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ITHE INTERIOR JOURNAL r- r I t STANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 29 1909 H MO 35r HUSTOHVILLB Capt J S Cecil of the 19th U S i Infantry Is with his cousin Mrs Dr DarkerDr Alcorn la having Hardtn Downey put on extra job of concrete side walk homekC W B M will meet at the Christian church Thursday- at 3 r M and all members aro invited- to bo present The Hustonvillo Telephone Cos exchange having been destroyed by 1 the late fire will bo in full running ordrrby July lilt In the Newton build- Ing The wheat harvest is about finished and oats never looked better and will give an unusually largo yield for this section Corn is looking fine but Is not the weeds 1Wm W Peavyhouse secured a first clue certificate as A teacher before the examining board In your city last week and we doubt If there was one having a higher rating Miss Marguerite McCormack was the winner of a beautiful gold watch given Saturday evening to the young lady getting largest number of votes by Andersons Comedians a firstclass vaudeville company Mrs Jennie Carpenter will entertain her class Tile Growers and Goers at her home on Friday afternoon next from 3 to 0 and from 830 to 11 r M All members are asked to take note of this and come either in the afternoon or to the night meeting according to their convenience The work dono by the steam grader in this locality recently has evidenced the fact Its work is a great improve f ment over the work done by plowing and scraping When the amount and quality of work done in a day by It Is properly considered it will be found to bo cheaper than the old system Transactions In live stock hero the past week were D C Allen one cur hogs and cattle 56 to Gc and 3 to 4Je respectively Jno Lynn one car cattle to Cincinnati at 31 to Ii Coulter Mc Cormack ono mixed car hogs and butcher stuff 6i and 41c respectively McCormack Myers Vaughn one car lambs Ole This firm has 500 fine young owes that they will hold for the fall market Miss Mlle Yantis of Lancaster was tho guest of the Misses Baughman last week Miss Ada Alcorn has re turned from a delightful visit to her sister Miss Mattie in Chicago Miss BIrtle Breeding of Columbia is visiting C L Plto rat Violet Slope Col Jno Morris and Mr Dave Prcwltt were the guest of T L Carpenter Mrs Pearl Beverly of Nlcholasvllle is visiting D C SIpplo and family at Jumbo Mr L C Dunn has returned from Louisville in a greatly improved condition after a few weeks treatment there by a specialist for general de- bilityk Last week Mrs Uurdctto Powell and seven yearold son and child a few months old got Into their runabout lor- a short drive Tho son driving ran over an obstruction throwing him over the dashboard when Mrs P laying the Infant on floor of vehicle leaned for ward to help her son who was holding to tho crossbar whilo tho horse running struck anotherobstructlon throw ing Mrs Powell out both wheels pass Ing over her Tho horse was stopped by a man who knew the rig and get ting in to tako it homo found tho in fant Mrs Powell and son Mrs P waz unconscious but aside from scare and slight bruises all made an almost miraculous escape MIDDLEBURG Magistrates court for the trial of cIvil cases was held here Friday F L Jones and W E McWhorter are out cutting wheat The crop in this section Is though tho weather has been quite unfavorable for cuttingI Owing to the continued rainy weathert and the very crop prospect Q R Jones thought It advisable to off t the Fourth of July entertainment at Oak Park With flour at 4 hundred bacon at IGc and meal at 1 per bushel looks somewhat line starvation These the here and mortals are having to grin and endure them J W Hogeo our hustling huckster will likely bo the democratic candidate for jailer n this county Mr Johnnie as is known is quitsp popular especially among the ladles of i whom buys eggs and chickens and J P Richardson will have to up I and If he occupies the jailers mansion during the next four years I F L Jones has resigned his position at the exchange andtelephone J W Hogen LibertyfI ott Mr and Mrs Esgar Cox who have been with Mr and Mrs Jason at Yose mite for some weeks returned Friday- to their home at Alma Nebraska 1A 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 O u IIN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES announcement of tho sudden death of Mr Thomas J Robinson at Hustonvillo last Friday was received here with the deepest sorrow and regret this being the place of his nativ- Ity where many relatives and friends reside Funeral services were conduct ed at his late homo in Hustonvillo on Sunday forenoon by Eld W S Willis and tho remains were buried in Lancaster cemetery in the afternoon Tho immense throng of people that attend ed evidenced the high respect and aft faction in which he was held Ho was a son of Jacob Robinson one of tho organizers of the congregation of the Christian church in this city There were seven sons and two daughters in this prominent and influential family this being tho fifth son to pass away within a few years Mr A C Robin son being the only survivor Deceased embarked In business in Hustonyille about 40 years axo and was 66 years old when he died He married Miss Min ale Kauffman a sister of the late U C Kauffman By honesty and indus try he acquired considerable property which together with the richer Inheritance of an untarnished name is be queathed to those whom ho loved He was a member of tho Christian church and his life was devoted to and guided by those correct principles which In spire happiness here and hereafter Ho had no warning of the approach of death and he needed none for he had obeyed tho divine commands to watch and be ready Every community is made better by such a life and his ex cellent traits of character and high standard of morals will bo emulated by those with whom he lived moved and had his being Lancaster Record rMATRIMONIAL Dr W F Carter and Miss Bcttie B Hicks popular young folks of fired Lead were married last week William Jennings Brgan Jr and Visa Helen Virginia Berger of Milwaukee Wis were married at Kin nlkinfc Lodgethe summer homo of Mr and Mrs F D Levering on tho West shore of Grand Lake Colorado Mr W T Flannagan of Lebanon Junction and Miss Laura Dye of this county were quietly married Juno 23 by Rev T W Barker at the Methodist parsonage The bride is the pretty and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs W D Dye of Klngsville and stands high among tho leading educa tional workers of the county and we reel that one of our best teachers is leaving tho ranks The groom is a splendid young man and formerly lived in Stanford Ho has been employed a number of years on the L N railroad and is one of the best engineers on the road Their many friends join in wishing them all happiness They left immediately for Cincinnati Indianapolis and other Northern points After July 10 they will be at home to their friends at Lebanon JunctionA FRIEND Mon Past Fifty In Danger Men peat mlddlo life have found comfort and relief in Foloys Kidney Itcmcdy L E Morris Dexter Ky writes Up tea year ago ray father suffered from kidney and bladder troublo and several physicians pro nounced it enlargement of the prostate gland and advised an operation On account of his ago wo were afraid ho could not stand it and I recommended Poloys Kidney Remedy and the first bottlo