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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL XXXVISTANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 3 1908I N 09 11 BRODHEAD Heavy rains are putting farmers bee hind with their work Oscar Spoon am ore bought of James fine saddle and draft horae for 10IRoy A J Pike and E A Tuesday and Wednesday were In Mt Vernon t We understand there came near bee ing a shooting affray near Woodstock Tuesday between John Riddle and his sondn law Henry Beatty Friends In terfcrred and stopped the fuss Cause unknowntJako Elder who resided in our town for nearly a year teaching school and clerking for Albright Adams has moved back to his farm in the Quail section Wo are sorry to give up such a good man t y The members of the Christian church are preparing to do considerable work on their building In the near fulureI Something near fSOO has been subscrib ed already They contemplate building a large front and repairing the InteriorI All who can possibly do so should helpI these people They are worthy of anyI assistance that can be given them Mrs Alta Sayers wife of Sam Say ers of near this place died Tuesday after a brief illness of that dread dlsI ease consumption Mrs Sayers wasI but 25 yean old was the grand daugh ter of our townsman Burton OwensI and was married to Sayers about a year ago She was an estimable lady and to know her was to love her tier re mains were interred In the old family burying ground on the Sayers farm Mr G E Painter conducted the funeral services IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Mrs Rhoda Higgins On March 12 1903 at the homo of her daughter Mrs Kittle King In Ens ley Ala the spirit of Mrs Rhoda JUg gins entered into the rest prepared for the children of God She was a mem ber of the Christian church and lived up to its teachings To the writer she was a most devoted friend In all that term implies and while our hearts are grievcdovcr the separation wo can but feel that death which follows a long and well spent life Is the most beautiful thing in our whole existence Aunt Rhoda as she was called by her friends was one at the very best woo men wo ever know During her life of 79 years all of which was spent in Lincoln county she never had an en emy She never forgot a kindness shown her was a kind good neighbor generous to all and her charity was un bounded No gentler nobler mother f v ever lived nor ono who loved her children better so we will not think of her as dead she Is just away She has wandered loan unknown land and left us to wonder what beautiful path she has taken and while we may often I yearn for the sound of her voice and tho tender Hasp of her hand hope points to a joyful meeting again in a fairer city where sorrow Is unknown and friends are never parted To her children she left a legacy that the wealth of the world can not buyan honored name And on tho resurrec Lion morn she will again appear more beautiful than the lovely flowers heap ed upon her casket as she clasps the hands of her children and leads them into tho joys of heaven B D That languid lifeless feeling that comes with Spring and early Summer can be quickly changed to a feeling of buoyancy and energy by tho judicious use of Dr Shoopn llostoratlvo The Restorative is a genuine tonic to tired rundown nerves and but a few doses Is needed to satisfy the user that Dr Shoops Restorative Is actually reach lag that tired spot Tho Indoor tire of Winter nearly always leads to slug gush bowels and to sluggish circula tion in general The customary lack of exorcise and outdoor air ties uptho liver stagnates the kidneys and ofttimes weakens too Hearts action Uso Dr Snoops Restorative a few weeks and all will bo changed A few days test will toll you that you are uslpg the right remedy You will easily and surely note the change from day to day Sold by Pennys Drug Store- Trouble Iahas arisen In the ranks of the BurleyTobacco Society over the reten tion of 10 per cent of the receipts of sales to pay tho expenses of the socie tys organization A meeting was held in Cincinnati which was attended by President Clarence Lebus and 50 growers Members of the organization say 10 per cent of tho gross receipts is too large a tax- Wheres tho old man Gone to school i What at his ago Yes you see theyro ngoin to run him for office an hn wants to learn how to count Our Own Joe Bailey VALLEY VIEW TEXAS March 28 = There was a big meeting of the demo crats of Valley View this week and delegates were selected to attend tho Worth meeting The chairman ape pointed them as follows J R Usslng Wm Huston MC Wheat and W S McCubbln and we offered tho following resolution which was adopted Be it resolved lilt Wo do hereby indorse the candi dacy for the presidency of tho United States tho gifted statesman true pa riot and Christian gentleman William Jennings Bryan and we rejoice that the outlook for democracys success and tho return to the principles and policies of the father of our party is so auspicious2nd that gifted orator profound statesman and loyal friend of the people Joseph Weldon Bailey has lived among us as our fellow citi zen wo have seen his daily life during that time and we do hereby proclaIm- our unbounded confidence in the purity his purpose we vigorously denounce the malicious assaults that have been made upon him as the result of political- or personal envy and jealousy We firm ly believe that in the history of the na ion democracy has never had an abler more sincere exponent We are most heartily In favor of and do hereby indorse his being sent as a dclegateat largo to the National Democratic Convention to be held at Denver in July nextOur own Joo is being tramped on by political enemies who aro sore heads but tho true democrats are going to see that ho is vindicated on May 2 when ho will sweep the State and go as dele gato at largo to the National Conven lion We have some democrats here like tho four you have In Kentucky butI they will soon bo things of the past 1I hope the democrats of Kentucky will rise up In their power and send Gov Beckham as a delegate atlargo to the National Convention with instructions to vote for W J Bryan- I enclose for which let the I J come on another year as I still love It for its principle Is pure democracy 1 still love the Kentucky people but do not love the way some of her people have done I can never lovea man who was elected as a democrat and then votes for a republican I trust that in tho future Kentucky will elect only those democrats who have been tried and are found true Mo WHEAT Death Was On His Heels Jesse P Morris of Skippers Va had a close call In tho Spring of 1006 flu anIItAn attack of pneumonia left mo so weak and with such a feat ful cough that my friends declared consumption had me and death was ott my heels Then I was persuaded to try Dr Kings Now Discovery It helped mo Immediately nail after take ling two and a half bottles I was u well man again I found out that New Discovery Is tho best remedy for coughs and lung disease In all the world Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store fXo and 81 Trial bottle free A Paducah dispatch says Warnings to Negroes to move are being Issued promiscuously in this section and many people believe that they are a scheme to secure property and land at a sacri fice A few Negroes in this county have been notified to got out and in each instance they owned their property At Benton where a general order was posted for Negroes to leave offers have been made to Negroes for their property IWeak women get prompt und last lug help by using Dr Shoops Night Cure Those soothing healing antiseptic suppositories with full In formation how to proceed are Interest Ugly told of In my book No 4 For Women Tho book and strictly con fidential medical advice Is entirely free Simply write Dr Shoop Ra cine Wis for my book No 4 Sold by Pennys Drug Store Mrs Handout Have I ouno desire for better things Tramp Certain I wish youd take back this hash an gimme broiled chicken Leslies Weekly Mr S L Dowon of Wayne W Va writes I was a sufferer from kidney disease so that at times I could not get out of bed and when I did I could not stand straight I took Foloys Kidney Cure QUI dollar bottle and part of the second cured me entirely Foleys Kidney Cure works wonders whore others are total failures Pennys Drug Store r In Canada the largest number of wage earners are engaged in log pro ducts Thoy total nearly 55000 and their wages in 1905 amounted to over 21000000 Estill county was 100 years old Wed nesday NEWS NOTES Over a foot of snow fell at Crooks town Minn Wednesday- Dr J W Stewart of Llnnville NI C died of apoplexy at a Knoxville Tenn hotel In a shooting In Letcher county Hi ram Mitchell Jr and William Osborn were both killed Prof J C Crabbe Superintendent- of Public instruction is ill with typoid fever at Frankfort The Presidents yacht Mayflower wllhI Mrs Roosevelt and her guests on boardI arrived at Ndw Orleans Mrs Elizabeth Lriz aged 78 shot herself to death at Denver Col while her husband was being buried Frank Flack of Bromley was blown to pieces by tho explosion of a carboy of carbonic acid gas in Cincinnati Former Congressman