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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t THE INTERIOl JOcURNALt VOL XXXiV STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 17 1906 NO 14 DANVILLE KY t LONG eM1i t GLOVESstrut Thexe are the scarcest thit ill thu tarket Wo out como nearer supply ing your wants In this line than any house In this wctluu We have a big line of White Suede lad Gloves 12 button lengths at only SInO n pair Sumo in 10 button length nt 8 Black iluro laid GloVcx in 10 button tho best made at 8050 Genuine Kayscr pat Finger Tip Silk Gloves in J12 nut 16 hutton lengths in finks Blues Helios Pongee White and Black at 81 and JlfiO Mall your orders with instructions to navo you a pair from first shipment if toM Iwforo your order renthe us WASH GOODS v c Wo lire howing over COO pieces of brain new VahMatcrials at every price from 7J to 50c Ktlcurcs Shadow Silks Sole Radiants Zephyr Emh Crept Silk Organdie Bastietea Ginghams Etc Most of thco ure in styles not to he had elsewhere fDRESS LINENSEv- ery kind front the cheapest tit tho finclteithcr thick or thin Ur inch very sheer nil linen lawn at J5e equal to anyat COc finer ones up lO 8U real round thread Dress linen JIO inches itlnt H5o Giucli pure Irith linen nt 25c Send lor wimplca if you can not oomo in parson WHITE GOODS Wo have lull range of qualities in nil kinds of White Goods from the cheapest to finest anti many now materials hot to ho had utiyvhcro lgc Mercerized Madras and Bati tea French Iiwiid Cniflon Batiste 10inch Soft lawns Swir Bishop Iawii Wiwli Chillbu aria Muslin EleJBeau tiful imitation Linens nt 10 lJ 1 nod 15c Laces and Embroideries White giKuls suggest trimmings You ehuullsee our assortment ol Val Lares Ivory quality nnd width unit medallions to match Net top Lucca r land Allovens Baby Irish All overs Bands Edges nud Medallion Our line of Embroideries la extremely attractive worth coming a long vaya to see Every kind from 8c to 87 yard Ladies Furnishings Kcicra tine Neckwear and Belts from 2lc tip Other neokwcitr in over 100 stylnt from lOc to 85 Melts in silk gold silver leather and linen from lOotn While Linen Pantfolri at 8125 82 and 82f 0 tho very latest colored silk umbrellas S2 Ladies and Childrens Hosiery in black nnd white nil qualities from lOc u- pREADYJ =TO=WEAR m While Linen Suits j Pure Linen land Embroidered Shirt WniH Suits nt 8H 88 and up to SII Linen Eton Pony rind Box Suits from 80 to 8J10 t Silk Suits ltelll values nnd prettiest styles over offered Lriccs from 810 up Skirts About 100 new Skirts in White Black Greys nnd Navy in Vollo Panama Serge and Sccillian from 85 up Waists Lace nnd Net Waists from 8r to 810 India Minot and Lingerie AVaiste Tn very exclusive styles frond 81 lo 810 v Silk Petticoat Black at 81 Sa mid up White Specials at 8f and SO I vyDANVILLE i NEWS NOTES Nino European steamers arrived in New York bringing 11839 immigrants Sir Robert Thorburn premier of Newfoundland from 1885 to 1890 died at St Johns Ernest Roper former Chief of Police of Cynthiana was run down and killed by a freight engine near Berry Two men were killed and eleven others probably fatally injured in a collision of two coal cars near Charleston W Va- Alexander H Robertson former Judge of tho Circuit Court at Lexing ton died at his home in Springfield III aged 86 Henry G Paschall died in St Louis as the result of intense oxcitcmnnt in duced by an alleged unfair decision In a brio ball game Robert Gillcn Jr aged 22was al most beheaded in Union City by James Denny Jr aged 25 Gillen forfeited his life in acting as peacemake- rIt has developed that tho skull re cently found near Central City was the property of a physician who secured it at n medical college in Louisville Following n dispute over the delivery of a letter Charles Morrow a colored porter nt a Huntington W Va hotel shot to death Mrs Martha J Bass A heavy windstorm unroofed houses and uprooted trees In the section of Jefferson county just cast of Louis ville doing much damage to property Thinking he was shooting the man ho supposed to have wrecked his home C E Lloyd of Quitman Ga fired through the door of his house killing his son instantly Willie Hoppe the worlds champion billiardlst was beaten by tho score of to 245 by George Slosson in the national billiard tournament The re sult was a big surprise Secretary Root has informed the Rus sian Government that any date after September 20 next will be convenient to tho United Status for tho holding of tho second Hague conference- A plan is under discussion among certain bankers in New York to cstab lisjj a bank with a capital of 50000000 for tho purpose of regulating money rates and preventing periods of money stringencyJudge in the United States Court at Savannah Ga sentenced Greene and Gaynor each to a term of four years in the penitentiary and to a fine of 57574990 the amount each is charged with having fraudulently obtained from tho United States Govern ment The Navy Department has received word of a serious accident on the bat tleship Kearearge while she was engaged in target practice neat Culebra An explosion occurred in one of the forward turrets Lieut John M Hug gins and five numberrofilmenofficer and a slghtly injuredA of 3000 men took two Negroes Horace Duncan and Jim Cope land from the jail at Springfield Mo hanged them to the Liberty on the Courthouse and built a fire under them and they were roasted to death Tho men were charged with assaulting Mabel Edwards but it is said they were probably innocent A pretty little woman who said she was a with one child hypnotized every male inhabitant of Eminence with whom sho came in contact says tho Constitutionalist She was selling perfumery and making 500 per cent but no difference with a few delicate passes with her hands a short spray of perfume and her figure and did tho root She left town the same day with a load of coin Human Blood Marks A talo of horror was told by marks of human blood In tho home of T W William a won known merchant of Baa Ivy Ho writes Twenty years ago I had sovmo hemorrhages of the lungs and was near death when I be gan taking Dr Kings Now Discovery It completely eurcd mo and I have re mained well over since1 It cures Hemorrhages Chronic Coughs Settled Colds and Hroncliltls and is the only known cure for Weak Lungs Every bottle guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Wo and 8l Trial bottle free Mr Gardner Nell earhaw aro- tho tomatoes planted Mrs GnrdncrOh Im afraid well havo to buy what we need this yearMr Gardner Why hows that Mary Mrs Gardner I recollected today that when I did tho planting I forgot to open tho cans IPuck Suffered for Five Years with Kidney and Liver Trouble I suffered for live years with kill noy and liver trouble which caused Severn pains across ho hade and a blinding headache I hud dyspepsia and was fo constipated that I could riot move my bowbls without a cathartic I was wired by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and have been well now for six mouths says Mr Arthur S Strickland of Chatta noogaTonn For sale by Dr W N Craig the popular drug est Stan ford HUSTONVILLE Fred Gooch sold to K L Tanner 20 ewes with lambs for 120 Miss Evlyn Carson has returned from a visit to friends at Bloomficld Mrs Bettie Hard wick of Mt Ster ling is visiting her sister Mrs Pattie Dryc Mrs Wm Wheat of Mt Salem has bought a large lino of millinery and will have n firstclass trimmer through the season Her opening will bo April 18 19 20 and 21 The boundless curiosity of a gentle man was in evidence by his asking a fair maid of doubtful years what her age was To which she promptly re plkdIII would not tell Jesus Christ my age II And the subject changed im mediately Rmmctt McCormack having sold his farm to Mars Coffey will likely move to our city in order to bo more conven ient to our splendid school and to his live stock and wool business that centers here tho shipments of which amount to oarloada annually The increased acreage in tobacco in this vicinity this year will amount to fully 25 per cent The cause of this is the lower rental for good tobacco lands than in any county north of us and the high prices realized for West End crops for the past five years A large crowd attended theJ II Mc Hargue sale last Thursday and good prices were realized Hogs brought Cjc and horses brought fair