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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL xxxvi STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 10 1908NO 11 I PREACHERSVILLE Born to the wlfo of Walter Jordan a flno girl- Candy Anderson colored is our new mall carrier- SJohn Rigsby bought n bunch of hog of various parties at 4c to 4c Master Joo Cress is mourning the lots of Old Bess his well knawn stock driver She xvts n very Intelligent dog Mrs Joo M Lunsford who has been very III is some better Aunt Lucinda Anderson is Indisposed Word has been t received by relatives hero that He v W T B White Is very ill at Harrodsburg Miss Ruth Durham who is attending school in Omaha Neb writes her friends hero that tho past winter was very mild and thero has only been oneII half days rain slnco October Some tobacco plant beds belonging to Smith Collett were scraped and tho canvas destroyed a few nights erne e It Is not thought to bo tho work cf night riders but that of bad boys Phil Thompson and wife of Gilbert Creek visited her parents hero Misses Halllc Brown of Garrard and Ella Thompson of this place visited Mrs E J Brown at Stanford Mr and Mrs W C Cummins visited her lather Henry Nowlnnd at Cedar Creek Ben Phcrigo of Lexington visited his aunt Mrs II G Cummins Henry Blanks ship and wife visited at Paint Lick David Smith made a business trip to Pinovlllo and Mlddlesboro Mrs J U McCreary who has bee ill most of the season under tho physi clans in Baltimore has joined the Sen ator at tho Ebbltt House Tho absence i of Mrs McCreary has been deeply de plored by social Washington Sho has always been one of tho notably gracious and accomplished hostesses of tho Cop ital around whoso standard the ga world loved to rally Washington le V ter to Sunday Courier Journal Pi only Of Trouble Is caused by stagnation of the liver and bowels To get rid of it and hoadaoho and biliousness and Uto poison that brings jaundice tako Dr Kings New Llfo Pills tho mllablo purifiers that do tho work wtthos- grinding or griping 25o at lcnnI Drug Store Just Inside tho town limits of Monti cello on tho Wllhlto farm a gas well como in flowing six million feet by mercury tes- tAntecarlo 22612t Mml orrr rinltl i truck In winning rare k Flsrel by Alltro that old for U0li at publli Ml Utitnni Mnry Ann ny Hull corm NIL win of Mnmlirliio Intrlicn Tbi e two crors products The Abbot liflRH UioMorUlltulVton Ind0pcnilonmSi dam AllltrlrAlllilllr- Thl invrlrnii Htnr stun IIltn Jnrktnii MIHM nnthle for Urrrou SAlld tho immiilon trotting ktnlllou or the wurlt You Anlulu two topirowt aro n IKintiblu for tli fntrM HHldiim two unit roeI aro rHaponillilv for the fmtwt atnl Then you aw h U hatter lirwl than cur uf them for Itr lm the Mood of Ie 0 tCllrlo Ift solid brown horn IfH bond IMtfii witutiliiR 1IM pound nn ttyli on union Will tnnd nt tin to tniuro mw column to Iniure horo colts BUCK VARNON Itlnck Ink With white point I vent oh pnNdldtwlIunl n I1vllllololtrnMarc trnditt or lirml to other forfelu- Iniurnnco and innk i tcnton money our All will iliind nt my term on lKt nit lm ptkrxodlaNfrmn HtnlifnM Mnron Krllitli nt It p r month purr taken to prvvnt HP liInt hut tint ro xinll lii nhoulil end oc cur iHHIKlVAHMITIt Hlunford Ky What to do in Dieting has become a great tad America and just as years ago wo a nation overate so now we are under 4 cMantain life and strength to compete in this busy world youmaythat you dont digest what you cat AnJMf that result In dyspepsia you will not sotplyf proper amount of itailrlo and pcptlo Juices ro would bare no dnittlwla To cure tho Juice create on abundance ot hose necessary This can only be done ba reliable tonic Insa CaldwoUsS7ruPneeded to do this Tnko It reirularly for awhile according to the explicit directions on each bat tie and you wilt soon be cured of dyapepila nnd ear of the accompanying symptoms ouch 03 heartburn Rouritomacb bloated nomocliblvcs plmilcif ulloir carrieswith tanabetoch etc Urtry bottlo lute guarantee to do what wo claim IL Is age akluOne or the great friends of this remedy Harry F Ken tor a lieutenant In one Of the raid companies that fought at the battle Santiago While In the wet trenches and eat log this rough food of a soldier bo contracted severe dyiiwpMa and lost weight rapidly friend In the regiment called his attention promptlyberanpoundsYour at cent Oral and rou nlll fled It worth a hundred Limo a that to you CDRC TCCT Those wishing to try Dr Cald buylegaddressing the company lists offer to prove tint tie remedy do a t we claim and Is one open to those have never taken Send for It If have any symptoms of stomach liver or direst Gentlest a yet mOlt effective isxatlvo for children women and old TNPUBLICII CALDWEUS SYRUP PEPSIN This product wars purity guarantee NJ 17 Washington 0 0 l11DOaidwell LANCASTER An Easter Cantata will be given by the children ff tho Christian church Sheep killing dogs are depleting the flocks of some of tho farmers of Lower GarrardTho close their stores each evening at 030 with tho exception of Saturdays Shoats are selling In this vicinity at 3c An advance In earn Is reported by the buyers The U D C will hold an exchange selling cakes and other eatables on tho Saturday bolero Easter T S Elkin bought some hogs from Frank Rosa at 4c and some butcher cat tie from Terrill Layton at 3Jc Mr Louis Landram attended the ses lion of tho Press League at Lexington Saturday and was doubtless one of tho most efficient and popular members Mrs J C Hcmphfll anti son have turned from a visit to CofTcyvillc Ka sas Clinton Mo and Louisville Eld 0 W Darwold of Glasgow has been tho guest of Miss Ethel West older F M Tinder attended the great Scovillo revival at Lexington Mr and Mrs John FL Stormcs are at home again after a sojourn at Ced alyWater Fla and a trip to Cuba Rev Abernathy filled his bimonthly appointment at the Baptist church Sun day lie graduates at tho Louisville Theological Seminary in Juno and will then becomo a resident Lancaster pat tor nIafnt Lick Upper Garrards thrvin little village grows moro and more pr enterIr plantIpinkIMrs Aleck West who has been very convaleatug ed president of tho W C T Uand Mist Amanda Anderson corresponding and recording secretary D M Lackey is very much better Mrs Georg- Ballow of Madieon is visiting ho mother Mrs Edna Francis Mrs Geo T Farris Is in Jellico LEHeURG Farmers were never more bchin- with their work than at present Noth ling like halt the breaking of land has been dono and Hllle or no gardening has been accomplished George D Gamer has moved h stock of merchandise into J1 Shorts now storeroom at Yosemite and his stock shows up much better than In the Illlle hemmed up room where ho has been doing business Rev W G Tilford Informs usi that Evangelist Coakley will bo hero in July to conduct eerious of meetings at the Baptist church Rev Coakley fs a fine preacher nnd quite successful in protracted meeting work Ho was her e macili reJ C Fogle and sister Miss Lizzie went to Junction City to attend tho funeral of Mr James Shannon Wallace Hansford and wife of Boyle this county were up Monday to see their daugh ter who is in school hero Mrs Geo Davis has pneumonia Dr Creech is attending her Dr Rnlley the oculist was here Monday Weak women get prompt and lastsIng help by using Dr Shoops Night Curt Time soothing healing nuLl septic suppositories with full in interesta casn y free Simply write Dr Shoop HaI lue Wis for my book No4 SoldI Pennys Drug Store Henry Jackson wife and five child ten were driven from Christian count by night riders and they walked all th way to Paducah Jackson refused lo usnot leave Tho whole family was nearly dead from exhaustion when they arrived at Paducah Mr S L Dowen of Wayne V Vn writes I was a sufferer from kidney disease so that at flareacould not get out of bed and when I did I could not stand straight I too Jollaicured mo entirely Foloys Kidney Curo totyal Tho worlds production of gold wus 125000000 last year and continues to climb A hundred years ago tho yield was 12000000 Eight years ago It was 262000000 Tho worlds stock of gold has doubled since 1891 In recent years tho line of profit in working gold ores has been lowerpd from 14 to 12 Night riders burned Stephen Ryan s ountyIndreplanted NEWS NOTES Miss America McAlistor was accident ally shot and killed by her brother Charles McAlister near Unionlown e Ono hundred families have crossed tho river to Vevay Ind from Ken tuck and will mako their homes in Switzerland county Thomas McCrecry tho New Yor horseman accidentally shot by Repre scnlallvo J Thomas Heflin of Alabama in Washington City is in a critl cal condition Judge Stout In his charge to Iho grand jury at Frankfort called often lion to the rumors of bribery during Iho session of the Legislature and ordered an Investigation Tho drys aro claiming a big vie tory as n result of the local option sire lions in Illinois The largo towns went wet by reduced majorities while the wentt dryn II Mr Augusta Whittingtondropped dead at Kuttawa while watching a fire which destroyed u livery stable and several small buildings The fire reo suited in a loss of about 4000 and was accidental Dr