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Digital page images are linked to the text file. o I rs I I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ftt VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 25 1909 MO 34 I I I JUDGE A D FORD Pretest incumbent and democratic nominee for county judge of Garrard A capable official a clever gentleman and a Simon pure democrat r Cure For Care Dont you trouble trouble Till trouble troubles you Dont you look for trouble Let trouble look for you Dont you borrow trouble Youll surely have your share Ho who dreams of sorrow Will find that sorrows there worryiTo flurry Is to worry Twill miss you if youre mum If youve got to carry Wait till Its at the door For he who rune to meet it Takes Op the load before If minding will not mend It I Then better not to mind The best thing Is to end It Just leave it all behind IWho fcaroth hath forsakeni The Heavenly Fathers side What he hath undertaken Ho surely will provide Then dont you trouble trouble Till trouble troubles you Youll only double trouble And trouble others too Thd Observer POLITICAL A duty of 15 per cent ad valorem one hides was agreed to in the Senate by a voto of 46 to 30 This is the present t duty being applicable however only to hides weighing more than 25 pounds To place licorice paste used oxclu lively in tobacco manufacture on tho frcoHst is the object of a bill Intro duced by Representative Stanley of Kentucky The House bill put these articles on tho free list but tho Senate Committee made them dutiable At a White House conference an agreement was reached by President Taft Attorney Gcrforal Wlckersham Secretary of State Knox Senator Root and the Republican members of the Senate Finance Committee In regard to tho proposed amendment to tho tariff bill to place a tax of 2 per cent on the net earnings of corporations 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 90 days Taylorsvllh Aug 104 days Harrodsburg Aug 123 days J Lawrqnceburg Aug 17t days + v Perryville Aug 183 days Barbourvllle Aug 183 days firodhead Aug 183 days Shelby vllle Aug 245 days Ellzabethtown Aug 213 days Springfield Aug 254 days London Aug 254 days Frankfort Aug 314 days NlchoiaBville Aug 314 days Bardstown Sept 14 days daysy Sept 136 days Could Not Be Better No one has over made a salvo oint ment lotion or balm to compare with Bucklena Arnica Salve Its tho one perfect healer of Cuts Corns Burns ir Bruises Sores Scalds Dolls Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum Forbore Eyes Cold Sores Chapped Hands Its su preme Infallible for rUes Only l A 25o at Pennys Drug Store t f Two of the panels for the defaced Daniel Boone monument in the Frankfort cemetery have reached Frankfort tVThe old R1et1twlll be takes to Louisville to ba redressed- i J l I B CHURCH MATTERS Rev T W Barker will preach at McKinney next Sunday at 3 r M Roy J Murray Taylor will preach a- Mt t Xenia at 330 Sunday afternoon Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at Omers Chapel Rowland at 230J Sun day afternoon Roy J J Porter one of the most wIdely known Baptist ministers In tho United States died at Winchester where he was pastor of the Firststreet Baptist church Ho went to Winches ter from Joplin Mo Order of service at tho Methodist church next Sunday Sunday school 030 A M Song service 1045 A M EducaUlonII M Preaching at 8 r M Subject Who Is on the Lords Side Childrens Exorcises for Foreign Mis alone at Turnersvlllo Sunday evening next at WSQ oclock Program Organ Voluntary March Song Hear the Call School Scripture Reading Prayer Song Living in the Sunshine School Recitation Go Plant tho Cross Clinton Beagle Suffer the Children Murlyo Toombs Collis Toombs James McCor mlck Joo Bailey Carter Viola Luns ford Mary Nunnelley Vernn Lutes Duet Be a Blessing Every Day Walk er Hubble J D Toombs Song Audi ence Recitations Go Robert McCor mick Help While You May Sadie True ty A Busy Bee Murlye Toombs Drill and Song A Crown of Roses Twelve Girls Male Chorus Somebody Offer- Ing Song Glory By and By School Benediction An Enjoyable Occasion Mils Gracie Dishon entertained 43or 50 of her friends Saturday night at her home on the Ottenhcim pike The lawn was decorated with Japanese lanterns which lent a charm to her beautiful country home Those present were Wm Roberts of Cincinnati Rev Ver co and Dr Phillips of Crab Orchard Thomas Badgett of Hustonville Mba Flora Porter of London P P DishonI of Lancaster Miss Ruby Vanhurst of Oklahoma Virgil Hester of Hubble Miss Minnie Cottrell of Lancaster Fred Miller of Louisville Miss Julia Smith Boner MaKcchnie of Hubble Mine Mary Cottrell of Lancaster Andrew Sprinkles Miss Desslo Harring ton of Eubanks Robert Watkins MillsI Blanche Roberta Luther Tudor MissI Lulu Sprinkles Walter Roberts Agnes 8 Robert Rancy and Miss Olllo Carlr Thurman Tudor Miss Katie Phillip Clarence Boone Miss Wlnnlo Roberts Wesley Embry Miss Jessie Lynn Clyde Curtis Hollia Smith El bert Perry Clyde Plcasants Marshall Boone and others After enjoying themselves until a lato hour refresh ments were served Tho dining room was beautifully decorated with roses and daisies Miss Grade received nu merous presents A FRIEND Men Past Fifty In anger lien past middle life iiavo found comfort and relief In roles Kidney Remedy t E Morris Dexter Ky writes Up to a year ago my father suffered from kidney and bladder trpubla and several physician pro nounced it enlargement of tho prostate gland and advised an operation On account of his ago wo wore afraid ho could not stand it and I recommended Foleyg Kidney Remedy and the first bottle relieved him and after taking the wooed bottlo ho was no longer troubled with this complaint New Stanford Drug Co- HUSTONVILLE A CARD OF THANKS AND GRATITUDE It Is with a most grateful heart that I wish to thank the good people both white and colored of the best commun ity on earth for their untiring and cheerful work in trying to save my property from the ravages of another disastrous fire Their efforts wore no ble and good if without much avail and aro appreciated more than I can tell May God bless them C W Adams Trouble Makers Ousted When a sufferer from stqmach trou ble takes Dr Kings New Lifo Pills bos mighty glad to see his Dynpcpsia and Indigestion fly but morehes tickled over his new tine appetite strong nerves healthy vigor all bo cause stomach liver and kidneys now work right 25c at Pennys Drug ItTheshows a population of 1100000 Of this number 500000 live in Manitoba in Saskatchewan and 275000 in IInI A tickling or dry cough can bo quickly loosened with Dr Snoops Cough Remedy No opium no chlo roform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store j- O I i INEWS NOTES Seven prisoners were discovered in an attempt to break jail at Henderson I Judge Jacob Andrew Cartwright of Nashville and one of the bestknown lawyers In Tennessee died Prof James H Fuqua Sr and Mrs Fuqua will celebrate their golden wed ding at Russcllville on July 8 Miss Florence Conway of Winches ter fell from a log she was walking on In Kentucky river and was drowned The International Council of Women in session at Toronto decided by a close vote to hold their next convention in Rome in 1014 Two baby