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THE INTERIOP JOURNAL fVOL XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 14 1908 NO 121HIGHLAND Mrs Lena Butt is considerably Improved Mrs E J Mills was qulto I sick this week John Uustln sold his homo and lot of 10 acres to Rev J M Cook for Rev Henry Mills for 200 Some of the fnrmcri begin to think they will not got to put In their crops on account of so much rain Eugene Hutchlion has rented his faun to MM Ilarvo Watts nnd ho has taken possession of his fathers farm Thos Hutchison of Somerset was hero last week to bid his uncles family f gonejterest of the new Methodist church hero Mrs Jane Herzoir is visiting Mrs Mary Baugh Mr JoirHnle has moved to his now residence while Mr II Hatfield has taken possession of Halos late residence Mart Surber has moved back from llurnsido Mr Iut Warflcld of Casey has mov ed to tho B Spires place Abel James has moved to the Uaughman farm near Butts store Lark Vanhook has mov ed back from Somerset The Gastineau Bros of Garrard county have bought a piece of land of Mr II Hatflold and are putting up a house on It for Mrs Flora Walls widow of 11 II Walls The writer with W G Acton and Misses Muriel Acton and Efllo Young of this place nnd tho Misses Brown of Pleasant Point and Miss Bortha Thompson of Klntfsvllle attended the funeral of Eva Fates nt Good hope church near Woodstock Putaski count where in the absence of a minister the funeral services were conducted by a young Mr Colson nnd Mr McWheo idon This was tho old home of Mr t v dillellIchaving just returned from n four months stay in Arizona only Iwo weeks before his death The house was crowd cd to overflowing with schoolmates and n more Impressive funeral tho writer never saw before To tho sorrowing relatives wo say weep not as those who weep without hope but live so as to meet Ezra in that Heavenly city Party Calamity IAL Roberts editor of the leading Republican paper In the State the Lexington Lender says Tho election of Gov Bradley to the United States Senate by an unholy alliance was accomplished by the sacrifice of every hopo of securing non partisan registration election and re districting laws and by tho practical repudiation of tho Republican platform declaration In favor of a uniform county unit bill and it has wrecked Gov Willsons administration so far as constructive political legislation is concerned and opened the way for l the rehabilitation of Gov Beckham on I u temperance platform The States Sonatorship was not worth the price tho Republicans of Kentucky pall It and wo be lieve the day will como when the elec tion of Senator will be looked upon AS a party calamity A Twenty Year Sentence I hnvo Just completed a twenty year health sentence imposed by Ducklons Arnica Salvo which cured mo of bleeding piles Just twenty years ago Writes O S Woolovor of LeKayavlllo N Y Dueklens Arnlun Salvo heals the worst sores boll burn wounds and cuts in tho short ost time i5a at Pennys Drug Store PEYTON I lylllt utule lurk will nmkA tier niM ut Mtuonnt Monilaml Kynt IS to HiMittH liv Hflt inuroiiwl KoU rnnU eon ablrhtm nil extrn food nude hurl llli mult i round up whfuiiiintunriirlKlwiU lauds high Iu a Ilna IIlnalu k TURNER I f with whhelwdhta15hnnds1 Inoli will IlfrmlllI to ernro nuirv to Innurti MOIlls olla onmy innu they iiiffxtrn good t lmv u two young Jacks Munrto lid Midday that will tvrvu n few inure urntl My tt Ilks hor- seIndependence Chief NwlIIlIrIIIIIItI d nmntMT of imirao At f to liiilvpvndvtivi Ohio1 Ut dam by liiiiiliptin Vllkon with Ilvx pro dinIng dimu nnd ulrwl l v 1olllnlllhllllI- I KINU Morehind Ky Commissioners SalelLincoln Circuit Court III OlHMlllMUV tO Judgment Of tlH IltUTOln Circuit court rudertdatthed Hpttuliil Muroh term Itrrt lu inunction of 110 Wnrruui Ailinr Ac It U WnrmnM hairs etc the utidrrlged JomiiiU lonwr will nt tit r oclock r MOII Atonda- yAlltU SOthlMX- Iu front of tho Court UouiodourlnHttiiifonl Ky sell lit pulillo outcry to tho highest mud lH st bidder tlwtniol of ulioiil II nero of laud on l iinvlllettriH t In Hlnnfcml Lincoln iUiunty IlotindiMl on the North lijr tho In nil of lrl lullii M Hlms on tho Itnm liy tilt land of W T Htono Oil tin Mouth by the Inndnof N Maunder Itilin helm and Million and on the Wlt liy Iliu Htunfonl- k 11811t It tutu t nf for utn Ii tomitUfy th lndobttvlltres of It C Vnr riiinniountliii to Itsuand the cost not thin pioi tllnii- TKIIUN Thu Mile will ninilo on n creditor lx months The inirelmwr will la rt qutiwltorxrcula laud for pnrrhiiM1 prliu wltu Komi tocnrlty piiyuhlo to tho roiur IxitrliiK lfiiLlnti rest from of solo until pulil iKivlntt the forioiiiul Blleot of Judg milit uml nlio Mumml hy lion on the land rti tttInivhPiitcropigrovliigonrlnuilialator GEO B SAUFLBY M C L C 0 GEORGE 0 BARNES Tho death of the Rev Gcdrga 0 Barnes removed a figure which some years ago attracted a great deal of ate tcntion In Kentucky and many other States and countries Opnlon was much divided with reference to him but lit tIe doubt was ever entertained us to his sincerity and the labors that he performed were stupendous His last years were passed In comparative obscurity so far as his native State Is concerned and It Is probable that the infirmities of ago restrained the restless activity which so long characterized himMr Darnel began life at a regular minister of tho Presbyterian church Ills work ad a missionary in India was not marked so for as is known by any departure from the standard of his church While stationed at Stanford after tho war ho began to give utter ances to certain doctrines which were not In accord with tho teachings of the church Efforts were mado to get him to withhold their utterance but after a time ho broke with tho churchentirely and set up as a free lance Ills first protracted meeting as an evangelist af ter leaving the church was at Lebanon In December 1876 and ho attracted great attention by tho fervor of his ut terances Afterward he held meetings at a number of other points and In all of them ho mado a decided impression and tho number of people who pro faMed communion under his ministra tions was very large Ills powers as a public speaker wore extraordinary- So far as orthodoxy according to tho symbols of any church Is concerned Mr Barnes mado little pretension to It Ho was reported from tlmo to timo to have given his adherence to the sys tems of various teachers mostly men outside of tho regular communions though some of those reports may have been incorrect Iswus not possible however for his admirers to follow him In any connected system of theology for ho changed his position from time to time There wero many however who believed In tho man and who woro always eager to hear him no matter what brand of theology he was under stood to favor Among the Ideas of Mr Oarnca was that of the faith euro and his homo at Stanford known IS tho Pink Cottage was long tho resort of people seeking relief from a variety of diseases In process of tlmo this was given up Whether Mr Barnes changed his opine ions on this subject or not it Is cer tain that tho faith cure attracted loss attention in his later ministrations Ills converts connected themselves with va rious churches and some of them with none at all It is impossible to say what porportion of them remained true to tho professions which they made dur ing his meetings Whljo ho will bo remembered as a pee culiar force in tho religious world the want of continuity in his teachings will prevent his passing into history either as the founder of n sect or as a cham pion of any particular doctrine beyond his statement that God is Love a teaching by no means peculiar to him Nevertheless ho will long be remember ed as a pulpit orator of peculiar elo quence and power Courier Journal Weak geennd last tug help by using Dr Snoops Night Cure Thoso soothing healing anti septic suppositories with full In formation how to proceed tire Interest Ugly told of in my book No 4 For Women Tho book and strictly con fldiHitiul inedionl ad vice to entirely free Simply write Df Sboop Ra clue Wla for my book No 4 Sold by