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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL It VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 20 1908 NO 6 I Prof Ireland Continues to Tel About His Visit to the Nations Capital On tho morning of tho third day wo started moro directly for that unt which wo were sent After brcakfas we went poet haste for It was necessa ry to the Metropolitan M E church 4J C Street where the sessions of thi- N E A were held It was our pleas uro to bo welcomed by that genial gen tleman familiarly known as Uncle Joe I We might atop hero for a short exam nation of ono of tho big AmerIcans Ho is ono of tho riot POLLOI at his home in Danville Illinois Ho will pass ui through streets of hIs homo town and hitch himself to a lumber pile or telephone polo and converse with them am is sometimes called Old Codger To tho people of his homo town ho Is a lesser Lincoln Cannon Is for corporations which to us Is hit besetting sin Though Cannon Is another Czar In his realm yet ho la no more than JUllt folks and does riot try to bo encircle in that halo or awo of a hero that many people possess Ho still likes to trip It as you go on the light fantastic toe for there Is not a girl in his home towr who does not Hko to dance with him Ho Is also fond of golf Uncle Joei folks are manyfor he has gotten many oi them positions As has been said ho Is a lover of homo and Cannonizes the home As an old saw we might say thatlho was a poor boy for ho poatpon ed his marriage In order to acquire means on which to subsist When he did marry In 1862 ho started homemaking in tho good old way Ho Is ti now a millionaire This distinguished gentleman was greeted with prolonged applause when he entered that church filled with educators He said that he greeted men and women who touched 10000000 youths who are qualifying 4 for sovereignty In life and wo hope that it Is for good only Ho said all teachers are not good teachers any more than alt Congressmen are good Con grcismcn Cooperation of tho differ ent factors each shinnying on his own side will causo the republic to grow This was the gist of his theme and o point wo should all take It is n step in education to bo In tho presence ol Speaker Cannon for ho is a success Commissioner McParland next welcom ed us and ono of his most significant statements was You who suporin tend tho greatest system of free public instruction in tho world who have sc much to do with making the future ol our people and therefore of all history you who are yourselves learners In or der that ypu may bo teachers you will enjoy Washington as many can not t And wo did enjoy It and wo felt that u while wo occupied an humble position nevertheless wo formed a part of the unified system which is mado stronger by each component part being strong We will mako this school a conspicuous ly strong part if parents teachers and ss trusteees will continuo to cooperate and pull together asyvo are now pull ing Let us do it The chief note of the N E A was Industrial Education Men and teach ers aro more and moro realizing that the lingering idea of mcdiaovalism to ward the higher branches of study should moro strongly coordinate with that which gives a larger service to society by aiding tho students to a general capacity to mako a living This is a utilitarian age and teachers nro potent factors in bettering conditions but cooperation of citizens and patrons is absolutely necessary Tho schools aro tho great avenues through which the rapid ly rising ocean knowledge must reach tho people In view of this fact the teacher must realize the responsibility and tho parent aid him by a closer sym pathy and a heartier support Wo will devote tho subsequent part of thejo papers to matter extraneous from tho N E A but none the less didactic because of that font is educa tional to know of our own Capital and J its historic places Wo visited the navy yard or wo ought properly say ordi nanco factory 1i7e noticed with po culiar Interest tho impressive sights of machinery in operation Hero are great laths turnIng boring aid rifling tho steel breech loading guns of the Navy Guns weighing tons or 120J 000 pounds are carried by traveling cranes to various machines as easily as we would shoulder our 22 caliber for target work These guns have ranges of four five six eight 10 12 and 13 miles and are Indeed formidable pieces ot artillery At the docks are lying two linteresting small vessels They aro tho Dolphin and tho Mayflower The form r was the boat of President Cleve land and the latter President Roosevelt It was on tho Mayflower the Japan ono and Russian peace ambassadors met preparatory to peace negotiations in which President Roosevelt was tho prime mover This act was equal to tho deeds of tho Great Pacificator and resulted in tho peace of Portsmouth signed on Sept 1905 in our own land of the free and homo of the brave After we left tho Navy Yard wo went to Smithsonian Institute and Na tional Museum located on tho Mall This wits founded in 1846 by Congress and derived Its name from the chief do nor James Smithson who gave about 500000 It Issues publications in the interest of research in science and fur niches a medium of interchange be tween learned men and societies not only of this country but also in foreign countries It has 20000 correspond ents outside ot tho United States The National Museum is supported by ap propriations of Congress There arc now over 6000000 specimens In this government depository Hero wo saw many objects of most popular interest Ono would have to stay In these many days to see all of tho relics and for ar ago to know their history Here an treasured such relics as George Wash Ingtons uniform worn when he was cornmandcr in chief Swords and other memorials of Gen U S Grant and gifts made by presidents for they arc forbidden by the constitution to accept them for themselves Ono of the most interesting relics to my mind is the old printing press of Benjamin Frank lin By means of this ono who has been in an office where a Metropolitan newspaper Is printed and has seen the largo Hneotypo machines run can note tho wonderful progress made In this particular industry On this afternoon wo visited the Washington monument the most Imposing structure and the most prominent feature of tho landscape It is an obelisk 555J feet in height with facing of white marble and an interior of gneiss and New England granite This Is tho highest work of masonry in the world If ono goes up tho steps a flight of 900 steps must bo traveled Suffice It to say the writer of this arti clo did not go up the steps as there is an elevator which goes up every hour from 9 A M till 4 r u an important feature of which is that it is free about tho only free ride one gets while in tho city In this shaft aro memorial stones set In tho Inner face They are 179 in number 40 States are represented 15 lodges of F A M13 lodges of t 00 F seven Sons of Temperance and otherorders long slnce defunct On the aluminum tip at tho summit is Inscribed tho words LAva DEO which we will say for tho benefit of some means praise to God Tho total cost of this monument Is 513 0000 J W IRELAND H PREACHERSVILLE John Colson hiss moved to New Hope W F Parks grinding day is Satur day of each week Levi bell sold some corn to Mr Kerr at f3 and somo to J H Itaughman Co ar 325 delivered Frank Rlgsby continues ill of Inflam matory rheumatism Miss Lula Bal lard is qulto lit of rheumatism John Rigsby who has been taking a course In agriculture at S ato College is at homo and has been quite ill of grip Rev Pierce Bryant of Cartersvillc who was recently called to tho pastor ate of the Baptist church here preach oj Saturday night and Sunday Isis sermons were good The subject Sun day was Am my Brothers Keeper t and It was handled in a masterly way Rev Bryant is an exceptional preacher and is not afraid of five days manual labor In a week Miss Annie Bartles of Griffin Station visited hero Mr and Mrs J T Bing aman of Stanford were guests of J L Anderson and wife Their friends here were pleased to see them again Mr and Mrs Cress visited her mother In Rockcastlo who is ill Leslie