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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ii 4 THE INTERIOR JOURNALY 1 I VOL XXXV STANFORD KY TUESQAY MAY 21 1907 NO 23ICHURCH MATTERS Rev L M Omcr will preach at the Christian church tonight Uaptlamal services will follow Rev Walter J Hill instructor In philosophy at St Louis Vnlvcralty and a native of Kentucky is dead The first religious services in Ken tucky were held at Boone boro by John Ulythe of tho Church of England 1775 The Committee on Time nnd 1laco of tho Southern Baptist convention have decided to hold tho next meeting at Hot Springs Ark At tho General Assembly of the Pros by tcrian Church in session at Columbus 0 resolutions were adopted look- Ing toward n more stringent observant of tho Sabbath Tho attendance at the Christian church Sunday school Sunday morning was 214 All tho teachers were present h save Ilev L M Orner who preache- at l Hustonvillo and tho collection amounted to 006 Tho Rev 0 M Huoy was very much surprised and elated over an announce ment that tho church had decided to give him a vacation to the Jamestown Exposition Mr Hucy left tho city Wednesday and will bo gone about 10 days All his expenses will be defrayed by the church Somerset Journal Dr Peyton IInrrison Hoge who has been pastor of Warren Memorial Pr- oaJ byterian church Louisville for the past eight years has tendered his resig nation to take effect August 1 next In his letter announcing his resignation Dr Hogo explains that for some time there has been n divided sentiment in the congregation and says that on ac count of this ho deemed it best to sever his connection with the congregation as pastor The greatest meeting that hns been held in Stanford in many years camo to nn end Sunday night when Dr H 11 I Crossflcld of Owcnaboro preached his r farewell sermon nt the Christian church to a largo audience During tho two weeks preaching 97 persons camo for ward about OS of whom mado confes sions for time first time The remaining 30odd camo from other congregations Tho meeting did great good and Dr Croscflcld the pastor and the conJrega tton in general are deserving of unstint ed praise The doctor loft for his home in Owensboro yesterday morning taking with him the beat wishes of the many friends ho made during his short so journ That ho is a man of ability none will gainsay nnd that he Is a pleasing and forcible expounder of gospel truths all will admit Itov C W F Daniels of Hustonvillo who lead in song grew into great popularity with our people both as a chorister and as a Christian gentleman Ho is tho bolos N ed pastor of tho Hustonvillo Christian church and is a fine preacher This is tho greatest sugar consuming country In the world During the nine l hemonths ending with March 31 3692 pounds were bought breaking all records Tho quantity of sugar pro duccd in tho United States in 100G is according to the best estimates at I present available 1301000000 pounds which exceeds by 11000000 pounds the figures of tho former high record year 1905 Homo production now supplies a little over onefifth of tho sugar consumed in tho United States and our islands Porto Rico Hawaii nnd tho Philippines supply practically another ono fifth so that tho United States is dependent upon foreign countries for about three flfths of Its enormous sugar consumation aggregating over 6000 000000 pounds per annum or an aver ago of about 76 pounds per annum for each individual In mere tonago tho sugar brought Into tho country exceeds by far that of any other article im ported Dont Pay Alimony- to bo divorced from your appendix There will bo no occasion for It it you keep your bowels regular with Dr 1luglI New Lifo Pills Their action Is so gentle that tho appendix novor has cause tq mako the least complaint Guaranteed by G I Penny druggist 25c Try them This story Is sent from Lexington While tearing up tho foundation of tho Navarre Club building in this city Henry Jackson a laborer released a live toad that is believed to have been entombed In the masonry for 20 years This Is a good month to euro stom ach troubles G L Penny gives a guarantee tho next 30 days to refund tho money If Mlona falls to euro Nonce to suffer longer with Indigestion Lnwrcncoburg and vicinity was visit- od by a hard hailstorm Sunday afternoon and much damage was done to the 4growing crops and eggvegetation A Berlin scientist has made 70000 ox aminations to get to the conclusion that womans brain is undoubtedly smaller than mans r Metcalfo county voted itself try Saturday by a majority of 857 votes h U Resolutions of Respect On April 10th tli9 angel of death camo nnd took from our midst Mrs Su ale Arnold Best Although sho had been very III for quite n while death carne when least expected- In death as in life sho was gentle speaking words of comfort to those around and as the end drew near sho smiled nnd closed her tired eyes to open them in a more beautiful country In the death pf Sister Best we feel that the community has lost n friend There fore be it resolvedI1 That tho Ladies Aid Society hat lost a faithful willing worker the church a devout and hclpfpl member tho family n kind and loving mother and wife one who shared alike their joy and sorrow 2 That wo do not question tho wisdom of tho Divine One and bow in hum unto submission and say Thy will not ours bo done 3 That we extend to the family our deepest sympathy and point them to n better home a house not made with hands 4 That a page be set apart In our record as a memorial nnd placo thereon these resolutions a copy be sent to tho family and one to tho INTERIOR Joun HAL for publication Ladies Aid Society of tho Christian church Moreland KyIy MATRIMONIAL lion Zcb Stewart of Corbin nnd Miss Josnio B Hay of Murray will be married today Thomas Warner anti Miss Carrie Lou Nichols woll known young oCI the Nevada vicinity of Mercer countyI woro married Friday Leonard G Dahoncy a druggist of Columbia and Mfu Molllo Hunter daughter of J J Hunter of GradyI vllle Adair county wore married last w kIWilliam Collier of Lancaster nnd Miss Nannlo Hare of Nicholasvillo drove to the home of Charles M Richardson at Lexington nnd wore joined heart nnd hnndIWilliam T Guest son of Col J WI Guest of Crab Orchard and Miss Marietta Hughes also of Louisville wero united in marriage in Indianapo lis Mr Guest is well known In thisI county und is very popular Woudorful Eczoma Cure Our little boy had eczema for five years It writes N A Adams Henrietta Pa Two of our homo doctors said the case was hopeless his lungs being alTooUd Wothcnemployed other doc tors but no benefit resulted liy chance wo road about Kleotrio Hitters bought a bottle and soon noticed Improve ment Wo continued this mcdiclno until several bottlos wero used whoa our boy was completely ourcd Host of all blood incdtolnos and body build ing health tonics Guaranteed attlon ys Drug Storo Wo Guest Walter bring me some rice pudding Walter Boss I cant jess recom mend do rico puddin today Guest Whats the matter with it 1 WalterNuthin cept dar aint none There has never been a case of typhoid fever or appendicitis known to de velop where Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water has been used constantly because it keeps tho whole sys tern In perfect order Do not be imposed upon There are imitation Crab Orchard Snits and Water on the market ask your druggist for Whites gen ulna Diamond Brand Orlno Laxatlvo Fruit Syrup is best for women and children Its mild ac tion anti plpasant taste makes It pro ferable to violent purgatives such as pills tablets etc Get tho booklelund a sainplo of Orlno at G L Pennys That girl must be bowlegged said thclclcrk Why 11asked the floorwalker Sho wanted a bathing suit with an extra long skirt U L Penny extends a eordlal Ins tation to any ono sutTcring with oa tarrh to call and see llyomoi rime complete outfit costs but 81 and ho rotund the money If liyo mel does not oureTho Commissioner of Corporations in a report to tho President asserts that tho history of the Standard Oil Com pany shows a destruction of competition and a consequent monopolization of the entire industry t All tho electricians in the employ of tho United Railroads in San Francisco struck Saturday in sympathy with striking carmen Gaston C Philip of New York and Washington a prominent clubman shot mad fatally wounded a Washington carriage driver Mrs Martha Lillard tho mother of E W Lillard of Danville is dead at Lawrenceburg after a long illness NEWS NOTES Since 1C20 Mexico has produced f 300000 in silver and gold At Pasadena Cat tho postofficc safe was cracked and 13000 stolen The little hamlet of Davis in Scott county was