James Shapard Cabanne former ono of the most influential and wealthiest citizens of St Louts died in poverty Under the name of Mr Norris Dr Cabanne led a double life for many years Tho funeral of Judge James E Can trill was one of the most largely at annd ducted by tho Knights Templar and the Confcdcarlo Veterans Croppers of Union Henderson and Webster counties are demanding two thirds of tobacco and corn crops as their iharo instead of the onu half formerly received Nlget riding methods have been adopted to force compliance with tho demand Roar Admiral Robley D Evans who is at Hot Springs Cal Is much im proved but his physicians are opposed brany festivities during the remainder of the journey lo San Francisco Walter Clayton a Negro convict was lide n Burr was hanged by a mob near Wes ton Miss Burr had murdered the 12 yearold son of his employer because fishing1efiled in tho Supreme Court of New York tho suit for annulment her mar liege with Harry Kendall Thaw The annulment Is asked on tho ground that Thaw was Insane at the time of tho marriage Papers in the proceedings were served on Thaw several weeks ago W L Wodlington of Lyon county raised the cover of his tobacco bed find It grown up with grass which he been sown there by night riders This will prevent Mr Wadlington from rais ing u tobacco crop this year as the plants will rot grow with gross Mr Wadlington is a member of the nssocia lion At Lexington Tenn the W C T U women of the town destroyed about 40 gallons of whisky belonging to a sa loon man who had recently moved to that place from Jackson which city went dry April 1 Tho whisky had been in n freight car Tho women whiskydestroyed byJudjto meyly county and the soldiers have begun lo serve tho papers of arrest sol diers have brought about quiet in that county but marlof the formats are still afraid their crops Ho Got What Ho Needed moy Ing of Mill CreoK Ind Tor I was run down that life hung on a very thread It was thon my drug gist recommended Hlcctrlo Hitters I bought a bjittlo and I got wont I need ed strength I had ono foot In tho grave but Electric Bitters put It back on tho turf agora and Ive been well over since Sold under guarantee t Penny aDrug Store Loa p William Jennings Bryan was kfound to have due him 600 from the representdSecond Nebraska regiment from the fihisStates mustered into the service of the Uniteg How to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis ary those who are habitually constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup euros chronic constipation by stimulating tho liver and bowels and restores the natural action of tho bowels Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does anY0Pennys Drug Store HUSTONVILLE S F Bates of Sloubenvllle was the guest of Mrs Suo Jones Carrol B Reid arrived homo from New Orleans for a few weeks recre allan and rest Willie Stagg has taken the position telephoneexW D Mocker bought a three acre building lot adjoining his home on tho East of C bL Bach for 150 The candy pulling given by the ladles of the Christian church Saturday at Mrs Wm Staggs realized 20 All ladies of the Masonic banquet committee aro requested to meet at the Opera House Saturday April 11 at 2 p sharp J L McKee Rifle will open a full stock of carriages runabouts buggies etc in tho room adjoining Jess i R Routt Co on Main street The Central University Glee Club will give a classical program at Al corns Opera House on the evening of the 17th Reserved seats at Yowells J R Rout Co have bought the stock of goods and good will of R H Lipps on Main strtet Invoicing will be completed Tuesday and all put In order for business A splendid two story house of D C Steele Son at Jumbo will be completed this week and a large stock of new Spring and Summer goods will be ready for the trade Having positive evidence of spies in the West End locating their tobacco beds Dr Beck and others who were preparing to put out quite a crop hay destroyed their beds Mr J Sam Lyon has returned to his homo in Decatur III after a weeks visit to his lather Mr Evan Lyon of the West End Dan Bohon and wife of IIarrodsburg were guests of Mrs Sue Jones Stated meeting of Masonic lodge No 184 on Friday April 10 at 2 r M fo work of tho order A full attendance Is desired as business pertaining to th anquet on the 15th will come up for final action Some of our school boys wanting to catch on to the latest methods of pro fessional ball playing have arranged to play with the Central University team next Saturday al Danville Our bay expect to come home with a full setting of gooso eggs to their credit Services at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and night by the pastor Morning subject Lifes Greatest Question Answered Even Ing subject Pulling Down tho Pillows The evening address will be a discussion of Present Day Problems in Kentucky to which all are cordially in vited S B Lander The business men of Danville being always on the lookout for their Inter ests which is certainly commendable nadw bin Scoltsville railroad they are ex ceedingly anxious that the road tom by here Although the survey has been completed to McKinney there will be this week offered our people tho last opportunity to secure same by subscrib ing stock on liberal terms to be paid In installments of 100 when 10 miles of the road is finished If the road is built on the present survey which runs three miles south of our city It will surel greatly injure business here A pleasant event was the celebratio- on Friday April 3 of the birthday sonYof tho latter Only the immediate rel olives living near and one neighbor were present tho number of guests however amounting to nearly 25 Four generations were present In the persons of Mr John Dinwiddio and wife their daughter Mrs Lou Carpenter their granddaughter Mrs Edna Depp and their grealgrandchlldren Frances Depp and James Powell Depp It needless to dwell upon tho merits o tho dinner when it is known that BuchI accomplished cooks as Mrs Dmwiddle and Mrs Carpenter superintended il Let it bo sufficient to say that every thing a housewife ingenuity and skill could prepare was on the tastefully appointed table Those present vied with each other In showering their appreciation of the viands in the way most approved by a hostessthat of a = healthy appetite During the afternoon music both instrumental and vocal was rendered by Mr Carpenter and his nieces Mrs John B Riffe and Miss An gleCarpenter und his nephew King Mr John Dinwiddio also ave some dear old hymns in a rich sincere voice these two whose birthdays were thus Jointly enjoyed have many more ears among us may we be forte nato enough to help them celebrate again Tne following guests were pres ent Mr John Dinwiddie and wife 1Carpenterpenter daughter Angie and eon wifedand A B C Dinwiddie and the beloved neighbor Mrs Wlgham Spring Clothes I For Men Boys and Children Our stock is larger f and more complete than ever before Buy aGriffon BrandSpring Suit and have the best for your money in quality and style and make Wo have nil the latest fabrics in brown tan grey stipes and plaidsiCome and See our clothes before you buy IewhcrcIand be convinced of the quality ofIGronti tf t i1 itoflltf Iour goods v SAM ROBINSON 11 eSTANFORD KY Cluthing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc Wear Clothes To Fit Geti TooeWhen in Somerset See LEVENSON BROS Clothes All Spring Styles Ready IW0 have the largest and most uptodate new stock of clothing and shoes for men young men sari hays ever shown in this cityLet us remind you 4not only of our ability to servo you but of extensive assortment the quality ofour alluring and the exceptionally moderate prices We handle every thing for men and lays Come and see us when in the city LEVENSON BROS Three Story hick Opp Newtonian Hotel Phone 441 Somerset Ky t Pirsl 9lational 2ank 2yeOrfantxtit JSS2 Capital 3toeic 550 000 JurjilutandWnciivicteci Profits oSS 000 JfCas pal In Dividends stare Organization S2t 500 Snuito flow Accounts on Our fffarits OFFICERS DIRECTORS YFref en Reid J H Daughman PettusnCumminsfHarrisn James Robinson I HockerII I Perfect Heat T T Hot water heating is perfect with tho exception of this Tho mosquitos lotfAhlridgo heat your homo so that you can enjoy all your rooms Hot water heating is clean economical null regular No sudden changes in tempera ture You will save enough in Coal Comfort tied Health to pay for tho outfit in n few car- eS i H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Garden SeedsWith Tools and Plows to Plant Them Wit- hPOULTRY FENCE keep the chickens off You will find a vas riety at Reasonable Prices Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky f The Interior Journal C c WALTON JOHN J MOSER Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject to the action of the Democratic party 1 M BRUCE II a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject to the action of the Democrat party JAMES C HAYS countsubjectparty D C ALLEN It a candidate for Aueuorof Lincoln coon ty subject to the action of the Democrat party DINK FARMER Ii a candidate for the Democratic nomln ton for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of