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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 7 1908 NO 10 Rev George 0 Barnes the Great and Good Mountain Evan gelist Dead Telegram wore received here Satur day announcing the death of Rev Gco 0 Barnes at Sanibel on Sanibel Island at the mouth of the Cntoosahatchio River on Uo gulf coast of Florida Mr Barnes purchased this Island from the U S government several yearn ngo and had since resided thoro life homo was known aa Tho Sisters It and his daughter Miss Marie Barnes and his married daughter and husband and son William C Barnes and Pudloy Cowan a brother ln law composed thu family Mr Barnes was SI years of ago He was born In April 1827 at Paint Lick Garrard county and his father was the Rev James Darnel familiarly known throughout the State as Father r Barnes lie was pastor of various Presbyterian churches in tho Stato un til his death Mr Barnes was educated at Centre College Ho later graduated In theology at Princeton Seminary Immediately upon his graduation he married Miss Jane Cowan of Danville and went as a missionary to India for tho Presbyterian church and was there during the Sepoy mutiny and had many hairbreadth escapes At one time ho was forced to tier from tho mutineers but rcachcdftho fort in safety carrying with him his two young children and his wife Ho returned to Kentucky broken down in health in 1861 After his recovery ho took charge ofI the Presbyterian church hero and his homo became widely known as Pink Cottage Ho held this pastorato until on account of some difference with his presbytery on account of doctrine matters ho resigned his post and left tho church At Pink College Bro Barnes taught and practiced healing by faith and some remarkable cures were effected Pink Cottage burn ed Bpmo seven years since but it passed out of Mr Barnes hands more than a quarter of a century ago Later ho went to Chicago where ho preached independent of any denomination until something In tho late Dwight L Moody ministry actuated him to return homo and begin mission work in the mountains of his native State whore hu won national fame as The Mountain Evangelist ills evangelical work was wonderfully successful and the decrease in feudal wars was duo largely to his wonderful Influence Literally thousands of persons confessed religion under his preaching After completing I his work in the mountains In 1880 ho turned his attention to tho larger cities and held successful revivals in Louisville and in Cincinnati going iron there to New York and Washington City whorl ho created great interest Mr Iirrio a wealthy man In Now York furnished Mr Barnes and his family sufficient money to go to London where ho preached for an entire year bringing thousands of persons to Christ His daughters sang during the services and performed on tho little organ which becamo as famous as the evangelist himself Taking his family with him Mr Barnes circumnavigated tho globe starting from New York Ho preached in India Australia and in many parts of Scotland returning to Danville in 1885 In 1877 ho held a meeting at the Christian church in that city lasting for three months and additions were brought to the church Ills wife died threo years ago nntl her r body was interred near their little home Sanlbcl Island and tho body of tho great evangelist will bo laid to rest by her grave Our older inhabitants remember his great meeting hero which lasted nearly 100 days during which thero were a largo number of confes sions Rev Barnes was held in high esteem hero by all and very dearly loved by a great many Ills taking away brings sorrow to many hearts A friend of Bro Barnes writes as followsAt Saturday morning April 4th 1008 in his homo on Sanibel Is land Fin tho much loved and revered evangelist George 0 Barnes passed from tho earthly house of his taber naclo into his Building of God an house not made withihands eternal in the heavens Jesus said Whosoever llveth and believeth in Me shall never die rJohn1126 This is tho bread which cometh down from heaven that a man may cat thereof and not die John 050 If a man keep Mysaying ho shall never see death John 851 This Mr Barnes loyally believed and faithfully taught We believe God made his faith realiza tion that he did not see death that his corruptible put on incorruption that his mortality put on Immortality and that Jesus come for him according to Ills promise in John 113 And if I go and prepare a place for you I will como again and receive you unto My self that where I am ye may be also Now with Jesus in the Fathers Chouse Mr Barnes is partaking of the fruit of his labor of love in his Masters vineyard crowned with lifo for faith fulness hero James 112 Rev 210 Crowned with rejoicing for winning men to God 1 Thes 219 Crowned with glory for feeding the flock 1 Pet 54 And crowned with righteousness for loving ids Lords appearing 2 Tim 48A faithful servant has entered into rest As ho expresved it Lifes fit ful lever Is over I look forward tothe unlinking from tho body of death to the Well Done of the dear Mas ter the Fathers house the rest that rcmaineth The joy of the Lord and forever written over nil A FRIEND Gov Hanley On Booze In a speed bootile republican con vention at Indianapolis Gov Hanley spoke in favor of endorsing the County Unit Bill and said Personally I have seen so much of the evils of the whisky traffic in the last tour years so much of its economic waste so much of its physical ruin so much of its mental blight so much of Its tears and heartache that I havo come to regard tho business as ono that must bo held and controlled by strong and effective laws I bear no malice toward those engaged in tho business but I hate tho traffic I hate its every phase I hate it for its intol erance I hato it for Its arrogance I hate it for IU hypocrisy I hato It for Its cant and craft and false pretenses I hato it for its commercialism I hate It for its greed and avarice I hate it for its sordid love of gain at any price I hato it for its domination in politics I hato it for corrupting influence In civic affairs I hate it for its incessant effort to debauch the suffcrogo of tho country for tho cowards it makes of public men I Irate It for its utter dis regard of law I hato it for its ruthless trampling of tho solemn compacts of Stato constitutions I hato it for tho load it straps to labors back for tho palsied hands it gives to toll for Its wounds to genius for tho tragedies of its mtght have beens ITiato it for tho human wrecks It has caused I hato it for the almshouses it peoples for tho prison it fills for tho Insanity it begets for its countless graves in potters fields I hate it for tho mental ruin it imposes upon its victims for its spirit ual blight for its moral degradation I hate it for the crimes it has committed I hato It for the homes it has destroyed I hate it for tho hearts it has broken I hate it for the malice it has planted in the hearts of men for its poison for its bitterness for the dead sea fruit with which it starves their souls Waiting Im not lazy Only tired With ambition Im not fired f Im just waiting For the call Fish are biting I That is all Im no loafer Take my word I can work When am spurred Ill get busy When I hear Fish are biting Dont you fear Just because I sit and dream Doesnt mean Ive got no steam When tho fish Are running free Thats the time You should watch me Detroit Free Press Gov Willsons numerous trips out of tho State remind us of Finnegnn Ev ery few days tho papers tell us hes aKin then In a while hos back agin and then the first thing wo know hes gone agin Thero are hundreds of citizens in tho State who have come to the conclusion that he is forever off on a good many things Ex Weak women get prompt and lust- Ing help by using Dr Snoops Night Cure These soothing healing anti septic suppositories with full Information how to proceed arc interest ingly 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 clno Wls for my book No4 Sold by Pennys Drug Store Mar eWt it shocking about Chollie Worthington Ho full out of his new airship when it got stalled a half rnfo up in the airy LillianHow did Chollio como to fall Mario Ho thought ho was in his automobile and jumped out to push it back hon ol Mr S L Bowen of Wayne W Va writes 11 was a sufferer from kidney disease so that at times could not get out of bode and when I ltd I could not stand straight 1 took Foloys Kidney Cure Ono dollar bottle and part of tho second cured mo entirely Foloys KidnoyCuro works wonders where others are total failures Pennys Drug Store 1 NEWS NOTES Appraisers have fixed the vnluoJof the stock in Judge James Hargis store at Jackson at 35000 R B Baldwin a Chicago drummer died of apoplexy in the Brown Procto ria Hotel at Winchester The Massachusetts Supreme Court decided that sympathetic strikes for preventing an employer from conduct Ing an open shop arc illegal President Lewis of the Mine Work ers Is making an effort for another con ference of miners and operators at Indianapolis between April 15 and 27 E J Job of Niles 0 has formed a company and purchased tho sheet mill at Ashland which will be reopened giving employment to about 500 men Thomas L Lewis president of tho United Mine Workers says there will be a joint convention of tho operators and miners of the central competitive field The Toledo lumbermen found guilty of violation of tho Ohio antitrust laws were sentenced to pay fines ranging from 500 to 1000 No jail sentences were imposed Andrew