James N Ke hoo was stricken with apoplexy at his homo at Maysvillc and is In a serious Jennings Bryan banqueted some or 70 democratic editors of No braska at Lindell Hotel in Lincoln the other night- Loud denotation of exploding shotgun shells about 10000 in number created terror in Covington during a threatening fire Rob Wood convicted of sending a night rider letter to Negro at Hop klnsvillc has withdrawn his appeal andI begun his sentence of three months in jailAt Little Rock Ark Prosecuting Attorney Tom Helm struck U S Senator Jeff Davis because as he claims the Senator made an insulting remark to himWhisky men made a failure in War county They could not get the requisite member of signatures and the county judge called off tho proposed electionMrs Lucy Johnson of Paducah wants 10000 damages from Miller Paris of Livingston county because the latter hugged and kissed her against her wishes Tom Durham a welltodo timber man of Burning Springs Clay county was knocked from a raft at the mouth of Saxton Creek on Kentucky river and drowned Five persons were wounded when u crowd of unruly men who had beenI ejected from an Illinois Central train at Mercer Ky fired upon the train with revolvers and threw stones InloI tho coaches News from Frenchburg Mcnifeo county sates that Henry D CombsI County Attorney and widelyknown lawyer took a dose of carbolic acidI with suicidal intent Ho is in n serious condition and may not recover Wor ry is said to be the cause of the at tempt Because Mrs Spires wife of Consta ble William Spires of Weltsvllle 0 refused to elope with him George Snowden shot the woman and turned the gun upon himself Snowden died almost instantly The woman is still living but physicians W her wounds will prove fatal A Georgetown dispatch says that Ca leb Powers Is seriously ill in the Georgetown jail His temperature is over 101 degrees and all efforts to break the fever have failed He is without appetite and is constantly growing thinner and weaker All visitors have been barred and a nurse is in attendance Chester Gillette was electrocuted in Auburn prison Monday It was the most scccessful electrocution ever had in Auburn prison Gillette walked to the electric chair without a tremor A statement indicating that Gillette had confessed his guilt to them was given out by two ministers who were with the prisoner prior to his electrocution He Got What He Needed Nine years ago It looked as if my time had come says Mr C Farth lug of Mill Creetc Ind Ter I was so run Gown that life hung on la very slender thread It was then my druggist recommended EJJctrlc Bitters I bought a bottle and I got what I need ed strength I had one foot In tho grave but Electric Bitters putlt back on the turf again and Ive been well over since Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 60c We could have told without reading the report that Dr Powell made a speech at the Law and Order meeting When there is a chance to parade down In front of footlights of Mucaulcya theatre and fire off his hoss always on hand Frankfort Journal How to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating tho liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Orlno- Laxntlve Frut Syrup doe not nauseate or grlpeand Is mild and pleasant ti take Refuse substitutes Pennys DrugStorb HUSTONVILLE J D Swope was called to Gnrrai county last week to attend the burial f his niece Miss Lizzie Marksbury The next regular meeting of the ME sonic Lodge here will bo Friday Apr ll 10 at 1 oclock Work all along the line All members of the craft are fn vltcd to attend Money talked loud for Dignity Dare in tho horse sale here when five mart and geldings sold for 2300 an averag 460 A four year old mare was take en down at 600 Rev R M Hopkins State Sunda school evangelist will preach at tho Hustonvillo Christian church Sunda morning and afternoon and will lecture there that night There will be a sweet time at Mrs W D Staggs Saturday afternoon The ladles of the Christian church will give a candy pulling for the benefit of the church All invited Mrs Charles Wheeler and Miss Ellen Powers spent a week in Louisville catching on to the Spring and Summe styles and they are now better thai ever prepared to please their custom ereiWhy do our people raise tobacco when they can get CJc per pound for hemp t One of our farmers raised 25 to 30 acres last year that is yielding 1 500 to 1800 pounds per acre and ho Is offered 6Jc for It with no fear of nigh ridersOn account of conflicting with othe dates the Masonic banquet by the Hus tonvllle lodge will be given on Wednesday evening April 15th from 5 to 7 for Masons and their wives and from to 12 for all others The committee of Masonic ladies will meet next Saturday at 2 p M in the hall to hear reports of different committees and complete all arrangements for the banquet An In tcrcsting program of toasts music etc between the courses will be arranged and will add much to the enjoyment of the occasion The proceed of the affair will be divided equally between the three churches here IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Felix B Simmons has been appointed postmaster at Felix Russell county Mistaking it for a tobacco bed night- riders blew up with dynamite a large tomato bed in Anderson county H V Bastin of Lancaster has beer granted a patent on a lightning arrest er which is said to be a good thing A company composed of a number or citizens of Burgin has been formed with a capital stock of 6000 for the purpose of starting a canning factory- A handsome and costly painting or Dr William C Roberts late president of Centre College was unveiled in the chapel of that institution this week Capt Ben McGraw of Junction City who was injured in the Q C wreck last week Is now able to sit up but will be unable to resume his duties for several months Through the liberality and good work of Dr A Gatllff WilllamsbUrg Instl tuto will get a donation from the Baptist General Education Board of New York amounting to 50000 S W Pettibone who runs a passen ger engine on this division has taker tho bankrupt law in Louisville In his statement ho gives his liabilities at 83942 and his assets at 30360 The remains of two Greek laborers were brought to Somerset for burin Saturday They were struck by a Southbound freight train about thirty miles South of the city and Instantly killed Somerset Journal With clothes in tatters but with fact radiant with smiles little Bettio Mc Gee of Pulaski county came trudging back to tho State reformatory says a Lexington dispatch When asked why she had returned after having been giv en her freedom she said she liked to be with the other girls and had come near ly 100 miles to be taken back She Is 12 years old and is the only girl that eves voluntarily returned A YearI have just completed a twenty year health sentence Imposed by Bucklens Arnica Salvo which cured me of bleeding piles just twenty years ago Writes 6 S Woolever of LeRaysville N Y Bucklens Arnica Salve heals the worst sores boils burns wounds and cuts In the shortest time 25c at Pennys Drug Store IOf the Fetterman family ofColuirt Ibia county Pennsylvania consisting pf six brothers and six sisters all the brothers are blind and are cared for by the sisters whose eyesight is good Plenty Of Trouble Is caused by stagnation of the liver rand bowels To rid of It and headache und biliousness and the poison that brings jaundice take Dr Kings Now Life Piljs the reliable pufiflers that do the work without grinding or griping 25o nt Pennys Drug Store Notice To Contractors f LettingJMonday April 6 1908 Notice is herebygiven that Ias Supervisor qf turnpike roads for Lincoln y county KvilUUlill0 oclock A M Monday Aril 6thj 1908 receiver turupikesin s All bids for furnishing hauling breaking and spreading stone and gravel MondayAprilContracts will be let to the and bat bidders and contractors will he required to give bond with surety to be approved by me for the faithful performance of their contracts anti for all penalties and damages for failure i to so perform their contracts within the time and under the conditions here IDaft er mentioned tr- a Stanford Danville section 2 40 rods stone Rush Branch section 1 35 rods stone Danville Lancaster whole road 20 rods stone Stanford Milledgeville section 115 rods stone a Stanford fr Dix River section 1 10 rods of gravel a Stanford Waynesburg section 1 15 rods stone Same section 2 25 gravelHtistonville x Danville Huatouville section 1 50 rods stone r t a lotTurnerBilIe iA rod of stone or gravel shall consist of 225 cubic feet Hand broken atone and gravel must be on margin of rond or section byr t t 1 Sept 15 1008 All gravel must be spread before Oct 15 1008 All met ti nl is to be measured by thj supervisor who may designate when nnd where 1fit is to bo spread All crushed stone must be spread not Inter than Janl r 11094F7i All crushed stone to bo left at crusher or on margin of pike iu shape to ba f r measured by supervisor and afterwards to he spread by contractor when and l t where directed by supervisor All stone furnished must be good sound hard apt u lInchespmustThe court or representative may reject any mntcr nl not df proper iFzeeor Bidders