relieved him and after taking tho second bottle ho was no longer truubled with this complaint Now Stanford Drug Co- CHURCH MATTERS Rev Homer Carpenter closed n meet hilltopFlemingRev D M Walker will preach at the Christian church at Crab Orchard next Sunday morning and night Rev Geo D Verco pastor of the Crab Orchard pulpitheroCould NoBe Better No ono has over made a salvo ointment lotion or balm to compare with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the one perfect healer of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores Scalds Bolls Ulcers Eczema Salt Rheum For Sore Eyes Cold Sores Chapped Hands its supreme Infallible for Piles Only 25o nt Pennys Drug Store 4 Former Representative John W Crav ens of the MontgomeryMenefee legis district died at his homo In Hazel Green Trouble Makers Ousted When a sufferer from stomach trou betakes Dr Kings Now Life Pills hes mighty glad to see his Dyspepsia and Indigestion tlybut morehes tickled over his now fine appetite strong nerves healthy vigor all be cause stomach liver and kidneys now work right 25o at Pennys Drug- Store L- io NEWS NOTES T C C Perry of Bowling Green was elected president of the Kentucky Educational Association The Standard Oil Company has an nounced another cut of 5 cents in the price of crude petroleum Justice Dowling granted Mrs Howard Gould a separation from her husband and alimony of 30000 a year Richard Conn of Columbus Ind has not drunk water or liquids of any kind for 20 years He is in perfectj I healthThe Evansville street carstrlkers are asking aid from Indiana labor organiza I tions in order to continue their struggle against the Evansville Traction Co The Fort William Henry Hotel own ed by the Delaware and Hudson Co at Lake Y was destroyed by fire ThotOSIl Is estimated at 250 000Two Negro convicts escaped from the old cell house of the Frankfort peniten tiary by removing a stone from a nar row window One was captured in a of wheat F G fieldIed when his automobile running at a good speed becamo unmanageable and leaped over a precipice With two months of hard work before it the Atlantic battleship fleet is as sembling in Hampton Roads Va for tho Summer maneuvers which will be extensive and exhaustive Much of the tine of the Senate was given to the discussion of a motion by Senator Bacon placing agricultural im plements on the free list but it was re jected by the decisive vote of 26 to 45 Judge E C ORcar of the Kentucky court of appeals was tho principal speaker before tho Tennessee Bar Association in annunl convention at Chat tanooga His subject was Trial by JuryIt not believed that any appeal will be taken either by Mrs Howard Gould or her husband from the decision of Justice Dowling granting Mrs Gould the separation for which she sued and 36000 a year alimony- A mob of 50 masked men took Sylves ter Stennlcn a Negro known as Alabama Red from the jail at Wilburton Okla and lynched him Tho Negro had shot and killed Albert Turner a Deputy Constable who had attempted to arrest him Tho Georgia railroad strike arbitra tion board decided against the seniority of white firemen over Negroes The arbitrators however placed a premium on intelligence among firemen which it is believed will ultimately result In the gradual elimination of all except the most expert Negroes County Judge S S Taulbee of Breathitt county narrowly escaped be- Ing shot to dcjath while in n difficulty with John and Norman McCoy near his lumber yard at Jackson According to Judge Taulbce tho trouble arose over a disputed payment for work done by the McCoys who were later arrested Robert Emmett Eastman cornered by a posse seeking him on the charge of murdering Mrs Woodwill drew a revolver BAd fired a bullet into his heart while standing in tho rowboat near St Michaels Md in which he had attempted to escape Though the police believe Eastmaq was alone re sponsible for tho crime his story writ ten in a letter found on his body will be InvestigatedThe wood pulp and print paper schedules were agreed to by tho Senate with amendments as proposed by Sena tor Brown The wood pulp amendment provides for the free admission of mechanically ground pulp with a provis ion that where any country is found discriminating against the United States the President shall have the power to levy a duty of onetwelfth of a cent per pound On chemical wood pulp there is to be a duty of onesixth of a cent if unbleached and onefourth of a cent if bleached In case of dis crimination the duty in each case shall be doubled Dont drug tho Stomach or stimu late tho Heart or Kidneys That Is wrong It is the weak nerves that are crying out for help Vitalize these weak Inside controlling nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how quickly good health will come to you again Test it and sect Sold by Pen nys Drugstore Joseph M Brown son of Joe Brown one of Georgias wartime Governors took office as Governor of Georgia amid ceremonies of Jefferson ian simplicity The mutation real Cof feo ever yet made is Dr Shoops Health COlfee It Is fine In flavor and Is made In just ono minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Mado from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Pennys Drug Store William C Yates has been appointed postmaster at Portland Adair county 1 Xhe ationalGapitol In Soap Tfyis Display is Worth Gorging f Wiles to See There is now on exhibition in our large center window a display of great interest from an artistic and architectual standpointa fac simile representation of our National Capitol Building at Washington D Cconstructed of the famoustRoyal Medicated Cuticle Toilet Soapj and shows front elevation and Arch of Triumph and Orna mental Columns of Liberty On the inside of our store there will also be on exhibition a repro duction of the famous Mary Washington Monument made of Soap This monument being erected by the women of America in memory of the mother of our first president and is the only monument in the world erected by woman to woman 1 Ever leading in furthering the interests of the people has won for this store larreaching popularity Through tho prominent position which wo hold in retailing circles we have been selected and appointed sole distributing agents by tho ROYAL SOAP COMPANY of Cincinnati 0of Lincoln county whose soap has heed the stand and of excellence for a quarter of a century More than 9000000 families throughout the length and breadth of the laud today using Medicated Royal Cuticle Soap and will use no other It is so cheap it can ho no cheaper so good it can bo no better and is within the reach of all Title soap is the purest softest and most soothing soap you can put on your hands and face and complies strict with tho food and act of 15106 This is famous elsewhere but has never before been sold iu Lin caktrbutRidiculous Price of 5c a Cake 60c Per Dozen We will positively refund amount of purchase price to any person who has bought this soap and after trying it does not think it equal to any 25o soap or in nay way not pleased with their purchase 3000 GIVEN AWAY FREE We are giving away ABSOLUTELY FREE sm worth of merchandise to the persons who will estimate the nearest to the nuaber of cakes of soap in the construction of the Capitol Building as shown iu our window Tho contest is open to every one excepting employee of this store Men women and children have the same chance This contest closes