destroyed by fire Tho loss is 20000 P H Morrissey was reelected Grand Master of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen by the convention at Atlanta Caleb V Bartlett cashier of tho Madison Coal Co of St Louis is un der arrest charged with being 26000 short A nineyearold son of Russell Lin ville of Fnyette county was killed while playing with an old pistol he found Jesse James the noted outlaws son is at time ago of 80 one of the most talentedand respected lawyers of Kan las City Mrs Sarah Dearen dropped dead at the homeof her daughter Mrs Flor enco Clark at Campbellsvllle while eating dinner Death and destruction to property followed In the wake of n terrific blast set oft at tho foot of Lookout Mountain near Chattanooga James A Root a blind mnn living in Spencer county Ind rushed into a burning house and saved the little daughter of a farmer Tho Chicago Milwaukee and St Paul Railroad Company has been found guil ty of rebating at Now York and fined 20000 which was paid All thq brewery workers and brewery wagon drivers in San Francisco went strike Saturday They demand an increase from 20 to 27 a week Mr nnd Mrs Jason Sims aged peo plo of Boyd county wore found with their throats cut at their home 18 miles from Catlqttsburg It is supposed that they wero first robbed and then murder odThe Supreme Court of Georgia in a decision handed down uphold the rail dlty of what is known as the Uoykin Bill passed by the last Legislature commonly known as tho antibucket shop law To prove his capacity for whisky Thomas Taylor a Negro cabdriver of St Louis wagered that he could drink a large quantity of liquor Ho consumed the 19 drinks without a break according to the wager and died seven hours later The work of securing a jury at Boise Idaho to try William D Hoywood on the charge that he murdered Frank Stcunenbcrg continues to drag slowly forward and a major portion of this week probably will bo consumed in completing tho task Under a decision of the Court of Ap peals a trustee in bankruptcy may pro ceed to collect all the available funds of the bankrupt without an order of court but ho cannot bring suit against tho Individual stockholders to collect under the double liability law Increased appropriations for tho State College will be asked of tho next Gen oral Assembly and an effort will be made to show that the needs of time in stitution nro great requiring at least 200000 a year to place it on an equal footing with other State colleges After 17 years of service with the Southern Railway Company C H Hungerford who has been district passenger agent with headquarters in Louisville for the past five years has voluntarily left the employ of tho company to enter a now field of business The wife of Thos S Watson a prominent real estate and insurance agent of Carlisle committed suicide by tying a weight from a foldingbed around ono wrist and jumping into a cistern head foremost When found she had been in tho water about a half hour Moro News from tho New England States If nny one has any doubt as to the virttio of Foloys Kidney Cure they need only to refer to Mr Alvin II Stlmpson of Willlnmnnte Conn who after almost losing hope of re covery on account of the failure of so many remedies finally tried Foloys Kidney Cure which ho says was uJust- tho thing for him as four bottles cured him completely Ho is now entirely wen and free from all tho suffering incident to acute kidney trouble G L Penny The local option forces went down in- deCent at Cynthlana tho majority in favor of open saloons in that city be ing 34 votes A general election in Harrison county with Cynthlana as a separate unit has been called for July 6 nnd the whole question wilt bo fought lover again at that time Kidney complnlnt kills peo pIe than any other disease This Is ice to the disease being so insidious that it gets a good hold on tho system before It is recognized Foleys Kid noy Cure will prevent the development of fatal disease if taken In time G L Penny b HUSTONVILLE A full iiouso tUdRev S B Lander at the Baptist church Sunday Rev C W F Daniels will preach nt the Christian church Sunday night Rev Omer preached a good sermon to a good audience here Sunday morn lag Carroll nnd James Reid sold Henry Traylor a splendid harness mare by Nabbth for 400 Jerry Adams and John Rout had a very fine string of bass they caught In Green River Friday John Steele Carpenter has returned from Tampa Fla where he spent the winterCowan McCormack shipped 280 75 pound lambs on a special order to Cin cinnati for which they got n fancy priceTho remains of Thomas King who was killed in a railroad wreck near Louisville were taken to Garrard county for Interment A splendid two story brick building on one of the best business corners in our city for sale at a bargain on terms to suit purchaser Box 82 Major Dryc of Bradfordsvillc was the guest of Mr John Dinwiddie C F Montgomery and wife of Liberty spent Sunday with the family of T L McCormack bought of R L Murphy 13 cattle ranging from 50 to 700 pounds at 370 to 41c He sold John Smiley a pair of fouryearold mulos for 325 Cowan McCormack have bought 2000 lambs to date for delivery June 1 to July 20 for which they paid 6c to 6Jc Emmett McCormack bought of James Woods a gray harness mare for 230 Rov John F Knee of Danville will lecture for one week at the opera house beginning May 22nd Seats free and a cordial invitation is extended to all to hear this gentleman of fine edu cational qualifications The Ladies Aid Society will give an ice cream and strawberry suppcron the evening of tho 31st after commence ment exercises The supper will be given in the rooms of the Carpenter building west of tho telephone ex Catherine Hall entertained Fri day evening in honor of Misses Hare and Yancey After a sumptuous re past greatly enjoyed by all Miss Hare completed tho happily spent evening with several well rendered selections- on tho piano The commencement exercises of the graded school will be held at the opera house on Friday 31st Of tho four graduates Miss Ella Barnett will be valedictorian Miss Katherine Hall sa- lutatorian Boyd Wcatherford class prophet Miss Roso McCormack selec tion Time Baccalaureate sermon will be preached by Rev Clarence Daniels at tho Christian church Sunday morning 26th at 11 oclock MIDDLEBURG Rev J L Owens preached at R P Lanhams Sunday afternoon The school hero will close Wednesday with nn entertainment and many of the young people who have helped to make life in Middleburg worth living will leave us Wo sent a communication for las Fridays Issue but it did not appear Perhaps some of Uncle Sams boys be tween here and Stanford could tell why if they could be induced to do so The D Ds camo down from Dan ville Saturday and defeated tho Middle burg Normal College team in a ball game 9 to 0 It was the third game between the teams this season with de feats and victories even in the first two but in the game Saturday tho dummies were simply out of sight and Middle burg wasnt in it a littlo bit Mrs Della Arnold a widow of Lan caster is the guest of Mrs W T Dye Miss Mattio Estes is with her cousins the Misses Shannon at Junction City Mrs William Lair of Stanford with her son and daughter visited friends near hero Saturday John Adams was thrown from a horse and considerably bruised up lie was thought to bo se riously hurt at first but is improving Inow William Miller is very sick at his homo on Cemetery street W E Me Whorter and Miss Salena Jones visited relatives at Arabia Sunday Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy There Is probabl no medicine made that Is rolled upon with moro Implicit confidence than Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy During tho third of a century in which It has been in use people have learned that it Is the ono remedy that never falls When reduced with water and sweetened It Is pleasant to take For mule by all druggists San Francisco a investigat- Ing as the result of the finding of a bomb inside a satchel left in a street cnr kb Z crurros UKAND Snappy ClothesGriffon Brand till wool Guaranteed Clothes are lead ore Try ours mid be convi- ncedSAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY A good Second = Hand McCormick Binder and Draw Cut Champion Mower for Sale at a BargainW HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky OK Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5OOOOOO Surplus 2300000 Undivided Profits 500000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER BOOKKEEPER DIRECTORS J B Owsley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford YoO Walk or TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachereville L G Gooch Waynesburg Ky AATTENTION Now is the time to get YOU a new buggy Call in and examine my stock before they are picked over Also have a full line of Harness Phone 174 E T PENCE Something To Tickle The Women Folks A Stove with time largest oven that you over snwnnd route other extra good features combined with a firstclass range throughout makes this Stove hard to beat If you are in need of n Cook Stove do not fail to see mo beforo you buy All kinds Pumps from 8150 up to 31 CO S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumber The Interior Journal- E C WALTON J T ROBERTS Ii candidate for Mnglstnttv In the Crab Orchard MaRlsterial Dhtrlctsubjectto the action of the democratic pnrty JOHN J MOSER Is n candidate for Jnllor of county subject to the notion of till Democratic party i- r M BRUCE- Is a candidate for Jnllor of Lincoln roan subject to tho fiction of tike Democratic part JAMES C HAYS Is n candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the notion of the Democratic pnrty DC ALLEN Is n candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of tin Ikmocrntle party IT used to bo the custom to lay money on dead persons eyes so as to keep them closed and tho height of meanness was to steal this money Tho saying therefore arose to express almost total depravity He is mean enough to steal a cent off a dead Nig gers eye Louisville furnishes an even more depraved creature A Negro is in jail for stealing clothes off of a corpse r ACCORDING to the Washington corrc pondent of a Chicago paper United States Senator Philander C Knox is to be indorsed by the Republican State convention of Pennsylvania which meets on June ft as the choice of the Keystone State for President in succession to Theodore Roosevelt TUB Pennsylvania Legislature has just adjourned after drawing four and a half months pay and appropriating over 6000000 the largest amount ever appropriated by a State Among the most import ipt bills passed is the one reducing the fare on ate amrai roads to two cents per mile SALOON keepers of Madison Ind are kicking because the city fathers have raised their license from 100 to 200 and several barrooms will close Madison might prove a good place for some of the whisky men who have been put out of business in this section THE Danville Herald copied our Hus tonville letter in full but failed to give us credit Of course it was an over sight POLITICAL Gov Stokes signed tho bill creating a State Railroad Commission in New JerseyW H White has announced as a candidate for the Legislature from Pike county on the Republican ticket Henry G Sutton has been appointed postmaster at Quail Rockcas tie county and J Y Van Arsdala at Van Arsdalc Mercer county The action of a Pittsburg newspaper in coming out for Senator Knox for s the presidential nomination is regarded as significant by politicians at Wash ingtonSenator Foraker issued a spirited rejoinder to the statement made public in Columbus 0 by Chairman Brown of the Republican State Central Com mitteeGov Warfield of Maryland having made his peace with the Democratic party is now thought to bo a probabil ity for the Democratic nomination for Hemenway of Indiana declares that tho people of the Hoosicr State are thinking of no one but Vice President Fairbanks to succeed Presi dent Roosevelt Kansas may force the railroads to adopt a flat rate of two cents for all passenger fares and a complaint will be made to the railroad commission urg Pmg that the roads he required to re duce fares Sepator Stephenson who broke the t deadlock in the Wisconsin Legislature is a millionaire He is identified with the big lumber interests of his State but is a politician and leader of much abilityMercer county temperance forces have asked both candidates for Repre 1sentative to sign a pledge to support all measures and one of them has agreed to vote for a bill making the State the unit instead of the coun ty Chairman Brown of tho Ohio Republican Committee gave out an in terview in Toledo in which he served notice on Senators Foraker and Dick that Ohio is for Taft and that tho present is an opportune time for getting into the band wagon It is announced in Washington that Thomas J OBrien of Michigan Minister to Copenhagen will become Ambassador to Japan in Sep tember on the retirement of Luke E Wright of Tennessee who has given notice that he wishes to leave the serviceThe supporters of Augustus E Will son for the Republican nomination for Governor are very much alarmed over the efforts of opposition Republican- sover the State to turn tho tide toward the nomination of Judge William II Holt Advocates of Judge Holt are ex tremely active in the western part of the State 1 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs J J McAfee aged SO is dead in Mercer Joe Simpson paid 400 for an acre land in the suburbs of Monticello ofI Robert 0 Nelson one of best citizens is dead after a lingering illness of cancer Dr E H Green fell through tho roof of his back porch at his home near Altamont Laurel county and broke his neck F B Seay one of tho oldest and bestknown men of Washington county died after a long illnes of a complication ofdiseasesT of Somerset was elected vice president of the Association of Railway Special Agents in the convention at Milwaukee Robert Asher one of tho most prominent farmers of Laurel county committed suicide by hanging The deceased was 70 years old a man of wealth and tho father of eight children The jury in tho damage suit case of P B McBride of New York against S E Welch a wealthy merchant of Berea returned n verdict for tho defendant Tho suit was for 25000 The trial was held at Richmond The Mary Walker Price Chapter of tho United Daughters of the Confederacy is preparing for an unusually at tractive service at Lancaster in connection with the celebration of the birthday of Jefferson Davis on Juno 3 A Jessamine county man has brought suit against the L A Railroad for one hundred dollars for killing his dog Ho claims that he pays one dollar tax on his dog which is tho same as ho pays on one hundred dollars worth of other property and hence his dog should be valued at that sumW S Fitzgerald jailer of Boyle county Ky called upon Jailer John R Pflanz at the Jefferson county jail in the interest of perfecting a vent organization of the jailers therriD counties of the State The purpose of the proposed organization is to further the work of the jailers and to take steps toward enacting laws for the benefit of jailers and the county prisons Louisville Times A plot which would have resulted in a wholesale jail delivery at Richmond was nipped in the bud when Night Turnkey George Friend in making his last round of the jail discovered that two iron bars had been sawed from the window on the South side The prisoners were immediately lined up and searched On the person of James Johnson alias Williams in jail on the charge of horse stealing was found a steel saw Additional Local PnoF IRELAND will gratify his legion of admirers by singing that beautiful bass solo Out on the Deep tomor row evening FOR SALE OR RENT Tho Dr J K VanArsdale property on Cut Off street For particulars call on or address L R Hughes Stanford THE Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to 600 acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices THE Flower Fairies from the first grade will open the entertainment tomorrow evening Tho Little Swells of the Day from tho second grade will give a most unique number And Uncle Sams Boys from tho sixth grade will close the entertainment UNDER an amended ruling of the Court of Appeals it is illegal for a Magistrate to accept any work on the county roads even though he work under and through tho road supervisor The court holds that the contract is with the county in effect and that such a ruling as had previously been laid down would open the door for graft if the Fiscal Court should be dishonest TilE Mt Sterling High School Board has accepted the resignation of Prof Midkiff as Principal and has elected W 0 Hopper of Stanford to the vacancy Prof Hopper has been Assistant Principal at the Mt Sterling Collegiate Institute tho past year ands given eminent satisfaction He is a graduate of Centre College a fine teacher an excellent disciplinarian and an elegant Christian gentleman We congratulate the Board on securing Prof Hoppers services Mt Sterling Gazette Mr Hopper fe a son of Mr and Mrs George D Hopper of this place and is a fine young man BestFriend Alexander Benton who lives on Rural Route 1 Fort Edward N Y saye Dr Kings New Discovery Is my best earthly friend It cured me ot asthma six years ago It has also InclIother symptoms left ono by