Pennys Drug Store 4 The resignation of Supt Collins of the AntiSaloon League ought to ho followed by that of another of Its officers one G W Young They are in a largo measure responsible for the election of tho Republican ticket and tho subsequent slaughter of tho county unit bill They ore a sorry pair and should have been mado to- go if not of their own accordFrankf- ort Journal Mr S L Dowon of Wayne W Va writes I was a sulToror from kidney disease so that at times I could not got out of bud and whon I did I oould not stand straight I took Foloys Kidney Cure Ono dollar bottlo and part of tho second lured mo entirely Foloys Kidney Curo works wondurs whore others are total failures Pennys Drug Store Senator Foraker in a speech before the Baltimore A M E Conference in Washington declared his opposition to a lily white Republican party and said new parties would bo organized if the rights of the colored voter were not considered The question he said would be settled at tho Chicago Convention pp Tho W J Frazier Companys distil lery near Versailles was destroyed by fire NEWS NOTES The Olivestreet Rank in St Louis has closed Its doors W a Castle of Louisville was elected president of tho Millers Nation nl Federation in convention in Chicago Dr John D Jordan a noted Baptist preacher of Atlanta is dead lie orig finally lived at Russellvillo this State Rear Admiral Evans physicians say ho Is suffering from complications which will make his permanent recovery very slowCharles Henry Parker 02 years of age and tho oldest Harvard alumnus died at his home in Boston Ho was a member of tho class of 1833 Dr George W Griffiths one or Louisvilles most distinguished citizens and ono of the leading surgeon of Ken tucky and the South is dead Dr David Kellar ono of the best known physicians in Central Kentucky died at his homo in Lexington lie was a surgeon in tho Confederate army Dillard Fielder ono of the best known nnd most respected citizens of Madison county died In Louisville where ho had gono to undergo an opera tion for cancer The president and vlco president or tho Neal Bank at Atlanta were indicted on a charge of lending more than 25 per cent of the capital stock to a con cern in which they were interested The monument erected by the State of Minnesota in the National Park at Shiloh to the memory of the Minnesota soldiers who fell on that battlefield was dedicated Friday Gov Johnson made a stirring address- A Now York anarchist has written President Roosevelt protesting against the action of the Now York police In brooking up a meeting Ho contends that it was an Interference with tho right of free speech Col William Lie Lacey a prominent lawyer and Civil War veteran com mitted suloldo at New York leaving a note In which ho said ho killed himself deliberately and after long considera tion believing lire to bo a game of which hn was tired Leo C Thurman of West Point Ky was hanged at Norfolk Va Friday for the murder on February 1 1900 of Walter P Dolson of Michigan his roommate whose body ho packed In a trunk and then fled being captured 18 months later at Vancouver B C Following tho failure of the Senate to pass tho antiracetrack gambling bills Gov Hughes sent to the New York Legislature a message renewing his recommendation for the enactment of this legislation and asking for the en actment of eight other propositions now pendingThe Court of Shelby county has decided to submit to the voters of tho county a proposition to issuo 100 000 of bonds for the erection of a new courthouse to replace the present building which has been in use many years Tho Fiscal Court also appropriated 25 000 toward tho repair of the roads Seven men were arrested at Murray on warrants charging them with being night riders tho specific allocation being banding and confederating to in jure others Tho arrests were made by tho State troops now in charge of the situation at Murray and a change has been made In the attitude of the citizens toward the soldiers who are now looked on with favor Tho languid lifeless feeling that comes with Spring and early Summer can bo quickly changed to a feeling of buoyantly and energy by tho judicious use of Dr Snoops Restorative The Restorative is a genuine tonic to tired rundownnerves and but a few doses is neodou to satisfy tho user that Dr Shoops Restorative Is actually reach inf that tired spot Tho indoor life of Winter nearly always leads to slug gish bowels and to sluggish circula tion in general Tho customary lack of oxerolso and outdoor air ties upUio liver stagnates tho kidneys and of Himos weakens tho Hearts action Use Dr Shoops Restorative a few weeks and ull will be changed A tow days test will tell you that you arc using tho right remedy You will easily and surely note tho change from day to day Sold by Pennys Drug Store The General Council at Hopkinsvlllo has revoked tho franchise of the Cum berland Telephone Co which claims its rights under an franchise tho East Tennessee Telephone Co Long litigation is expected to follow He Got What He Needed Nino years ago It looked as if my time had como says Mr C Farth ing of Mill CrooK Ind Tor I was so run down that lIfo hung on a very slender thread It was than my drug gist recommended Electric Bitters I bought a bottle and I got what I need ed strength I had ono foot in tho gravo hut Electric pittoca put It book op tho turf again and Ive been well over stncof Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 50c The Horse Show Mortal man never saw a better lot of horses than were exhibited at the an nual horso show yesterday They wero hero from 300pounJ Shetlonds to 1600 pound Percherons and all were good ones Spare forbids a lengthy mention but we hope wo do not miss any in this summaryH Curry of Eaton 0 showed a 1600 pound Pcrcheron yearIoldR E Goddard ot Mercer had the grand old stallion Red Leaf on hand Doc Gray Hugh Reid Fosters Shetland was very popular with the women and children Moreland Chief the property of How ard VanArsdale was greatly liked by the horse lovers T B Walker had on exhibition Rex Arbuckle a faststepping high acting black of good breeding- A T Traylor showed his black stal lion Stonewall Jackson Jr and won additional friends for him Powhatan by Dignity Dare a splen did animal of great promise is owned and was shown by L B Owens- F Reid did not havo Dorsey Gold dust here but he showed General Simmons a splendid harness stallllon Pence Jr John Z Spoonamores 16 hand son of Old Pence mado a good impression and won friends for himself Grant Monlcal 224 by Gambetta Wilkes owned by R G Evans and L K Rogers of Danville won much only thoroughbred presentwas Santon W P Givens fine horse lie was a great racer and is proving a fine breederJ Pettus Beau Naboth was one of tho popular horses shown Ho is by Old Naboth dam by Norval See about him elsewhere M S Baughman gave the crowd a chance to look at a firstclass jack in Choice Goods tho champion jack of Tennessee last year Dlshon Smiths Ante Carlo was conspicious for his absence The old fellow is a stepper and ho made the other horses go here last year The Warfield the magnificent trot tingbred stallion of S M Owens a good Individual and a royally bred horse His colts show what he can do C C Carpenter made a good show with Prospect the handsome son of Dignity Dare This magnificent horse promises to rival his siro as a breeder Dr G G Perrys Don Varrick was in good condition and wits well liked by tho large crowd He is a richly bred stal lion as his pedigree elsewhere will show It S Scudder had two good ones in Chester S and Chester Peavine The latter is a young horse of great style and action and ought to be a great breederIJ R Beazley showed his three stal lions Lincoln Squirrel Happy Brum mel and Red Light all good individuals of fine breeding See their pedigrees this issue Dignity Dare D S Carpenters great sire attracted a great deal of ate tention and was much admired He behaved himself well and looked pretty as a picture Ashland Brook and King Eagle owned by S T Harris and It B Woods The former a splendidly bred trotter and tho latter a saddle