SATURDAY JULY 24 at 3 oclock P M Time envelope containing the correct number will be in the hands of M M BRIGHT Cashier of the Lincoln County National Bank in a sealed envelope having been sealed by tho decorator of the window and absolutely no one knows the number not oven the proprietor ot time store The envelope wilt be opened at our store SATUR PAY JULY 24 3 oclock P si and prizes awarded Tim prizes will be awarded to the first 11 porous who have estimated the nearest to the number of cakes nf soap used iu the construction of the Capitol Building as shown in our window We are offering 830 in ruerchan disc Como and learn about the contest IMPORTANT To increase merchandise sales all parsons buying merchandise and at the same time buying soap during this sale will rccceivo FREE guesses as follows With every 25c purchase 1 guess With every 60c purchase 3 guesses With every 81 purchase 4 guesses With every 8150 purchase 6 guesses With every 82 purchase 0 guesses With every 8260 purchase 12 guesses With every 85 purchase 24 guesses With every 810 purchase 50 guesses With every 815 purchase 75 guesses With every 820 purchase 100 guesses With every 825 purchase 150 guesses I Here Are the Offerings Prizes will be divided equally in case of a tie 1st Prize1 barrel No1 flour8850 2nd Prize1lnwn mower rr8500 gird Prize Carpet Sweepertt300 4th Prize0 Pcky Chase it Sanborn MJ 8300 5th Prize Robinson Razor2506- th Prize10 KFrcezer2007- th Prize10 lb premium InrdSl 50- 8th Prize1 Tin Water Set125 nth Prizol Pair Sciesors1001- 0th Prize1 lamp 8100 llth Prize1 granite coffee pot 8125 83000 How You Can Get the Prizes Now is the time to get your soap You get five times the value of your purchase and one of the 83d worth of prizes if you guess nearest the number cakes soap With 1 cake of soap1 guess With 5 cakes of soap6 guesses With 10 cakes of soap15 guesses With 20 cakes of80Ilp35 guesses With 25 cakes ofsoap50 guesses it With 40 cakes ofsoapO guesses With 50 cakes of soap125 guesses With cakesofsoap100guosses With 144 cakes of soap 400 guesses This Great Sale of Royal Cuticle Medicated Soap Begins Monday MorningJune 28 W H HIGGINS STANFORD P i The Interior Journal L Eo Q WALTON t SOME misguided writer has fired KentuckyAdvocate against something about which ha knows ostensibly very little flea the new movement for educational gress Is to loot the treasury and to ben iteRta favored few In the first pia not one cent of the States coin is ken for the purpose of paying the ex penses of the speakers The thrust made impugns the motives of hundr of the leading educators among wh is Danvilles own Dr Hinitt who most assuredly can have no motive of than altruistic In the same issue the Advocate will be found a notice the increase of per capita despite fact that there are over 4735 more pit children in our borders The p pose of this campaign is to stir up 1 general uplift to create a healthy sen t timent for better schools better ach houses and better surroundings and win a strong support for the foundation principles of a school law which has for its spirit progress in education t aroused public sentiment along educational lines means an improvement our citizenship and who can conscien tiously oppose any movement which will vastly improve citizenship our good States most valuable asset We would respectfully suggest to our deluded friend that he depart from the fears that Kentuckys bone and sinew of legislators and educators are all corrupt and are oligarchical Such fears ate bats and owls hooting at the dawn and the hopes of many of our favored sons in the pedagogical world are larks singing the new day of a better enlig- t Itasened citizenship The thrust at Normal Schools can not be verified by the argument deduced the article which says they are for a r favored few Nine tenths of the stu dents in these Normal Schools are rural school teachers or they expect ac to make teachers in the rural echoohsdare Teachers from all sections are in at theybenefiteduni are versally answer yes Then we can easily assert that the illiterate sec tins are the beneficiaries for as Is the teacher so is tho school These more than 2000 teachers so trained since the establishment of these schools will preparedinstruct their schools We hope that the intellect of attempthighertions will be cleared of its maze 11histhat his heart may be led along the ward path for the heart even in dreams hears the sound of invisible music May the young goddess the daughter of Light and Beauty lead all such benighted friends from the bogs the thorns and the nightandlead them as did Homer to the all but heavenly heights of a purer light educationally It is the ardent wish of this writer that some great light may shine around onlyInwhich shone around that young patri clan Saul asJiejourneyed toward Da mascus and give new Impulses to th hearts and make their days to be full ofstick activity for progress In education instead of exercising themselves againstn it SPEAKING of typographicalerrors a funny one appears in the Lexlng Herald of Sunday when the lmmort James Birney Beck Is referred to as James P Puck It is told that whenIren a gentleman named Buck was appointed Minister to Peru Senator Beck who had unconsciously signed his pee t tition asked who the hell In Buck His shades will now doubtless turf over in their graves and inquire who the hell is Puck TilE Paducah Negro who was to havea been hanged Friday was a fool fora LGovIn an hour after his death from moreml phine a reprieve from the execu tive who did not know of the suicide t celikeNegro shall feel the halter drawph WASHINGTON has an ordinance prohibiting the keeping of a rooster on square of which 75 per cent Is improv ed without the consent of a majorit- of those owning the property If suc an ordinance were made and enforce- against howling dogs it would bo mo appropriate and add to the enjogme of tired natures sweet restorer gentle ator sleepet POOR Mrs Howard Gould She will have to scuffle along on a beggarly 36000 a year alimony and wear a dress more than once She will also have to D cut Gut the toddies It horrible to cox InlIngcan abreviate her clothing and drink red lemonade for a stimulant TEDDY capped the climax one day okllVfrom back lally when he huntersato New 1 K EVIDENTLY TO DEFEAT AN I COME TAX Mr Tart thinks it would be trifling with the Supreme Court for Congress supaverso itself adding that such action would not strengthen popular confidence in the stability of judicial construction bigroof the office can be mistaken A ma Unitedfaago which was made by a court divided five to tour both wrong and unfortu pour given a chance to affirm or reverse the greata Etur venting the democratic effort to secure inhto urination of the slow process of con- An sti tutional amendment As the 4th of July falls on Sunday ofgilllikely be postponed till the 5th The American Medical Association has col lected statistics of the slaughter on In dependence day for five years and they showthat 1153 persons were killed mp the United States The wounded nu bared 23673 Last year there were 163 killed and 987 wounded Appeals for a sane and sober celebration of the Dec laration of Independence this year will doubtless as formerly fall on dente aria and Tuesdays daily papers will contain usual casualties that will discount the report of a battle of deadly war inTtie fiscal court of Lyon county