antelopes sent by former President Roosevelt to his daughter Mrs Nicholas Longworth were brought to New York At Oklahoma City Okla Bottling Nelson knocked out Jack Clifford in tho fifth round of what was to have been a 20round bout IJudge Emmett Field one of Louis villes distinguished circuit judges died suddenly of heart trouble in the Louis villa courthouse Frank Pepper an Evansville Ind youth In an effort to provo that he could eat fire was badly burned about tho taco He may lose the sight of ono eyeWhen Mrs Marion Buchanan of Paris went to call her husband to breakfast found him dead lie was 69 years old and a Union veteran Death was due to heart disease Two bandits entered the night office of tho United States Express Company at Green Bay WIs and at the point of a revolver compelled the man in charge to open the sato They secured S5000 A branbh of tho Wagoner Bank and Trust Co in the heart of the business section of Fort Worth was herd up by a lone highwayman The robber escaped in an automobile with 8100 In cur rencyJohn Abshirc aged 12 years and George Cole aged 35 years a farmer were drowned In the Ohio River at Portsmouth 0 Abshiro got beyond his depth while swimming and Colo attempted to rescue him Ono person was killed and several were seriously injured last night at Cincinnati when an elevator tell in the Murdock building a distance of sev eral stories to the basement Of the injured it is believed none was fatally hurt Mrs Theodore Roosevelt and three of the Roosevelt children Miss Ethel Archie and Quentin will leave New York on Juno 26 on board tho White Star Line stcahier Crctic for Gibraltar and Naples to pass the summer on the continentThe jury unanimously reported at San Francisco that it could not reach a verdict and Judge Lawlor discharged the jury with the consent of tho defense and prosecution The vote stood 10 for acquittal and two fur convictionInvestigation of the conduct of the American Sugar Refining Company In its dealings with tho Pennsylvania Sugar Refining Company was begun at New York by a Federal grand jury under the direction of Assistant Dir met Attorpey Grim Judge Burdett of tho Circuit Court at Charleston W Va granted an In junction to tho Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad restraining Attorney General Conley and the yarions county pros ecutors from enforcing the 2 cent fare act against that road Although Gov Noel sent six comps nice of militia to Brandon Miss to protect tho Negro Will Mack charged with assaulting Mamie Myers from boo- Ing lynched Mack was convicted and given the death penalty W L Jackson a mail clerk of Now Albany was killed and Ezra Crane a mall clerk of Louisville was seriously injured in a headon collision between passenger trains on the Southern at Bolmont III Twentyfour other per sons were injured two of whom will die Dont drug tbo Stomach or stimu late tho Heart or Kidneys That Is wrong It la tho weak nerves that are crying out for help Vitalize these weak Inside controlling nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and seo howI quickly good health will come to youI again Test It and seel Sold by Pen nys Drugstore At Cincinnati the arbitrators in tho andItobacco ho purchased is to be sold at theIthe market of last winter IThe cleverest Imitation ofreal Cof lee ever yet made In Dr hoops Health Coffee It Is fine in flavor and U made In just one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Pennys Drug Store nu PREACHERSVILLE t Born to the wife of J L Kennedy a fine boy W C Cummins and Walter Jordan have each purchased a house and lot of W H Cummins for 1500 This is proving to be a bad year for the bees the copies rains and heavy dews washing out the nectar as soon as secreted by the flowers and tho cool cloudy weather 6f early Spring keeping the bees in their hives too much Miss Ella Thompson of Danville vis lied Miss Hollio Brown of Garrard and Miss Allie May Cummins here Miss Alpha Naylor is visiting at Point Leav ell Clyde Chappell of Indianapolis Is visiting his grandfather Mr Henry Blankenship The recently enacted school law seems to be falling short of its Intended purposes This law framed after a law In force In adjoining States will not work as well here with thinly settled country and no regular shaped districts or regu larity In the roads as is tho case in Ohio and Indiana There a township is di vided Into districts in the form of square the school building is central located and easily accessible to all an not a single child Is without the priv liege of attending school and getting the advantages of a common schooled ucatlon Our law says not less than 40 pupils will constitute a school Four joining districts about this place have less than the required number This will necessitate putting the two white districts together after this year These schools are Preacher vllle and Whites Mill districts These two districts will be allowed to hold school separately this year by supplementing the salary of the two teachers out of the school levy so Mr B F Luusford our trus tee tells us This was a conclusion reached by tho board at its recent meet InK So we will have a school and no kicks coming on our part un that score Jut tho disposition made in thecase of the two colored districts is not a subject for agreeable contemplation No 16 colored last year listed 32 pupils which was before the boundary lines of the colored districts were changed to those of the white districts This year only 22 pupils were listed by our trustee inside of his district The county board has put this school with the Walnut Flat colored school which is utterly impracticable the distance from their school house hero to Walnut Flat is five miles and Crab Orchard is furth er Then Dix River runs between the two places and only bridged twice in lour miles air line Mr L seeing this Is not practicable says perhaps they can secure a teacher who will teach three months at eachtchool houscThe old adage A half a loaf is better than no bread is not applicable in the case of schools for in many cases a pupil is then only just beginning to make any headway in their studies Is there no provision of law or can not the board devise some way whereby these 22 children can have the benefits of a school Under the strict reading of the law are they not entitled to a six months free school as well as any like number the State over Is No 16 as much entitled to school as these etwo white districts with their Insufficient number of pupils and is it beyond the board to supplement in their case If tho lilies Compulsory Education Law has not been repealed and these child ren have no school to attend how can they best satisfy tho demand of the law7 We believe the board will do something in their case in tact wo fail to see how they can do otherwise than to give them a school In closing we I willsay that the colored people in No 16 aro peacablo sober citizens and is a sad day for them If their children canI not have a school Why Are Envied Those attractive woman who are lovely In face form and temper are tho envy of many who Jnightbo 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 Theyjregulato 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 