must say whether stone will be broken by hand or v i CrnsbedSThe supervisor reserves the right to reject any and all bids Blank forms r r on which bitls may be mnde can be obtained from the County Clerk opiesjIt s of bpiidsSiny be obtained at the County Clerk Office i will own a rockcrusher anti contractors will be permitted t t J to use it at f1 perrod s S H DUDDERAR jxFupervisor Turnpike Roads for Lincoln County 1 rrQC 4sr DIGNITY DARE NO 1982 A S H R 30 to Insure Owned by D S Carpenter Hustonville Ky f txlk tr Jfiirst 7ational 91lfn v Stanford JCy t 1 Oryanitttf 3S2 Capital Block SSOOOO illSurplus and llnrHaiftett Profits Sff 000 Jfas paid in Duiddnds since Organization 5211 500 l fnvito Wow Accounts on Our 7Jferits OFFICERS DIRECTORSroc t1t presidenir Reid J H Baughman Y YillHockerJ S D Elmore J It Pettus s S T Harriir Vice preSident S H Baughman J F Cummins r oberlsCashierS T Harris James Robi- nsonsnJohn J Mc T P Hill J S Rocker L H C Baughman Asst Cas n r C u Tatesty tf ffi Great Bargains in HorsW f+V Yid t Collars Wagon andtI Hoy r Riding Bridles J tlIclf 4i 1 lot Geo Da Hoppers Stanford Kyt J Rrn1fw r t L The Interior Journal- S L Co WALTON t i mi JOHN J MOSER countipartyjt t T M BRUCE o 4t L a candidate for jailer of Lincoln count subject to the action of the Democrat party h JAMES Co HAYS 4 Is a candidate for Jnller of Democrat subject to the action of the i I party D C ALLEN candidate for Assessor theIDemocratl rfasubject to the action of r DINK FARMER Ii n candidate for the Democratic noniln tlon for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party jtFOLEYtIt a candidate for Assessor Lincoln eour tynubjcot to thenctlon of the democratic purty f M S BAUGHMAN It n candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county t subject to the action of the democratic t party HARVEY HELM j cIsacandidate for the democratic nomlnn tlon for Congress In this the Klctitti dls etract subject to the action of the democrat c dr t WHAT we said about E W Lillard running for State Senator next time d was meant in a Pickwickian way but if the little geese of the Danville Advo 0I cate pretend to believe that we were Jn earnest The thought of Lillard run- hing for anything is too ridiculous for anybody to think about save possibly t a f the editors of the Advocate who pat tIJ ted him on the back when Lillard bolted Beckham for Uo S Senator thettLexington Herald says it is all bosh dangerouslyIsician Dr J E Pack the latter ad mite that the prisoner is suffering with neuralgl9but that his condition is far t senous I t lr HUNDREDS of Democrats from Mis a souri Kansas and other nearby States the dollar dinner given in Kan aattendedri by the Young Mens Democrat 1 j Club WIlliam J Bryan and Judge Judson Harmon were the guests of hon rfJ or Bryan as usual was the center o f r attractionfl r- ExGovBECKBAM has formed a lav Ii par llrtlhip at Frankfort with Lewda I McQfoown and they will practice befor- thetcpurta of this State and the Suo v preme court of thoU S They mak Iastrong law firm and start in with a AaM1 goodly number Of clients 1 iFr wLILLA Who betrayed hs- r rtyin the Legislature has attd hi- i N residence in Danville Can it be that Mj he has Rotten enough of Little Britain gk UT turns out that the man who wanted Ii ir n location for a 500000 hotel in Dan s + ville is criazyvWe thought something tfoor lwas wrong with the fellow 4POLITICAL I Secretary of War Taft will speak to Loufevlle April 10 iC The president lia nominated DrDa I vidJayno Hill to be ambassador to Ger r many 4r WilliamJ Bryan says the Democrat c banquet at Kansas City Monday night r was the largest ever held in the United States 1 appropriatil eels nerel tore authorized was passed by the Senate The formal opening of J G Mat oKalnstti tomorrow Saturday Col R M Jactfson of London has announced that he is a candidate for delegate to the Democratic National Convention at Denver J Campbell Cantrill has formally an nounced himself as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress man from the Seventh district n lItis very probable that James An 1A Scott of Frankfort will enter the race for Congress in the Seventh g district against Hon W P Kimball Congressman DC Edwards says he is not alarmed by the entrance of J G 4Matthews into the race for the Repub for Congress in the Eleventh district and says he will be able to disprove the charge that he would do nothing to help Caleb Powers r get a pardon and Foraker bills for the j tlrestoration to duty of Negro soldiers t discharged without honor because of I r the affray at Brownsville Tex were t il defeated in the Senate Committee on Military Affairs by the votes of the 1 five Democratic members who joined r with the Republican opposition r ae 3 Democratic National Committeeman j l Urey eats he is muclipleased t with the plans that been made j thus far Democratic National Convention at Denver He says Kentuckians will be cared for in great shspe at the big gathering that Ken- Ituckys headquarters will be at the II Palace Hotelt pndr that he in his best to see thatevery gets a good seat con I 1teddttodo y w 4 wi 1 r Here and There Buffalo Bill is seriously HI in Chicago Judge James E Cantrill is rapidly sinking and has but little vitality left Theo B Blakey of Beattyville has been appointed second assistant attorney general A band of night riders called on Tom Guffy a young farmer of Uuion count And thrashed him soundly Three lives were lost by the washing away of a house In Mason county Property was damaged to the extent or 75000 at Maysville Col Richard Clark a wealthy and widely known farmer of Madison county died near Kirksviyc after a short illness of pneumonia An agreement haiTjbeen reached in Washington between thoSouthern railway and its employes continuing time present wage scale until the first of next July Night riders salted the tobacco plant bed of Jacob Hardin in Daviess count ty and took the coverings from other beds Grass seed is said to have been sown in 14 beds Judgb Redwine filed a petition for habeas corpus at Beattyvilla in an ef rort to secure bail for Beach Hargis who killed his father Judge James Hargis The case will be heard at Jabkson April 10 Allen Huddleston charged with slay Jag his father F M Huddleston a prominent citizen of Metcalfo county was given his examining trial and held on a bond of 1600 which he fail ed to give and la now in jail At a massmeeting at Mayfield of 500 fanners belonging to the Graves Coun ty Dark Tobacco Association all with the exception of one grower voted in favor of public condemnation of night riding The dissenting man rose at the next call and said that ho was in favor of night riding under existing condi tions Resolutions were drawn up at the meeting in which the present law lessness was condemned in forceful words To Chapters of U D C in Ken tucky and friends and ad mirers of Gen John H Morgan V We state the Committee ant Board of Advisors to select a suitable and competent sculptor to erect a monu ment to the heroic gallant and brave General Morgan and his men after due care deliberation and much though decided to award the erection of sal monument to Mr Pompeo Coppini We say to all concerned that we feel sure we have made no mistake that the monument will be admired by all toehelp furnish the money to pay for the building of the said monument We are gang so use our best endeav ors and later to have the monument tho admiration of ail who may have thi itsPleasq reajJthis to your fhapter and hVeitBubi9hedmyour town paper that all may know what we have and what we are doing Mrs W M Bateman chairman Mrs Avery Winston asst chairma- in behalf of the committee Judge J H Morton chairman In behalf of the Board of Advisors Mrs James H Minogue secretary CHURCH MATTERS A 20000 Catholic church is to pe built at Waverly Union county The Disciples of Christ are holOin their 10th annual congress at Bloom ington III Rev J Murray Taylor will preach at Willow Grove school house Sunday af ternoon at 330 The Methodist church will have an Easter service conducted by the liter ary department of the Epworth Lea gue It will be on Easter night and will take the place of both League and at the Methodist church Sun daymorning Necessity of Christian Education Sunday night Why Did Christ Come Into This World 1 Tim 115 Junior League 330 PM Miss An na Darst superintendent Senior League senlce 645 P M Mrs T D Ran ey leader MATRIMONIAL Allen Hasty and Miss Mary Bottle Lay were made one Thursday at Frank HastysA York dispatch toa ChIcago paper says Anna has broken with her relatives and will be married to Count Sagan Health Coffee ia really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced This clever Coffee Substitute was recently produced by Dr Snoop of Jla cine Wis Not a grain pf real Coffee in It either Dr Shoops Health Coffee is made from pure toasted grains with malt nuts etc Really It would foo an export who might drink it for Coffee No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Made in a minute Says the doctor Sold by Pennys Drug StoreAfter an existence of nearly half a century during which time it entertained some of the greatest Republican pol iticians in the