one until she was perfectly well Dr Kings Discoverys power over coughs and colds is simply marvelous No other remedy has ever equaled it DrugI xYnakt J A ESTES whose shop is back of the old Myers House is shoeing horses ntGOctol Try him PIANO FOR SALE I onlyhorttlnltforetde n er Urub Urclmnl K- yBrigham Young IlrlghaYoungntmiles from Htanfonl nt to limure a living colt W II MUliril Y Htanford Ky J W AGEY Livery Food and Salo Stables Klrlcla rigs nt reasonable rates Kvcry rig new Htnblo Ht A aph ItotelHiiinford Ky iJionolfi NOTICE Bltnated tulles Nouth of ytcKlnuofn nation on the O It It un A pike on which bucks rnn dally e1lelf8ulldlly11now open for tho tlsm Liver Kidney Illndd r nut nil Hlom rich and Itowol Troubles IthtmnmtUin n pllrUeuIllnHMtttMHlJJr It K D lox K llustonrltle Ky STOP LADIES Ladies stop wearing your backs out on Wash days stop wearing your clothes out LiquSoap7j per cent of the labor of washing and cause the clothes to last 20 per cent longer A sample of two gallons deliver ed free at your door Will call to see you J F CA- SHPowhatan Kay horse thre yearoldl5J hands high ply the great Dignity Ihire lit dam Minnie hylllenzladdam Pmillne by Almont Kor clltnl dam known nil tho Holler burn a hint luicer burl by Verve Helm Mr thoroughbredIowliatan style and nctlon nnd Is a fine Individual You should him before you breed Will slake the season of lUI7nt my fart one mill from MrKlnney at rte TO ISHU n A LIVINIi COLT At Mime place The Wnrlleld will stand nt nnd the Jackon uerer at tf Lon OWENH MoKlnney K- youtraUorsWdatel To construct five miles of turnpike road leading from Monticello Ky to Cooper Ky in Wayne count Responsible men of experience Cull on or address II C KEXNEDY Secretary Monticello Ky BLACK HAWK Doming 6 years old heavy lone black with white point 153 hand high will wrve Jen nets nt 1310 for Jack colts I10U for Jennet colu mares at tux to Insure n living colt Mares parted with forfeits Insurance lure at KM per month Not responsible for accidents should any occur rail and see my Jacks und their Jack colts as well I can show you what my Jack can do as I go on the MUtourl pinei show you III lend of telling you I will take pleasure In buoy Ing all mule Jack nnd Jennet colls I will alto stand my Jack 1eyton for JNU to Insure n living Curt on same term as lilnck hawk Will alko serve a few mare ItrdelwndenhlefMoreland Ky FOR SALE A tint Lincoln county farm containing 230 acres of rich slue Grass land This land is hoe hemp and tobacco land made last year 85 bushels of corn to the acre This farm has a large frame house of nine rooms halls porches cellars etc Two stock barns one new stock barn the farm is well watered with never failing springs and creek It is on a good turnpike and uptolatesold within the next Co days H cash balance to suit purchaser Fur further in formation in re this farm write L R Hughes or James White Stanford Ky J K BAUGHMAN Illiick Jack with white points by Turk lngton8 Napoleon hands and has proven u great breeder of sugar mules will stand nt 510JOHN lacklackknown by nil who have raised and handled his mull for his extra breeding He will stand at Pi MENEFEE rlelltyufapuedltylostand at Money due when colt Is fouled or runs traded or parted with or bred to other stock Mares grazed at I t per month Curt taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Hoe this stock and their colts before you breed It Q PETTUB Ireacbersvllie Ky I will stand Five Good Stallions And Five Well Bred Jacks at the low price of SlOto Insure a Living Colt The pony JESSE ALVEHSON will also make the present season at my barn Bring me a good mare and if thocolt is not a good one you neednt pay for it II propose to satisfy you I contend that I anybodylions and jacks before you breed Grass furnished at tho regular price Care taken to drevent accidents and escapes but not responsible should any occur J K BAUGHMAN Hustonville Ky u P Take Our Standard Remedy For Sciatica Uhemntitlsm Inflammatory Ithen mntlimHalt Uhouni Indigestion Ootutl IUUUII1 Kidney Trouhlo or any dlielUtl arising from Impure blood Itemmnlior It taken acconllnii to direction and he or she Is not benefited by tho me of the remedy we will rlrlllltl yotir Irionoy Hmt by to any address on receipt of II Kncli package contains All dote with n itKlMeivd guaran tee For sale b Iteuben Nvllllams Agent MoKlnney Ky Blue Grass Farm for Sale I wish to sell my farm IH mile WIt of lIulonlIII1 ndln tronl IIml OUfIn tersHtatlnn consisting olltj lien of rich blue grata hemp or tobacco land alt In grass This farm can equally dlvldtd to ndvnutngo t1I1 to hut n good dwelling on ench piece alto nercssnry outbuildings The farm almost in a only one angle It Illlea Them nn three stock lrnll Ixtrn i stables tenant fnettspringsholo tractJ 8TKKLK OAUlHNTHIl lliutolivllle In the District Court ofihaUultetl HUUM for tho HUll rn district of Kentucky In iNinkruptcy In the UlIIUllr of Thu ito Holds COnIII Major n ltelwld nail Tllto N ItfYllulI lwnkrupls Oil thlalathdny of Mnv A I thl or thrnforw NldIwnkruptafordlsehnrgealtdnthe IIh- dll of May A hy th court that a hrllIlC lied ap uil tlw- UIIII on tho IIlh tiny of June A II before anl court nt CovinglSt lit nlvl trio nt oclock In t he rorIOlIII or itvnvnr ttlereto8s prueUhul that entirelhm of lie one Tll Ii INTtUlolI JOIHXAI n newmM r printed In wild dis trio und all known creditor other p r sons In Intermit may appear Ht said tlnicnnd place and show CIIIIMS any have why r of Mild petitioners should nut granted AM J Coehnin thfrOrllllHhbmonlof May A11 1W7Jos P Kl MBtI Clerk WCMlKNKNTT t TRIBBLE PEKE Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of AH Kind Car pot Druggets Rug Matting Pic ture Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Paper Mr E T Beazley has charge of tho Undertaking Departme- ntTRIBBLE Q PENCE Day Phono 28 Night ICG or 133 Lincoln Squirrel oldbinck hnnds lIrgoodset In bred horse but I him only In harms and n more perfect hnrnes hors I have nevorawnChill scpvery fail wlth eJltrelntl hlghsetlonalt and f think him to breed tut to get- sgaxlllhlgbclnurwalktn and bulnoll horse flne1 lined Ills nun lhrlslr IlIlIt hlRhItrll any harness horse that oUII hI- roullel win for lilnilnany wri uinyltllloshad two colts foaled Inat yenr lacing at n two yearold lOll one them And can how you as n colt asnnybody by any horse enough for n ltnr xtlhnrsrLinroln Hr ulrrel was strati UlArk iulrn- IHlhisbyBlackknglc7ho tri btKlhg Clntn1IInlll 1louutaln2nddnhr hy Ifughea Edwlu Fro lJllroln II lat tau Knl- tloswhlger by MessengCr Unire full brother ytesaenger reonl IIG had dnlll Maria Ikywnwby Mnmhrtno Hlnr IghLn full brutlher to Thorn t11lIrd- tlltm Mollie Irow hy lIlml orkhlnI- tlnck grand sine Is tha sire of 1II0rl IIIIrI1 cln umlcllt Ivories IIIR- II11Iollllr horse in the world such us 11l1h anal 1etnmrktimeator lIlIn d Hqulrn and others wait make the sensor elr Itt lily aisle wail In tilnnront lit foW to limire n iving colt Moueyl due when colt is foaled or mnre parted wi- thJOE BROWN JR Is brown with three whltn feet spot In fore Icnd 1105x168 islands high UII moat beautiful color and murk that hlllovlr iron on by man 4yeiinold and II n Irfoct smldlnhor from every lundllOlllt hut n Uliiitlful inddl horse fiend n perfect mt ery 1lIllIlIpctuulrIIletlIr u ioim fiingy heck era Is er heavy n uuv through Iltnrl with n beautiful slanted ahotdderwith very hort back goixl CQUplllllllOOll round hlpn dth httt quarters with erfectly trim set of legs nod has more atyl ban tayhatyi horsot bend and tali nlwllYI- III time place hover ntle unytldag to add to his look and Knv hut hits IIl1ll1rnl form and style Joe Brown Jr h u perfect saddle nor c from every point and 00wllletefrumlwdigrelthnta IUr OliO wn never tired and has every that any Kentucky ttaddlu horse In the world pussea sand from a flatfoot walk on Is perfect and n very lint Individual Joe Drown Jr was shown last tenon In the thrwyeiirold form nod nvvor fallnl to wear tho blue In lilt own class anti won many sweepstake premiums with the best gi horses In as compe tltorsnnd look limliu in selecting buylna Ihll IIno Idle stallion for the a my friend wirons nmreowners o cnn souetlling that will meet th- eetnnndfor It never Will greater nor the price hilt her than now for good clnas Kaltetl nit wnllotrot horses and that Is Just what you will rails If you take care of the t or JOE 11HOWN Jit not horses then vnn can sell froth IKM to IIB but you CUll loll from Oto1515If hlllld rtl and prop rly cunt for There le nothing to prnao m this Irlnt tlll1lon that nny one could say thnt lho la nut worthyof 7hhi young state lion IIumhlf of mllrlllt my wile barn at jisoil