Mel Tin visited at East Bernstadt Fount jlankenahlp and wife of Riverside fisltod her parents Mr and Mrs lIen ry Blankenship Tom Durham will soon hove hero from Casey J D Horton Is at Martinsville Ind Some little fool In tho Western part paperIstature wo look to dee the State Journal to take its place in tho grave yard of hasbeens along with Bcckham Hay HInes Ayres etcetera Tho wish father to tho thought doubtless Tho State Journal is as solid as tho rock of Gibraltar and its editor is fuller of Ight than a twoyearold It will be here fighting for Democracy when its traducers are in hades and bolters are reaping their just rewards The State Journal was not born to die sonny IL was never moro prosperous and those who think its editor Isa quitter even under tho most adverse circumstances are as much mistaken as if they had burned their shirts So scat you little evil of tho thumb paper Frankfort Journal Best Healer fn the World Hey F Starblrd of East Raymond ialno says I have used Bucklena irnlca Salvo for several yearn on my ohl army wound and other obstinate ores nail find it tho best beale1ln the world I use it too with great success In my veterinary business Prlce25o at Pennys Drug Store NEWS NOTES Mrs Lou Bond aged 66 is dead In Anderson county An epidemic of smallpox has broker out in Lewis county Seven masked night riders burned tho house of Henry Allis a farmer living In Shelby county Riley Grannan broke the gambling house of Carl Young at Reno Nev winning 52000 at roulutte Three men were killed and several seriously Injured In tho explosion of a powder mill near Linton Ind Walter R Day former State Treasurer was given u sentence of one year in the penitentiary for forgery Safe biowers used a lot of nitrogly reran in blowing open four safes In Youngstown 0 and got 16 cents fo their labor Thirtyfive hundred union brewery workers went on strike in St Louis The brewery owners say thoy will now institute open shops Night riders attempted to burn the tobacco barn of Judge Louis Apperson of Montgomery county Tho blaze was extinguished by neighbors- A motion for a new trial for Giuseppe Alia the murderer of Father Leo Rein rlchs was filed by his attorney at Den ver It Isalleged Alia is insane Judge 0 W Buchanan of WInns boro S C was probably totally wounded by a shot fired Into a train by an unknown person at Wards S C Judge Gantt of the Missouri upremc Court in an opinion handed down reo affirmed the decisions of Missouri courts upholding the constitutionality of the local option law Onl Gifford shot and killed his broth er Floyd Gifford at Vanceburg Tin latter was attempting to put his moth er out of her home A general family quarrel was in progress The American Tobacco Company has placed a gatling gun on the roof ol their warehouse at Maysville to prevent night riders burning the building Men will be constantly on guard and work tho gun if the night riders appear President Roosevelt summoned to the White House United States Attorney Baker who acts as prosecuting attor ney In tho District of Columbia and urged him to press for a jail sentence Robert N Harper recently found gait ty of violating the pure food and drug actThe proceeding by tho Government against the Armour Packing Company Swift Co Morris Co and the Cudahy Packing Company all operat ing in Kansas City Kan under which the companies were each find 16000 by the United States Circuit Court for the Western district of Missouri on the charge of receiving rebates contrary to tho provisions of the Elkins act was decided by the Supreme Court of the United States adversely to those com panies No Use To Die- I have found out that there Is no use to die ot lung trouble as long as you can get Dr Kings Now Dls ov orysBYS Dlrs1 P White of Hush boro Pft I would not bo allvo today only for that wonderful medicine It loosens up a cough quicker than anything else and cures lung dIsease even the case is pronounced hope less This most reliable remedy for coughs and colds lagrippo asthma bronchitis and hoarseness Is sold un der guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 60c and 81 Trial bottlo free Night riding must bo put down and lawlessness must cease The welfare of the State demands it Anarchy must not be permitted to prevail Tho Governor seems to have exhausted his resources Let him try a few Pinker ton detectives They will bring the cowardly creatures to the barof justice even if they do not get their deserts thereafter We are facing a crisis that threatens to be worse than civil war Let all law loving men come to tho rescue of a crime ridden State which is becoming a hiss and a byword at home and abroad Frankfort Journal This Is Worth Remembering Whenever you have a cough or cold just remember that Foloys Honey and Tar will cure It Do not risk your health by taking but tho genuine It Is in a yellow packdgo Pennys Drug Store MATRIMONIAL Mrs Robt M Terrell of Clintonvillc Ky announces the engagement of her daughter Miss Amelia Cleveland to Prof Joseph Moler McVey of Huston villa Tho wedding will be a pretty event and will be celebrated next Thursday afternoon at 2 oclock in the Christian church at Clintonville Ad vocateICroup positively checked In 20 minutes Dr Sboops 20 minute Croup Remedy acts like Magic No vomit lag nothing harsh A simple safe pleasant dependable eroup syrup 60o Pennys Drug Store Our New Spring Suits Are Matchless In Beauty Style Fit And Values Our new suits are everything good suits should be Customers tell us we are stronger in our suit department than ever before fo Our suits are the work of New Yorks best tailors They are as pretty as can be and are strictly I9O8 styles Only the best of fabrics in the latest weaves and colors ars used Nothing commonplace about these suits All the brightness and F newness of Spring is in them Their every line is one of grace and the flow of the skirt and modeling of the jacket are equal to most chic of Parisian creations 1250 to 18 00 perfectlyvalue and beauty to any of last years suits at much higher pricesF 20 to 30 as Here is where we do our big business and we show a great variety of catchy new suits in Fancies and in Copenhagen Pongee Tan Navy Black etc in Serges Panamas Panajah etc 3000 andup Suits made of Rajah Silks One of the most attractive ideas of the session Fine Novelty Wool Suit These extreme novelties we bring out in only one of a kind New Washable Tailored Suitsx You will find plenty suits that will WASH but this is not enough SuiU that will look well wear well and mid their graceful lines well fashioned well fitting suitsthnts what you want TAILORED not just put together Anti that is the kind ofwash spits wo sell Tailored perfectly in both coats and shirts and they show it Prices 8 To 30 Como in white light blue pink Copenhagen hlondine tan iu linen and English Reppjind in Natural Linens rod nil colors of tho new stripe linens Such a line of wash suits as we are now showing was never seen in Centra Kentucky before Our New Waists are Things of Beauty So runny charming stylesso much variety so much of beauty aril value It would be difficult to choose from them were it not that you could not make a bad selection Every waist we show is perfect in style that will be apparent on sight but the number of styles we are showing is surprisihg Ourassembhige is the cream of this sea HillS Waist styles And in our search far style beauty and variety we did not overlook tho important matter ofeprice Wo have attended to that you never saw such waist values Ecru NetWaista all silk lined elaborately trimmed amt in newest shles at 83 and 350 Will look like 85 anywhere Ecru Net waists silk lined beauti fully designed and handsomely and artistically trimmed at 84 to 85 equal in gvcry respect to any you ever bought it SG to 87 Black all silk net waists from SG50 to 812 The Newest Silk Dresses Onlyone thing nicer than a silk suitnnd that is several of them Certainly they are to be popular this Spring always will be in Springbecause they aro beautiful nUll practical and women like them The demand for silks is so great and tho supply so small that wo have had and are having a hard time to get silk garments iVhilo