stallion of the first water- J C Bailey had the grand old stal lion Preston in fine condition and he was really admired W 0 W lkers- twoyearold stud by Preston was also shown and attracted a great deal of Dare which horse has just been registered was well shown by Mr Smith 1 Powell A fall colt him and owned by W II Murphy was also ex hibited Read In this issue Almont Dares breeding Death Was On Heels Jesse P Morris of Skippers Va had a close call In tho Spring of 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 Now Discovery It helped mo immediately anti after tak Ivr and a half bottles I was a polltitan again I found but that N6nJl8Covory is thebcst remedy for coughs and lung disease in all the world Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 50o and 81 Trial bottlo free Iko S Knight a wellknown citizen of North Fort Worth Tex armed with a doublebarrel shotgun run amuck and as a result one man is dead and two others are probably fatally wounded Plenty Of Trouble- is caused by stagnation of the liver and bowels To got rid of it and headache and blllousnosa and tho poison that brings jaundlco take Dr Kings Now Life Pills tho reliable purifiers that do tho work without grinding or griping 25o at Pennys Drug Store Spring Clothes I For Men Boys and Children Our stock is larger and more complete than ever before Buy Griffon Brand Spring Suit and have the best for your money in quality and style and makeWe all the latest fabrics iu brown tan grey stipes nnd plaids Come and See our clothes before you buy elsewhere nnd be convinced of the quality of our goods SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc I Wear Clothes To Fit Get Style Too When in Somerset See LEVENSON BROS Clothes All Spring Styles ReadyI We have the largest and most uptodate new stock of clothing nnd shoes for men young men nnd boys evdr shown in this city Let us remind you not Quiof our ability to sflrve you but of extensive assortment the quality of our offering and the exceptionally moderate prices We handle every thing for mien and boys Come and see us when in the city LEVENSON BROS Three Story Brick Opp Newtonian Hotel Phono 441 Somerset KvI Prst Watonal lan Stanford JCy Organized 882 Capital Slock S5OOO0 Jurpiut anti ndurdodmill S9 OOO Jfaof paidln Dividends sinca Organization 211 500 Inure 9eiv Accounts on Our 7arits OFFICERS DIRECTORS Reid H Baughman J S Hooker PresidentF J D Bimore J M Pettus S T Harrir Vice President S H Baughman J F Cummins John J McRoberts CashierS T Harris James Robinson MockerIL Perfect Heat T Hot water heating is perfect with tho exception of this Tho mosquitoa will bite you some during Winter Jf you can plit up with that then let Aldridgo heat your home so that you can enjoy all your rooms Hot water heating is clean economical and regular No sudden changes in temperature You will save enough in Coal Comfort and Health tj pay for the outfit in n few years S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Garden SeedsWith Toolsand Plows to Plant Them Wit- hPOULTRY FENCE To keep the chickens off You will find aNa riety at Reasonable Prices Geol Da Hoppers Stanford Ky 1 The Interior JournalI L C WALTON JOHN J MOSER IsncandldMo for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the notion of the Democratic party M BRUCE countsubjectt party tJAMES C HAYS is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county t abject to tbe action of the Democratic f party D C ALLEN t Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the Democratic party DINK FARMER It n candidate for the Democratic nomina tion for jailer of Lincoln county subject toIe the notion of the democratic party J W FOLEY If a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun of tho democratic pRrtyIM BAUGHMAN Ie n candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the nation of the democratic party HARVEY HELM It a candidate for the democratic nomina lion for Congress In this the Eighth dis Inlet to the actlon ot the democrat ic party tIn f favor of the pardoning of James How I ard and Caleb Powers charged with f complicity in the murder of William Goebel but postponed action and another hearing will be had today when it is expected that Commonwealths At torney Robert Franklin will be present The hearing was public in the Senate chamber at Frankfort and a large crowd was present While we feel al Tuesdaytake its course Pow ers case Because 10 jurors out of 48 I claimed to think Powers is innocent I should be no reason for executive Interference If Powers Is really innocen- and wants to prove that he is he should demand another trial forthwith and im I mediately His desire or rather de mand for a pardon is to us the surest sign of his guilt Tim name of Gov Charles E Hughes was presented to the Republican party as a candidate for the nomination fo President by the Republican party New York in convention An effort to have the State Convention demand that all district delegates vote for Gov Hughes until a nomination was made was defeated after a sharp debate The platform relates almost exclusively to National issues and besides warmly in dorsing President Roosevelts Administration favors tariff revision the main tenance of the policy of protection and legislation looking to a moreelastic cur rencyCBY the judgment of the Supreme Court of Tennessee in an exhaustive IW opinion delivered by Justice M M Neill the Standard Oil Company is oust ed from the State of Tennessee for the acts of the company at Gallatin Tenn in restraining trade By the judgment of the court the Standard can only en gage in interState commerce as far as Tennessee is concerned BEACH HARGI9 who killed his father Judge James Hargis was refused bailc after a hearing before Judge Adamsp which lasted two days atJackson gis entered and tempted to prove a plea of selfdefense Two witnesses r testified that they saw Judge Hargisu choke and beat the son who shot himt SIXTYFOUR out of 84 counties in Illinois voted dry thereby putting 970 saloons out of business The rum sat lion must go it seemssPOLITICAL lion J A Sullivan of Madison wants the honor of being delegate from the Stateatlarge to the Denver conventionIn message sent to Congress President Roosevelt called attention to the necessity for further legislation on the subject of anarchy Judge George Grays boom for the presidential nomination was launched in Pennsylvania at a meeting of prom nent Democrats in Philadelphia Judge Virgil P Smith of Somerset is a candidate for delegate to the Den ver National Convention Ho is oppos ed by Col R M Jackson of London The Alabama Supreme Court in aI decision rendered held both the general prohibition and the 9 oclock closing laws to be constitutional and effective The bill putting wood pulp and prin paper on the free list has a fair chance to pass the House All of the Demo and 80 Repulicans are said to fa 1crats bill politicians are of the that the result of the primaries of New York practicallyI I eliminates Hughes from the race for the nomination for President Gov M R Patterson opened hiscam I 0andfor a renomination at Nashville r devoted a considerable part of his speech to his pardon record and his I on the temperance issuer Bryan men in New York will make a hard fight to have the delegation from that State instructed for W J Bryan for President and may take the question to the floor of the convention William 0 Bradley made two speeches in the Third district in behalf ot Fairbanks at Glasgow and at Bowling Green He admitted that the presiden tial race will be a close one and that the Republicans will have their hands full to win CHURCH MATTERS Rev T W Barker has consented to preach at Rowland on the fourth Sun day afternoon of each month On Monday night 20th Rev R E C Lawson of Springfield will begin a series of meetings at the Presbyterian church to which the public is cordially InvitedEld Joseph Ballou is a friend In need and indeed to the Stanford Christian church Whenever that church is without a pastor he fills the pulpit and never fails to deliver an interesting ser mon Eld Ballou is a grand old gentleman