to Innure n llvtnu colt Lien retained on colts till season money Is PastlmnxlJ0O Drown Jr Is aired i he by Joe Krown bo by Cnblmirs l xInRtonhebvOld IxixliiRtoii thorollllh- hrld old Onbyhat y Time he by Htonewall Jaclnon Snd dam by nshhtgt Iknmiirk itt t let u III last IIltnl ncomldtntlotllrof thr of the Alldclle horse strums that Kentucky affords No IIrclller sire or snddlo Iories has aver- un than in hlxhx xisgtomOn Time and Washington ixnnuirkr Ihelr ttt ha always IHHII known tliroim tho world tho show borne and tho lICIt that can foundRoxsye Will also timid a Rood mule Jack hands hlRh with Rixxl and bone HInd by weight of the Iprgeatlnck- smtuckyallonlsaudisoutofonool Cold- ills prlllillm hlmselr a ftnu III ule Jnck flortndu lnal ern- a In t his county and Iles two coltsnlreadyl 000 Ihorto mule volt Iess than 51 houra alit The other II n horse mule colt hIm whllI I 5thtnlaweeknllItoxsyowilt Inlld nt the auto 0 colt WUllllnkO the prellnt 310nl due whhencoltt is IntWlrn Lien retainedportal withfouled or mnre on colts until money paid Mures grazed ushble for no mouth rcjmnt pw per wilt ho takeneldonla or escapeS but full care to p JAMEH1tBEAELETHtnntonlKSa r HRTSMTSrltllltltiri t1 05 PANAMAS Panamas always good nay er out of style We liavo them in y50 t5 6Caul 060 in square crunsoil and toloRcoped orowns YACHTS Tie best looker of thom all tied better proportioned this seanon than usual clean nod white in tin 150 and 2 quality SAILORS For Boys and Girls in Straw and Linen White and Colors at 25 and 50c x cr t i PORTO RICANS I Porto Kicans as while affix1 lillas pretty as a peach m full shapes small shapes and telescopes 250 nnd jLt h t1 e SUN HATS I 1lQXICRns MaIoblls Q1Jll tons Linens anil Crash inV f endless variety and sixosnftimr prixos 51016 25 and 519 CAPS w it For Boys and Girls in G JJr Tansin Blue or Grey Sorg0l7 White Wool or Silk at 25 tjaN 50c Y50 and 1 q H j MCROBBRT k STANFORD KENTUCKY I BRIGHTEN UP I Good Paint is not an ex pense but a paying invest ment There is no better Paint than S W P and few as good Come in and talk it over PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky ONLY THE BEST OUR MOTTO Ii JLYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists We nro nRcnts for popular pharmaceutical preparation of John WyethJA Dro1 Parke- Iavhs4 tCo VulghtCo Also keeps In stock other well kuuwn brands used In pro Bcrlptlons If you cant call remember wo hare both phonos Hell and liattln Paint Your House I 1 Dont your house need afresh coat t of paint Spring is nearly here and it certainly would add greatly to its appearance We have the best ReadyMixed Paints made Try i- tSTANFORD DRUG CO t Wash Waists eewtliasie f T0 add fury to this flame of Suit Bargains we will offer fifty pretty Wiuk l aUtfiilint euld nt 8125 foronly t 89 Cents Art dies anda dozen style STANFORD KY MAY 21 19071 t r SUNSHINE Finish will make oM furhlturo look like new Pennys Drug Store CAn D 11 GOVBN is with his fnmll at Lexington JAMES F HOCKBR was hare 110m Livingston yesterday RUSSELL DROWN Is soda water sales man for Mrs W S Jono Itcv A A HICGINS Is nt home lrom Uie Louisville Dlblo College MR Q It JON8 of Yosdmltc paid I this office a substantial call Friday GAPT WALTon W CARTER of How land has a bouncing boy at his home MRS JOHN W tour has rcturnod from a visit to relatives at Mobcrlj Mo WINSTON WIBBMAN JR of Danvilh will the guest of James McElwuIn Owl t ley Miss AnolE FIND has been tho of Miss Katherine Wulkcrnt Per vfile MR II IL BOURNE and wife or 1Junction City attended church here Sue ROUT came over from lAx ington and spent Sunday with the home folks hereI MISS MATTIB LEn HUIHILK of North Lincoln Is with Misses Stella and Mat tie McClary MIsS EsstE BURCH Is tack from Mn non Ala whero she hits taught the past two years MESSRS ADAM PENCE Winfrey Dun can and II C Rupley Jr spent Sunday In Lexington I MRS J L DUNCAN nnd little son J L Duncan Jr of Toledo are at Eld Joseph Ballous MESSRS CECIL AND RICHARD WIL UAMS of Somerset were with friend heron few days since Miss GERTRUDE GOOCII of the Wee End has returned from a visit to hfr I dieter at Cleveland 0 DR GUSSIB PiiiLLirs and little son Freddie of Danville wore guests at 1 Mr John Sam Owsleyi itMos J Co BAILEY and little son James of Crab Orchard spent severe l days with relatives h jrc Mn J A SAUNDKRS and wife o r were guests of their daugh ftGarrord S II Aldridge WOODSON of Middlesboro was last week to see Mr O J l Crow who continues vry ill RBVW B YANDLE and Mlall Mir t sic Sine attended as delegates the Chris tian Endeavor Convention at Paris MRS ERNEST WARREN who has beer with her parents Mr and Mrs Joseph f Ballou returned to Middlesboro Satur dayMR W L DAWSON Is ill with mala rial fever and Walter Singleton Is car rier on Rural Route No 2 during his A ADDAMS and Miss Jean Buch anan of Crab Orchard attended class day exercises of the Graded School yes PERMELIA CARSON of Phil Ca sey county won the gold watch offered by the Liberty News to the most popular young lady IMn GEORGE T WILLIAMS of Eu banks was here Thursday and paid this e office a call Ills daughter Miss Judith Williams accompanied him MR F M WARE and Mss Mancye Waro and Mr E J Tanner and wife of McKinney attended the Knights I Templar Conclave at Maysvillo- OLLIE FIELDS of Turnersvillo has given up his position as clerk at the Tribblo House Junction City and wilt likely go to Knoxville to engage In t business Mss MARGARET BIRD nnd Miss Van nah Beck left Sunday for Knoxvllle to attend the marriage today of their sis ter Miss Nettie Beck to Dr Justin Guy Ballou now of Toledo 0 T HOOD ENGLEMAN who went West a few years ago has just been promot 1edto a responsible position in tho chief r dispatchers oleo of the Frisco Railroad at Sapulpa I T He is a t brother to Matt Engloman of Mt Sa tom MR AND MRS J W POWELL Mr and Mrs J K Baughman Mrs Helen Huffman Prof McVey and Miss Anna Reid Mr A B C Dinwiddio and Miss Lou Mocker James Yowell and Miss Hare nnd Misses Anglo Carpenter and e Mellio Hopper of tho West End Mr i W T West and family of Lancaster Mrs Alice Cloyd and Mr and Mrs helps of churchdSunday field at tho Christian IMus C R COLEMAN continues ill MARY McUonnuis has returnldIfrom u visit to Louisville DR J B OWPLBY Is slowly Improving Miss Nancy VnnDevecr is still very 1111 Miss FLORHNCB TANNER of Me is with Miwoa Fannie and Blanch Vandoveer MRS C W F DANIBLS and sqn Arthur nhd Mrs S T Carpenter ot Hustonville spent several days withI the formers husband at tho CoIT01I louse LOCALS FARRIS changed his nd See It SOa for n 126 waist at Severance Sons FOR SALBJerscy cnwwith cal John Christman Stanford DONT fall to look t the suits at ha price at Severance Sons GERMAN millet seed at wholesale nnd retail J 11 Baughman Co CABIIAGB tomato and other plants for sale Ed Hubbnrd Stanford FOUND on Hustonville pike equal zcr bar for Dcering binder Tills of flee loon SALE Rhode leland Red eggs 1 per 15 Mrs W J Edmiston Crab Orchard Ky JUST received a carload of America Woven Wiro Fence W E Perkins Crab Orchard MCKINNEY has a skating rink Messrs E J Tanner C R McCor mack and Jason Taylor are the promoters and tho old canning factory is be lag used MILTON CONDOR h been appointed rural route carrier for Route No1 which will start from Crab Orchnr Juno 1 G J Condor was made sub stitute MR JAMES FRYB who was hero Sat urday told us that he and Mr Waltc Greening had sold to Charles McCona ghy of Monticullo their largo bricl plant at Lexington TUB Wednesdayevening will bo ono of the best ever given in Wai tons Opera Mouse The musical num hers are attractive and tho numbers furnished by the Graded School aro un usually good ADAM POE GIVENS n well known dar key of the McKinney section is dead aged 75 Ho worked for Mr James A Givens for SO years and Mr G says he never know n better man white or black Deceased claimed that he had never tasted whisky Tunic were hundreds atthe skating rink Friday evening and If every one did not have n good time appearances go for naught It was nearly 11 oclock when tho skating ceased and then some of tho more enthusiastic had almost to bo stopped by force Tonight another big crowd may bo expected TUB commencement exercises of the Stanford Graded and High School will be held at Waltons Opera House be ginning at 1030 Wednesday morning An Interesting program including an iddress by Dr F W HInitt president ot Central University has been arrang ed Tho entertainment by tho music department will occur that evening TUB Waynesburg Deposit Bank will bo tho name of the banking institution vhlch will be in operation at Wayncs burg in a few months Tho stock has all been taken nnd incorporation