w utter disregard for the law and to eh Its sympathy for criminals appropriate cd the peoples money to pay the dam- on ages assessed against certain night ri by the Federal court in favor of parties who were either whipped or had their property destroyed It most flagrant abuse of power shameful exhibition of a love of 1 lessness Itis gratifying however to note that the county attorney has just brought suit to enjoin the appropria lion and there is every prospect that a ItOmost audacious scheme will be blocked toOUR brother Mr W P Walton of Lexington was overcome by heat as tothehearell His hearing was not good for a day or heirewas heard from DID you ever try to wade through one of Miss Alice Lloyds interminable newspaper articles on the tobacco ques tion If not dont run the risk of ing sun stroked this hot weather G Willson In his happiest mood ne strung together words with such vo billty and absence of meaning SENATOR BAILEY has been axplani his vote some more for u duty on hid Texanair will to the democratic platform and stop voting with the republicans he will have to protest so much It is in that he continues to disappoint 1 friends Spauln pie against race suicide Three child inside of three years would be a pretty good record even for a pair It is unheard of in royalty POLITICAL Gov Willson appointed John P Has well of BreckenrIdge county Railroad Commissioner to succeed the late McD FergusonHon M Letterle for 10 terms member of the Legislature from uisville has announced himself a can again He is a most excellent and a staunch democrat The two cent fare law passed by the Pennsylvania Legislature in 1907 re another blow when Judge Wil in common pleas court at Philadel declared the law unconstitutional- The president nominated Jordan Her Philipaof Missouri to be secreta Statesh = respectively longnatFriday when amendment to twasGov Hoke Smith who retires from caofficeG McLendon ofalbs State Railroad Commission SuspensIon was because McLendons recent in talus to order State railroads to reduce = between Savannah and Atlanta known as the port rates To avoid rlousrreslts takeFoley Kidney Remedy nt the first sign of dney or bladder disorder 8 chas Ii urinary irregularities ex baustion and you will soon be well work eat Stanford Drug Co- N JA y r I I umm r J StuI6 I Monarch Shirts w 1 Linen Collars l 1D GUARANTEED HOSIERY Colorsit++t1HNf1+ t t t t t t t t t WearenaSTANFORD KENTUCKY I We have added to our stock butanew line of COOKING RANGES ovwith all the latest improvements The Rubylu I Cast Range We ask you to call and theme W H HIGG1NS Stanford Kentucky Use = i Arnolds Buggies There is nothing better We1 paint Old Ve 4 hicles and make them look like new Get our prices We solicit trade CRe RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your home as modern or your family as a city residence and place yourself in ft position to get the latest market quotations any time This can be accomplished means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can got forn sum that is smallcompared with benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service wo KentuckyTennesseeIllinois nlNcouponATRDI Thl McKlnruy Wtolwi Mills o McKinney Ky now in operation and U ready toweLlaeyenlankehwool or exchange goods for It High market price for wool O H WRIGHT Pror a w l- 7 + VfYo 1 u Harry Jacobs Dciilor In nd Manufacturer ofJ Marble and Granite Monu menta LawnVnleaKlnneyKy L Jo u w JJ i1iot EIThT y iL ii IUUIt tpaFwe t + Iwcthat manufacturers produced STYLE ALONE is defective SERVICE ALONE willInot do but combine Beauty and Service and we have a perfect garment and this we find more prominent in the following lines The WALKOVER retailing at 350 4 and 5 for men MENZIES the Best and Softest and Most Pleasant every day Shoe you ever saw 3 rind 350II Now see these goods and you will agreeoot that we have not made it too strong 4 H J McHOBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKYr Prescription Pointers I II It is customary for every druggist to claim to be best in prescription work Goodclaim but we cant all be best This store claims ability capability facility and a complete stockof drugs We have tHe goods the equipment the experience PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky GEORGE FARRIS Stanford IINSURANCER Insures Tobacco Tobacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light Fire Tornado ifs Li ve k H eaith- and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount OUR LAWN TO- i n less expensive and better fence than wood More ornamental Jura k bio and a time aver as you need no s MW hammer and nails to keep it In repair Call at our tore1ICO the beautiful fnbric and gates and let UB show you the low prices on a good fence job Ha Stoc RheumatismI 1 IllatJUaNotIHII4T thit Trill = 1M a IM oaronlc crips bar dam tear SKafi anto That to tateblt ikm tile BatM M rof 4eIOR 41 I la Osrtaanr th a ChemlitsatH atr el- Dsrmwdt1 found the we te rdl st wMi Which Dr hoop Rheumatic Remedy wv andS- a parfeeUd dependabl pmertptloo Wlttoat i lbatUrtinsTdUBtI stet smelly tnattd near- mao cam of Rbnuaatlimi bat ROW MINt UDBI t curia all curable cases ot this a much dreaded dlieaia ThoM landlike iraaslar wartet loundinRhiumatlQBloodM otodlMOlr and pan away under Uio action or this maidy uIreelr ao doea tutu when addid to pore water IIUW4freelTKheuraaUHn It tone foreran Thire Unowno artualexCII U roHar lower withoa01obalpdWo ellaad tnoeafldmee rienaaaiil Dr Shoops t RemedyPENNYS n I EEEEP4 S xoo ODr1 f v For the date of the beginning of our Greatest of all Great sales We will combine the Corbin and Stanford stocks in one GREAT STOCK REDUCING SALE Two stocks of goods are too many We must sellone of them A Great sacrifice sale will move them Exact date in next issue Look for the big poster telling of the LOW PRICES y tSEVERANCE0 SON STANFORD KY4 t F The Interior Journal STAMFORD KY JUNK 29 1909 js ICE CREAM soda water at Vent I Drug Store j PERSONALS MRS H C ANDERSON Is threate with rover Mns MATTIE NEVIUS It visiting Lan caster relatives DR JOSEPH DECK of Nlcholasvilte was hero Saturday- J C REYNOLDS Is working for L N at Lebanon Miss CLARA CoorER visited Mrs E Buck at Gilbert Creek Miss Lots WIWS Iwith her parents at Huitonvlllo for the Summer liON C C Fox of Danville la so journing at Crab Orchard Springs Miss ADDLE McCLAHY it the guest of Mrs J E Duck at Gilbert Creek I lION G M DAVISON of Sthnfo was hero Friday Somonet Times i MRS T J FOSTER went to Lebanon w Saturday to visit Mrs C T Uohon- Miaa NELL FLANICAN of Lebanon Junction Is with Mrs J A Chapp MESDAMES T I HILL and Julia Mar tin spent last week at Olym Springs Miss ELIZABETH SUMATRA of Dan ville was tho guest of Miss Bertha I JacksonMiss At NA CIIANCELLOR is visit tho Misses fleck at McKinney several days I r MRS IUY and Miss Napier of Louis ville are visiting Mrs J S Mobley InW the West End i Miss MARY VANOY has returned from I I Nashville where she held a position in a milUnery store Miss MARY Boncn is back from Northampton Mass where she taught I In the big oral school MRS HENRY CATRON of near St hofford is vlsltlngjierjistcr Mrs J Fl- h I Mt Vernon Signal l rJR MACK DUNN of Austin Texas i is visiting his niecft Mrs J T Embry and Miss Annie Dunn MRS SuE TAYLOR and children of Augusta Kansas were guests of the family of Mr S J Bell Miss MATTIE SACRAY who has been i taking n tow days