tbe democratic1 party i J W FOLEY forAssasoroflIncolncounf M BAUGHMAN Ii a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln count subject to the action of thu democratic party t HARVEY HELM Ii candidate tor tbe democratic nomtnn ton tar Congress In this the Eighth dla trlct subject to the action of the democrat Ic party A HOT fight for congress is on in the Eleventh district Col John G Mat thews seeks the toga how worn by Congressman Don C Edwards and the latter desires to continue tho wearing of it Matthews is supposed to repre sent the Caleb Powers side of the fight but Edwards claims to have done great things for Powers and publishes letters from the noted prisoner telling of his gratefulness for favors shown him From our perch in the tree it looks like Edwards will win but that ho has a fight on his hands no one acquainted with the conditions in the Eleventh will deny We could very fairly referee the little polical bout not caring an iota which wins and hoping theyll both get beat before the year is out So heres to Edwards and hurrah for Mat thews We are against them both and may the devil take the hindermost REPRESENTATIVES of the LouIsville and State Law and Order League have urged Gov Willson to call out the mIli- tia and to calla special session of the State Legislature in order to put down lawlessness in the tobaccoraising dis tricts Gov Willson reiterated his previously announced views but said he would announce his decision in a few days A SEARCH of the records nt Wash i igton discloses the fact that Don C Edwards Congressman from the Eleventh is the author of 64 laws en acted by the 59 Congress and that the palm of victory belongs to him Whether this will help or hurt him in his present race for tCongress time only will toll IT is generally conceded that Hon Harvey Helm will have no opposition for the nomination for Congress and as he can best any republican who goes up against him It is pretty certain that the Tall Sycamore of the St Asaph will represent this district for two more years at least So mote it be EXSENATOR DEBOE arises from his slumber to say that Kentucky will lineup for Fairbanks who is the only rev publican he thinks who can carry Ken tacky The Tartar lady uses a slice of onion to perfume herself She makes her presence smelt wherever she goes POLITICAL Ross democrat was elected jDavid Milwaukee for the fifth time Bennett was renominated for for Congress in the Ninth district W O Bradley will open the Fair banks campaign in the Third district on April 11 when ho will make speeches at Glasgow and Bowling Green Congressman Abraham L Brick of Indiana died at Indianapolis of acute Brights disease He was taken ill while attending the Indiana republican State convention His body was taken to his home at South Bend where the funeral was held The Senate passed the army bill practically as reported from the com- mitteel carrying an appropriation oft nearly 100000000 During the de- batet Senator Overman vigorously de nied a newspaper report of the exist ence of peonage in North Carolina In announcing his candidacy for Congress in the Seventh district J Campbell Cantrill charges that a deal was made by which an enemy of the Society of Equity is to be elected to Congress thin year Ho objects to the calling of the primary for so early a date and in sista that it is not fair to him I am a candidate for the presidency J in the sense that if I gain the nomina tion I shall accept it and make every effort to be elected 1 am not making any personal campaign and do not ex pect to seek instructed delelgates I consider the ambition to be President one of tho most laudable aspirations which any man can entertain Gov John A Johnson of Minnesota Judge Judson Harmon has issued a statement he is not a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Gov ornor of Ohio Two new battleships arejprovidcd In the naval appropriations bill aini Ort cd by the committee in Congress stead of four as recommended Jjy Ule department MrCHURCH MATTERS Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at the Christian church Sunday morning John D Rockefeller announced a gift of 5000000 to the Union of Bib Classes Sunday Rev Enoch W Crowe of Scottf ville one of the bestknown Methodist ministers of Kentucky is dead The celebration of the fiftieth anni versary of the Young Mens Christie Association will begin at Chicago on Saturday continuing until April 28 Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at Mt Xenia Sunday afternoon at 330 Capt William W White will have his famous Willow Grove choir present Services at the Methodist church Sun day Sunday school at 930 A M Sons service at 1045 A M Preaching at 11 subject Christian Education At 3 iiYM rehersal for Easter service Ep worth League at 645 P M 730 p M preaching to young men All are cor dially invited old and young men and women boys and girls come and join in our congregational singing Pastor Tin women of the Christian church are most cordially invited to attend the following prayer services to bo held in the lecture room of the church on the afternoons of April 14 15 16 and 17 at 230 On Saturday afternoon April 18 the services will be concluded at the home of Mrs William Severance Tues day April 14 subject For All Departments of the Christian Woman Board of Missions Leader Mrs Pa melia Brown Wednesday April 15 subject That we May Put Ourselves in the Right Attitude to Christ Lead er Mrs T A Rice Thursday April 16 subject For the Church that it may Manifest more of the Spirit of Christ LeaderMrs J W Baugh man Friday April 17 subject That the Spirit of Christ may Rule in out Homes Among Parents Children Friends and Helpers LeaderMrs- L B Cook Saturday April 18 sub ject The World for Christ Christ for the World LeaderMrs W M Bright IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mra Rebecca Oldham aged 88 is dead at Bryantsville The Boylo Circuit Court convenes next Monday morning Miss Mary Belle Irwin a splendid Danvillo woman is dead James Shannon aged 77 a respected citizen of Junction City is dead George P Crow has bought an interest in W H Sauces gents furnishing store at Danville J C Thompson was given 13 years in the penitentiary for killing Deputy Sheriff Y Downs in Whitley county K E Crossfield of Mercer county received a letter signed N R ordering him to leave the State in 10 days He is n member of the Burley Tobacco Society Paul Miller son of Col John W Miller of Lancaster has been promoted to the rank of Ensign in the United States navy He was graduated from Annapolis two years ago Ground was broken for the erection of the Young Science Hall of Central University Funds with which to erect the building were donated to the insti tution by the late W C Young during his presidency Henry Harrison of Seattle Wash has had removed from the innermost ecesses of his system eleven knife lades five lath nails six small screws hree tacks and sundry other bits of hardware Incidentally when Harrison ummoned the surgeon he thought he- was suffering from appendicitis Harrison makes his living in vaudeville dr cles swallowing glass knife blades oraeahoe nails and other articles lIe- is 38 years old and has been following his vocation for 20 years r Health Coffee Is really the closest offee Imitation ever yet produced This clever Coffee Substitute was recently produced by Dr Shoop of Ra cinelWis Not a grain of real Coffee in Itelther Dr Shoops Health Coffee Is made from pure toasted grains with malt nuts etc Really It would fool an expert who might drink it for toffee No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Made in a minute Says the doctor Sold by Pennys Drug- Store W H Fryemailclerk74 years old and engaged In his work since 1869 who has traveled 2000000 miles or 80 times around the world calculates that he has eaten in 39 years pies equivalent to a strip 18 inches wide extending 27 mileS The bank of Bremen Kan having been burned experts in the Treasury Department at Washington have figured out that a quart of ashes sent on for redemption will be worth about 4000 Four policemanplea guilty to burglary charges a delphla and were to Seven years in the pent tentiary Here and There It is reported that there is trouble In the ranks of the Burley Tobacco Society over tho distribution of the money received for tobacco which has been soldW S and R A Beazley have sold their farm of 790 acres near Lancaster to James I Hamilton and Dr W M Elliott at 90 an acre amounting to 70200Kentucky tobacco growers who have been forced to leave Kentucky by rea son of the raids by night riders are to be invited to Louisaina where the soil is said to be well adapted to the grow ing of tobacco Nick Carter famous bloodhound and terror to criminals owned by Cap V G Mullikin of Lexington and per haps the most noted man trailer in the country is dead Only a short time be fore the dogs death Capt Mullikin refused 1000 for him FOR SALEEggs from Barred Ply moth Rocks comb Leghorns and Black Minorca Also plants of all kinds Ed Hubba- rdMASONS MEETj Lincoln Ko 00 Ft A M will nieel 11tblNford Ky Members of sister lodges are fray tornlllltlnnOI to tie presentL