Carnegie has promised to in crease his endowment of tho Carnegie Foundation by nn additional gift of 5 000000 so as to provide pensions fox professors of State universities- A general strike has been proclaimed as a protest against tho fatalities in connection with disorder on tho streets of Rome when troops fired on and kill ed three rioters and woundedjlfl tbers- Disp itches to the mcrcantilejiKcncies Indicate further lli Improvements in the volume of business and the promptness of collections although conditions are still far from satisfacto rYe Germantown Mason county was threatened with destruction by fire when a residence a high wind Help was obtained from other towns and the blaze was gotten under control after two buildings had been de stroyedExpecting an attack by night riders who were said to bo forming at Kirk soy tho county officials of Calloway county appealed to the Stato authori ties and a company of soldiers was rush ed from Hopkinsvllle on horseback to MurrayA firo at Lynchburg Va which started in a tobacco factory owned by W G Dunnington a heavy buy er of Kentucky tobacco is laid at the door of agents of Kentucky night rid ers though no evidence to sustain tho charge has been produced Found guilty of a charge of arson Henry F McDonald opened fire in the circuit court room at Terre Haute Ind shot and killed William Eo Dwyer seriously wounded other officers and was himself seriously wounded Tho shooting followed the announcement of tho verdict by the jury H Full Details I think Ill sing A song of Spring And eulogize the buds Approve tho breeze And praise the trees In all their vernal duds Ill mention make As to the lake Where my ducklings play Describe the birds In glowing words And laudatory way And it would seem While on this theme Assuredly most meet To not forget The cloud of jet Or overlook tho sleet Ho Got What Ho Needed Nino years ago it looked as if my time had como says Mr C Farth ing of Mill CrcoK Ind TorII I was so run down that life hung on n very slender thread It was then my druggist recommended Electric HItters I bought a bottle and I got what I need ed strength I had one foot in tho grave but Electric Bitters put it back on again and Ive been well sinceover Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store floe Mrs Grace Joyce of Vevay Ind was given a verdict for 2000 by a jury as damages She sued a saloon keeper for selling liquor to her husband causing him to become intoxicated and re suiting in Joyce shooting and killing lease Harper Joyce was convicted and la now serving a life sentence The case is the first of the kind in Indiana J How to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis are thoso who aro habitually constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating tho liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Orlno Laxative FrulJ Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and is mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store- IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Willis Scars has been appointed post master at Shopvlllo Pulaski county- A G Wiseman for many years a jeweler in Harrodsburg is dead aged 75 The Supreme Court will hear arguments in the Berea College case next WednesdayProf dean of the Normal Department of Stato University Jex ington is dead lIe was born In Whitley county Garrard Dees a pauper about 60 years old was drowned Friday while attempting to wade Rockcastle river in Laurel county At the recent term of the Rockcastle circuit court Woolford Adams was given 18 years in tho penitentiary for kill ing William Hays and Charles King for killing Thomas Young caught a six year sentence Little Mary Rowland Welch daughter of Mr and Mrs Martin Welch died at the residence of her grandparents Mr and Mrs W S Rowland after an illness which begun with whooping coughAdvocate Brodhcad now has a full fledged telephone exchange with 28 phones installed and orders on the string for more A line is being constructed from Brad head to lIIatt which will be ready for business within a weekMt Vernon SignalA Louisville Nashville passenger train ran into a crowd of Ne gro miners 10 north of Barbourville killed one and injured two The Negroes werq asleep on the track and tho engineer did not have time to stop tho train The dead miner is said to bo John Foster of Pittsburg MIDDLEBURG Granville Lutes bought some shoals of various parties on tho Liberty pike at 4c He also bought a fat cow of J A Estcs at 3c Rev and Mrs W G Tilford attend ed the fifth Sunday meeting at McKin ney The next meeting will be held here Mrs Robert Cowan of Somer set is with her parents Mr and Mrs W T Coulter John Bates the drum mer was at homo Sunday Tho remains of Millard Warner whose body was found near Alex Hicks place Tuesday were taken to Dunnvllle for interment It is understood that ho had been a sufferer from heart dis ease for some time and there is no doubt but what ho came to his death from that cause Ras Combcst and a brother of the dead man accompanied the body to Dunnville J T Short bought a large store house of J K Coffey at Yosemite and moved it to the vacant lot in front of Mrs Belle Lawhorns store It was quite an undertaking and many said it could not be done but Mr Short thought otherwise and employed J B Wesley who with a stump puller piloted it along without any trouble Georgo P Garner will occupy it when it is made ready for use That languid lifeless feeling that comes with Spring and early Summer can bo quickly changed to a feeling of buoyancy and energy by the judicious use of Dr ShoopV Restorative The Restorative is a genuine tonic to tired rundown nerves and but a few doses is needed to satisfy tho user that Dr Shoops Restorative is actually reach Ing that tired spot Tho Indoor life of Winter nearly always leads to slug gish bowels arid to sluggish circula lion in general Tho customary lack of exorcise and outdoor air ties up tho liver stagnates the kidneys and ofttimes weakens the Hearts action Use Dr Shoops Restorative tl few weeks and all will be changed A few lays test will toll you that you arousing tho right remedy You will easily and surely noto tho change from day to day Sold by Pennys Drug Store l Thero are 1400 patients at Lakeland Asylum more than ever beforo jn tho history of the institution Louisville it is said has sent more patients recently than at any other time Most of them are business men who be clime demented over financial reverses Plenty Of Trouble Is caused by stagnation of tho liver and bowels To get rid of it and headache and biliousness and the poison that brings jaundice take Dr Kings New Lifo Pills tho reliable purifiers that do tho work without grinding or griping 25c at Pennys Drug Store Mamma is that bay rum in the bot tIo on your table Mercy no dear she replied That is mucilage Ohl said littlo Johnny perhaps hats why I cant get myhat off Tho physicians who are attending Ad miral Evans at Paso RobleF Cal say ho is not suffering from any organic trouble I Spring Clothes r r For Men Boys and ChildrenlOur stock is larger and more complete than ever before Bqy aGriffon BrandSpring 1 Suit and have the best for your money in quality and style andimake We have all tbo latest fabrics inrbrown tan grey stipes and plaids Come and S eiour clothes befdrc you buy elsewhere and be convinced of the quality or our goods SAM ROBINSON 4 STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La J dies and Gents Furnishings Etc J lrsj lalonal tank Jl Stanford JCy Organized SSS Capital Stock S5OOO0 t Surplus and Ifndioided Profits S9OOO Jffas paldf inDlvidends since Organization 1211 500 1 Smile Stern jfccounts on Our Ifforlts J OFFICERS DIRECTORS l Reid J H Baughman I S Rocker PresidentF tD Elmore J M Pettus S T Harrit Vlce President S H Baughman J F CumminsiMcHoberti CashierS T Harris James Robinson 4HPerfect Heat e i tS Hot water heating is perfect with tho exception of this Tho lotCwill bite you some during Winter If you can put up with that then t Aldridge heat your home that you can enjoy all your rooms Hot waterOitreating is cleat economical and regular No sudden changes in temIcrn1Lure You wilt save enough in Coal Comfort and Health ta pay for t11011outfit in n few years S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky da Great Bargains in Horse i 1 3 Collars Wagon and Riding Bridles i Geo DP Hoppers Stanford Ky r If You Want the Purest and Best a Drugs get Them from Ii- O Wilk O b Of l STANFORD DRUG CO j r v The Interior Journal R Co WALTON JOHN J MOSER It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count abject to toe action of tbe lemocratlo party M BRUCE Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject to tbe action of the Democrat party JAMES Co HAYS Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democrat party D C ALLEN Ii a candldnte for ofthelDemocr tlly subject to the action party DINK FARMER Ii n candidate for the Democratic nomln tlon for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the nctlon of the democratic party J W FOLEY Ii a candldnte for Assassorof Lincoln tour i ty subject to the nctlon of the democrat party M S BAUGHMAN Is a candidate for Wierlff of Lincoln count subject to the action of the democrat party HARVEY HELM Is n candidate for the democratic nomln tlon for Congress In this the Eighth dU trlct subject to the action of the democrat lo party TUB night riders continue their devil try and we are sorry that we can not chronicle the killing of a dozen or