school house Wednesday evening Admission IGc TAxrvsThotax books for 19QO are now ready Come in and get your ro celpt T J Hill sheriff LOST between Morelandpoatomc Iteand M W A halts 25 in bills Finder will please keep 5 and givemo then balance C K McClure Moreland THE wife of Mr J W Brooks ia dead at Los Angeles Cal Mr Brooks is a Ion of Mrs S E Brooks of Crab Orch ard and his wife was a native of CIa cinnati MBSSRS KRUttcttLFR who are building the Lincoln county court house were awarded tho contract to build the 15000 Baptist church at tSprlngl1eld IrIF you aro behind on your eubscri p tlon to this paper vvo ask as an especial favor that you send or hand in a remit sttance right away Please take this tc if you are in arears I I ON about July 1st Severance Son will move their stock of dry goods shoes etc from Corbin to their ford store and in the mean timo they aro offering some great bargains Thoy need room and their goads must go ROBBED WilliamJohnson of Way nesburg was the victim of highway robbers He was en route from Wood stock to Waynesburg when the holdup occurred Mr Johnson was knocked down and severely beaten by his assail ants who secured 100 in cash t F TALK with Miss Ella Mae Saunders about that delightful and cheapAlgonneJ Island trip coat w11sellFOR tho next 30 days go ranum and all kinds of pot plants at fITilE fair is justamonth ore Are but doing your part to make it a sue If not get busy plTileCincinnati Sunday at 175 for the Train leaves depot here at A M BIDS for the surplus milk of the Stan ford creamery will be received to 8nd including June 30 II J McRobcrts secretarysFOR RENT Best verystable i n Crab Orchard Near depot and convey for lent to traveling public Hotel Leon Crab Orchard Ky for MONDAY next 28th will bo tho first day of the Rockcaatle circuit court and the editor of this paper hopes to meet many of his friends and patrons there that dayAITHOSE wishing the eye medicine formerly prepared by Dr I S Burdett Crab Orchard can secure it from his wife who has all of the doctors prescriptions A vaudeville 11 ladlesSI and gentlemen will hold the boards at Alcorns Opera House at HustonvilleIcase week Doors open at 8 oclock Usual prices in LOST pocket book containing day book note look bank book and check Will Monk Will give 10 for tho rethrn of the book and its contents Singleton Bros Crab Orchard WE have lust employyed expertA plumber and tinner from the city andCI congratulate ourselves that we have two of the best workmen in the State We guarantee our work W K War nero AT a meeting of the Kentucky Pharmaceutical Association held atCerulean Springs last week Mr George L Pen nyof this place was elected president a high honor worthily bestowed Mr Penny did not attend the meeting and did not solicit the office UNSUCCESSFUL attempts were made to burglarize tho homes of Messrs George B Cooper and J L Bessley during the last fow nights Our people should sleep with one eye open for awhile and give the scoundrels a hot re ception if they keep up their deviltry RAVE you seen the now line of WhltI maul and ferns for ferneries at thi Stanford Greenhouse Also the very best bedding plants Geraniums fron 50c per dozen up Special attentioi given to cut flower orders Lena L Hampton Florist Logan Ave Stan ford fi SECRETARY CUMMINS of tho Stan ford fair has gotten out some very at tractive advertising for the fair to bo held here July 21 22 and 23 This promises to be the biggest and but ex hlbition of all previous fairs The premium list was raised several hun dred dollars by the directors Get your stock ready and make this the banner year for the Association REPUBLICAN CONVENTION The Republicans of Lincoln county are hereby called to meet in mass convention at the court house in Stanford Ky on Saturday July 17 at 1 oclock p M for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend the convention to be held in Hustonville Ky on July 19 1909 for the purpose of nominating a republican candidate for Senator for this the 18th Senatorial District to bo voted for at the coming November election This June 17th 1909 G D Florence secy R L Davison chm Tim