Penny INSURANCEPo Accident None but the MTKUNOKHT and 1K8T Represented Lowest Pot tlble Rates Guaranteed Loss Paying flee ltd Unequalled Talk with MAHONY 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 Pence JrPence Jr will make the season of nt nay barn H rule from Rowland at llu to In sure a living colt If mare Is traded or port td with the season money becomes due Pence Jr buy stallion yean old lull 18 hands high cod style and action lly Pence ho Itienzl he by Ilelmont he by brAlmol1tIrd dart by Orey Eagle 4th dam by Topper by Kd Bn- rtowrt75byCnsleisrlO62he by Volunteer 6S Ed ItnrlowH lit dam by woburn Zm dom by n Mnmbrlno horse and dent bj tlnmbrlno Messenger PeuceJr3ddatajyOlirn Vermont Mares gritted lit ft per month not respond the for accidents or escapes should any occur J Z 8POONAMORK Rowland Ky Chester S This son of Chester Dare will make the ire ent sonMin n tiara IK mile Iran iIcKlnnvyon MoKlnnvy and Mlddleburi pIke nt 110 to Insure n living colt DUHCHIPTIOX Are VKIIIOIIKK He Is n black with star In with nil the style nnd tlllhbchamctfrllUo of the Chester Dare handy n good actln horse and n proven breeder Hee him bnfon booking your mares if you are looking for a goal hretderot living price Hired by Ches tur Dare 1st dam by IVlegrupli 2nd dam by hippy by Mnmbrlno Chief Chester Peavine 3184 A s ii n In offering the service of this young stnl Ion to the public do not hesitate he s tho best bred saddle stallion that will lie tiered for service In this county this year t s his breeding will show Hired by Rex eavtiie 1711 he by Rex McDonald art lit lain MistMadison ns8 she by Chester Dare lnd dlllllllY leRvllie I nore extended pedl tree will bo furnished on application This tnlllonmis the Wit blood of the saddle torso world In him Both 2nd dare by lea Ine crones twice to lllack Haulrrel twice to Htonewnll Jackson once to pave Akin WI With the style and tlnlnh of heeler Jaro the stamina and action of Peavine how cart he breed wrong Ills sire Rex Pea rice produced three cham ionshlp winners of year Edna Mattle Hales and fay Day Hee and breed to him If you want lie lest Will serve n limited number of mares at r25 to Insure n living colt At tho same time and place will tend lireo as good mule Jacks as can be found In the country nt the low price of 110 Insure n living colt Money due with all tho above advertised Mock when colt Is foaled or when mare Hives bands of owner nt time of service or br1 to other stock All core taken to pro rentaccldentsbutnot responilblo should ny occur Grass nt reasonable price It H HCUDDKR McKlnney Ky AN ORDINANCE LA- nordinance to require both sides of Ian ille street In Htunford Ky to be paved with concrete pavement The City Council of the city of Htnnford Kydoordain as follows That the West Ideof Danville street In 8tallrordfJyIJQinning at the yard gate penlng on said street and running to the ioutu east corner of the lot of John llrlght ironsald street and Including till of sense ttlween these that the East side of said street beginning lit the North west- ornur of the yard of J N Huundera on wild treat and running to till Northwest corner of the land of Mrs Julia M Him lying on aid street where same corner with the land of UO Warren heirs and Including all of JJIedwitheludIng the curbing which Is to be six mobs wide which shall Iw doue by and nt tbe cost of tho abutting land owners und they lire allowed 00 dlllln which to do said work fromand utter tile service of n copy of lilsordlnancuon them If they prefer to take the Improvements named themselves each laud owner to pay for so much of said nvement as fronts hU property Hold pavent Is to be constructed according to the following directions An excavation 2 Inches below the level of the pavement to be lint made which Is to be tilled In with- looe cinder seven Inches thick to lietutiir ed to a thickness of live Inches This tfeocovered with six inches of grouting coin osedofslx of parks crushed stone o one port of Portland eellloDt to bu topped off with two parts of Sparks screened rushed stone to one part of Portland co lent the whole pavement to be Inches In The surface of pavement Is toe smoothed oil with a trowel The work to bo done under tho lupervls Ion of the street committee and the grade of the pavement to bo fixed by said com iltteo Thu curbing Is to lie of the lame mterlal nllbo pavement This ordinance hell take effect from stud litter its publlcn Ion by copies being posted at three places In Stanford MnyorJ Land Posted I Notice is herell1 given to the public that lU11lIedly no putting through the place iilliiwrd II AND EJ Ml LLS Highland Ky GILIERT CREEK BARGAIN STORE Take no ones word for It but come and see mjr stow Hprlng HulU Alto Piece Coeds A few suits at cost left yet I will be very grateful for your patronage D J SMITH Notice To Contractors I Wo are to receive bids for a turn to bo bulb front KlngsvllU Ky to the rimllIor In sections of onehalf tulle or more Plans nnd upcclllcatlons for the construct tlonof this pike ran be obtained on nppil catlonto the undersigned All bllli litutt bo sealed nod tent In not Inter tlinti Slay 15 The upervUor reserve the tu any nod sill hldi J MoKee J W IIIIlN O A Walter hiipervUor IIrllo lor xa 1111 Ion orsctentlncal + sing eyes by uptodate methods Jre- lcrIIIUOIlIIIIllroUlid to order set In an1 mountings wOk untlitnctory located urtunvtlhlKy Choice Goods foaled January IMS black with white points 15J hands Html bv Wonder and out of Chennult Jennet W7 Wonder was tired by ltelknapbe by Imported lelknnp- holeu0adsdantls by Juinlx Imported He was bred by Charles ChiMiault of llogii nn Humner county TVmi and is n great In dividual He won the blue tie in the tweep stake ring at the Htate fair at Nashville and has many more blue ties to his crept Hue Choice Goods before you breed He will serve Jennets at and Mares at llu to Inv sure living colts Will stand two other Jocks at lio to Insure living colts alio stand the magnificent draft stallion colt M H1iA11IIIMANHtnnonl- KyDorsey Golddust 12052 Pull brother to Kutelle SID V Hired by lloull lolddutt One Pain Florence by Golden Mlngo Chief tracing heck to Justin Morgan on both stiles making him nn Inv tenser Inbrel Morgan stallion H U a dark lily hands and oelghs au pounds Asa breeder he has few ellUnll n proven and unl form breeder othtghelnii show rant hor iicoml liiliiiinll the iualltlei for bar n M BAli saddle and In demand attop price of its get having sold for IIIXI anti U and oids only farm broken rnUlnilhavusoldln the past year for nn average of p1t- 5Iorsey0ulddust will make the present season at my farm Riser Hlanfon at t toInsure n living colt Also n large nod line young Jack n grandson or Toni Keene and Joe Hlnekburn at I to insure a living colt Mare kept At luo r day Good attention but no responsi blllty for accidents or escapes F REID Dnnvllle Ky DONVARRICK This magnificently bred young stallion will make theseatouof IMHat lilyplace In Htniifonl Ky tatter known ns thIrlInlllu 11 6 to Insure II living colt Jon Vnrrlcklsnrlrhcbeitnut 1eYunnds snip In forehead white fret iuwveHiiklcs bshort bark excellent bone and line muirlcs Just the type you are looking for to breed ourrlnre loon Varrlok ls by the great Onward Mil verxuftH that sold for tfiftv he by Unwind tone ol the very test sons of George Wilketi inward was out of Dully and no mare ever produced 3 such iliuitrl out Olltllt Onward and Jlrector Upward Hllver on the JrllnIIOIlIIl In lisle In a I heat race defeating such talent as Hule Jay Ja nod Chem Huot The same ar he won till llannee Memorial and Mutsn ehutetts In broken heats hoot Varrlrkn lit daft by WIlke Bo by Uevrgr 1VIIksmtd a full sister to The Walt tIW slid dam Ma- t9 blloltlry 1ng o tIe dlllll of Msl line aenstae the dam ot Rubber Sos Winchester XWi Hilly Wilton i Aland Mlis It sal This rich Inheritance of spud end blood line should appeal to tb puiiii who wishes to breed Mines kept at toe per day All cure taken but will not Iw for iiiiti nit or escapes DltUPI1itltlH- tnnfordRheumatisill I bare found a trI and tested cure for Rbtu to tfsml Not a remedy that will straighten the aittorted limbs of chronic cripple Impossible rrowths back to flcbagainhaat It lint I ran now k1U tile and tugs blalteptorablo ali uw In OenDDJWlth a Chemist In the aty ol DumatadI this lot ingredient with Which Dr Bnoopi HbumUo Remedy was made a perfected dependAble prescription Without th tl many many asesofIhewnitlimtbutnowatlast It onl rormt7 cure aU curable asses much dreaded disease Those undUke nuulftr wastes found In Rh um seem todiuolee and pats away under the action of this remedy as freely fts dON lorar when added to pure water And then when dissolved those poisonous wastes freely pass from the system and the sass of Rheumatism If gone forever There now no real need no actual excuse to suffer longer with out kelp We son sad In cnfldenco recomoend Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy PENNYS DRUG STORE ALMONT DARE Hired by Dignity Dare IdSi A H U Ue by Chester Dare by Illuck Hiiulrrel be by lllack he by Wil liam let darn Itetf In Vol AT H Rsheby Abdallah Slnmbrlno he by Almoni at 2nd dnui