so of the cowardlyjscoundrela by the law abiding citizens who have felt their heavy hand Gov Willson who wa going to putan end to such lawlessness as soon asjhe got into the gubernatoria chair informs an anxious public that he has the matterwell in hand now and that before manymoons wax and wan many of thelguilty parties will be be hind iron barsland others will have been forced toquittheir meanness Let us all hope hcjwill bring about a speed change for the better Kentucky is being disgraced by the lawless bands who have nolrespect for the rights of othersnor for the good name of our great State Something should be done and done quickly Tim postoflke department statistic show that the rural delivery system pays its waynotwithstanding its very considerable cost Thd records show that in 1897 the initial cost of rural delivery wasonly 14840 but there was a deficit in thatlfycar of 11411779 Ten years later in 1007 the rural delivery expenditures had reached an ag gregate of 22755624 but the yearly postal deficit was only 6653282 Th fact appears to be that the rural deliv ery has proved a bringer in of new rev enue There has also been accomplished a saving of 12000000 through thi closing oflsmall postoflices and the dis continuance of star routes It has also proven of incalculable value to the far mer Its extension everywhere is demanded IT is not my intention at present either to call an extra session of the Legislature or to call out the militia and scatter the companies promiscuously over the State saidGov Augustus E Willson toe Louisville newspaper reporter Seems to us pne session of such a Legislature as the last one ought to suffice for a decade or so ON the fifth ballot the Indiana re publican convention at Indianapolis nominated James E Watson of Rush ville for governor Nearlylall the oth er nominations were made by acclama tion The delegates to the National Convention were instructed to vote and work for the nomination of Fairbanks for president THAT always readable paper the Central Record Lewis W Landram editor and proprietor has just rounded out its 18th year 14 of which time it has been under the present manage ment We hopethe paper will reach the century mark and that its clever editor will never die GEORGE E PURVIS who with Henry Watterson and Albert Roberts publish ed tho Republican Banner at Nashville just after the close of the Civil War is dead at Pulaski Va THERE must have been some swear ing off in Bowling Green A saloon keeper there has just been forced into bankruutcy FOUR prisoners escaped the George town jail but the number did not in clude one Caleb Powers POLITICAL William J Bryan was the principal speaker at a Jefferson day banquet in Des Moines Ia Delegates from all of the 13 counties in the Ninth Congressional district were instructed to vote for present incum bent J B Bennett for Congress John Mitchell former president of the United Mine Workers states that the President has offered him the appointment of special commissioner to study and report upon labor conditions in the Panama canal zone Mr Mit chell said ho could notaccept the offer now on account of the condition of his health d The Senate has confirmed the nomi nation of David Jayne to be Am bassador to Germany The President has appointed John S Leech public printer in the Philippines public printer at Washington to succeed Mr Stillings Democrats of the Philippines held a convention at Manila and condemned the Taft administration endorsed Bry an for president and declared for tariff reformDon Edwards says ho wrote to Caleb Powers offering to circulate his petition but never heard from in answer HI might find that letter deep down in his inside pocket if he would search thai is if he ever wrote itSomerset Republican Tho headqnarters of Gov John A Johnson of Minnesota candidate for the Democratic nomination for the Pros idency were formally opened in the Grand Pacific Hotel in Chicago Fred crick B Lynch treasurer of the Minnesota Democratic Central Committee and a close personal friend of Gov Johnson was placed in charge The Populist National Convention al St Louis adjourned after adopting a platform and nominating Thomas E Watson of Thomson Ga for president and Samuel W Williams of Vln cennes Ind for vice president Wher it was decided that nominations would be made the Nebraska and Minnesota delegates walked out of the convention Senator McCreary has contributed this tJ the editor of a New York pa per I note your statement that the World will appreciate an expression of opinion from me in answer to the question What is the best principle and what is the best policy to give the Democratic party new life My answer is insist on revision and reduc tion of the tariff omit new and unnec essary issues and stand on cardinal principles of Democracy as announced by Thomas Jefferson The Superintendents Meeting at Richmond Last week beginning April 1st and lasting until the 3rd there was held at Richmond a convention of the Superin tendents of the Eastern Normal Dis trict The meeting was primarily to promote the interests of the public schools of Central and Eastern Kentucky and also to discuss the new school legislation passed by our recent Gener al Assembly The new trustee system making the county the unit and requir ing one trustee to the schoolsubdis trict seemed to be the prevailing topic The E K S N S entertained the vis itors royally and we must say in their behalf that they have a splendid teacher factory The work is pro grossing nicely and has already exceed ed the most sanguine hopes of its ar dent supporters The recent appropri ations will help to relieve the conges tion caused by the recent influx to the Normal at the opening of the Spring term Both faculty and students are excellent examples of the strenuous Supt Ireland of the Stanford Grad ed School was present and assisted in the program by rendering several solos and doing other work This Annual Convention of the County Superintend ents is to add stimulous to education in our favored State Lincoln county hasher group of student who are working for promotion in their chosen profession and we should feel justly proud of her rank m the educational line as well Is others It is the consensus of opinion that a new era has dawned for the education of Kentuckys youths Let Lincoln county send her full quota of students and take rank among the fore nost Our possibilities and capabilities ire commensurate with the first so let- us make realities out of these The ause of education needs supporters and we feel that the opportunities era now ripe GARLAND SINGLETON Supt CHURCH MATTERS Some 13000 Mormons from all parts of the U S are at Salt Lake attending the 78th annual conference of the hunch of latter day saints So satisfactory were the results of the religious census of Frankfort taken two years ago under the direction of the Ministerial Association that it has been decided to take another this year Rev F M Ham the Kentucky evan elist who is conducting a crusade gainst the race track and liquor traffic at New Orleans received a threatening etter in which he was warned to leave he city A Maysvillo dispatch says The flood in Cabin Creek swept the big Methodist church at Fearis Lewis county from its foundation and it is now lodged in the middle of the turnpike about malt a mile below its original location- It cost about 4000 to build it and 700 for its furnishings It will probably bet total loss- Health Coffee Is really the closest otTco Imitation ever yet produced This clever Coffee Substitute was recently produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wls Not a grain of real Codec in It either Dr Shoops Health Coffees made from pure toasted grains with malt nuts etc Really It would fool an expertwho might drink it for toffee No 20 or 30 minutes tedious oiling Made In a minute Says the doctor Sold by Pennys Drug Store Here and There Perry Taylor has been appointed post master at Cress Pulaski county Cloy county has gone dry putting 48 saloons out of business John Burks a prominent farmer of the Burgin section is dead aged 88 Charles B Pare a wealthy retire manufacturer of Glasgow committed suicide by hanging H F Hillcnmcycr the noted fruit crop expert of Lexington thinks there is still a chance for fruit this year Riley Grannan the most spectacular figure on the American turf in years is dead at Rawhide Nov Ills mother lives at Paris Isaac 0 Lewis an aged and wealth citizen of Bowling Green was instant killed by a live wire which he picked up in thdsuburbs of that city Judge James E Cantrill tho noted lawyer and jurist died at Georgetow Sunday morning The funeral will take place Tuesday afternoon Mrs Ed Jones a prominent woma of Montgomery shot and a Negro burglar was attempting to pull her aged father through a window Louis Lundy the Negro with whom Congressman Hcflin had an altercation on a Washington street car has filed suit against Mr Heflin for 20000 dan ages Night riders made their appearance in Clark county Friday they destroyed the tobacco bed of Aquilla Thomas a tenant on the fart of Mrs Lizzie Gay Over 1600 persons took part in a Socialistic Central Palace in New York City Saturday Scores of police and detectives were on watch but the meeting was orderly A Twenty Year Sentence I have just completed a twenty year health sentence Imposed by Bucklens Arnica Salve which cured me of bleeding piles just twenty year ago Writes O S Woolevcr of LoRaysville N Y Bucklens Arnica Salve heals tho