including Abra ham Lincoln Garfield and others the Alpha Club ewYorkfIs about to pass away Influx Into the neighborhood has cut down the member ship to ten 1TISURANCEFire ttaldent None but the STRONGEST aud 4R8T Represented Lowest Pot ilble States Guaranteed Lost Paying Bee ira Unequalled Talk with WAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No n SPRING HATS Full Line of Millinery at Old Stand Furniture Carpets Rugs Etc Etc In Great Abundance and Variety G B Pruitt Moreland WANTED I My old friends and the public In general to know that I have formed n partnership In the painting business with Oeoritv Walker who cornea to mo well recommended with several years experience In Chicago Inv dlnnapolls nnd cities ami wo guaran tee our work to bo sucond to none In house nil Its branches such as decoratingZino IlnUh graining pnperhnngln and Kresco work specialty Our motto Host material wotk live and let live price Wo are no agents for any foreign house or firm and patronise horn youEatlmateecountry work Phono KD Coney Hotel HO JoUr McPH KU9ON Stanford Ky ALMONT DARE lUred Pare K8J A HII111 SquirrelMlIam VI lit clam Toxaway life In vol hnbrlnobhobyIJnvl by 1I0urbon l1hlet IInl dRm hnlJOrtldImportedBuzzardNOTK Almont flare far as we are able to discover the tlrst on record hay Ing to his credit the honorutdefentlug with his own progeny those of his great sire Dig ratty Daro doing so last year every tlnn coming lacontact with them At an I ml vldual this U a very attractive horse stand Ing 18 hands with great style A beautiful bny with manners unpnrnltU even by n fillyfA t1IIrkablebow hone In harness and under saddle HbowtO distinct saddle gaits all very fast and pleasant with Id-of a S minute clip Zln harness One cannot conceive of a finer bred horse tracing t2 times to Imported horses on his dams aide alone traces lo Imported Messenger I time Imp DlomedeS times to Imp Buzzard s times Olenco x times Imp Plansor JlnnRIIIIIRckfItrtualtytobreedtoo0eotAnierlcasimeat Will also stand two good mule Jackt at I8 each Will make the neanon of IBM at my place SU ndlrstrom Hustonvlllo on Mutton villa and Liberty turnpike lams furnished In abundance at W per month tot rcipon ilblo for accidents E 8 POWKLL A HO- SUutonvllll Ky POSTED tforbhlhuntingfishingoranyklnd of strictly In vl olntors to the full extent of the law Alex Cooper Mrs Mary Peoples Mrs Walter Warren Mrs Hlm iaon Ilros Tlnsley Hpoonanior- 1i Carter Ben P Martin M P Lawrence Ileubon Ourlts J S locker JI IVttus T A pelfMerryAmandt HchaeRer Oren J L Holticliiw n W Htsty Mrs J K Pulllam It L Pulllam Peter Balmer ale Katherine Ador MesserA Paxton Ashley Ollnnnoi James N Cash J Nevln Carter O M Sack Joseph linllou- M Lytle Sirs Jus lUilnes J Camenlsch Dr J O Carpenter Mrs Jlebeccu H Carpenter W P Martin J H Thompson Thmnaslerrlll Jail It Hkldmore David llurton J It Hunch M C Richardson JOM h Krnit I1roseAlbert VonOruengnn A T Traylor LIlburnGooch N H Plummer Fred liaumnnn Illchord II ester SiemernW O Floyd JW Peek J L JarvU J W llauahman J H liruco J 0 Hpratt LItUnderwoodSonMrsMaar7 UYtilvcns onmenlschwmIordlerDun Traylor M II K inorc Sirs y H Uoode O KTato David Htevont John Jufer II O Ourhain W1Rout UotllbUllck Fred Handorf Adeline Craig Christian Jacob J J Thompson D Anderson Lincoln Squirrel Sled l iiytyenrtollblnckpolnts18hnnd tRUIgoOdset In high mounted n bred horse but I use hint onllIn harness and a more perfect I hove never teen can ttep very fait with extreme high action all around and I think him to beoneof the belt itallloni in the State to breed to to get good hlRhclufts walktrot and buslnest horses thud will bring you fancy prices He tins some yearling and two year old colts that I invite breeders to tee PRDlnaarLincoinSquirrel wai tired b Marion Squirrel tsylhe by Shack Squirrel 169 lie by Black Eagle7lhe by King Wil llnm57 Marion Squtrrels1stdaft bythreen Mountain 2nd dam by HugheiKdwIu Yore est Lincoln Squirrel lit dam Kate Messenger by Messenger Breeze full brotherto Maude Messenger recorc21G 2nd dam Menu Depauw by Mnmbrlno Htur light a full brother to Lady Thorn 22 ilrd dart Molllo Crow by Helms Yorkshire Jllnck grand sire It tho tire of more Squirrels saddlo horses than any other hone In the world such as High land Uonmnrk Chester Dare lied 8 quarrel nnd ninny others Will make the season of lUM nt my sale torn In Stanford nt I12JW to insure n alving colt 3loney due when colt It foaled or mare parted with Happy BrummeL Red sorrel 8 whltofoetttar and 15s hands highlyearr old and thefinest young toddle italllon that lever owned by Happy HeRD lean Ilrum mol 1st dam Fannie Almont by Almont 8rd dam- byllantbietonlanholthdnm by Brent he by Varrlck This horse will be permitted to serve only a few mares and will then be prepared to defeat till champions Her 1co 115 to Insure a living colt IRed Light Itt sorrel horse 8 years old 11 hands high extra weight and bone Sired by famous roadster and tiro lied Leaf who it too well known to all horsemen to lued description and pttllgrtJbt by F Clay I18 dart by Red Light a lit dam wee Day Mnld by Oecllloll sue son of the OmlxUIl like tnd dam Nellbyold JlnlorRt8rddunt Noonday liyBt Elmo 4tl1 by Pilot dr6lh dam Twllleht by Lexington 6th bywRgnerIp this promising young tRllion wo feel sate In saying that with his ilze style form speed and action that hOb bourn to prove a great stock h rlo Will bd at my tale born in Htanford and will be permitted to serve so good mqresot laojo Insure a living colt money colt It foaled or mure parted with Ho will then bv put In training nod given n record Be sure to lee him before bree dlngyour good morel JAMES R BKAZLEY Stanford Ky u r r NOTICE I Persons having clnlmtngnlnat the estate otT J Fouler will please present titian to me properly proven at once J 0 Foster admr GILIERT CREEK IARGAIN STORE Take no ones word for It but come and see my new Hprlllg Suits Also Piece hoods A few nuts at cost loft yet I will be very grateful for your patronage- D J SMITH McKINNEY MARILE ft GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers of Granite and Marble Monument KIrstClnss Work at ItensonnhlQ Prices Olllce and Works McKlnney Ky Shop closed on Saturday Wanted To luy Oak and leech Lumber Will highest prices Have for sale Oak and Uecch flooring Write to Kentucky hardwood Flooring Co Beech St near Woodland Ave Lou isville I yIslim Writing IIrlllllr and House Painting Paper Hanger G MEDAIRYI Interior Frisco Decorator Graining Eta McKINNKY KY Notice To Contractors I We ore ready to recolvo bids for turnpike to b built from Klngtvllie Ky to the unary county line n distance of about SK miles Thecontract will bulvt as n whose or In sections of onehalf mile or more Plans anti upeclllcatton for the construe lion of title pike can be ObtplnNI on appll ration to the undersigned All bids must bo sealed and sent In not later than Slay IS nhora reserve the right to WJActon arge tor examination orsciitnttnral it nngeyet by uptodate methods irescrlption glasses ground to order set In anr style frame or mountlugsi wee and material guaranteed aatlfnctor I charges moderate Permanently located In Central Telephone utolllIIe Ky L C PUWKLL Graduated Optometrist Dorsey Golddust 12052 Will make the present season nt my farm near Htanfor at 13 to Insure a Living Colt He hat no equal at n producer of high class combined horses II of hits coltsa and yeah old my own raising only broken to ride and drive not educated sold lust year year ntanaveruiIfeofSlAandtmnyoflbeae- bringt ttand three that price after be Inn ham U41 Scans Stilled at me r week K UKII Jmnvllle Ky Weak Kidneys kidneyNervesBtoraaeh Sad their weakneu not In the organ Itself but In the nerves that control and told and strengthen them Or fiooopt UettonuT U a medicine specifically prepared to reach has controlling nerves To Kidneys alooa Ii a wait of time and otraontyM wellU your tack aches or It weak U the urine scalds or utlark and urmt If you have trmptomt of Jtrlxhu or other distressing or dangerous kid ne r disease try Dr Eboop t IlestonUrt a month doforyouKlmgglstreoommmdandse11 will ShoopsRestorative PENNYS DRUG STORE How to Cure Constipation Few people altogether escape a disor der of the bowels You may catch cold overeat overdrink worry too not exercise enough or do a hundred and one other things that result in constlpa tion or costiveness When the trouble comes It is well to know what to do for It In the opinion of thousands there Is no better cure for constipation than Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin anyone can obtain cents or at a drug store We all havf constipation occa sionally and the sensible thing to do is to have a bottle of ttita remedy always In the house You take It at night on rloll for example and when you wake up to the morning at usual hour U produces lu results Your stomach Instan tly becomes lighter your bead clearer your eyei brighter you feel active and spry once attain your appetite has returned and you are ready to with ent u shaft and vigor All may not hate taken more than a dote or two at a cat not to exceed two or three cents Can you afford to feel bad when you can feel good for ao littler Dr Wilson Drown of Metropolis III