our lino is not complete wo want you to see what we have Tailored Suits that look like they had stepped from the latest Paris fashion plates Silk costumes and Voile costumes which tell you nt first glance that they were designed ball artist Silk Princes Suits in modes rajahs tafietas and foulards i Prices 1250 to 60 J New Dress Silks Have you seen them IA wouderfuliy attractive display Every now shading stripes checks dots figures solidcolors We were in New York at just the critical moment when tho stocks were at their best and we secured an assortment that could not possibly have been bought earlier aud cannot be had now Theyare selling and wo advise every one to buy early while you have such a wide range of beautiful styles to select from You con buy y very choice silks at 50c yard and better at 75c 85c and 81 yard Rough Rajah weaves pure silk 27 inches wide at 85c Another cheaper grade at 59c These in nil colors 30 inch Fine Black Talleta never sold under 1trani is offered now at 75c Q1b w DAHVILLE KENTUCKYr i The Interior Journal K Co WALTON JOHN J MOSER IIB candidate for Jailer ot Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democrat P ny M BRUCE 11 a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count inblect to the action of the Democrat party JAMES C HAYS II a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county abject to the nctlon of the Domoera party D C ALLEN II a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln count ly subject to the action of the Democrat party DINK FARMER Ii n candidate for the Democratic nomln tlon for Jailor of Lincoln county fmbjept to the action of democratic party J W FOLEY s la a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln count ty subject to tbelnctlon of the democrat Part HARVEY HELM Is n candidate for the democratic nomln tlon for Congress In this the Eighth dls trlct subject to the action of the Uemocrn Ic party ABOUT the weakest speech we havo read for a long time was that of Traitor Wheeler Campbell at Frankfort just before the Legislature adjourned His socalled explanation of his refusal to 4support Gov Beckham for U S Senator was puerile to say the least of it Barkeeper McNutt or Lottery King Mueller could have done better 4TILE republican members of the House marched in a body to Gov Willsons office and made a plea for tho pardon of Caleb Powers One of the reasons given by them was that Caleb could not take care of his race for Congress in the 11th district while confined in the Georgetown jail Dont tbt jl jar you WE sincerely regret that Mrs Ella Hutchison Elwanger the splendid society editor of the Frankfort Journa has been compelled to give up her po sition on account of ill health She is r not only a most excellent chronicler of society doings but a very charming woman as well- BOLTER WHEELER CAMPBELL said in the closing hours of the Senate that he would now retire to private life Seem to us that to follow the good example of Judas Iscariot after he had betrays the Savior would be the proper thing i for Traitor Campbell to dot THE Legislature adjourned at a late hour Tuesday Some firstrate work was done but the defeat of Gov Beet hsm wflJso bad that the good ace om plfshed Is lost sight of- POLITICAL James M Broyles has been appoints postmaster at Plato Pulaaki county Senator William Pinckney Whyte of Maryland died at his home in Balti c moreGov Willson signed the Sullivan bill appropriating 500000 for thetwo Stat t normal Schools and the Kentucky Stat CollegeByebye Charlton McNutt Muelle r and Lillard = May we never look upon your like again To hades with you all FrankfortrJournal Gov Hughes of New York has declined to interfere with the execution of Chester Gillette to take place in the week beginning March 30 The JKentuckyi General Assembly passed 92 bills The Governor has sign td 19 and vetoedjtwo and has the re maining 71 under consideration Thelrepublican iState convention at Des Moines la elected four delegates atlarge to the National Convention ant instructed them to vote for William H r TaftIn a speech in the Senate Mr La Fol lette declared that the recent financial atringencywas brought about by the influence of Standard Oil and J Pierpont Morgan Curt Jett now signs his letters Your Brother in Jesus Caleb Powers will doubtless sign his campaigr documents Your Brother in Jail Somerset Journal Gov Willson affixed his signature U the Wilhelmi AntiPool Room Bill and it isnow a law The measure is very drastic against the operation of poolrooms and provides fines and jail sen tenccsfor violations and forfeiture ol peace officers who fail or refuse to en force the law TheHouseSubcommittee on Forti fications hasreported to the full com mittee the fortifications appropriations bill with the estimate of the War De partment slashed from 38443945 to 8210611 on account of the desire ol the committee to avoid giving ground for the impression that the United States is preparing for war with Japan After formally passing the death sen tence on Harry Orchard at Caldwell Idaho Judge Fremont Wood recom mended that the State Board of Par dons commute Orchards sentence of death to imprisonment in the State pen itentiary Judge Wood declared he be lieved that Orchard told the truth In his testimony in the Haywood and Pet tibone trials J 4 b HUSTONVTLLE Miss Susie Frye of Lexington ia the guest of MtsaJAngie Carpenter The millinery opening of Miss Cora Lipps and sister will be announced next weekJames Yowell sold to B G Fox a pair of fouryearold mules for 400 and Ijryearling mules at 90 4 Rev Pinkerton preached two splendid sermons to large audiences the Christian church Sunday All ladles appointed on the committt of the Masonic banquet will meet Saturday in Masonic Hall at 2 P M fA full line of blue grass farms assorted sizes and desirable town lots worth the money for sale by Williarr Co s Mrs James P Goode has returned from a visit to relatives in Covingtoi C L Holmes of Louisville spent Sunday with friends here The repairs being made on the Bop tint church not being completed Rev Creel the pastor preached in the Presbyterian church Sunday The called meeting of the Mason lodge here for Friday evening Marc 20 will convene at 1 oclock for work in the M M degree All members are cordially invited to attend Rev Miller of London will preach next Sunday morning at the Christian church He is considered one of the ablest expounders of Christian truth and a speaker of unusual magnetism The postofllce at Mt Salem has been discontinued and mail to that localit will be sent by star route carrier fror McKinney or by rural route from this place to parties having approved mailboxes put up as required by the department Quite a number from this localit have had occasion to write our Con gressman upon business of varied im portance during the present session and they speak in highest praise of his per sistent efforts promptly given and prompt reply in every instance The department in Washington ur gently requests that patrons of rural routes provide themselves with stamp consistent with their needs It not on ly imposes undue hardships on the carriers in removing the loose coins iron the boxes but delays the service and the earners return They sugges placing small detachable cups of tin or wood in which to place the coins whet necessaryThe of tho C W B M Auxiliary was held at tho home of Mrs W M Myers It was a delightful day and one long to be remembered Thi being the birth month of their bclovei president as many as possible gave her as presents new members Six wen added to their roll call Delightful refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by Mrs June Hocker The meeting was a success financially and socially IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The store of Robert L Black at Ne vada Mercer county was burglarized a few nights ago A lot of goods and 360 in cash were taken The administrator of Tony Roberts has filed suit against the Q C for 30000 damages Roberts whose home was at Junction City was killed while in the companys employ- R H Crossfield the aged father of Dr Henry Crossfield of Owensboro it dead in Anderson county It will