voting contest conducted Messrs Perkins Moore shoe dealers to ascertain who was the most popular teacher in the city schools closed urday Rov C K Dickey was edelt noIn and the box in which tho tickets been deposited wan opened and he coded to count the votes The showed that Miss Virginia Warren had n total of 806 votes 60 majority over her nearest competitor and she was awarded the prize a very handsomo book case a useful and elegant of furnitureMiddleabnro Record Miss Warren is of Mr and- re A A Warren and lived here until some five or six years ago a LIODEY cut glass at Mueller- sLosTA brown and green striped between Hebron and Walnut Flat Return to this office A MAN The B Dewhurst- formerly of Ottenhelm this county now a large dealer in toys bicyclesI automobiles etc at Lexl 3000 damages for selling his son a toyI with which he made a dangerous in his hand There will hardlyI anything come of it except a possible compromise by Dewhurst to save court costs To MAMMOTH CAVE Lincoln county excursion to Mammoth Cave from all stations July 21st on regular morning trains by Paris and Latonia A threo days trip to the worlds greatest wonder 12 65 Tickets include the railroad fare board at hotel and tho several routes through the Cave also ono night a dance or social at hotel Return limit 10 days see L Nagent To THE PENDeputy Sheriff Lee lUll and Messrs W A Carson and Pence took the four prisoners t Frankfort penitentiary Friday that were convicted at the last term of the Lincoln circuit court Theyare Miller Broaddus 10 years for stealing Green Kavanabgh three years for forgery Tom Benge two years for forgery and Rothwell one year for shooting TilE court of appeals decided in the of James E Daugherty against E- P Mason candidates for county clerk Harrison county that the action of the county committee is supreme He filed contest against Mason who was declared the nominee Daugherty con tended in the suit which he brough against the committee that ho had not been treated fairly but the Court of decided that the action of ti- ounty committee must stand ROBINSON Ono of the best and most substantial men in Lincoln count passed from life unto death when Mr Thomas J Robinson of Hustonville breathed his last at an early hour Fri day morning He had not been feeling well for a few days but no one thought his condition serious and his sudden death was a shock to the entire community in which he lived and in which ho was highly respected Neuralgia o f the heart is believed to have caused his demise Mr Robinson was born In Garrard on Feb 23 1813 and just 40 years ago he married Miss Minnie Kauffman of that county Ho came to the West End of Lincoln about the time of his marriage and at once bo came identified with the business Inter Bata and people of that section For many years ho had been a member 01 the Christian church and for nearly 10 years ho served as deacon treasure elder or clerk of his church He took great interest in church work and up to his last days was a regular attends of the Sunday school Deceased was as good a business man as ho was a clt izen and ho left a largo estate B- Odes farming and trading some in livestock Mr Robinson was vicepresider and a director of the National Bank of Hustonville and he took great Interest in that institution He will be sadly missed in church and business circles as well as by many friends and relative- he had no children but his widow is left to feel the loss of a devoted companion of years and much sympathy is felt for her Mr Robinson was an uncle Mrs J B Paxton of this place her father Mr A C Robinson is the last member of the large and tial family of that name Rev W Willis preached a touching funeral mon at the late home at 930 morning after which the remains were laid by tho side of his brothers and sis tera in tho Lancaster cemetery Thi McKlnnty Wooltn Mill JYMcKlnnlY Ky Ie now In operation and U ready to wrvc tho ubilo In Jfunn Ilnlel- It llanketa Flannel Yarns Ito will eltbti rork wool or exchange some l for It High market price for lidoOHAVIUailTPror dtSmall Farm For Sale I I deilro to tell privately my farm of e