Air McIIargue and family leave this week for Oklahoma and take with them the best wishes of their many friends You may think it strange that I am cutting the price 6n Spring suits so early but thats just what I am doing and I have some great bargains for the month Have your suit made to order for ps little money as you can buy them ready made and much more stylish by A J Adams The Hustonville Fair Association will hold its annual meeting this year on Aug 2 and 3 The purpose of the association is to spare no means or ex pense in making the coming meeting eclipse all former efforts An air ship driven by a gasoline motor making daily circuits over the West End will be one of the attractive features The stockholders of the Hustonville Commercial Bank Trust Co met here Saturday and elected the following of ficers Judge Wm Myers president Dr J C Barker 1st vice president George Cunningham 2nd vice president Emmett McCormack 3rd vice president J W Hoskins cashier The directors consists of Judge SrraggensJamesEmmett McCormack Joe Barker J J McKinney T F Murphy- tv C Greening D M Lipps Dr Darker Gee D Weatherford were appointed a committee with instruc tions to secure best prices on lots suitable for their building report at the meeting next Saturday W C Green ing was instructed to buy vault safe and fixtures A new day is for our city and it is not unreasonable to we are an example that will lead to an increased industrial and commercial re vival not only here but in the county What wo need to increase our popula tion is the electric lino from Stanford through hero to Liberty Nothing is wanted to secure it but the united efforts of our citizens and tho evidence of business that will justify the expenditure Assist in securing this road by cnllin on the secretary of tho Com mercial Club for particulars One bee can not make honey but a hive of them can attain results and exactly the same principle applies to our case In tho near future new streets will bo put on the market at prices that will insure their quick sale One largo build Ing and a number of cottages will be erected in the new addition ere long Caught Cold While Hunting a Burglar- Mr Win Thos Lanorgan Provincial Constable at Chaploau Ontario says I caught ti severe cold while hunting a burglar in the forest swamp last fall Hearing of Chamber lains Cough Remedy tried it and titter using two small bottles I was completely cured This remedy Is Intended especially for coughs and colds It will loosen and relieve a sovoro cold in less time than by any other treatment and Is a favorite wherever Its Superior excellence has becomo kuovvn For sale by Dr W N Craig tho popular druggist Stan ford Officials of the Louisville and Eastern electric line will file complaint before the railroad commission if the L N reduces its rates for interur ban passengers The complaint will boon the of alleged discrimination in favor of certain districts CORNS CURED Corn Exit will post tively remove corns in four days Tho treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect euro ia not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky r tr Musical Merchandise BanjosClarionetscordeons Concerlinas Harps Har TalkingMachinesUptoDate Records A full line of all above carried also strings t and supplies for all Instruments Italian violin strings a specialty Mr J B Finley Formerly of Rudolph Wurlitzer Co now with HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville Kentucky BARGAINS I stt a 40 Pound Jnr of Heinz Cherljlrcscres1 90 ir II 10 Pound Jnr of Heinz Red Raspberry Preserves 1 GO 10 Pound Jar of Heinz Pino Apple Preserves 1 00 10 Pound Jar of Heinz Strawberry Preserves 1 60 10 Pound Jar of Heinz Peach Preserves 1 CO 18 Pound Jar of Heinz Apple Butter 1 50 t 25iW H HIGGINSC- ASH t HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY If ATIC fI At 81250 to insure a colt Out of a sistcV to Fire Qlay 230 colt Trotter Foaled IKOJ Bred by Lister Witberspoou Yersallles- Stnpllard Electioneer 12Ti Hainlltonlan 10 Arlon 180CO Sire of Anton Green Mountain Record 2071 2071 Sunol Maid dam of sire of Nleo i 208Ualo Alto in 230 2uSi Loma 2 2OSM57others 141 Planella Nutwood 213 SonTolmo Janettej 2181 t10J Elision Dam of Arion 1tmblern 217 Nnnlttt 2071 Oro Flnor 217JCapt Halt 218 etc Harry Clay 45 21UJ 0 others ShnwmuttKH Record 229 and dam of Su j Record22Gslro Heroine dlo Mac 11211 of 6 and dams by Humblotonian wlnnur of 1003 of 4 standard 10 1 performers Cuyler100- IlenriettaMurta Mercedes Firej Emma Arteburn Slshht of Fire Dam of by Mambrlno Clay 2I0 Clay 230 grand Patchen 68 dam of llarri etta20 OWNHiis STATBMBNT Atlc comes from one of the stoutest families In the trotting register one that gave tho trotting turf that sensational race mare Hurrictta 20iJ tho Transylvania winner of 1803 This colt U a good ono and must bo seen to appreciated- Our great young stallion ALMONT WILKES will bo allowed to servo a limited number of approved mares at 81250 This beauty is by Gam bclta Wilkes dam Annie IL the dam of three with records better than 220 Will also stand the splendid juck BEN BRIGHT at SH to Insure a j living colt He Is 4yearsold 15J hands large bone anti great style McCAUTY C CO Stanford Ky Craigs Heroin Compound Craigs Heroin Compound WHEN BABY FIRST BEGINS TO SNEEZE GIVE Craigs Heroin Compound IT CURES THAT HOARSE AND CROUPY WHEEZE AND STOPS THAT RATTLING SOUND 25l SOc BIND t100 SIZES AT CRAIGS DRUG STORE YOUR WANTSuv Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by I W B MoRoberts ISTANFtJ i PiatONAL supervision given to all Proscription compounded i Joj The Interior Journal E C WALTON JUDGE JOHN WHUGHES of Mercer county Is a candidate to reps sent the Eighth Congressional district of Kentucky In Congress to Hon O O Gilbert subject to tho action of the nem oeratlc party- ADVERTISING pays even in the churches In Knoxville Tenn the pastor of the First Cumberland Presbyterian church at his wits end tq check a failing off in the attendance at his Dible school recently inserted a page advertisement in a Sunday morning paper viting young men to come to the meetings The effect was instantaneou As a result of one insertion of tho ad the membership of the Bible class in creased onethird and scores who had never heard of it became sufficiently r terested to write and inquiro concern- Ing its work The church officials say that 100the cost of the advertise meat was never spent more advantage ously for the cause of religion Tim Iron Age shows that the big iron production for March beat all records The production of the coke and anthracite furnaces was 21C5C3 tons which is nearly 100000 tqns in excess of the production in January In the short month of February the production dropped below the milliot tons The weekly capacity of coke and anthracite furnaces in blast on the first of this month was 48224 tons an increase of about 5000 tons over the first of March and 2000 tons greater than the previous record February 1 The present production in at the rate of well over 2500000 tons per annumG- OVERNMENT ownership of public utilities shows up very badly in Grea Britain where for years it ha owned and operated the telegraphs At the time they were taken they were paying private owners a profit of 1710000 a year The correspondent 9f the New York Times shows that last year there was 4610000 excess of expenditures over receipts beside 1358500 interest on the purchase money making a net loss of 5S t 500 IN the presence of a distinguished as semblage with the President of the United States taking a prominent part with the Supreme Court and the Sen ate the House of Representatives and the diplomatic corps as spectators am before a large concourse of people the corner stone of the office building of the House of Representatives was laid with impressive ceremonies in Washington Saturday afternoon The address of the day was made by President Roose velt IN his speech at the Jefferson Day fit banquet at Kanas City Representative Charles A Towne of New York dubbed President Roosevelt as the great 4est promiser and smallest performer since Judas Iscariot Teddy will no doubt reply by calling Mr Towne ai many kinds of a liar as he charged that Hon Alton B Parker was I AN Atlanta woman kissed Carnegie while he was shaking hands with the people The old fellow liked to have fainted and afterwards held his hand