be remembered that Dr Crossfield held a great meeting at the Christian churcl here last Spring James Spalding eorr In law of Jacob Turner of the Parksville locality made application to County Judge Puryear to be sent to the asylum and his request was granted He said that during the past three weeks he had been getting jp with the intention of murdering his wife and two children Later in the lay he would regain his mind and then calize the enormity of his contempla ed crime and In order to save himself rom the hangmans noose he desired to be taken to the asylum or placed in jail where it would ho impossible to do anything rash Ho admitted that he burned Weisiger barn two years Ii o and that he sold his store at Burn- slaesome years ago in order to keep from destroying it by fireAdvocate Given pTo Die B Spiegel 1204 N Virginia St Svansville Ind writesuFoI over lye years I was troubled with kidney tad bladder affections which caused ne much pain and worry I lost flesh tad was all run down and a year ago tad to abandon work entirely I had three of tho best physicians who did ne no good and I was practically given up to die Foleys Kidney Cure ras recommended and the first bottle lave me great relief and after taking he second bottle Iwas entirely cured Why not let it help you Pennys DruJ Store A stranger while walking the railroad rack at Hill was struck by a freight train and instantly killed From found on his person he is sup StrawberryPlains Pain can bo quickly stopped A 25 cent box of Dr Shoops Headache ablets will kill any pain everywhere In 20 minutes Besides they are thor highly safe Painful periods with roman neuralgia etc quickly cease ifter one tablet Penny Drug Store Itd husausltral MIDDLEBURO The telephone exchange has bber moved from Wm Wheats store to F L Jones jewelry store Thero was a heavy rainstorm here Tuesday morning and it was accompan- Ied by considerable lightning and thun derCountry potatoes are selling here at 1 per bushel and hard to get at that price Sixty cents is usually tho ruling priceThe bridge question will likely be ag itated when the fiscal court meets In April A majority of the magistrates are in favor qf bridging our stream and if our people would givo the court a little encouragement along that lint the bridge would bo a go It Is said that the night riders will call on the fiscal court of this county when it meets in April and demandbet ter roads Such a demand would not be unreasonable but Casey count night riders are a harmless set of fel lows and would not be likely to fright en such a bravo set of gentlemen as compose Caseys fiscal body Our clever townsman J F Cash will movpo WaynosbUl1 much to the many frlenus here Dr J T Wesley was in Frankfort last week A J Bracher is quite III at his home near Yosemite G A Hogue Is here from Cincinnati to spend several days with friends and relatives The Sunday school teachers were entertain cd by Mr and Mrs Wm Wheat Tues day evening Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup Is a new remedy an Improvementon the lax atives of former years as It does not gripe or nauseate and Is pleasant to take It Is guaranteed Pennys Drug Store GILIERT CREEK IARGAIN STORE Take no onowontforIt but como and see All goods sold nt reduced prices tens and Ladles Underwear nnd Rubbers 1tnl nod UoysHulti at Cost 1 will be very grate rut for your patronage- D JHM1TH 10 REWARD Ior the arrest and conviction of any person trespassing upon my rams tiny or night or doing Injury to stock In traveling the pub lie highways or Injury to stock from the lands of other people This rewnnl refers to net iiiul future I nlto offer n spec Jet rownrdofSiforpnrttculnrslme McKINNEY MARBLE C GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers ot Granite and Marble Monuments HirstClass Work at Reasonable Ibices OlTlco and Works McKinney Ky Hhop clouil on Saturday Wanted To Buy Oak and beech Lumbir Will pay highest prices Have for sale Oak and Beech Flooring Write to Kentucky Hardwood Flooring Co Beech St near Woodland Ave Lou isville Ky arge for examination orsciontlflcal i i ng te by uptodate methods Im scrlptionglusses ground to order set in any style frame or skeleton mountings work and material guaranteed satisfactory charges moderate Permanently located Oelltrnl Telephone Building I UltolllIIo Ky L t lOW Lrlo Graduated Optomctryst ITHE WARF1ELD Trial lalTrottlnq Dark Bay Btalllon hands foaled August lwl at Vllllagi Farm East Aurora N Y First dam ty Olrl by Itex Amorlcus Slaw 4yeurolil ru cord lIly lire of Itattlvton s r record X0 Aiuerlcnn Belle 8yr record illk and 18 others In xW lilt n son of Onward Hil reo of Onward Hllrer ytQ4 and lie othersin the tOO list Onward was sited by George Wilkes 619 2nd dam Duernm sired by Mambrlno King ins sire of7S Including iJidy of the Mono YOt Lord Derby 20 heir nl Law tO Diners In ZI ard dam Dotlet by Nutwood noo the sire of In the list Uh dam Topaz by Htrnthmore 408 sire In the list 6th dnm Mlllard Albion nth dam Ned Kdwln Forest 7th don Lady Turner MnmbrlnoOblef The Wnrfleld was bred to only 16 mares has 12 foals all of styl- oIreandaubstanconndplentyofs ed The Wnrtlteld Is a representative stallion In all the term Implies To say he has tire substance Rod speed only Jn part empbaslzi the qualities combined In this son of Dare- Devil Helms them nnd they nre of such symmetrical character us to make him n stallion among many Ills head and neck boby and legs are perfect and when seen in connection with hi faultless gait and great beauty are vspeclally Impressive You should see this horse before breeding You will say you never looked at a better one The Wnrneld Is the only stallion that has f darns in the great mare list lie ha- twoMambrlnoKing latchentwoMam rlno0hlefoneOhlntes- one Onward George Wilkes Electioneer 1 Nutwood 1 Htrathmore more trotting crone than any Italllon al ve The Wnrllold byDare lJevlI2PQjirecord- 2W lie by King 127e he bY Mambrlno Patchen he by Miimbrln Chief Dam Mercedes by chimes 6318 bX Electioneer 125 Dare lcvtlta a great winner lie won the championship at the National hone Hhow in class tint National Horse Hhow in 1888 clats championship National horse- Show class Il1rlt National HorsuHhow IKW class charnplonshlpNatlonnl Horso HIiowllU class tIretNotlonulHorse Show 100 ellllllll flrat luatlonlllllonl Show JOO class lu lint Boston Horse Hhow 3 Boston Hone Show class I second Boston Horse Show Kttl class 3 sec ond Boston horse Show class 2 reserve Boston Horse Show lOOt class third Bos ton Horse Hhow class 7 He sired The Beau Ideal 215I sire of Princess Helen 2W54 Devils nughter2IDY Hurnli lIam tin 2rlpy Trlfier 222 t Dare cvtl Jr 228 y Will make the present season at our farm I mile from McKlnnlJ Ky at lib to Insure a Living Colt Will also stand the good IIIACK JAOK OONOUKHOII at ft to Insure a Living Colt lie Is a good Individual I6t hands high white feet SMOWENSJcS1NMcKlnneyKy YOUNG MENS SUITSThese are what those young men wear who are particular who know the correct things and who demand them They can only be gotten here from us Prices range from 15 to 25 H J McROBERTS Stanford Ry TreesFruit and Ornamental Everything for Orclmrd Lawn run Garden Our strawberry plants uro motley makers Try them Write for free catalogues 11 o have no ngeuts H F lltLLKSMKYKIt it SoNS Lexingtou Ky Indigestion In itself a true disease We think of Dyipeptls Heartburn and Indigestion as real diseases 7el they are symptoms only of a certain specific rim sicknessnothing ese It WM this fact that first correctly led Dr ShooP In the creation of that now very popular Stomach Kemsdy Dr Shoops Rntoratlv Going direct to the itom ch nerves alone brought that sorcm lid fvor to Dr and his Kntoratlre WIth out that original and highly vital principle no inch Utlnf accompllibmrats were ever to bo had For stomach dlftmi bloating blllomnru bad breath and sallow complexion try Dr 8 hoop f- OttlelfrecommendDr Shoops RestorativePENNYS DRUG STORE Heartburn Gomes From the Stomach The heart is nn organ that people are not inclined to trifle but a persoi may have fluttering of the heart heart burn and similar troubles and yet hav a perfectly sound heart