worst sores bolls burnt wounds and cuts In tho shortest time 25c at Pennys Drug Store INSURANCE fire Lightning WInd Htorm Life and isoldent None but the HTltONOKHT nd LEST Companies Ueprvsented Lowest Ioi Ible Rates Guaranteed Lou Paying Rte ltd 0ne jualled Talk with AHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 81 SPRING HATS Full Line of Millinery at Old Stand Furniture Carpets Rugs Etc Etc In Great Abundance and Variety G B Pruitt Moreland Chester S Thl son of Chester nan will snake the present season at my tarn l tulles Iron McKllllle on McKlnmy nnd Mlddlclmri pike at flu to Insure n Ilvlnir colt UKHCUIPTIOX Asa IKDIGKEK HO Is 0 black with star In forehead Id bands high wltltnllthe etyloand chnrncterfth of the Chester there family n good nctln horse and u proven breeder Bee him lx fnr hooking your mares If you are looking for i ood breeder nt It vine Hired by dies ter IarelittnntbyTtlegraph 2nd dam b nippy by SlanibrlnoC- hiefChester Peavine 3184 A HlI II In offering the service of this young ntul lion to the publlo do not hesitate to larhele the boil bred saddle stulllon that offered for survlco In this county thU year as bis breeding will show Hired by Ilex 1en vine hu by Ilex McDonald 1st darn Miss MnilUon 4rN1 sha by Chester Pare 2nd dawn by IVnvIno M more extended pods greo will be furnished on application This Htnltlon line tho best blood of tho saddle horse world In him Both 2nd dams by 1ea vine W crosses twice to Black 8 iulrrel twice to Htonewall Jackson once to Ihivo Akin 775 With tbe stylo nod finish of Cheater Dare tho stamina and action of reavlno bow can he breed wrong Ills Hire Hex IVn vine produced three championship winners of lust year In Kdna Mae I IIUlo and May Pay HeoandbreetoldneIfyouwant- the heat Will serve a limited number of mare at ka to Insure n living colt At the mule time and place will stand three us good mule Jacks oa can bo found In the country at the low prlco of IS to Insure a living colt- Moneyduewltltnil the above advertised tock when colt Is foaled or wben mare naves bands of own T nt time of ervlce or bred to other stock All care taken to pro vent accidents hut not responsible should snyoccur Grueclit rea onablH price Ul WiUUUKH McKlnney Ky AN ORDINANCE An ordinance to require both side of Dan street In Htanford Ky to bo paved puvolllentTho of Htnnford Kydoorduln as follow That the West Ide of Dunvlllu street In inning at the yard gate of W ai1riglit opening on and running to the Southeast corner of thu lot of John Hrlght Hronsaid street nnd Including till of same between these and that the Knst side of said street beginning nt the North west corner of the yard of J N MaundeR on said street and running to thu Northwest corner of the land of Mrs JulluM Him lying on laid street where sauna corner with the land of ItO Warren heirs and Including nil of laid street between these point bu pald with a concrete pavement live feet wldeln eluding the curbing which is to be six Inch wide which work shall be doue by and nt the cost of tho abutting land owners and they are allowed W In which to do said work trout and after the service of a copy of hiordlnnnee on them If they prefer to nake the Improvement named themselves each land owner to pay for so much of sold lavement fie fronts its propertyIHaldpuvunt tl to bu constructed according to the following directions An excavation S Inches below the level of the pnvumont II to bo first made which Is to lilt tilled In with Dose cinders seven Inches thick to Ixitnmp et1 to a thickness of live Inches This to be covered with six Incllla of grouting com POled of six of Hpnrk crushed atone to one Port of Portland cement to be topped off with two piirtu of Bpnrk screened rushed stone to one pint of Portland ce nent the whole pavement to be 12 Inches In Time surface of the pavement Ia to- IJe smoothed oil with a trowel lupervllIonof the pavement to lie used by mid committee The curbing I to ho of the tame uaterlal as the pnvumont This ordinance halt take effect from and after Itl publicat tlon by copies being posted at three place In Htanford Ky A Ii FLOHKNOE Mayor- L ItHughes Clerk NOTICE I Persons having against the estate ofT J Yowterwlll please present llm to me property proven at once II Hotter admr GILIEIT CREEK BARGAIN STORE Take no ones worst for it but come and see my now Hprlng Hutu Al o 1ieco bode A few iiilti at colt left yet will bo very grateful for your patronage n J SMITH Notice To Contractors p Vfo are read to receive bldi for a turn pike to bo built from Klngsvllle Ky to the Casey county line n UUtnuce of Lout r34 mile Tbecontrnct will IM let nit n whole or sections of onu half mile or more Plane anti sjicclllcnllouj for the construe tlon of till pike ran bo obtained on iippll rnllon to the undersigned All bids trust bo sealed and sent In not later thtin Mnyj5 The supervisors reserve the rlKht tii reject any anti nil bids J McKee J W Acton U A Walter supervisors urge forexammsuonorecientlncal tug eyes by uptodate methods Irset In an workICentral Telephone Uutldlng llnitonvllli Ky L r Ow ELL Graduated Optometryst Choice Goods Forted January 1UB black with whll points 1U hniuls Hired by Wonder uand out of Ohenault Jennet 647 Wonder wa ilrvd by Helknap he by Imported Heikna Choice noodsdiitu Is by Jumbo Importet lie was bred by Charles Chenault of Uosn nn Humner county Tenii and Is n great In dividual Ho won the blue tie In the sweep stake ring at the Pilate fair at Naibvllle till tine many morn blue tin to his credit He Choice uoods before 0 breed Ha wll servo Jennets at 13 amid Mares at 111 to In sure living colts Will stand two other lacks at to incur living colts alto stand the magnificent draft shil lion ieorga Herrnt tin to Insure n llvlni colt M HAUUHMAN Htnnford Ky Dorsey Golddust 12052 Full brother to Kitelle SIWi Hired Xilciull lolddtiit 4UO IHim Florence ly Golden MlnKo Chief tracing buck to Justli Morgan on both sides milking him nn In tensely Inbre j Morgan stnlllonHe u n dart hands nnd neighs pounds As breeder he has few uqunlsa ml form breeder of highclass slow and ran horses combining nil the qualities for bar neuand saddle nnd In demand at amid loot his get having sold for IIUAW II and 4yrnroldi only Shrill broken tmr owl raising have sold In the pnst year for un average of t3- 1orseyltoldduct will make the ptont season nt my farm smear Btunford at 10 Insure n living colt Also n large nnd line Jack n gram sou of Toni Keenennd Joe Illnckhurn to Insure a living colt Stare kept nt 100 revponsiltpclllyPItKID Danville Ky DON VARRICK aThis magnificently bred young stallloi will snake the season u1104 at my place In litnnlord Ky IIttttor known sic the Ir lint ley place nt its to Insure ii living colt lon nlrInshort back excellent bone nnd nne niimlin Just the type you are looking for to breed your mnrts Don Varrlck Is by the great Unwnrd Hllver 2Ny that sold for luu hob Onnll tone ui the very best soils of George Wllkesi Onward was out of Dolly nnd no mare ever produced to such Illustri oils sons us Onward and Director Onward Hllver won the Tnulmnln In IWi In a 1 heat tact defeating such talent as Music Jay u6y4anut Chain Hhot The snow year ho won tilt llanner Memorial nnd Mastn chusetts In broken heels lion Vnrrick tit dons by Wllbes Boy by George Wllkesand B full sister to The Wag Ma rpbyltoggsireyEag ethedant of Mcd linu Ihlt the dam of Itubber 2ai Winchester ZilV Hilly Wilton t iunnd Mil It 2 SI This rich Inberllnncti of speed end blood lines should appeal to the public who wishes to breed Males kept nt ICc per day All taro taken but will not or escapes DlhllAlEItitiHtnn- fordWeak Kidneys kldneJNelTeiStomach Sad their weakneu not In the omn Itself but In the nerves that control and curds and strenz hen them Dr ehoopi KotormUT U a medicine specideally prepared to reach theM controlling nerts To doctor the Kidneys alone II futll L a wseim of time and 01IlIOOI fie your jack ache or Is weak Ii the tune se ldorbdarkandstrongIfyouhaysymptoms of Btlrbb or other dlatreuU1 or dangerous kid ne y disease try Dr Ehoopi Kestontlrg a month Tablets or nee what It em sad will do for yon DruggIst recommend and u rteShoops RestorativePENNYS ALMONT DARE Sired by Dignity Dare ll H H no bycheetor Dare 111he by llleck 14qulrrel- he by Ile by Kin WII- IInll1l17 It dnni A TH Itsheby AWdlnhlroU1brln be- hy Almont Si 2nd dam Lady Davis by Orlt I y Foreign lght b9hlForeigInerlbyisiuporrt ed Uleneo 4th damn Mettle u by Cunning hams Copper lotto III Situ dam by Imported luzznrd NOTB Almont Mare oa we mire able to discover la the first horse on record hay- Ing to Ills credit the honor of defeating with ils own progeny those of his great sire Dig ally Dare doing lolult year every tlmo omlnR In contact with them As an lull vidual this In a very nttrnctlvo horse stand Ing 19 hand with style A beautiful my with manners unparnlelleil even by u Illy A remarkable show horse In names Itnll under HhowsS distinct saddle nil very fast and pleasant with ipeed of its minute clip in harness One cannot conceive of it liner bred horso tracing fl lines to horses on his dma side clone traces to Imported Messenger timer- ImpDlomedeahubs to Imp nuartird I lines times Imp Plahsor Jnitlnoru Florlzol Matchen Kllnnap lluckfast Traveler mind others This la u mire opportunity to breed to one of America lItoat at Win also stand twojjood mule Jacks at Ieach Will make the season of luas nt m unite 2H mite from Hustonvlllo onl1ulton- vllle nnd Liberty turnpike Gross furnished nnbundnnco