rest is back at Studio in Stanford ready to wait on tf public MR WILL MOORE wife and laby of Louisiana and Mrs Moore of Danville were guests of Prof and MM J W Ireland MRtfC IMATTHEWSof Lexington and Miss Angle Willis of Shelbwillo are visiting their brother Rev W Willis at Hustonvlllo MR J L TOTTEN and handsome bride of Henderson arrived Satu t and were met by a largo number friends and well wishes MRS GEORGE BAKER and son of Jel lied are with her parents Mr and Mrs Jlt Carter Sr at Moreland Mrs Baker has been quite ill ANDioANMOUI w er given by Miss Susan Fisher Woodst for Hisa Tovts Carpenter Friday ADA GIVENS ALCORN of Hus 1tonvillo returned home on Wednesday after a weeks visit to her sister Mm Hill Spalding at her apartment in The the e Gheens Louisville POIltIIMISSES ANNA FISIIBACK of Livings J ton and Marguerite Bibb of Stanford ridandClyde Huffman of Paris are guests of Misses Berta and Katherine Murphy MIL JAMBS F CUMMINS and Mr WIN are t liam Severance two prominent bbai tla i new men were in Danville yesterday They came In Mr Cummins handsome jtourln car He is a careful driver n 1 a excellent gentleman and both he and Mr Severance have many Dan ville frendlAdvocatercMiss CLARA OLLIER ard was the guest of Miss Rella Ar nold Tuesday Miss Katie Leo Den I has been with her cousin Miss Bel Denny of Stanford Mr J Randolph R Harris of Stanford served as an cfll 1dent part of the Record force this tho Lancaster Record 250 MR H ROW SAUFLEY of this of fice left Sunday to spend a month or BO with his wife and son who are visit ing her father at Pueblo Col This is done r this Mr first absence from agerers hope that he will greatly enjoy the full 1respite from labor which he fe so justly age toy wasi 11 i Miss DORA STRAUn has been in Lan caster for a few days on MR AND MRS L R buslnelsII to Mt Vernon Sunday hours MRS CICERO REYNOLDS condition criticalya WARNER and wife of An derson Ind are hero MISSES ANNIE DUNN Maude and yesterdaynC1iMRS KATE HARMAN of Dayton 0 visited her parents Mr and Mrs Frank Cordicr PRESCOTT DROWN returned to Mt willhbackJIL R Mills accompanied them PROF J W IRELAND left Sunday Wayno and Clinton counties to take part In tho Whirlwind Educational Campaign JUDGE W E VARNON ol Ashevl daugbterrdMisses Van De veer daughterMissfrom Columbia Miss Carter who went there about a month ago to v- ell relatives has been very 111 and mother went to see her and remainedI comeanLOCALS LJBDEY cut glass at Muellers presentsforLOOK at tho beautiful soap house in H Higglns window NEW wash suits new wash coats and I woes skirts Severance Son ED KENNEDY was fined 25 in Judge W A Tribblos court for disorderly conduct C TUB L willmake some low 4th July rates Ask Agent J S Rice them t LosTLastSunday white silk fan in Baptist churchor on street Ret to this office TAXES Tho tax books for 1909 are now ready Come in and Jet your receipt T J Dill sheriff thetheyou will profit by BO doing BIDS for the milk of the Stan ford creamery will be received to Including Juno 30 II J McRobe rteshe secretary n a runsSsec lion will bo run dally after Jujy lat in stead of three times a week as is now tlifEDWARD ROGERS agedof the Lick section was declared insane and was ordered toJho Asylum at Lexington Tho doctors think that his mind will be restored A HIVE BENEFIT Tho Lady Mecca of Waynesburg will have an entertainment and ice cream supper in W nightJulyTHE K C due hero at 240 P M left track at Hoyden Saturday after and the train was delayed six eight hours Considerable track was Piytartanas handsome as they are substan a Phillips Bros did a splendid job Spttllement brodpagebookto bo paid to the J11takesyealeB MAIIONY settled with Georg o Dlnwiddie who lost his livery barn i Hustonvillo firo last week paying a the full amount of Insurance car well synforInsurance company is to repair dama tho Newton Hotel which both agreed to Jesse D Wcaren as row nt for his company also settled in find with J G Weatherfprd for dam spirit done his stock of goods The loss =70 J Y TRY some of Wilkinson Singletons country killed beef pork and mutton DONT fall to read li Iiig ad on let page and take advantage Isol his proposition r LOST between Stanford andd Orchard a ladys watch Reward G Napier Crab J4SforWE have just employed an expert plumber and Linnet from the city and congratulate ourselves that wo two of the best workmen in the State Wo guarantee our work W K nero To MAMMOTH CAvCSLincoln county excursion to Mammoth Cave from all teIwonderrorfare board at hotel and the aeveralI routes through the Cave also one n ReturnIe onrhoI the bteriI 0 druggists at 700 Woodland Steet have deliveryher This tojoy do that though it is quite common inbithe east The growth of their bus ness demanding some method w Ichmany might put them in close touch ithol their customers an automobile seemed to be tho only practical way to meetd the situation so they have purchased crlpaforbusiness demands add another Thered fore residents away out need not XThe periencc any more delay in having theirb theylivedNashville Banner Mr Cook In a broth cr of Mesdames G B Cooper and Et4 Walton of this place STEPHENSON After an illness ex tending over almost a decade MsonBottle Pennington Stephenson relict at of Alex Stephenson breathed her last SIIwoman grew r weaker as the years went by and some 10 years ago she was taken to the of home of her sister Mrs laugh Re ldchwhere she remained in her room most of the time and whero the end ezpc yearsandbY Ho terian church for many years Her feeble health prevented her taking the part in tho services of her church but read her Bible regularly and talked great deal about her church and pas his logtosister Mrs Hugh Reid and her deathcr brings deep sorrow to their hearts May Ho give them strength to bedburden and make them soon to heetry Iyrne Yandell and D M Walker after whslathe body was laid to rest in Buffalo cemetery May those who weep find son comfort in tho words Ho doeth things well the Pattie notDENNY Denny who had been ill of a complication of traub tara long time died at 430 Sun afternoon Funeral thrstreet at 10 oclock this morning by her a fSthehusband Mr Archibald K Den Buffalo cemetery Mrs Denny daughter of Dr Jackson Givens 7spentMiss Belle Denny two hall clK thers Dr Jackson Givens of Pit Soutd e shhadchurch of this place for rs and was a most excellent me Mrs Givens was a very brig woman and few in this n t futunsplendid woman and to know her was to Jove her pathy of this entire communitylIe out to the who are c theedaughter who is left alqno great got is felt May she and all of them comfort In the thought that the ladles of tho splendid wife and loving IngItu f LOST between Moreland postoffice and M W A Halls 25 In bills thorMiss LELIA PARTRIDGE df Rich mond and Judge W T Lafferty of BaWpost 2 P on Public Education in Kentucky G Singleton Supt driveraver was morningrwas caused the trouble but the wife cl that the shooting was accidental way she will have an opportunity of lling In court how it happened MlRCALE Mrs John MIrcale lived with her husband and children Green river was found dead in bed the htother morning She bad been a suffer cr from heart trouble for some time Deceased was about 65 years old came to this county from Bell al two years ago The burial took place fa the family burying ground Tim BANQUET A SUCCESS Waltons Opera House was a scene of for several hours to 125 or