bss no hesitancy In taylnit that Dr a Syrup Pepsin It the greatest of all laxatives and he frankly admits to hit patients that It they used It when tile stomach ever or bowel rot out of order would have lest need of him It wllbohldoubI the best cure for occasional or chronic constipation dyspepsia bllloutoest Jaundice tour stomach lazy liver flatulency diarrhea and similar digestive lift In old or a thousand better than salts waters acts gently but surely It pleasant to the taste does not gripe and cures permanently battleyour our claims are not Justified cent or It iewthlnlo try DrCatd FREE TESTS Syrup rtwte Deleft bur Ing CM Tare a tree sample bouts sent to StU home by tddmtlng till company Thlt olhrlittcrey tttt tho cIIItn 114 iii tIoH IttIff yea who hats never taken It Send for bave say symptom l stomach Hvtr or bowtidlttaie l yet most JaxaW for eMMrta wcmtn ise8ee fill Icflrt CMrtnlNd wrra n rt ho M en TnE PUBUO0I0T No UxIIIeLSO Seed and Sets to OR CALDWELL 9SYR PPEPll Tlit earI Purity yi WtMMtM0t 4 I PEPSIS STMP SI 118 SdwsH SIISSIS CRITERIONun Possibly there is not a make of Men s Cloth ing on the market today more familiar to the people of this county than is the Criterion and I believe today they are the best makers of coats in the land Its the fitting snug of I the collar the curve of the well padded shoul der Without these you are not well dress ed See what we have in our line from 15 to 25 You will be pleased ti J McJROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY fiSHING TACKLE 4 Reels 60 cents to 750 Reel Poles 75 cents to 225 I Minnow Seines 100 to 135 Cane Poles 5 cents to 10 cents We have everything for the fisher men See our window PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky FOR SALE I No 310 An nptxlato Roller Flouring Mill of 50 barrel capacity loco ted in the henrt of one of tho beet wheat belts in the Stato and within 40 feet of Trunk Line Railroad Tills is an old established1 plant with fine cus turn trade Warehouse barn etc Can bo bought for 85r 00 Brick Manufacturing Plant with daily capacity of 35000 dry house and full equipments together with several acres of ground on which plant is op crating nice suburban homo of 12 acres with new residence anti outbuildings and one or two nice resident properties in very best resident part ofItown which we will exchange as a wholo for blue grass farm with good im provements and well located No 171 240 acres six miles Southeast of Waynosburg on Iluck Creek 125 acres in timber 100 acres bottom land Two dwellings on farm ono of six and tho other of four rooms two good orchards fine water Land is adapted to corn wheat oats and hay 8500 worth of hay grown on place lost year Reason for selling owner is in other business Price only 83000 All kinds of properties sold and exchanged Write us your wants r H W Somerset Real Estate Agency IJ Somerset Ky American Lady Corsets We arc the ngcnta la Stanford for this great Corset There are many Imitations but only ono genuine American Lady Corset Vfo have them in the short girdle to tho now long hip style popular and necessary to the present style of dress If you want Corset comfort and a good figure buy American Lady Corset Price 81 to 83 SEVERANCE SON STANFORD BrANFORD KY Arms 3 1908 l RED Cedar Flakes are mado from the wood of genuine red cedar and are a sure protection ugalnst moths We a drug store PERSONALS y MR J R BEAZLEY was In Somerset this week MB C L GARTER of Lexington was here this week GAIT It II GENTRY Is over fro Frankfort for a few days BORN to the wife of Sam P Eadi of tho West End a 12 pound boy Miss MAINE MAIIONY Is with tho Misses Collier at Crab Orchard MESSRS J Di WKAREN and George H Farris were in LoutsvUlo Tuesday MR J J CORNEUSON of Louisville passed up to Crab Orchard Tuesday on business MR R W HOCKER arrived from Kansas City yesterday to visit his moth er and brother Miss OPHELIA CHANCELLOR of tho Walnut Flat section Is the guest of tho Mlssea Englcman MRS J B BOURN of Lancaster spent a few days with her daughter Mrs W K Warner Mns MINERVA KIRK has moved from I Lancaster to Danville where she will I run a boarding homo Mn R E IIUGUKS wlfo and pretty daughter of Louisville passed through to Lancuter yesterday LITTLE FOSTER REID IliiLura son of Mr and Mrs J M Phillips has been very but Is Improving A UTTLB eon has arrived to bless th union of Mr and Mrs L Bowman Owen of tho McKinney section Miss GEORGIA LEWld came down from Crab Orchard Wednesday to see her father Dr T M Lewis who Is GRANVILLE DUNCAN who has typhoi- fever suffered a hemorrhage Wednesday night and Is In a critical condition MitT W HUTCHISON and family s left yesterday for Phoenix Arizona much to tho regret of their numerous friends MR C W ADAMS of Hustonvillo 04was hero Wednesday to meet his broth or in law Mr Leo Terhune of Brad fordsvillc Mns T N Burr of tho South End Is with grip lint daughter Mlsa Annlo Butt who Is attending school hero has measles I f JUDGE J S OWSLEY has rented rooms in the college flats and will move his family there They will take their meals at tho St Asaph FnoF J W IRELAND is at Rich mend attending tho meeting of tho Eastern Kentucky School Superintend ents Ho Is leading tho singing which I means that the song nervine is an en joyablo feature- PROF LESLIE ANDERSON of thi county who Is attending tho State Nor mal School at Richmond contributes an Interesting article to The Normal Stu dent a paper Issued at the School on the Old Home and Grave of ExGov Clark ATTORNEY KENDRICK ALCORN o f Stanford was In tho city on legal buil ness Friday Dr and Mrs J M Owens gave a delightful dinner party Friday evening Tho guests wetc Miss Elkin of Lancaster Misses Enoch Harvgy Mr and Mrs M C WllliamsSomer set Journal LOCALS RINK tonight Attend FOR flower pota go to Farris Go to Hoppcra for the cheapest an best horse collars r ONLY a few moro rinks and tho sea son will be over Attend tonight HUGH BAKER colored was fined 5- and costs for drunkenness in Judge W A Tribbles court EDMISTON HOLMES tho now Crab Orchard merchants sent usa rush or der yesterday for bills telling of tho remarkably low prices at which they are selling goods R 0 HUGHES familiarly known Jumbo and for many years chief o police of Somerset is dead aftorashot illness Ho had been watchman at th 1railroad shops for several months t NOW Is the tine to look foryour bUJtI t r gy buckboardor carriage for Spring and Summer use Big lotto select from Also harness farming Implements wagons etc E T Pence FRESH Spring caught fish Saturday at Farris REMEMBER that tho skating rink will be open tonight NEW shipment of buggies just In Sec them E T Pence fotSTRICTLY fresh fish Saturday Leave your order now Geo H Farris mGET Cluing Machine and shear youreheep nice E T Pence CLOTHES cleaned dyed and repaired at Cook Farmers barber shop WE need a flret sspainter None others need apply Goyon Frcemun Stanford HAW goods just in rats puffs switches of all kinds at Miss Ella May Saunders Tim young people enjoyed an Im promptu hop at Waltons Opera House Wednesday evening SILVERLACE Wyandotte eggs pure strain for sale Mrs J A Rice Stan ford Phono 99 ring 6 FOR Eggefrom Barred Ply moth Rocks single comb Leghorns and Black Mlnorcas Also plants of all kinds EdHubbard 4 CALL and see my lino of buggies car riages runabouts etc before buying elsewhere I can save you money J L McKee KifTe Hustonvllle oTHE McKinney Deposit Bunk publish os its quarterly statement this issue Read it and see what a good showing this popular banking institution makes Now fs YOUR TUIFHTo May 1903 buttonsdcent as 1 am overstocked W H Mueller jeweler I WAS in the city week and pur chased my lino of millinery goods It will pay you to callIwd see my styles and get my prices Wcfore you buy Min Mary Phillips FOR SALED P Rock egga let pen headed by ono of Harry Clubbs best cockerels flBO per 16 2nd pen headed by Now York cockerel 1 per 15 Mrs R II Crow Shelby City Ky TUB young ladswill meet at Miss Frances Coopers at 3 oclock Saturday afternoon to fully decide about giving- a leap year hop All the Jadics Interested are urged to be present AGENTS par traits 40 cents frames 10 cents up sheet pictures one cent each You can mako 400 per cent profit or 36 per week Catalogue and samples free Frank W Williams Company 1208 W Taylor St Chicago III DROPPED DEADJ M Warner a teamster dropped dead of heart trou blo on tho pIke near Mt Salem Tuesday morning Ho lived near Dunnville Ca soy county and was about 40 years old Ho had just taken a load of lumber to to McKinney and was returning home THE Graded School will have Its uau al Spring entertainment in the chapel of the school building on next Friday night April 10 Besides music both vocaland instrumental tho question of whether or not Lincoln county should have a now courthouse will bo debat ed Wallace Singleton and John M Waters will speak for a now temple of justice and Charles Downer and Lester olddRANEYMrs Johh Raney who had been IIIot consumption for several months died Tuesday evening and was laid to rest in Buffalo cemetery Wed nesday afternoon after services at tho Christian church conducted by Eld F M Tinder of Lancaster and assisted by Elds Joseph Ballou and D