at K per month Not rcupon Ilble for accidents E S JIustonvllle14 CRITERION I Possibly there is not a make of Mens Cloth ing on the market today more familiar to the people of this county than is the Criterion I and I believe today they are the best makers of coats in the land Its the fitting snug of the collar the curve of the well padded shoulder J Without these you are not well dressJed See What we have in our line to 25 You will be pleasediH J McJROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY FISHING TACHIE Reels 60 cents to 750 Reel Poles 75 cents to 225 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 No 310 Au tip to nto Roller Flouring Mill of CO barrel capacity loca ted in tho heart of ono of the beet wheat belts in the State and within 40 feetof Trunk Line Railroad This is an old established plant with fine ciis turn trade Warehouse barn etc Can bo bought for 85500 Brick Manufacturing Plant with daily capacity of 35000 dry house and full equipments together with several acres of ground on which plant is op cratingnice suburban home of 12 acres with new residence and outbuild ings and one or two nice resident properties in very best resident part town whichwo will exchange as a whole for blue grass firm with good provements and well located ofI No171 240 acres six miles Southeast of Wayncsburg on luck 125 acres in timber 100 acres bottom land Two dwellings on farm one 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 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 Agencyy M Somerset Ky t f New Tailor Suits You will want your new suit when the pretty days come Wo have them null they are not mndo by guess they nro beautifully mndo nnd the styles hail materials arc correct Let us show y yi our new Silk Jumper Suite They are benutios Net nnd Silk Waists Just in n pretty line of wnieU in Net and Silk nt 83 to 760 I SEVERANCE STANFORD SrANFoRD KY Amu 7 1908 HEO Cedar Flakes nro made from tho wood of genuine red cedar and ore n euro protection against maths 15c a package drug store PERSONALS Mils L U HKTON visited her par r t cnU nt Brodhcnd EZRA ESTBS of KlnK vllle Js very III with consumption Mitt H P WATTS and family have I moved to tho Highland section Mils A ADDAMS of Crab Orchard was hero with friends Saturday MRS JOHN SIIEBKON loft Sunday to visit her daughter at Indianapolis MR J II STEPHENS of Lexington was a caller at this once Saturday Mfta A C HlU was tho guest of tho Mints Collier at Crab Orchard Mn A T NUNNELLEY arrived from i Texas Saturday to visit tho homofolks MRS DEXTER OAUX U and children arc with her mother at Crab Orchard MRS JAMES MERSIION of Lebanon Junction is with her mother and sisters hero Mils J II BROWNING and handsome t boys of Livingston were guests of f Mn William Fields MR SAMUEL CAMPIIELL of tho Per r ryvillo section Is with his relative Mn W II Mueller EVERETT M STONB who Is operating r a Linotype machine on the Courlerlour nal spent several days with hi parents hero ETHEL WALTER of Lancas IMISSUS Mottle Leo Hubble of North were callers at this ofllco Sat urdayMiss JEAN UUCHANAP who has been at Naples on the Gulf since January is expected home on JMonday Loulstlllo Times MR THOMAS DAMSON Is threatened with fever at the homo of his brother Dr R L Davison Two of Dr Da visonf children are also ill MRS J W COCKING and niece of McKinney have returned to their homo after a visit with Mr and Mn Clerk Moore Somerset Republican Rev D M WALKER of tho Christian church Is with typhoid fever at tho St Asaph Hotel lie was taken sick the early part of last week A trained nurse from Louisville Is wnltlng on him Mn W SlIUGARS wife and son W K of Stanford were visitors hero Sunday Mrs Jesse Wearen of Stan ford attended the millinery openings t Miss Pearl Aldridgc of Stanford has been visiting relatives here Mrs Elizabeth Estcs of Stanford was visit Ing her aunt Mrs Mattlo EstesLan caster Record LOCALS FOR flower pots go to Farris FOR really suitable wedding presents go to W lh Mueller Jeweler t JOHN SMITH agediabout 70 died at KingHvllle Sunday night after a long illness lie leaves u wife but no child rentIIT is reported John Murphy has soW his farm of 337 acres in the West End to a North Carolina party for J30000 Fon Hine extra nicoJersoy r t a cows Quality and ages good suitabl- for dairy use Also some registered Jersey heifers C T Ilohon Son Lebanon REMEMBER to patronize tho entertain ment at tho Graded School Friday j night An interesting program will be given one that all can enjoy GRANVILLE DUNCAN who died Fri day was a member of tho Macabees having joined less than threo months ago Ho carried 2000 Insurance which wo are told is mado payable to his brother Mr Winfred Duncan NOW Is tho tlmo look foryour bug gy buckboard or carriage for Spring f and Summer use Big lot to select from Also harness farming imple ments wagons etc E T Pence Joo Leo Ware aged 14 years son of Joo F Ware a wealthy farmer of Uoylo was found dead in bed Heart failure is thought to bo tho cause De ceased was a nephew of Mr F M Ware ofMcKinneyO- WING to an accident to my manager Mr Farmer I desire to sell ono fresh cow ono soon to be fresh threo strip peT8 two of which are Jerseys If not sold privately will have on market court day W M Bright IGET you a Clipping Machlno and your sheep nice E T Pence CLOTHES cleaned dyedandrepaired at Cook Farmers barber shop UtlOOY and wagon harness best styles and lowest prices J C Mc Clary WK need n firstclass painter None others need apply Goyen Freemun Stanford HAIR goods justin putTs switches of all kinds at Miss Ella May Saunders SIIVERLACB Wyandotte eggs puro strain for sale Mrs J A Rice Stan ford Phone 99 ring 6 NEXT Monday is county court day as well as horse show day and people will likely be hero from the lead mines Tile Ladles Aid Society of the Christian church will meet with MnT P Hill Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock FOR SALE Eggs from Barred Ply moth Rocks single comb Leghorns and Black Mlnorcos Also plants of all kinds Ed Hubbard Mn P G WARNER Is preparing to build a cottage on tho lot on Logan Avenue adjoining his home Work will begin this week CALL and see my lino of buggies carriages runabouts etc before buying elsewhere I can save you money J L McKee little Hustonvlllc TUB I N will run an excursion from Stanford to Louisville on Sunday April 19 at 175 for the roundtrip Special train leaves hero at 615 A M GKORGB W GENTRY tho wellknown colored lawyer politician and revenue man was married some days ago to Miss Dlancho E Campbell a Russell yule millinerIrent Events Club this month The next meeting will be the third Thursday In May Tho place of meeting will be an nounced later I WAS in the citylast week and pur chased my line of millinery goods It will pay you to call and see my styles and get my prices before you buy Miss Mary Phillips HUGH MURRAY the Danville jeweler ha filed a petition In bankruptcy He has liabilities of 14000 and assets of 11000 Cincinnati New York and Chicago dealers are his creditors SAM MAGEE and another prison guard passed up to Mt Vernon Sunday with Joo and Harvo Norton and Levi Roberts sent up from Rockcaatlo county They were to testify yesterday in an important case IAM just from tho cities where bought a beautiful line of millinery which tho ladies of Crab Orchardand vicinity are cordially invited to call and see Millinery to please all Como early Mrs S J Tatem Crab Orch ard MRS C M YOUNG of Highland was hero Saturday soliciting funds to complete th i Methodist church at that thoseeof our to a cause should send Mrs Young a dona tion THERE will bo an interesting debate recitations dialogues and other forms of entertainment at Graded School Chapel next Friday night Attend and give encouragement to this line of work Admission 15c 25c and 35c Proceeds to go for school purposes A SWEEPING order for concrete pave ments was made at tho meeting of the city council Thursday night Pare month are ordered all over town and when completed they will add greatly to the convenience comfort andap pcaranco of Stanford Councilman Georgo B Saufley Introducedand fought for the good measure WE desire to sincerely thank tho good people who were so kind to Granville C Duncan in his illness and death Mr and Mrs Ed Hubbard at whoso homo ho died were like a father and mother to him Mrs Klttio Smith of Mt Ver rion who nursed him was over at his bedside his physican did all in his pow or and his young friends were an ever ever present help and comfort J N Menofeo and family and Winfred Dun can Its A Lonesome Feeling To sec others out in their new Spring clothes you not because you have put it off from time to time Our stock has just reached its zenith in variety antI volume aid tho time is ripo for you to make your selections SONSEE tho Merry Widow waltz hat pins at Miss Ella May Saunders NEW lino of picture mouldings and furniture just in J L Dcazlcy Co New lino of Hart Schaffner Marx clothing just received Cummins Wearen THERE will be vocal and instrumental music at Graded School Friday evening April 10 NEW case of mill just received come in and get your choice Miss Ella May Saunders I HANDLE the Genuine Virginia saddle Have them in stock now J C McClary Stanford PURE SC Brown Leghorn eggs for sale Write or phone Mrs Robert L Berry Hustonville Ky CALL and see us in our new room in tho Odd Fellows building corner Main and Depot streets Cummins Wear en McKlNNBY MrshV Moore of McKinney will have a nice line of mil linery by Easter to