on Thursday evening when the ggest banquet seen in Stanford for years was given The members the Bible class taught by EM D M Walker were the hosts and right well they entertain their invited guests The good women of the Christian church spent many days preparing for the occasion and when 8 oclock Thurs y evening came all was in readiness gentlemen were invited to ease m at the Christian church where a hall dozen pretty girls served frappe Some 30 minutes were spent in conver eaton after which the crowd marcher the opera house where a splendid or chestra from Lexington was making melodious music In the opera ho were 12 tables with room for 12 p s at each most artistically set a these tho guests were soon seated Eld Walker announced Eld Joseph verance of Frankfort toastmaster and after stating his plans for the eve nlng ho invited his hearers to partake the good things before them At seat was a plate of good things consisting of many substantiate TI 1Voldd I spoke on Some of the Joys of the Bible Class and told so much about Bible its teachings and benefits that some thought him a bishop Mr Williams is a most interesting talker and heart Is in the work of Bible teach lion W H Shanks was the next aker and he interested the large wd for some 15 minutes on The Christianity of Christ IIHis knowl ge of the Bible was so plainly shown = that Toastmaster Severance moved that eschew politics and enter the mining Mr Shanks remarks were great enjoyed and heartily endorsed T- xt course was then served It co hen ted of ices red raspberries and cakes After this was over Eld II C Garri of Danville was Introduced Hall theme was Mans Job He dwelt on statement that ministers should be expected to do all the church ascony upbuilding of tho community a- piness of the home Rev Carrie a clear forceful talker and his ef ts were well received Tho third havinny H Walkofer enter to a close with a few well words It gave him great pleas preyhnln a and he felt thankful to those had contributed to the evenings withouse enjoyment lIe believed as did many togothht fruit that re developments would prove the I fmasterhas an amusing anecdote for every 1besteo danlInltwho had the banquet in chargeon beautifully decorated the opera e HIngthlngsoccasion 4 fi m J Martintho10 Per Cent Discount storeBhOtat OffAnyWe will give TWENTY FIVE PER CENT OFF on any endsonand remnants that go at cost and less than cost This is strictly ncost proposition If you want to save nnriay this is i rtunitylOut HUGHES MARTIN CO oreDryGoods Notion Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY American Field Fence 4a J n01 rndJust Received I listN The Price is Lower 4t 1 W E Perkins Crab Orchard Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds offs COUNTRY PRODUCE in Lancaster Stanford Hustonville oAarld Brodhead B NORTHCOTT Stanford Small Farm For Sale I desire U oll privately my farm of W Lincoln counqenven from Htnnford and two tithes from on gbIproI all under good fence Comfortable of itx rooms now barn nnd nil other outlmldlngs Abundance of tint water und pt nil kinds J T IIVINCIRTONI nF D No RM FOR SAlE 88 acres of which about 135 are excellently improved alum supplied with unfailing water from Lexington courthouse Main pike Immediate possession TRUST COMPANY Lexington Ky 0 MASONS MEET HInthird Monday nights of each mouth nt TW oclock In their hall on main itrecei Htun fraternallynlngton sec JO PER CT REDUCTION G B PRUITT Moreland Kentucky Mattingglve 10 per cent reduction llayetomo rare bnrgninsIn tobuysrockersOoodand wood folding bt df cribs cotirnattreuel springs counchei Davenports chairs salt cases grips trunKI extension tables glolll8shWell equipped stock of funeal supplies Service or day i G B ritUITT Moretand Ky Lri 1 the Interior Journal Jtoteredtn the Pat Oulu at Stanford Id da3e matter L N TINE TABLE No Jl Mouth 1HM P x No a Mouth 1100 A M No 14 North 44A X NonNortb1I17 P X No 27 1017 AM o24011 Agent1 FOR SALE nnd engine and sow Millhorselowerboiler either or both CHAS KxsauxOttenhelm Ky 1ostofflco Wnynesburg Ky Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my tock of Gro eerie and Hardware ItolnR a good bust ness Will Invoice about 12500 llenion III health QEO 1 HOPPER Stanford Ky l A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsloy Building Eczema is Curable i ZEMO a scientific preparation fot external use Stops Itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause akin diseases Eczema quickly and is V permanently cured by this remarkable i medicine All Druggists Write for sample E W Rose Med Co St Louis Mo Pennys Drug Store When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken by a tailor of experience Then your clothes wbetheralow price business suit or the finest evening clothes will have that Individuality and fit which plainly Indicate they were made to your memo ro 1 will also take your men nrej for extra trousers fancy vests top coats and overcoats Spring and Hummer samples on hand ready for your Inspection HO RUPLEY The Tailor Stanford Ky Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zcmo A liquid for external use Zemo gives instant elicf and permanently cures any form a sf Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I The farm or ItO acres of good blue grass land lying one mile North of llcKlnneon- the Stanford plko Improvements and fencing good of water and gruff Also 12ii acres of timbered land one mile Knit of McKinney ibalf under fonceplenty of water and good tobacco land See grow ngcrop JAGlVKNHAgent O McKinney Ky CUT FLOWERS FORJSALE I can furnish the public with the best as well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make u specialty of wreaths for for funeralpurposed In connection with the above I have all kinds of vegetables on band at reasonable prices CHIUBTMAN URKKN HOUHE8 En HCUIIAUD 1llOIt Stanford Ky u YOUYtWODLHID- ESAIIDFURS GInstntrGaldeDare Dealers and can do better for than agents or commutton merchants- Reference any Bank in Louisville Write for weekly price list and ship pig tagi Vef bags tree M SABEL SONS TABUkHio IN ieei 229 E Market SL LOUISVILLE KY JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur niture JtattingaRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right I STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and I Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY MBMitiont IJ7 Horne Phone L I i FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALEto or 50 barrels of corn J B Foster StanfordSFOR SALE 25000 oak tobacco sticks E G Baugh Waynesburg R F D No1 FOR SALESOW and eight pigs good ones J A Manning Somerset pike R R 3eJay Eye See known the country over as the first 210 trotter is dead at Racine Wis Will trade coal by the carload for hay or any kind of feed Write Laurel Feed Co London A G Braswell of Scottaville sold to W B Morris of Bowling Green a pair of harness horses for 700 The hog market made still further ad vance after our last Weeks report sell ing on the Louisville market at a per hundred and cn Chicago market at 820 Senator Bradley had little trouble in having the duty on hemp raised from 2 cents to 4 cents by the Senate His amendment was passed without de bate by a viva voce vote Glenwood a stallion which was im ported by James R Keene engaged in a battle at Forest Va on the farm of Duval Radford with Champion a heavier stallion and was killed We will stand our