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T" " TWX mm w-m -'-' -"- "", pxw t p SSw'! rrtmK i tff.- ? The Interior Journal. Mntertdin the P(M-Ofiee at Stanford fli Mtond-ctat matter. L. N. TIMETHBLE No.ll,H0iitti,M:MP.M. No.,Houth,U:iB A M. No. II, North. 4:10 A. u. No. It, North, ts.rj r. u. No.T7, I0M7 A. M. No. H, 1140 P.M. JOS. 8. RICE, Agont. The Truth Every person in this city who is suf fering from Eczema, Pimples, Dand rufl or any form of skin or scalp dis ease, can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zcmo, a clean liquid foi external use. All duree"" lc" "' PENNY'S DRUG STORE. A. S. PRICE, Surgoon Dontlst. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Office oyer McRoberU' Drug Store in tho Owsley Building. Insures Tsbacco and Tobacco larns. Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, STANFORD, KY. Residence l'hone 34; Offlce, S3. Insure with me and be fully protected. Adorina's Fox Is a handsome, large young Jersey Hull, de scended from n long nnd unbroken line of the mint noted bulls nnd ton on tho If land of Jersey Kngland nnd America. His Ire Is one of tho best bulls ever Hnnorted nnd his dam I n show cow that has glv en 05 pounasot ncn mil it inoneaay. it you i llevo "Like la-gets Like or the Likeness of some Ancestor" and have a strictly good cow, you should a villi yourself of his ser vice. He will lie allowed to serve a limited number of annroved. reclstered cons out side of our own herd this) ear, for n fee of SJeaeh. Make engagement before sending cow 10 ik) ureu. ur.ii a unt.ii, Telephone id. Htnnford. Kr N. II. We have to offer three extra choice bull calves that will be sold at right prices, At McKinney, Ky., You can find our Htnndnrd Remedy, the Jreatest blood and liver medicine jet know n. ncateof Khcuiuallsin, Halt Hheum, Kid ney Trouble and all diseases arising from impure moou it mis no equal, it is mnuu. factum! under the nure food act of June a, 1V08. and guaranteed by the manufacturer If the Itemedy is taken according to directions and if he or she Is not lienellted by the use of the Itemed)- we will refund jour money. We can do nothing more. Kach package contains 311 noses witnn registereu guaran tee and mailing card with full Instructions. We send It to any nddress by mall on re ceipt of 1 per package or six packages for u. iieueroruer 11 uux to-uny. 11 luneii in time you might save a big doctor's bill, lteinember if you take the Ilemedr accord. Jug to Instruction, and are not benefited, you gel your dollar back, you will not nnd the remedy In drug stores for sale. It Is told only by our duly authorized agents. 11KUI1KN WII.L1AMH, Agent. CONCRETING We are In position to do nil kinds of con creting, such as Block Work, l'avements nud. In fact, wo can make any thing from r house down ton fence ost. We can serve you promptly nnd guarantee flrst-ciuss work and material. Call and get our prices before ) on buy ) our material at leust. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. J,L,Beazley&Co., UndeitaKere and Embalm era. Also Dealers in Fur niture, Mattiiigs.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give ThtmaCall. Prices Right STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McCIary, Undertaker Embalmor and Dealer In Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, - KY- 94 Phone, 1ST. HoniePuone 6. ft u FARMER'S DKPARTMIWT. Corn told at $3.50 to 14.10 Robinson's salo In Garrard. at T. B. Tho racing season In Kcntuckv for 1009 was opened Saturday In Lcxlng ton. Wra, Donta bought eight yearling mules from Prank Logan, of Doyle, at $135. Harrodsburg Herald. W. M. Fields & Son havo farmed their jack, Curlcy, to Tom Williams, of Highland, who will mako the present season with him. Dr. H. D. Hodman, of Shclbyville, paid $7,000 for tho celebrated six-year-old bull, Stockwcll, at A. 0. Lewis' salo at Fredericksburg, Va. Deau