pa crs have been filed Mr James Frye of Lexington was chiefly instrumental In getting up tho stock The building ot C C Gooch will bo used and C L Crow of Junction City will be cashier wo are told Other officers will be elected at a meeting Friday next Tim Christian church was crowded Sunday morning by those who wanted o hear tho Baccalaureate sermon of- Dr R H Crossfleld to tho graduating lass of tho Stanford High School It was a magnificent service In every detail First place the sermon was an ablo and most appropriate one and secondly the music bordered closely on the ublime The choir singing was all that could be desired but the quartette compo ed pf Profs Fallis and Ireland and lessrs McClary and nancy sang one song that wo wish every man woman and child in this good county could have heard Tha teachers trustees and a number of the pupils of the Graded School attended the services in a body ld A Great Opportunity tbeeaae Iii our last hiS GUT on LADIES READYMADE DRESSES This U positively ilio best thing ever uttered to Lincoln County and Stanford Citi zens Tho very best Spring Stylos and Materials to bo had right nt tim beginning of the season at HALF PRICE A Backward eeneon is the causo of this big CUT SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY FOR screen doors and window screen go to Farris iWANTEDTeachlr in Stanford Gra IBuy your mail boxes from W 11 Higgins and your name will bo printed on them free Miss DALLOUS numbers will be Crom the Norwegian composer SInding Wei nesday evening SBATS on sale for the entertainment Wednesday evening at McRobcrts Drug- Store Admission 23c Reserved seatA fasts h AS the Shrilling Rink is nearing cnme you tail better take advantage or tie sleek floor tonight and come Doors open at 780 WB have completed our new front to our store and now will bo glad to our old friends and as many new ones ai possible We have all tho latest styles In uptodate clothing shoe dry goods etc Give us a call Sam Robinson 2t TilE fire alarm was soundetlat abet t 7 oclock Friday evening and it was ro ported that Mr P P Nnnnolleys res dcnce was burning The fire laddl responded quickly but did not even get a glimpse of smoke It proved to bo the dining car of James R Beazley crusher outfit and the little blaze was almost extinguished before tho cry Are was made- REYNOLDSAt an early hour Saturday morning Mrs Sarah W Reynolds mother of Mr Cicero Reynolds crosse tho great river and is now basking In the sunshine of the God Who gave her This good old mother was 85 year old and for more than a half century a devout member of the Baptist church Deceased was the relict of Stephen C Reynolds who died 26 years ago She is the last of her family and Mr M T Reynolds of this place is the only survivor of her husbands family Mrs Reynolds is also the first of the fifth generation to die She is survived by only one child Mr Cicero Reynolds who has much sympathy in tho loss or a mother who had been spared to him 62 years Mrs Reynolds was born In Lincoln county and had spent nil of her long life within its confines Althougl n rather frail woman she was not sick a great deal suffering only ono sever illness during the last decade or so She was conscious up to tho very las t and having lived a righteous Godl life was willing and ready to meet her Maker The funeral occurred at the home of her son at 11 A M Sunday an the burial followed in tho cemetery at McKinney WALTONS OPERA HOUSE was well filled yesterday morning when the Class Day exercises of the Stanford Grade tad High School were enjoyed The stage was tastily decorated tho school colors black and old gold predominating The graduates were all seated on tho stage and in the exercises that fol owed each acquitted himself with mud redit President Robert larding Waters opened the program with a well worded address after which Beverl E Rout spoke for some 10 minutes on A Backward Glance which was vo Ifcrously applauded Miss Claudia baton then favored the audience wltl a piano solo which showed much skill uA Forward Look was Miss Mary lurchs subject and sho did it full justice Her witty remarks brought forth much clapping of hands InUA Pessimistic View Miss Claudia Eaton bowed the dark side of everything and even took a fall out of her homo paper Miss Mattie McClarys piano number wns exquisitely rendered and greatly enjoyed Hays Foster entertained I the irge audience for some time with Class Purposes nn exceedingly well prepared paper after which Miss Mat tlo McClary told of Hope and Fears in an interesting way Both efforts eco well received nnd heartily enjoys At this point Prof J W Ireland sang The Bravo Sentinel as only that gentleman can It is a splendid picco of music for his magnificent bass Ice The creditable entertainment included with Giftorian George Dun lap Hoppers address which brought forth much laughter His jokes on classmates schoolmates and teachers wero ingenuous nnd cute A pleasing feature not on the program was the presentation to Prof J W Ireland by- eth senior class of a handsome pedestal which that gentleman is exceeding ly proud of MIHueyNICE newrugs carpets nnd Croxs porch rugs Tribblo Pence FOR SALE Six drawer National Cash Register Good as new Will sell at n bargain J L Waddle Somerset ENCLOSED find Send it on We cant do without it writes D M Phelps formerly of this county but now of Madison TODAY a man who has worn clothe for 50 years told us that the Hart SchafTner Marx suit wo sold blrrSatl urday fitted better than any ho had ever worn Others say the same Let us clothe you Cummins McClary FARMERS before buying a cultivate you should see tho Pivot Axle Brow Manly This is tho only riding cultiva tor that works perfectly on hilly lands well as level It is very easily operat cd Call and see them I also havo plows of all kinds E T Pence ul your publication of our county court claims with considcrabl interest and have filed away my copy for future reference The taxpayers 01 our county certainly have a right to know what our money is spent for and who gets It I believe in giving a bunt man a chance to see the elephant Do it some more writes Mr A W Carpenter of the West End TUB illustrated SermonLecture by Dr R H Crossfield at Waltons Open House Saturday evening was greatly enjoyed by the largo audience present Dr Crossfield witnessed the great Pas lion Play in Bavaria and with tho aid of his splendid stcreoptican he was enabled to give our people tho benefit 01 It The SermonLecture which was replete with Biblical history was in tensely interesting and a better pleases audience has not left the opera house In years During the evening Rev C W F Daniels of Hustonville suns Holy City and Lead Kindly Light ant the quartette of the Christian church rendered Abide With Me These num bers were illustrated as they were sung and were a pleasing feature of the program Miss IDA PEARL MOORE of this place has not only won golden opinions It CampbellHagerman College Lexington but has won every thing else she has contended for She wasgiven first honors of her graduating class by being made Valedictorian and her genera average was higher than that of any pupil in the large school In the con test for the most popular girl in school Miss Moore also came out victorious In this every pupil and teacher had vote The prize a twoweeks stay it Bethany Beach Va Miss Moores friends hero are delighted over her great achievements in college Miss Moore It will bo remembered carried 01T first honors in every contest at the Hue Grass Tournament at Hatreds mrg and also at the Stanford Graded intl High School last year in which she took part Additional Local on Second Page WANTED I To trade n fresh stock of General Mer ilmndlre lu Homemet for o smell farm l o ntlon Is central In tact only two doors from ho courtbout tool trndo already vttub lihiHl Address nox Home wt NOTICE I I Insured In the Kentucky Growers Insur 1I110t Co nt Islington against the protest of old line my house for aril alter knowIng ol u number of losses told by snit ompany for lire lightning and wind with tb ret fourth clause thus I cam- temlthe company of the old line liAVIUHTitBKT TTENTIONx HORSE OWNERS I hacr lust bought modern nod tm roved Impregnate tho services of which I over to thule barren mare or tore that wont breed Tho ImprcKiiator II n sure remedy for barren mares Tr A T TBATLOU NUN Gilberts Greek Pleasant Hill breeding nirin CHESTNUT POLES WANTED Wo buy nil lengths from foot up and all Leg from 7 inches at top upY O II cars ny station ou railroad for partlcu IUrB t0 onKKNBIUKU lOrE 00- Lexlllgtou Ky oultry Raising Pays Farmers nro comlnc to renlUo that pout yralblng Is one of the best paying