over his mouth while meeting the South ern women All of which goes to show p1that the Scotchman is better supplied t with means than brains Till Pittsburg Gazette publishes statistics showing that more than 1000 colleges students have been killed in athletic sports within the past 10 years 1 But there is one compensating thought y Those who got killed would probably never have amounted to anything had they lived I J G YADEN who misrepresented Laurel and Rockcastle counties in the last Legislature has secured a job as fireman on the L N We congratu late the gentleman on his change of vocation It was certainly a wise act on his part taPOLITICALThe Senate Friday passed more than 300 bills most of them being private j pension measures Speaker Cannon is said to be favor able to the passage by the House of the bill revising the Federal statutes President Roosevelt has taken up the question of a trip through the West during the spring or summer of 1907 i J B White of Irvine has announced wias a candidate for the democratic nom ination for Congress from the 10th dis trictCharles J Howes ofJohnson county has entered the race for the Democratic nomination for Congress in the Tenth districtJames Springer the American Vice y Consul at Cardenas died suddenly of heart disease He was a brother of Vice Consul General J A S ringer of HavanaThe Republican convention i at Indianapolis adopted a platform con siderably modified from the original- t t draft and nominated a State ticket headed by Fred A Sims for Secretary of State- Perry Belmont in a letter refers In scathing terms to President Roosevelt Muck Rake speech and confers the title of Mr FacingBothWays to the nations Executive Five hundred Missouri Democrats attended a Jefferson banquet in Kanst City The principal speakers were Gov Folk Senator Stone and Congressman Towne of New York At the last counting there were 10 congressional candidates In the field with a dark horse or so under coves The festivQ floater in tho Elevent district will be in high spirits this sun merMiddlesboro News The State Commission created by the last General Assembly for the purpose of selecting sites for two normal school in the western and eastern sections of the State formally organized in Frank fort B H Arnett of Nicholasvillt was made chairman of the commission and John Morris of Covington was given the secretaryship Proposition for the location of the institutions will be receiVed by the commission untl May 7 LANCASTER Quito a number of local Knights of Pythias will go to Danville Frida night to attend an entertainment to b given by tho members in that city It was reported that several change would be made in the running time of the local trains but the new time card falls to make any changes and the time will remain the same as usual Fifth Sunday meeting of the Soutl District Association will be held witl the Lancaster Baptist church April 28 and 29 An interesting program has been arranged and some of the mos prominent ministers in Central Ken tucka will be present and participate in the exercises Mrs Sylvia Austin mother of Capt Thomas Austin one of Lancaster most prominent citizens died here yes terday She was 94 years old a member of the Christian church and a lady highly esteemed by all who knew her The remains will be interred in thi Paint Lick cemetery tomorrow after noon at 1 oclock The Garrard Bank Trust Co has purchased of the old Garrard Hotel Co the lot on the public square for 2500 Plans for the new building arc almos complete the safe furniture etc hay ing been ordered and work on the nov building will begin in a few days The stockholders in this institution consis of some of the best business men in the county and the success of tho venture is a foregone conclusion Mrs Fred Stone and daughters of Danville have been visiting relatives in this city Mrs Juliet Rogersand son Joseph are visiting in Cincinnati Mesdames A D Ford and J E Stormes were in Danville Saturday shopping Mrs R E Henry of Eldorada Ark is with her mother Mrs J C Robinson Miss Nell Johnston entertained in a most delightful manner Saturday morning from 10 till 12 in honor of her guests Misses Grace Hersburger of Pittsburg Pa and Carrie Johnston of Lebanon Ky Mrs Ross Burnside of Barbourville was called here Saturday by the serious illness of her mother Mrs Patsy Kinnaird At this writing Mrs Kinnaird is some better Miss Thee Hemphill of Madison Institute is home for the Easter holidays Mrs Jonas Rucker of Ford Ky is with her sisters the Misses Sugars Miss Mayme Ballard has returned from a months visit to friends in Noblesville Ind Here and There Riley Collins a fugitive formerly residing in Letcher county and who had engaged in bootlegging in Wise ounty Va was shot to death by Shcr KiscrOak Cemetery in Paducah is so rowded that the sexton the other day In attempting to dig a grave uncovered three corpses They had been burled one on the other A memorial to the late Rev Dr John II Heywood was unveiled in the Church of the Messiah Louisville yesterday Addresses were delivered by several wellknown men The Louisville and Interurban railway has secured rights of way for six additional miles on the Salt River ranch and will build the extension luring the coming summer Henry Newman a white boy aged 16 years of r ill was truck in the head by abrick thrown by Pat Williams a Negro boy Newman will die Williams escaped According to adviceareceived in To klo 109 were killed and 29 injured in the earthquake in the southern part the Island Later reports are expected to swell toe death roll MATRIMONIAL Mr and Mrs Albert Boyd of Upton have just celebrated anniyer sary of their marriage Rev David Bruner of Mercer who is said to have married between 4000 and 5000 couples is dead Devllss Island torture Is no worse than tho terrible case of Piles that afillcted me 10 years Then I was advised to apply Bucklens ArnIca Salve and less than a box ermanently cured me writes L S rapier of Bugles Ky Heals all rounds Hums and Sores like magic at Pennys Drug Store Stanford dyne Bros Crab Orchard L CHURCH 1trAT7ERSI Rev L M Omer will preach at Tut ncrsvillc at 230 r M next Sunday Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at La gana Creek church next Sunday morn ing at 11 oclock Rev Gifford Gordon of Livingston will preach at Turncrsvillo next Sun day morning at 11 oclock There will be preaching and communion at Hebron churchon the fifth Sun day in this month instead of the fourth SundayRev E S Tull of Kosciusko Miss declined the flattering call extended to him by the congregation of the Baptist church here Three persons were killed and 20 injured eight of them seriously in a panic which followed a cry of fire in a Catholic church in Chicago Revs J L Owens of McKinney and- O W Cokely of Beaver Dam will begin a protracted meeting at the Bap tist church at Liberty Sunday The Russian Easter began Friday am the holidays will continue until April 24 During the interval all work will prac tically be suspended the Government departments being closed The Northern Indiana Presbyter decided that extraordinary work must be put forth to convert noro men or there will not be enough bass singer to make harmony in the heavenly choir It also decided to cut hell out of the creed The words etcrna torments which have stood in the Presliytferian creed for 250 years wil stricken out Instead the term de struction will be substituted The Richest Man In the World The richest man in thQ world cal not have his kidneys replaced nor Hvi without them so it is important not 10 neglect these organs If Foleys Kidney Cure is taken at tho first sign of danger the symptoms trill disappear And your health will be restored as It strengthens and builds up these or gans as nothing olscwlll Oscar How man Lebanon Ky writes I have psed Foloys Kidney Cure and take I great pleasure in stating it cured mo permanently of kidney disease whlcl certainly would have cost mo my life Pennys Drug Sto- reSURPRISE HAWK Extra fine black Jack U X hands high coming Sfearaold will make the season of 1008 a our Itable 84 tnllts Eastot Huston Tllle near Stanford liutlouvllle pike at 815 for JenneU and SIO tor snare to Iniur a living colt STIGALL IIRO- IMoreland Ky Ogdensburg 8787 Record 224 Trial 222 By Jlnmbrlno Pntchfn will mike for season of 1006 at my farm at SIO to Inuro a living colt He Is a