Naboth will mako tho season of 1909 at my barn. Hrlng mo your bar ren marcs. I havo successfully used the impregnator for two years. Felix White, Stanford, Ky. Lancaster Court. A big crowd at tended Lancaster ccurt yesterday but business generally was not lively. Of the 200 cattle on market about half sold. Prices ranged from 3 to GJc. Few horses and mules changed hands. The horse show was very good and as usual Lincoln county horses carried oil tho honors. It will be two years boforo A. C. Dickinson, of Walla Wnlla, Wosh., knows how much money 200 acres of land sold to Gustav Vollmer brought. Dickinson is to receivo for each acre 100 bushels of wheat, and this wheat Is to bo delivered in two installments, 10,- 000 bushels this fall and 10,000 bushels next year. According to the present price of wheat Dickinson would get $117 60 an acre, but tho price next year may be much lower. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. J. P. Hill. Dolan died suddenly at Pine Wm. Wood, aged CO, is dead at Con way, Rockcastle county. John Sawyer, one of the best known farmers in Anderson county, is dead, aged 41. The historic towers at High Bridge are to bo torn down when the new bridge is built. Richmond defeated Barbourville 11 to 0 at base ball at the former place Sat urday afternoon. Mrs. E. M. Porch, of Somerset, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Geo, Reed, at Natabony, La. Miss Ella liotkin, aged 17, daughter of D. R. Botkin, of Laurel county, died of inflammatory rheumatism. James West, probably tho largest man in Knox county, died at his home on Brush Creek. He weighed 430 pounds. George Gordon, who killed Robert Brewer in Boyle, was given 21 years. Gordon was drinking when he commit ted the deed. The immense wholesale feed and produce establishment of James T. Williams at London burned. Loss $10,- 090. Origin unknown. The case of Mrs. Emma Brewer ver sus the Southern Railway was affirmed by the Court of Appeals. She was awarded $8,000 damages on account of serious injuries sustained in a wreck at Shelbyville four years ago. The Columbia Spectator plant, which was ownea dv me late j. 5. stapp, was sold at public outcry by James Garnett, executor of the decedent's estate. It was bought by C. S. Harris, owner and editor of the Adair County News. The Spectator has been published for 40 years, but will be discontinued. Words To Freeze The Soul. "Your son has consumption His caso is hopeless." These apiiul linj: words were spoken to Geo. K. Blevens, a leading merchant ofSpring- field, N C , by two expert doctors one a lung specialist. Thenwasshown the wonderful power of Dr. King's Xow Discovery ''After three weeks' use," writes Mr. Woven' "lie was as well asrsver. I would not take all tho money in tho world for what it did for my boy." Infalllblofor coughs and colds, Its tho safest, surest curoof des perate lung diseases on earth. fiOc. andSl Guarunteo satisfaction. Trial bottle free Penny's Drug Store. - . 1 Grover Cleveland's picture Is to adorn the new $20 bills, and will give us 11 double object to secure them. First, because of their value, and, second, to see tho picture of the only Democratic President sinco James Buchanan, and one whose greatness grows tho moro his character and public servico are studied -Frankfort State Journal. Up Borore The Bar. N. II. Hrown, an attorney, of Pitts field, Vt writes: "Wo have used Dr King's New Life Pills forjeara and tlnd them such a good family medlclno wo wouldn't bo without them." For Chills, Constipation, Illllousness or Sick Headache they work wonders, 2.c at Penny's Drug Store. A so-called health item reads: "Eat a pint of peanuts and drink threo glasses of milk before going to bed and you will be asleep in half an hour." If you havo backacho and urinary troubles you should take Foley's Kid ney Remedy to strengthen and build up the kidneys so they will act proper ly as a serious kidney trouble may develop. New Stanford Drug Co. Sinco their incorporation tho Klmbcr ly mines have produced 12 tons of dia monds, valued at $5,000,000,000. Call For Primary. Call for Democratic Primary In the 13th Judicial District mado by the Demo cratic District Committee. 