Lndy Davln by Orlt Davis by Bourbon Chief 8rd dent Mnttle H by Foreign Light by Foreigner by Import ed Glenco 4tb dam Kettle u ly hams Copper llottom 6th dam by Imported Huzza NOTK Almont rolJO far as we are able to discover is the noroo Oil record bay Ing to his credit the honor of defeating with hU own progeny those of hIs great sire Dig nlty Dare doing so last year every time coming In contact with them As myIndl vidual this Is n very attractive ling Id hands with great style A beautiful with milliners even Uy n lllfy A remarkable show horse In harness and under saddle Hbowgfi distinct middlH lints menu ocjjetandplensnntwith tannot speed conceive of a finer bred horse tracing 41 times to horses on his dams side alone traces to Imported IlIsoUller time Imp Dloll1edl3attuiestto Insp Buzzard I times ImpUlenco tissues lamp Plnnsor Castlnora Mntchen Kllnnap lllackfast Traveler and others is a rare opportunity to breed to ono of America best n 119 Will also stand two good mule jacks at tench Will make the season of hut at my- placer from Huston vlllo onIlutonI- lle am liberty turnpike Grass furnished in abundance at per Not responsible for accidents BBPOWKLIjABON llustonvllle Ky CfITEJIONPossibly 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 the collar the curve of the well padded shoulIder Without these you are not well dress ed See what we have in our line from 15 to 25 You will be pleased H J McflOBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY FISHING TACKLE 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 fishermen See our window PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky FOR SALE I 1 No 310 An up to dale Roller Flouring Mill of 50 barrel capacity locu ted in the heart ofjono of the best wheat belts in the State and within 40 feef of Trunk Line Railroad This is nn old r8tnbluhed plant with fine cus turn trade Warehouse barn etc Can bo bought for 85500 Brick Manufacturing Plant with daily capacity of 35000 dry house and full cqripnieiits together with several acres of ground on which plant flop cratingnice suburban homo of 12 acres with now residence and outbuildings and one or two nice resident properties in very best resident part of town whichwe will exchange na n whole for blue grass farm with good im provements and well located No 171 240 ncres six miles Southeast of Waynosburg on Buck Creek 125 acres in timber 100 acres bottom laud Two dwellings on farm tale 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 placeIlast year Reason for selling owner is in other business Price only All kinds of properties sold nnd exchanged Write us your wants Somerset Real Estate Agencyr f Somerset Icy New Tailor Suits You will want your new suit when the pretty days come We have them and they arc not made by SUE they are beautifully matte and the styles and materials are correct Lot us show you our new Silk Jumper Suits a They arc beauties Net and Silk Wnlsts Jiift in a pretty line of waits in I Net and Silk nt SO to 750I f II n I SEVERANCE STANFORD SrANiofD Kv AIHIL 1008 r URII C dRr Flnkoa are made from tho wood of genuine red cedar and are a sure against moths ICc a package Pennys drug store- rPERSONALS J Miss LUCILE MBNUFEO is qui o Indis posedJ SMITH of Corbin was hero yesterdayMiss V WARREN is threaten ed with fever RBV D M WALKER who has tyhold fever Is doing nicely JOHN OWSLBY REID Is In Loulsvillo having his eyes treated CLAY RUILEY has given up his posi tion In tho postofllce and will go West BORN to the wife of Mr John S Baughmnnon Witlnesday night a son Miss CARUIE FRITH of Brodhead was the guest of Mrs W B OBtn non MRS EMORY T BBAZLBY spent several days in Danville with Mrs H F Ewing MRS W A TRinnLn Is nt tho bed lido of a very sick brother In Mason I countyMR AND MRS W M OWENS of tilt Burr Rockcnstto county were hero Wednesday MRS ED WALKER of Garrard is over to sec her lister Mrs J C Hays I who Is quite sick J LEONARD SAMISON who has boon at work nt Somerset has returned td his home at Maywood- MDSDAMIS J U MOUNT nnd R E McRobrrtf of Lancaster wore guests of Mrs H J McRoberta Miss ETHEL DUNN has gone to her home in Garrard quite s ek Miss Laura Dyo Is teaching her classes at tho Graded School MRS LOUISE TATE has returned from a protracted visit to her daughter Mrs C 11 Paine in Boston Mr Clarenco E Tato met her in Cincinnati MR GBORGBT HIOOINUOTHAM orders his I J changed from Fairfax Va to i Danville We are glad to know that this splendid gentleman U again a citi- Zen of Kentucky WILL WHITE one of Ottenhelms up to date merchants was on yesterdays train returning from Hnrrodsburg Ho had been down to see his father Ulv- T W B White who has been ill but who to Improving LOCALS FOR Mower pots go to Fords NEW White WnUts just In Paragon make Severance Son FOR really suitable wedding presents- go to W H Mueller Jeweler tWILL have in n nice line of millinery Call and see it Miss Ella I May Saunders cellf12 ho asks us to state COME in and look our new stock of buggies buck boards Frazier carts and etc jgW IL Higgins OF you bo hero Monday County court and horse show will cer tainly draw you Come and como pro I Npared to get a receipt at this office Foil SALE25 fine extra nice Jersey cows Quality and ages good suitable for dairy use Also some registered Jersey heifers C T Bohon Son Lebanon h DlSTlLLlE Hermann Distillie well known citizen of Ottenheim suddenly while nUworship in the Reform church nt that place Ho is survived by his wife and three children THE creamery Is rent to this section It has distributed about 500 among cow owners each month since it began and the amount will bo largely increased now as grass has come The creamery is a good thing OWING to an accident to my manager Mr Farmer Ideslreto sell one fresh cow one eoon to be fresh three strippers tyof which are Jerseys If not Boldprivatelylwfll havo on market court day W M Bright TUB coming of the beautiful Spring days reminds us that cleaning up time has come again and that our citizens should get busy in removing unsightly y7matter and disease breeding filth t premises both us a health precaution and to beautify Got to work at once and keep at It until every vestige of filth Is routed CLOTHES cleaned dyed and repaired at Cook Farmers barber shop GET you n Clipping Machine and shear yourshecp nice E T Pence BUCOY and wagon harness best styles and lowest prices J C MeI Clary HAIR goods j inrata puffs switches of all kinds at Miss Ella May Saunders LADIES if you want elegant looking perfect fitting Oxfords buy n pair of us Severance Son Fon Insurance on your tobacco barns phone Jesse D Wearen The Insur anco Man Stanford Ky MONEY 3000 to onfirst mortgage on real estate with clear title Address box 120 Lexington Ky ESTRAY CowLef Wednesday night small Jersey cow freehand with leather collar G B Cooper Stanford CALL and see my line of buggieecarr- iagee runabouts etc before buying elsewhere can save you money J L McKee RifTc Hustonville THE Lincoln County Medical Socity will convene In Stanford next Tues day 14th A full attendance is desired W F Hickle M D Secretary ALL persons are warned not to tres pass on my land Violators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of tho law Elihu Miracle Stanford It F U No3 1 WAS cltilastweek and pur chased my line of millinery goods It will pay you to call and see my styles nntlget my prices before you buy Malhilllp TUB Rockcastlo County Fair Associa tion will hold Its 13th annual meet on Wednesday Thursday and Friday Aug 19 20 and 21 on their grounds at Brod head writes John Robins Secretary ON account of tho entertainment at the graded school tho rink will not be open this Friday evening but it will be Friday evening April 17 when the attraction will be a barrel race tho winner to receive n prize IAM just back from the cities where I bought a beautiful line of millinery which tho ladies of Crab Orchard and vicinity are cordially invited to call and seo Millinery to please all Como early Mrs S J Tatem Crab Orch ard I UNCLOSE you to pay for my paper to March 26 1009 I like tho wayI you give us the news ant feel could not do without the 1 J I also want to helpYou pay for that house I see you bought writes Mr C W Conley of Bud Wayne county MR GEORGE B PRUITT of Junction City was here this week and left us a good order for printing Mr Pruitt rand tits partner Mr H W Tysinger have just opened n splendid stock of groceries furniture carpets etc at Junction City and they ask a portion of the public patronageI NOjGOmunication in their hall in Stanford on Saturday evening April 11 at 730 oclock for work in tho third de gree Members of sister lodges are cordially invited to be present T W Pennington Secretary GainesITuesday Ho was out In a field at work and when he attempted to get on his horse tho animal turned and kicking him broke three of his ribs and otherwise Injured him Nobody was in yelling distance and after suffering for some time Mr Gaines pulled himself up a hill to where ono of his hands was plowing and finally attracted his at tention He was taken homo where ho is still suffering considerably TUE fiscal court wos In session Tues day The levy for this year