line 1hll business Htatlstlcs show that eggs one pays him more money than the out Ilut of either corn or wheat Now lathe tulle 01 tho year to reed your fowls a good tonic cmombcr that only healthy hens lay 4JIU euros coup Onolnra Ollpennd Llm IloJrlleok makes them lay Give sick ilckon a to drops S or a times a tiny as IlrwnUe give fiich chicken to3 drop tho feed once n tiny ltlco Guaranteed by your drxigglt- BTANKOUD DIIUO 00 Suits eo This great offering includes Black Tan Navy nnd Grey Panamas and Fancy Mixtures In Pony styles Batons anti Hip Jackets Those who como first have largest assortment to select from Just divide it by two and you got a 81500 Suit for 750 I PERSONALSI I14f + +++ ltll + + IIIIIIII Long Silk Gloves I t I i iIWe now have a full supply of Long iSilk Gloves i Long Black Lisle Cloves at 5Oc i+ pairLong Black Silk Gloves at 150 and 175 per pair Long White Silk Gloves at pair Long Silk Gloves are very scarce and when these are gone the possibility of getting any more is very slight so supply yourself now with long Gloves for the Summer sblofsee L M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY iA8tfountain Shirts Correct Styles Gorrect Fitters Correct Prices W JB Perkins Crab Orchard1IKentucky Screen Doors Screen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting Garden Tools V Garden Seeds Plow Gear cat Bottom Prices at Geo De Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware and Groceries Main Street STANFORD KY EGGS FOR SALES I 013 Leghorn eggs for setting of 17 or three seUlng or Mlle RODEnT L BKIIUT Uustonvlllo Ky r L N TIME TABLE No 81 Month 1121 P X No Mouth KM 11No S4 North 483 A M No 21 North JUT p x JOS 85 RICE Agent 1 It f The Interior Journal Enttrtdin the PottOffice at Stanford U tuendclau mailer- 7vHLINIIMU TDEBDAYH AND IRIDAY8 JT 100 PER YEAR CASH f t When not so paid 1109 will be charged p A Nice Home for Sale I desire to sell my house and lot In loOO rnh Orchard 6 rooma 0110 ncr of lantl and bArn und nil necessary outbuilding In good flmiie A lot of excellent Irlllt won on hack porch- J U BTKiMiKiiorNOraii Orohnnl NOTICEUnion Jack nod VIarisingAnyone T- NowlnndntMtnfronl II l loov8 their order with 110 hiS ono IIe will order and will bow you IIn1 tku your the annte on short noticeBTLUNSKOnt B D CARTER Now Livery Depot StreetPhono 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY A WORD TO YOU I You are InvlUxl to look nt the New Whit Goods Homburgs twice Ac Also it new nruwnOrnlMohair In YirdIThosolhuclnq ERltinndtbhtckenskt to r ranee llrlng them In iKfore they go down a n II AUUIH Ornb Orchard Ky A S PRICE Surgeon DontlstISTANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store iI the Owsley Buil- dingIrsURANCE WindStorm Life nn Tire Lightning Aoaldent thu LowPostHepreolltcdBE8T Rate unrantted 1aylng flee rtUneiualled Tulk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Reildenco Phone No St GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU rendymiide clothing when then the price of ready II 10 little dUTeruuco In siade suits suit urdu to our inentur experienced Nonmerghoods n kenIsno of Hprlng ea make front a loW price business sun to the l1netdrcII ult lAo Onrcouts TroU Sri and Fancy Vests The company 1 rep resent li second to none 110 UUlLKY The Tnllor Btnuford Ky JflMES H PHILLIPS STANFORD KY onus in Building Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build flora Hardware Paints Otis Etc I manufacture concrete blocks for build Ing purposes and do all kinds of concrete work Prices on application Boone WallsI Successors to B D Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street SUN FORD KY Special Attention Given Commercial Men Kins ut Keuoonnblu lUiteu Stock Pens In Connection Also agents for nil kinds of Harvesting Machinery ilusollne cud rttenm Knglnei Threshing Machinery iind Haw ll1ls It WIll pay you to set us before you buy Also commission salesmen fur nil ecoud hnnd machinery e 1teeST Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarneB3Saddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phono lei dome Phone 39 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm trI Also Dealers in Fu- rlture MattingsRugs They vill exchange Furniture for a1 Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY tr FARMERS DEPARTMENT E P Woods had two valuable broodI mores killed by a train SundayIFrank Barnett bought of Clyde Cur tis a nice harness mare for 160 Sweeney Morgan bought a carlo1d of hogs in this section at about Gc Jones Bnuqhman of Moreland has aI secondhanded threshing machine ror sale Lewis Neale of Madison sold to Tennessee parties a pair of four year old mules for 500 W E CundilT sold Charles Piles a pair of mules for 475 and bought a pair from Georgo Williams for 250 Liberty News New York Citys milk supply comes from 86000 farms situated in six States varying in distance from the metropolis from 10 to 400 miles Wing Ting broke the Worlds record for a mile at Louisville Saturday going the distance in 139 35 Ten Droeck made the record of 139 34 nearly 30 years ago Theo and Cleveland Bales of Mc Whorter sold to S Mendelson ofI Hamilton Ohio a fine black jack thrce years old 15 hands 1 Inch high for iOO London Local lion B B King writes us that he Is doing a big business with his fine jack He bred six mares ono day last wetk and three the following See his advei tiscmcnt in this issue The American Hemp Co of Lexington KV wants to buy your hems Mr E P Woods is our agent Ho is not authorized by us to humbug or deceive any one in our behalf Powell Depp Hustonville Ky have 37 extra long yearlings cattle for tale About 30 reds and the rest blacks Have been fed on corn and millet sine he 1st of March in fine shape to tnko crass Grasmcre the home of the late Will am Warftelda noted herd of short lorns has been sold to C Foster lelm of Lexington for 51000 The arm contains 240 acres and was sold at 225 an acre Night riders numbering about 25 mined the barn of a farmer living in trigg county forcing a Negro to fur fish a can of coal oil with which to start the fire Tobacco which had been sold outside tho association was destroyed although the owner had joined the association and had pledge his 1907 crop John L Inglis one of the best hand cap horses in the West and a prom tene eligible for the 10000 Queen City Handicap broke down at Churchill Downs Louisville while being exercis cd and had to bo destroyed The injury was the direct result of tho kick delivered by The Minks while the field was at the post for the Clark Handicap Good Words For Chamberlain Cough Remedy People everywhere take pleasure in estifying to tho good qualities of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Mrs Mvvard Phillips of Barclay Md vrites I wish to toll you that Ical recommend Chamberlains Cougl tetnedy My little girl Catherine vho is two years old has been taklnj his remedy whenever she had a cold since she was two months old Abou II month ago I contracted a dreadfu old myself but I took Chamberlain Cough Remedy and was soon as wol as ever This remedy is for sale by all druggists Queen Alexandria of England Is strict on such points of etiquette as make it a breach of decorum for instance to hand anything but new and nused coin fresh from the mint to the consort of the British sovereign To make love to her Majesty is punishable by the law of Britain with death unless of course one happens to be the King Sore locAny mother who has had experience with this distressing aliment will bo pleased to know that a cure may bo reeled by applying Chamberlains Salvo as soon as the child Is done nursing Wipe it olT with a soft cloth before allowing tho babe to nurse Many trained nurses use this salve with best results For salo by all druggists Tho women of SSurnatrawear costly drcsscs many of them being made of- pure gold and silver After the metal is mined and smelted it is formed into a ono wire which is woven into cloth and afterward used for dresses A Narrow Escape G W Cloyd a merchant of Plunk Mo had a narrow escape four years ago when ho ran a jlmson bur into his thumb Be says Tho doctor wanted to amputate It but I would notconsent I bought a box of Bucklens Arnica Snlve and that cured the dangerous woun 25o at G L Pennys Drug ftlst Gen J Franklin Bellhasan invitation to address the cadets of- State College at Lexington on military instruction and to bo present at- the annual commencement exercise For stomach troubles biliousness nnd constipation try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Many raarkablo cures have been effected by them Price 25 cents Samples free For by all druggists Relief from Rheumatic Pain I