Nine time out of ten disorder comes from the stomach through dyspepsia constipation or some other ailment So instead of taking heart cures or other such things that contain stimulant and narcotics take a btrmles but effectlv remedy like Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin whlcl will correct tho digestive disorder and In tba way cure the aupposed heart trouble The remed Is guaranteed to do this and can obtain It of any druggist In cent and ft bottles Ai there are about 160 dose to the latter the curt will cost you but a few cents The experience of Mrs Knight of Dellvlew Teas In this regard should be of Interest to al who sutler from beartburneta She writes thai for five years she suffered from Indigestion aDd constipation from fainting spell fluttering the heart and heartburn t he couldnt eat meal or anything seasoned with meat Dr Caldwell Pepsin was recommended to her Dod after ajew dose the indigestion and constipa Lion war relieved and the falnllo spells IInd heart trouble soon Disappeared She takes a dose of the remedy after eating and now neve feels any ill effects matter what she eats would be well for those who suffer In this way t do as she did and be cured There is no question that Dr CaldwcHjs Bit up Pepsin b the best tonic laxative and digest ant at the disposal of the American people It Is gentle in action and pleasant In taste II never gripes It Is the Ideal remedy for stom sob liver and bowel complaints and owing its gentle action Is especially to be recom mended to children women and others who can not stand the violence and griping of salt purgatives and cathartic tablet- sFREE TEST soItry Mat DrCiId tuir lax can III a free senile bottle to Bidr horns ty tddreitlng tilt company This offer It to urov thatths remedy do it we claim and It only open to those who pars never tike It Send for It II you have any symptoms of stomach liver or bowel Slime Gentlest yttnostcKectht laxatlvf for ckHdrsn women and old petmmnd tame emus THE PUBUO VERDICT luarive So Good and lure ai DR CAU WELLS SYRUP PEPSIN Tkll product bears purity guarantee 17 Wajhlngtoa D 0 PEPSIN 8VIWP M 11e eafdrll MaikSSL tlll nol water Rome In the sickroom there is scarcely one article of greater utility than the hotwater bottle We carry a large variety of good hotwater bags Our prices are from 75c to 175 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky FOR SALE T- NO 310 An uptxiato Roller Flouring Mill of CO barrel capacity tetl in the heart of one of tho best wheat belts in tho State anti within 40Ifeet of Trunk Lino Railroad This is an old established plaht with fine cue tutu trade Warehouse barn etc Can be bought for 85500 1 Brick Manufacturing Plant with daily capacity of 35000 dry houso and full equipments together with several acres of ground on which plant is Opt crating nice suburban homo of 12 acres with new residence anti outbuild inga and ono or two nice resident properties in very best resident part ora town which we will exchange as a whole for blue gross farm with good im provements nnd well located No 171 240 acres six miles Southeast of Wayucsburg on Buck Creek 125 acres in timber 100 acres bottom land Two dwellings on farm one of six and tho other of four rooms two good orchards flue water Land is adapted to corn wheat oass and hay 8500 worth of hay grown on place J last year Reason for selling owner is in other business Price only 3000pAll kinds of properties sold nnd exchanged Write us your wants Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky m If You Want the Purest and Best Drugs get Them from i NtiN J STANFORD DRUG CO r wr New Carpets New Druggets New Mattings Vv 4 Iif Our Basement Carpet Department is full of New Goods See us for Carpets Curtains Linoleums Rugs Shades Etc 200 pair Lace Curtains at 50c to 750 pair New Curtain Swisses 10 to 25c yard SEVERANCE SON STANFORD STANFORD Kvk MAUCII 20101 WE aro r ady to figure with you on painting for Spring Wo recommend WIlliams as tho best and cheapest Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS tMR W1 IlEtiniN continues MR D M ANDERSON is wrestlln with mcasfcaF- KANK DAKNETT Is clerking for Curt mine Wcnrcn EUGENE AND HARRY ORNDORFF of Livingston were here Tuesday MRS L R HUGHES Is spending a fow days with tho homcfolks at Alt Vernon TUB aged Mr Samuel DuJdcrar who has been tick for some time was wore yesterdayMR MRS JOHN W DROWN or MU Vernon passed down to Ixmlsvill WednesdayMiss OOANNON who Is attending school at Oxford 0 will como homo today for a few days visit Miss IRENE ROSE of Somerset who has been with Miss Marietta Wallace returned to her homo Wednesday DR R 1 DAVISON attended tho meeting of republican committeemen off this district at Lawrenceburg yester day LOCALS RINK to night W H MUELLER jeweler A 1 quality of jewelry etc NEW shipment of buggies just In See them E T Ienco JUST received something new in fold- Ing beds Tribblo Pence FiRSTCLAES work done in repairing W II Mueller watchmaker ami jew olor DONT forget that thero will be skol Ingat Waltons Opera house Friday night lot of locust posts for sale at INICE Ky D C SIpple Stanford It No3 t ICUMMINS VEZN art now In their handsome now storeroom corner Do t pot and Main streets PURE S C Brown Leghorn eggs for sale Write or phone Mrs Robert L Berry Hustonville Ky fIt w r PATTERN hats latest creations in mil Ilricry See our opening display Thurs day March 20 Misses Straub A nOME belonging to Mrs licttli Uroaddus fell dead while Mr James A Estcs was riding him Wednesday CALL and seo Ud in our new room In the Odd Fellows building comer Mali and Depot streets Cummins Wear en MINE HOST HARDIN is having the St Aiaph Hotel treated to a coat of paint which will greatly Improve its appearance I OJAMES STOKES an honest upright colored man who has worked for J D Eads Sons for several years diet last Tuesday of pneumonia to WE invite you to call and seo our new druggets matting carpets etc Ful lino of wall paper lace curtains a1l now and uptodate Tribblo Pence I AM now ready to wait on tho public J J and ask your patronage Trimmer wit bo here Saturday Miss Ella May Saun ders Will have my opening Thursday next March 26 ROGERS Eld W II Rogers of the e Christian church died at his homo In the East End Monday writes Eld J G Livingston who adds that ho was a good man and a fine preacher Eld Livingston preached the funeral after which the remains were laid to rest In the Rogers burying ground Mr Rog ers was a Mason In high standing and was burled by tho members of that or der WREN Prof J W Ireland returned from Washington City whero ho at tended a convention of the National Educational Association we asked him to give an account of his trip for the ben efit of our readers Ho is doing so and we aro sure our patrons aro enjoying his writeup It is full of historical terest t and the best of reading wo think In fact wo aro proud of his contributions and are glad to say there will be several more letters e RINK at Waltons Opera house tr night CLOTHES cleaned dyed and repaired at Cook Farmers barber shop AN early inspection of our Spring millinery Is requested Misses Strcub FIVE THOUSAND American Field Wlro Fence in stock W K Perkins Crab Orchard Ky SILVERLACE Wyandotto eggs pure strain for sale Mrs J A Rice Stanford Phono 99 ring 5 THE I J man hopes to meet many oC the renders of this paper at Lancaster court Monday If you aro behind with your subscription hunt him up FOR SALEB P Rock egg lit penI headed by one of Harry Clubbs best cockerels 1GO per 15 2nd pen header by Now York cockerel 1 per 15 Mrs R II Crow Shelby City Ky Now is the time to look foryour bug gy buckboard or carriage for Sprint and Summer use Big lot to select from Also harness farming implements wagons etc E T Pence WANTED an uptodate painter grainer and paperhanger as a partner one who thoroughly understands contracting Good opportunity for good sober man Trade already established This office WHILE trying to settle a case by ar bitration in Mr J B Paxtons office Tuesday Hon Fontaine Fox Bobbie and Mr John Turnbull engaged in light which cost tho former 5 in Judge W A Trlbblos court Mr Turnbul admonished tho Cicero of tho Moun