in many ways and if Lincoln county had more of such citizens we would all get along better The members of the Epworth League and all the members of tho Sunday school are requested to meet at the Methodist church Tuesday night to practice for Easter services Subject Sunday morning at the Methodist church Resurrection of Christ All the boys and girls of the Methodist church from six to 14 years of age are requested to meet at the Methodist church Thursday at 4 P M THE women of the Christian church are most cordially invited to attend the following prayer services to be 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 Board of Missions LeaderMrs Pa melia Brown Wednesday April 15 subject That we May Put Ourselves In the Right Attitude to Christ Lead terMrs T A Rice Thursday April 16 snbject For the Churth 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 our Homes Among Parents Children Friends and Helpers LeaderMrs L B Cook Saturday April 18 sub Christrfor the World LeaderMrs W M Bright IK NEIGHBORING COUNTIES tM Margaret Phelps aged 82 dropped dead of apoplexy at Nicholasville Mrs Rebecca Oldham aged 82 is GarJohn Pearl has taken the management of the Farris Opera House at Lon Hell make a good one Lee Norton was given a year in the penitentiary for shooting and wounding Mrs Jim Arnold in Rockcastle Mrs Maude Wickliffe Martin of Nicholasville was badly burned while washing her gloves with gasoline- G II Burton is under arrest at Somerset charged with running a blind tiger on Fishing Creek There are 12 in dictments against him The fiscal court of Pulaski has appro priated 1000 for the improvement of public square in Somerset The council it is claimed will appro riate 2000 for the same cause and a handsome fountain will adorn the squareThe Pulaski County Fiscal Court by- nanimous vote decided not to donate Public Square in the city of Somerset for a street fair and it now seems as if the local lodge of Eagles will have take their big exhibition to another of the citySomerset Times Health Coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced This clover Coffee Substitute was recently produced by Dr Shoop of Ra- cIne Wis Not a grain of real Coffee in it cither Dr Stoops Health Coffee is made from pure toasted grains with malt nuts etc Really it would fool an expert who might drink it for Coffee No 2Q or 30 minutes tedious boiling Made in a minute Says the doctor Sold by Pennys Drug StoreILeo C Thurman hung at Norfolk Va for killing his roommate Walter Dolson left a letter admitting his guilt which he denied up to the last Thur lived at West Point this State until a few years ago How to Avoid Appendicitis aretare Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and is mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store Within the next two eks the railroads of Kentucky will put between 4 00 and 5000 men to work repairing the ravages wrought in the by the winter rains ice and snows MATRIMONIAL James P Munyon the multimillion acre medicine manufacturer was married to Pauline Neff a young actress Mrs Flora Hall Lawrence of Evans ville whose husband returned alter long absence to find her married the second time is being sued for divorce by both husbands Tho marriage os Miss Emma Owsley the charming daughter of Hon J S Owsley to Mr James R Bush also ot Lexington Saturday evening was a most elegant affair as was the reception given by the brides sister Mrs W P Walton on the afternoon before Space forbids an extended mention this issue but we will give the details in full in our next We are in receipt of an invitation to the marriage of Miss Arethusa McAlii ter the charming daughter of Mr and Mrs J H McAlister formerly of this place but now residents of Way Allis to Mr Henry B Sallee a fine young man of Boyle county The ceremony will be said at Mossy Grove the home of the prospective bride at 830 p M April 22 Mr and Mrs Sallee will be at homo to their friends at Dan villa after May 1 The prospective bride is a granddaughter of Mrs T J Foster of this place and is named for her THE Lincoln County Medical Socity will convene in Stanford next Tues day 14th A full attendance is desired W V Hickle M D Secretary MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No ro It A M will meet In stated communication on each first ando third Monday nights of each month at oclock In their hall on Main Inset Stanford Ky Memlier of sister lodges are fm torimlly Invited to Iw present u I 1enny W M r W lanning- rouSecINSURANCE lire Lightning WindStorm Tare and isoldent None but the HTKONOKHT and alSHT Companies llepre ented Lowest Pos ilble Rates luaranteed Lou Paying neoIltd Unequalled Talk with HAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 Pence JrPence Jr will make tho season of lit my born S mile from Itowlaud at flu to In sure living colt If mare Is traded or part ed with the season money become due Pence Jr bay stallion 5 years old lull IS ImmU high Hood slylu and action Ily Pence he by Itienzl he by Itelmont be by Alexander Abdullah Pence 1st dam b Almont Forrest 2nd dam by larrunl Chlel and dam bY Un 4th dlllll by Copper bottom ieaceJrsiii dam by Kil liar Volllntllrlrdam by a Mambrlno horse enl dam by Mumbrtno Messenger Pence J ri Id dumb mils Vermont Mares grazed at ri per month not respon slble for accident or cscoiws should any occur J 7 HPOONAMOKE Rowland Ky Chester S This son of Chester Dare will make the fromAIeKlmmeyonpike at 11010 Insure n living colt DKKCIIIITIOX Ann HKIUUKKK He II a bliick with star In forebllIdhl hands high with nil the style chRmelorlitio of the Chester Dare family a good acting horse and a proven breeder Hee before booking your mare If you are looking for ood breeder at living prlco Him by Ches byHippyChester Peavine 3184 A H IIt II In offering the service of tills young stal lion to the public I do not hesitate he Is the best lined middle stallion that will be offered for service In thin county this year us his bre xllng will show Slid by ltex Peavine he by Rex MoIH nald KU 1st lam Miss Madison she by Chester Dare 2nd dam by Peavine M more extended lollgree will lx furnished on application This italllon hits the best blood of time saddle horse world In him Moth 2nd dams by Pea vine 83 crosses twice to lJInckHijlllrrlltwlce loHtouewall Jackson once to Pate Akin 775 With the style and finish of Chester Dare the stamina and action of Peavine how can he breed wrong HI alreltex Pea vine produced three championship winners of year Edna and May Day Heennd breed to him If you want the bent Will serve a limited number of mares at f5 to Insure a living colt At the name time and place will tend three as good mule Jacks as can be found In the country at the low price of Is to Insure a living colt- tuneydue with all the above advertised itock when colt ls foaled or when mare leaves hand of owner at time of service or bred to other stock All euro tukvn to prevent accidents but not responsible should my occur priceH Ky AN ORDINANCE An ordinance to require both sides of Dan villa street In Stanford Ky to bo paved with concrelo pavement Tho City Council of the city of Stanford Kydoordnin as follow That the West Idoof Dunvlllo street In tltanrordlKIIgInnIng nt tilt yard glltt opening on luld itreet and running to the Mouth east corner of the lot or John llrlght Hr on said itreet and Including lull of same between these points and that the East side of said street at the North west corner of the yard of J N Saunders on said street and running to the Northwest corner of tbe land of Mrs JUlia M Hlnis lying on said street where same corners with the land of UC heir and including nil of said street between these point be paved with a concrete pavement live feet wide In lulling the curbing which Is to be six inches wide which work shall lie doue by and at the cost of the abutting land owners and they are allowed days In which to do sold work from and after time service of a copy of his ordinance on them If they prefer to make the Improvements named themselves each land owner to pay for no much of said xivement an fronts property Maid Invent