1. A primary election Is hereby called, to be held In the several voting pre cincts of Lincoln, Boyle, Garrard and Mercer counties, between 0 A. M. and 4 r. M., on Saturday, May 16, 1909, for tho purpose of nominating democratic candidates for tho offices of circuit judgo and Commonwealth's attorney In and for tho Thirteenth Judicial District of Kentucky, to be voted for at the reg ular November election, 1909. 2. All democrats who are legal voters shall bo entitled to voto In said primary election, and nro requested to do so. 3. Any person who desires to bo a candiaato for tho democratic nomina tion for circuit judgo or Common wealth's attorney shall not later than April 30th, 1909, give notico of such in tention, in writing, to G. L. Penny, chairman of tho District Committee of tho Thirteenth Judicial District, and, in addition, candidates for the nomination for circuit judge shall, at the time of giving said notice, deposit with tho aforesaid chairman the sum of $000, and candidates for tho nomination for Commonwealth's attorney shall, at the timo of giving said notice, deposit with tho chairman $300. 4. Said District Committee shall meet at tho office of the secretary in Dan ville, Kentucky, on Wednesday, May 5, 1909, at 2 P. M., and if, at the expira tion of tho time fixed by Section 3 hereof, there bo not moro than ono can didate for circuit judgo or Common wealth's attorney who has complied with tho conditions of Section 3, then tho committee will declare to bo tho nomineo for the office sought, that per son who Is the only candidate, and shall refund to such candidate the entrance feo paid by him, less his proportion of tho costs already accrued from adver tising and preparing for the election. 5. The Dolls shall be opened in each and every precinct of all tho counties In the district aforesaid, in tho usual and regular voting places. C. Upon the closing of the polls, the officers shall proceed to count tho bal lots and to make returns, and In so do- fng shall bo governed by tho provisions of the general election laws, and the returns shall bo mado to the chairmen of the respective counties in the dis trict, who will dolivcr the stub-books, tho certificates, and any questioned bal lots to this committee. 7. The officers of election shall bo se lected from lists to bo offered by the candidates, in accordance with tho pro visions of the primary" election law, by the district committee. 8. Each candidate shall bo entitled to designate by written notico to the chairman of each county committee in the district, not less than five days be fore May 15. 1909, the name of ono per son for each voting precinct in each county, to act ns challenger and inspec tor for said candidate at said primary election, 9 On the next day after the returns shall have been made, the committee shall meet and canvass the vote cast and issue certificates of nomination. 10. The chairman of the district is di rected to employ a person to copy from the regular registration books made in Danville and Harrodsburg in 1908, the names of all democrats, and the person so employed shall return the copies, certified as required by law. to the chairman, who shall cause them to be duly delivered to the officers of election the chairman is further directed to cause to be printed and prepared for use the requisite number and kind of ballots, which shall bear the facsimile of his signature, and he will procure the necessary election supplies and cause them, together with the ballota, to be delivered to tho officers of elec tion, as required by law. 11, The chairman will