good red roan Short horn bull at 1 at gate with the privi lege of breeding until a calf is gotten or money will be refunded Sired by John Holmes registered bull and out of one of Hudsons graded cows Peyton Brent Stanford Ky R F D No 4 2t R S Scudder of McKinney has sold the three year old stallion The Won der 3681 S H R The nice youngster was sired by Rex Peavine 1796 he by Rex McDonald 833 out of a Pcavine mare He has for dam Stella Waxy 8574 by Walking Denmark 264 and second dam by a son of Van Meters Waxy Resolutions of Respect WAYNESBURG TENT No 55 K 0 T M Whereas the Supreme Ruler of the universe has again entered our midst and removed from us our esteemed and beloved Brother Waid Boian who was killed June 4 1909 therefore be it reo solved1st That m losing Sir Knight Bolan our tent has lost a faithful and devoted member and the community an upright and honest citizen 2nd That we extend our heartfelt sympathy to the father mother relatives and friends and assure them that their loss is our loss and their grief our grief3rd That we drape our charter for 30 days and that the sir knights wear the usual badge of mourning for the same length of time 4th That a copy of these resolutions be spread on our minute book a copy be sent to the INTERIOR JOURNAL for publication and a copy sent to the fam fly of the deceased brother- H Hayes E C Jordan J W Swee ney committee A Thrilling Rescue How Bert R Lean ofCheny Wash was saved from a frightful death is a story to thrill tho worldIIA hard cold he writes brought on a ties pcrato lung trouble that bawled an expert doctor here Then I paid 810 to 816 a visit to a lung specialist in Spokane who did not help me Then 1I went to California but without bene fit At last I used Dr Kings NewI Discovery which completely cured me and now I am as well as over For Lung Ttouble Bronchitis Coughs and Colds Asthma Croup and Whooping Cough Its supremo 60c and 81 Trial bottle free Guaran teed by Pennys Drug StoreJThe absorbing of the Louisville and Atlantic railroad a small but valuabo railroad system in Kentucky operating between Versailles and Bea tyvtye Junction a distance of 104 miles by the Louisville and Nashville railroad has just been confirmed by Judge A E Richards president of the small road Everyone would be benefited by tak- Ing Folcys Orino Laxative for con stipation stomach and liver trouble as it sweetens the stomnch and breath gently stimulates the liver and re uJ lates thi bowels and ii much superior to pills and ordinary laxatives New Stanford Drug CoJTwelve foreign miners were InjuredJ when a cage at the Klondike No4 three miles west of Clinton lad became unmanageable and fell from the pit opening to the bottom of the shaft distance of 315 feetJourcitizens are drifting to wards Drights disease by neglecting symptoms of kidney and bladder trou ble which Foleys Kidney Remedy wfll quickly cure New Stanford Drug Co That boy of mine has written for againGoing send it I judge 1 might as well He has a thorough follow up system I sqPains of women head pains or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr Snoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25c Box Sold by Pen nys Drug Store Miss Sarah Orne Jewett the noted author died at her summer home attcuth Berwick Me 0 Women Who Are Envied Those attractive women who are lovely In face form and temper a the envy of many who might be them A weak sIcklywoman will be nervous and Irritable Constipation or Kidney poisons show la pimples blotches skin eruptions and a wretch cd complexion For all such Electric Bitters work wonders Theyjregulati Stomach Llvcf and Kidneys purly the blood give strong nerves brigh eyes pure breath smooth velvet y skin lovely complexion Many charm Ing women owe their health and beaut to them GOo at Pennys Drugstore r The resignation of Thomas F Ryan T Jefferson Coolidge of Boston an James H Dooley of Richmond from the board of directors of the Seaboard Air Line was announced Mr Ryans resignation was in line with his inten tion of retiring from many directorates ProTontlcs those Candy Cold Cu Tabletswill safely an 1 quickly check all colds and the Grip Try them once and seal 4323c old by Pennys Dru Store FOR SALE Large and small wheat corn and tobacco forms level rich nnd free from stone unrse residences and barns good railroad connections Can offer a bargain at ftt to tat an acre Long time paynment- aBLAKLEYhowling GrvonKy SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERING I nm prepared to do nil kinds of surveying and civil engineering promptly My work will ba guaranteed and my prices Ire lea sonablo Wrlto me at or call mo over the telephone through the lluitonvtlle Exchange WALrER MoKINNEY TheTruth Every person in this city who is suf fering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi externaluse All durggists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STOR- ENOTICE The McKinney Coal t Feed Co Is now prepared to supply the people with any mars will especially and any takenotice to the the low price those who will coal for wheat prlct a pr bushel ranging from PC to too these coals are all gpod from mines on the L S N Hallway EC 000011 Mgr TYPEWRITERS FOR SALE I nave on hand at Hughe Martin A Cof store In Htanford typewriter of various kinds such as the Monarch L C Hinltli Fox Oliver ItemlnRton Hmlthrremler etc thoroughly rebuilt and as good as new which I will Alto sell re CallInM A JOHNHON Htnnford K- yCONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of con creting uch us Work Puvemvnts and In fact we can snake any thing from f house down to a fence post We can servo you promptly and guarantee flrtclass work and material Call and got our prices before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Commissioners SaleLincoln Circuit Court JIt llnrriseto Plaintiffs vs Kathryn H Harris Defendant Notice of Hale In obedience to a Judgment rendered In the it cove styled court nnd action at time May term lap tho undersigned commie sioner will on MONDAY JULY W 1W county court day between the hours of 1 and 3 v x otter for sale at public outcry to the highest nnd bust bidder In front of the court bouse door In Stanford Ky thl house and lot In Stanford Lincoln county Ky bounded on the North by Main street on the East by the W I Tnto lot on tho South thetestTKIIM9 Thesalo will bo made on a credoI itor six months tho purchaser will re Qulred to give bond w th good security for the purchase to the commis priceryabloslonerbarin front date of sale until paid having the force and effect of n judgment nnd alto secured by lien on the property sold- JAMEH O UKID Hpcclal Coinr lleport of the Condition of The National Bank of HustonvUle- nCltustonvllle In thifHtnte of Kentucky at tho cloi of business June tJIWJ IIFJlOUnCJl8ILoans and Discounts 7 111300 08 Overdrmdtssecurcdnndunsecund Mlle- U H Bonds to secure circulation trro 00 Unnklng hou efurnltureand IIxItares 29uJ ro Duo from NutlonnIHunksnotrv servo ngentB 9171 lIT Due from Htutonnd Private Banks A Hankers Trust Companies and Havings Hanks si en- S3JCADuo from approved reserve agents W- ti9Checks and other cnsh Items Notes of other National hanks Gil 00 Fractional paper currency nickel and cents 131111 Lawful Money Ilcsorvo In Hank VUl Hpeclo 132148- 0Legaltender notes JSOOO- OItedemptlon 1071180 fund with US TrellaIurer 6 per cent of circulation 625x- lvTt79 06 MA1IIMTIE- 