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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tI THE INTERIOP JOURNAL 4 VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 27 1908 NO 7 i Prof Ireland Visits the Home of Washington and Tells About the Historic Place On Thursday Feb Vth I itartci alono to the erstwhile homo of our countrys Ideal that man who was Fiat In War First in Pcaco and First In the Hearts of his Countrymen Tell us again tho story i Our sires and grand sires told We lovo to hear It often Tis ever new though old This is tho grand focal point to whit every generation fondly turns The homestead is built of wood in ImItation of stono We will begin again by start tog from 12th Street and Pennsylvania Ave on an Interurban as we would say Wo passed out by tho Washington monument National Bureau or Printing and Engraving where all pa per currency and postage stamps of tho- U S are made Next wo crow tho Potomac by tho Long Bridge Student of history will remember that tho firs white man who gazed upon this majestic stream was John Smith who explor ed Its banks In 1603 Having cnssc the river into Virginia wo passed thro territory which was once filled wits forts arsenals and a system of dcfcnc es of many kinds Along Four Mill Run wo were in a tract of land former ly owned by George Washington Of to our loft tho spieler on the car pointed out to us tho Custis homestead of Ablngdon tho birthplace of Nellli Cuitis famous In history A short die tanco further on wo were shown tired dock road over which Gen Edwan Braddock marched in 1755 And wo remembered with school boy prido his do feat near tho Junction of Turtle Creel and Monongahela river Seven mils out we camo to Alexandria a historic little city of about 15000 Inhabitant and within whoso limits are a few sacred shrines Tho streets are for thi most part named after English titles such as King Prince Duke Queen etc thus savoring of a spirit of Royally It was In this town that Washing ton declared himself a patron of rovoll from the old country Christ church built In 1767 having tho unaltered pew of Washington Is probably tho best or Ifrather the most forcible reminder or days of our republic Thi pows in thin church were original square but In I860 all were changed to tho present round stylo except Wash Ihgtons Gen R E Leo alto wor shipped in this church The pews mentioned are marked by sliver plates bear Ing autographs of these famous men There are other famous houses hero but we will pass on to the more famous Mt Vernon nine miles farther from Wash ington Into this estate for which an admission fee of 25 cents Is charged we walkcdwlthpatriotlc Impulses and a feeling of awe Here as Edward Everett says is settled the love and gratitude of united America and whilo it stands tho latest generations of tho gratofu children of America will make this pll grlmago as to a shrine where tho name of Washington sheds an eternal glory Tho preservation of this homo with Its various departments and objects of in terest is in a great measure duo to the Mount Vernon Ladies Association oC tho Union and still we hear of asper sions being sometimes cast upon ladies societies as lady zade etc To Atls Cunningham of South Carolina Is due a great deal of credit for tho organize tion of this society When John Au Kustlno Washington because of failure ottered it for sale this lady resolved tc savd it and uho did it for it became tho property of tho above mentioned association In 1859 at a cost of 200000 Tho several rooms have been assigned to the care of regents from different States We see in these different rooms relics that belonged to Washington such as the Key of the Bastilo seven Inches long which Lafayette gave to I him a card tablo on which Washington and Lafayette played whist and sever al relics in a cabinet such as a lock of hair preserve dish etc When I look ed in the room where this departed mas ter died I could almost feel tho fancied presence of him whose dust lies en tombed so near Yet when I walked out into tho west lawn and saw on the sun dial erected by the citizens of Rhode Island that Latin motto lion AS NON NUMERO NISI SERENASI re cord none but Bunny hours I felt a tinge of gratitude that I lived in a nation with such a father and was per mitted to look upon tho homestead in such good repair The tomb of Wash ington Is a plain structure of brick above tho door of which are the words Ho that belloveth In Me though ho- i were dead yet shall ho live And what more fitting passage could bo placed there for though Washington is dead yet ho lives In tho hearts of his countrymen There are several me morial trees around tho tomb As I came back by the old coach house and looked at the lost coach I was re tminded more forcibly of progress when saw the automobile Many other I might elaborate such as Martha Washingtons garden tho old- kitchen and tho like But those who have had the patience to read these are titles are worthy to be rewarded by thi closing of this feeble description Sure ly however no one over sat upon tha front piazza overlooking the majestic Potomac who never to himself has said this Is my own my native land for lien Is A mansion built with such auiplc ious rays Should live to see old walls and hap py day Ever charming ever now Tiring never to the view As wo leaVe this beautiful placo or the Virginia shore of tho Potomac we ore constrained to say How steep tho bravo who sink to rest With all their countrys honors blest J W IRELAND f Resolutions of Respect Whereas it has pleased the Grand Architect of tho Universe to summon another brother of Crab Orchard Lodge No 636 to tho celestial lodge above thereby reminding us again of the cer talnty of death and our alarming death rate for tho past several years Eld W H Bogora after a short spell of sickness departed this life March 16 1908 It can be truthfully said of Dro Rogers that ho was a Mason at heart long before ho was made a Mason and carried in his heart tho three precious jewels of a Master Mason and therefore exemplified in his dally life the three great tenets of a Masons profes eon which aro worthy of commends tion and imitation Therefore be it ro solved1st That while wo deplore the loss of such a zealous and upright Mason wo know by his fruits it is to his gain The church has lost a faithful leader and a hard worker tho community a good and useful citizen tho family a devoted husband and father Wo extend to them our sincere sympathy in their great loss and commend them to the God Whom ho served Who alone can give that pence which passoth all un- dertandlnt 2nd That us a token of respect to his memory these resolutions be published In our Masonic Home Journal and the iNTEiiion JOURNAL a copy be sent to the family and a copy spread on our record book J D Gilkcrson S F Reynolds Geo B Lyne committee HIGHLAND Our farmers have dono very little d Hyatt will move their shin glo mill to the farm of Mru McGuffy A box for tho benefit of tho new Methodist church will be given at the homo of Mrs C M Young on Sat urday night 28th Everybody invited to como and help a good cause Mr Hughes our bachelor friend has sold his farm hero to Tom Williams of Waynesburg who has moved to it Mr Hughes has moved to Danville to live with rtilatiVcs Our community was tho scene of three funerals in three days last week Tho first was Miss Sarah Jano Young at the Christian church tho second was that of Harvey Watts at the Methodist church and tho third was H11 Walls at tho Christian church whoso remains were laid to rest after services by Rev J M Cook Mr Walls had been ill for some time of consumption Ho lie leaves an Invalid wife and six child ren Best Healer In the World Rev P Starbird of East Raymond Maine says I have used Buck lens Arnica Salvo for several years on my old army wound and other obstinate sores anti find It the bent healer In the world I use It too with groat success In my veterinary business Prlco25c at Pennys Drug Store I sir remarked the self impor ant statesman was never approached with a proposition of graft in my ifo That fact answered Senator Sor hjim may be a recognition of your honesty and then again it may be a re lection on your influence Washing ton Star e Tho Lucky Quarter Is the ono you pay out for a box of Jr Kings Now Life Pills They bring you the health thats more precious than jewels Try them for headache biliousness constipation and malaria If they disappoint you tho price will be cheerfully refunded at Pennys Drug Store John Buckley Richard Wells and II C Crawford of Mason county were robbed of over 300 chickens in one tight Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup Is a new remedy an improvement on tho lax lives of former years as it does not grlpo or nauseate and Is pleasant to eke It is guaranteed Pennys Drug- Store NEWS NOTES John M Crutcher ono of Frankfort oldest merchants is dead Sheriff Webb of Yellowstone count Montana was shot and killed by a horse thief whom he was attempting to arrestFour indictments against allege nightriders have been voted blthe grand jury of Christian county in set slon at Hopkinsville and another will returnedTho county outhoritlca havo offered a reward of 200 for the appre hension and conviction of any member of tho gang of night riders who kIlled Hiram Hedges Rob Wood is on trial at Hopklnavill on the charge of sending a threatening letter to a Negro The assistant postmaster testified that ho saw Wood mail tho letter- Nightrider notices have appeared In Lincoln county W Va where farmer have been notified under penalty of the destruction of their property not to raise any crops- Conditions in Lyon county hay reached a critical stage and night riders aro said to be abroad every night A company of 30 militiamen has bees ordered to Eddy vilio W F Neikirk the State Fire Marshal has turned his attention fron Western Kentucky to the Bluegras rod will Investigate the raids in Wood lord and Scott counties The residence stable and tobaccc