line individual and haa abundant style speed and action lie has proven himself a great breeder his colts kind that sell readily for big prices Will also stand three One jacks two at itO and one at IS to Insure a living colt fee my stock before yon breed M 8 IIAUQUMAN Stanford Ky Splits SplitsSP- LITS What Is Splits Find Out Get n bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Splits Made from Epsom Water Carbonated stops the Dope habit It is easy fry our Diamond Brnml Splits For trio at Drug Stores Soda Fountains safes and Saloons Price lOc Per Bottle Whites C C Water Company Inc Crab Orchard Ky THE WARFIELDT- rial 224 Trotting Dark bay stallion 15 315 hands foaled August Igor bred by Village Farm East Aurora New York Sired by Dare Devil 4828 record 209 sire cf The Beau Ideal i5J4 Son of Mambrino King 1279 siro of Lord pcrby Nightingale Metallas The Questor Lord March adof the Manor HeiratLaw King Charles M cki- ng Boy Mercees all with records under 2081l Dam Naughty Girl by Rex byMatnbrlnotutwood Goo dam Topaz by Strath more Gth dam Millard by Albion Cth dam Ned by Edwin Forest 7th dam Lady Turner by Mambrino Chief dayslasth f mile track He is sound good head cd good gaited good wind good feet and legs and kind and easy to handle in liar dayHefarm near McKinney at 8i5 to insure a wing colt Mares traded off or bred to another orse forfeits insurance and makes season money duo Lien Retained on Colts Until Season is Paid We will also stand the imported jack CONQUEROR yearsIdoints fine bunejind action and a treat jackbeforeS M WENS SON McKinney Ky F Ultra Brock Port If there iswa better line of Ladies Footwear made in America today than the one made by the Moore Schafer Shoe Co and called the II Ultra land Brock Port I do not know them They are t made in every conceivable last and leather They- areas serviceable as ladies shoes can be made They are as pretty as artists can make Our line of Low Shoes this time is Especially Handsomej Brock Port Shoes 3 Brock Port Low Shoes 250 Ultra Shoes 350 Ultra Low Shoes 3v See them and you will like them Use a pair andeyouwill want them again H J McROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY s 4I I NAPOLEON Illack luck lSi hniids high WIU plied bI Tllrllllls oll SIOIOIi let by IIhlclt llnwk who Will son tstlgulhs lain ho l y lhrl Ill hawk ftl dam by loi Wood Will nO mflllIt lo to tnitiro h living colt Tnullnn the mnro forfeit tilt linurancf No ir IoOetbllltyor nccltlrnt K Ky or A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRobcrts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Two Farms For Sale I wish to wll prlvntcly my farm of no ncm Smile Vtlot Ijancnster An the leu liiKton pike H Is well IIIIIrO and Im of water and tlintivr Well fonct rIIIIIrAllo of 1O nrrei lying mldwny Ixtwitn Lnnrnstvr and Utx IliRton Hood outlet enoli wnv WII finccd Tiriiiirvnooinililu T IIIKHIUNU Morkibury Ky Old Crab Orchard Distillery Whisky Direct from Distillery Any uuftntlty not tie Jugor B trrel 81 125013 an II Orders by mIll promptly- shipped OLD GRAD OHOIIAKD DISTILLERY CO Opposite Depot Crab Orchard Ky Waynisbury Marble and Gran Ha Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Doalcr In and Manufacturer of Granite Monuments Marble IluUcd letters n Hiicctnlty Otllru and work Wnyne hurBKy It l Iadgvtt Agt Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Grab Orchard Ky e ere prepantl to wrltu Insurance Life Accident Fire or TornadoA- nd solicit the Imslnosg of tho citizens ot the Knst End None but tho Ixet coinpuh les rtprtSented Office with Crab Orchard Banking Co Hnvo n talk with us before piecing your In iiirancu of renewing old ollclcs- Miit your roH rty Uitieendwe sell It for you charging you only niniall per edit NABOTH By Naboth bay and a much finer horse his slreso wellknown in this part of the StRtO an a breeder of style nnd durability Dam Nom Nor val bvNoval 9ill4 a ton of Electioneer 12S Nora Norrul Out dam by Metro roll tan ion of llambletonlan 10 sire of Oeo Wilkes nnd Electioneer 2d dam by Main hrlno Starlight 3rd dam by Oliver 4th dam by Wagner 9th dam by Imp Tranby Oth dam by Thornton Rattler A splendid In dividual with a pedigree as One as any horses Stands 15 blgh and wclghs- 12oolOllnc11 Will make this present sea son at n Pettui near Ireiclieuvllle at- Sl250 tolnsure a living colt Money due when mare Is traded or parted with or bred to another horse The black jacK J K BAUGHMAN by Tarklnctons Napoleon will make the season at the same place at SlO to Insure a living colt lie In 2 high and has proven a good breeder grazed at 250 per month which In all cases must paid before they are re taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur J M B 0 PETTU- Slreacherevllte Ky I andI r titMC PENNY is in position to supply your rs every want in Paints Varnishes Colors IICome in and ice us Let us I painingI SHERWIN I PAINT WILUAMS best value in paint world Itho I PENNYS SOLD DRUG BY STORE I STANFORD KYI- tattrlat wttttttaaartttt I l Call and get one of these If not eatisfneetnryreturn U and get your mon ey Kick Good for roast turkey hand etc Works on top of stove ns well in oven Xi GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford Kentuckyp The Piace to BUVJL Garden and Field Seeds Garden Tools Plow Gear Poultry Netting Screen Wire Cloth Screen Doors Hardware Cuttlery Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits c at bottom prices I 1 it George D Hopper Stanford Ky I r tIc Ll kfI SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY STANKOUD Kv A run 17 1001 RUSSIAN Corn Curo removes corns In four days lOc Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS Mites T A MIKE Is in Loulsvill shopping Miss SUSAN FISIIBK WOODS h with Richmond friends G W MARTIN of Corbin is with hii parquta nt Rowland WALTER Josua is working nt rino Hill for the L N MAYOR A II KuiiKUCB la up from tho oil Holds of Wnyno- Mn MANIBV HUBY was in Cincinna ti buying goods last week Miss SAiun COOKK of Danvilio vleitetl her sisters hero unday Miss DELL FHUND Visited MIls Knthcrtno Wnlkcrat Icrryvillc v lioN HARVKY HPLM spent u week looking after his oil interests in Wayne county Mru J W ADAMS who now lives In Lexington was here last week with friends EDITOR E A AuiiiiniiT of tho Mt Vernon Signal was here yesterday on business Mn liuncii BUCHANAN of Crab Orchard went to Louisville yesterday to visit friends MIL 0 J CROW who has bgcn sick for several weeks was able to come to town Saturday MISH POLLY DUANC TRAYLOR hns been the guest of Mrs A H Robert son at Danville Miss SALLIE MCWMORTER spent Sat unlay and Sunday with the home folk at Crab Orchard DR J F IEYTOS went to Crab Orchard Friday to ace Mrs W M Doorcs who is quite sick Dine M C SAUKLKY will hostess at tho Current Events Club meeting IhU afternoon at 230 Mt DAIs HETTIB McKiNNBY and J M lilackcrby of Louisville urn with Mr and Mrs W M Wright MIL CECIL WILUAMS of Somerset was hero Friday on his way to Mt Vernon to visit grand parents WALLACB T COVER of Crab Orclv and came homo from Georgetown Cal lego to spend Easter with parents MIL W IL McltonnitTS has rent and will move to the Dr J K Vnry Arsdnlc IJropcrt Mr j It Powel will occupy McRoberts cottage TUB Young Married Peoples Club which was to have met W J Aston Friday evening has been pOlt- poned to a date which w in bo given In tcr MR ANn MRS S II FULKERSON de lightfully entertained a number of young l I couples TkiKXInu night at home nrh was prrwcnt with an Easter lIouvenlrMliJdlesboro + News AfAlRLY good picture of Mrs J L Duncan and son Leslie Dun can of Toledo 0 appeared In Satur Louisville Times mother Is nitaughtcrof Eld and Mrs Joseph Itutlou Mn A C OUVKR and wife Ions connected with the Elite Laundry hero removed to this week t Miss Ella Gooch of WaynesbuK Is assisting her sister through the rush or business Somerset Journal LOCALS Twohundred locust posts for sale E 9 Uicklcy Stanford i SEE that Paris flour and bluo line of tableware at George ILFarris I Foil seed oats seed potatoes and garden seeds come to T D Newland LACE curtains window shades cur taro stretchers wall paper Tribblp Pence IRON fence cheaper than wood Now time to order A C Sine AgL Stanford2tTile bank at Mt Vernon opened its doors Saturday The deposits for the day amounted to about 10000 v IT will pay you to get our prices on seeds and fertilizer before buying R II