M Walker of this place Besides her husband Mrs Raney leaves six children to feel keenly the loss of a mothers love and tender care May Ho Who Iambastrouf atHewas a most excel lent chrfetian woman Joining the Christian church at an early age her life was spent serving the Master by doing what she deemed nght in His sight May those whd weep soon realize that He doeth all things well I v there is a Wide Gulf Fixed Between buyer and seller as they occupy the extremes of trade Our busi now is to build the bridge to bring ue together The material and work manship of this business bridge are the best styles lowest possible prices and courteous treatment The articles described on either side of this sheet are two of the materials in this business structure n SVANTEDI16x0 NEW line of Hart Schaffner Marx clothing just received Cummins Wearen NEW case of millinery just received come in and get your choice Miss Ella May Saunders Virginiarnow C McClary Stanford CALL and boo us in our new room fn tho Odd Fellows building corner Main and Depot streets Cummins Wear enFROM mylaundry will be cos on delivery Cash must bo paid or tho laundry will be brought back to my office Ed Wilkinson agent MCKINNEyMrsMloore of McKinney will have a nice line pf mil linery by Easter to which she cordially invites all tho ladles to call and exam Ino before purchasing FOR SALE Property at Shelby City known as Duck place Nine acres good fruit fine garden etc Will sell or exchange for small farm G D McCollum Junction City Ky AT the sale of Tim W Hutchison Tuesday stock crops and farming im plements brought reasonable prices Mr Hutchison rented his farm of 100 acres to his son Eugene Hutchison r MRS CUKTON FOWLER is having th porch of her residence on West Main street enlarged and will otherwise im provu tho building A good deal of building and improving will bo done this Spring WE aro glad to say that the ters of tho Hustonvillo Combination Salo came out ahead financially They made a little pin money as Sam Embry Jr one of the partners in the enterprise remarked when talk ing about the sale WALLACE FARMER who superintends tho farm of Cashier W M Bright had his right leg badly broken between tho knee and unklo by a kick from a mule Tuesday afternoon As Mr Farmer is already lame in his left leg his aflllctlon is doubly heavy oh him HAVING united In painting busi ness with J F Freeman who learned his trade at Memphis Tenn wo are ready to do all kinds of work in our line In firstclaea style and at reasonable prices such as painting graining pa per hanging paper cleaning etc D H GoyonSTHE public is w that IS against the city rules and punishable by fine to throw ashes and rubbish oh tho street or the streets leading from Stanford There Is a dumping pool back of John M Stones residence and trash must be dumped there or out of the town limits B D Carter City Marshal HON WALLER BENNETT of Rich mond who seeks the honor of being a delegate from this Congressional dis trict to the Chicago National Conven tion spent several days in this county Mr Bennett who is ono of tho wealth iest and most influential citizens of Madsion county Is a strong Taft man and to one who views the situation tho off eido of the political fence the selection of this affable gentleman would bo a fitting honor worthily be- JONESL stowed D Jones son of W F Jones of Arabia died March 22 and was buried in Middleburg cemetery Deceased was 26 years old and had been a faithful and consistent member of the New Salem Baptist church for eight years He was sick for over a year and half of that time was confined to his room Tuberculosis was the fatal mal ady which cut short his life and brought tho bitterness of an absent loved one to the family circle This son had tho no ble destiny of bringing no tears to his mothers eyes or groans from his fath ers lips All who knew him esteemed him for his many manly qualities To tho grief stricken parents we would humbly recall tho words of his brother who said Whosoever liveth and bel- Ieveth in Me shall never die believeth thou this It is our firm conviction that this young man was truly a child of God and that he is now in tho en joyment of heavens bliss After lifes fitful fever he sleeps well as ho is sleepFrom weep A calm andundlsturbed repose Unbroken by the hand of foes T H S SEE the Merry Widow waltz hat pins at Miss Ella May Saunders NEW line of picture mouldings and furniture just in J L Beazley Co PURE S C Drown Leghorn eggs for sale Write or phone Mrs Robert L Berry Hustonville Ky MRS J E FARRIS of Danville haa bought J T Crenshawa interest In the building occupied by Tribble Pence and E T Pence Price private VERY LOWitra m ryCraig receiv flameshstating that Rev George 0 Barnes the noted evangelist is very low and will not likely recover MR J E BRUCE Is In receipt of tho sad news of the death of his nephew Lloyd McRoberts at New Decatur Ala Ho was a son of Mrs II J Mc Roberts of Canton Mo and was 2t years old and unmarr- iedPUBLIC SALE linking sold my farm I will sell at pub nonunion lit the form one bait tulle Knit of Morcliiml K on- TUEHIAY APRIL HTII The following described property 1nlr 3 yr luI6 1t bands well broke OnTlmuold inn by On Time sired by lnlton Yearling itud colt darn by On Time Cowseno tock hog 76 or MUpounders in OldHickoryer Hoosier llbe Drill with fertilizer and grim teed attachments DKr Harrow Oliuinplon Mowing Machine Hay links- SNoYJOiIverChilled lows Wheat Fan Ied Cutter Hot Wagon harness Ilow Gear Corn ho Her hand Herd Bowers W or ro barrel Corn In crib WO bale ol Timothy liny Household nnd Kitchen Furniture and other things too numerous to mention Terms made known on dny of sate JJ WRIGHT Moreland Ky DON VARRICK This magnificently tired young stallion will make the season of IMJNnt mv place In HUinford Ky better known as thlJrllnlley pincu nt sb to insure n living cult lion nlpInshort bock excellent bone nnd tine muscles just the typo you are looking for to breed greatOnwardby Onward one of tho very best sons of George Wilkes Onward was out of Polly and no maro ever produced to such Illustri ous sons as Onward and Director Onward Hllvcr won the Transylvania In In n 7 heat race defeating such talent ns Huslo yellrhechusetts In broken heats Don Varrlck lit dam by Wllkos Burby George Wllkesand a full sister to StMiaxnd dam Medry by its g Oareqptsg e tho dnm of 1110WlnchllterH t Si This rich lnhcrltauc of speed and blood lines should nppeal to tho public who wishes to breed Mines kept nt 100 perdny All care taken but will not be for accidents or escapes PILGOPHlltYHln- nrordCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court LIncolnOlrcultcrux In he ncUon of It U Warrens Adm r tc nglllllit It O Warrens heirs etc the undersigned Commissioner will atut oclock r x on Monda- yAlRIL9hth1QI In front of the Court louse door In Htanford Ky sell lit public outcry to the highest and feet bidder the trot of shout of laud on Danville street InHtanford Lincoln County Hounded on the North by tho land of Mrs Julia M Rim on the Exist by the land of W T Htone on the South by the lands of J N Saunders Helm helm and Mnhony and on the West by tho Htnnford solomren amounting to llMand the costsof this proceeding TRiiiiH The sale will be made on a credit of MX month Tho purchaser will be re prlceIthbearing legal Interest from date of sale until having the force and effect of n judg usual and also seemed by lien on the mud The purchaser will get H C Warrens Inter est In wheat crop growing on land GEO n SAUFLEY M C L C C Quarterly report of McKinney Deposit Bank At the close of business March 31 1908 Resources Longs and discounts 1109 13 Ranking house and lot Z489 00 Furniture nnd ilxtures 306100- Due from banks 8W3 Overdrafts secured 00I Cash 300667 Items carried as cash 084J7 Current expenses last quarter 1511t- as6Te III Liabilities Capital stock 115000 00 Hurplus fund 00 Undivided proms 34111 Individual deposits 13tr210 PI6i 61 Htnte of Kentucky County of Lincoln Hct LepgsltHankbeingdulyall respects a statement of the condl tion ot s hank at the close of business on fetcalfOIuhSubscribed nnd sworn to before me let day of April K J Tanner N P My commission expires Jan 111112 Af i Miss New York Petticoats J This is also an article of Superior Value and can be found in Stanford on ly at our store They come in all grades from the gingham skirt at 50c 69c 81 8125 to the Satteen and Heather bloon at 81 to 83 to the best Taffeta Silk at 85 to 81450 Not how cheap but how good is the motto The mo ment you look at these goods you will be impressed with the faultless stitch lug and fullness of these skirts Petticoat satisfaction is what you get in Miss New York make South East Corner Main and IDepot Streets till I Belts Belt Pins Collars Ties And Veils in the latest and newest things of the season are here and ready for your inspection Wo have for you tboi MERRY WIDOW BELTS At 75c also a full line of Wash Leather Elastic and Patent Leather Belts to suit all sizes and ages Belt pins in pearl black odd gold from 25c to 81 The Gibson Collar In white nnd colors at 25c Windsor Ties in assorted colors ati 25c Jabots and Lace Ruffs in white and colors also colored linen collars