cause copies hereof, certified by himself and the sec retary of the committee, to b ixsted at the court house door in Stanford, Lancaster, Danville and Harrodsburg, and in 20 other conspicuous places in each county in the district for not less than 40 days prior to May 15, 1909, and said notico shall be published in each democratic newspaper in the district G. L. Penny, Ch'mn Chenault Huguely, Sec'y. A tickling or dry cough can lo quickly loon-ned with Dr. Shoop'a Cough Remedy. No opium, no chlo roform, nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Penny's Drug Store. CHOICE GOODS. Koaletl MayS.lKnf.bliickKltliHliltepoInts, I.VS hand. Mlrul by Wonder 7sn. he by Ulg Tom, he by llelkuap. It ilainUuenauIt len net M7 by Imported Jumbo. Will make the seii.ou of luhiiit my farm i tulles from Illlitoni lllo on the lll.ick plkent I'.M fur lenuets uud 110 or mares, to insure I wlliulsustaud several oilier Jucks ut IK) for mures. Also several stallions at III) to Insure n living colt. (Irnss furnished at $.1 iwr mouth. Jennets or mares parted with forfeits the Insurance nnd makes season money due. J. K. HAl'dllM N. llu.toinllle, Ky. FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE ! A line Mini grass farm for suh situated 011 new nl te near Tolnt IaiivcII and sit miles south of Ijinca.ter, containing an iicres, well located In good neighborhood, being part of the John Walker tract, with 11 band. Mime new. two story seven-room resilience thereon, with all mi-essnrroutbulldlngsiiiid good, new Imm 40xu. Well wittered, six never railing springs and creek running through. Tkiimh. ' cash In hand, balance one and twoyeursfriimdiirof sale, Uurlng six per ,-etit IntMm.t 1111III ....LI ' " ' Tenons looking for such tilnce please write " " .,,, A1.KM1, niaurord. Safeguard the Future I l,'e,'r".V'."rr.7!.tt."',j!!o'.?,.'"iuatI,fe. " .M-uiT- a jHJiivjr ill The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co. M eu'wplcuoui for economical manage, ment. liberality of It. luiitnv ,,.. .? dealing with Its iiiemlwrs and large returns to tiolloy holders. The company is Just entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR rlf.iiJuc.ci'i,ul "'"' career with more policy holders In Lincoln county than all other companies combined. Write for particulars, .stating uguuud whether luir fled or single to It. M. NK WJ.ANI), Hpeclal Agt. Jam,. I. WlilYe'"'" "U"' . "ufertl. Hollcltor for Uockcuitle Co. FOR SALE JS-hor nowftr holler and engine and. saw mill for sals. Wilt Mil either or both, OKAS. KKMLIH.Otteiiliolm.Ky. I'ostofnco, Waynesburg, Ky, GEORGE HUR, Draft Stallion, nt $10 to Insure a Liv ing Colt. Also a good Mulo Jack nt tho samo price and on samo conditions. M. 8. Uauoiiman, Stanford, Ky. Tho Jetfph Prleo; Sanatorium, I North tancaster Htreet, tan ford, Kontuoky. ForTrentment of Diseases of the Kye, Nose, Throat. Knr, Oenlto-Urlnary, Iteclal. Or gans, Nervous Hysteni and Hurgery, Notico Poultry Ralioro;! Now Is tho time of year to feed your fow Is a good tonic, 4-11-11 cures Dholern. (lanes, Ituup, canker and I.lmliernei-k, when fed as a preventive It not only keeps them healthy but makes them lay. Trice On cents, no cure, no pay, guaranteed by your druggist, Geo. I.. I'enuy.try It under the guarantee, Ask for booklet on diseases of poultry Eczema is Curable ZBMO, a scientific preparation fot external use. Stops Itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases. Bcxema quickly yields and Is permanently cured by this remttkable .medicine. All Druggists. Write for sam ple. E. W.Rose Med. Co., St, Louis, Ma Penny's Drug Store. PEYTON. I will stand my line inula Jack IVylon, at my farm at Mureland, Ky at Vi to Insure n living colt. Also Kill stand a standard-tired registered Wilkes stallion and three nne young jness will lie M-rmltted to serve a fewmares tree to my regular customer where tbey hrm! three mares or