yarn of Richard Spann a Callowaj county farmer were burned by nigh riders The roof fell Immediately aft er the family had escaped from the lurnlng residence henry Wedding 20 years old was treated at Central City on the charge or criminally assaulting tho 2 year oh laughter of Mrs Delia Reed Chism lie has been placed in jail at Greenville and guards are on duty to prevent ynching Tom Weaver colored of Golden Pond rign county was taken out by a body of night riders and fatally wounded af ter he hash been whipped No cause foi ho outrage Is known Weaver was employed by the association prizing house at that place D W Stevens a widelyknown diplomat recently a member of the Jap neso council at Seoul was attacked bj Koreans in San Francisco and shot twice Mr Stevens seriously wound cd but his physicians believe he wil recover I W Chang a Korean ha onferted to the shooting Mayor James P Smith of Paducah leaded in person a raid on tho gam cling and disorderly houses of that city luring which a large number of arrest were made and some gambling para ihernnlia destroyed Evidence or which tho Mayor acted was obtained jy Pinkerton detectives who were working without the knowledge of the elite force Gov Patterson of Tennessee has ordered the organization of a posse of 40 men to preserve peace in Montgomery county tho heart of tho black obacco patch the posse will be composed of members of tho State Guard and will bo in command of Col Gracj ihildcrs who commanded the First Tennessee Regiment in tho Philippine luring the SpanishAmerican War No Use To Die I have found out that there Is m use to dlo of lung troublo as long as rou can get Dr Kings New Dlsnov1 try says Mrs J P White of Hush toro Pa I would not bo alive to lay only for that wonderful medicine It loosens up a cough quicker than anything else and cures lung disease von after tbo easels pronounced hope loss This most reliable remedy for coughs and colds lagrlppo asthma bronchitis and hoarseness Is sold un del guarantee at Pennys Drug Store Oc und 81 Trial bottle free Lieut Commander M F Elkin of tho Maccabees said today that apropo ition to donate 100000 for widows and orphans homes allover tho United totes would bo submitted to the next rand Council at Detroit this summer Tho plan is to establish the homes In California Michigan Now York and Kentucky says a dispatch sent from LexingtonS This Is Worth Remembering Whenever you have a cough orcold just remember that Foloys Honey and Tar will euro It Do not risk your health by taking any but tho genuine It Is In a yellow package Pennys Drug Store Is ho a wolf infoman7 we in wired during an allegro movement She smiled slightly- I should say so she rejoined His wlfo tells him everything Croup positively checked Jn 20 minutes Dr Shoops 20 minute Croup tcmody acts like Magic No vomiting nothing harsh A simple safe pleasant dopondablocroup syrup SOo ennys Drug Store IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The passenger depot at Junction City has been moved eastward 14 feet to make room for the double tracking Mies Elizabeth Marksbury aged 40 died at the home of her father William Marksbury in Garrard She had beet III for several months The Shanks Bill changing the time of holding Circuit Court in thk die trlct has an emergency clause and will therefore become effective at onco The April term of the Boyli Circuit Court by the bill is moved up ono week and will begin on th second Monday in April instead of the third Monday On the third appeal from the judg ment of the Mercer Circuit Court the court of appeals affirmed a judgment for 7000 in favor of R E Goddart against the Southern Railway Company in Kentucky Goddard fell Into n ditch while loading a car with stock at Harrodsburg and sustained Injuries his head and shoulder Charles Cooper shot and mortallv wounded Bclvlns Hudnall at the home of Margaret Runyons In Middlcsboro Both Hudnall and Cooper had been call Ing on Miss Runyons and Cooper learning that Hudnall was with her became insanely jealous slipped up to the door and fired three shots into the room where they were sitting one bullet tak ing effect Coopers parents live in Louisville Hudnall is of a prominent Knoxville family Ed Leigh Interviewed Ed 0 Leigh private secretary to Kentucky Governors since the election of Governor Brown was in Cincinnati yesterday Mr Leigh is an enthusias tic admirer of former Governor Beck ham for whom he was secretary dur ing all his official career- I am now a prominent member of the Down and Out Club said Mr Leigh yesterday but I want to go on record as saying that Crlpps Beckham Is the brightest man Kentucky has had in the executive chair for many many yearsFar from being tho tool of his par ty Mr B ckham had opinions of his own and policies for which he stood and would not bo swayed by any poli tical reasons Ha was no party tool Of course he made mistakes Who does not One mistake made by Na poleon against the advice of his Gen erals was the cause of his ultimate downfall But both Napoleon and Beck ham were honest in their convictions and wise in their generations Take my tip for it added Mr Leigh Beckham is not finishing but is just really beginning a career which will eventually land him much higher than that of the Governor of Kentucky Cincinnati Enquirer PREACHERSVILLE Marshall Foley youngest son of Evan Foley died at Lexington- T W Jones bought some hogs of P E Parrish at 4 to 41c also a bunch of J L Anderson at 41c Rev F D Palmeter will hold ser vices at the M E church Sunday Con ference decided that regular services should only be held on the fifth Sun days J B Ballard sometimes has two clerks each wearing the name Levi Sowder Mrs Wm Duvall has been complaining Mrs Joe M Lunsford is very ill Frank Rigsby is some better Miss Alpha Naylor is with her sister Mrs John B Anderson Mrs Willis Naylor of Rowland is with her daugh ter Mrs J F Payne B T Lunsford and wife visited H BlanUcnship and wife John D Horton has come home from Martinsville Ind Mr Ed White visited his aunt Mrs Rebecca Pettus His parents Mr and Mrs W T B White have located at Harrodsburg As they were among tho East Ends best citizens we can truly say Lincolns loss is Mercers gain Prof A C Lunsford of Jessamine visited his par ents this week 910000 paid by Dr Shoop for any recent caso of Grippe or acute Cold that a 25 cent box of Prevcntlcs will not break How Is this for an other Tho Doctors supreme confidence In these little Candy Cold Cure Tablets Proventlcs Is certainly complete Its a 81 against 25 centspretty big odds And Preventlcs remember contain no quinine no laxative noth ing harsh nor sickening Pneumonia would never appear If early colds wore always broken Sato and sure for feverish children 48 Preventlcs 25c Pennys Drugstore Victor N Metcalf who recently Ignedas midshipman from the navy on account of lll health was operated upon for appendicitis at San Francisco lie Is the son of Secretary of the Navy letcalf England spends 40000000 a year for eggs and poultry for onehalf of which she Is dependent on foreigners Notice To Contractors 1 Letting Monday April 6 1908 Notice is hereby given that Ins Supervisor of turnpike roads for Lincoln county Ky will until 10 oclock A M Monday Oth 1908 receive ofturoptkesinAll bids for furnishing hauling breaking and spreading stone and gravel MondnyAprilContracts will ba let to the lowest and best bidders and contractors will be required to give bond with surety to bo approved by me for the faithful performance of their contracts and for all penalties and damages for failure to so their contracts within the time and under the conditions here inafter mentione- dStanfordSrDanville section 2 40 rods stone Hush Branch section 1 35 rods stone DartVille Lancaster whole road 20 rods stone Stanford R Mill dgeyille section 115 rods stone Stanford Dir River section 1 10 rods of gravels w s Stanford Wnynesburg section 115 rods stone Same section 2 25 gravelHuitonvilleDanville Hustonville section 1 50 rods stone Stanford C Hustonville section 1 40 rods stone gravelAbySeptis pray it is to be spread All crushed stone must be spread not later than Jan 1 1909 All crushed stone to be left at crusher or on margin of pike in to be measured by supervisor and afterwards to be spread bcontmctorvhen and where directed by supervisor All stone furnished must be good sound hard limestone or quartz and broken into pieces and screened not to exceed two inches in diameter The gravel must he clean and flinty dud that furnished on McKinney mid Coffeya Mill pike and Turnersville and McKinney pike must be from Green River The court or its representative may reject any material not of proper size or quality Bidders must say whether stone will be broken by hand or crushedThe supervisor reserves time right to reject any and all bids Blank forms on which bids may be made can be obtained from the County Clerk Copies kof bonds may be obtained at the County Clerks Office Lincoln County will own a rock crusher and contractors will be permitted to use it at 81 per rod S H DUDDERAR Supervisor Turnpike Road for Lincoln County DIGNITY DARE NO J982 A S H R 30 to InsureIOwned by D S Carpenter Hustonv lie Ky J1irstt aE onCrl4thnk t Stanford icy fwVC J Organized SS2 Capital Stock S5O 000 Surplus and WndtoMoct Profits S9OOO jftas paid in Dividends sinco Oraantxahon 2J5OO l Snvita 9oiv Accounts on Our WJorils OFFICERS DIRECTORS PresidentF Reid J H Baughraan S RockerI t ID Elmurn M Pettus S TVHarrir VicePresident S H DauRhraan J F Cummins John J McRoberts CashierS T Harris James Robinson T P Hill J S Hocker H C Baughman Asst Cashrc E Tate Great Bargains in Horse Collars Wagon and v Riding Bridles Qeo Da Hoppers Stanford Ky c The Interior Journal L Co WALTON to JOHN J MOSER Is s candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county abject to the action of the Democratic P 1 M BRUCE ocroCa e JAMES C HAYS Is a candIdate for Jailer of LIncoln county- labJecta to tho action of the Democratic party