Is to Iw constructed according othe following directions An excavation 11 inches below the level of the pavement Is to be first made which U to Iw filled In with loose cinders seven Inches thick to Iw tamr- ed ton thickness of five Inches This to be covered with six Inchtli of routing coin posed of six of crushed stone to ono vart of Portland cement to be top peal off with two parts of Sparks screened Crushed stone to ono part of Portland ce went time whole pavement to be It Indies In The surface of the pavement to be smoothed oil with a trowel lupervlMIonof the pavement to be fixed by said com ultteo The curbing Is to be of the same material at the pavement Thl ordinance shall take erred from und after its publlca place1nMayorLR r Land Posted I Notice U hereby given tothn public that 111111labldly no passing through the place allowed IL nAND K J Highland Ky GILIERT CREEK IARGAIN STORE aTake no urns word for It but come and set my now Hprlng Suits Al o llec flood A few nuts at viii left yet will bo very grateful foryour patronage n J HMITII Have your colts castrated by T F Gross Crab Orch hrd Ky The well known castrator of horses and horse doctor Phone in residence McKINNEY MARBLE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In ami manufacturer of Iranlta and Marble Monuments KlrstOlnss Work at Heasonablo Prices Olllce nod Works MoKlnney Ky Shop closed on Saturday Notice To Contractors I Wo tire randy to receive bids for n turn pike to tie built from KlnRivllle Ky to till nsey county line a instance of about SK tulles Tho contract will bo hl fie a whole or In sections of onehalf mile or more flans and specifications for the construe tarot of this pike can bo obtained on appli ration to the undersigned All bids limit he scaled and sent In not later than tiny The supervisors rvwrw the right to reject any and all bids J II McKee J W Acton II A Walter supervisors GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU wn readymade clothing when there is to little difference In the price of ready- made suits and a suit made to your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have it handsome line of Humnior goods can make from n low price business suit to tile anetdreusuit Overcoats Trous in and Fancy Vests The company I rep risent Is second to none HO UUlLKY The Tailor Stanford Ky arge tor examination orseientltlcnl u ng eyes by uptodate methods Pre scription glasses ground to order set In any style frame or skeleton mountings work and material guaranteed satisfactory charges moderate Permanently located In Vntrnl Telephone Kulldlng Ilustonvllle Ky L C IOWKLU Graduated uplomelryst Choice Goods Foaled January 1KB black with white points 13X hands Sired bv Wonder Til and out of Chenault Jennet MT Wonder win slrvd by llelknap be by Inorts llelknap Choice floodsdaiii ls by Jumbo Imported He wets bred by Charles Chenault of Jtogu tia Humner county vrcnn and lill great In dlvldual lie won the blue tie In the sweep- stake ring at the State fair at Nashrllle and has many more blue ties te his credit Sec Choice Goal before you breed He will serve Jennatsatr0andlarend II to In sure living Colin Will stolid two other Jacks nt 110 to insure colts Win alsostand tho magnificent draft slal colt IInll M HiIAfi011IANHtanlonl- KyDorsey Golddust 12052 Full brother to Kftelle 419m Hired by Zllcadl Oolddust caw Dam hlorence by Golden Mlnco Chief tracing buck to Juslln Morgan on both sides nicking him an In tensely Inbrel Morgan stallion lie Is a dark bay hands andselghsirOlounds Asa breeder ho hili few equals a proveiiaml uni form breeder of highdas snow and road liorwn combining all the qualltle lor liar lies and saddle and In demand at tOil priers loof his lIt having sold for 110jO and If and yeur otdomdy farm broken nor own rnlslnm have told In the past year fur an average of FEB Porseylulddust will make the present season at my farm near Stanford at I to Insure n living colt Also a large and fine young jack a grandson of Tom Keene and Iliuckburn at to Insure a living colt Mans kept at toe per day Good attention but no resoonsl for uccldenls or escapes K UKID DunvllleKy DONVARRICK This magnificently bred young stallion wilt make the kcuton of ut my lilac In Hlunford Ky tatter known as the Dr Hal Icy place nt sill to IlIlure R llvlu loo- Varrlck MaulsIs a rich chestnut i3 Inlll- In forehead white fret amore IllIkle behind short back excellent bone and line muscles lust the type you are looking for to breed lIOn Varrlck U by the great Onward Sliver aty that solid for S3liu he by Onward lone of the wry lost ton of leorge Wilkes Onward wits out of Dolly and no mare ever produced 2 such lllustrl out sons mmOnward and Director mwurd Sliver won the Transylvania In IflOi In a meat race defeating such talent as Susie tJI and Chain Shot The some year MassahusettsWllketnnd fullslstertoTllelVngs116nd dam Ma ry bY Hog gs Urey Eoge t Ie dRill of Mad line he time dom of tubber Y10 Wlnchenlor 211 Hilly Wlllon sound Miss It 2 Tills rich Inheritance of speed and blood lines should appeal to the public who wishes to breed Mai e at toe per dRY All caro taken but will not be responsible for accidents or escapes Y Hlnnford Heart Strength Hetrt Htrenrth or Heart Weakness mean Nerve Ptrength or herre Weakness nothing more Pos itively not one week heart In a hundred Is In It sell actually diseased It is almost always a ttle nerve that really Is all at fault This obscure nervethe Cardiac or Heart Nerve simply needa and must have more power more more controlllur more governing strength Without that the Heart roust continue baTetheseThis clearly explains why at a medicine Dr Whoops Kestoratlra has past done so much for weak ofallthu Dearll Dr Shoop Snit lOueht the came painful Ins heart distress Dr Shoot Rettoratlvethb popular prescription Is alone directed to these bulldaItltrenl1benl ItronrdlftIlIonhem as needed w- ithDr ShQops- RestorativePENNYS DRUG STORE CRITERION Possibly there is not a make of Mens Clothing 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 shoul der Without these you are not well dress I ed See what we have in our line from 15 to 25 You will be pleased H J McROBBRTS 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 fisher men See our window PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky FOR SALE I iNo 310A 50 barrel Flouring Roller Mill in an old established location on two railroads and in fincA wheat belt in State Fine custom trade Do ing fine business Price 85500 No 317 Steam Brick manufacturing plant of 40000 capacity and 12 acres land fine equipments and some nice property in Somerset to exchange fir fine blue grass farm in good location It will pay you to investigate this proposition No 313 118acre farm one mile of Kubank Pulaski county joins rail road fourroom frame cottage and outbuilding good orehard fine water land lays well anti produces 7 to 10 barrels of corn per acre Price 81200 No 314187 acres four miles west of Moreland New 3room cottage andoutbuildings tobacco barn 32x48 feet 50 acres timber poplar nhIand oak Produces 10 barrels corn per acre nnd in tobacco Price per acre Half cash balance in 1 2 and 3 years No 31556 acres 11 in timber 3 miles west of Moreland ono house 3 rjoms one 2room tobacco barn 86x06 feet Land produces 1000 pounds tobacco per acre Price 1COO IF YOU WANT TO SELL BUY OL TRADE ANYTHING WRITE TO USSSomerset Real Estate Agency fSomerset Ky J t M f New Wash doods ICo for air colors in Lincttc While Pink Blue Green Hclio Oopcn bngcn Black Color absolutely fast 25o for same colors In Linen These goods arc the newest for wash Coat Suits and Wash Shirt Wniat Suits Braids for Trimming Star Druids Cotton Soutoclio Braids in white and colors fancy cotton braids all colors Bradinga of all kinds nro very very popular SEVERANCE SON STANFORD STANFORD KY Amu 14100 ICED Cedar Flakes are mado from th o wood of Rcnulnu red cedar and nro n euro protection against moths ICe a package Pennys drug etor- oPERS tMRS JOHN ELLIS It quito sick GROVEII WILKINSON Is clerking In 1Sevcrance Sons Miss MOLUB WALTER Is visiting ref atives In