which she cordially invites all tho ladies to call and exam ine before purchasing PROP J W IRELANDS letters to the INTERIOR JOURNAL of sights at the Na tional Capital are very interesting and they very minutely describe life in Washington Liberty News To TilE TEACHERS OF LINCOLN COUN TYAn expression from the teachers of the county is desired as to the Insti tute Wishing to yield to tho wishes of the majority and having heard ex pressions favoring an Institute of our own county rather than a tri county to bo hold elsewhere I feel that a senti ment of tho majority should decide the matter As yet wo have no definite arrangements as to instructor etc and wo feel that it is due tho teachers of tho county to have dvoice in the mat ter Drop a card to mo voicing your wishes If a withdrawal be made it should be done at once as three meet ings havo been held ono in each coun ty Sincerely Garland Singleton school superintendent SToNaMrW Thomas Stone died at 1 oclock Saturday afternoon Al though he had been in bad health for some time ho was not considered dangerously ill In fact ho was sitting on the porch of his son Nccley Stones horne less than an hour before death came Dropsy was his trouble Do ceased was 70 years old and a clever bigger hearted man never lived in this section He was a carpenter by trade and an all round mechanic Many years ago he married Miss Mary Tray lor who died over a dozen years ago She was burled at Goshen and Mr Stones remains were laid by her side Sunday afternoon after short services at tho grave by Mr J C McClary Three sons Messrs John M William T and Necley Stone and two brothers Leo H of this place and Fred F Stone of Danville survive and for then much sympathy is felt Early in life Mr Stone united with tho Christian church at Hush Branch and ho did not move his membership when that church was dissolved DUNCAN After a brief illness of ty phoid fever in its most malignant form Granville Cecil Duncan died atll oclock Friday morning Ho was taken ill at tho home of Mr and Mrs Ed Hubbard where he was assisting the former with his garden and it was at their homo that he breathed his last Deceased was 19 years old in December anda good portion of his life had been spent in Stanford Ho was a son of Mr and Mrs Granvillo C Duncan both of whom preceded him to tho grave Mr Duncan dying when Granvillo was only two months old His mother died some six or eight years ago Ho leaves a brother Winfred Duncan and a half sister Miss Nannie Herring who is a daughter of Mr Bright Herring of the Hcdgovillo vicinity Young Duncan was a nephew of Mr John N Menefee at whose homo he had lived for some time lie was a clever welldisposed young roan and liked by every one He joined tho Baptist church in his extreme youth and wo hope that he is now bask ing in the sunshine of tho God Who gave him Short funeral services by Rev J Murray Taylor wero held at the grave in Buffalo cemetery Saturday afternoon after which the body was laid to rest A large crowd was present to witness the last sad rites Go to Hoppers for tho cheapest and best horse collars NEW shipment of buggies just in Sed them E T Pence FOR ORRENTGreenhouse and florist business in Lancaster Ky for sale or rent at very reasonable fig ure No opposition in flowers or vege table plants Heavily stocked and will sell or rent June 1 without stock have other business Call and investi gate John Christman Jr Lanhcas ter Ky Home In Lexington to Trade or or Sell Jdelrtstylethudtlmn half block from street cur lino Con talus seven rooms Rood big cellar bnth room nnd n very largdining room ed not far from MdttoCotlegu and so of the lIulllllnllIsand grape arbor in yard Fine cistern Will either trade or sell on easy terms J H AvePhotographprospective purchasers ere Invited to call laud see It PUBLIC SALE pubIleu f Morelnnd Ky on TfEHltAYAlUILIITHThe following described property fair S yr lutes KJltlmncli well broke OnTllllfIlIllnold Illlvj dam by On TUne sired y Jill TImelfl1of tbojti fresh Yearling Cattle M or W Hogs 75 or Nlpounders SO OldIllckarycr Hoosier lnso Drill with fertiliser and grass seed nttnrlimentii Dlio Harrow UlinniDlon Mowing Machine Hay Hake NIIIJ Olltr Uhllhll flows Wheat Fan Feed Gutter Set Wagon Harness Plow o ofTimothyKurnltui un other things too numerous to mention Terms made known on tiny of nle J J WltlOHT Morelnnd Ky Quarterly report of TfECR DOJCPAID BANKING GOI At the close of business March Kei ources Loans and discounts 131557 Overdrnftsunsecured 220173 Dun from Nat banks 4771 banking houso and lot 1iOO 00 Furniture nnd fixtures ijeeo 00 Hpecle 10T4 Ourrency 1200 00 Current expenses 81317 MMII8i IJabllltlesi Capital stock f 15UU Murirlua tumid 1400 00 Undivided groins 1018 28 Individual deM 1I1 46CM It hills redlicounted 500 pl Reserved for taxes In t67 t1t e5 J O BAILEY Cashier Commissioners Sale l Lincoln Circuit Court In obedience to n Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered nt the special Starch ttrlllll1Sln tho actIon of n U Wlirrenl against IL U Warrens heirs etc the undcrtlgned Commissioner will at nt oclock r on Monday- APUILSOthlHUH In front of the Court House door III Mlanfurd Ky sell nt public outcry to the highest and best bidder the tract of about acres of land on Danville street tit Lincoln County Hounded on the North by tho land of urn Julia M Shins on the East by the land of W T atone on the youth by the laud of J N Maunders Helm helm anti Mabouy and on the Wllt by the Mtnufon- lt URIII of the sale Is to satisfy the indebtedness of It U Wnr ron amounting to Itiwand the costs of this proceeding TKBMH fhO sale will bo made on a credit of six months The purchaser will bo re quired to execute bond for purchase price with good security payable to tho CotiVr bearing legal Interest from dato of sale until having the force nnd effect of u Judg went and also secured by lien on the The purchaser will get 1U C Warrens Inter est in wheat crop growing on land GEO D SAUFLEY M C U C C WANTED 1 My old friends nnd the public In general partnershipIner who cornea to me well recommended with seventh years experience In Chicago In dlanapolli and cities and we guaran tee our work to be second to none In house painting In all its branches such ni deco line nnlth graining paperhanging and cleaning Fresco worlcn specialty Our mottos llest material bone work live and let live price Wo are no agents for any foreign house or linn and pntronlro home dealers live us n trial wo will please you Estimates promptly furnished on city and country work 17u Oolley Hotel ROBERT MclJIKHBON Stanford Ky The cheery robins note conies twittering from the bough Tho time to piitnt nnd decorate U fust np proaching now All nature Is decorating thou McPherson and Walker nrtllo men to get Wcnuso nature shows them how That they understand their business nil people allow Thuy your dining room or parlor with beau Whether It will bo of the hammer or driver of the plow We will servo you well and treat you right this Is our solemn vow IIdlIfalways wish yqu hod McPherson 4 Walker Falntlngaralnlnir luper flanging and Cleaning lJecorntlnl and Froseoing a specialty Coffey house Phone Stanford y fI Separate Spring Coats I Wo have ri big line to choose from from the medium price fancy and co vert to handsome Silk coats Price 8450 to 81850 NEW NOTIONS New Square Veils at GOc to 8150 New Chiffon J 1 Vpiling 25c yd to 45c New large Dotted Veililg 25c to 40c KELTS Endless varieties in Leather Elastic Gilt and the new Straw Belts and Bows e South East Corner Main and i I Depot Streets I i New Dress Goods 17 We now have the fullest and most complete and up to dateline of Dress Goods it has ever been our pleasure to show you t Como to us for your Mohairs in White Blue Black Brown and Tau from 50c to 81 per yard Panamas in Blue Black and Tan 50 to 81 per yard Voiles in White Blue Brown and Black at 81 per yard New Fancy Mohairs for Full Suits Persian Braids in the latest patterns See our window for your I New Silk Waist tGive us a trial and we can satisfy you j TRIBBLE HUGHES IDry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House I STANFORD KENTUCKY III Try Our Baby Chick Feed rThe 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 healthy growth yourhenscirculation and makes them lay Try our oyster shell also IW H HIGGINSI J THECHARLES t 1 WHEELER t EMPORIUM r clearance Sale is Continued until further Notice My Cut Rate Shoes and Slippers on salo now at 50c on the Dollar Professor Aeolian of New York Will give a Musical Concert every afternoon anti DUrilg the Displaytof the Merry Widow hat ho will render the Merry Widow Opera CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000ISurplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIERIJOHN 0 REID BOOKKEEPER H C CARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEPR OIREOTORSl J B Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John tjCash1fH l I1 The Interior Journal I 1Inkred in the PottOffice at Stanford at tuenddatt matter ri rDBUSHBD TUESDAYS AND TfUDJLV AT h 5100 PER YEAR CASH 7 ft When not so pdit will be charged Ii f L tN TIME TABLE NoSl8outhniJlPM No SJ south 1JSO PM No Jl North 4S A No a North S1S p u i JOSS RICE Agont Lumber For Sale it All kinds of Rough Luuibcr for sale mils filled on short notice Grist mill In connec tion Mill on Oreen river Jumlo rond lii miles East of McKlnnuy Terry A Newell McKinney K- yRhode f Island Red Eggs Rhode Island lied KRIS II M for II for 45 rJV for 100 I am agent for Cypher Inc