IDCALLENIi a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the Democratic rtyl DINK FARMER Ii n candidate for the Democratic nomlnn tlon for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the nctlon of the democratic party J W FOLEY Is a candldnto for Assessor of Lincoln coun tysubject to thenctlun of the democratic u party HARVEY HELM t II candidate for the democratic nomina lion for Congress In this the Eighth dis trict subject to tho action of tho democrat ic party L PETITIONS calling upon President r Roosevelt to take a hand in the Ken i tucky situation and to enforce the provision of the Constitution guaranteeing life liberty and the pursuit of happi ness are being circulated throughout numberlr papers will be forwarded to Washing ton Gov Willson will not be asked to unite in the petition It is a burning shame and a lasting disgrace that the citizens of Kentucky feel compelled ask for Federal intervention It is a virtual admission of the States inabil ity to cope with lawlessness within its borders There is already too great a Itendency toward the centralization of mayJt ate the acts of murderers and inccndia i tiesTHE old must die the young may die 4 The death of the oldest and the young est in the United States Senate recalls s this truism The death of William James j Bryan the newly appointed Senator from Florida youngest member follows closely on that of Senator Whyte of Maryland the oldest The former was 32 the latter 84 Since adjournment of the 59th Congress in March 1907 the Senate has lost seven mem bers They were the two late Sena tors from Alabama Mr Morgan and r Mr Pettus Mr Mallory of Florida Mrir f Maryland and Mr Bryan HAVING succeeded in defeating the State ticket headed by S W Hager 0rierJournal is now devoting its time and space to the defeat of the temperance cause It serves notice on its readers that it proposes to fight every thing which even has a dry appearance and we may expect somo hot stuff from Marse Henri on any man who dares to admit he is opposed to the sale r of red liquor Of course the whisky and beer trusts have nothing to do with the C Js stand the editor just believes in booze booze booze that s all t SENATOR MCNUTT and Represen tative Mueller of Louisville the traitors who were elected by democrats but who elected Coy Bradley Senator ii were given a reception in the Falls it City the other night on which occasion r Senator Cureton Representative Oliver and other republicans spoke- POLITICAL Tennessee Republicans split in two more congressional district conventions Taft men were in control at both meet 1Former Gov John W Stewart of Vermont was appointed United States Senator to succeed the late Redfleld ProctorW Neel Representative in th Georgia Legislature from Bartow coun ty and one of the authors of the State prohibition bill is dead Speaker Cannons manager says h will have 146 votes on the first ballo at Chicago and will be nominated soon afrer the second ballot A virtual knockout for the Minnesota and North Carolina rate laws came in decisions handed down by the Supreme Court of tho United Statest o Louisianas State primary election laws were declared unconstitutional eonull and void by Judge in the Civil District Court at New Orleans- A meeting of the Democratic Con I gressionalCommittee for the Seventh district has been called for Saturday t at Lexington It is not thought that Congressman W P Kimball will have opposition for the nomination a Gov Willson approved the bill ap propriating 25000 each to the Western and Central Asylum and 517500 to the Feeble Minded Institute He has decided to veto the bill providing for pensions for Louisville school teachers after a certain term of service I itya Jlslzwkfipl d j Here and There Mrs Margaret Bryan a wealthy wo man of WJlmore is dead rho Danube flows through countries- In which 52 languages and dialects are spoken Among the richcrjclasses 343 in 1 live to years in the middle 175 of tho laboring class 156 The heart of a vegetarian beats on tlyoas average 58 to a minute that pf a meat eater 75 This represents dif ference of 20000 beats in 24 hours The estimate of the gold produced in tho United States during the last year by the director of the mint is 89620 309 against 94393SOOin 1906 Butler McClanahan Jr and Henry Fanning prominent farmers have been arrested on the charge of the murder of Hiram Hedges in Nicholas county Jep Price a Constable of Owsloy county shot and killed John Warren for whom he had a petty warrant Warren started to run land was shot in the back The Nicholas County Society of Equi ty through its president Hardy Myers has published a card denying oily connection with the murder of Hiram Hedges by Night Riders Gov Willson has offered a toward of 500 for the arrest and conviction of each member of the band of night ri 3 ders who murdered Hiram pledges At Hopkinsville Ref Wood was found guilty of sending a threatening letter signed Night Riders to Louis Dawson colored and fined 100 and sentenced to jail for three months It was decided at the Cabinet session to accept Chinas invitation for a visit fromAtho American fleet No other in vitations will bo accepted and the fleet will return homo on Washingtons birth das to give President Roosevelt a chance to welcome it before ho goes out of office MATRIMONIAL E L King and Miss Carrie Bailey both of the East End were married Wednesday The groom is a welltodo farmer and a mighty clever young man while his bride is a fine young lady and is both pretty and popular Walter Jones and Miss Eulah Totten eloped to Louisvllle Wednesday and were united in wedlocks holy bondc The two had been sweethearts for a long time and now that their fond hopesj are realized they should be and less are very happy They returned to Stanford and are now at home at the St Asaph Hotel The groom is a clever young man steady and industrious and J able and willing to take good caro offhis pretty bride He is the oldest son of Ex Marshal R G Jones Mrs Jones is the daughter of Mr J L Totten and is a splendidyoung woman Since her mothers death she has taken charge of her fathers household andg right well has she filled the mothers place She is a pretty brunette popu itlar with all classes and the young man who has won her hand and heart is to be congratulated t CHURCH MA TERSaRev W L Dorgan preached his farewell sermon at the Baptist church at at Danville Sunday He has accepted of a call to a church at Mt Vernon III At the Methodist church Sunday 930 A M Sunday school J A Allen su perintendent 1045 A M song ser vice 11 A M preaching subject Has the State the Right to Legalize the Liquor Traffic 645 P M Ep worth League service 730 p M preaching subject SinIts Cerise quences What is the Remedy Regular services at the Christian church next Lords day Sunday school at 945 A special program has been prepared by Mr Tate that gives prom ise of being very helpful Come Preaching at 1045 A M and 730 p M 18 The morning subject will be No King But Caesar John 19111 Eve ning subject Popular Amusements C E meeting at 645 p M Prayer 0 meeting each Wednesday evening All of cordially invited D M Walker pas II tor bAreAre you thin Walk Are nervous Walk WalkeHave you lost interest in life Walk Maybe your poor stomach wont work Walk perhaps your liver has gone dn a tstrike Walk s may have a kink in yours suffering heart Walk In short walking seems to be the remedy for all ills save perhaps broken legs assGiven Up To DiecB Spiegel 1204 N Virginia St 2 Evansville Ind writes For over J five years I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused me much pain and worry I lost flesh and was all run down and a your ago had to abandon work entirely I had three of tho best physicians who did me no good and I was practically giv a en up to tile Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended and the first bottle gave me greet relief and after taking tho second bottle I w s cured 11WhyDrug Store a NICE lot of locust posts for sale at Jumbo Ky D C Sipple Stanford R F D No 3 L + t r I NOTICE I Personsharlnq claims the estate of TJFosterwlllpleaepresent them to mo properly proven at once D Foster ado r Notice To Contractors turnaUnsey county line n distance of about miles The contract will be let as n whole or Iti sections of onehalf mile or more Plans anti specifications for the construe Lion of this pike ran tw obtalmM on nppll cation to the undersigned All bids must be scaled and sent In not Inter than May IS HO Tho supervisors reserve the to reject any and nil bldst JIt SlckeeJeVV Acton Q A Walter supervi- sorsGALTON 12910 Benson of 1IUIIIkeeltlt thestreofriU1tthe5klist15 In 210 and letter claimed to bo the greatest sire In the world 1st dam Dolsey grand dam of S with records of from 811 2t5 Knlleld Y2e sun of llamblotontiin 10duusbySeeleysAmerican War Kntlolcl S has 0 111200 have n In iD or better stud dam Quickstep by Ken tUCk Prince Jr sire ol JW In Lent anode lid dnlll of IS in the slat list ant dum byLid Joe sire of the dam of J W nation carries the blood of four tending families MambrlnoHambletonlanllIkeaUhlef and nations colts have goncagaUR and defeat edlhe test In harness classes anti roadster rings they are In great demirnd elllnt as yeurlingalromllWtoltSUmiles west of llustonrlllb on liradfordi Title pike at JI3 to Insure a living colt Mon v due If mare Is trusted niter bring bred Plumy of gross at CbDper month oared ex pressly for mares stock ml xnl with mare have grass lots and largo stables for utnrea to foal Grain fed at cost Phone In resldenctsHustonvllleoxclmngeWMDOllO Huitonvllle Ky ASHLAND BROOKI 417MVolby Eugene Iluck Ashland cans fatletilkdsolhlany with left hllld foot highIKDIOHKR llrook No SIArFarotIintUgnte Iqhlllot In YJand Running llroolC YaO Silent Brook by Uarknlght NoMtbo sire of Renreb VnlputYwrecoil SX7 Ashland Brooks 1st dint Ilunn 17MthealreotJohuRGeatyYaU q Ashland Wilkes 1itCt by lletl Wilkesfft9 hu by George Wilkes second damiHldo 1llIy by Pretender 14M 3rd