suffered with rheumatism for over two years says Mr Holland Curry patrolman of Key West Fli Sometimes It settled In my knees and lamed mo so I could hardly walk at other times it would bo In my feet anll hands so I was incapacitated for duty Ono night when I was In severe pail and lame from it my wife wont to tho drug store hero and came back with 0 bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm I was rubbed with It and found tho pain had nearly gong during tho night I kept on using It for n little more than two weeks and found that it drovi the rheumatism away I have not limo any trouble from that disease for over three months For solo by aU druggists Tho Kentucky Press Association has decided to hold its annual meeting Estill Springs beginning June 17J Disturbed tho Congregation Tito person who disturbed tho congregation last Sunday by continually coughing Is requosted to buy a bottlt of Foloys Honey and Tur G L Penny D J SMITHCI- LBERTSCREEK KY Fho Quick Halos nod Hnmll rrolltmoro Younre invited to como In nod two my nmpleto utock of new Hummer good omelhlng fur tho hot weather aeaeon lewdranlte Ware lust received elt Full lock of groceries of kinds Beau Naboth 45006 11 loon Norn Knuglimnn by sorvnl ltd tletlontlr I Nllm ltnugll linns let ilnm loin J bv Metropolitan STY son of Hainhlvtunlnn Sml him Jose ihlnii by Iii nohrlno 8012 son of 3rd dam Miry Wittier by Oil or thorongbbrrdt Ith tlnm by Wanner ithditmhy liniNirtvtl h wit tlmu by riiorntonn Ibittlor llonn Nnlwth li a biinU Imy httuulliic 15J 4 liumls of giVut stylo unit notion mul of perfect con urinntlnn and II u sift him shown ubll ly to riroilur hu iunlltlt It will seen that Itaiu Nulioth pII iro KOM Iwvk to Klectlonwr on Iwth Iro nit ilmn Mldo and nlnoon cliim skin to thr ont iltwlrnblc thorouEhlirftl croCeee Will stand at Imrn of Ir lIx White IS nllw South of Mtenfonl never Moutrret plkr- t lT l ISHtUK Al4VINUOIT- Mnrt grHlet sit tffl wr tohndh Monty IIw whru ruin Is traded or lrt1 with or red cln wh rt mn nken though no nIlonlblllty fur wwl entg or s escniieJ I 1ETTtH HUnfonl Ky lORSEV GOLDDUST12052 11111hrotherduruaii dtim by llcadl nn Imported Am uKH utalllon Itir oy Coldiltut dam Kloroneu by Golden Mlnyo Chief a son of Jaffa Intennelv In and MorgnndrotnndlitIfrum Jutllu llIr of road Iorseknown DofltY tioldduet II n dark wry full la bnoll high and wlgh founds a provun cud uniform brttiler 011 ilghcliiim roml and Kii8t rnlior oiQonililii Inlt nil till junlltlo for harnosl and saddle md are In ilnmnnd nt topprlrttt Will milk nt farm nwir Htn- nonoonlluatonvllkpikentl0TO1NMt Ill kIt nt fln cent per week No ro ponslblltty for arrldents or eCelqos Tho of pcr onal attention given Also ot same pence will slake tbo present canon with u line large young residing from Tom Keeno Joe UlllC- khurn tin twit of node lock nt TO IN IUUK A MULE COLT F HKIl Unnvlllr Ky rNABOTH JR Xiilnitli lrIAII rich rout bay 7 yours old nnd full ht lmn l lil li hN lso ioumunil n hens of womlvrful lionuiy IIUVIDK n bug rangy neck and carrying ii line lull Ho U u Kiiltid nlrhlllround notion nod Ilkenll noun of old NnUith he boa grant IIlIturlllIlllIllIorll s and n greater nicklnx loran run not Iw found In lui Mtuto of Kentucky Imvi1 II n deal er In fancy horses for lu year furnlohlnK them for all the inarkvti In thNCOunlly stool am imxloin to enioiirnite the breeder of horse to ronllllll loralM U tter OIIIM AN U Kenernlly known there a scarcity of Rood hors and thoou nltnblp for tho Kii tirn iiiarkt brlns fnnoy prlcvu If the bnfll- lU would ratio NuinlxT one horse liter 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Cent nil Kentucky Got my Unto he fore Insuring Nothing but flratchild Cunlplluies Repre tented Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD KY Antecarlo 226 12 Made or Versatikt track In winning rare- Hlred Ity Anle i tltIlbA l wild or uutt ii public Ml Ir Ann Hall lorui kon M Mesotwtlso1itchn Tte0 The Abbot rye ebatnpbuntruttinggedblgofthewurld 21 dam liy U81 to mil IndopeiideiMf dam by Aliierlciin mar The American Htar nod Andrew Jack loon blood U regpon lble for Irvsif us olinnuplon tnollinglnlllua tot rue Workl- You ee Antec rloi two top crone are re upoiKllile for the fnttetl grtlltllftoo lieU croM nrt regponnlMe Rial lion Then you ev he Is belter hind than either of them lor he hat the bloat of both Anticarlo I n solid brown dune hnnd bight 1170 uiuU lint tylo end actlnn 1llltnmlatllotolnure u llvtni colt BUCK VARNON Hlnck Jack with white points S year old hands Floe breeder stud treat In dividual Alack of line lone Cud action 11111iandt flu to Inurva living colt All will stand at farm OR Ollenhelm pike mllr from Htanford Murex at U x r month Pare taken to accidents but not rvsponslblt ahoultllll11 occur DisHon d Smith u u Lincoln Chief 2566VolVIS HeR By Bourbon Chief 976 by Harrison Chief 1606 Brown colt 152 hands high foaled IQOJ Owned by Held h Hundley Danville Ky dam Nellie PrewitLl Diamd Devonrti6i 3 2 dambyCru adr q dam Eagle Lincoln Chief has no superior as an individual and few equals in breeding with little handling shows fine action graceful and distinct gaits with great promise as a combined borse of high type lIe is a full brcther to Choctaw Chief that will last year for 6175oand is sired by Hourbon Chief who has produced more highpriced horses than any living sire of saddle horses being ihe sire of Emily champion at Worlds Pair Montgomery Chief and Bourbon King both unbeaten and the highs priced saddle stallions known and also Emerald Chief Choctaw Chief Doland Chief all celebrated and one of the Longworth pair costing gUooo and many others selling for phenomenal prices even yearlings is high as Slooo Lincoln Chiefs dam has also proven her merits by producing four highclass stallions and her sire Kos and Tennessee No breed of saddle or coe is noted as a producer both in Kentucky combined horses rank with this family today Trace this colts blood lines back on sires side to Harrison Chief by Clarks Chief and Lathams Denmark to Washington Denmark on to old Ucllfounder the running wonder and on dams side back through Roscoe Diamond Denmark Crusader to old Gray Eagle Ihe chief of his age and foundation for beauty speed and endurance Where is a superior to be found in breeding Lincoln Chief will make the present season at the Fair Grounds Danville Ky at 925 to Insure Colt Mares from a distance will be grazed at lOc per day or fed on grass reasonable a preferred Careful attention assured but not responsible lor accidents or escapes REID HUNDLEY Danville Ky For ICE Cream Freezers Water Coolers PicksClippers Cold Tongs and Bowls GEORGE H FARRIS STANFORD KENTUCKY Ink Inc nntrsii tm rlehl kind of Nina NulNtiii Jr iic out ill dgnd n e0tr tml thl pioiur tBt I HI hon tent In rnalf t ion ndennifuwhlbtute- pubh I willioit lo pay high rlii par rllNiirlthUtrratrouugtnlltonat a on y rnu e bu liat d lvlfaetloii Ixnu Iand lir iHlliiK Imd thu hiirx rl11lillIe tloot Heptemlwr slid be d P1Ndii In Jim It like beget like you own t the right kind of horn bv UnmllnH lit Nalmth Jr You will nole tlilt la lion lia the bliiod of Ukl NalHilli Ilauilil lonlRM Uh- liMewllgar liter Itt Vllkei George Wllke MniiilHluo Ihlvf 1llot Jr suit hurry tIny ltIPINalxth 11011111 he by Viilnllitiliaiii Jlwi mre or lnlHud 21W aiot Mvenilotlien in tu III ViiUlnif1iaiil It CHester S The rItold rwlt9Ner lire MKun of iT III n Mulili1 tolrta1 M KlniMv nn Ki MMtn Upv 0- eatllutUI INMl It t I IINIIUU1 Nna y pavnblo whm rust I Mted ttr In very on ewlHrr ptufd with or Owed la another IIUPM Chwler 8 In 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Jai KoMoien Iluhhlu J II Dftiuhmac Stanford J K Pettm uinford 0 E Tat Stanford AnnouncementIn view of the existence of so many liuo watches including horsetimers tin Danville mini surrounding community wo have fooureil tho services of uu r expert wntchnuiker direct from n largo New York mauu factory and make positive guanuiteo that wo can repair any kind over made If your watch is running n little out of onlnr probably it nee la oiling Many fine instru lents tire ruined by continual running without oil A stitch ill timo saves nine Wo also repair and clean any and all kinds of clocks nnd guarantee thorn to run whim we have finished our work There is no use to send any kind of rqmlriog away from home as wo have these exports in constant nt tcndanco at our store Wo positively do tho fluent expert engraving in this section E He MURRAY Danville Kentucky W B MoRoberts DRUGGIST I STANFORDII Books Wall Paper Paints Oils and Ta nishesIrid11 ws PEPJON AI supervision given to all Prescriptions 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