more. 11.11. KINO. When Ordering Clothes Hare your measure tnken by a tailor of ex perience. Tbenyourclothcs, whelhern low price business suit or the finest evening clothes, will hate that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure. I wlllalio take your meas ure for extra trousers, fancy vests, top coats and overcoats, Hiiring and Hummer samples oil hand ready for your lnsiectlon. II.O. UUTl.KY.The Tailor, Htnnford, Ky. Heart Strength nportNtmtph. or HertWfstne-u, means Srrs Ftrenzth. orNerrsUeakness nothing mora. To. iUrcly. not one weak heart In a hundred hi. In It fll. actually diseased. It Is almost alirars a hidden tiny llttln nerve that really Is all at fault. To 1 obscure nerve the Oudlac. or Heart Nerve lmrlr needs, and must h&ra- mnr. fwv mam tabllltf, more controlling, more governing strength, lthout that the Heart roust continue ui tail. and the stomach and ktiln.. 1.a h u"wi sonvj nnuoiung: nerves. This elrarlr explains why. as a mMlrtne. Dr. Snoop s Itestorstlv haj In the tst done so much for weak and ailing limns. Dr 8boop Dm sought ths cause of all this rainful. ralpluunt , suSorsu Ing hart distress. Dr. Sboop'i IlestorsUre this popular pretCTlrUon Is alone directed to these wrak and wastlnr nerve centers. It lullds; Ik strengthens; It oners real, genuine heart help. If rou would hare strong Ilraru. strong ill. gestlon. strengthen tbM lusrres reestablish them ai needed, with Dr. Shoop's Restorative PENNY'S DRUG STORE. PRESTON KING. leg No. ;imi, A. H. ll.lt. Ileautlful hay saddle stallion, lit' j hands, foaliil June, l.x'i. Ills sire was the itnale.t shuw horse In Kentucky lie has balance, high action and the sievd Indicated bythc-e blood Hues. He has tint long, thill neck, strong, short Uick. delicate head, well set, heav) tall, flat Nine, clean hock and good foot xnde.ves so characteristic of the get of the iK'liuiarks. Uefeillliat l'r ston King's siiecd, action uml Individuality must add to tin merit of our Kentucky born. 11 ml we usk for him n liberal patronage This rich ly bred .voting horse has all fie mmlltlei of 11 great sire; Ixine nnd stv le Ills pre ml nent mood lines come to him through se lected stuck. Treilon vtl. his sire, v as the greatest shim horse of his day, winning at all the fairs anil horse shows, taking the blue string at Ht. Ixmls. winning i,im ou see that Treslon King can not lit Ip but I a great saddle horse Hire II Is dam. V iv ,ufei wnsny vun.Meiers King I.v trilling to stonewall Jackson, and on his sire's side to vvasiiingtou Denmark ni. Pkiiiihikk-hired by Treston0iS.li Wash ington Jl. by fronn.ill 7a, by -rashlnutoii Denmark. 01. It dam bv VanMelers King TTO, by Mllver Klag.b On Time, by Hlone wall Jackson. K. H., Huddle's gnat show horse. 2nd dam Jlp. by the famous CaUITn Unlnutou ly (ll.t's Illack Hawk. V H. sire Hum, itelle bv Ithoderlck 101, by .Mainbrlno Ingrain! w, Washington si. dam Alice M. by Harp's llalcove list. Van.Meter's King TW, dam Maud V 10 by riranger r H. TfHM Mur s ill Iw kept at titi per mouth nt owner's risk. Tliev will receive the most careful attention. Mares sold or parted with f, r fells Insurance and the fee In comes due. Will imiLe the season of ll.'J lit our plaoe at Ha to Insure it living colt. A lo will stand one gmsl lilaek Jack, four jenrsold.ut I0 to lnuru 11 living colt. W II At'. I.. IH'lUiKltlil, How land. Ky. Tuoiiells-lV Almont Dare 3228. A. H. II. It. Hired by Dignity Dare lnt, he by Chester lure in, he b lilacs Squirrel f. be bv King William V,. IstdamTusawiiy 76H, afso reg istered In Vol Hi. A. T. II It. Hli be Al.. dallah Mauibrtno i71ii. he by Almont ISNi Slid dam Iudv Davis hv Orlt Dnv Is, dr llour luin I'ltluf.Urd dam Mattle H., by Kiirelgn Light, by Foreigner, by Inixirted (Ileiico; Itlulsui lleltle t. by('uuuliighaurl'uiipur boltom, Stli dam by linMirlttl Jlutiard, niiTr.. vintoni uaro. so tarns we urn able to discover. Is