dnlll Norr Ashland llrook Is a handsome fel low with lots of substance tans n bold way of going with lot of speed style and nctlon JIll tint crop of Polls canni lust prlng and they were all one could CXIIICtthnll1xnr ng good colors with of Iseand tots style and llnlsh Ashland llrook will make the present season at I IS to Insure n living colt JlnlletJackllll1Y UlIITKeellothe Imp Palermo Sil dam by Levi lluhblon lrlnce the sire of Joe lllackburn und Brig nollu Hilly Keene stands full hands black with white points and us a breeder Is 1nekhlarolUlwaysparted with or bred elsewhere for Km Insurance and money becomes due at the time of such trullncllonf KING EAGLE Volft A fl IL 1iKing Kagle Is Id hands durk buy with flowing mane and till nil the gilts with plenty of speed style und action lieUy0nT1neRoyal Kings 1st dam Mottle Mounts 8J8I was by the noted Hire CubbellV Iextng ton Fri hln Ea8las lit dnm lily aiD the b Eagle Hlrd loll lie by Old Klieg tn bylinrrlatlborouKhbred1NOTFKlnl brcl llr or line colored oust high tllltIcolts nil linvlnc plenty of size unit action KingEngleour stable two and oneftalf miles West Hlullfonl un lilt HhlJlb Oily plkunt the low price of 113 to Insure it living colt IiKlellutbythoJohn WellsXnddam by HeechcrJIm Kl4JIIu tIgrentyexr old that won not tu their classes last year at time Kentucky State YlrJHT IIAIIKIH A IlOliT WOODH Phono 7i Htng 3 Utanford Ky THE WARFIELD Trial 221 Trotting nark Hay Hlrlllon IS hands foaled August bred nt YlntdIIINnugbtcord llk sire of Itattlcton recoilYU American hello a yr record 212Maud others In Ztu list n lOll of Onwnnl nil re cord B255 sire of Onward Silver Yaj anti lie others the YaU Bal Onward was tired by George Wilkes by3lambrlnoKing11SYUIy Lon Ikrby YUJj licit lit Law Yu3 others In Slo and damn Ijotlet by Nutwood In the sire in the list 4lli dam uI Hlralhmore sire W t11thy Kdwtn Forest 7th dam Lady Turner by SinmbrlnoUh1e111 S mitreInnIzu and substance nnd plenty eftx cd The Wnrllleld is u representative stallion In all the term Implies To say that he size atbeDevil Ho has them and they are of such 1 pItalllonare perfect nnd when sj eenfnconnection with hlalnulllegnU nnd tIbowdtlThodams In the great brood mnro plat Ho has yIntchenone Upward Oeor e Wilkes Electioneer Nutwood Htrnthmore moro trotting rosses titan any stallion olive Thu Warllold Is h flare 1aviiYt4 record IIIambrnobyElectioneerDuro Devil Is a urent winner Ho won the championship ul the National Horse Hhow In class llrnt National lone Hhow In class champlonslilp National Horse Hhow class S llrst National HorseHhow of class chiimploiiHhlp National Horse Show 100 c nl 2 first Nntlonnl fldrau Show c11l183 IIrltrutloulll parse Show 1W0 clans first Koston horse Hhow rosene liostod liorsa Show IWY alias I second Huston HormHIiow class 3 sec oust Boston Horse Show pail ulns 3 relonoIUoHton Horsu Hhow lUUCIcliiss I ton Home HhoirllKJa class 7 Jlo sired Tho Ilea II Ideal tWv lairs of 1rlncens Helen Y6b lluyllc Uuughtur Y1U Harsh Unlll ltlpjTrlarr Itt UuroWt ll Jr YY y Will make at our farm mile Living from bleKlnueyKyat to IIIuroI Will stand tho good BLACK JAOKICONCiUKIMM at Ji to Insure u Living Colt noellust 4IJ GILKRT CREEK IARGAIN STORE Take no onoi word for It hut come ami see Mil goods sold at reduced price Stews and lilt Underwear end lubber Mens IratefUlJHMITH 10 REWARD I persontrespassingto stock III traveling Ibo puu lie highways or injury to stock trout tile lands of other people This reward refers to specleiJ U vnrpellter McKINNEY MARILE IGRANITE WORKS Jacobs fc Harris Prors Dealers In mind manufacturers of Granite and Marble Monuments Klrstllans Work Workuon Wanted To luy Oak and leech Lumber 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 INSURANCE lire Lightning Wlnd Storm Life and veeldent None out the HTilONOKHT soul iKBT Companies Represented Lowest 1os Ibis lUtes Cluarantnd Lou Paying Kec ltd Unequalled Talk with VIAHONY Stanford Kentucky IUildence Phone Mo n argetoroxaminationorscientlllcal v till eyes by uptodate methods acrlptlonglauesgroundtoonlrraetlnanratylefcauwor and material guaranteed untlsfactoryj charges moderate IVrmauentlr located In Central Telephone Building llustonvlllr Ky L l 1OWKLIh Graduated Optometryst TreesFruit and Orna mental Everything for Orchard Iawu and Garden Our strawberry plants arc money makers Try them Write for ree catalogues o have no agents II F IIlLLEXMEYUt it SOX- SLtxington Ky Stop That Coldlbcbe- ckcarlcoldeororlppewlthPreyenHn meant sure defroat for Pneumonia To stop a cold with PrerenUcs safer than to let It run and ba obllred to cure It afterwards To be sure ITe nnUa will true neD a deeply sated oat taken UI t the sneeze stagethey break or hd oft these early colds Thsts surely better Thats why they are called Prerentlcs Qnla1n1chilly It you mesas U you ache all over think of rromptnest also sore lull your sual And dont forget your child here Is fererishaess nlfhtorday Herein prob lies IrTratlcs greatest efflrlency Bold In boxes for the pocket also in 25c Lora of 4S Insist on your druggists ciTlnf y- ouPrcventics PENNYS DRUG STORE Keep Your Bowels Open It Is a noticeable fact and one which any doctor will verify that people who suffer most often from disease are the ones who have the most difficulty la keeping their bowels open Regular action Is half the battle of health People who have a tendency to con must of necessity use something to help nature along This should not be a violent aid like salts or purgative waters cathartic pills or powders but a syrup liquid that will oil the intestines membranes that it comes in contact Children women and weak eople generally should never be given a troa physic as It weakens the system And futile for the strongest person because the relief Issimply for that day and then the reac sets In and you are worse oft than before What In needed Is a prompt but nntle lass toile like Dr Caldwells Syrup 1epsln hors been taking It toe sixteen years sad U Is Defog better ked by more people every The reason la that It DUe a want It U onytblnir else Results are so sure In constipation dyspepfllo Indigestion llrer trouble biliousness flatulency war stomach weak stomach bloated stomach and such that a cure of any of these ailments Is absolutely guaranteed A bottle costs but cents or f and worth a hundred times that to any sufferer Wise mothers keep It constantly In the house for emergencies because U is needed at some time or other br every member of the family Luella Underbill the medical superinten dent of the Working Womans Homo of Chicago has kept her chanres In perfect health by the uso Or Cold woll Syrup 1epsln whenever a stoOl ach complaint was brought to her attention No other laxative Is used In the Homo Iluy a bottlo yourself today and watch the prompt nod permanent results FREE TEST ThosePepsInbeffrorel y can have afro sample bottle sent to their horns by addressing the company This offer It to prove the remedy do II we elalrni and Ii only open to those have never taken It Send for It Ifjrou have soy symptoms of stomach liver or bowel dlwue Gentlest yet most effective laxaUve for children women and old folks naranteed permanent home curs THE PUBLIC VERDICT laxative so Good and Sure CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN This proouct bears purity guarantee No 17 Washington 0 PEPSIN SYRUP IIS aldweIl Blda IIUIII J I Fountain Sflirt What is more uncomfortable than a shirt that fails to fit about the neck An illfitting shirt will cause the collar to RIDE HIGHUp on the neck allowing the tie to slip out of place and causing you to feel and say things that you had better leave unsaid Now to avoid this t- owear a comfortable Shirt A closefitting collar and perfect tie youE must wear t- hePOUNTIkINI It beats em all In Negligee and Plaited BosIoms White black and white blue and tans f two prices 1 to 150 Soft Shirts with col lar attached in White Cream Tan and Grey atl 150 and 2 H J McJROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY j HOI water Boltlc 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 uptDtloto Roller Flouring Mill of GO barrel capacity located in the heart of one of the beet wheat belts in the State nnd within 40 feet of Trunk Lino Railroad This is uu old established plant with fine CUll turn trade Warehouse barn etc Can be bought for 85509 Brick Manufacturing Plant with daily capacity of 35000 dry house andffull equipments together with several acres of ground on which plant is op eating nice suburban homo of 12 acres with new residence nnd outbuild logs and one or two nice resident properties in very beet resident part of town which we will exchange as n whole for blue grass farm with good im provements and well located No 171 240 acres six miles Southeast of Wnynesburg on Buck Creek 125 acres in timber 100 acres bottom laud Two dwellings on farm one of six and the other of four rooms two good orchards fine water Land is i adapted to corn wheat oats and hay 500 worth of hay grown on place last year Reason for selling owner is in other business Price only 3000 All kinds of properties sold and exchanged Write us your wants Somerset Real Estate AgencyJI If you want your Prescriptions carefully ed and made from the Best and Purest filljDrugs Call on me W B MoRoberts DRUG CISJ t aTANRORD Dont Neglect Your Feet As you have to use them every day They ebould wear wellfitting comfortable and good looking shoes These you will find in tbo new Spring ttylcs of Zciglcra slioca for Indies New ono to four eyelet Potent Tan and Welt 3 to 83CO- riaiu and Self Tipped Opera Toe Oxfords at 8250 These arc corn chasers Try them I SEVERANCE u SON STANFORD STANFORD KY MAKCH 27 1008 WE aro ready to figure with you on painting for Spring Wo recommend Wllllams as tho best and cheapest Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS MR JOHN BRIGHT U up from Somerset iI Mn J L TOTTEN Is out after a few days illness Mlt W G Goocil of Garrard was In town yesterday Miss HETTIB