Lancaster Miss FLORBNCC BECK who Is at the Retreat for Sick IS Improving Miss SALLIE FAULKNBU of Highland was the guest of Mlu Annie Butt WALTER w SAUNU ItS is now n book keeper In the First National Bank Mn JOHN BROOKS of Grant county Is with his sister Mrs T W Barker PnOK W C GRINSTBAD and wlfo o Danville aro with Prof J W Ireland MRS F F SANDIDOB of the Bas End has been quite sick but Is Improv- Ing MR WM A YEAGER of Middles boro spent Sunday with a young lady hero BEVERLY ROUT of State College spent several days with the homurolkll here e RR J B BECK of Huitonvllle in this city on builnoes Somunot Time EDITOR B S AumioiiT of the Mt Vernon Signal was horo Saturday af ternoon MRS S R PIJNNY and baby of St Joseph Mo are with her homefolki In the West End MR THOMAS METCALF went up to Pinovlllo yesterday to see his mother who It very ill- MESDAMES E P WOODS and Bottio Bush attended the OwslcyBush wed ding at Lexington Mn J S HONDLFY is up from Bui lilt county seeing after the property ho recently bought here MR HRNRY THOMAS of the Casey County News was here working the court day crowd yesterday REV D M WALKER continues toget along nicely Ills case is not as sever an one as was at first feared MRS J A SAUNDBUS of Garrard is wllh her laughter Mrs S II AI drldge who has been quite sick I v MRS R S HENIHIKN and children Kobctt and Lucile of Klrksvillc arc visiting her father N W Fowlo t JUDOS G M DAVI ON was over from Covington Sunday to see his brother Mr Thomas G Davison who continues very ill- MISSESt EDITH POSKY and Honeywood I Willis students at Caldwell College Danville spent n few days with Miss McRoberts 1ITis feared that Bun Gaines who was kicked by his horse some time ago is hurt internally lie was not daing at all well yesterday MR R R ARNOLD who represents 1 the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co counlltyJames McElwain OWl Icy attended the marriage of Miss Emma Owslcy to Mr J R Rush at Lexington Saturday eve ning Mn F P COMBEST of Casey a staunch republican and a mighty good citizen wants to be a delegate to the Chicago Convention We hope ho will be given the honor MR AND MRS HARRY ALDRIDOE were called to Bryantsville Friday to the bedside of their grandson Master Harry Madison Durham who was very low with pneumonia MR S II ROUT who moved from this county to Cincinnati now orders his paper sent to Gorvals Oregon Ho has located on a big ranch and says his prospects for doing well are fine WM FIELDS was up from Lincoln Monday But few men receive a heart Ipr welcome back toold Rockcastlo than big hearted Bill Fields M- rIS H Martin and daughter aro visiting daughter at Lynchburg VaMt Vernon Signal Mn AND MRS JOHN J OTTER jvho were In South Carolina the first part of the winter and who have been at Green Cove Springs Fla toy several months are now in Stanford where they are guests of Mr and Mrs James Otter Courier Journal LOCALS FOR flower pots go to Farris y REMEMBER the big discount on solid gold brooches and cultt buttons W H Mueller 4- A NEW Whlto YVnists just In Paragon make Severance Son CLOTHES cleaned dyed and repaired at Cook Farmers barber shop GET you a Clipping Machine an shear your sheep nice E T Pence BUGGY and wagon harness bee styles and lowest prices J C Mc Glory HAIR goods nrats puffs switches of all kinds at Miss Ella May Saunders DUFF Orpln ton eggs 60c and for 1C Mrs W J Holtzclaw Gilbert Crook Ky- LADIeS if you want elegant looking perfect fitting Oxfords buy a pair of us Severance Son fLOST small gold charm with McRotFOR Insurance on your tobacco barns phono Jesse D Wcaron The Insur ance Man Stanford Ky MONEY 3000 t loanfirst mort titlesAddress box 126 Lexington Ky TUB directors of the Lincoln courtthouse in Stanford at 3 oclock Friday afternoon A HOU8R at Rowland owned by W B Land and occupied by John Lay burned Friday Most of the contents were saved A MHBTINO of the stockholders of the Stanford Steam Laundry Is called for 280 oclock Saturday afternoon next 18th at the courthouse JMR M D ELMOKE has bought the storeroom occupied by the post omc e and owned by the heirs of D W Van Deveer for about 3500 CALL and see my lino of buggies car riages runabouts etc before buying elsewhere I can save you money J L McKee Rifle Hustonville ALL persons are warned not to trespass on my land Violators will b prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law Elihu Miracle Stanford R F U No3 TUB Ladies Aid Society of tho Bap tist church will have a flower sale anti exchange all day Saturday In the store roomrecently vacated by Cummins Wcaren BIG BArrizINGRev A L Caulder of tho colored Baptist church baptized some 30 people young and old Sunday They professed religion at a recent meeting held at that church DR J C WILLIS president of the University of Louisville and a distin guished educator will deliver tho address to tho graduates at the com mencement of tho Stanford Graded School on May 20 AGENTS VANTEDl16x20 crayon por traits 40 cents frames 10 cents up sheet pictures one cent each You can make 400 per cent profit or 36 per week Catalogue and samples free Frank W Williams Company 1208 W Taylor St Chicago III NOTWITHSTANDING the inclement weather of Friday evening the audl torium of the Graded School was well filled with people who witnessed and enjoyed a very interesting program One of tho pleasing features of tho entertainment was tho debate on the proposition of building a new ceurt house Tho affirmative represented by Wallace Singleton and John M Waters won and we will now have a now tern plo of justice it is hoped AT a meeting of the council Thursday night tho towns interest in the opera house was sold to E C Walton for 500 Petitions were presented to the council by properly owners in tho East End of town asking that they be allowed to construct pavements of crushed rock instead of tho concrete which were recently ordered but the council acted unfavorably on them Dr G G Perry who owns considerable property on Danville Ave asked tho council to reconsider Its order requir- Ing a pavement along his entire front age and tho city fathers acted favor ably upon his request As we under stand it Dr Perry wants to build a pave ment in front of his yard only leaving off two vacant lots just beyond his residence Little Folks Shoes There are none just like Zciglers They are better shape and nicer made than others They arc little feet trainers nEd allow them to grow naturally and look right too We have them in Ton Patent and Viol They are no more in price than good Shoes ought to be Bring the little folks in and let us fit them NEW case of millinery just received como in and get your choice Miss Ella May Saunders I HANDLE tho Genuine Virginia JdpinstNEW lino of picture mouldings and I furniture just in J L Bcazley Co FOUIt hundred locust posts Extra good for sale J II Uaughman Co NEW line of Hart SchafTncr Marx clothing just received Cummins Wearcn irunr S C Brown Leghorn eggs for tale Write or phone Mrs Robert L Berry Hustonvillo Ky inband Depot streets Cummins Wear en GRASS is growing Cut It before it gets too high it before it gets too dry Lawn mowers and peso nt Goo D Hoppers FOR SALE About 800 or 900 feet of lumber 2x4 2x8 2x0121410 and 20 feet Also some boxing of various lengths Mrs A M Fcland FOR the benefit of Mr Alec Martin and other old fiddlers we will state that there will be an old fiddlers and banjo picking contest at Somerset next Sat urday night 18th IN the county court yesterday the wills of Samuel Duddcrar and Merman Distell were probated The former di vldes his property among his children and makes Mr A C Robinson execu tor The latter gives all of his proper ty to his wlfo and C Tschanz qualified an administrator PROMPTLY PAID MrA C Sine Deputy State Commander of the Mac cabees received Sunday a draft for 2 OuO amount of Insurance carried by Granville Duncan who died April 3rd On tho Gth of April tho official an waseto the headquarters at ron Mic- hiiEW4Mrs G T Helm of Dan ville died in l Cincinnati hospital of spinal meningitis after a protracted ill ness and will be buried at Danville af ter the funeral at the