WestVCo Junction City Ky I WILL sell at public auction at More laud Saturday next April 21st at 1 oclock four horses thrco buggies one twohorso wagon one drummers sam scated Jersey wa plo wagon ono two Also wagon and buggy gon ono surrey harness Charles Johnson SuNbAY was not a perfect Easter as a cold wind blew and old Sol did not show his face except for a short while The weather cut no figure with those who had gotten their Easter outfits however for they wore them and shiv eyed At the various churches Sunday unmistakable evidence of active there was business In millinery and mantua thatand a the mfllK and dressmakersknew their business Wite Oxfords Arc very fashionable tins season nml wo hate the right styles and reliable qualities Infants white kid slippers i7o1 to 5 Childs white canvns oxfords sire f to 8 and 0 to 12 Miwcs white canvas Oxford size lei to 2j Ifl dies white cnnvaa oxfords size 2 to 7 81 to 225 FRESH fish Wednesday George H Farris Fpit SALE Clean stock of dry goods and groceries This ofllcc Ilea lino of buggy harness just opened See It J C McClary ALL kinds of plants lettuce rad dishes etc for sale Ed Ilubbard I FOR good disc harrow single or double corn planter get my prices T D Newland GEO BROWN Joshua Clarkson Am bro o Russell and Mrs S W Downey all aged citizens of Casey i died last week MR J C Hisiior an experienced druggist of Versailles has charge of the drug department of my store Glvo us a call J H Dunn Paint Lick SPEAKING Hon Fontaine Fox Dob bitt writes that ho will speak at May wood tonight Tuesday and that eVe erybody especially the ladies will b welcome IlY an operation on his skull surgeon at Toledo 0 have changed an incor riglble boy into a sweet tempered kmd and thoughtful son A carload or two of Stanfords irrepressibles should be sent to Toledo for similar operations p d q IN MEXICO is onl ono the nu1 merous song hits in A Royal Slave which will bo seen at Waltons Opera House Saturday night 21st Perhaps no better idea of tho rich pulsing nature of Mexican lifo could be had than by hearing those splendid melodies characteristic of tho people and the time Sung by sweet voiced singers they carry their hearers back to the days of Maximilian in the land of sunshine and flowers- CONSIDERAnLE confusion was caused at the Schubert entertainment Saturday evening by several persons holding coupons for tho same seats The open house management was not in fault as it did not sell tho the tickets but it pledges that thero shall ho no repetition of such errors The management regrets the mistakes more than those who engnRcdrcservedI scats in abundant time polled to take other seats A fiooi crowd greeted the Schubert Symphony Club at Waltons Opera House Saturday evening and enjoyed tt the fullest extent tho splendid program rendered The vocal solos and guar tettes were good and the Instrumental numbers splendid but the violin play ing of Master Tom Purcell is deserving of especial mention Ho is little short of remarkable with tho bow and his ef forts were rewarded by liberal applause The Graded School which played the Schubcrts here cleared about 25 IT Is our desire to extend thanks to those who attended tho entertainment on Saturday night It was demonstrat ed that the Stanford people will patron izo a good entertainment given in a worthy cause It showed to those who do not praise tho good but continually carp against the bad that tho denizens of our town arc ready to support good thing when they are convinced of its genuineness Wo thank tho manage ment of tho opera house for Its inter est in making everything work out pleasantly and to any whoheped In this mouse wo desire to express our appre ciation through the columns of this pa per J W Ireland TUB annual horso show at Huston villo Saturday afternoon brought n big crowd to town but in point of number tho show of horses was not up to the average Quality made up for quantity however for those present were blue string winners all of them Tho following were exhibited Dignity Daro and Col Bird D S Carpenters magnificent pair and a yearling by the first named horse Daro All C C Carpenters good ono by Dignity Dare as handsome as a picture E S Powell Sons Almont Dare a toppy threeyear old by Dignity Dare who promises to tako the place of his sire as a breeder The Warficld S M Owens Sons suo pcrb trotting stallion a good gaited fel low with individuality and a rich ped- Igree Captain Dare George Peytons pretty son Dignity Dare Orson J K Baughmans pretty Shet land aud Dixie the popular pony at Charley Nunnelley Stigall Bros had on their ood jack Surprise Hawk and ES Powell Son a tine twoyearold jack Bob Tarkington rfs Shoe Bargains IP you want n real good soft comfortable slipper for little cost aekto sco our odds and ends in slippers at 0c Former price 8150 to 200 We have Only a few pairs of each kind and want to clean them out 1 IAXUINSTER Velvet Tapestry Jute Ingrain druggets carpets matting rugs wall paper ace curtains window shades and all kinds of furniture Tribblo Pence We havo several hundred bushels of extra nice millet seed have had them well cleaned and our price is right Write us for for samples and price J H Baughman Co MR JAS L HAMILTON of Lancaster announced his candidacy for Congress in a speech at Mt Vernon Saturda night A gentleman who was present tells us that it was well received I HAVE just returned from the cit with a nice lino of millinery and I earnestly solicit the patronage of tho ladies of McKinney and community Mrs M V Moore McKinney Ky BRIGHT Josh Bright died at Danville Saturday night of heart trouble aged 43 Tho burial occurred In the Danvl1le Lemetery Sunday nCtel- services by Rev II C Garrison She wasa daughter of the lato W B Hal Ian and is survived by a husband nnd four children MARKET GARDEN My customers oC 1005 please remember that I have mov cd my place of business from Ed Hub bards to W C Sharks on Lower Mal Street where L have a better location and an abundance of all kinds of plants Remember the place you can easily find it and thoso who are judges of good quality will surely come there J W Hrackctt PROMPT SETTUmNTThe Supreme Tent K 0 T M settled with Mrs Sarah Hibbard mother of Sir Knight John W Hibbard lato of Kingsvlllc In tho sum of 1000 amount of certificate held by her son who was killed by the train on March 17th Check was de livered to the mother within seven days from date of filing proofs writes Mr M G Murphy record keeper of the KingsVillo Tent THERE issomething about tho char after of a newspaper correspondent its ho is shown on tho stage that is irresistibly attractive Ho is always bree zy humorous Bohemian rea ay for fun work or any old thing that comes along In Gordon Bennett A Royal Slave which will be seen at Waltons Open house Saturday night there is a cor respondent wlt not only gets tho newt but gets tho right people out of trouble and the other people in trouble and fi naUy gets the dainty dancing girl as well IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES STOCK in the Citizens National Banl of Danville sold at 19250 Mrs Lottio Hammonds is dead at Flat Woods Garrard county Danville followers of Dowie havo re nounced their former leader At Union City Madison count Robert Gfllen Jr was stabbed tc death by James Denny N H W Aarons of Liberty is or ganizing a bank at Russell Springs T S Isbell will be cashier Mrs Albert Smith of Harrodsburg died in a Louisville hospital where she was taken for treatmentILouis Pilcher and Thomas W Cook will start a new paperAt Nicliolaavillc April 21 called tho Kentucky Democrat Tho body of Roland Osgood aged 72 a lumber dealer who disappeared from Monticello 10 daft ago was found in tho river near Mill Springs London is in excitement over the assaulter the sixy5ear old daughter of by three white and two Negro boys A lynching was bare ly averted Gott Bros produce dealers of Rich whileloadingInto the car with great force caused the smash Berea citizens arc making big prep ration for the State encampment of the G A R and of Veterans which will meet in that city in June forjtheActing under instructions from tho prosecution the grand of Knox county a second indictment against Frank Ball charging him with namingiharlestried under the new indictment A Williamsburg spegialsays the Pine Mountain Railroad otherwise the Nashville has brought the Cumberland A