GIL ORE is teaching a private school at Mt Xcnln ATTORNEY GEORGE B SAUFLFY is In Owensboro on legal business Miss LILUAN CARPENTER of Vcr sallies is with Miss Sallio Taylor Woods THE MISSES OTTER of Stanford were In DanvllloyesterdayAdvocate MESSRS WILL T STONE and Marshall IJ Stono are In xInRtun on bus laces MR FRANK CORDIER of Rowland spent several days with relatives at CECIL WILLIAMS of tho Some erect Times attended tho horse sale at Hustonvllle MRS CLAUDE M PENNYDACKER and daughter of Somerset are guests of Mm A C Hill MR AND MRS S M SAUFLEY have gone to Stanford and Somerset for a vlsltFrankfort Journal Miss ALPHA MAE TRATLOU and little sister are visiting their aunt Mrs G T Ashlock at McKinney MRJ It HARRIS and family arc moving from Turnersvlllo to the Sims cottage on Danville avenue Miss OciA WARREN has returned af a pleasant two weeks visit to her 4ter at Lebanon Junction CHARLES BOIION and John Lewis Thomas of Lebanon came up to attend tho hop last night Miss RELLA ARNOLD tho uptodate Crab Orchard milliner was hero yesterday tho guest of Mrs J G Carpenter E F GREEN who Is a flrstrnte tin ner and plumber will go to Springfield Saturday to work for Shultz McEI roy MR It W HOCKER will arrive from Kansas City today to attend the Slat birthday of his mother Mrs M A locker A PRETTY little daughter arrived at tho homo of Mr and Mrs Morris M Perkins at Crab Orchard Wednesday afternoon Mn D M V STEPHENSON a good carpenter and clever man has moved his family from Klngsvillo to tho Vaughn cottago on East Main street MR JOHN B MERSHON of Somerset who has been taking this paper 30 years paid for It again Wednesday Ho Is visiting his daughter Mrs A C Hill Dn L C POWELL tho Hustonvlllo optician who had n severe attack of grip Is again In his office ready to walt- on those who are troubled with their eyesHON JESSE M ALVERSON left yes terday for Stanford As Assistant Clerk of the Senate ho won much pralso and made friends of all tho members Frankfort Journal MR S D BARTLEY of Louisville who makes frequent visits to a mighty 1pretty girl here wasln tho Q C wreck Tuesday morning but escaped with only a few slight cuts and bruis cs PROF J W DAVIS formerly of tho Mlddlcbun Normal Collcce has been I elected principal of tho School at Robbins We congratuatp the trustees of the school and citizens of the town on securing the services of so good a man and educator LOCALS FOR flower pots go to Farris Go to Hoppers the cheapest and best horse collars NEW shipment ofbuggies just In See t them E T Pence iJUST received something new In fold- Ing beds Tribblo Pence PURE S Dropwn Leghorn eggs for solo Write or phone Mrs Robert L Berry Hustonville Ky I HAVE opened a dressmaking establishment over E L Relnharts store und ask a share of tho patronage of the ladles Miss Susie Cooley SAXTON TROSTS band arrived on yesterdays train to make music for tho danco last night When this paper went to press last evening everything- was in readiness for a delightful hop FRESH Springcaught fish Saturday at Farris EGOS Whlto Plymouth rock 60c for 15 W H McKlnney CLOTHES cleaned dyed and repaired at Cook Farmers barber shop AN early Inspection of our Spring millinery Is requested Misses Straub SILVERLACE Wynndotto pure strain for sale Mrs J A Rice Stan ford Phono 99 ring lit Miss CORA Lirrs and sister with have their millinery opening at Hustonvllle April 3 and 4 Attend It TilE Ladies Aid Society of tho tnjWoclock FOR SALE Eggs from Barred Ply moth Rocks single comb Leghorns and Black Mlnorcas Also plants of all kinds Ed Hubbard SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY Ladies you are invited to call and In spect our Iattern hats and homo creations on April 3 and 4 Miss Rella Ar nold Crab Orchard Ky I penheadedcockerels 150 per 16 2nd pen headed by Now York cockerel per 15 Mrs R H Crow Shelby City Ky LET G Mcdnlry Inter fresco decorator do your papering this season You will have tho very newest taken from 400 patterns In wall paper to se lect from See him at Hustonville Ky SENATOR L1rHUDDLE was in the big crowd at the Hustonvillo horse sale Wednesday and was warmly congrat ulated for his work in the Senate and for his consistent stand for Gov Deck ham for U S Senator JUDGE J S OWSLEY has been notifi ed that tho Board of Equalization at Frankfort left Lincoln countys proper ty as fixed by tho supervisors This is quite a compliment to tho gentlemen composing tho local board WE were in error when we stated last issue that Price Hays was dead at Kan sea City Mo We are glad to say that tho young man is yet among tho living although ho has just experiencedwhat was thought to bo a very serious illness JUDGE J S sold his on Logan Avenue yesterday morning t E C Walton for 3500 tho greater portion of which will be paid as soon as our delinquent subscribers como to our rescue Now lit tho time to liquidate ON account of tho illness his son Mr Tim Wf lIutchlnson one of the best citizens of tho Highland section has decided to sell out and movo to Phoenix Arizona Ho will sell hii farm stock crop etc on next Tues day March 31st See ad Ours trlendSheriR Lincoln Wells of Casey county was considerably shaken up In tho headon collision that occurred near High Bridga Tues day He was en route to Frankfort where ho was to deliver a prisoner at tho penitentiary We arc glad that his injuries are not serious His prisoner was badly bruised IT has ben suggested that lion II K Hay would make a fit man to repr sent this district as Senator in the nex General Assembly Advocate Why not promote Mr E W Lillard by sending him to the Upper House Ware sure lion R L Hubble will stan aside if tho present Representative o Boyle wants to step higher COMPROMISED Tho suit brought Ih tho Garrard circuit court to set asldo tho will of William GIllespie was compromised tho heirs to get 10000 and tho remainder of tho estate which in its entirety amounted to 626 acres of the best bluegrass land and 11000 in money to revert to tho St Josephs In firmary of Louisville after the pay ment of tho lawyers fees I ONE man was killed two wero fatal ly injured and many others wero badly hurt In a headon collision between a passenger and a freight train on tho Queen Crescent route near High Bridge Tuesday morning Doth engine- were derailed and fell together down- a sharp declivity Tho wreck was either to a mistake in issuing orders o to a misunderstanding on the part o tho train crows A Duet Of Superior Values are Zciglcrs make of Ladies Low Shoes TOPSY BRAND HOSIERY There is some satisfaction to know you are getting the best obtainable for the money This you get in Zeigler shoes Style and comfort are harmoniously blended in this staucard make that you can find only in our store Some new and attractive styles that you wont see in other shoo stocks Let us fit you CALL and sco us in our new room In tho Odd Fellows building corner Main and Depot streets Cummins Wear en THE ages had their open ings yesterday and each of them had a beautiful lots of hats and bonnets on display LOST between Stanford and Huston ville on Wednesday a dark raincoat Leave with J A Walden Stanford and receive reward WE invite you to call and see our now druggets mattings carpets etc Full lino of wall paper laco curtains all new and uptodate Tribblo Pence SECRETARY JA80WGSLEY of the Liberty fair writes us that Casey will hold the annual fair at Liberty Aug 20 27 and 23 and that it will be tho big goat one yet Now is the time to look for your bug gy buckboard or carriage for Spring and Summer use Big lot to select from Also harness farming Implements wagons etc E T Pence WANTED an dato painter grainer and paperhanger as a partner ono who thoroughly understands con tracting Good opportunity for good sober man Trade already established This office J C opt Orchard entered his fino roadster moro and rocka way gelding In the Hustonville solo but accepted a fancy price for the good an imals tho day before they were to have been offered BY one mall yesterday the INTERIOR JOURNAL received orders for job print Ing from Laurel county Casey county Boyle county and Robbins Tenn The best of work at the lowest prices will draw orders from homo and abroad Now is the timo and this is the place to have your printing done TUB Hustonvillo Combination Sale held at Hustonville on Wednesday and yesterday was a success in all tho word means Somo 200 horses were sold at prices ranging from 150 to 750 Buy ers were present from several States while Kentucky furnished a full quota An immense crowd was on hand both days Capt T D English was tho auctioneer and as usual ho mado things hum E S Powell Sons fine com bined gelding brought 500 Hon Alvcrson paid 300 for John Owsley roadsteroROLL OF 1I0NOR of Stanford Graded School for seventh month Grade 1 Eloaio Beazley Clara Cash Emily Cumenisch Christ Camcnisch Frances Cormlncy Frank Cordier Til den Cooper Daily Dawes Sabra Estes John Reid McKinney William Reinhart Virgil Moore Stella Walker Grade 2 liobert Arnold Frances FarmerLee Mershon Clarence Singleton Claiborne Walton Grade 3 Klein Brady Henry Cash John Cash Jesso Hocker Grace Hurst Lottie W McKinney Emily Murphy Myrtle Turner Ethel Powell Grade 4 Bessie Brackett Willia Carson Sam Embry Ella Elchenber ger Harry Farmer Tillle Goldstein Grover Hester Elizabeth Hunn Alva Holtzclaw Ruth Hardin Maurice Jar vis Bessie Moore Henry Messer Isa RaytTotten James Tribble Willie C White Grade 5 Mary S Cook Annie Gray Mary Greer Docia Hardin Mary M SingletonfGivens Boyco Hunn James Owsley John T McAlister Frank Phillips Hobart White Grade C Effio Baughman Marion Grimes Josephine Carpenter La Verne Brady Annlo Butt Wm Grimes Ruby Jones Mannlo Mobloy Howard New land Grado 7 Mary Gray Catherine Gen try Kato Kennedy Mary E McKinney Lillian Mueller Lucy Lee Walton James Cooper Harris Hardin Joseph Hill Arthur Turner Grade 8 Morrison Bright Loraine Campbell Katie Cass Harris Coleman Virginia Mahoney William McCarty Emma Napier Maud Stone Maranda WaterssFreshmanJoseph