was fixed at 48c and 160 pollsame as last year An appropriation of half a cent on each 100 worth of taxable proper ty was mado to tho pike leading from Prcachersvlllo to the Lancaster and Fall Lick pikes two cents on each 100 to the Carmon pike and one cent on each 100 to tho pike leading from tho Stanford and Wuynesburg pike to Maywood For tho stecnth time an election was ordered on the question of building a new court house Its A Lonesome Feeling To FCO others out in their new Spring clothes you not because you have put it oil from time to time Our stock has just reached its zenith in variety and volume and the time is ripe for you to make your selections it SONISeE the Merry Widow waltz hat pins at Miss Ella May Saunders NEW picture mouldings and furniture just in J L Deazley Co FOUR hundred locust posts Etra good for sale J 11 Baughman Co NEW line of Hart Schaffner Marx clothing just received Cummins Wear n TUB young ladles dance clubwill meet wlthMIss Sara Dunn at 230 Sat urday afternoon NEW case of millinery just received come In and get your cliolco Miss Ella May Saunders t I HANDLE the Genuine Virginia saddle Have them in stock now J C McClary Stanford PURE S C Drown Leghorn eggs for sale Write or phone Mrs Robert L Berry Hustonville Ky CALL and see us in our new room in the Odd Fellows building corner Main and Depot streets Cummins Wear en GRASS is growing Cut it before It gets too high sprinkle it before it gets too dry Lawn mowers and hose at GeoD Hoppers CIRCUIT COURT will begin in Stanford on the fourth Monday In May instead of the second Monday in June as for merly The Shanks law made the change MCKINNEYMreit VMoore of McKinney will have a nice line of millinery by Easter to which she cordially Invites all tho ladies to call and exam ine before purchasing A FRIEND of young writes as follows In the contest given at Grays Saturday night Miss Steele Pimber lake ono of Lincoln countys most accomplished teachers won the first prize which was a free trip home Easter Miss Pimberlake is a student of the Normal class at BarbourVille Her subject was The Woman of America It r ESTESEzra Estes whose illness we mentioned last issue died at tho home of Dr J W Acton at Kingsvillo and was buried in Pulaski county lie was about 20 years old and a model Christian boy being a devout member of the Baptist church Ho spent some time at Phoenix Arizona in tho effort to stay the dread disease but received no benefit and returned a few weeks ago lIe was a nephew of Dr Acton who partly raised him Tim DEATH op A SAINT Thousands who have listened to the sweet gospel of lovo as preached by Rev George 0 flames the mountain evangelist as he loved to bo called will shed n tear that ho is no more Tho end came peacefully Friday at his homo on Sani bel Island Fla where worn out in the service of his Muster ho had retired to rest His years were long upon the earth 81 and he goes to the reward promised the finally faithful with the love of all who were blessed by tho eloquence of his almost divine power Tho writer knew him for many years and has listened often in rapture nt his novel presentation of Bible truths which always bore the stamp ofearnest ness if not of orthodoxy A bright crown we verily believe now adorns the brow of Brother Barnes and that in the land that is fairer than day which ho loved so much to describe ho sings tho songs of the redeemed and en joys tho bliss of those who fought the good light and won the victory hero below Frankfort Journal PROGRAM of entertainment to be giv en nt the Graded School this Friday evening Piano Rustic Dance Reinecko RecitationI can hardly wait until I get to be a man Grade Boys Tomahawk Drill Sixth Grade ChorusSeven Little Chickens Second Grade Dialogue Tho Assessor Seventh Grade Action SongBusy Little Housekeep ers Concert Recitation Were Out for Fun Third Grade PianoSchottische Karaemer Thomas and Clinton Coleman OrationSchola Vitae John Downer Jr Dialogue A Darkeys Double Prescott Brown and Arnold Brady Debate Resolved that Lincoln Should have a New CourtHouse Affirmative Wallace Singleton Jno M Waters Negative Charles Downer and Lester OBannon PianoA May Day Rathburn Ella Eichenberger Mamie Single tion and Erne Baughman Go to Hoppers for the cheapest and best horse collars NEW shipment of buggies just in Seo them E T Pence I KNOW I can youa hat If you dont believe it give me a chance to show you Miss Ella May Sa n ders A woMAN writer onhealth topic declares housework gives women a beautiful figure Stanford girls shoul not miss this splendid and cheap oppor tunity to Improve their already prett figures FOR om RENT Grcenhous and florist business in Lancaster Ky for sale or rent at very reasonable fig ure No opposition in flowers or vegetable plants Heavily stocked and will sell or rent June 1 without stock 1 have other business Call and Invest gate John Christman Jr Lanncas ter Ky- CARD OF THANKSWe desire to extend our heartfelt thanks to our man friends relatives and neighbors for the kindness and sympathy shown us in the loss of our dear son and brother L D Jones who departed this life March 22 1908 Especially do we wish to thank Dr T H Singleton for his constant ef forts to relieve our brother and to chef ish his sweet life and we also thank undertaker J C McClary for his kind and consoling words at home and Rev Til ford at the grave The Bereav ed Family Home In Lexington to Trade or or Sill I Imve n nice home In Ixxlngton that J desire to swop for it imnll turns near Hton lord The reildence U um of cottage styl unit has nil the modern conveniences 18 than hall block trout street cur line Von talnssevenrooms room andnver hrrgrdluingroon4Loenl vd not fur from mole foliage and 5 of the student take their inenli there Building U lighted by natural gas Home fruit tree and grape arbor In yard Fine cistern Wll either trade or soli on IIIV terms J II Htcpiieni Lexington Ky Ornhnut Acholograph of the house Is nt this olllco am proiptctlvc purchasers are Invited to col niul ee It PUBLIC SALE putIkof Moreliinil Ky oil TUBMDAY APIUI 14TII The following deserltHd property Pair 3 yrolcl Mute Mules 1J band well brok mid good workers Brood lucre by Or Time und In foul by Ulunlty hare Jyeni oldttllr tlniii by On Time sired by till ton Yvnrllhgktudcolt dRill by On Time sired by Dignity hart 3 No Milk Vow ot thorn fresh 48 Yearling Cuttle a eo stock Hogs or Npounders S thoroughbred hrown Leghorn liens Ol Hickory Wagon 3 Inch Champion inns er lloonlT Ube Drill with fertilizer nn gross send attachment DUo Hnrrov Machine Hay Ibn- k2NzuIlverWdlled flows Wheat Km Keefl Cutter Hot Wagon Harness Iloi Otllr Corn Hheller hood Heed Howe ro or barrels iota In crib aw hates 0 Timothy lillY Houtehold and Kltchtf Kurnlturo mid other thing too luimvrou to mention Term made known on day of sale- JJAVUIOIlTMoreland Ky PEYTON ly one mule Jack will make the prewn season ntMoreland Kynt 8tolniuronll Ingcolt nets n sure foal getter and I con Idor him nn extra good mule Jack HI mule round up when matured right nt I 1m ml i high Also tine black jack TURNER with white polbts hnndil Inch will li permitted to serve marts nt ts to Insure Ihlnll Heolilt colts on my Inrw the lire oxtm good I have two young Jock Hmirlito and Midday that will serve n foi inarei crntlx My tt like hor- seIndependence Chiefw- ill serve n limited number of marts nt St Insure nllvlnit colt Independence Uhlct litdumbyUambettaWllkeswIth live pro ductng dams and Ueclllan Chief U II KlSci Morelnnd Ky WANTED My old friends and tho public In genera to know that I have formed n partnershl lu the pointing builuvsi with George Walk er who comes to me well recommended wltl several years experience In Chicago In dtanapolls and nnd we guaran tee our work to be second to none Jn houn painting In sill Its branches such ns deco rating lino finish graining paperhanging and cleaning Fresco Our motto test material honest work Ilvi and let live price We lire no agents for foreign house or flan and patronize Luna dealer Cilvo us n trial we will please you Kstlmatcs promptly furnished on city and country work 17l Coney Hotel IIOBKRT life IlltmeON Stanford Ky Tho cheery robins note cones twltterln from the bough The time to paint nnd decorate Is fast op preaching now All nature Is decorating why not thouT Mclherson and Walker ore the men to get because nature shows them how That they understand their business oil people will allow They your dining room or parlor with beau will endow Whether will be of tho hammer or drher of tho plow rightthisAfter seeing our work and rending this ad If you dont get us to do your work youl always wish you had PalntlnKOmlnlngPuperand Yrelcolng a specialty Coffey Ilouu Phone dtanfo I Separate Spring Coats Wo have a big line to choose from from the medium price fancy and co vert to handsome Silk coats Price 8450 to 1850 NEW NOTIONS New Square Veils at GOo to 8150 Now Chiffon Veiling 25c yd to 45c New large DottettVeililg 25c to 40c BELTS Endless varieties in Leather Elastic Gilt and the new Straw Belts and Bows South East Corner Main and I Depot Streets I New Dress Goods I I We now have the fullest and most complete and up todatd