Veils in large dots and the new square ones at 8150 each See our line and you will not buy elsewhere TRIBBLE HUGHESI Dry Goods Notions Shoes House Block Opposite Court IOpera STANFORD 4 KENTUCKY HouseI rI Try Our Baby Chick I Feed dependslargelyBaby Chick feed saves the lives of your Baby Chicks and gives them a healthy growth yourhenscirculation and makes them lay Try our oyster shell also W gStanford THE I CHARLES WHEELER t 0 i EMPORIUM My clearance Sale is Continued until further Notice My Cut Rate Shoes t and Slippers on sale now at 60c on the Dollar Professor Aeolian of NewIYork Will give a Musical Concert every afternoon nnd During the of the Merry Widow hat he will render the Merry Widow OperaJCHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter the Cincoln County national Bank I 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 0 REID BOOKKEEPER H C CARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEPR DIREOTORSi J B Owaley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Qeo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanfdrd W H Shanks Stanford John F Cash Stanford JB Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H CumrnSus Prechrsville Lilburn Gooch Gilberta Creek t jL Pi The Interior Journal hteredin at NGendcl matterIrCBUBHED TUESDAYS AND rJUDA18 11 f100 PER YEAR CAS JWben not 10 paid IUD will be cbarge L N TIME TABLE No I HonthllJlrxNo 23 South 1130 PM No21 North fIB A x No2 North till P x JOSS RICE Agent Lumber For= Sale AH kinds of Rough Lumber for tale Bills filed on short notice Qrlit mill In connection Mill on Green river Jumbo rondo 1 miles East of McKlnney Terry A Newoll MoKlnner Ky Rhtdt Island Rid Eggs Rhode bland Rod Eggs 103 for II for loo I nm agent for Cypher s Incubators and Brooders Mr L B COOK Stanford Ky Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR Livery Feed and Solo Stable Lancaster Ky B D CARTERN- ew LlvervIDepot StreetIPhono 96ISTANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I Por the arrest and conviction of any person trespassing upon my farm day or night orIto stock In traveling theHohighwayInjury or Injury to IItock from tho lands of other people Thta reward refers to present and future I oleo offer n spec IB reward of tW for particulars see me J Carpenter A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Offico over McRobcrts Drug Store in the Owsley Building 50 Years An Agency50 The oldest in Central Ken Get my Rates before Wiring Nothing but firstclass Companies Represented Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY TreesFruit and Ornamental Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Our strawberry plants are moneymakers Try them Write for free catalogues We have no agents Hp HlLLEJOIEYEB SoNs- Lexington IE JLBeazleyCo UndertaKers and Embalm erstAleo Dealers in Furniture MattingeRugs They will exchange Furniture1fort all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J Cs McClary t Undertaker Embalmer and i r i DoalerinHarnossSaddlorySTANFORD r Office Phaine107 Home Phoce 35 r r II FARMERS DEPARTMENT Scott Bros sold to Beazley Bros 100 barrels of corn at 315 at the crib Two family mares for sale or ex change for cattle John Lutes Sta ford J W Eads Son got 125 instead of JRP adt Jumbo Ky D C Sipple R F D No3 Young Coffey sold two geldings Ii the Hustonville sale last week tha brought them 652 Adair News FOR SALE8 brood sows will raise pigs this spring three of them thorough bred Durocs R L Berry Huston ville Ky C C Carpenter of Hustonvilio has sold his fine stallion Dare All by Dignity Dare to Mr Stratton of Ten nessee for 1000 H C Bright sold to Banks Hudson a splendid family mare for 200 and Mr F Reid sold a fine span to a southern party for 800 Advocate Stratton of McMinnville Tenn bought of J C Lynn a harness geld- Ing for 225 one from Mr Wilder for 5150 and of H C Wray a mare and gelding for tOO For sale yellow seed corn of the best variety also white corn that cant be beat made 14 barrels to the acre last season on 18 acres of ordinary land H C Anderson Stanford FOR SALERed hornless bull calfi sire and dam both hornless Extra goo one Also two nice phaeton ponies Can be driven by ladies and are no afraid of automobiles Box 1GlrStaa ford Ky A meeting of the Dark Tobacco Planters Association will be held at Guthrie and it is reported the Vir ginia branch of the organization will bo cut off as a result of a disagreement that has arisen Your attention is called to the adver tisement of Beau Naboth J M Pettus great son of Old Naboth lie is one of the very best horses in the county a proven breeder and an animal of great style and action- J R Beazleys string of stallions this year includes Lincoln Squirrel Happy Brummel and Red Light Each Isa good one royally bred and a first class actor Read about them elsewhere in this issue The description and pedigree of E S Powell Sons great Dignity Dare stallion Almont Dare appears this is sue Almont Dare is not only a good looker and fine actor but an elegantly bred fellow and a proven sire Read the advertisement of A T Traylor Son A description and ped igree of their saddle stallion Stonewall Jackson Jr and jack Billy Breckin ridge will be found elsewhere and if you have a mare to breed you should see these animals The time for sowing tobacco plant beds is about over and the leaders of the Burley Tobacco Society say that reports from the entire belt show that the plan to eliminate a crop this season is a success and that but a small part of the usual crop will be grown J M Hubble of the Eubanks section will stand his fine coach stallion Mikado at 5 to insure a colt fourI months old He is a fine individual and has great style and action He is a proven sire and breeds large high head highacting fellows See him be t you breed your mares Mr Hubble will also stand the goof jack Sambo at 4 to insure a colt four months old Sambo is by Abram 2nd he by Imp Abram dam Black Hawk He was raised by S H Baughman of this place and is a good individual canPain anywhere quickly stopped by one of Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets Pain always means con gestionunnatural blood pressure DrSboops Pink Pain Tablets simply coax congested blood away from pain centers These Tabletsknown by druggist us Dr Shoops Headache Tabletssimply equalize the blond circulation and then pain always det parts in 20 minutes 20 Tablets 25c Write Dr Shoop Racine Wls for free package Sold by Pennys Drug Store 0 Mrs SuburbTheres a knife sharp ener at the door Do we need anything sharpened Henry 7 Mr SuburbNo but tell him to go in next door to Blanks I want to borrow Blanks lawnmower to mor row and Im sure it must be horribly rusty and dull after the wet Winter weve had The New Pure Food and Drug Law We are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles is not affect ed by the National Pure Food and Drug law as It contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and wo recom mend It as a safe remedy for children and adults Pennys Drug Store Tho total area of Africa is estimated at about 11500000 square miles of which Great Britain owns 2713910 square miles A gusher thought to be good for 200 barrels per day was struck in th Sinking Creek section of Wayne count a few days ago This May Interest You No one Is Immune from Kidney trouble so just remember that Foleys Kidney Cure will stop the Irregulari ties and cure any case of kidney and thenreach of medicine Pennys Drug Store Eleven indictments I were returned against night riders in MarsnaU county Stonewall Jackson Jr sitedtBtonuwnll Thli colts dam wlIsll1Jennmrk mart lie ti it nice colt lie tint colts to prove his good breeding Will at f to Insure until weaning time I hold n lien on nil coils until pall for llarron mare made to stand by the Impregnator Billy Breckinridge This tine black wns sired by Mnjor John HnrrUI Imported lack He will make the season of 1HH nt my barn nt IS to Insure n colt until weaning time Ills ae t of luff Is now on my farm to show for his good breeding Ho Is a sure tall getter A TTralor Sons Pleasant Hill breed tug farm Htanfonl F D No t Beau Naboth 45006 By Naboth 10116 hyNonnlIn J by Metropolitan 1z71 by llnmbleton Ian 3rd dam Josephine by Mambrlno Htnrllght 3912 by Darlbny I ll 4th dam Mnry Withers by Oliver thoroughbred Eth dam by Wagner oth dam by Tranby 7th dnm b Thornton Rattler tllndlnglS3Yoprorhis ability to Impart his qualities Will o stand at the barn of Felix White IS miles south of Htnnford near Homerset pike Insure n living colt dMares from n distance grazed at UO Money due when mare traded or pnrte personatcidents or escapes J M PKTTUH Stanford Ky ASHLAND BROOK Vol A TII No K bra lby Eugene Uuck er Ueorgutown Ky Ashland llrook won fooltIKDinnKR Hired br Hllent Brook No rnrltnretBulhglltetJllIellbrook2 4 IIiYdsitruly rook 9Su and Running llrook zai Hllent Brook by OarknlKhtNoSSM the lire of Heurch VnlpIIIOIIXSS Ashland Brooks lit dam Iluna llnttholer SSXlk Ashland Wilkes sired by lied Wilkes I49 ho by George Wilkes second by Pretender 3rd dun- byJintMonroe 835 toJllowof going with lots of speed style and action Ills first crop of colts came last spring nnd they were nil one could expect they all