Hopper Elizabeth Higgins Wallace Singleton RolandjSeniorJohn Downer Jr NEW lino of Hart Schaffner Marx clothing just received Cummins Wearen AN infant of W B Land died Tues day and was buried Wednesday In Rut falo cemetery FROM my laundry will be cash on delivery Cash must be paid or tho laundry will bo brought back to my office Ed Wilkinson agent FOR SALEProperty at Shelby City known as Duck place Nine acres good fruit fino garden etc Will sell or exchange for small farm G D McCollum Junction City Ky COUNTY ATTORNEYS cannot receive additional fees for services performed in tho regular course of their employment by the county under a decision handed down by Judge Hobson Tho court holds that the salary fixed by tho Fiscal Court contemplates any and all cases In which the county is a party and the Fiscal Court has no authority to mako an additional allowance for legal services Pain can be quickly stopped A 25 cent box of Dr Shoops Headache Tablets will kill any puln everywhere in 20 minutes Besides they are thor oughly safe Painful periods with woman neuralgia etc quickly ceaso after ono tablet Pennys Drug Store Have your colts castrated by T F Gross Crab Orch ard Ky The well known castrator of horses and horse doctor Phone in residence DrnperandItouse G MEDAIRY Interior Fresco Decorator draining Kte McKINNKY KY PUBLIC SALE I move Having determined to Arizona I will sell ut public auction ut my place near highland on- TUESDAY MARCH SlIfeW My farm of in acres good new threeroom bouse smoke haute lien house etc flood brood nmro In foul Jock good worker one work horsetwo cow with young valve four calves la hogs or W barrels of good1 HUIIrlorof oats about l6abundle15 bUlbI I seed oats threshed 15 bushel of wheat lot ol fllrllllllg Also household and kltch en furniture Terms cash TIM W HPItIIIBOX Highland Ky PRESTON 922 tVol111 heGoltcdhowduced winning nt nil the Kentucky lairs mulatto ut the horse shown nt Ixmlsvllle Ht Louis und Kansas City lie Is n brown horse with black points IWi hands high with line style and very high Diction Hired by Washington First damn Hell by llhoderlck Hecond dine by Denmark It U useless to commend him as the pea of this and adjoining counties know bit record ns a show horse and also for breeding purposes make thesenion of IMSnt my sta ble In Prab Orchard nt 11 to Insure a living permescape of stock Benson due If mare Is trod ed or parted with CrabOrchard Ky Morgan Denmark This ono stallion will make the present season at tho Jow price of eight dollars to In sure a living colt He link more Denmark blood then any living stallion as will be shown his pedigree Denmark was sired by the noted stallion On TUne ImportedIledgelordLady Morgan was one of the best and byiooewnll JK BAUGHMAN Illack Jack with white points 16 4 hands hlRhIRr o head and ears heavy bono was sired by Tarklngtons Napoleon J Klll1n excellent mule and Jennet Jack ivml a proven sure foal getter As a breeder ho hues been true and proven second to none In this local ity 110 will stand at the low price of to Insure a living colt Jennets some terms an mares JOHN Tho noted Pant Cochran Jack has been tried In this locality for 10 Ilirl and given satisfaction 1s In splendid condition to make the present season and will stand ut tho low price to Insure n living colt You run no rtsk in patronizing such u Jack BULL- Will stand a ono rolled Angus bull at one dollar at the gate He hOI proven an excel lent breeder The above mentioned stock will stand nt my barn one tulle North of Ireachersvllle on the Lancaster and Crab Orchard pike Mares und Jennets grazed at u reasonable nilLimeresponsible should any accidents occur JIJTTUHRtantord Bastln Phone 78 F Spring Hosieryl t Any old kind of Hosiery wont do now and we have a variety of pret ty hose to show you New patterns in Lace Stripe Lace Boot Garter Tip and Gauze in Tan Black and White Our 25c quality in all styles are ex certionnlvalues Try a box our three pairs for 81 hose You have paid 50c per pair for no betterAt wo have all the new and attractive patterns Try our Corduroy Ribbed Hoe for boys and girls 100 Also the No Mend at 25c South East Corner Main and Depot Streets y AmefiduBedutyCORSETS We invite your inspection of our now and standard styles of these ele gant garments The opportunity is yours and the pleasure will be mutual DAINTY SPRING GOWNS will soon bo in evidence and you must discriminate in your choice of a corset to get the very best eflecU Begin at the foundation that is with tho corset and your selection should be an AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSET THESE CORSETS Ann MADE To GIVE SATISFACTION AND THEY Do IT l 0 And they arc not expensive only I 50c to 8 500STYLE 410r recommendWale by Ktlamuoo Coriel Cs e enthusiastically youAmerican TRIBBLE HUGHES e j STANFORD KENTUCKY j Try Our Baby Chick Feed eeaaataasetao The life of the Baby Chick depends largely on the feed it gets Purina Baby Chick feed saves the lives of your Baby Chicks and gives them a growthGiveScratch feed to your hens which keeps the blood in good circulation and makes them lay Try our oyster shell also W H HIGGINS IStanford Kentucky W The Emporium AT HUSTOIVVILLEJ Will Continue its Reduction Sale Until Furl ther Notice My stock is on the market at Reduction 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 CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter tbe Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER JOHN O REID BOOKKEEPER H C CARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEPR DIRECTORS J B Owaloy Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford John F Cash TraylorGilbertaH Cummins Prenchersvillc Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek J f a rNO LIMITEverything Goes in This Sale You will be wanting to put on some new wall paper this Spring and this is your chance to get sortie rare bargains in our Special Sale of Fine Wall Papers 40000 rolls of the best that the market affords at rices that are absolutely startling This is all good stockoffering h Weare and is not the pthiisentirelot in order tooreduce our stock the at less thanrl3of bePrice re now offeringt I 15 20 25c Papers that sold for 15 20 and25c cents we are sacrificing at In A B Is JTCAIN STREET I The Interior Journal Xnteredin the PottOffice at Stanford 011 oondcl matter rmUBHBD TOBBDATB ANn WUD- ATJ00 TPER YEAR CASH when not 10 paid 200 will be charged is N TIME TKBLENo- iZlHoutb 1111 PM No 83 Mouth 12O PINo II North 4183 A No S Nortb lUll P x JOSS RICE Agent Lumber For Sale All kind Rouhg Lumberforalo Dill filled on hort notice unit mill In connec Mill on Green river Jumbo road r NewellIRhode Island Red Eggs IIJO for 18 II for for Cypher In culattorandHrooders 11Htantord Ky Jesse W Sweeney FBOFBIBTOB 1 Livery Food and Salo Stable Lancaster Ky B D CARTERN- ew Liver Depot Street Phone 96- 8TANFORDKENTUCKY A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken tucky Get my Rates before Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Repre sented Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY JlBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ere Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRuga They will exchange Furniturejfor still Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmor and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY OGlce Phonelo7 Homo Thor o Sf 5c FARMERS DEPARTMENT J W Earls A Son of the West End sold to J P Rifle a pair of fiveyear old mare mules for 525 W H Fields bought of Fred Von Gruenigan a bunch of butcher cattle at 4c They are for R B Wilkinson the butcherFOR SALE8 brood sows will raise pigs this spring three of them thorough bred Durocs R L Berry Huston vine Ky The description and pedigree of E S Powell Sons Almont Dare wil appear In these columns in a few days Watch out for It- ESTRAYTwo barrow shoats and one sow weighing about 85 pounds left my place March 6 Reward for their return R L Albright Rowland Ky FOR SALEA first class mule jack nine years old with a splendid repu tation and a good pedigree Address Joe B Williams R F D No1 Hustonville Ky The advertisement of Galton W M Dodds fine Gambetta Wilkes stallion appears elsewhere In this Issue Reap the description and pedigree of the great horse and give him a good look ing over before you breed your mares About 2000 cattle were on the market at Mt Sterling Monday The quality was common Trade was goo and prices high The best steers sole at cents and some sold by the hear at 5 cents Yearlings at 41 to 6 cents Heifers at 3J to 4 cents Bulls at 3 cents old cows and rough oxen at 11 to 2 centsMr G Caldwell of the Waynes burg section was here Tuesday with his great young stallion King Eagle Jr by S T Harris King Eagle King Eagle Jr is not yet three years old but is a magnificently developed fel low standing 163 hands and weighing 1200 pounds He has the making of line sire Mr Caldwell is standing him at the low price of 10 to insure In our advertising columns this issue will be found the descriptions and pedigreesof S T Harris and Robert B Woods stallions and jacks which you should read carefully before you breed Ashland Brook is a good Individual and a richly bred trotting stallion King Eagle Is a great saddle sire well bred in both sides while the jacks Billy Keene and Jim Keene arc among the best in the land Tickling or dry coughs will quickly loosen when using Dr Shoops Cough Cure And It Is so thoroughly harmless that Dr Shoop tells mothers to iso nothing else oven for very young tables The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lung healing mountainous shrub give the curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals the sensitive bronchial membranes No plum no chloroform nothing harsh used to Injure or suppress Demand Dr Shoops Take n6 other Pen iys Drugstore One reason given by Senator Bradley why Kentucky should instruct for Fairbanks in his speech at Louisville was hat he attended to the burial of W S Taylors wife