Baptist church in that city at 3 oclock this afternoon Deceased was a daughter of the late Evan Waters and is survived by her husband and four children She was a most excellent woman r NIGHT RIDERS IN BOYLE Tho largo stock barns of Lee Lawrence in the extreme west end of Boyle county were consumed by fire At 10 oclock at night Mr Lawrence heard a great disturbance near his home and going to his door fired several charges from his shotgun Later ho was awakened by tho falling timbers of his burning barn It developed that his tobacco plant beds had been covered with salt There was no Insurance Much farm ing machinery and feed were burned In the building REPUBLICAN MASS CONVENTION RetRepublicans of Lincoln county are here by called to meet in massconvention at the court house in Stanford Kentucky at 1 oclock P M on Saturday April 25th 1908 for the purpose of selecting delegates and alternates to the Con gressional District Convention which convenes in Shelbyvllle Ky on Tues day May 6th OS for tho purpose of selecting two delegates and two alternates to the Republican National Convention and an Elector for the 8th Congressional District to be voted for at the November election 1008 There will also be selected delegates and alternates to the State Convention which meets In Louisville Ky on Wednesday May Cth 08 for tho pur pose of naming four delegates for the State at large At said massconven tion pursuant to a call therefor by the Republican Executive Committee of Lincoln county said Executive Committee will be reorganized for tho en suing four years Tho number of delegates to bo named by said mass convention is 16 for each of said conventions and tho form of voting In said mass conventlon shall be viva voce March 25th 08 Geo D Florence Secy Robert L Davison Chairman 5 WILL have in a nice line of millinery Saturday Call and see it Miss Ella May Saunders FOUR copies of theFirstKentucky Cavalry for sale at publishers price J F Rigney Stanford COME in and take look our new stock of buggies buck boards Frazier carts and etc W IL Higgins I HAVE never raised tobacco and do not intend to raise any this year John M Rankin FOR SALEExtra tine single comb white Leghorn eggs W B McRob erts Stanford 2t THE barrel ftce at the rink Friday night promises to furnish much amuse ment Better witness it A prize will be given the winner McKlNNEY Mrs M V Moore of McKinney will have a nice line of millinery by Easter to which she cordially invites all the ladies to call and exam ine before purchasing TimE Stanford Drug Cos store was bought yesterday by Messrs J A Walden and W K Shugars who got immediate possession The new own ers are clever gentlemen and good bus iness men and should do well OLD BUGGIES MADE NEW Old Rufmlo Hindi new IaiAted and re lobed by McPherson t Walker All work gunrintwd Hhop over Aldrldge i bluer smut shop on test Jllin treat Htnnford Ky SPRING HATS Full Line of Millinery at Old Stand Furniture Carpets Rugs Etc Etc In Grout Abundance and Variety G B Pruitt Moreland Heaton of H- ONSAMPSON This young Jack will make this teuton at Ilauglnnnnfunnl yfton greitt breeding Jack All of his lint year colts were extra I showed two of them nt Htnnfonl Lmiciuttr nnd Dnnvllle fairs and won both tat and rod premium in colt rings of Oto onlrle nt all thft fairs also won lit In tin weeptnku ring at Lancaster the only fair that gnvaasweepstake Eight of his IWcoltM and four of his turf colts are now on my farm to show for them elve I will appreciate any moms sent to him mid feel sure you will not noKr t sanding KyPhoneHome In Lexington to Trade or or Sell I have n nice homo In Lexington that I desire to swap for a small farm near man ford The residence Is one of cottage style anil lifts nil the modern conveniences Less than halt block from street car line Contalus seven rooms good big cellar bathroom and a very lnrgedtningroom llt Itutldiogle WiltIthlrHtephons Lexington Ky lie Orahnm Ave Photograph of the house la nt this otllce nnd prospective purchaser are Invited to call and BW It u CHESTER JEWEL lehandsmy stable fonrmlle west of Cmb Orchard at mouth of Olnr creek at J15 to Insure n living colt bySecondbyhoboestlalllbydom by colyer Money duo when colt is foaled or mare ptlrmonthmarvi not responsible for accidents or escapes JOHN W HOLMEH Crab Orchard Ky Sale of Land and Per sonalty As executor of Samuel R Uuddernr I will 9n- THUIIHDAY MAY at his late residence about onehalf mile trout Goshen church In Lincoln countyKy offer for sale at public outcry his normplace twostoryframefenced and about 00 acres of unimproved land about tulle tntof Goshen churelunlo the following per send oar ns work mus 10 2 yenr old cattle n lot of cows and calvesa lot of hogs about SX barrels of corn about duo bushels of wheat 8 calves farming Inv dements and machinery household nnd kitchen furniture lo shares of stock In the Currant lhulk Trust 0o and 3 llIIns of stock In the First National Hunk of Sbutford Ky Possession of all the land except the part now In cultivation to be given III soon as the term of sale aro compiled with The terms will be announced on tho day of sale A KODINHON Executor of Samuel Dudderar J P Chandler Auctioneer l New Percales 12c for new 3pinch light figures and stripes for Suits and Waists Ginghams 10c for big line of Checks and Siripes that usually soil for 12k to 15c Dont tail to see these 12 to 18c for fast colored solid Ginghams Fancy cotton braid to match for trimming South E IDepot Table Linen and Napkins you want things to eat better to you IIf upon one of our Table Linens in white unIor colored Pure linen from 75c to 125 Mercerized from 50c to 1the un bleached and blue and reds at 50c Matched sets in linen napkins to suit all patterns in the table linen We also have a complete line of ready made sheets and Pillow Cases Towels in Crash Tur kish Bath and lin- enTRIBBLE HUGHES I Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY Try Our Baby Chick Feed aiaan The life of the Baby Chick depends largely on the feed it gets Purina Baby Chick feed saves the lives of your Baby Chicks and gives them a healthy growth Give Purina Scratch feed to your hens which keeps the blood in good circulation and makes them lay Try our oyster shell also W H HIGG1NS Stanford Kentucky A Smile That Wont Come Off AH of my customers have this smile when they visit my CUT PRICE SALE I must reduce my stock My loss is your gain This includes Calicoes Ginghams Shirtings and all Cottons My cut price in shoes will be a wonder to you This iucludes Slippers No attention paid to cost in this sale See our reduction in LAWNS We call your attention to our line of Ladies Shirt Waists and Skirts Ladies Furnishings of every kind See our 5 and lOc line They are wonders My stock of Clothing on the market at coat In Millinery our styled and prices will certainly please you4 with us will go as far as 85 elsewhere Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER JOHN O REID BOOKKEEPER H C CARPENTER ASSTBOOKKEEPR DIRECTORS J B Owsle Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford John F Cash TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Prcacheraville Lilbura Gooch Gilberts Creek t The Interior Journal Entered in the Post Office at Stanford at Htonddaa matter LISBBD TUESDAYS AND FIUDAY AT 100 PER YEAR CAS When not eo paid 1200 will be charged L N TIT E TJtBLE No Houth Hill P x No South tJIO P X NoN North IaI u No 22 North 218 P JOSS RicE Agent Rhode Island Red Eggs Rhode Island Ited KRR J1M for 15 I for 45 flM for 100 I nm agent for uypher In cUDlilortl and 1Iroodlrt Mn I nOOOK Htnnford Ky Jesse W Sweeney FROPBIKTOB Livery Food and Salo Stable Lancaster Ky B D CARTERN- ew Livery Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I Por the nrrest and conviction of OilY person trespassing upon my fnrm day or night or doing injury to stock In traveling the pub lic htghwnyi or Injury to stock from the lands of people This reward refersto pOll present nnd future I nlso over n spec nl reword of 50 for pnrtlrulnrs i see me J Ul nrpenhr Wanted To Buy Oak andBetch Lumber Will pay highest prices Have