thullrsl horse on record hav ing to his credit the honor of defeating with his own progeny those of his great sire. Dig nity Dare, doing so with his llrst crop "if colts every time they came together. As nil Individual this is a very attractive horse. Id hands high with ols of weight and Ifnlsh. color, Imy taction extremely high uud fast. Hhuwsedlstlnct saddle gaits, nil very fast and pleasant A full brother to the great geiiimg, -letuciun, that sold ut 4 jeurs for (.!, ii ml to the great show mare. Koxy Dare, that won more premiums for the uuiuiier iji .nuns until any mare ever sired by Dignity Dare, Were It not lor two splints eonilng on hliu he would easily have won the mute's Huddle Uhiiuiploiishlp. Tills horso Isu result of it long and careful mating of the wry best the uountry ulTorded. Ills bucking, In blood and Individuality, Is as strong in llllirallar and his colts are rapidly proving him, Hee this horse and you will be well paid. He will uiuke the seuson of lusj at our stable. JW miles from llustonvllle on the Huston vllle A Llbertr nlke. at US to Injure n ii. i,.. colt. Mares traded or bred elsewhere ren ders season due a t time of sued transaction. - in ,., .miiu n luuie jacs. as ei. Grass furnished lu abundance at tt per mouth. Our iiersonal attention to ull stock I'm. .in imi u. iv.hiii.iuiu iur acciueuti, K.B. I-OWKLL4B0.V,llustontllle, Ky. inrov, tki .tiiii iy SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. MILLINERY. The Charles Wheeler Emporium. Hustonville, Ky.; Invites you to the largest MILLINERY SE LECTION we have ever shown. Styles up to the minute. I Vice! beyond cuuiictition. Wc nlno state' that our Sjiring Line is now complete. To nivo money, conic uml eco mul le convincctl. Our Spring Lint1 of -Shoes fur Ixtilies, Miicn ninl Chililrcn ami our lino of Gent's Shoo" will certainly plortec. llnnnn auil Walkover linos arc hiuiitiicr mul are strictly reliable. Yours for nn honest iloal, C'iiaiii.i Vni:i!t.i:tt. TO OH. FltlHNDS AND I'ATRONS Several yean ngo wo ailojitcil tho Cuh system, wliich very Ntti.fact iry ami ennhlcil us to gtvu our truilo closer priccf, but we gruiliiully ilriftetl back into the credit busino.. Wc e" our niixlnkc mul, in onlor to get the licst Cash prit'tit nmliilWooiiuti from our Jobbers, wo will comiueuto .MA V 1ST on the CASH 11ASIS ami trust iiir frieinlt will join heart ily in this movement n.ul give us n lilienil xhare ol tlieir CASH tnule. Phone your orders nnd llio bill will iicounipany the gootl. We thank you lor your patronngo. u!jt-xjuGDt3 w H. HIGG1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. Che Lincoln Conmy national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Capital, . $5O,O0O.00 Surplus, 38,000.00 Resources, 340,000.00 S. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, J. B. PAXTON, VICE-PRESIDENT J. O. REID. ASSISTANT CASHIER J. W.ROCHESTER. TELLER. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER DIRCOTORSl J. JJ. Owsley, Stiinford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford John H. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. 0. I tun- kin, Lancaster; J. II. Puxton, Stanford; W. II. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; It. L, Hubble, Lancaster; W. II. Cummins, Preucheraville; Lilburn Gooch. Gilberts Creek. Stanford, OrSa.,iMd, SS2. Capital Jlotk, SSO.OOO, Surplus and Itndwidid Profili, S9, OOO. JTat paid In 'Diui'donds sinco Organization, S2I, 500. Snuito 7ow Jfeeounls on Our 7rllt OFFICERS. . S. I locker, President:, S. T. Harris, Vlce-l'iesldent; John J. McRoberU, Cashier; II. O. Biughmin, Asit. Cath'r W.W .Saunders, Bookkeeper. t s. S-3 JZy, DIRECTOR. V. Held. ' h, Uaujhm.n, M D. lilmore, J. M. Pellut, II. C. Daugbmin, J. F. Cumralns, S. T. Harris, i n0. C. Hobloson. W. U. OBaanon J. S, Uockr, 0. E, Tato. was H .v t 1 . a a M4wll . MtLfit JUet VM4s j iu, "''AsjiijfVfs J ' ,' m