bitter fight has been rightfseveral other points where tho satno a Mens and Boys Shoes r We have a line of good Shoes for men arid boys nnd prices arc low and the styles are cor rect Trya pair of Jafncs Menu Shoes at i 8250 and 83 and HI vie uOc rondsjThowhile the Pine Mountain was to build from Four Mile hell county to Wil liamsburg Easter was celebrated with unusual fervor in the cathedral there was an elaborate celebration of mass Along tho streets crowds pros trated themselves before sacred images The people of Naples were overjoyed because eruptionsof Mt Vesuvius have subsided A Lucky Postmistress- Is Mrs Alexander of Cnry Me who to forikreplngBowels In perfect order Youll agree with her if you try those painless purifiers that infuso new life Guar anteed by Pennys Drug Store Stan ford Lyno UrOs Crab Orchard Price 25c PARKERS HAIR trutinc tM hair IIHxnatct a Never Pall to Orayl stair to lie Youthful Colo- rayusint Uh2 iii Druaftu BLACK HAWK him lilnck with white point will IM 4 yeoriolil Jim a Wlllitnmlnt J for IIInres to limiro living toll and JtMnuU fur the pricewall Jim Iortcr Jnrk IKY TON 0 yinm old IS hands wtlglm hur founds nml nn extra mule luck Three crops of his colts have nil btu Inivv blacks III red torrelt to Insure living colt AlsowuynailgioeksrmningS yenr oils will sear n limited inn res rev 1111 KlNU Moruliind Ky PRESTON 922 TUi premium saddle italllon of the world will make the season of 1908 at ray table on Old Lancaster street Stanford Pres ton Is a brown boric 11 years old ISJj hands lilub a perfect model with great ityle action and speed 1fcnton was tired by Washington Nu SI he by Cromwell No 73 Plat dam Hell by Roderick 3d dam by a Denmark horse Preston bus shown against itnd defeated all tho great show hones of Kentucky I will be glad to how him to any one at my table and want those wishing to breed to a ono saddle italllon to see him before bree- dIrTaasaI will stand him at 820 to Insur e llTlng cult Money duo In all eves when mare In parted with or bred to mother horse otherwise when colt is foaled All care taken to prevent accident but not responsible should any occur Lien reo paidiaetureJO BAILEY atanford Ky The Wild Man of Borneo This lino thornimhbred horse whoso name Is n niUnoinvr for n milder gentler safer 1trlJlthtltogenus for tin to inoiiro it living colt Mire Crlt 1ti biJr SI sire trlt Doris Hr nrd sire lenenil Tlionlpon or Mercer who niHile Ills owner Judge MiKiinii IIUMU TliUliifonnutlon from the eelelirnte tur- fnuulColJV n A Mercer county miin IUIJK that old Irlt DnvU woo the IIn horse ever rnl eil In Mercer county Ills dnm wiu the celolirnted trotting burr Merle An toinette owned byItonVii Miller when he wos county attorney The Seraglio nt the Kennedy Itnrony three tulle from Orul Orlhnrd ell the Ijinrnster pile This stock of horses require breaking Also the VOltlIlIO lie Miirtlnlitie will boon tutQtlsfonIiito snort vokiinle lire across the lode of Tan IIluforlesstluttlf lib ilnni Ihu Wild IngiinHlii unrlvnlletl In her rls Ixiiu It111I Wild Mnnof llarno Is n iKiuitlful with two white html rot Volcano ilo Mnrttnlue Ix n raven blue k tllll four white bukklns nnd U ixrhiipi the inovt iKiiutllul horw in Liueahttonuty- ForMNJ FAx HniiniTT HTht niiiitnlllcetit Hhortliorn the Duke of lrnl rcmrdre inestH that Inv Kertn line that he too will found grits In lil llnremon tho ii run lint Ilnlt comply with nny ItMimmlii rnnsultn- tloufre royal bovine hlHnnens for JIOHIIITT KKNN- KDYENdAGEMENllX TRAORDINARY 1AlllIIIBEIIIIES SCINic PRoe3llOII IY IIIII IBeNHITT I n I TNCttoLYC firII l tuDtDolGotlJJwwJWWJ1 s rhi Col I nest ilrtjinutlc event of season Heo tho rent Inland by inoonllKht the KorKoiiBiMilncoof tho king great volcano state iMwlld t1III of enUsgllhnlents Our load of serneryeneclscost of WartlstH A thrll hog of love imtslon Intrigue rtnll tleyllllen 1UlIlurolc dilrlll Yyalundf5c Miaton sale lit lcHohcrti Drug Mtoru t Copyright MarxiI Hart Schaffher M i CAST YOUR EVES i i Over the Jaunty Cleveri i We Spring are now exhibiting Suit stylesifind not only the and color most a rare treat in the matter of price Well tailored suits of good material 5 to 8 Black and Blues Serges and Thibets 750 to 18 Pure r Worsted and Scotch effects 10 to 1750 Hart Schaffner Marxs all wool 15 to 2- 0CUMMINSMCLARY i t sl1A W NNrN1NwKlNH t f 1111 t I Hi + + I4 1 +tlllllllill 11111 I LOOK I LOOK I Lawns Mulls Silk Tissues Organ dies Dimities EtcVie have a largeI assortment of the above now readyI All patterns and all prices Also a large new assortment of Val Meck tin and German Val Laces Call 1r andsee them L MHUBY CO Goods Notions Shoes jDry and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY e IIIII MUtt 111nl I II IItill I II I The Interior Journal Entered in the Post OffICe at Starford U tKcmdclau tnalkr- PVBWBrED TDBSBAV8 AND PlllHAS 1100 PER YEAR CASH p When not so paid 1200 will be charged Strawberry Plants For Sale I have the followliiR vnriotlr of Straw for sole Ilnvnrliirul hail lnn lyJassleiltiJiurilfrfndywtnt Mali lalsoliavoBorfldozenplgiKms thnt I will If nil are taken Jon lof Xlngivllk K- yINSURANCE Fire Wind Mtorm Life and Accident Nongbutthe BTUONOKHT and ZKST Oomnnnlci Iowetlos sable Rake Loss PayingRcC rdjUncqualted Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone Non 35 Farm Mules For Sale AN andtivs bred Yeu can aaa them by calling on ma Re G Fox LIvtrAjetd t Sale Stable Danvllla Ky BD CARTER Successor to Bruce h Oarter Livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KYISpecial attention to Oommcrcinl Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission tock Pens In Connection New Hustonvillc Firm Unvlng bought of McOonnnck k IVncock heir Groceries Hardware wo n hare of the patronage of Loll egt End 10Iyle AVo nlso have In connection n will Neat Market and Lunch Counter We Day butcher stun at highest market rice nnd having n plendld ment cutter we anfurnlsh you with the hest We also buyI sll kind of country produce d BISHOP A LIIPtt Hustonvllle Ky lye Me Your Order 1 Can Please You Why buy readymade clothing when there 10 llttlo difference In the price of high redo readymade suits and a suit Wade to your measurement taken by nu experienced adore I have n handsome line of Winter goods I can make front n low price tulncts ult to the lineal dreas suit Also rercoats trousers and fancy vests The am puny I represent le one of the test H C RUPLEY the Tailor Da1l Traylor DKALVR IK Disk n Brandy Wines Beer Gigar Etc ntar Houla llhra Depot STANFORD KY 1 Ptcayt nl fmulttIlJOII Nothing LIhsNs- nadak zrtpt ordtrs rictlv y 101108 IAttention Farmers I t IIhave just received ix car load or JO tons of The Old Homestead Fer tilizerI- tlina a worldwide is un excelled as a crop producer It sells on its merits For tho lands sake give it a trialiAV CnruaiTox KingsvilleKy i t Undertaker Embalmer and jDea1er in HarneeeSaddlery- Ac t 1 i STANFORD KENTUCKY Phuue 167 Home Phone 35 fomcJLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm erstAI50 Dealers in Fur niture MattiugaRirgs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Priqea Right STANFORD KENTUCKY s FARMERS DEPARTMENT- No 1 seed corn for sale John M Spoonamore Hubble Two heavy work horses for sale W W White Moreland Jack L Beazley sold to a Knnsas party a pray mare by Dignity Daro for 300 A H Hamlin bought of W M Southard a heavy pair of mules fo- r3OOMt Vernon Signal Thirtyfour short yearling mules for sale mostly mares Call on or write CT Bohon Lebanon Ky J Marsh CofTcyhas bought of Emmett McCormack his 125acro fllrm near Hustonvillo at 7250 A good crowd attended Danville court yesterday but not much trading WIlS done The horse show was the best in several years FOR SALE1200 or 1500 tobacc sticks at 30c per 100 and a rightbar McCormack binder B T Lunsfon- Preachcrsville A pig weighing about 50 pounds came to my place in February Owner can get him by paying for this notice and its keep J N Vanhook Saufley Mules are in demand at Lexington but not so with horses An offer oC 450 was refused for a pair of mules Many offers of 150 and 225 are received A hen the property of F N Day Hazel Green Wolfe county produce an egg said to measure 81 inches long and 71 inches in circumference and weighs six ounces ESTRAY X black hog weighing about 75 pounds came to my placo in October Owner can get him by pay ing for this notice and