and beau ty to them Silo at Pennys Drugstore I suppose John is still takin life easy said the woman in the spring wagonYes answered the woman who was carrying an armful of wood John has only two regrets in life One is that he has to wake up to eat and tho other is that he has to quit earls to- sleepThe Housekeeper Preventicsthose Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely an quickly check allcolda and the Grip Try them once and seal 4825e old by Pennys Drug tore R fi Summer a 6 tI I Monarch Shirts xd L Linen Collars s1 1ki t 0 i GUARANTEED HOSIERY in New colors +++++++++++++++M +++++++t+ t Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY r r 1uWe have added to our stock a new line of COO ino ANGES with all the latest improvements The Mystic Steel Range and the RubyrlCast Range We ask you to call and I see them i W H HIGGINS IStanford Kentucky Use r 1 Arnolds Buggics 0 i There is nothing better We paint OldVeI1- hicles and make them look like new Getjour your tradebR M ARNOLD DANVILLE KYti RURAL TELEPHONES I l MR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a residence anti place yourself in a position to get tho latest market quotationsIat any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get fur a sum that is small compared with 1headquaIllinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL dt TEL CO r IMCOKPOKATBO t A The Interior Journal r Eo c WALTON I A REVOLTING CRIME Tho story of the murder of Miss Sigel by a Chinaman who packed her parits r ed till putrefaction set in creating a horrible odor la most revolting at shows the futility and uselessness young women attempting to cone the almondeyed heathens Miss Sig who was a granddaughter of the noted Union general in the civil war in pros ecuting her missionary work in ti Chinese slums in Now York City g so enamored with the yellow brutes as to carry on flirtations with them and r Leon Ling out of jealousy chloroformed and strangled her and then cut the body in small pieces and packed it in a trunk It is a waste of effort to try save the souls of the yellow creatures and for young sentimental and susce tible white women to attempt it is most criminal An elderly lady who connected with the missionary work in r New York makes the startling statement that more young white women ruined by the brutes than souls a saved among them If missionary work is to be done among the coolies I this country it should be done by me or by women old enough not to tempt the amorous beasts The life of on poor but misguided young American woman is worth more than the souls of the whole Chinese nation and there ought to be a law prohibiting them fro association with the low specimens that come to this country i THE State Journal is authority f the statement that the coldness whic developed during the last session of the Legislature between the candidate U S Senator and Gov Willson ha reached that point of frigidity that they do not speak as they pass by or in other words there is no communication between them It is alleged that state of affairs will prevent Gov Wilson from appointing Mr Homer W Batson Senator Bradleys faw partne- and republican nominee for the judge ship to fill the vacancy occasioned b the death of Judge Emmet Field in Louisville an appointment which Mr Batson greatly desires to boost his candidacy and which Senator Bradley i anxious for him to have It is not ou fight but if Batson is not appointed i will prove the truth of the State Jou nals story and show that the republi cans are splittling up good and strong and for that reason we are awaiting the result with interest MAYOR SKAIN is determined that the Lexington saloonkeepers shall obey the Sunday closing law for which he is to be commended He has revoked theI licenses of several saloonlsts for selling on Sunday and others are on the anx ious seat There ought not to be any half way measure The men who take out liquor licenses obligate themselves a to observe the Sabbath and they should be made to do so Certainly with Lex ingtons able corps of police it ought to ba easy to compel obedience By their failure to do so voluntarily they are forging the Implements for their own destruction and laying up wrath against the day of judgment They have al ready however sinned away their day of grace and made it certain that the rum saloon must go A RATHER anomalous condition pro vails at Bristol which is halt in Virgin ia and the other half in Tennessee The Tennessee part is dry and the Virginiat part is very wet Of course state of affairs makes prohibition anrl impossibility and in order to remedy Itcl a campaign has just begun to put thu Virginia Bristol in the dry column Rev M B Adams who has done moreSl SIthantiWest will help lead the fight which every good wisher of the cause will winttTHE Senator who tried to frank a KhisCongressmen have been known to frank nearly everything through the poatofflce up to a piano but it is gratifying to note that there is some curb being placed on their rapacity With the pay I they have voted themselves there is no ctfrankthat keeps the deficit so brgreat aNewcremation while his family opposed it all left a will providing that unless his body was cremated bis estate must go to charity Under such conditions it didnt take long for the family to dot cide that it would be better to burn the InoldIF any ono should ask you tie price of radium tell him 8000000 an apoth ecarys pound of 12 ounces An En Dr Rlishman bought 71 grains at New full York this week for 150000 thus es tablishing the price which will be little more than the necessities of life if Altef drich and his gang continue to M the tariff upward an s a tnr MRS NICHOLAS LONGWORTH who was Miss Roosevelt has two babies Now dont get excited They are n her children but a pair of antelopes sent by her father from Africa B the way little is being heard of Bwa a Tumbo lately Even news that he hr been riding on the cowcatcher of a dummy engine is lacking TREASURER FARLEY says he is ready to begin paying jurymen again Some 1dof the over the State have been ofwaiting five or six months for their rtmoney It wasnt so under Beckham It was so under Bradley Remomb this when you are tempted to voto t republican ticket again 10Imind and he has been known to do to with lightning rapidity there will bo ono Negro and one republican voter less by the time this paper gets to its readers today George Freeman is- o slated to hang at Paducah for the mur der of his sweetheart Sonarisbe placed just above the entrance to the capitol at Nashville WAYNESBURGe The L O T M of this place will- n give an tee cream supper Thursday- n evening July tat for the benefit of the Hive Everybody invited- e Last Wednesday while out produce in Pulaski county W D Joh son was knocked down and robbed o 109 by two unknown men Blood- n bounds were sent for but for some rea son failed to come and the men escap edAmos Padgett aged 16 son of Zach Sundahyor Funeral services were held at the homer at 1 P M Monday by Rev J A Sin- S gleton after which the remains were laid to rest in the Waynesburg ceme teryA horrible accident occurred her whitI d daughrI 0 Waynesburgysympathy is felt