tame to stick to the truth and tin latter resented It TilE tortetheCombination Sate were ready for distribution Tuesday afternoon and they lave been sent broadcast There are 1150 stallions mares geldings teams jacks and ponies advertised and we are told that they are a splendid lot The laIc will occur Hustonville text Wednesday and Thursday March 25 and 2G TAKEN DANVILLmes and Faulkner Kennedy wero transferred from tho jail hero to tho ono at Dan rlllo Wednesday afternoon Sheriff T- J and Deputy A C took them over The illness of jailer W L Ilerrln and a report that an effort would ho made to break jail by some of tho prisoners caused tho removal to be ordered Doth of tho Kennedys arc waiting for tho appellate court to act- on their cases UNDER picture of tho gentle man tho Louisville Times has this to say Assistant Clerk J M Alvcnoi is serving his first term and is being congratulated for the ability he ha shown He has developed into a read- Ing clerk of the fint water and has shown a rare aptitude for tho other duties devolving upon tho clerkship of the upper house Ho is a native or Lincoln county which ho represented In tho lower branch of tho General Assembly with much credit Ho is a true and tried Democrat and his friends lire booming him for the position of Read Ing Clerk at the Democratic National Convention to be held in Denver Col next July Mr Alverson is popular with all tho Senators and appears ti have a cinch on reelection to his present position WE feel to congratulate Mr John II Watts of Harriman Tenn on the manly and brotherly manner in which 10 stuck to his brother Mr Harve P Watts who died from an overdose of Moral in jail Monday evening While condemning tho taking of Mr VanDe ecrs life by his brother the brotherly love he has made him do all in his power to help him in his trouble Mr Watts frequently visited the unfortunate irothor here ho looked after his largo amily and engaged tho best counsel btainablo to defend him Ho spared neither his money nor his time in look- Ing after his brothers welfare and wo eel like shaking his hand for It We md a talk with him since tho tragedy of Monday and he expressed grout sorrow for tho family of tho late Haldon TanDoveer Ho deplored his brothers act but believes as many do that ho WaD crazy when he committed the hor iblo deed It is silly to condemn one brother for helping another and those who even think harshly of Mr John H Vatts in the premises are unworthy of consideration SKATING tonight Friday March 20THE members of tho Stanford Danco Club will please call for their invlti tlons at once II C Carpenter Secy HELD OVER Thomas and Walter Coffey colored boys were held over to circuit court in 150 for holding up James Burkctt a peddler claiming to be a Turk They took from him 12 a bracelet and a knife TIIERE will bo a meeting of thestock- holders of the Lincoln county fair at tho courthouse at 3 oclock Friday afternoon March 20 It will bo an Important business meeting and ever stockholder should be on hand or rep resented James F Cummins secy TilE ladies of Stanford and Lincoln county are invited to attend tho millinery opening of the Misses VanDevcc on next Thursday March 26 Tho styles this season are unusually prett and the Misses VonUevecr have taken much pains in the selection of their stock and you should see it LUNSFORD David M Lunsford dice at the homo of his parents Mr IIrd Mn lien T Lunsford of Preachers villc and was buried in tho ccmeterj at that place Monday after services bj Rev R B Mahony of this place In October last Mr Lunsford had a severe case of measles which left him with congested lungs Several months later ho had typhoid fever but his death wot duo to heart trouble superinduced by the other troublca Deceased was 21 years old and was a model young man He was very popular with all classes and the largest procession seen in the East End for a long time followed the remains to their lost resting place Much sympathy is felt for the parents und brothers and sisters in the loss of the son and brother they loved so wel- lWAYNEsnunaU II Singleton is at It Salem Mrs Mattie Gooch has loen ill with grip Rev W R Corder oC Somerset preached a very interest ng sermon hero Monday night Rev R R Noel filled his appointment here Saturday and Sunday Rev J A Sin leton will preach next Sunday R J ilogue wife and little daughter Ethel have been visiting relatives here LG Gooch has gone to Louisville to pur haso goods Miss Sallie Gooch is ir Louisville learning tho millinery business liar new hats will bo hero soon J W Sweeney and wife attended the box supper at Kingsvlllc Tho Lady Maccabees will give u Skiddoo en tcrtalnment hero April 18 Everybody invited Mrs Alice Collins of Cincinnati died Friday and was buried hers Sunday She is a daughter of Am Singleton of this place She leaves a husband and two children to mourn her loss May the Lord bo with them am comfort them in their Pad and lonely hours KILLED HIMSELFlust after our last Issue was printed it was reported that Harve P Watts who was awaitI- ng trial for killing Hal VanDeveer at KingaviHo In September last had taken his own life in his cell In jail and tho report proved to bo true Whether he took and overdose of chloral with suicl dal intent will likely never be known However it is known that ho took in a short time what should have been takei In 12 doses He was an intense suffer cr and had been using the drug to east his pain for somo time Dr W B 0 Bannon was summoned as aoontils Mr Watts was found in a stupor but he was too far gono to be resuscitated The cbloral which ended his life was brought to Mr Watts by Mr Jarae Rambo who had the bottle refilled as it had been many times beloreat Watts request No blame is attached to Mr Rambos actions As soon as life was extinct the body of Mr Watts was removed to the county courtroom md an inquest was held by Coronet George P Bright and jury The verdict was that Harvo P Watts came to his death an overdose of chloral the jury believing the was not taken intent After this the remains were taken to his late homo and tbe burial occurred at Highland Wednesday morning Deceased is survived by a wife and nine children That vaa carz times there Is little or no doubt ills killing of Mr VanDeveer without the least provocation was cer ainly the act of A demented man We feel sympathy for thewidow fatherless hildren father and mother and brother and hope for their sakes responsiblebelorethe life of Mr VonDeveer or that of his own CHURCH MATTERS Subject at tho Methodist church Sun day morning The Good Fight1T- im 012 No service at night Regular services at the Christian church Sunday March 22 Sunday school at 930 A u We are working for tho largest attendance we have had in 1903 so all workers aro urged to be up and doing Preaching at 1045 A M and 730 I M Morning subject Grandeur and Humiliation of Jesus Christ II Cor 89 Evening subject The Lamb of God Seen and Sought John 129 Prayer meeting and Teach ers Training Class each Wednesday evening at 7 oclock The public is cor dially invited to attend these services D M Walker pastor At Williamsburg Clara Foster was given a life sentence for killing her husband at Stearns lIe was killed by being shot through tho head while asleep in bed Tho proof was circum stantialThe Drivers Union has filed a damage suit against the St Louis breweries alleging a violation of con tractFormer President Grover Cleveland celebrated his 71st birthday at Lake wood N J Wednesday Andrew Johnson a Negro was hang ed in Atlanta for the murder of Police man J A Manier PARKERS HAIR DALSAM Gnosis aul tx utlfltl hair Promote a lornrUnt growth Htvtr Patti to nedore ar y hate to IU Youthful Color i t hal- oarw1Wat Dru Desirably Home steely For IiI desire to tell prlv my rctttlenco East Mnjn slrvvi Htanford The lot conS tains ono acre The dwN ling Uu twostory frumo olRht rooms bolide Iwtb roots chhtn cioetwnnroleetc A tublu and other out ullcllng Mrs Tliumm Foster btunford Ky INSURANCE lire lightning Wlndstorm LUe and Lcotdtnt None but the BTKONOKHT and 1KHT Companies Ilepretentcd Lowest Pot tCle States Guaranteed faying lleo ire Unequalled Talk with flAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 81 GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there so difference In the price of ready- made lull und a suit made to your men ure lAANf by tin experienced tullorT have a hnmUomollnoof Hprlngd Hummer goods I eat make from u low price business nilt to the lineal dress suit Overcoats Trousers sad Fancy Vests The company represent U second to none It OllUrUSY The Tailor Htanford Ky Administrators Sale I As mlmlnlitrntor of T J Kotter deceased I will on 8ATUUDAY MAHOH t1190- 9at10AMontho premises otter at public sale a lot of household kitchen furnl ture one goal buggy and harness also tbree shares stock Lincoln National Hank titan le share stock National Itank J utonvlile 10 shares stock Commercial Hank iTruttOo Louisville four shares tock titan ford Water Light A Ice Oo Htanford 43 bares stock Wichita Union Hlock Yards Co WIchita Kan At same time ai agent for Mrs ThaI Foster I will otter tug description of which appears In this paper TIVmt111ndekllOwnehowhreI of sale J1J KOSTBll AdmrTJ Morgan Denmark This fine stallion will wake the present season at the low price of eight dollars to In sure a living colt He bas more Denmark blood than tiny living stallion as will be sbotfn by his pedigree Denmark wee tired by the stallion On Time whoso traces back to the Imported Morgan Denmark tint dam Lady Morgan was one of the bedsddlenn show wants in Kentucky She was sired by Htouewall Jackson J K BAUGHMAN Block Jack with white points 184 hand s high large head and oars heavy bane Will sired by Napoleon J KII 8n excellent mule und Jock and aproven sure foal getter As B breeder ho tins been true and proven second to none In this local ltyI1e will at the low price of f9 tq insure a living colt Jennets sums terms as mums JOHN The noted Ham Oochrnn Jack hoe teen tried In this locality for 10 yours and given satisfaction He Is In splendid condition to make the present season and will stand at the low pr ce to Insure a living colt You run no risk In patronizing such it Jack BULL Will stand n fine Polled Angus bull at ono dollar at the gate He has proven on excellent breeder The above mentioned stock will itand at my barn one mile North of Preuchersvlllo on the Lancaster and Grab Orchard pike Mares and ennets grazed at n reasonable price My Individual attention given ut all times and skilled serice rendered but not responsible should any occurItStanford IL KI No Bastln Phone 78 F South East Corner Main and IDepot Streets I LadiesJ Weare now ready to show you our full line of Spring and Summer shoes and Slippers We have the Tan in Oxfords Double Ties and Pumps at 250 3 and 350 Black in Side Lace Pumps Ties and Oxfords from 250 to 350 Childrens Shoes and Slippers all grades from 75c to 2 A Beautiful line of Tan Em broidered and Lace Hose black Lace striped from 25c to 50c also fancies in Blue Gray and White Let us put your feet in the latest style TRIBBLE HUGHES IDryGoods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court STANFORD KENTUCKY HouseI 1 rCHLORO APTHLEVM For Sheep Dip For Scrubbing Floors For Garbage Tanks For Railway Carriages For Infected Linen For Stables IForFor Horses j W H HIGGINS I I Stanford iy ntuckYI t The Emporium I AT HUSTONVILLE Will Continue its Reduction Sale Until Furither Notice My stock is l on the market at Reduction 1 Prices This sale is a bona fide one and not hot air 4 in cash will buy 5 worth of goods Why not take advantage of it i CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter Wljy Plagt Weeds You Have Enough As It Is V Buy the Best Export Field Seeds and Raise Good Crops Geo DP Hoppers Stanford Ky j Rink Friday Night Mar 20jI The Chance Of Your Life Time Never before in the mercantile history of Danville have the people hadl such an opportunity to purchase staple highgrade goods at such a large reduction as we are now offering in our Special Sale of Fine Wall Papers We are offering 40000 rolls of the best papers that the market affords at prices that are absolutely startling This is all good stockj and is not the pickedover laidinthecorner kind but is the best there is to be had We are now offering this entire lot in order to reduce our stock at less than 13 of Regular Prices 25 to 50c For our regular 25 and 50c 75c and up We are offering papers that 15 20 25c Papers that sold for 15 20 5C Papers we are now asking the redlcI0csold from 75c and over for 15 to 25cand 25c cents we are sacrificing at ulously low price of I A EThe Interior Journal Entered in the PottOffice at Stanford cu ttcondClau matter yUBlJSHBD TUESDAYS AND JTH1DAY 4T J100 PER YEAR CASH When not to paid ItOO will be charged L N TIME TABLE NoIlHouthllXlPM No a nouth12 sw FxNo 14 North 4 33 A M No a Nortb Z18 p K JOSS RICE Agont Lumber For Sale All kinds of Rough Lumber for sale Bllla filled on hort notice Grist mill In connection Mill on Oiwn river Jumbo road mllll East of McKlrney Terry d Newell McKInney K- yRhode Island Reds Comb Rhode Island Red earlinghensforsnieat1eachMust breeding pens Mrs LUCOOK Stanford Ky Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR Livery Food and Solo Stable Lancaster Ky B D CARTERN- ew Liven Depot StreetPhone 96- STANFORDKSNTUCKYj A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over SIcRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building 50 Years An Agency50 r The oldest in Central Ken tucky Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Represented Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY JLBeazleyCo UndertaKers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Furniture MattingsRugs They willexchange Furniturelfor All Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J CM4Clary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddler STANFORD KY j jr Office Phone Homo 1horeU G=ssoivsFARMERS DEPARTMENT J W Rfegtos of MIddleburff Ky has three threeyearold mules Cor sale Northern White recleanedSeed Oats GSc per bushel Jas D Shelby June tion City M J Farris bought 56 cattle at the stock pens Monday averaging from 600 to 800 pounds at 125 Advocate Three more of R M Squires cattl died at Lexington making eight in all that have died as the result of poison W M Dodd writes from Hustonvill that the advertisement of his fine trot ting stallion Galton will be sent to this paper in a few days Watch for It FOR SALEA first class mule jack nine yean old with a splendid repu tation and a good pedigree Addres Joe B Williams R F D No1 Hustonvillo Ky Gov Patterson of Tennessee has is sued a proclamation dealing with law lessness In the dark tobacco district oC his State He says he will offer re wards when applications are made and appeals to all good citizens to restore order by united effort W M Dood the veteran horseman of the West End sold this week a pair of geldings by his famous stallion Gal ton for 800 They are beauties The purchaser was Charles Railey the well known Lexington horseman who will prepare them for the Madison Squar Garden horse show The picture and season price of Dig nity Dare D S Carpenters great stal lion appears in our advertising columns Mr Carpenter had tho fine fellow here Wednesday and he attracted a good deal of attention There are few IC any better horses than Dignity and for breeding style and looks he has few equals in Kentucky Tickling or dry coughs will quickly loosen when using Dr Shoops Cough Cure And it Is so thoroughly harm less that Dr Shoop tells mothers to use nothing else oven for very young babies The wholesome green leave and tender stems of a lung healnE mountainous shrub give the curative properties to Dr ShoopsCough Cure It calms the cough and heals the sensitive bronchial membranes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or suppress Demand Dr Shoops Take no other Pen nys Drugstore The organization of the Dassettllard wood Manufacturing at Junction City has been completed and operations will begin in a weeks George Dassett of Vaterville Ohio was chosen president T W MInton of Cincinnati vice president and C F Lyons of Junction City secretary and treasurer In order hat manufacturing may begin at once the plant of Burke Baucom has been ecured and this