his keep August Fischer near Junction City Jesse Alverson J K Baughmanf great Shetland pony will make the season at my place but will be sent his old home in the West End wher the occasion demands M S Baugh man Stanford Having sold my splendid stallion Na both Jr to Mr W B Burton of Lan caster 1 urgently request those who had thought of breeding to him to do so Ho will make the season at Lancaster and Mr Burton will treat you right J R Beazley Stanford Fire which started in the grounds ol the Kentucky Racing Association Lex- Ington destroyed three barns eight race horses and 1C dwellings causing loss approximating 75000 Among the horSes burned was Wampum by Orna ment owned by Oliver H P Belmont James R Beazley has sold to W B Burton of Lancaster his handsome stallion Naboth Jr for 1000 This is the best paid for a tlmejandworth the money Is The Moon Inhabited Science has proven that tho moor has an atmosphere which makes lift In some form possible on thatsatellite but not for human beings who have II hard enough time onthiscarthof ours specially those who dont Know that Electric mttelS cure Headache Biliousness Malaria Chills and Fever Jaun lice Dyspepsia Dizziness Torpid Liver Kidney complaints Genera debility and Female weaknesses Un quailed as a general Tonic and Ap etlzer for weak persons andespeelalli for the aged It induces sound sliHjp Fully guaranteed bj Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyn Bros Crab Orchard Price only COo Farming is being rapidly reduced to a the uptodate tiller of the clencelands operates a haphazard nanner Tho United States Department of Agriculture has been working to that end for a long time teaching the farmer to study the nature of his oil and ascertain the best grow on it The department is Constantly searching for the now pro plants which will thrive under all the varying conditions in the coun try Crops can now be cultivated profitably in what for ages has been wastelands Tho farmer a wide range in electing what crops ho shall produce lie also has the benefit of many methods of cultivation from which to choose It is predicted that in 1910 the yield of web per acre will be twico what It was in 1900- The OriginaliFoley d Co Chicago originated onoy and Tar as a throat and lung raedy and on account of tho great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations are oih red for the genuine These worthless Imitations have similar sounding mes Hewaro of them The genuine Foley s Honoy and Tar is In a yellow packagc Ask for It and re- fuso any substitute It Is the best itnedy for coughs and colds Penns- Drug Store Ilumphreyii of Doyle sold- his farm of 245 acres situated about Cour miles from Danville on the Leba non pike to Elrod Bean of Wnches ter for the sum of 28175- lor 115 per acreAdvocate omach and LiverTrouble Cured Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures omach nail llvep trouble as it aids dlgcstloo and stluiulatos tbo liver and bowels without Irritating those organs- like pills and ordinary cathartics It cures indlgostlon and sick headache and chronic constipation Orlno iixatlvo Fruit Syrup docs not lusoato or gripe and Is mild and oasantto tako Refuse bttbstltutoJ nays Drug Store t n TUBE ROSE Tis a tube roso old and faded With its petals bruised and torn But it is a reminiscence Of the days for which I and irn Though its sweetest dainty fragrance Has been spilled upon tho air Still it brings a rush of memory Of tho days so bright and fair Once a waxen hand did clasp it Tenderly across her breast Just before they gently placed her In her last and earthly rest Yes it was my sainted mother In whose hand that tubo rose lay But tis now my sacred treasure Of that dark and gloomy day How the years have passed since then My sad heart alone can tell For the tolling bells that day Sohnded like my funeral knell Though I live my heart is dead Buried with my mother dear But her mystic power ahd love Warn me that shes over near In a dream I wander idly Oer the well trodden paths of life Never drinking in Its pleasures Never mingling in its strife As I sit tonight in sorrow Shedding tears upon this bloom Lo t a bright and silvery halo Seems to penetrate my room On and on my fancy leads me Neath the touch of holy hands And my mother seems to lead me Far away through wondrous lands It is oer tho dream has vanished And no more her formal see Nothing but this faded tube rose Which was laid away for me L M Play The Picket to win the Brooklyn Handicap is the tip going out fron Churchill Downs all over the country The Picket who annexed the Brooklyi two years ago has been going great guns at the Downs for the last three weeks Carroll Reid who is training the string of Middleton Jungbluth of this city owners of The Picket left this morning for Sheepshead Buy with the crack handicap horse and Bayonet the halfbrother the threeyearold filly Rose of Gold and three two yeal olds Players of horses around Louis vllle have been nibbling for some tIme in Barney Wellers future book on The Picket at 15 to 1 In the last few days Wcller has received so many large commissions on the son of Falsettc that he has cut the price to lOrSun days Courier Journal Grip Quickly Knocked Out Some weeks ago during the severe winter weather both my wife and my self contracted severe colds which speedily developed into the worst kind of la grippe with all Its miserable symplons says Mr J S Eglestono Maplo Landing Iowa Knees and joints aching muscles sore head stopped up eyes and nose running with alternate spoils of chills and fever We began using Chamber Rains Cough Remedy aiding the sumo with a double dose of Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets and by Its liberal uso soon complete knocked out the grlp1 Sold by Dr W N Craig the popular druggist Stanford Instructions to United Mine Workers from President Mitchell not to Indulge In unlawful disturbances was trans mitted to them at a number of meet- Ings of locals in the Shamokin district Additional guards Were posted at numerous collieries j Cured Hemorrhages of the Lungs Several years since my lungs were so badly allectcd that I had many icmorrhnges writes A M Aka of Wood Ind I took treatment with icveral physicians withoutnny benefit I then started to tako Foleys Honey and Tar and my lungs are now as sound us a bullet I recommend It in advanced stages of lung trouble oloys Honey und Tar stops the ough and heals the lungs and prevents serious results trout acold He fuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store Three sons of Charles Vogel farmer near Alexandria Campbell county died of spinal meningitis the same day and two are critically ill imo disease ALMONT DARE Sired by Dignity Dare No 3O2 AIII H It lie by Chester hire 10 A S be hV Illack eoulrrel S8 A 8 II H he by liluck Eagle 7t A3 II K he by Ring William 07 A S II K first dam Koxu way Registered ID Volume 10 A T II R IB by Abtlallnh MambrlaoA T It lr8 of Geneva 2OOy4Mattlu II S1SK utnloo 2i2S andmany others under but bdalluh Mambrlno by Aim nt No a3 la T II H 2d data by Orlt Davis s62 he by Durban Chief 3d dam Mnltto by foreign 1lght Foreigner by Imp Olenco ForI elKu Light dam Starlight by Cherokee by- mp Ilaosori lilt dam by CuanliiRhatnc pper bottom 9th dam hp Imp Iluxztrd For klze style beauty disposition and per irmance In liurnoss and under laddie con daring ngeaod handling he has nu mjio om and but fow djuals See him nna you will like him Will alto stand two nxtra mule jacksgood dlvliluiiln and Hnclv bred Service foe Almont Daro 215 Iniurance Imltdd to a few Mate Jack Rob Turk IDgton IIO Iniurancu limited Victor lIugo Jr Victor uugogs Two and onelml mile toutbletof llus tonvllle on iiuitonvlilo S Liberty pike ridlnc or breeding clseifhnro render tea son due E lOiILJ SON A LOOK I lion t buy your Spring nntl summer tint until you wo my n lot of nlcw pattern date nowetstyles Irlci right rlllil casts Call see them MHft JUNK AMIKHHOX IlrenclllnlIe Ky HAY YOUR colts castrated by T P Gross Crab Orchard Ky the well known eas trator of horses and horso doctor Photic in Residence DignityDareNohi2 Mnhogouw block point whltnon on left hltu footIIInu n ham I high weigh 191 pouiuli strong tilt tKIIII heavy mnnu Mud toil good hack with crtinoy tapering set III tug moimtiil Mioulilrr n ndtlle loni0 Lend nlll cams hlmn inodul under halter iilwn wears blue