and wept That is almost as good a reason as the other that he rave that Fairbanks assisted in saving Taylor and Finley from a Democratic nob Frankfort Journal Good For Everybody- Mr Norman R Coulter prominent architect in the Delbert Building San Francisco says I fully endorse all that has been said of Electric Bit ters as atonic medicine It Is good for everybody It corrects stomach liver and kidney disorders In a prompt and efficient manner and builds up the system Electric Bitters Is the best spring medicine ever sold over adrug gists counter as a blood purifier It Is unequaled 50c at Pennys Drug Store t My boy said a clergyman dont know that it is wicked to catch fish on Sunday But I haint sinned much yet said the boy without taking his ere oft the Haint had a bite Notice To Our Customers Wo are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lunltrouble is not alTeeted by the National Pure Food and Drug law as It contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recommend It as a safd remedy for children and adults Pennys Drug Store 1PapersGIBSOl 17azav3lleIN MEMORIAM In memory of Mrs Jane Rignoy who died Feb 11 having lived to the ripe of cluIzentho Civil War having been lieutenant In a cavalry regiment and much loved by the soldiers Ho died May 2 1865 only a few days after tho war closed His first wife was Mahala Jones the mother of J Frank and A Jones Rig ney also Josiah Mary and Mahala Rig ney His second wife was Mrs Jane Rigney an estimable and faithful wire and kind mother who left three children many relatives and friends tc RobIertCynthia A Gooch all of Lincoln county She remained a widow over 40 years The following lines were writ ten by her little granddaughter Dear grand mother you have left us Five long weeks since you have gone But we know youre safely landed At that heavenly home beyond There to live and dwell forever With dear grandpa gone long ago 0 hour sad that you must leave us Leave us here in grief for thee But in heaven we hope to meet you When our work like yours Is done There well live and love you ever Happy in our eternal home You aro gone but not forgotten Never will your memory fade Sweetest thoughts will ever linger Round the grave where thou art laid Farewell dear grand ma farewell Till God shall call us too Then well meet you joyously greotyou Never again to bid adieu LUCY t Remember that when the Stomach nerves fall or weaken Dyspepsia or Indigestion must always follow But strengthen these same weak Inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and then seo how quickly health will again return Weak Heart nod Kid ney nerves can also be strengthened with tho Restorative whore Heart pains palpitation or Kidney weakness is found Dont drug tho Stomach nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That Is wrong Go to the ause of these ailments Strengthen hese weak inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and get well A simple single test will surely tell ennys Drug Store The Duko of Devonshire of England died at Cannes of heart failure GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy rendymmlo clothing whon there i to little dlfTeruneo in tin price of ready wade suite and u suit made to your ineniura taken by an experienced tailor I have a anclsome line of Hprlng Hummer goods I sn make from n low price builnuii cult to baflnoitdreinult Overcoats Troui ri and Fancy Vests The company I rep r sent U second to none llO UUPLKY The Tailor Stanford Ky Land Posted I Nonce is hereby tot ho pulillo tbnt our In nil II post TrtlpnnenllIIIIII1I1- lbEd to the full extent of the law Ive If no pimlng the ue allowed H U K JMILLHlflghlnudKy POSTED whose names appear below strictly forbId hunting Ilshing ur any kInd or ire passing on our places and will prosecute vi olntort to the full extent of the law AluxCooper Mrs Mary Ie Mrs Walter Warren Mn Mettle bile- MlmesonBros Tinsley tlpoDllnlUore lien r Martin M K Lawrence Ueuben Uurtli JH Jlocker JM IVltui T A tics Morgan Ub ppell- Aiimndt Hchnincr been Kerrlll J L Holttolaw IW Huty- Mn J K 1ulllntu 1U li Iulllain Peter Ilnliner Mrs Katherine Ador 1l8o r t lIIII0n Ashley OUnnnou Jnmvt N Cash J Nevln Carter O M Hack JoM pli llnlluu M Mrs Jnt trains J II Canunlsch nrJOOnrpenter- Mrltebecca1tOarpxnler WI Martin J II Thottgron- TheutnsPerrlll Jas II HklUmore- llnvlil llurton J iL lunch M U IlichnnUon Sllss Mettle Ilewe ltetcbmdatcltIlros Furl VonUrutngnn It K nalne Albert VonQrueugau AT Traylor IJlburn N It Ilumiiivr Fred Itnutnaiin Richard Hotter Owtlcr Dunn llcnrr tester 1VIll1teater itOumulley WO Floyd JW Peck JIJnnu J W Uauxhmnn J K IIrucetJ 0 Hprntt W II Klgnoy 111 UmlerwoodASon MriMarrUillTent John M Carter Martin Alcorn John Cameulich WmOortller linn Tray lor M U Klmorv Mrs N ltioode O KTute David Hter ni JohlJufer ILO Durham W n tout OotllbOllck Kml lUmlorf AdttllnaCralR Christian Jacob J J Thompson II M YmltTiOii Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO Nolaoncnx on the 6 house barn nndlotl- reroutbulldingnice orchard ThUproiwr ty la nAArchurc and schoolhouse U well pest- No2ihlacres 7tulle South of Crab Or chard on the hot n twoitory house good bans orchard anti It well water rdnbout loo acres or this land U bottom- land and produo Sloe crops A hnrgulnnt- llfr cash balance In one and two yrnr No 3litacres on lluck Greek uoar Way nehurg room house burn other out liulldlinzi plenty oi water Until price tV 4IDJ acre near Love Oreen nook rustle arise has n new I story frnuteilnnsewould coot to build now ftfti good Imrn crib Ac localMl near church und ichmil This U n uleo home end cnn bought for JM per ncre K cash re ntalnderlnImonthsNo5iH3ncresndlolninglhe nliovo farm 101 ncr n In cuUhnt Oil liwolllngoflrooin good barn ftlld other outbuilding shire or It couu ty lrlcel9elmMcashbalance and S rear No ft Sll acres adjoining ftirnu No I and l O acres lu cultivation balance In tlm lr Hood white ark hlctory and loinu lino nxlnr Hit 8ttory log hue and uood onto ird well watered Cash price plO No7 SWacro near MiircUlmrg KrICO hnnsllbnrllllllNoc61aeres on Drnkoi Creek 8 mile from Unth Orchard This term ndoill the like nnd ln part of tho leo Evens farm Ibli Is tine land mud In condition till irctsinry buildings This ii n bargain tit O per acre No 10TM acres smear Htnnford Ky In nice shape with nlJceuury hulhUlIglJtc clm Ira bought worth theiuoney Nol1 acre near Con way Ky nearly nil of this farm Is bottom liitid flue for corn ind iiundow tr good dw elltnghoustunew- ern nnd other building on county rood glee from lluren Uollvge Cash price ti For lull particulars In regard to nil the ibovo frmoo or write Ii It Hughe or fames I White HtanfordKy FLORIDA AND ANEW ORLEANS I WITHOUT I NGE I IIIW 1907InFor Informitlon anti lilt of botel tdJrcu B a KINO a P a T A Ill Rltln St Lexington Ky If You Want the Purest and Best Drugs get Them from ra STANFORD DRUG CO Dutchess Trousers I i 4 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 SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes hats Cups Ln lies nnd Gents Furnishings Etc If you tryany of the Diamond dgo Tools you will use no other Everything branded OlD E U warranted Uooil stock to select from GEORGE HI FARRIS Perfect heatIHot water heating is perfect with the exception of this Tho mosquitosh will Into you some during Winter If you can put up with that then let Aldridgo heat your homo so that you can enjoy all your rooms Hot water heating is clean economical and regular No sudden changes in tempera t ture You will save enough in Coal Comfort nnd Health ta pay for the outfit in a few years S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY r IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEF- OR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER i EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED tIt NO LIMITEverything Goes in Thisi Saler You will be wanting to put on some new wall paper this Spring and this is your chance to get sortie rare bargains in our Special Sale of Fine Wall Papers VVfe offering 40000 rolls of the best papers that the market affords at prices that are absolutely startling This is all good stockare 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 Price 11 15 20 25c Papers that sold for 15 20 and25c cents we are sacrificing at i I t The Entered in the PottOffice at Stanford at tteonddati matter- pQnLINUED vasmojjtm AND FRHUT AT JOO PER YEAR CASH When not 10 paid HOO will be charged L N TIME No Si Mouth 1121 P x No a outb12O r x No II North A x No11NorthYt18 P x JOSVS RICE Agent For Sale kind of Rough Lumber for sale Bills on ihort notice Grist mill In connec Mill on Onen river Jumbo rondo XU East of McKinney Terry A Newell A- YRhodl Island Rid Eggs Rhode Island Red Eggs I60 for III II for 4i 7M for 100 I nni agent for cypher In cutMntor and Brooder Mrs LB COOK Htnnford Ky Jesse W PROPRIETOR Livery Food and Salo Static Ky B D Livery Depot 96 A SSurgeon Dentist STANFORD Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building 50 Years An The oldest in Central Ken tucky Get Rates before Insuring Nothing but firstclass Companies Repre rented Jesse D The Insurance Man Phone 36 KY J L Co Undertakers and Embalmers Also Dealers in Fur niture They will exchange Furmturejfor nil Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right KENTUCKY J Ce Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Office 1boneClCT Homo Phoro si FARMERS J W Eads Son of the West End sold to J P RifTo a pair of fiveyear old mare mules for 525 W H Fields bought of Fred Von Gruenlgan a bunch of butcher cattle at 4c They are for R B Wilkinson the butcherFOR 8 brood sows will raise pigs this spring three of them thoroughbred Durocs R L Berry Huston vine Ky The description and pedigree of E S Powell Sons Almont Dare will appear in these columns in a few days Watch out for it- ESTRAYTwo barrow shoats and one sow weighing about 85 pounds left my place March 5 Reward for their return R L Albright Rowland Ky FOR SALEA first