for the bereaved fathI er and mother over the loss of their only child sW M Smith continues ill Ashford Misttare on Misiguest of her aunt Mrs R Curtis a this place Miss Esther Gooch and Edd Vaught of Somerset visited friends here Sunday Mrs Garland Singleton and children of Stanford visited th homefolks here Miss Lela West o Georgetown is visiting Miss Alice Singleton IN INGCOUNTIES A B Bonta aged 84 is dead in Mercer Gov Willson will speak at Somerset Monday afternoon Smitties band of CincInnatiwill make music for the Danville felt Mrs John Henry died at her home at Perryville from infirmities incident to old age Belforo Crabtree was given a life sentence in the Whitley circuit court for the killing of James Chitwood The Love flute stock of merchandise at Somerset was bought by Archie Riffe and J T Conn who will conduct the business Gov Willson and other officials will guests of Hon Caleb Powers while hey are taking part in an educational ally at Barbourville June 30aThe Court of Appeals do Ion of the Boyle circuit court in the ckUling pItSuperintendent of Public Instruction president of the Eastern Kentucky Normal School J A Sullivan of Richmond a member of Board of Regents denied the rev port To avoid serious result takeFoleys idney Remedy at the first sign of idney or bladder disorder such an khaustlOnNew Stanford Drug Oo gyp The War Department intends to save I 192800 in the next three years and a proportionate sum yearly thereafter by- anging it the cloth of the fatigue uni rm or working clothes of the enlisted men of the United Stated army from own canvas to blue denim w With the return of marines to the mored cruisers Tennessee and Wash the of the Pacific fleet this weekm the marines removed from the ships pcRoosevelt+A boat containing five American and four English tourists and four boatmen ecinthe boatmen were drowned the spPainspath stopped in 20 minutes sure with Snoops Pink Pain Tablets See formula on 25c Box Sold by Pen nys Drug Stor- eSeventeen were eland six en were injured in an explosion in Coald SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENCI NEERINGItI am prepared lode all kinds or surverln woryseeable Write me nt McKlnney or call n lfustonvIIsWALTEHMCKINNEY CHESTER S This ion of Chester Date will make the bIll In iIlecNiirioNtIANDIPEulultixllu l II black with star In lIS hROIII hIgh 1with nil the style and anlsii charactorDt Cnestor Dnro faintly n good acting orhon ter Dare ht dam by Teleampli tnddnmby Hippy bybtatnbrino Vhlef JNO O INN isIUltolIII Ky FARM FOR SALE I t 188 acres of which about 13ft arc in grass excellently improved abun wateorrs on Main pike Immediate posessia- SECURITY TRUST COMPAN- Lexington Ky FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNTY FOR SALE 1 A flue blue grass farm for sale iltuntwl on IntlnieoutPwell IoCDUd to bets hlndIthereon with nil neceiinryoutbulldlnginnd good new barn 40x0 well wntereu ilx runningthroughTKKMS J4 caih In hand balance ono and perI1erioni looking for inch place pleaie write lee y0 WALKER Stanford At McKinney Ky You can find our Htnndnnl the medlclneyet knowngreatestRheumatism Halt thrum Kidney I Trouble and nil dlieaies arlilng from Impure blood It hat no equal It II menu ateJl i theltennrdyUtakenturconllaglodltrdlonemit moneyIcontain 2W dote with n regliterrd guarau tee and mnlllng tord with tulllnit Dctlonl We tend It to any address by mall on re ygcelptotilperpnckago or six Packages for today If taken In time you might save n big doctors bill Hememberlfyoutaketbe Remedy record I I ing to Instruction and lire not benefited you get your dollar back You will not nnd the remedy In drug stores for sale It Is sold only nlelntlnftmo Dinwiddie VAfHustonville KyI Undertakers and Embalmers We carry an uptodate line of goods I The perfection of real estate all that is beautiful and desirable in country life in hiding locality soil and improvements is embodied in a farm of 435 acres adjoining farms which sell at over Sloo per There are three tracts with dwellings and improvements on each suitable for three families desiring to lo barn in the sourly is on the dence flooring the stalls are large and Stock scales and a large tobacco barn are among other improvements land lies well and is of a high grade well fenced wet watered a portion of it being matted with blue grass in undulat pastures Most of theland has been in grass and will easily raise 1500 of hemp l8oo pounds of tobacco and 60 to 76 bushels of corn Such soil is basis of all value and the large which it yields on the investment explains why capital is seeking real estate being not only best but the safest investment This together with the farm products proves that good real estate a home locality and surroundings render it or less valuable Good roads good schools churches and good morals are im factors in determining the value a farm because they contribute to mans substantial happiness which is mainspring of human action and the object sought in every section of our Godfavor value of this property It lies anaId turnpike for a distance of about mile the community consists of highest grade of citizenship people I Harry Jacobs Dealer In nnil Manufacturer Cemetery and Lawn RED LEAF Hire of non Hue winner of coon trnmi than any itulllonln Kentucky im to Unsure n colt and n soul one or liJO cash nt time ol service it KaomuunHnrrodiburtf ICyI Wo aro lit noiltlnn todunll kInd of ton creting at Block Work rnrrmenu odd In fact we can ranks nny thing from house down ton tones last We cnn KTVU you promptly and guarantee nr tclau Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Tarns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenThe Insurance Mart eaSTANFORD KY gResidence Phone M omce M Insure with sue and be fully the Future j The safest surest pad most adequate sate guard for the future li a policy in The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It U conspicuous for economical manage ment liberality of Ita policy jdealing with lnmentbrtteadlarge return to 1 The company II Just entering thee SIXTY FOURTH YEAR of n successful business career with more yeller holder In Lincoln county than compaule combined Write for particulars age ond whether mar rledorilngle to UMNKWfANlHpeclalABt Hollcltor for Ilockcaitle Oo King Eagle Jr Mollle Mounts X91 was bv the noted lire Old KIng lagleTatrndda n lied Lion sal Dlnnon BoHolII Not dart buy with one while bind tuotlIlce mantl i a splendid breeder He make thoien snnrn living colt Mares traded parted with or bred else where without my content forfeits the Ira t lurnuce nnd the liecomeiduo lueb trnninctlon Care will b i token to accldeAUbutnotrrgloaslblesbouldanyoc cur j HONTy Ideal Farms In i Kyand boughtby awindmill ossifiesfeed the the therebyInsuring priceBesides the largelyInto the the exceedinglyhospitable MonuoMKinney KoatuctTenuplu pfonshlpNOWYorkLadyRedleafwinoa wohlgh CONCRETING prlcelbetore BROSUIyY protect- edSafeguard tltAnlordJamea KlnEnglebyHtonewnll litdalllftellThoroughbndKing anlrUnlhacttoliavyCrocketti weightIasulWnndspeedstylnxndactlonmndhlscolssehowthat will ofWnynesburgon ImenThree Oqe I IbrlVlnfballkuplodale Ifogcounty seat of Garrard on the Lexington pike