string In modtil ring wonders style In ImriioKi a show horse sun llIn one yvar old wor all honors In hit cln wherever ihown alto tho blue tit In sweet stake harm rings at MIUIO Whoa II lvarold liv wee shown tltnei and 1oro blue strings hits never Ixen defeated III fnnoy Unvictor Inatnthlnncbd10ring as II bard when shown with three or moro of lilt gt for Mte fttyln mitt general conformatlo and fornll purH es lie Is II u8ldle Lon with live distinct gait Just lute aetli sacker Rood In two talks and nnlco lope wry postlvo In his trot under middle nml III harueuRreat all around union us It roo quired for mi uptoilntd Illll of MKI IriClod some horses for iailillt or ImrneM Ho li sure enough luirnesa horau graceful itylli mid taut can ihow eighth in IKU seeon- dlngait with but little handling dill thh Intt foil one year after serving mart- In the Airing Ho li x s tvxl of wonderft nerve and Hod enough to lIt n trotter for truck me or gentlemen roiiiUterlnrai tlIlh hlIv nnd ttrotig vnoim tpnnenrrliiKwhorwiwltiiil kindly ills Uloll for nllllUrllO II H Is till horse to slit porkers stylish grace fill iiilMtance and docility It hnM IKHI given tip by horftemen that he Is OliO of Hi niott uniform breeders In Kentucky III type hits nits utter hlmxlf line nowr slur sorrel colt The moot irolltnbl i horse ror thw tanner and small brwder to pnxluoi It tho hors which rves till widest rmiKO or ulxeIwell Ills colt era show cults of ho very type blue tiring winner from the oldet to the jounijrit SI of hi colt have tern offered for mid hl for IIn average or Viilnnd the average ngoot Ibelll h year lid month IKniniirr Hired by Chester nnre 10 N It he by lllnck Squirrel W lie l Black Engle TI lit by William III t Washington Denmark tin by Gnlnei IHilimnrkBlheby race hors Denmark V H be h Imp Jliiliteforit DlRnltyn hers ilsm llilemont WetclnnodtNo 8KT A TII1L he by Vllllnm Welch All he h1 Kywllcfn llnmbletonlnn lilRnlty we onddiim liby Alxlnllnh Mt nKvrtkl iliui bvnilli Vermont Ith dam Thorouuhbml welchmont first taut Pauline by Union Forest 2w- tlTrrieIIanity Pare will nicks tint ilia won of Itiwint my tnbl In Huttonrlllc Ky nt S to Insure II llvlliK colt when fOil 11 Mare traded or miiovttl forfeit ln urnnn nnd money become due and must ba nt time of such trmiwictloil Mnr Rrnan at ItiO per month nod Mlle to Is le fore reolovnl or mare 40irlllll r11 11111 nt nnMinubie rates Mares cntrn toil to nn will receive my IMTMIIIII intention but I will not b0 reioiilb for accidents or es s Phan In rrsdfenee lit llrutonvlllr- hy CAUIKNTKIt Col Bird 40566 Hay horn foaled 1111 lured by Ot V I Cecil I Jin vl le Ky Slml hyllerllliin Chief 1171Nosire of 61yearold with Jsil or letter by ivclllmi YIUtylrv of In 111 tut dam Birdie Kunney IIhtr to now RIIIIIIOIIII slmof- nndZolleSVilkea2trl lly lamlietttt Wllkn 1 IlHi slru of H with records of 2 10 or letter 2nd tutu Kllle Davis dam of Ixml Humral 2 lxyrare or lau uuirlu sir of lVodlo WllkmSnnml Kmc llfll tSY = nndRrandamot twit Cheek 3 US Ulor UunlorI mav llrlco lro A Ill Hlmw Slv lly JUd Wilkes aL No sire of Iflnnil sire oh tin dnlnsof 17- 7Snlilam Kllle Davl ithuilniii or fine Iro- duelnllllolll mid grand iliini Inn Humrnl J In t Wli llcll it S 91 and Zn die 1Ilke rat by AllxnllIor ttslnllel J IJ No ISnlreircioUlmltli Maid 211 out others 4th darn by triHkvtt llflllfouuder sired hy ellIan I ltdataladyNarreltnY1311tdate- of 1Il lhle- l2rt hy NorvnlSllaIreofounle Kvi Flowing Tide S Norvnl II JWV n1ilV2 others fndilnmfionyto iilam of Uidy 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VolnntcHrM lrvofi11 dnuulters Iuive produce nth dnmOlarailain of IIIxIr ITI Alma r and ant other nnd Aldn dnm ol Adn de nnre 2 Uletntor sire of Ju Eve tit and shadier and ulllo Ijuly Iexleq dRill of IHttor 1rlnii by lIlIrlcnn Star IIa of four mid damn orts Tthilam McKlntry hour dam of Shark t2714 nnd grand dams of Dexter Alma and Chars Civilian Chief i avery young horse et he hat I of hl0 gel with trotlliiK reeords f 211 or better taeh made when th were hut two earl old He wan the champion Ire of Worlds Fair wliiiurx In lure Ceclllan 2 full brother to Ji iiniiite eelplurlB211MieaCeIY21I- Niittliiu2wtIIIlIo1I1I lr 82s4 sired IIy latnlMttii Ilkes S hts the liv tire lilt dam JrnniiiI55Ydam of Iier n lUi Jeannette Jecll l1l11ONIIIIIM 1121114 Nllx Veil ftj SSIiLet 5 iby Nu woo1 S i Ilrl- nl ardgrentetlr living or dent mid the JrlIIIIt lre of kneel mares that him ever Second dnm Delilah dam of IIn11r JtnlIl1hiiima Dlfutt i M Ito 1slunnrrethuy Condition 2 duns Cinmhumt 217V liurle Vllkhur t2 W Crcdetb122Sud UIorll iii flu 2122I1 Ainellii JVar on iJtS liver lOldiinlth 1 Unula rolrlt of one nu and iiiinbriiiiettii dual of Uoldiii foIfn- l211Nl by Adiiilnlhlrator it Mrs of wveral dam of sums urd dam Mary Klmof inn of Cli velaud net nndgrnnd daius of 7 lly Mamlirlno Irt of two Ith dam h Star Darns Sth dent by Tom mwder tWlllaii the slrrofITl51ahuuh- rd tlmo and 1I oni daughter the dnm of IIIOt llUel lh0 YOIIIICllllllfl In the great rood niiiie list lambetta Wllke U tin reatest sire of extrvnle speed the world has rer known stand swoml as the ur iite t roof Dtanilant horse and U tin greatest reoftllIlIlllltll horI IhIIII Ile was ii champion elm of premium horses at the IIrllIt World JolIlrIIIIMI Col HlriHiiiVl hN adre finish nnd action III breidliig he Is of the very liest mill hdait- lnrIII known to tIIlrotlllllt world Ills every illnwtlon truer to tin grassiest IIlId ht known to thu Ironing turf Is Irt he should IK Very Rreat Cal Illrd will at my stnbln ntSllIl1I isunui llvliiu colt Lion retalnid on nil ills until miisoii 11110 is paid Money when mien U traded removed or parted wIth Not ro ll lo for accldont or us IJIijw ilra fllrlllhllillt inonth 1111 CAItlKNTKil udoufilleKyr cLotHEsf a tl sr For tho Spring nnil Siliniucr Season we are eliowiug the largest niul most uptoditto lino of Mens and Boys Clothes that wo over dill 1cJoro v Other Offerings Our friends and patrons will find in our iynrioOKj tloiHiitnieiiV thc JoLt complete ol1 ring of ncr liruuliso wo have eve yet shown lfo have been extremely careful in selecting our goods front only the makers of the highest reputation for goods you can rely on Goods that we can recommend l Prices that are absolutely right SAM ROBINSON Dry Good Clothing Show Hate and Caps Lathed and Gents Furnish ingrf Etc the store that saves you money Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY Another Shipment of Smart Clothes Just received them yesterday Wo van noW show uitan n ortiiicnt of liens and Boys Clothing that MirjwR nil past records Tho prices arc convincing Come in and look them over W E Perkins Crab OrchardI DaCE GRAYShet- hualeny lIra olilas lnrbrs lull owned by UIIKI Held Fodrr will itiake the enuiniit Until Iniun u Uvlnn roll II li by mi lui ortitl punv thai coat llJUttl III th Sheila tat INlnnd and Is rinnliil by Imrwim n us the lest In K iituekyilifintliia till comers In the show ring In llti lteu r Inlaid on nil cult until mvutnl li imld Mnres ixirtixl with or burl flMwlicri orbit ln iininr nml uionry KTOIIII title Will make ilif sciihoii lit the Lieu bark ut tin Ht Asaph Hotel C ItHIl Htanfonl Ky u tl II HOMEYou are now planning BUILDERSyour lioueo to build this season II Dont forget these facts about Tin Hooting FIRE I FIRE I FIRE I you know tho feeling thc o words give a If you have a tin root there will be fll per IDoof lire nt your house When you think h JlropertI it will last it is tho cheapest and best r to consult me and get prices before you your roofS HALDRIDGE I fDrputStreet Stanford Ky i170 YNaINOTICE will until May L jww wll rll nlly tirlvll KstoiiiM nivmpiiiii water at s rlllll live nuiiillii for KI mid will tit saiti date tleltvtr Santa water to points where I do not Lure to Nhlpon It 1L n PIT viiHi ol galled Try ii case Addrim F MHIMH 111 tl Sl tkixC Hiiitoiiville EGGS EGGS EGGS Plymouth Hock Sliver Iner VyiiiutoUi end Illnak Inligshunsat SlIKlr sotttlg of 15 Eggs ellvrl fnu or to ford Iancantur or Oral Orchard Thoiu taster acted zinc Invited to vllt and III stock Mr W 1 white Fair View Poultry Kiirin IVrottphenvlll K t INSURANCE Place your business in the oldest and strongest c inpuny In hum vorld See and tulkwilh It M Newland who will ehow you tho polic best adapted to your ago nnd promptIred K M NinrnANi Agent Mutual Life Insumnco Qo of N Y Organized IS 13 J