aoroln Lincoln county seven mite Iron- anford and two miles from Maywood 01 rod road Ji mile from In good neigh orhood clune to church rural route and y from ohool houw Land all very pro cemile farm In grnu balance In cultl atlons nil under good fence Uomfortnbli cure of six new barn and all other utbuldlngi Abundanceofllnowaterand- nit of all kindsd T L1VING9TON- It F DNo Jl3tanford Ky f L R Hughes T W HumbleW O Martind 10 Per Cent Discount 1s Until further notice we will sell any article in our store at- i 1Q Per Cent Qff We will give TWENTYFIVE PER CENT OFF ta any Skirt left in our house Also quite n number of odds and ends and remnants that go at cost and less than cost This is strictly ncost proposition If you want to save money this is J your opportunity i HUGHES MARTIN CO y I ItSTANFORD 1 w American Field Fence 3 J- I Strongest and Best A Car I Just Received V f wv r fR ry The Price is Lowery jv JJ22iU W E Perkins Crab Orchardl Cfte Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3800000 Resources 34000000 SSH SHANKS PRESIDENTS W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER TELLER H C CARPENTERBO- OKKEEPEROdfDREOTORSI Geo W Carter Stanford 1 John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T CRan Skin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W i iyBCummins Preachersville Lilburn i Gooch Gilberts Creek c Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE w t 1inLancaster Stanford Hustonville I and Brodhead H B NORTHCOTT Stanford C 4 J The Interior Journal MrWredin the POftOJlu at Stanford M ndel matter i j L a N TINENoJI South ltt6 r x No ai south 118 A x n Not4Nortb4UOA u No North P X No 711047 A x 1 f NoIS 40pst JOS S ftICEAgent FOR SALE I 5 horsepower boiler and engine nnd saw mill for sale Will sell either or both OIIAS ExsittN Ottenhelm Ky Pottofflce AVnynesburg Ky r Stock of Merchandise for Sale 1 desire to sell privately my stock of Gro ceries and Hardware a good bust ness Will Invoice about S6ob lleason 111 health GEO D 1IOPPEH Stanford Ky t A S PRICEjSurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store inJ the Owaley Building Eczema is Curable ZEMO a identlflc preparation tot external use Stop Itching and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema quickly and is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine All Druggists Write for sample E W Rose Med Co Sit Louis MOo Pennys Drug Store When Ordering Clothes Have your taken n tailor of ex Tbunyourelothewhetheralow- price business suit or clothes will have that Individuality and nt wblcb plainly Indicate they were made to yourineasure 1 will also take your meal for trousers fancy vests top coats and overcoats Spring and Summer sample on hand ready for your Inspection IL O RUPLEY The Tailor Stanford Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zcmo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form jf Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis M- oGL PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I The farm of HO acres of good blue grass land lying one mile North of McKtiineyon the Stanford pike Improvements and good of water fruitfencing acres of timbered land one rallo East of McKlnney half under fence plenty of water and good tobacco land See grow ngcrop JAGIVBNHABentMcKinney CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the publicwith the best as well as the freshest of cut flowers of all kinds bulbs flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths lor for funeral purposes In connection above I have all kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prices OlI1tISTSJAN OItEEN IiOCTRES ED UunuAiin Papa Stanford Ky YOURHIDESMIIFURS Tatters Tailor letswir Clastag Golden Seal Yellow Root etc We are Dealers and can do better for than ajenti or comolulon merchlnts- Reference Bank in Louisville r Write for wordy rce rut and ship ptc tap Wefwnnhwoolbags free M 8ABEL SONS ESAuaHCDINIISI- ZZ9 Ellnlet St LOUISVILLE KY JLBeazleyCo p Undtrtaicera and Embalm In Abo Dealers in Fur niture MattingsKugf They L will Exchange Furniture for aU Rinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right 6TAcFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary t r Undertaker Embalmer and Daaler In Harness addlery f STANFORD KY teao rllleI Home Pboi e C fe FARMERS DlPARTKlirT The Kentucky wheat crop a reported to have been seriously Injured by scale Tremere White shipped a earloadc of hogs they bought In Jessamine at 7c FOR SALE 25000 oak tobacco sticks a G Baugh Wayncabtirg R F DI No1 5 FOR SALEA few choice bucks and four fresh milk cowsJ H Newell Kldds Store Robt Rout sold a team of mules to Bonta of Harrodabiirg for500 Lan caster Record It is estimated that heavy rains have caused a loss of 250000 to farmers In Garrard county- G B Swlnebroad sold to J N Den ny a registered Jersey cow for 170 Central Record Will trade coal by the carload for hay or any kind of feed Write Laurel Feed Co London There was a small crowd at Danville yesterday and absolutely nothing doing in the cattle business Ike Shelby bought of Lucius Perkins fat cattle for September delivering 5c Ho also bought a pair of mules him V P Carter of Horse Cave sold his farm of 420 acres known as the Will Martin Wilson tract for 30000 He 21000 for It a few years ago and 15 years since it was bought for 10000 Worms are doing great damage to the rice in tho coastal country of Texas The farmers estimate that this sea sons rice crop will be heavy If the worms do not continue their destruc tionClell Coleman made several big pur chases of cattlo last week for July delivery He bought 43 1400poundera from John Dunn at 5Jc 75 from Robert Clemons Son at 5 and 5c and 30 from McGee Willis at 5 and 5c Harrods burg Herald Change at the House Things have changed at the White House since the departure of Theodore Not a single man has been put in the Ananias club since March 4 No advice has been given to the subject of the proposed number of children- in wellregulated families Undesirable citizens roam at large without fear- Controversies with nature fakirs are tabooedNo have been denounced by name of late No new commissions have been creat edThe Constitution is often referred to as the law of the land Chief Wilkie has not been asked to report the names of Congressmen not in harmony with the secret service No pugilists or wrestlers have hadI roundsrlth the Executive has sailed for Eu rope with peaco in his soul Bears down In the Mississippi swamps and in the Colorado mountains are get ting sassy Jim Tawney visits the White HouseBen Tillraan pokes his nose in there whenever he pleases Congress waits for the message that never comes A Thrilling Rescue How Bert R Lean of Cheny Wash was saved from a frightful death is a story to thrill the world A hard cold bo writes brought on a des perate lung trouble that balled an ox pert doctor here Then I paid 810 to 815 a visit to a lung specialist in Spa kane who did not help me Then I went to California but without bone fit At last I used Dr Kings New Discovery which completely cured mo and now I am as well as over For Lung Trouble Bronchitis Coughs dad Colds Asthma Croup and Whooping Cough Its supreme 50c and 81 Trial bottle free Guaran teed by Pennys Drug Store Will H Farley of Paducab son of State Treasurer Ed Farley is a candi date for appointment as State Railroad Commissioner First district to succeed McD Ferguson deceased Friends of Former Adjutant General Henry Law rence of Cadiz are urging him to ask for the office- Everyone would be benefited by tak ing Foleys Orlno Laxative for con stipation stomach and liver trouble as It Sweetens the stomach and breath gently stimulates tho liver and rage lutes the bowels and is much superior- to pills and ordinary laxatives Now Stanford Drug Co A W Falls a cotton factor of An nlston Ala fired on R Rfpley of Spartansburg S C when ho found tho latter at his homo with Mrs Falls Ripley was not wounded Both men were arrested Many of our citizens are drifting towards BrIghts disease by neglecting symptoms of kidney and bladder trouble which Foleys Kidney Remedy will quickly cure New Stanford Drug Co Paul Sigel father of Elsie Sigel the missionary worker whose body was found in Leon Lings room in New York