The enterprise of the citizens in section is further mani preparingtoville and if they succeed which is almost certain this properly will advance from lo to ao dollars on the acre as property has done near Lancaster and other towns where such schools have been established keeping the money and children at home and giving them a good education 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 same distance from a railroad for it gives cheaper rates and bettor facilities for productsone head up to a boat load while coal and lumber can be purchased at less price It is down grade to the river hid a good pikeWe positively believe lhat this land Is worth floo per acre and yet it It offered at f90 per acre as a whole if sold at once however entire farm is susceptible of traclsIwe w to suit purchaser and make price on what he wants according to location improvements quality and quan city MORE OPPORTUNITIES Yes we have themfarm landsIn dif ferent localities off the pike and on the pikeImproved and unimproved 60 acres acres 200 acresany number of acres you wantfrom 83 per acre to floo pcr acre We can suit you Try us All bargains of a lifetime 600 acres extra good266 acres superior land highly im proved 225 acres extra good near Paint Lick fine residence and three tobacco priceNoa farm write us or come to see us HUGHES SWINEBROADg LANCASTER KY n I v GOINO1H 1 You pleasure Seekers and Travelers Look at our stock of i rru Bso I any size from 26 to 40 inches and as many grades In SUIT CASES we feel we beat them all A beautiful lightweight yet strong Ladies Suit Case for CaseIin light tan and brown color handsomely trimmed for 500 Our Cases at 75010 and 1250 are ideal products The J strappings locks and linings are as good asfmoney buy See them in our window nove H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY I Prescription Pointers I It is customary for every druggist to claim to be but In prescription work Good claim but we cant all be but This store claims ability capability facility and a complete stock of drug We have thegoods the equipment the ex perience PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentuctrv GEORGE FARRIS INSURANCE A B MAHONY Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLiveStockHealthand GlassSuretyon Bonds attention iven to losses Which are paid without discount t W t r OUR LAWN FENCE is n less expensive anti better fence than wood More ornamental dura Jo 4 bio and a time saver as you need no saw hammer and nails to keep it in irepairCall at our store see the beautiful fabric sad gates and let us show you r 1 J 4 the low prices on a good fence job Ha Stanford 1 RheumatismI sualthtsatledtgrowths back to tltW1lpln Ibat It IJIl o1fIIhlID oermaurwl tb Own III to tlM CMr ol s DtrsutuH I founc1h laas faimdtat wttti ftbleb Hheumttlo le4 was aide I perf-orated dtMiuUbto pmerlptloo Wltfeout that last bnsmd Itat I IsuCCQSfaU tonaleA atn- aDJ rof RbeumlUam = but DOW Leret attonnl cum all curtbu caiei of thus re much dreaded dlMAM Those sand auto heumatigaloaLseemtodhwlveand free does nmr when to water And thas when dlllOlJod hilt poisonous waste freely pass trout the system and the oauM of KheumatlHn It gone fontar There It now no real need no actual ascuM to moor with nut help WllelJ and In oaafldaoca raoonaaand r 1 1tShoopsRheumatic PENNYS MUG STORE N u 1L irwe reIJ yo Z Y- II VAbout JULY 1st we will move our Corbin stock of Dry Goods to Stanford We must make room for it consequently we will offer some splendid attractions in CUT PRICES on Dry Goods Carpets and Shoes Our store is full of the very best merchandise and at Cut Prices You should not seize this buying opportunity I I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY 1 1 The Interior Journal STANFORD KY Juxr 25 1UOQ ICE CREAM soda water at Pcnnyi Drug Store PERSONALS MRS D M ANDERSON IB very 116 MRS CICERO REYNOLDS Is very sick MRS B D CARTER visited relatives In Boyle MRS II C BAUOIIMAN II somewhat Improved MRS KATE MILLER is at home from Pittsburg DR W N CRAIG went up to Middles boro Wednesday Miss V PEARL ALDRIDGe Is with Garrard county relatives- T J HiLri JR was at Lily on legal business Wednesday MR RICHARD Conn went up to Rich mond Tuesday on business Ma GEORGE S CARPENTER has returned from a tour of Texas MRS J W IRELAND and Miss Lucilo Ireland visited friends In Boyle Miss JANe GARMAN left Wednesday to visit relatives at Butkcsvlllo Miss LOKETIO Fans of Brodhcad is with Miss Roberta OBannon Mn M G REYNOLDS of Pulaskl has been In town for Several days DR L B COOK is confined to his bed f by a severe attack of rheumatism t Mns ADEUA WOODS and Miss Min l nlo Woods are visiting at Paint Lick MISSES BERNIE AND MARY LEAH Garrard are with MUs Bessie Yantl FAYETTB WILKINSON of Richmond t was hero with his parents Wednesday I MRS G G PBRRY and son IRO spen several days at Richmond with rein tlvcJMR E P Woons went to Cincinnati Tuesday to have his eyes treated by d specialist Mn JOHN BRIGHT wife and children of Somerset are with his home folks here HARRY JACOBS the McKinney moo somfwoJ MRS E L CAimvRIGHT Mary CartwrlRht of Louisville arc at t Olympian Springs MRS It ROBINSON and sons Henry e and Ador of Somerset are visiting ref atlisln this counlv MRS WILLIAM AYRES of PInevIllo was hero to ace Mrs Tattle Donny who continues very ill MISSES BESSIE FOWLE and Salcna Routon are spending the week with friends In Lebanon Junction Miss SUSAN FISHER WOODS will give a parcel shower for Miss Tevis Carpen ter at her homo this afternoon MR J 1L BROWNING of Livingston a good friend and patron of this paper caller Tuesdaywas a substantial MRS T D NswLlND and Miss Jennie Newland have returned from a visit to Mrs L C Kelley at Orllnda Tenn MRS J L DUNCAN and son J L Duncan Jr bf Toledo 0 are with her parents Eld and Mrs Joseph Hal lou MR G W GREATHOUSE was hero 4 Weitoeaday soliciting funds for the Baptist Theological Seminary in Louis yUleMRS J D EADS and Master Ulmont will return home Saturday from Wayne 4county where they have been visiting t for the past month MR J R NUNNELLEY and wife of Fort Worth Texas are here to see his parents Mr and Mrs P P Nunnelley bth of whom are Improving JUDGE J W ALCORN loft Wednesday for Indianapolis to be treated by a He has been doing splendid ly since hlsVecent severe illness LITTLE Misses Mary Edna and Bernice Arnold of DanVille are spending the week with their grandparents Mr and Mrs W S Wigham at Moreland MR A R WALLACE left this week to take the position of assistant super intendent In of the Kentucky Central Accident Life Insurance Co at Barbourvillo MR AND MRS S D BARTLEY who have been visiting In Crawfordsvllle Ind were yery delightfully entertained by the widow of Gov HenryS Lano at her home Friday last MRS SUE R TAYLOR and children Miss Margaret and Zack of Augusta Kansas who been at her old home IatDunnvillo for the past month were Tuesday on her way home Last October she was called here on account of the death of her brother RS Rae tor and this time to M at the funeral other mother Mrs J M RectorLIb erty News ILOCALSLIBBBY cut glass at Mueller CLOTHES French cleaned Cook I Farmer- S WEDDING and graduating presents o I quality at Muellers TRY