class mule jack nine years old with a splendid repu tation and a good pedigree Address Joe B Williams R F D No1 Hustonville Ky The advertisement of Galton W M Dodds fine Gambetta Wilkes stallion appears elsewhere in this issue Read the description and pedigree of the great horse and give him a good look ing over before you breed your mares About 2000 cattle were on the market at Mb Sterling Monday The quality was common Trade was good and prices high The best steers sold at 42 cents and some sold by the head at 5 cents Yearlings at 41 to 5 cents Heifers at 31 to 4 cents Bulls at 3 cents old cows and rough oxen at li to 2 centsMr G Caldwell of the Waynes burg section was here Tuesday with his great young stallion King Eagle Jr by S T Harris King Eagle King Eagle Jr is not yet three years old but is a magnificently developed fellow standing 16i hands and weighing 1200 pounds He has the making of a fine sire Mr Caldwell is standing him at the low price of 10 to insure In our advertising columns this issue will be found the descriptions and pedigrees of S T Harris and Robert B Woods stallions and jacks which you should read carefully before you breed Ashland Brook is a good individual and- a richly bred trotting stallion King Eagle is a great saddle sire well bred on both sides while the jacks Billy Keene and Jim Keene are among the best in the land Tickling or dry coughs will quickly loosen when using Dr Shoops Cough Cure And it Is so thoroughly harmless that Dr Shoop tells mothers to use nothing else oven for very young babies The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lung healing mountainous shrub give tho curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough 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 a One reason given by Senator Bradley- why Kentucky should instruct for Fairbanks in his speech at Louisville was that he attended to the burial of W S Taylors wife and wept That is almost- as good a reason as the other that ho gave that Fairbanks assisted in saving Taylor and Finley from a Democratic mobFrankfort Journal Good For Norman R Coulter a prominent architect in the Dolbert Building San Francisco says I fully endorse all that has been said of Electric Bitters as atonic medicine It is good for everybody It corrects stomach liver and kidney disorders In a prompt and efficient manner and builds up the system Electric Bitters is the best spring medicine ever sold over adrug gists counter as a blood purifier it is unequaled 60c at Pennys Drug Store My boy said a clergyman dont rou know that it is fish on Sunday But I haint sinned much yet said the boy without taking his eve off the Haint had a bite Notice To Our Customers Wo are pleased to announce that oloys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lungtroublo Is not affected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recommend it as a safe remedy for children and adults Pennys Drug Store 25 to 50c For our 25 and 50c 75c and up We are papers that 25culously I In E GISSOl I GAIN STREET aai VilleInterior Journal TABLE Lumber 1filled4Mclifnaey Sweeney Lancaster CARTERN- ew StreetPhone STANFORD KENTUCKY PRICE KENTUCKY Agency50 Wearen STANFORD Beazley MattingaRugs STANFORD McClary 5c DEPARTMENT Everybody- Mr regular offering IN MEMORIAM In memory of Mrs Jane Rigney who died Feb 11 having lived to the ripe old ago of 87 She was the widow of George Tyler Rigney a respected citi zen of Casey county and a veteran of the Civil War having been lieutenant in a cavalry regiment and much loved by the soldiers He died May 2 1865 only a few days after the war closed His first wife was Mahala Jones the mother of J Frank and A Jones Rig ney also Josiah Mary and Mahala Rig ney His second wife was Mrs Jane Rigney an estimable and faithful wife and kind mother who left three children many relatives and friends to mourn her loss Her children are Robert and George M Rigney and Mrs Cynthia A Gooch all of Lincoln coun ty She remained a widow over 40 years The following lines were writ ten by her little granddaughter Dear grand mother you have left us Five long weeks since you have gone But wo know youre safely landed At that heavenly home beyond There to live and dwell forever With dear grandpa gone long ago 0 how sad that you must leave us Leave us here in grief for thee But in heaven we hope to meet you When our work like yours is done There well live and love you ever Happy in our eternal home You are gone but not forgotten faderSweetestRound the grave where thou art laid Farewell dear grand ma farewell Till God shall call us too Then well meet you joyously greet you Never again to bid adieu LUCY Remember that when the Stomach nerves fail or weaken Dyspepsia or Indigestion must always follow But strengthen these 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 strengthened with tho Restorative whore Heart pains palpitation or Kidney weak ness is found Dont drug the Stom ach nor stimulate tho Heart or Kid neys That is wrong Go to the cause of those ailments Strengthen these weak inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and got well A simple single test will surely tell Pennys Drug Store The Duke of Devonshire England died at Cannes of heart failure GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing whim there u to little difference In the price of ready Dftde lulti and n suit inndo to your treasure lakes by an experienced tullurT I have a handsome tine of Hilling A Hummer good I San make from u low tmtlnuai suit to he Unestdreis iuit Also Oercoat rrou Sri and Fancy Vest The company 1 rep- rssent1second to none U0 11UPLKY Tho Tailor Stanford Ky If You Want the Drugs Land Posted I Notice Is hereby given to the public that our land li Trespassers will Iw punished to the full extent of the law Ijr no the place allowed HH AND KJMIIjL8 Highland Ky POSTED whose name appear below strictly forbId hunting nsbing ur any kInd of true on our places and prosecute vt tb81allliAles II Mr WnJtr Warren Mrs Mnttiebite TlnsleyllpoonamorePM V Ijiwrence Keulwn Curtis JH Hocker 1Mletlus- TARice Morgan Unappell Aiimmtt HcbnotTor roan Fern J Holticlftw n W hasty IoCrJ Flullinlu 1t1Iulllalll Peter llnlmer M ri Katherine Ador Menser 1nxton Ashley tOllannon Jnnic N Cash J Nevln Carter JosephnnllouMJ DOamen oh Dr JU Carpenter Mn It liecc W P Martin- A M Yrt J IITbomiMon- ThomonKcrrlll Jni It Hkltlmor- oluvld llurton J It Hunch JL C UlchanUon Kriut Bliss Mettle llowei Itelcbetdoc1S pros Fad VonUruenenn It TraylorlllburnGood Fred liaumann Illchnrd lleiter Oasir imnn lleiur win hipster It0 Sunnell rVO Floyd J W Peck J L Jarvis J W Itaugumnn JUHprnttW111 UnUirwooJAHon MriMarrUOlroni JoluiCnmenbchWntCordier UanTraylor M IlhnoreMn X Joode O K Tut David Htereni John Jurer 1UO Durham WUhoist notllbOltek Fred llamloi- Advllno Craig Christian Jacob J J Thompson 1 M Anderion Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO NoteOncres on the Wnyneiburg pike near highland 5roons house horn nluloUI- er orclmnl Thliprowr ty Is nearcburchand schoolhouse Is well worth tho price 1ltl- No1lblacreSissues Hotith of Crab Or chard on the Hlnto rondo has n twoitory bouse good berth orchard mid swell water ed about loo acres of this land li bottom- land and produces fine crops A bargain III tJCM ft cash tmlnueo In one ROll two years No 3illacres on Iluclc Creek nonrWny neaburg rooulhouselaUn other out bulldtnuiplentyor water Caih price ff aDNo4I Ifflncrt near revel Green Rock cattle county Ky Tlili farm has n new J tory frame house would coot to build now tijao good born crib Ac located near church mind ichool This li n nice home and cnn tat bought for ItOxr acre K cash re nmlnder In 12 niontbi No bIJneresnd uhdngtheabovefarmsg- laiacree In C1I1th Oil of Irooini good barn OIl other outtmlldlngt ohanl One of the beet strings In hcOlin ty Price = 1OC half cash Uilitncu and 1 yenta No 6sal acre adjoining rurusoN4nnd lV aC1 In cultlviitlon Imlanco in tint tier Good white oak hickory and souse IIl1- ec4llnr Ilna Sitory log hu o and good orch nrd well watered Cash price = NoT SM enl near Muretiburg Kylto bflUIllbnlnNo9n1neres on prnkes Creek 8 miles From Crab Orchard Thli farm adjoins the pike amid Impart of time Jco Kvnni farm Ibl h line land and In iood condition nil necessary buildings Thus Is n bargain nt PO per aero No le7t acres near Htnnford Ky In nIce shapo with nuccllllry hlllhUllgete ellll bu bought worth the money NoIl4ncre near Conwny Ky nearly all of this farm Is lotions haul Jlue for corn and meadow dwelling hOIl06lIew- bllrll and other buildings on county road a mile trout lluriii College Unih price 3 owFor full particulars In regard to nil tbo above fnrnn 110 or write I It Hughes or James White Mtanford Ky FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS WITHOUT CUBE VIA II QUEEN 8 CRESCENT ROUTE Winter Tourist TicketsOn Sale November 1st 1907 Returning May 31st 1908 for lnfotlDtJOD sad lilt or hotels tlUttll- D 0 KINO 0 P O T A 111 Main Sr tcilodtoD Kj get- STANFORD Purest and Best Them from DRUG CO Duchess Trousers Ii 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 1 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 SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Ilnta Cups Ladies nnd Gents Furnishings Etc If you tryany of the Diamond Udgo Tools you will use no other Every thing branded D K is warranted Good stock to select from GEORGE FARRIS Perfect Heat 1 Hot water heating is perfect with the exception of this Tho mosquitoi l will bite you some during Winter If you can put up with that then let Aldridgo heat your homo that you can enjoy all your rooms Hot water I heating is clean economical and regular No sudden changes in tempera lure You will save enough in Coal Comfort and Health tj pay for thejoutfit in a few years i S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEYIIt BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEF- OR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY p INCORPORATED r