Identified the corpse as that Isis daughter and body An earthquake shock demolished ity hall barracks and several houses- it Inod Canary Islands LL 1 J F HILLGraduate Optician Stanford Ky In M 0 Vnndeve ri store on Km Main street All work guaranteed Aba keeps In stock all oitoriuient of grapho phones and a lull line of records The Truth Every person in this city who is suf fcring from Eczema Pimples Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp dis case can find relief andbe permanent Iy cured by Zcmo a dean liquid fo external use All durggists cell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STOR- ENOTICE The MoKlnney Coal A Feed Co Is now prepared to supply the people with and grade or coal and any kind of the far B mers will take notice to the lot price those who will coal for wheal prices bushel ranging trop 9o to Wo these coals are all good fron mines on the L A N Railway KO GOOOU Mgr TYPEWRITERS FOR SALE fklndlFox Oliver Remington BmlthPremler etc thoroughly rebuilt and as good as new which I will sell very cheap sell reo It pairs on trial Call see themIM A JOHNSON Stanford Ky GEORGE HURtDraft Stallion at 010 to Insure a Liv log Colt Also a good Mule Jack at the same price and on same conditions- M S BAUOKMAK Stanford Ky JaNa DYEJeweler and Optician MKINNEY KENTUCKY Look up that old jeweler told you could not be repaired We will worK It Into nejr style Jewelry Old rings with tlltany mountings Best testedtree0 J SAMPSON will make the 19og season at my farm hereI I live U mile South of Stanford on the Somerset pike as 110 to Insure n living colt This young lacks colts won more In premium In lO7 and 1W8 than any jack Intthe county Ills two first colts have never been beaten In their class as colts and tar lings and look like winners for 1M They were shown at all local lair both years and at Lexington and Kentucky state Fair In IIOt Ills 19M colt was 1st winners at Ken tucky HtateKnlr and at several local fairs Some of his 1V07 1V08 and ISwB colts are on my farm to show for themselves JHBAUGHMA f Phone Stanford Ky CHESTER JEWEL My stallion Chester Jewel black Id hands high will make tho season of lure nt my stable four miles Writ of Crab Orchard at of Greek nt f16 to Insure u living colttHired lhester Dare lit dam by Jewel Tblsmiire Is thvdnmof n mare that sold for I5ouo rend dam Ioy Holmes Dronnon lrd dam Anna ltulord by Montlii 4th dam Beula by liottnn 6th dam by Epsilon fitb dam by Old Denmark 7th dam by Colyer Money due when colt Is fouled or marc traded or parted Marvs grazed nt 2M per month all 1IIIId before removal of marvs not responsible fur accidents or es capes JOHN Vf HOLMES Crab Orchard EI POSTEDWe whoso names appear below itrlctly forbid hunting ttshmgoranr kind of trel passing on our places end prosecute violator to the full extent of the law Miss Mottle Howes Itelcbenbach Bros Fred liaumann ATTrajrtor llltmrn ioocti N H Ilummer Will Hester It Nunnellcy J W ItauRbman J W Ieck J K Bruce Oarld Stevens Joh Oallltnllcb WmOordler Jinn Tra lor M D Elmore UotllliOllcK Kml Hnndorf J J Thompson 11111 Anderson J K Moser Mr and Mrs Jos II Ends A Kllnsn MriN J Hcrton JJ Klllott Mrs Geo Ixp n W It Uaulllolrty Frank Cordleq Rev Father Leo ItrOdlerry1- 11V H H llaugbuian Urlnh Albright A U Hoot Mrs Margaret Gooch Jacob lander Oeo O livens W HTniylor Ham Roberts John Jufer AmendHclincfer SLJIIohnenn KT Heailey AKMatheny LHOnrner MrsJIiOwdey- Sr J Morgan II L HT Harris it O Watkins JUHundley It HOrow Mrs Nannie H Good C K McOlure Anderson Oarr Anton Itonucker W M Ulshon Krrd VonGruenlgan T L 1Iougbl1aniMrs Knit Ador Nit It Carpenter W Kopati J F Moser John H Lee D Hevlers amp Aljonac Mich Summer Outing Under Personal Management of Ky Evening Gazette Lexington Ky Going July 2O 19O9 Special Train of Pullman Sleepers leaves Lexington 630 P M 2250 Covers the cost and includes trans portation both ways one entire berth in Sleeper and one full Vee sb it Camp Algonac Reservations Close July 12 Booklet Free fMiss Ella May Saunders eLocaiRepresentative Stanford KvntucKy u rn i 5f cis FOR SALE 1 1 I Large and email wheat corn and tobacco farms level rich