some of Wilkinson SingletonI country killed beef pork and mutton LosT Lait Sunday white silk fa- In Baptist church or on street to this office TAXES The tax tor 1900 are now ready Come in and get your ro celpt T J IJill sheriff JESSE D WL Nwho deals i nothing but Insurance has move his office to a room In the Myers House Flats I BIDS for the surplus milk of the Stan ford creamery will be received to and including Juno 30 H J McRoberts p secretary I AM agent for the Lancaster Steam Laundry Will call at your home for laundry each Monday morning Stewart Carson FOR rBeetlivery stable Crab Orchard Near depot and conven ient to traveling public Hotel Leon Crab Orchard Ky TilE directors of the Lincoln County Fair Association are called to meet Juno 30 at First National Bank at 3 oclock J F Cummins secretary projressPed the second story and if It over stops rapiditI MONDAY next 23th will be the first day of the Rockcastlo circuit court and the editor of this paper hopes to meet many of his friends and patrons at Mt Vernon that day SAMUEL L BASTIN son of Mr J D Bastin of Ewell this county is a can dldato for county judge of Laurel Mr Bastin is a resident of East Bernstadt and a good roan barring his politics JOHN PHILLIPS dropped dead of heart trouble at his home at Shelby City He was 16 years old and leaves a family For some time he had been running hack between his town and Danville AND still it rains Showers fall daily while wheat Is damaging and weeds in growIareIcrops be ruined ANNA little daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert VonGruenigan died and was burled in the German church grave yard on the 20th She was a bright pretty little girl and was the idol of her fond parents HAVE you catalogue of the Lincoln County Fair to be held Stan ford July 21 22 237 If not drop a card or call up James F Cummins the clever secretary of the enterprise and ho will forward you ono post haste MR AND MRS ERE SERVER entertained at Henderson Tuesday evening at six oclock dinner in honor of their sister Mrs Georgia Dixon who was married Wednesday Juno 23 to Mr James L Totten ofStanford Ky Covers wore laid for 12 and a luscious dinner course was served Those pres cot were Mrs Georgia Dixon Mr and Mrs S S Wathen Mr and Mrs Walter Server Out of town guests were J L Totten Stanford T A Mattingly Lebanon W A Scott Indianapolis Mr and Mrs F D Klein Mexico MOI und Mrs Mary Clements Morgonfield A FRIEND EVERY thlpg wasin readiness whey we went to press for the banquet to be given last night by Rev D M WolI kers Bible class The ladles of the Christian church havo labored incessantly for the past three days in their effort to make the occasion a success and the prospects are they have sue ceeded beyond tho expectations of the most sanguine Waltons Opera House is beautifully arranged and decorated and the tables where 150 can be served at one time are indeed things of beauty A band from Lexington had arrived to make music and many people had gathered tosit at the festal board The occasion promised to be ono long to be remembered i M fr at id LOST between Moreland poatoffico and M W A Halls 25 in bills Finder will please keep 5 and give mo the balance 0 K McClure Moreland experft congratulate ourselves that we have two of the best workmen in the State We guarantee our work W K War nero pTo MAMMOTH CAVE Lincoln count excursion to Mammoth Cave from al stations July 21st on regular morning trains by Paris and Latonia A days trip to the worlds greatest wonde- for 12 65 Tickets include the seversII a or at I limit 10 days see L N agent REPUBLICAN MASS 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 r at for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend the convention to be held f Hustonvlllc Ky on July 19 1909 fur the purpose of nominating a republican 18ttInat the coming November election This June 17th 1909 G D Florence secy R L Davison chm OESTMrs Lucy C Best aged 83 mother of Mr Thomas D Best of Moreland died at his home Sunday and was buried at Richmond Monday She was a daughter of the late Thomas C Bronston of Madison county a sister of Thomas S Bronston who was col lector of this district and an aunt of Chnrles J Bronston who died at Lex ington a few months ago She had been a devout member of the Christian church for 08 years and was a most ex cellent woman The many friends of Mr Best sympathize with him in his loss THE Educational Whirlwind Campaign will begin at the Methodist church in Highland June 27 at 3 r M Speaking at Wayncsburg 2810 A M at Kings vilie 28 230 r M at McKinney 29 10 A M at Moreland 29 230 p M at Hustonville 29 730 P M at Stanford 3010 A M and 2 r M at Crab Orch lard 30 730 p M Miss Lelia Patridge of Richmond regular speaker Rally day at Stanford special speaker Judge W T Lafferty of Lexington Trua tees teachers patrons and all friends of education are asked to be present Every minister will please make a talk on education from his pulpit Sunday June 27 and urge that his congregation attend these meetings Every body come G Singleton Supt THE IIUSTONVILLE FlREOur Tues days paper told of the disastrous fire which occurred at Hustonville between 9 and 10 oclock Monday night The supposition is that a lamp in A B C Dinwiddies stable exploded and started the conflagration which caused his stable to burn and reduce to ashes the stores of C W Adams Lipps Peavy house Lipps Sisters M Cohn the telephone exchange and a blacksmith shop The entire loss is 15000 or more with tho following insurance George Dinwlddie 500 on stable occu plod by his brother A B C Din widdie A B C Dinwiddie 1000 on horses rigs and feed C W Adams 3000 on stock furniture and building Lippa Peavyhouse 1000 on stock Lipps sisters 375 on stock The build ings occupied by Lipps Peavyhouse and M Cohn were owned respectively by Rev G W Mills and Mr V B Morse The loss falls heavily on those who were in the wake of the fires vengeance and they will feel the effects of it for some time to come Mr Adams lost heavily from the fire of some seven years ago but had recuperated when the second visitation came him Much sympathy is felt for the losers by their friends here whoj hope and believe that they will all be able to cut and come again MATRIMONIAL Earl Britton and Wise Hattie Waddle were married at Somerset Charles Bender and Miss Cora Bar low were married Wednesday- R R Ware and Miss George Evelyn a Collier were made one on the 24th Roy Burnett aged 17 and Miss Lucy Evans 13 eloped from Franklin to Gal latin and were made one Copt E H Atkinson of Salyer vllle and Miss Elgie Gooch of Somer set were married this week Miss Eliza L Anderson and Mr Fisher Herring both of Lancaster were married at the country residence 1of the brides cousin Mrs George Brown Elder F M Tinder performing ceremonyW an Miss Laura Dye were married at the Methodist parson Wednesdayi Lifn admireId and Miss Myrtle Miller of this place drove to Lancaster Wednesday and were joined heart and hand The groom formerly lived In Lincoln county and is a clever industrious young man The bride is a granddaughter of Mr Luther Underwood and is both pretty had popular They will reside in Lex ingtonThe wedding of Miss Grace Russel- r and