will be enlarged from time to time to accommodate the business as it grows All kinds of handles and shafts will be manufactured and ther lines will be added later on Good For Everybody Mr Norman n Coulter a prominent architect in the Delbert Building San Francisco says I fully endorse uU that has been said of Electric Biters as a tonlo medicine It is good- for everybody It corrects stomach liver and kidney disorders In a prompt and etllclont manner and builds up the ystem Electric Bitters U the best spring medicine ever sold over adrug Ists counter as a blood puriflcr It Is nequaled SOc atPennys Drug Store Alexander Trent aged 79 was killed at Williamson W Va by policeman Olh Riley The old man was intoxicated and Riley claims he attempted to use a knife when arrested Trent had a grud against Riley claiming that icer had arrested him taken some money from him and kept it1 Notice To Our Customers We are pleased to announce that toleys Honey and Tar for coughs olds and lung trouble is not affected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recommend it W Itsafe remedy f01chllqrpn1l11id iduiti Pennys g The 1906 peanut acreage in Murma was 78743 acres and the culture is to b jWilliamis dead at his home at Lebanon Taint no use o lookin blue Other folks have trouble too Tho you havent got a cent Lookin blue wont pay the rent Lookin blue is mighty mean Tho somebodys got a lien On the house youre IIvin in Lookin blues an awful sin Lookin blue wont pay the debt Shake yourself git up and get Taint no use o lookin blue Other folks worse off than you Keep your trouble out o sight Other folks haint got no right To be aflllctcd with your groan They have troubles of their own Remember that when the Stomach nerves fall or weaken Dyspepsia or Indigestion must always follow nut strengthen theso same weak Inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and then see how quickly health will again return Weak Heart and Kid ney nerves can also be strengthens with the Restorative where Heart pains palpitation or Kidney weakness Is found Dont drug tho Stom ach nor stimulate the Heart or Kid noys That Is wrong Go to the cause of these ailments Strengthen these weak Inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and get well A simple single test will surely tell Pennys Drug Store An unusual spectacle will be seen at Bowling Green today Plans are be ing completed for a monster parade of the students of all the different schools of that city in celebration of the passage by the Legislature of the 500000 school appropriation bill Several thous and students will be in lino with ban ners and music and it will be an cdca tional demonstration at once unique and inspiring 810000 paid by Dr Shoop for any recent case of Grippe or acute Cold that a 25 cent box of Preventlcs will not break How Is this for an offer The Doctors supreme confidence in these little Candy Cold Cure Tablets Preventlcs Is certainly complete Its a 81 against 25 centspretty big odds And Prevontlcs remember contain no quinine no laxative noth ing harsh nor sickening Pneumonia would never appear if early coldswere always broken Safe and sure for feverish children 48 Preventles 25c Pennys Drugstore At Admiral Evans request he will be relieved of the command of the battleship fleet on reaching San Francisco Rear Admiral Thomas tho next in sen iority will succeed him in commandof the fleet on its visit to Puget Sound Rear Admiral Sperry will assume command when tho fleet leaves San Fran cisco to encircle the globe The Lucky Quarter Is the ono you pay out for a box of- Dr Kings New Life Pills They bring you the health thats more previous than jewels Try them for headache illiOusncBS cobstlpatlon and malaria If they disappoint you tho price will bo refonded at a Drug StoreI MAIN STREET Land Posted I Notice Is given to the public that our limit txutctl TrciiHiMcr be tilted to the full eitent o tho law Poililvu- ly no through tho allowed 11 It AND K J MIIIH Highland Ky POSTED strictlytorbttlhuntingnhingoranykind pass on fullextent of prosecute vi olator to the tho law PopplesMrsMln son llrot Tln ley Mpoonniuore I W Cnrter lien Y Martin M F Lawrence Reuben Curtli JAllocker J Mlettut T A ides Morgan Unippall- Amamit Hchaefter Green Kerrlll t J L Holuclnw n W hasty Mr J K 1ullluin It I Pulllnm Peter llnlmer Mr Kntlierlnu Ador Memert Paxton Aihley A Ollnitnou James N Cash J Nevln Carter U M Hack Joseph Ilallou M II LtItIra Jar llnlnei J II Jularponter- Mr KeU ccuKOnrponter W P Martin- A M Kryo J TtinntpMl- lThoinai Kerrlll Jas U HkUlmoiv David llurtun J U lunch MC Hlclmnltun Jo Knot Miss Mattlo Howes ItulchiuilHicli Ilroi Fred VonnruenRnn It KCInlnet tonOruongnnATTraylorLllburnGooch Fred liauuiann Hlclmnl lleiter Owley Dunn lIIIrlIeltn-Will tester U O Xunnelley O Floyd J W Peck JIJnnI J W Ilauehman HlmnWI Itlnderwuodt9onMrs 3lary Uiivene John M Onrterlllartln Alcurn JolIlI Dun M II Klmiir Mrs N ftUoode IETateDavid Stove n John Jufer HO Ourliam Wl Rout OotllliOllck Hrett Ilnulorf Adeline UrnlK ChrbtlanJaco- bJJTbompwn It M Anderson Contra Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO NoLatncres on the Wayneaburg pike neur Illithlnnd0roomhauH barn niul oth eroutbulldlnii nil orchard This proper ty U near church 1IIIIIIClloollIoUI1 u well worth the prlct ISO- No3IOtiacreYlittle Mouth of Crab Or chard on tin state road tun twoitory house Rood hint orchard and well water dalKiut list acres of this land U bottom In ml nd ItIucesllnoCrops A bargain at 16JI cash balance In one and two year 103111 acres on lIuck Creole near Wny ne bure 4room house barn and other out ImllUItim plenty of water Cash prlct jj il1IIIojla8ner near Level Green Rock enitle county Ky This arm hnl u new f story frume Gnus would cost to build li- DrOJ good burn crib Ac located near church and school vit In a flea home end can be brought for 4W per acre K cash reo mulnder In It mom t No 5IHere mliolnliiR the ahoy farms iaina ashneutthn0onUwellingofroomg- ood Inrn and other or oiiunl Oiwuf Use taut s10ringInLila county Prlo P1UO half II and S yenr No 0 Ml acres adjoining farm No I and aerm In uultlvatlon lnlunc In tlpi twr Good white oak hickory and loute one cedar HIII fIlllry log hum and good orch aril well wutared Uuih price P1Ue NoT tOiuertx near M r tburji Kyloo acres In cultlvullon goat dw lllna liouso barn and uevessory uuthulhUIIIIllne water mid school church nnd It Price g3r34cash imlance In ono nnd two year No et ncr on Brakes froniCrab orchard This farm adjoins the pike and UK wrt of the leo Kvan farm 1hl U llnu land unit In uood condition all necessary building This le u bargain ut Iwr acre No IR4I acres far Stanford Ky In aloe shape with ullnfconuiry bulldlngietc- AH lio bought worth the money No 311 acres tiearConwny Ky nearly nil of tIll farm hi bottom lid lino for corn und ninidow very GOd dwelling house new Lnrn stud other bulldliiK all county road a mile from Htrea College bash nlcu JS II orlInntes DIGNITY DARE NO JS82 A s H R 30 to Insure Owned by D S Carpenter Hustonville Ky na av i11E 1f Duichess TrouSerS I s Dutchess Will Please You Every Day At home or abroad at work or at play Guar anteed as they are what more can you ask To show them is ever our pleasant task Our counters are loaded with newest patterns All stylish and nobby and more serviceable than other makes lOc a button a rip Our Spring Stock is complete Come and try a pair The home of Dutchess Trousers SAA ROBINSON STANFORD KYtrClothing Dry Goods Shoos Huts Caps Ladles niul Gents FiirniHhingM Etc Just received big line of these Cull and see tho merits in them ovo any thing cteoon the market CEO II FARKIS Perfect Heat t 15I Hot water heating is perfect with the exception of this Tho mosquito will Into you some during Winter If yoil can put up with that then letI t Aldridgo heat your homo so that you can enjoy all your rooms Hot water heating is clean economical and regular No sudden changes in temperature Youwill Savo enough in Coal Comfort nnd Health tJ pay for tho outfit in a few years S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky THE SAFEST AND QUiCKEST WAY IJ 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