end tree from ttouts targe residences and barns good railroad conneo tlons Jan otter a bargain at 16 to IM an nero Longtime payments ULAKLKY Bowling Green Ky 8aD CARTER New Livers Depot Stroot Phone DO STANFORD KENTUC- KYCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court J nl1arrl etc FUlntlfTi vs Kathryn Harris Defonilant Notice of Bale In obedience to a Judgment rendered In the above styled court and action at thi Slay term iwv the undersigned commli sloner will on MONDAY JULY It 1W9 county court day between the hours of 1 and S r x offer for sale at public outcry to and best bidder In front of tbe courthouse door in Stanford KY the hnua and lot lu Stanford Lincoln county Ky boumlMloii the North Main street or East b the W I1 Tate lot on the Soutd tinKestTKHM8 The sale will IM made on a creel of six months the purchaser will tie reo quired to give bond with good security lor purchase the commis bearing legal Interest from date of sale until having the force and effect of a Judgment and alto secured by lien or property sold- JAMES O UKID Special Oomr Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Olrtault Court George IlnlntlrTi rs Karl 81inp on etc Defendant Notice of Halo Pursuant to II Judgment rendered at the May term Dee In the alOe styled court and action the undersigned cnmmlsslonor will between the hours of 1 and t p M on MONDAY JULY irlKW county court day sell lit public outcry to the highest and best bidder In front of courthouse door In Hiitnfurd Ky tract of about 55 acres of land near drab Orchard In Lincoln count7l Krboundd on the North by O v on the East by the land of Mrs H M Kedd and JoUn Hunter on the Mouth by the land of 8 llroughton and on the West by Urougbtons lane being the same land owned by Samuel Llndw y at the time of his deathTFItUfiThe sale will be made on a cred of six months the purchaser will be re quired thepurchase wth wear ity for price payable to Com mlssloner percent Interest from of sale having the effect of a Judg and secured by lien J n IAXTOX M O I0 C- It II TomllntonAtty for 1lalnt- irtsCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court J W IVake EtcPlaintiffs va U F Cain Etc Defendants Notlc of tale In obedience to a Judgment rendered at the May term IW 91n the above styled court anti action tho undersigned coimnlsttontr will on MONDAY JULY Stti IWt county court ilny between the hours of 1 nnd i r xlu front of the courthouse door 1nStenfurd Kyofferforsnlontpubltaout to the h IIbclt and host bidder onll credll six months the tract of 1M acre of land on the waters ot Hanging orklIn Lincoln county Ky known as the Martin bounded on the North lands of bltblfrank on the lends of tho Dougherty help on the Houtb by the lands of Dan Moore anti Whltehouio and on the West by the land of U KCain Bud Martin nod JFlVak The sale will bo made for the purpose of dlrlilon The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security forLbe purchaio price payable to the Commission er bearing eroyntinterest from dntaifID e until 15 11 having the force and effect of a Judgment and also secured by lien on the J H PAXTOS x c Lo c o T J lUll Any for Plain- tiffCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Ham J Wllllamsetc Plaintiffs vs a II Caldwell Jr etc Defendants Motlcu of Sale Pursuant to a Judgment rendered styled November term ItW In the above court and action the undenlgnid commis stoner will between the hours of 1 and st r MonMONDAY JULY IS llflO court Jay offer for sale on a credit of six months at public outcry to the high est and best bidder In front of court house door In Mtanford Ky the tract of land near HustonvlUe in Lincoln county Ky owmtt by Jlt Napier nt the Utneot blsdrath nd tbusdDscrlwdi ll glnnlngnt a stone and beech stump corner to Tliomnion thence his line K US pule13I1nkto Htaggs corner thence H IK W ti poles to n stone corner to saaio at u branch near a buckeye Hinges corner thence first with Htagg then wlta Land N M r 9 l poles 11 links to the pike at the toMictae corner to Irand and otheUi thence it th renter of pike S 00 W BJ to corner to JA Bdllentlwocotheirlint 207 to