Mr Robert Delaware Otter w solemnized last evening at 8 oclockat the home of the brides brother and sister Mr and Mrs Frank B Russell on Peterson avenue Mr Franklin Macpherson was best man and Miss Marjorie Otter a sister of the groom Miss Russells maid of honor Little Miss Dorothy Rhubesky the brides niece was the flower girl Among the outoftown guests were Mr and Mrs James Otter and Misses Grace and Marjorie Otter of Stanford Ky Mr and Mrs J B Hall of Lexington and Mrs Charles Groves of Cincinnati Courier Journai The marriage of Mrs Georgia Dixon and Mr James Lear Totten took place at the home of the brides sister Mrs Walter E Server on First St Hender son Wednesday morning at 7 oclock in the presence of only brothers and sisters of the bride The bride entered the parlor with the groom who was preceded by the Rev Thos Cummins of the First Presbyterian churchwho said the ceremony in a beautiful and Impressive manner The parlor was tastily decorated with cut flowers and potted plants The bride who has a sweet and attractive personality wore a handsome tailored suit of grey cloth and a black picture hat with plumes and carried a boquet of brides roses The groom Is a progressive businessman of Stanford and holds a respon Bible position with the American Seed ing Machine Co of Springfield 0 Mr and Mrs Totten left on the 755 train for Cincinnati After visiting Northern points they will be at home to their friends in Stanford X Y Z The McKinney Woolen Mills KyIIi now In operation ntod li ready to Ire UnltIwork wool or exchange goods for it High est market price for Woolen WRIGIIT Pror Small Farm For Sale I I desire to tell privately my term of 67 acres In Lincoln county seven miles from Stanford end two miles from Inood1onIi In borhoodclosotochurch ruml route nod H mile from schoolhouse I nnd all very productive farm lii grnn balance In cultl vatlon nil under good fence Comfortable house of six roomy new bnrn and all other outbuldlngs Abundance of flue water and fruit of all kinds IIVINOBTONJn HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150Few people In tbe United States han not heArd of the CourierJournal Democratic In all things talc In all thlngi clean In all thing nIl essentially a family paper By special arrangement we are enabled to offer the WEEKLY COURIEBOOKNAL one year and this paper for the price named above Bend your subscription for the corn bloatton to Usnot tctbe Courier Jour L R Hughes T AV Humble W 0 Martin 10 Per Cent Discount iUntil further notice we will sell any article in our store if If 10 Per Cent OfftWe will give TWENTYFIVE PER CENT OFF on 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 your opportunity COty f Dry Goods Notions STANFORD Shoesj American Field Fence a 1iti2 Strongest and Best A Car i Just Received f t1V 7I J C The Price is Lower j- v1 J W E PerkinsCrab Orchard yi Che Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford i entuckyaJCapital 50OOOOO Surplus 3800000 Resources 34000000 St H SHANKS PRESIDENTS W M BRIGHT CASHIER- JJ B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT O REID ASSISTANT CASHIER j W ROCHESTER TELLER H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanfordr J John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T 0 Ran kin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford AV H Traylor Gilberta Creek B L Hubble Lancaster W 4 H Cummins Preachereville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek J Highest Market Prices Paidi ofiFor all COUNTRY PRODUCEj s in Lancaster Stanford Hustonville and Brodheado p HB NORTHCOTT Stanford e IThe Interior Jour dayordl ni EtaLI L S N TIME THBLE n No 21 Boath II M r x Nos outbllOO It x No U North 440 A x No H North 617 P X No J7 1047 1tINoMJMOPX JOS S RICE Agep FOR SALE IIt i OimillOHAS KNSSLIN Ottenhelm K otOIostolllce Waynesburg IcyStockfor Sale I desire tooll privately my stock gooneareaioli 111 hOEO JohcSurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTU C Office over MRoberts Drug Store in to the Owsley Building H 01EczemaZEMO a scientific preparat external use Stops Itching in and destroys the germs that diseases Eczema tulckly yields permanently cured y this rema meilcine AU Druggists Write for pie E W Rose Med Co St Louis Pennys Drug Store TiWhenHave your measure taken by a tnllor of ex perlence Then your clothes whetbera low eveningclotbeawhich plainly Indicate they were made to dilurlllorsamples on hand ready lor your Inpedloom HO nUPLEYTbeTRllo1a n 1Itching SkinDiseases tisforrelief and permanently cures any formed onDruggistslose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG ST FARM FOR SAL bluelandthe Stanford pike Improvements lenclnc good of water NaetotMoKlnnevtlloltunderfefence of water and good tobacco land See ngcrop JAGIVKNHAgent McKlmrey thE CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can furnish the public with the bet planilttta shortand 1would wforIn connection with the above I ha kinds of vegetables on hand at reas pricetha ED II agoBtanlord H ClarnColra r ou merciaRefercoce is m Write for lint and hip plgWcumtdtuoolbagsrreIN e C T Wtr INISS Was 220 E St LOUISVILLE story cold perato Jl Co pert kane v and Lung and and teed Undertakers and era Also Dealers killed niture will exchange Furniture for plalnlng all Kinds of lock Give Them a Call Prices Right NENTUC J C 9 gently as stipation it lates pills Stanford Dr jyj I Many symptoms ble quickly cryrRKY ford OZ Uthotu ley Horn Phot 06a j1 J U lalPARJURI5Hogs Bold at 810 in Chicago Wednes C McClure bought in Ltnco Garrard a lot of stock hogs at 5 FOR SALE 25000 oak tobacco DINo1J Allen bought oc Henry son a wagon load of corn at 4 50 do CortFeed Co London Livingstonbought Jersey heifer for 55 ShropsblreXyStanford Ky Phone 864 4t are 2 cents higher than a year ago in Louisville Tuesday they reach hogsofWe will stand ourgood red roan Short bull at bl at gate with the privt haorn Holmes registered bull and out of of Hudsons graded cows Peyton fljlfKYJ Bonta sold 100 20rJound hogs Coleman Waters of Mercer W Dunn bought the Nevlus 96 acres four miles from town 7060 Mack Hughes the horse Alsosetas Mk5lcAdvoMOo m Buchanan RefusedAdler slon Into The Church Jjjjjjbittcolumns of your paper is a better me of redress than a courthouse refore I seek your aid in redressing wrongs A few nights ago Is asylum of temporary and e safety by walking zigzag and d- up e liber 1 ately the aisle of the colored Bap tbo church at Crab Orchard and mod requested that I should be as a soldier among those who fight the Lords side against the common I had lived too long out of the off all leaveORE white CIMystart atilivingcult tipat a JJjjyKyaccepted time But all was in vaind fdoorgo where there was more water less red tape I have seanableI should never start h through his church door Mr Editor please insert lines and send your moderate bill and I shall remit to you at once a colored man but a democrat ithis JJiTrIIBDChA t UHOIsaved from a frightful death to thrill the world he writes brought on a lung trouble that boDIed an ex doctor here Then rl li 10 to J who did not help me Ph WfitDiscovery which completely cmcdpc now I am well as over For Trouble Bronchitis Coughs Colds