0Ciipltnl Block paid In ptnnoo- Hurplus fund HJMO 04 profits less expenses and taxes paid 82J8 18 National Hunk totes outstanding 10UJO 00 Due to other Hunks 24610- Due to Htato nnd private banks and bankers 880381 Individual deposits subjectcheck IIIOO OH Certified checks Notes nnd bills redlsaountod- JWW806 Htatnof Kentucky County of Lincoln sst IJ W HockerOnshlcrof thenbovonnmed lank do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to time best of my knowl edge and belief J W HOCKKH Cashier tilthdllofcommission expires Fob 36 loll WPowell 9 B D C ftTlft reDepot Street Phone 06 STANFORD KENTUCKY Insures Tobacco and Ttbacc Itrns Nothing But Insuranco Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Win STANFORD KY Residence Phone M Office B5 allydFINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A flue blue grass farm for sate situated on milesrothe In good tract llnjpart of John walker with a lld some new twostory s ven room residence routbulldlngsandg runningthroughTKitMS4 cash In hand balance one nnd two years from day of sale bearing six per paidIVrions place please write or see WO WALKKK tituuford At McKinney Ky You can find our Htnndard Remedy the knownIn nay Trouble and nil diseases arising groin blood It has no equal It Is manu lectured under the pure food act of June IOUIIand guaranteed by the manurecturer Ii the temed1 is taken according to directions and if he or she la not benefited by the use moneyWecontains aw dotes with n reglitttml guaran tee and mailing card with full Instructions We send It to any address by mall on re of I per package or six for U Bettorordera box today If taken In time you might save a big doctors bill Remember you take the Rcmedr accord lug to Instructions and are not benefited you get your dollar back You will not nnd remedy In drug stores for sale It ls sold only our authorized agents I RKUUKN WILLIAMH Agent Safeguard the Future 1 The safest surest and most adequate care guard for the future Is a policy In The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co It Is conspicuous for economical manage ment liberality of its policy contracts fair dealing with Us members cud large returns to policy holders The coin puny Is Jut entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR of a successful business carver with more policy holders In Lincoln county than all other companies combined Write for partlaulnrs stating age and whether mar ried or single to U AijtMyersJames I White Hollcltor for Ilockcastle Co lleport of the Condition of LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK at Stanford Kln the Htata of Kentucky at tin cloto of business June si IU5 HKsouiicril W uvenirnttssecunriantiunsrcurel10kn Ju H Ilonds to secure circulation ftMUMO Monde securities etc S7au lu Banking house furniture nnd Ilx a7rO0hutservd agents 1016 41 Due Irons Htnto nnd Irlvnte Ranks CornpantesandSavings UM SI- DuefromnnprovvdrvMrvonKcnts f 45W lit Checks 11 nu other cash Items XT to Notes of other Natlonnl Itnnks 7 W Ui Fractional po rcurruncyntckels nndcents 101 W lawful Money Itescrva In Yank viz 113191 O- fAnnltendurnot nKUOO 1S4CI 00 lledein ptlon fund with U R Trvn- siiirr iwrctof circulation 25 0 jwinlsiM- AlllLITlrH Capital tock paid In I nun m fund salU U- Unulvldctl protlts less itxiwntes and tuxes uil l 6rSTit 91 National Rank notesout tnndliiK ftiOW W Duo to other Nut Hunks 12IVs40 lane to slate and Irl I1S31udtvlduu = Ject to check K87 02 SNIOV 13 Notes nnd Hills Rediscounted 10U in Iteserved for tuxes JM 78 140177 U- Htatnof County of Lincoln sit 1lIrllJhtUIlhlerClfthuRbonumttlhllllk statement Is true to the best of knowledge nnd belief W 3l IlKinilTOashler- Hubscrlbe l nod sworn to liefore tuo this ZJth day of June lteS J J1IcltolJe taNI Correct Attest J II Owstey H If Shanks J U Inxtou Directors Heoortof ho Condition of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK at Htnnford In tho Htate or Kentucky nt tho ctoioof business June SI lUW- HKH00HCKB lonn and Discounts J17wlW M- OvrrdrnltHMcuridnndiinscctiriil 7615 is- U H Ilonds to secure circulation Hfva 00 Iremlums on U H lands 1 ftti a- lionds securities eto 4711 W asking houso furnlturu and fix tures njnn si Other riul estate owned t 3451 1W hue from Nntlonal Hunks not n aervungents 111460 Due from State hunks A Hunker 401 07 flue fromaiiproved reserve agents 211i111 Checks and other cash heists 106 M Notes of otherNutloniil Hunks 431 lu- Kructlonul pajHr currency nickels nnd cents 1297 73 Lawful Jlon y llcscrvo lu Hunk viz HiKcle I6KSio Tulttndernott yfiio W IPllIIloo fund with U H Treas 1261300Duefronsthan 6 per cent redemption fund to 00 MiiiiPd l1AnILITIKs Capital Stock paid lil 01aX 00 Hurnlus fund UfW W Undivided profits less expenses and taxes puia i111 Kt National Mask notes outstanding 0513x IU Due to other Nntlonnl thinks OJM 81 Due to Trust Companies and Say InK lInk 16112 Individual dopoMtssubJcct to check 151001 83 Time certificates of deposit DJUlIU Notes and bills rediscounted 620 W Hills payable Including ccrtlll cats of deposit for money borrowed4 613500 1943416 Btate of Kentucky County of Lincoln art I John J Molloborts Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief JOHN J MoRonEKTB Oafthlcr Hubscrlbed and sworn to before me this Mth day of June 1009 W 3tBrlghtNP Correct Attest J8 Ilockcr HOUaugh man J F Cummins DlructorlI Our line of Mens Boys and Childrens Clothing U moro complete than ever bctore Conic to see them before buying elsewhere I SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY 1798 Trai5ilvaiia Uuiversihj 1909 Continuing Kentucky UniversityI The College of Liberal arts coeducational Hamilton College for Women and the College of law Three campuses embracing 28 stores Thirteen buildings with modern equipment 4 A faculty of 56 chosen from the best mfivcreUiw of America anti Europe Standardized elective courses leading to the degree of 4D n 6 A M and L L U v Now Science Building roeantly created nt a cost of 600000 Students now in attendance from 25 Stator and 0 fretjjn oCuhirios Moral Influences cultural environment scholarly ideals reasonable ox pcnscs I The session begins Sept 1C f100 Write fur catalogue today RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD A M Ph D Pres LEXINGTON KENTUCKY n I have just receiveda car of OLD HICKORY WAGONS the wagon on the market for the money See then before buying as there been n great improvement in their construction hCltIE T PENCE STANFORD MILLINERY The Charles Wheeler Emporium q Hustonville Kyv Invites you to the largest MILLINERY SE LECTION we have ever shown Styles up to the minute Prices beyond competition Wo also state thattour Spring Lino is now complete To save money como and see nnd be convinced Our Spring Lino of Shoes fur Ladies Misses null Children and our lino of Gents Shoes will certainly please llaimn and Walkover lines are hummers and are strictly reliable Yours for an honest deaJ- CIIARLES WHEELER 1 J ztf rstraeonaI JanKIstanFord JtyO- ryantztd JS2 CapllalJltlt1Ai Iso 000 Surplus and llndiuidtd IProfilt Jff OOO Jar paid in Dioidendj since Organisation 2t500 fnvlio Tfow Accounts on Our Tfftrtt OFFICER I S Hooker President- S T Harris Vice Presldeat John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr WWSaunderfOcokkeeper IFM DEImore J M Pettm l H C Baughman J F Cumminsi1S T Harris flo C Robinson W B OBannon J S Hocker 0 E Tate J