cubators and Urooders Mrs L B COOK Stanford Ky Jesse W Sweeney l TBOPBIKTOB Livery Food sad Sale Stable Lancaster Ky B D CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phone 96 5TANFORDKENTUCKL 10 REWARD I Tor the nrrest nnd conviction of nny person trespassing farm day or night or doing Injury to stock In traveling the pub lie highways or Injury to tock rrolll the lands of other people This rlwllrll refers to past present and future also offer n spec LarpenterIA S PRICE t Surgeon 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 Inslring Nothing b t firstclass Companies Repre sented Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY TreesFruit and Ornamental Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Our strawberry plants are money makers Try them Write for free catalogues We have no agents H F HlLLEXMFAEU SOX- 9Ltxington Ky Ji L Bepzley CO Undertakers and Embalm r ors Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRuga They willexchange Furniture for all Kinda of Stock tr Give Them h Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McCIary e andDealer 4ISTANFORD KY Office Phone Home l boLO 85 zMJ FARMERS DEPARTMENT Baled hay is selling In Bourbon at from 11 to 12 per ton S J Bell bought in Casey and Rus sell counties 52 cattle at 21 to 5c Two family mares for sale or ex change for cattle John Lutes Stanford NICE lot of locust posts for sale at Jumbo Ky D C Sipple Stanford R F D No3 At the combination sale at Mt StcrN ing 87 horses averaged 14650 Two yearold mules sold at 135 FOR SALE8 brood sows will raise pigs this spring three of them thoroughbred Durocs R L Berry llluston ville Ky Tom Cain writes us from Wan Town six miles south of Kingsvillc thatthere are a good many hogs for sale in his section nnd to notify buyers of the fact 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 II C Anderson Stanford FOR SALERed hornless bull calf sire and dam both hornless Extra good one Also two nice phaeton ponies Can be driven by ladies and hare not afraid of automobiles Box 161 Stan ford Ky A barn at Elmcndorf stocks farm in Fayette owned bv J B Haggln was burned and 33 thoroughbred mares and 11 colts were destroyed All mares were with foal exccptltwo The barn was worthl6000 and is a total loss Joe Brown Jr the famous stallion owned by Jim Beazley of Stanford is here and will make the season at the fair grounds This horse has taken the blue at every fair shown for the last several years and is considered by all horsemen as one of the best stallions in the State todaySomerset Times Joe Brown is in charge of Roy S Beaz ley an expert handler of horses and a mighty clever fellow Death Was On His Heels Jesse P Morris of Skippers Va had a close call in the Spring of 1006 He says An attack of pneumonia left me so weak and with such a fear ful cough that my friends declared consumption had me and death was on my heels Then I was persuaded to try Dr Kings New Discovery It helped me immediately and after take ing two and a halt bottles I was a well than again I found out that New Discovery Is the best remedy for coughs and lung disease in all the world11 Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 50o and Trial bottle free Acting Gov Cox remitted the jail sentence of two years given Felix Felt ner in the Clark circuit court more than two years ago The remission was recommended by the officials of Clark county including Judge Benton as Feltner had already sold his farm to pay the fine of 3000 assessed against him at the same time the jail sentence was given him Feltner was fined for contempt of court in assisting in smug gling his cousin Mose Feltner and oth er witnesses away from the trial In the damaga suit of Mrs Marcum against the Hargises Pain anywhere can be quickly stopped by one of Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets Pain always means con gestion unnatural blood pressure Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets simply coax congested blood away from pain centers These Tabletsknown by druggist as Dr Whoops Headache Tablcts simply equalize the blood circulation and then pain always de parts in 20 minutes 20 Tablets 25c Write Dr Shoop Racine Wis for freo package Sold by Pennys Drug Store David who admitted he was a racetrack tout was before Judge Foster in General Sessions in New York for sentence He had pleaded guilty to stealing 100 worth of umbrellas from a department store Why did you steal these umbrellas Wanted to pdt up something for a rainy day Judge replied Douglas with a grin Judge Foster gave hlm six months app MATRIMONIAL A Lancaster dispatch says Miss Henrietta Arnold of this city and Webb Ramey of this county eloped to Knoxville and were married The bride is said to be under age and relatives at tempted to Intercept tho fleeing couple but the effort proved futile The bride is a nephew of Hugh T Logan The New Pure Food and Drug Law Wo are pleased to announce that Foloys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles is not allect ed by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recom mend it as a safe remedy for children and adults Pennys Drug Store Headquarters for Goy John A John son of Minnesota candidate for the democratic nomination for president have been opened in Chicago It is announced that John J Mitchell who has just resigned tho presidency of the United Mine Workers of America will establish a labor journal 1j4 t arww This May Interest You No one Is Immune from Kidney trouble so Just remember that Foloys Kidney Cure will top the irregularities and cure any case of kidney and bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach of medicine Pennys Drug- Store rWhen the herring season is at Its height something 6000 miles of nets are set nightly in the North Sea Stonewall Jackson Jr This line black Huddle Rtnllton was sired il the great umldlu brotdlnu stallion Old Htoiunvnll This colts dim was a Itonmnrk mare Helm nice wit lie tins colts to provo hU Rood breeding Will stand atSS to insure until vrennlng time I hold lien on nil colt until paid or lUrrcnmnres miide to stand by the impregnator Billy BreckinridgeT- his fine binck was Bred by Major John IJ Harriss Imported Jnck He will make tho season ol MM nt my burn nt s to Insure n colt until wi unln tlmo Ills tot of 1W7 Is now on my farm to show for his good breeding He Is n sure fonl getter A T Troy tor t Hons llpn1 lit lUll breed Ing form Htnufonl 1U F D NI Beau Naboth 45006 By Naboth 10116 lIyNonlIlhi 4 by Metropolitan UT1 by llnmblrton Inn 10 and den Josephine by Mambrlno Htnrllght noil by Ditrltxiy 4ll4thdnm Mary Wit hers by Oliver thoroughbred 6th Cum by Wagner 6tb dam by Trunby Tit dam Thornton Rattler Items Noboth U n handsome bay standing Ias3y hands of great sty lo imd action and has proved his ability to Impart his qualities to his boils Will stand at the faun of Felix White 4 mllen south of Stanford near Homeriit pike nt 115 to Insure a living colt Mares from a distance grazed at JJO Money duo whets nmre traded or pnrtod with or bred elsewhere The best personnl care taken though no retpollllbllltfror ac cidents or escapes BtnnfordKy ASHLAND BROOK two 41GU Vol A TII U bred by Eugene lluck Ashland llroolc was totdelltUhsolbltaty with left hind tour highPxnuiKKK Hrook No 11r MnrJlutthgnle 2ITylIllotand Itunnlng llroolc 2W Hllent Brook by lhirknl btNo4 the sire of Heard IlKhtSfllM llrlghtllght lxrttj and Vnlpn 7h sired by Alcyone o IlJ record iff Ashland llrooks 1st dam Wren by Ashland Wilkes il record lIB the slruof John H Gentry SUUU ehtllyfu IH 2OO4jAhlnlld Wllkes slrixl by Item George Wlikei second Lilly by lrotendorllSiard dlllll- b r Jim Monroe xt- SNoesAehlandlkook Is linndsoma fel low with lots of substance has a bold way of going with lots of speed style and notion Ills first colts came last spring tied they were allone could ezpecttheynll bear lug good colors with of nine and lots style and finish Ashland Brook will make the present season nt to Insure n Will colt also stand the great mule and fennel tack Hilly Keene nttio lor mares nnd IIIl1yIeenthe Imp 1ulormo Sil dnm bv fr vl Hubble I Prince the sire of Joe llluokburn and llrlg nolln Hilly Keene stands full 18 hands black with white points and as n breeder Is unsurpnued as mule or Jennet Jnckhl colts always bringing the bigness prices Mures trailed purled with or bred elsewhere fort tests the Insurance and money becomes duo at the limo of such transaction KING EAGLE No 4585 Vol A IL It King Eagle Is le heeds high dnrk bay with Howlng inline and tall goes nil the galls with plenty of seal style and uctlon IKnidKEK Hired by Royal King JKS he by On Tine 745 ho by Htonewnll Jackson 7t Itoynl Kings lit dam Mollle Mountz IAJslngtOilshe by Kngle lllrd lull he by Old King Kn Lion aril den by hlarrlsDenmarkheUy Millers Denmark 4th dam by Jim lIel Itboruughbredi t111110111acolts nil having plenty of size unl ntlloll KingEaglelit oar stable two RIIII onehalf nilles Wtof Htnnforu on the Hnelby city plko at tbo InsuruiilitingcoltSIill Jim Keeno nt So for marcs Mini Til fur JlllIIell bytheJohn Wells 2nd dnm by UwcberJlmKeena Is 4 hand high black with white polntsn great mule jack the sire of the colt lid two yearold that won llrst In their clnssns last your nt the Kentucky mate Fair H T 1IAKUIH A UO1IT WOODH Phone 7t Ring 8 Htnnford Ky THE WARFIELD TrlnlltllTrottliif Diirk liny Htnlllon hands fouled August IWil hid nt V llrlhlillllNlllllllpIcord 211h sire of IIn tlelo 4yr record 2ay Amorlfnn belle 3yr record aslllji