stone In line uf J n McAflster on- WestatdoofcreekithenceN 8 W crossing theereukutpolel611nksto the beginning containing tu ncres S and S8 poles of landThe purchaser will Iw required to gho bond with security for tho pur chase price payable to the commissioner bearing o per cIIIH Interest from date 0 sale until paid having the force and effect of a Judgment and secured by lien on the land J II PAXTON 5IO L00- It K TAYLOR Atty for Plaint- iffsCommissioners sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Mrs O Keland PlalntlfT vr w B- FelundtoDefendants Notice of Hale Pursuant ton Judgment rendered at May term lbO9 in the above styled court action thu undersigned commissioner will between the hours of 1 und a r Mon MONDAY JULY ISieto county court day sell at public outcry the highest und best bidder In front of court house door in Stanford Ky tho two tract of knob land In Lincoln county Ky owned by A SL Keland at time of his death 1 Tho tract beginning at a white oak and beech John K corner on waters Neril roekJ K Wrights corner on wa era Neals reek thence 5110 W KII poles to red oak hickory und dogwood thence H e- dIlfepolesto hickories In Marthsa hoes thence H 30 60 poles to a gum dogwood wood I thence H I poles to A nnd n poplar thence N 00 K so poles to wblto oulc beech thence B 00 13 40 pales to beginning containing 1VO acres t A tract beginning nt poplar corner to Hlt thence his line N IS Kill poles 6 links to an ash corner to thence NW8K K 21 poles to a chesnut 1IBllle1 hflnce N IU W ZI poles n links to tum cornertoJ111VVVnllace thence his land H 1Ty W M poles BI links to a black oak lienoe NSiW 41 poles to poplar and logwood corner to Wallace I H1st 47 WU to a black oak thence W poles to beginning containing M acres an 3 roods of Jund These two tracts will lie old separately and on n credit of 0 months Bands the purchase thepnrirlee will berequired of r ible commissioner bearing eSinhin erest from date of sale until tbe force and effect of a Judgment and se inred by lien on the land JB PAXTON MO L 00 J W Alaerri Attjr for Plaintiff i Our lino of Jfcns Boys and Childrens Clothing u moro complete than ever bciorc Como to see them before buying elsewhere SAM ROBINSON 11 STANFORD KY 1798 Trai5ilvaoia Uoiver5itq 1909 Continuing Kentucky University The College of Literal arts coeducational Haralllou College for Women anti the College of law Three campuses embracing 28 acres Thirteen building with modern equipment 1 A faculty of 56 chosen from tho beet universities of America amt EurojK Standardized elective courses leading to the dcgrcoj of A B 117 S A Mcud L L n New Science Building recently erected at n cost of 800000 Students now in attendance from 25 States and 6 foreign countries Moral Influences vellum environment scholarly ideals reasonable expenses I The tossiou begins Sept 13 1000 Write for catalogue today RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD A M Ph D Pres LEXINGTON KENTUCKY I have just received car of OLD HICKORY WAGONS the best wagon on the market for tie money Sec them before buying as there has been a great improvement in their construction E T PENCE STANFORD K- YMILLINERY The Charles Wheeler Emporium 1 Hustonville KyI III Invites you to the largest MILLINERY SE LECTION we have ever shownrhJStyles up to the minute Prices beyond competition We also state that tour Spring Lino is now complete To save money come and see and be convinced Our Spring Line of Shoes for Ladies Misses and Children and our lino of Gents Shoes will certainly please Hanan and Walkover Hues tare hummers anti are strictly reliable Yours for nil honest deal- C1IAntI3 WHUKLKR fllrsf atonal Jiang Stanford Ay OryantxtJ S32 CaplM Slotk SSOOOO Surplus and WnJiVicltJ Profits 119 000 jffa3 paid in DioldaAds alnof Organltatton 2I500 i nulls sew Jlcoounis on Our W1rltJ riOFFICEMc J S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresidsnl John I McRoberti Cashier H C Baugbraan Asst Caihr W WSauadersSoekkeoprrc r DIRECTOR I F Held J H Baughman M D ElmoreJ M Pettus rH C Baugh tae JF Cumalaj S T Harris no C Robinson r W D OBannon J S Hakes c OE Tater I t