line of Dress Goods it has ever been our pleasure to show you Come to us for your Mohaira in White Blue Black Brown and Tan from 50c to 81 per yard Panamas in Blue Blacktand Tan 50 to 81 per yard Voiles m White Blue Brown and Black nt 81 per yard New Fancy Mohairs for Full Suits Persian Braids in the latest patterns See our window for your New Silk Waist Give us a trial and we can satisfy you TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY r rill J Try Our Baby Chick Feed The life of the Baby Chick depends largely on the feed it gets Purina Baby Chick feed saes the lives ofIBaby Chicks and gives them a growthGive Scratch feed to your hens which keeps the blood in goodrcirculation and makes them lay Try our oyster shell also W H HIGGINS Im Stanford Kentucky IIf THE CHARLESt WHEELER t EMPORIUM My clearance Salo is Continued until further Notice My Cut Rate Shoes and Slipperson sale now at 50c on the Dollar Professor Aeolian of New York will give n Musical Concert every afternoon and Durijg the Display of the Merry Widow hat he will render the Merry Widow Opera a CHAS WHEELER the Price Figh ter OK Lincoln County national Bank Oi Stanford Kentucky Capital 5OOOOOO Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER JOHN O REID BOOKKEEPER H C CARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEPR DIREOrORSi J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford John P Cash TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachersville LilburnfGooch Gilberts Creek The Interior Journal SnltTtd in the Ptul Office at Stanford at tteanddatt maUtr- nBLIIISBD TUESDAYS AND FIUDATSJ AT 100 PER YEAR CAS When not so paid IJOO will be charged r L tN TIME TABLE No South hill PM No M Mouth ua PM No si North ua A Not North iiis r JOSS RICE Agent Rhode Island Red Eggs Ithode Island lied KRRI IIJSO for f I for for I nin agent for cyphers In- culator and Brooders Mrs L n OOOK Htnnford Ky Jesse W Sweeney rnorniKToR Livery Food and Sale StAbleI Lancaster Ky BaD CARTER Now Liver Depot StreetII Phone 96ISTANFORDKENTUCKYI 10 REWARD I For the arrest and conviction of any person trespassing upon my farm day or night or doing Injury to stock In traveling the pub lie Injury to tock from the lands of other ppopte This reward refers to pnn present nnd future lobo over a spec reward of sro for particulars see me JU Carpenter Wanted To Buy Oak and Beech Lumber I Will highest prices Have for sale Oak and Beech Flooring Write to Kentucky Hardwood Flooring Co Beech St near Woodland Ave Lou isvllle Ky A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McEoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building Sign Writing Draper and House Pointing Paper Hanger G MEDAIRY Interior Fresco Decorator I Graining Kte McKINNKY KV TOBACCO BARNS 1 compflnleshRecnceJl1their others have censed writing at n time when the farmer needs them the most A Friend Innred is a Krlend Indeed The Home In surance Company of N Y the largest and most popular Hire Insurance Company Pins always and Is now writing tobacco barns nnd all classes of farm property They hnvo t not cancelled n Ingle Policy even In coun I ties where the tobacco trouble has been tho Sworst For Insurance on nil classes of farm Address or Phonef r Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man r Phone 36 STANFORD KY ylS JlBeazleyCo a UndertaKers and EmbalmC ere Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugsTey- will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock ff Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY r J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and i Dealer InHarness Saddler tSTANFORD KY Cffleo Phouei67 home Phono si i FARMERS DEPARTMENT Two sows weighing about 200 pounds and 15 pigs fpr sale Mrs Lee Stone Stanford NICE lot of locust posts for sale at Jumbo Ky D C Sipple Stanford R F D No3 raisef1bred Durocs R L Berry Huston ville Ky M J Hoffman will have a carload of yearling and twoyearold cattlo for sale at the sale of J J Wright More land next Tuesday April 14 R H Crow sold T F Stratton of Tennessee a threeyearold Mabel geld ing for 300 He also sold J R Benz ley a Preston gelding and a Knob Squir rel mare four years old For sale yellow seed corn of the best variety also white corn that cant be beat made 14 barrels to the acts last season on 18 acres of ordinary land a bushel H C Anderson Stanford Fort SALERed hornless bull calf sire and dam both hornless Extra good one Also two nice phaeton ponies Can be driven by ladies and are not afraid of automobiles Box 161 Stanford Ky Read the horse advertisements of R S Scudder and John Z Spoonamorc which appear this issue The former two fine stallions and three jacks thb latter has a good son of the great old stallion Pence George H Eitabrook of Denver Col has bought of Capt J J Druien of Bardstown the ti1e year old bay mare Spanish Queen by Onward Sil ver 2051 dam by Wilkes Boy 224 second dam by Dictator 218 Price 12000In advertising columns will be seen the picture and pedigree of C C and S K Carpenters fine stallion Prospect He is a great individual and- a proven breeder two of his yearling colts selling recently for 500 See him hero court day You will like him H F Hillenmeyer the wellknown nurseryman of Fayette county says that after a careful investigation he is satisfied that there has been comparatively little damage by the cold snap andfrost Said Mr Hillenmeyer The peaches in the lowlands aro un doubtedly severely damaged those on high lands injured very little while the apple crop as well strawberries and similar fruit are not hurt at all The English plums such as greengages are damaged to some extent but the American plums like tho wild goose are unhurt The principal damage la to the peach crop and I expect to cat peach cobbler this summer just the sameDeath 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 mo 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 half bottles I was a well man again I found out that New Discovery Is the best remedy for coughs and lung disease In all the world Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 60o and 81 Trial bottle free That populanconductor Capt Ben McGraw of the Bluegrass Special who was badly bruised in the wreck last week is getting along nicely and it is the desire of every man woman and child along the line of the Q C that he will be back to his accustomed place again Capt McGraw is a gentleman of the old school and one of the best all round conuctors that ropeJessamineJournal Pain anywhere can be quickly stopped by one of Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets Pain always means con rresBurcDrShoops coax congested blood away from pain centers These Tablets known by druggist its Dr Shoops Headach- eTabletssimply equalize the blood circulation and then pain always departs in 20 minutes 20 Tablets 25c Write Dr Shoop Racine Wis for free package Sold by Peonys Drug Store John Sharp Williams wants the government to distribute 25000000 among the States for the building of good roads If this is done and Kentucky adopts the Constitutional amend ment permitting the State to aid in the building of roads this good old Commonwealth may after awhile do away with her many thoroughfares that are neither passable nor even Jackasaiblo Journal The New Pure Food and Drug Law Wo are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles is not affect ed by tho 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 Gov Willson set aside yesterday to applitatlonforJames Howard This May Interest You No one is Immuno from Kidney trouble so just remember that Foleys Kidney Cure will ttop the Irregulari ties and cure any case of kidney and bladder trouble that Is not beyond the reach of medicine Pennys Drug Store Returns from tho Minnesota Publican primaries show a big victory for the Taft forces assuring the Secretary a big majority of the delegates StonewallJacksonJr This fine black Raddle Htalllon was sired liv the saddle breeding stnlllon Old- Hionuwall This colts dnnl was a lion murk moro lie Is n nice colt He Puss tolls to prdvo Ills good breeding Will stand nt u to Insure until wennlhg tune I bold lien on nil colts until paid fur Barren mares iiinde to stand by the Impregnator Billy BreckinridgeT- his Ono blllck wits slntl by Major John I Harriss Imported Jack He will innka the senses of nt my tarn lit f to Insure a colt until weaning tlinu Ills lIt- of 1W7 Is now on my farm to show for his good breeding He Is a sure foul getter A TTrnylor ABons Pleasant Hill breed lug farm Stanford It K U No Beau Naboth 45006 r By Naboth 10116 byNorval5tl3la J by Metropolitan liTl by llamblelon lan 10 and lam Josephine oy Mambrlno Ktarllght Wli by Diirllmy 4th data Mary Withers by Oliver thoroughbred 6th dam by1VagherSift dan by Imp Tranby 7th dnci by Thorntons Ilattler standingl5ayhandsofgrentsgIoaidnctlunandhas proved ids ability to Impart his qualities to ids colts Will stand at the tarn of Felix White 1H miles south of Htanford near Somerset pike at 111 to Insure a living colt Stares from n distance erased at 280 Money duo when mare Is traded or parted with or bred elsewhere The l ost personal dirt taken