and 01 hers In SI Hit son of Onward Ill re ciinl 2251j sire of inward Hllver 2tr4 anti others In the t30 list onwardvn UrtU by George Wilkes Bin KInglillluhsBothersSrd dom Dot let by JfutwooU the sire of at III the list 4th dnm Topaz by Ht rnllull ore IW sire W In the list GIla dum Mlllurd by Albion Cth dam Ned by5lantbrlThe Wnrllelil was hrllo only IS tearHe lies foals all ulheJed ofstvlo Izo and substance a11d plenty of apee1jrelit AVnrlllvld iHnrupreKontntlTestnlllon In nil the term say that lie has size substaice and spiced only Jn part emphllll the nunlltles combined In this son of for Devil Holms thum and they tire of such symmetrical character an to umla lint n stnlllon among ninny Ills htlUlltnll neck- baby feet and legs fire and when seen In connection with hsfuulthuragnlt and gnat beauty are eYpellVall IntIire site You should see this horse before brooding You will sny you never looked ntll helter out The Wnrnuld U the only slulllon thut tin 7 dater In the great brow iiinrv list Ho has two Matbrlo King rrosol two ifuinlirliio Putchen two Miiinhrliiotlil nosblinvs one Onward ICJeorgo Wilkes tlctlollr- r Nutwood Htrathmori more trotting rOSl8 tllllll nnS stallion nllye- Thu Wllrlllld is by bare ikw112Ni record byMnnily gfn18JBleotioneerlf8 linn Devil Is n rent winner lIe won the ctmmploiiithlpnt the Natlonul Horse Hhow In lSsr class first Natlonul Horse Hhow In pots clues chnmploiiflilp National orID Hhow I c 11811 first NuUlIIlII1 JIm Mho l wclnsIIO1chlllll101l8hll1 Natlmml HormiHImw Horse 19clns9llrst Natlonnl florae Hhow clni s Id Hrut lloston Ilomu Hhow a reserve nostnn Horn Hllo1 IIOJ class J second Hoston lIorseHhuw lixilolnisll spec road Boston Horse Hhow HMIcliissS reserve liostou llor c bhow IMd class II third ton Horse Hhoa lIal class 7 He sired The Ilea Idiiil tWfM sire of 1rlncoai Jfclen S05 11Hrells DinighterZilW Hirnli Ham lie IlgJ Trlllr 2t3 Aar l cII Jr 2434 turnImlllrrolllit the good BLACK JACK OOMitKHOIt at H to Insure a Jiving Colt lli Is good IniilvlJuiil 4 hands high white points root HMO YENSAHONIMeKlnnoyKy 7 Land Posted I Notice U hereby given to the public that puttIshedly no the allowe- ditltANUEJ511118highland Ky Have your colts castrated by T P Gross Crab Orch ard Ky The well known castrator of 11OrsoIGIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy rcndyumdo clothing when thera ISO difference In the price of ready made suits and n suit tends to your measure taken by nn experienced tailor I have n bniulsomellnoof Spring A Hummrr goods I ma make from n business suit t= IbeaneatdreusuB Also Overcoats Trous irs and Fancy Vests The company rep resent Is second to unite 110 UUlLKV The Tn II 0 Hlol1ord Ky PRESTON 922V- ol UI Preston ono of the greatest flvagnlted producetlwlaningand lit the horse show nt loutevllle Ht IxnilsniiU Kunniis City He Is a brown hlgllIFirst dam Hell lllioderlck lul Second duin by lienmark It li useless to commend him as time peo loll of tills anti adjoining counties know his record as n show horse and nlsu fur brevdlng purposes make the senonof10tHntun9 sta bit In Crab Orchard nt tit to Insure n living colt Will keep mares on grass at n ller month but not responsible lor nccldnnt or escape of stork Mvnonduelt mare Is trad vd or parted with JtlIILlqf GALTON J29JO KonsonoflMM Hire of Onl111 t tltl01 AI Hums IsftiW and lx others with trims from 100 to us till e are tilt only ones that were ever liuiHl Itxl for speed Also the sire of one dam with one In the xaoilst Hired inmlnttn VII kes 2lll4 the sire of BU In the IJM list 10 In grandestmeinIgrnnd dnm ore with records of from tIlT to I Knllold zap ton of HiimbllonUh dent by hkeleys Amerlrnn Htnr Knlletd trI has In tlU hU iluugliterii lave ft In better tmldnin ulokstep by Ken tiny Prince Jrsreol J 1rI1 letrcmncl Irt Hint dens of U 111 i list QIIOalton carries the blood of tour leading families Mambrlno Chlefanti lIalllbltolllnlltWllb CialtonicolUhavKonengaluilntHldefvHt tll the best In Intro s lasses mat rowttr dngstheynreln great demand sellnu as high asaIafter maturity yearlings fiom untieIvllleplkeat to Insure n living colt Mon tins Ir umnre l traded alter wing bred- Ilentyof grass nt ItA tier month saved ex pressly for mures no other stock mixed with mares hive grass lots und large stables for ware to loll Urnlll fml nt cost rhonelnnsldenet uatonyllle Exchange WIIIIIlI- ulollIII Ky Morgan Denmark This tine stallion will stake the present season nt the low prlrt of eighth dollars lo sure a living colt lie has more Iiinmrk blood than tiny living ttnlllon us win be shown by his pedigree stallion Denmark was sired by the un Tune llIIlJOrhod1IgeIndy Morgan was ono of hue best addle show mures In Kentucky Hue was sired by HlunuwtdlJacksonJ MAN lllnck Jackwall white points W bends high large hind and cur heavy host Kill sired by TnrklnKton Napoleon J K luau excellent mule anti Jack nnd a proven sure ford getter As breeder he 1ms been true and proven second to none Inthlnlmal Ity lie will stnndnt the low price of p to Insure u living colt Jennets snine terms us inures JOHN Th noted Ham Oochmn jack hues Iwen tried In this loonllty for 10 years nUll given satisfaction Is In splendid condition to make tbx scnvon and will stand nt the low prlceof17 to Insurers living colt You run no risk patronizing such u Jack BULL Will stand n tine lolled Angus bull nt one dollar at the gnte lie has proven nil cul lout breeder The nbovo utentloned stock will tend at torn one unite North of rrvnchersvltle OrchorllIlkllInrerllllllenllell nilt1111eenmlklthetlMrrvlee responsible should arty accidents 1601BTrtl Ii Htnnford U KI No Ilastln Ihone Contral Kentucky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO No flUncres on the Wnynesburg pike near Highland 6room house barn nuiloth outbuildings nice orchard This proper ty II near church anti sohoulhouse is well worth the 1111- No 216uocre2ntdes8outh ot nt Or clninl on the Htnte road linn II two itory house good burn orclinrd and Is well water ed about fun acres of tills land Is bottom land and produces fine crops A bargain lit JlHm y cush balnnee In one and two years No 3i18 uterus on llnck Creek near Way moshurg nrufu hmle born nlll other out bulldlpKSiplentyof water Cash price HOnoriis near Level Circun took castle county Ky This III rill has n new J story frame house would cost to build now iu good Imrn rlb Ao locmel near churcb school This Is u nice home unit can lie bought fur IIO per aoruK unsli roc mnlndiir In It mouth 1xhcreehtcultNmtIonliwellhnifot4roomsgoat ohanl Our of till t coun ty rrlceSVUOiiiilf wish balance surd t yenrs 411111IIliar Hood white oak hickory and some line cedar hits Hstory log hose and good prep and well watered Insh price Flux- iNo7 tjOucres near Mnretsburg ly1150 acres lii cultlvutlon good dwulllng house burn nnd necessary onllmllUlngs line wilder nnd school church and It It station rleo- tJIIW cash bnlunce In one and two yuaN NoOmacros on Drakes Oieok mllos fromUnbOrcluird This nirm adjoins the pike nlll a port the Jvo Kvnns inrm This Is line laud and In uond condition nil neupKiiiry bulldlniis Tills it a bargain nt per Store No lu7i herds near Htnnford Ky In nice shnpo with nil necessary bulldlngsutc ciui be bought worth the money No 8rN acres near Kj pearly nil of this rarllll botlOlliIIIOdlIno for corn nnd meadow very good dwelling house now tarn nnd other hulldlng on county rood o miles from Huron College hush price sa WO For full partlculnrn In regard to nil the nbovo farms see or write L H Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky DIGNITY DARE NO 1982 A S H R 30 to Insure e4 Owned by D S Carpenter Htistonville Ky etr araaLiMMaaata1wrwasu rasonwnlemtor ss weY I lJ If you try any of tin Diamond I l1e T lt ya Hill uw m other laver thing branded D K i warnuit l thel l rk t alert from uEOZGE ali IFARRS I I FLORIDA AND ANEW ORLEANSVIA If CHANGE iIIL L I I QUEEN 6 CRESCENT ROUTE 1907Winter l For Information asd list of hoists scUrass D C LING 0 T O T A 111 Mla Sc teilsfton Kr t y THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY 18 BY LONG DISTANT TELEPHONE F0r RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MAHAtEa I EAST TEN FSSEE TELEPHONE COWP V IflCORPOIUTCa If you want your Prescriptions fill ed and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on me W S MoRoberts McKINNEY MARBlE E WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors ixnlers In anti manufacturers of Inutile nnd Mnrble Monuments KlrstClns Work nt lleusonnblo Prices olllce and Works MoKlnney KyHbop closed on Hnturday Wnted To Buy Oak and Beec Lumber Will nay hlfthost prices Hri vo for sale Oak and Beech Write to Kentucky Hardwood Flooring Co Beech St near vool1 e Lou isville Ky f Hlgn Writing Dritpernnd lloyse rnlritliiK taper Hunger G MEDAIRY Interior Fresco Decorator OrmnlugKte McKINNEY KY k WITHOUT I carefully DRUGGIST aSTANPORDnil POSTeD slrlotlyforbhipassing on our places and will prosecute vi olators to the full extent of the law lIlfloMnSpanintnanP11 Lawrence Houbon turtls J8 Hooker J31lettuI OhaplcllAllllliliit hastytinhSteaertloxtOn Mrs Kutherlne Ador Ashley A OJInnaoii JIIIIUM N Cash J Kevin Carter C Mnnck Joseph llnllou II itle Mrs Jots Itiilnos JdUnriMmterMrsI1ThangismqIhmnSt5lrerrlll 11lllIunol J H lluneh- MO UieilnnUon Joseph Krnit Miss Mnttto Howes Ilros It K VrnylorIlllmrnQoool Fred Ilitumnnh Itlohurd testerOwsluy Dunn henry liRslor NunnellcyWO lliuiKhnmnJraoodl MaryOdilyonsJohn WmOordlerTjiinTmvlor TiiteDnvldr HiindbrfAilitllnu lndersunJ