bear ing good colors with plenty of size and lots of style and finish Ashland llrook will make tho present season at to liuuro n living colt Jennetjnck11I1Ifor Jennets to Insure n living colt JIll y bytbePrince the sirs of Jon lllackburn nnd Brig noun Hilly Keene stands full hands black with white points nnd ns n breeder Is usnrlmssedas muieor etanet Jack hU colts always bringing the highest prices Stare a traded parted with or elsewhere for felt the Insurance and money becomes du at the time of such transaction KING EAGLE Xo Mol hllndblgbdark e goes all the gaits with pIvntyTjf speed style and action PKDiaiiKE Hired by Royal KlngSKU he Jncbon1i8181 was by till noted lire Ciibbellii I uxlng tonPH KliigKagles 1st dam Hip Uill she by Knglo ltlyd loll be by Old King byhHelUthoroughbrediNOTB breeder of tine colored and high styled colts all having plenty of size and action KUtgEngleat our stable two and onehalf miles West of i4tanfonlo the Hholby at thu low price of 115 to Insure n lltrpllu JImKtenebyhegrentn111yheenulddnmbytho by needier Jim Keene 1159j hands high black with white polntrngrunt mulo lack the sire of the colt and two ycnr old that won tint In their elation last year ut tho Kentucky mute Fair T H AltKIH Jt HOBT WOODS Phono 11 King a Htnnford Ky THE WARFIELD lehnudeYlrstdumNllughtcord 2ll sire of Uuttleton r record 20iAmurlcan Ilellu3 yr record mid others In 2so list n son olUnward lliiracurd 2253 sire of Onward Sllvcr Ytry and shredbyKinItrSllllruol1lHncludlng Colliers In 210 3rd dam Uotletliy Nutwood the sire In the list 90inNedbrTho Warfleld was bred to only 15 mares theWarliloldthe term Implies To say that ho has size eniplindzuthe1ualitiesconbined iiuchIYou should seo this horse Inlorn breeding You wlirnny you never looked at a oue 7damsMattibrlnoPatchentwoOtto Onward Oeorge Wilkes l Electioneer truttlngcrossesIIlIvlltQ4rcordOJ MdnthrlnoCldefKlcctloneer It3 flare Devil a great winner He won tho HhowIIIIINclass clmmplollllhip National Jforea HoneHhowIlihowhrNiclne3lirstNntlonal class llrxt Hoston Homo Hhow reserve Boston Horso Hhow HUllclnas second Boston HorsoHhow lift clans a sec ond Boston loran Bhow 110 class 2 reserve liastonBeau Idrll l111y sire of Princess Helen JlamIInmake the present season at our anti InsurerJAOKOONQUJmolt1 nllllteet Land Posted I Nottre Is hereby to the public that our land Is Trespassers will be punished to tho full oxtentot the law IDllllve- Iy no passing through the allowed II It AND EJ fll Highland Ky Have your colts castrated by T F Gross Crab Orch ard Ky Tho well known castrator of horses and horse doctor Phone In residence GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there to little difference In the price of ready male suits and a suit mode to your measure taken by an experienced tailor 1 have n hnndfome line of Hprlng A Hummer goods I can make from a low pace builness suit to Ihe finest dress suit Also Overcoati Trout in and Fancy Vests The company I rep r sent It second to none 110 HU1LEY TltlloriIMllord PRESTON 922 Vol IIvegnltldhowduelll winning at all the Kentucky ruIn and nbo nt the hone show nt Louisville StloubnndltenraCity lie It a brown hone with points IWi bonds high with line and high action Mired by Washington fib First dam tell liy Khoderlclc 101 second dam by Dviininrk It It uleltIR to coullue1 him ns the peo of tbli and adjoining countlei know hit record in n bow horse nudabo fur breeding rntbUrcbaanlitIbtohiurantliln colt Will keep mures on grass at K peri month bUt not responsible tor accident or traildOrnbUroha- NhyGALTON J29JO Sensors of 1O4 Hire of Calvin O HWi At Hums 2Vimud six others with trials from Sl to tll tti are the only ones that reer hand U d for speed Also the sire of one dam with one In the 390 list Hired b Inmbftta VH lees Yri9S the sire of rim In the 2D list 19 In rib and better claimed to la the gnntent sire In the world Ut dam ltnl ey Field igmnd dam of S with records of Irons tilT to XiUiMi h KnlleldJaW ton of Hambltonlun linn by Heeley s Atuerlran Htur Enfield 99 has a In IJ tits daughters have ft in Start or better stud ilam Quickstep Ken tUCK 1rlnceJaslreotJ Q Ia71 Imo- natl ijnnd dam of lain the zit list gal dons by vitI Joe sire of the dOIll of J t1 StR4JUutioncnrrdes the blood of four lending Uhluf families nmlUnmltlelonlnnlWIIKOI Mnuibrlna IRItOIlslUU hI aoultlOtnlnnnndhrltlt- Id the best in harness Classes mid rummer aeyIIW to I wlllI1 n ltrndonletltulles west of Hustonvllle on vlllo pike at f to insure n living colt Mon ey dun If mare U traded niter beliiR bred 1lenty of grass nt tl snvrd ex pressly for inaren no overstock mixed with mart have gross lots nod large stables for mnres to foal drain fed at cost Phone In residency UuitonvilleKxcliange M nounl- lustonlllla Ky Morgan DenmarkT- his line stallion will make the present toeblood than ktolllon as will Iw his pedigree IHUiimrk wnsslrWlby toe noted stallion On mportld1IlglAdy Morgan was out of aw show mares In Kentucky She was slid br Stonewall Jackson J K BAUGHMAN IDack jack with white points I6y hands high head and tars heavy bone was sired by TnrkliiRtons Napoleon J K Is nil excellent mule und Jennet Jack and n proven sure foul getter As n breeder he has taro n true anti proven second to none Inlhlsloenl Ity He will stand at the low price of 9 to Inmire ii living colt Jennets wunu terms ns mnres JOHN The noted Pam Oocjirnn lack has bee tried In this locality tar lOyrara mud give satisfaction He Is In splendid rendition to mnko the present season nail will stand nt the low Ilrle of r to Insure it living colt You run no risk inatruulshngsuchtu jack BULL Will stand n tine Polled Angus bull nt one dollar nt the gate Ho hits proven uu excel lent breeder Tho above nlentloned stock will stand at my born one mile North of Jreaehersvllle on the lancaster thud limb Orchard plkt Mares nnd grazed nt n reasonnbln ndividualnttarilongivenatattitre responsible should any acvldmitii occur II I IjTUH Stanford K D No1 llastln Phone 78 Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO VnyneburJllklnellrer prolxr- ty outbulldlngllnlCe schoolhouse Is worth the price Isa No 215 acres 2 titles Mouth of Ornb Or chard on the State rondo has a two stor house good barn orchard and Is well water ed about UU acre of this land Is bottom land add produces line crops A bargain nt 1I601 ii cash balance In ono nnd two years No 3113 acres on Buck Greek near Way neshurg 4room house burn and other out buliainus plenty ot water Cash price 2 SWNo 4101 acres near Level Ocean Rock castle Ky This fann lies n new 2 story count would cost to build now church 1000 and school This Is iinicehume ali can bo bought for 110 per acre cash re mainder In months No6IN3 acres adjoining the nbove farms 100 ncr s In culthat we III III of rooms good barn anti other outhulldlnltllnice or chard One of the ty Price 3500 half cash balance and 2 years No rSJl acres adjoining harms Nos and acre In cultivation balance In tint ber load white oak hickory and some tine cedar Has story log nnd good orchard well watered Dash price a1Wt4 No 7 ya ncres near Mnretsburg Ky1n- ncreln cultivation good dwelling house barn and necessary outbuildings line water und school church and H U station Price flJKW iS cash balance In one and two years No 1161 acres on Drnkoi s rrolll Crab Orchard This berm adjoins the rdko and Is n part of the Coo Evans farm This U line Innil stud In good condition nil necessary buildings This Is n bnrgnln a too per Nome No 17H acres ncnr n nice IIhnJIIJ with teceuary bullullagselc can be taught worth tno money No8 ncres ncnr Oonwny Ky near nil of this tarn lsbottom land One for con nnd meadow very good dwelling hosene- barn tend other buildings on county road 0 mites from Huron College Uash price I000For full particulars In regard to nil the above farms see or write I H Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky Spring Clothes I For Men Boys and Children I Our stock is larger and more complete than ever before Buy aGriffon BrandSpring Suit and have the best for your money in I quality and style and makeWo r all tho latest fabrics inlbrown tan grey stipes and plaids tome and See our clothes before you buy ebewheroI anti bo convinced of tho quality of our good SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps LttIdlitsand Gents Furnishings Etc If you try any of the Diamond Edgo Tool you will ueo no other Every thing branded D U wawa fromdGEORGE H HARRIS rarPerfect Heat1Ji Hot water heating is perfect with tho exception of this The motquitos Iwillhite you some during Winter If you can put up with that then let Aldridgo heat your homo so that you can enjoy nil your roots Hot water heating is clean economical anti regular No sudden clmugai in tempera tura You will save enough in Coal Comfort and Health t pay for Uio outfit in u few years S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky If You Want the Purest and Best Drugs get Them from STANFORD DRUG CO iI THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY- s BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED tIf you want your Prescriptions carefully filled and made from the Best and Pur West Drugs Call on me W B McRoberts rlDRUGG5J R TT