though no rellOlUlblllltfor ac cede ti or escapes Htnnford Ky ASHLAND BROOK 117M1Vol Kugene Iluck er Ashland rook wits foaled ttttJoiidtiny with left hind foot white stands hands high s IKiimiiKK Hired by HMent Brook No MnrgsretIhtthgnte 171plotlIrookbaim2u1134record SCT Ashland crooks 1st dart Bona Wren by Ashland Wllkui tI1 record 174 the sire of John 1tIentryouts Sally To ler J0 k send by lied ollddlUIII ftllownetlonIllsbtarIllgof style nod llnlih Ashland Brook will make the present season nt 111 to Insure n living colt JennwtJackDillyKeeneI1l1bbloIrlnce i hanlllblockunsurpassed as mule or Jennet Jackblscolts always bringing the highest prices Mares traded parted with or bred elsewhere for felts the insurance and money Income due at the time of such transaction KING EAGLE No hnndsIdghstyleand hoh7t Royal Kings Ut dam Molllo Mountz Ixllllttonshe by Knglo Illrd loll he by Old King KB hy1Iorrll45 thoroughbredNOTK breeder of tine colonel and high styletl colts oil having plenty of size and action KingEngleal our stable two mid onehalf miles West thelowWill also stand the great mule Jack Jim JluiKeenslrrdbythe Keeneisgreat mule Jack tin sire of the colt it lid twoyearold that won first In thrlr classes last year at the Kentucky tunic Fair T II AHIIIH A IIUDT WOODH- Phono 75 King 3 MtnhfordKyTE- lWARFIEL Trial 211 Trotting Ihirk Hay Htalllon Flrstdnnilaugbty u cord tIIX sire of Hultleton 4yr record tIt4nntllicurd 2255 sire of onward silver uftH und siredbyKing176slreotThlnehullng J0t f erby 30 heir at Jaw S0 s 0 others in 11 end dnm Ballet by Nutwood the sire of in the list ItinNedbyMnmhrlno Vhlef II inuresItosize stud sulmtuncu unu plenty ofsiiMHl JhI Illthesubstance anti speed only Jn part emphiiUe Riveevilsymmetrlcnl chnructeras to tank him u stnlllon iiinoim iiniiiy ills land and neck seenfnconnectiuuwithhisfaultless whet gnlt and great beauty are especially linpri lvo You should set this horse before hreoillmt You oneThedams In the great brunt mare list Ho unit two Mambrlno King crosaos two Mambrlno Intclieii two JII IIrlllo Chief title Chimes ono onward George Wllkm Electioneer Nutwood Htriithmoro more trotting crosses than Oil stallion ullve lJeIIlICrelorll2mMambrlno Patchon M he by Miimbrlno byElectioneerDiire eIII a grunt winner Ho won the championship tho National horse HhoIIn I8W class first National horse Horso Mhow1MWefnss211rsINutlahi Horso Hhow IHW class cliiiinpUiiiHlilp Notional Horso Hhow lit nu 2 llrst National HorsoHhow IWWclnssS first Nntlonul Horse Hhow iwnl cities Unit llotton Horse Show I reserve llottan liars Hhow clues I second Boston Horse Hho UnU cliissa see reservellotintonllorxoHlioirltUlcliissT He tired The Beau Ideal 2ISiq iitlro of Prlnco s Helen linntIlnfllrlllIu Living dolt iAOKCONQUEItOILnt anifeet Have your colts castrated by T F Gross Crab Orch lard Ky ThowoH known castrator of Ihorscs and horse doctor Phone In residence GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing vrtum there so difference In the price of ready- made suits and n suit iiinde to your measure taken by an experienced tnllort I have n handsome line of HprlnaAHUmmergoods I business suit to laeanestdrenaultAlso Overcoats Trous representII O ILUILEY The Tailor Htanford Ky PRESTON 922V- ol 111 IhcgRltedhowduced winning nt all the Kentucky lairs and also lit the horse shows nt Ixmlsvlllo brownhorsewith tine style nml very action Sired by Washington First dam Hell by illioderlck second data by IHniimrk Jeoplorecord as n show horse and aliofur breeding purpotes stnblJwrmonthtrRIedDrub Orchard Ky GALTON 12910 Neuron of lfjlire of Oul vine AI Hums 214Sf anti six others with trials from to 1IttltrhomlIone In the tan list tilted by iamtietta Wll kesSIl Vitho sire oflO In the fJU lint In 2laantI etterclahnel to ho the gn ntest sire In the world 1st dam Maltoy Held iKniml dam of S with rvrords of from Ilf to 2rnh byEnfield J son of Humbltonhtn s Amerlran Mtar Knfiel- dl20hasSIn2t3t hls daughters bun J In byelietuckyonndeZ7L4 and dams of It In the rlll lI1t QI1lendlnlrlllulllo IualtouncoltsimvegonesigaliiitMiuUUfeRt hilt it Ulm after mOlurlt JllIrlllll olll ftRbleojvllle pike nt alb to insure a living colt Mm firdu If mare Is traded niter bade of grass at MO iwr month saved6x preMly for mares no other stock mixed with- nor hon grass lot and large stables for mares to foul Omen ltlllt cote Phone In ri ldenIIU9tonvHIKxehani WtIIlIItDl- Iulol1IIIlIC Morgan Denmark This line stallion will make tin present seasonal the low prlro of eight Iollarslo In sure a living roll He has more iHiiunnrk blootl than tiny living stnlllon as will Im shown by his ncdlgrtn Morgan lienmark was sired by the noted stallion on Time Importedliedgeinrllady Morgan was one or the l t saddle a nil byStunewnll JK BAUGHMAN Illack jack with white points IIIS hands high large heed and war heavy lane was sired by excellent mule and fennelJneknndaproyen sure foalgetter Asa breeder he has been true and proven second to none Intldlnrslc- Ity lie will stand nt the low price of fa to Insure n living colt Jennets Mime terms as mares JOHN The noted Ham Covhran Jack 1ms lawn tried In this locMlty for 10 yeors nnd given satisfaction Ht Is In splendid condition to make the resentetsonanti will stand at the low price of to Insure n living colt You run no risk in patronising such it jack BULL Will stand n fine Iollnl Angus bull at one dollar at the Kale lie lust proven an excellent breeder The stove mentioned stock will stand nt my tarn one utile North of Ireachersvlllr pikeMares alllimesresponlblo should nay arrldenu occur It G IBTTWH Btnnford It K II No Uastln Phone 78 K Lincoln Squirrel pointsl6handshlgltandgood tqpe splendld leek and line nlekwwl set In high mounted shoulders a combined bred horse but I me him only In harness and a more perfect harness horse I love never seen Guilt still very wit with extreme high action all around nod I think him to beonoof thlxst stallions In the Pilate to breed to to get good hlghsclais walktrot youfnlie Pins some yearling and twoyearold colts that I Invite breeders to see runioBKE Llmoln Huulrrel wns slrrd b MqulrrelItaIbyhilaekBaglc7iht IyGreenMounminiest 1lncoln Hliilrrelii hit dam Kate Messenger by Messenger llriozv full brother to Maude Messenger record S18 Sad dom Maria Depnuw by Mambrlno Htnr light n full brother to Lady Thorn 221 1rd don Mollle Prow by Yorkthlru lllnck grand sin Is the slm of more noted hlghclavs saddle horse than IIlghhllllllllImllrkand many others Will make the scrim of INs lit sic iMirn In Htnnford at nun to Insure a living colt Money due when colt Is foaled or mure ported with Happy Brummel HHl sorrel S white fort strtru lid snip Itti hiudahlghIvenrsotd and Iln1 young saddle alol lUll tlmt I ever owned Hired by JIniu lirum med 1st dun FannieAIntout by Almolit Jr dnm Hllver Denmark Hrd dnm by IIl1l11hlIOIlII1I1 4th than by Brest he by Vnrrlck he hy Cnrtxnii p9 This permlttfd to servo onlyntarrsandwliln few prepared to ilnfoiit all rlmmplons Hervlco J1S to insure a living roll Red Light lied sorrel 1I0r l1 UltrO IIllIhllll hIgh extra weight and Sired by famous roadster nml sire lied IeaLwho Is too well known to nil horsemen to netil description and ho by O IUIny JIH ltilum by lied Wllko Ibd LlRlitsUtilnin was Day Maid hv Cfclllhn 2iu of tin Grunt liimlH ttii hikes 2nd dnm Nill by old HiiUorn Urd dnm Noonelll 1110Jidata DnrkiiHts by WiiRlier In olTrlnJ till services of this promising thatwilhththat lid Is bound to prove urtat stock horio Will IItIiI my sale burn In Hlllllfordllnl will tw m rniltted to norvoSO more nt fO to Insure a living colt intonoy duo when colt Is foaled or mnre parted with He will then put In training anti given a record Id sure to see him before hreexdlng your Rood mores JAMES n BBAXLEV Stanford Ky DIGNITY DARE NO 1982 A S H R 30 to Insurer1 Owned by D S Carpenter Hustonville Ky liictun taken atI tear oldl Prospect 2087 A S II R At 15 to Insure C C S K CirptnUr Lawn Mm 2 12 Mites Wof Huitonvillf This combined stnlllon with nmklb wa IHW A rest pleasure to took st hgr haltslOll of lac nt Lawn Merr Mtork Farm hu Mor usxlT wttlta mile West of lluitonvlll Kjon tin IInMtItlolo fllI Hln tHcsiltt liar MK kw a i kepoarU trndwl or IlItrltt l with ar bred 10allO 4 It dam ham llan sea h OaII r teronoil colts tlnseason istudd Iarrad tit IlaIIKawtak pLaser In nnwrag tlrtIRonnhlolewlllrecelveourJenonslntlhtlaIliltt MINIarliOrlthatluiaetibrwlmores1saIJIIttCRIITIUCfoltled In ten le hands nve gaited borer flh tknt long ware iwettJtlonally brood flat land hnismoolh Ut 11111 Ills and oilwr Plates Was winner rklhnlUII11IY neck first lu yioli At mt o iwt was ofIII1ItRIIIytarln n fins horse lie n lane of rx front rBi What lIIor could UM drinaiMi VTWIIandsnddle gnlts with n iMnutttul trot lu her lhonelltshiisolrKyEehtnge If you try any of tine Diuumiitl IIIgrIuuls ymi will UP no other Every thing branded D E is vnrrantnl food stuck to ftltPt from OeOKQf He FARRISot THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEF- OR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE iiBlJ4NCOnPOfATcO u If You Want the Purest and Best i J 1 Drugs get Them from t1 Y Vr s 1 STANFORD DRUG CO I