Asthma Croup and Whooping Cough its supremo 60o 81 Trial bottle free Gu by Pennys Drug Store liam Read Puryear shot his his brother law and suicide at Columbus O Before his own life he wrote a note that his brothernlaw Inter upbraidingI Mrs un j byKYtalc con stomach and liver trouble sweetens the stomach and breath stimulates the liver and regu ths bowels and is much and ordinary Drug Cu Thomas P Welch a veteran ol Petersburgof our are g towards Cover Brights disease by negl ecting juimiiuu of kidney and bladder trou which Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure New Stanford DrultCoH MEET MisIn700oclockKy Members of sister lodges are WnlagtQn Pen eo tI II w fevriYOUR I am HIfESMDEUR m rareDticrStuuiandolldltrfoty Market KY Beazley EmbalmWiin Fur MattingaBug TbmittE TrYFORD McClary I to 3i j STANFORD DEPARTMENT A H no av to is A r1 AndeIas 1n ex Kyf supleaves MASONS J F HILLGraduate Optician KyInleastt0ofsticksThe TruthIndcrEvery person in this city who is suE from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp ease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi external use All durggists tell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE NOTICEI The fcKlnney Coal Q Feed Co p ro the wl gmdoocoal nntianpklndotcoal the far inpricethrna ting price per bushel mnRlnR Irorn fromhogsK O GOOOH Mgr TYPEWRITERS FOR SA ve on hand at Hughes MartinIn Stanford typewriters of kinds HmlthIrFox UOlivertllOroulhlY rebuilt and tie ROodwhie will sell very cheap Also sell Will anywhere on trialseethem3l JOHNSON Stanford HURfarm atCoa good Mule Jack at the same Pticand on same conditions S BAUOHMAK Stanford Ky J N DYEJeweler and OIflcIBneoMKINNEY KENTUCKY yourerJewel fl Into new style Jewelry Old Johnrpealacleatree flne watch work o specialty SAMPSONdwill make the 1909 season at my farm where It thetertlalInpremiumcounty 1111 two nnt coltl have ermnt ItorIInglandnrollKentuety onmJII BUOIiJ Phone is Htaata BIg ESTER JEWE stallion Chester Jewel black 18 LIRba 111 mat the Iruwn of hug at 7 stable four miles West of Crub U mouth of Cedar Orwkut IUI to fo colt cry Hired by Chester Dart lit dam by Jewel Is Ulednm ern tun tIUJU 2nd dam by Holmes U ro Anna Iluford by Moutle lit Kplllobyyer of Money duo wbell 7s tOlllto orc d or parted Stares grazed lit fU11 a imld Itfore removal of i not responsible tor accidents or cacapes I erelanJOIiN1YIIOLStFHOrabOrolm al Ky trjPOSTED theCarenforbldibuntlng fishing or any kind of tres vltheseCFredMlburndooeb N II Pluuun UNunnelland HIJJohnCamenlicb WmUordler 1191trlore0o11lbUltck rf NoJlloNANCOnllerItotrjV ullln1HHllHnughsixSlnMnrgnrut0ooch JRcob aOtwUllrenl RILTrnylo JAmendHMathenyUSloy I FadM1leHTllarris UI Ullundley It H Crow11 Good C K McOlure witsrson Oarr Anton Boned key pike Vonatuendurgan others poles UnrWKopntspruter 4H Lee 1 j Hovlers Wet Camp AlHoflac Midi I chase scanSummer Outing lend H bfnnagementcore of Evening Gaz Lexington Ky lIudnGoing counlJulyPullmanTrain of Sleepeia Lexington 630 p SL r red oak 22 50Joend n the cost and includes trans S both ways iinuuuii c llntland H oakttleservabons110 el July 12 Booklet Free s Ella May Saunders able to resentativefra oared Stanforsi K tckyJ FOR SALE IILarge and small wheat corn and tobacco bargeresidencestlonV Olin onvr a bargain at P6 to ra anacre Long tlnte parntenta 1ILAKL13 V Howling Green Ky 8 D CARTER disNew Livery Dopot Street Phone 98 STANFORD H3NTUCH- YammissionersCo SaleI Courtth Kathryn8 Harris Defendant Notice of ohedlenceto n Judgment rendered Inaoovo styled court and notion at theMay tone luw the undersigned comnilsHonor will on MONDAY JULY II 1W9 county court day between the hours of I 10icourt door In Stanford Kythohouio Kyith ontbeHoutheItensleynrnex reCallcommllKtand effectof a judgttlelltnnd also secured the property JA soldOmmissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court EarlHSnlpwnotolktendnuta Pursuant ton judgment rendered at the cueandnetlonthewill b trxonSIONDAYJtLl tothe01abouttorlnlliH I ltrld andhunter optheHOUthhy the land of on the West by owneti dratWomofJIlraonnlacurrolt tromkpad secured by lien AHCommissioners Sale 1 1 nLincoin Circuit CourtNeCANl4ake HIe llnlntlrrl vs II JonlnDefendants Not lew of sale atLMONDAY JULY llth 109 county court dRY between Thsureto the highest nndl InndHurnndLlneolnOil ofnthe Ibugherly help Oil the Mouth by the = aOlIlnnd J V Teak The sale will be mode for the purpose ofdlvlflon The purchaser will Iw rvnulrvd to lorthpurehaobearing a per cent Interest from ditto of effectatnludquwatantinlolrcunal JnPAXTo rxc IllTJIIIttyforllnlntln Commissioners Sale I urLUtcoln Circuit Court J Williams etc Plaintiffs vs H II ofHaloIutrranrtow jASjblentreudrml at theterm IIaIT In the above styledanti action the Ps1WOra creditmonths at public outcry to the hitch etollundienrroWII1b11111IltcbHtngearnerbucksHtnggsLand N M K VI poles IX links to t at the tolllioute II i tbuncowithcenterofplkoSnttY 61I to corms to MJlollside of creek tthiiitceN S W croul beglnnlcontnlnlugtlJncrcaaroods s 1I11fllOqll 1lOnrln UKCommissioners sale I LlacoliClrcnltCourtefts YFclundho nSt uoMaYctionthe undersigntHi xonMON11A1Jr1LY con court day soil at public outcry tobidder courtdoor In Stanford Ky the two tracts KYowntdby = andbeedhwntenI hickory and dogwood thence H 00 1 IlsetheOCeHantfAthence S 00 W lit poles to a dogwood poplar thence N ID l9 50 poles t polenning IlnuberthInks to an ash corner to cheatuence JVaato J Wallace lund thence his 4Itf W M poles 20 links to a black N 81 w 41 poles to poplar andd corner to Wallace H 47 W to a blank oak thence H a9f W ell to beglnnlnll containing M acres and booldJ S thepurehaseprice Sthe commlMloner bearing legal In havingtheby lien on the land 00Ju p G JffO CLOTnES tom N rrr- ur lino of Mcue Bop and ChiUrcaa Clouting is more complete than ever before Como to MO them before buying tjltcwlicrc SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY 1798 Trai5ilvaiia Oiiversi 1909fContinuing Kentucky University Tlio College of Liberal arts coeducational Ifarailton College for en and the College of law t r- fTlirco campuses embracing 23 acres Thirteen building with modern cqui imeutffaculty of CO chosen from tho befit universities of America and Etirope Standardized elective courses leading to tbodcgrcui of A B U S A rnnd L L II w Science Building recently erected at n cost of 80QQpOf Students nowin nttondanco from 25 Statcui and 0 foreign countries Moral Influences cultural environment scholarly ideals reasonable ox penscfl e tension Logins Sept 18 1009 Write for catalogue today RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD A M Ph D Pres LEXINGTON KENTUCKY L have received cur of hasricecouBtruutionS KY I MILLINERY y Charles Wheeler Emporium Hustonville Ky Invites SELECTION rr le8 to the beiiof Shoes for Ladies Misses and Children and linesproCHARLES WIIKKIEP fliTst 9lattGmai 9Jank ga + 000N000 paid in Dividends scans Organization Jt2t 500 Jnulltl 9tluJactlunlr ur Our 10nolJ OFFICERS Rocker President T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier H C Bsughman Asst Cashr W W Sauaders Bookkeeper 1FPettusH t w S T Harris O0 C Robinson Win OBannon J S Hocker CE Tate 1 I rs