for sale OaK and Beech Flooring Write to Kentuoky Hardwood Flooring Co Beech St near Woodland Are Lou isville Ky A S PRICESurgeon Dentist tTANFOpD a KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the OwsleyBuilding- Hlghwriting Draper and Itbso Painting Toper hanger J G MEDAIRY Interior Fresco Decorator Graining Kte McKINNEY KY r TQBACCO BARNS I Many Insurance companies hnvocnncelled ollcle In the Tobacco District and othershnve censed writing nt a time when the farmer needs them the mosteA Friend In need Isn Friend Indeed The Home In surance Company of XY the largest and most popular Fire Insurance Company hoe hernef7notcancelled n single Policy even In coun where the tobncco trouble hors been the s wont For Insurance on nil classes of farm honeIl The Insurance Mm Phone 36 STANFORD KY f J L Beazley St Co Und rtakel8 and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugg They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Pricea Right STAMFORD KENTUCKY J C McClaryf Undertaker Embalmer t P I r inH rness SaUdlorj and STANFORD KYI fom Phone1r Home Thor o M t x FARMERS DEPARTMENT Scott Bros sold to W H Brown a lot of hogs at 5c I am standing a good Jersey bull a t 2 Ed Hubbard Stanford Scott Bros sold to B D Carter a lot of corn at 315 at the barn his yesterdayNTwo sows weighing about 200 pound and 15 pigs for sale Mrs Leo Stone Stanford Pure Plymouth Rock Eggs at 50c for setting of 15 Mrs J H Thompson Preachersvllle NICE lot of locust posts for sale a t Jumbo Ky D C Sipple Stanford R F D No3 J C Gastineau bought of g G Cormney his combined stallion Chester Jewel Jr for IOOCentrnl Record Thomas Ferrill sold to J 1 1Vilmo- a twe year old sorrel filly for 100 and sorrel gelding to Shade Wilder for 125 The fino brood mare Oral by Im ported Order dropped a nice filly col- by t Santon the other day Oral is ed by C V Gentry FOR SALE25 fine extra nice Jerse cows Quality and ages good suitabl- for dairy use Also some registered Jersey heifers C T Bohon Son Lebanon Judge W A Tribbles great show mare Kate Malloy dropped a fino fill colt by Lincoln Squirrel last week This noble mare is 20 years old and this is her sixth colt Mrs Leo H Stone sold her sows and pigs to Bub Engleman almost before th ink got dry on our last issue I pays to advertise and pays tenfold if you advertise in the I J J W Hadley sold to O P Bowman a pair of mules for 415 R J Ru barts Son sold S J Bell of Stanford 12 cattle at 2350 and one yearling calf for 2OCasey News The Lexington City Council has passed an ordinance making it unlaw ful for chickens to run at large and requiring owners of all fowls to fenc them in or keep their wings clipped For sale yellow seed corn of the best variety also white corn that cant be beat made M barrels to the acre last season on 18 acres of ordinary land 1 a bushel H C Anderson Stanford Your attention is called to the adver tisement of Sampson owned by J IL Baughman who will stand him a his barn on the Somerset pike Sampson has proven himself a great breeder FOR SALERed hornless bull calf sire and dam both hornless Extra good one Also two nice phaeton ponies Can be driven by ladies and are no afraid of automobiles Box 161 Stan ford Ky Simon Weil of Lexington bought o Harvey Chenault of Madison 60 1525 pound cattle at 6c He also bought 103 from M C Covington 130 from W H Parks and 85 from Judge A R Bur nam paying 6c STANFORD COURT There were about 500 cattle on the market yesterday and most of them sold Prices ranged from 3c to 5c The horse and mule market was slow A large crowd was in town and business was good The Virginia Fair Association is wise in its day and generation It has decided to cut out poster adver tising and only use the newspapers this year Well wager that the change will prove decidedly profita ble As a result of a threatening letter which he received from night riders a prominent farper of Shelby county has decided not to raise any tobacco this year although he expected to plant his usual crop The letter told of dire things that would happen if a crop was raised In the Circuit Court at Bowling Green John Landrum was found guilty and sentenced to one year in the peniten tiary for selling what is known as a bull mare to a man named Belcher knowing the mare to be a bull A bull mare is one which has an afflic tion of the throat which interferes with breathing and when excited will bellow like a bull and fall It makes the ani mal practically worthless canboPain anywhere quickly stopped by one of Dr Sboops Pink Pain Tablets Pain always moans con jestion unnatural blood pressure Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets sfinply coax congested blood away from pain centers These Tablets known by druggist us Dr Shoops Headache Tablets simply equalize the blood circulation and then pain always de parts In 20 minutes 20 Tablets 25c Write Dr Shoop Raoine Wis for free package Sold by Pennys Drug Store An indictment has been returned at Dixon against the Negroes alleged to have shot and killed a travelingman and wounded his companion when they wore on their way to Dixon to see a Jynching The New Pure Food and Drug Law We aro plousod to announce that Poleys Honey and Tar for coughs oolds and lung troubles is not affect efl by tbo National Pure Food and orothermood it as a safe remedy for children and adults Iennys Drug Store This May Interest You No ono Is Immune from Kidney trouble so just remember that Foleys Kidney Cure will top the irregular ties and cure any qase of kidney and bladder trouble that Is not beyond the reach of medicine Pennys Dru Store Flournoy Rivers an eminent criminal lawyer is dead at Pulaski Tenn Chelsea Mass suffered a 3000000 fire Stonewall JacksonJrThis line hlncUSnddlp Htnlllon woe aired by the great saddle breeding ttnlllon Old lucre Ill b iBice coltlie bin n Denmark colt to prove hit ood brvedlnil Will tnnd nt D to Innro until wvnnlng tutu I hold n lieu on nil volts Until paid for Ilarren tnnrv mndo to ntnnd by the Imprennntor Billy Breckinridge wile sired by Major willtguaof it now on my good bllflIng Ht U a sure foal getter AT S Sons Pleasant lUll brood Ing farm Htnnford It V D No t Naboth45O06 byei In J by Mvtropolltnn Isis llnmblutori Inn ant taut Josephine by Mambrlno Htnrllght 0 n by Ditrllxiy j 1th dnm Mary Wither by Oliver thoroughbred Mil dam by Wngner ellh dom by Imp Trim by Jth h Thornton lUittler standingyproved his ability to Impart his qualities to colts will stand of the burn of Felix White IS miles south of Htnnfonl near Homerset piker at 115 to Insure n living colt Mores front n distance grazed nt JiJO Money due when trndNi or partal with or bred eUewhere The best iwrionnl notHtnnfordKy ASHLAND BROOK INo I17fd Vol A T II It bred by Eugene lluek er Georgetown Ky Ashland llrook was foaled bay with left hlllll toot white stands Ib liniids hig- htEIIIdRKKtilted be wllent llrook No MllrloretI1llthgolldy Ikllbrook Klllot Hton SI Lady llruok Zulu and brook Jaw wllonl Brook HenrcheX0 S liitrknlgTit sprat by Alcyone No del record t7T Ashluml Brooks lit dam lliinu Wren by Ashland Wilkes aul record 17N the sire of John U Gentry JKW Sally To ler 5U1 Ashland Whit elred by lied Wllkes lie by George Wilkes second siren Pretender llnl dnni b Jim Monroesa- lN0TRAshlad llrook Is n hnndsonie fellow with lots of substance has n bold way of going with Pole of speed style and nation Ills first crop of colUeume tbe were all on1 could ex wwltheynllbeer lotstmake the present seiuon lit to Insure n living colt Win also stand the great mule nnd Jennet look Hilly Keene nt lor innres and for to Insure n living roll Hilly bltbePrince the sire of Joe IIll1ekhurn and Hrlg 11tunsurpnsed ns mule or Jennet Juck hlscolts always bringing the highest Stares traded parted with or bred elsewhere for becomes due trnnsachonf KING EAGLE No S5MI Vol A H K King Engle Is hands high dork hay with flowing ninny and tail goes oil tho gaits with plenty of speed style unit notion ITDKiHKKHlnd by Royal KlngstVl he by On Time 745 he by Htonnwnll Jnckon 7i Royal Kings lit dnm Mollle lounUI heal Will by the noted sire Ciililwll1 Lexington FH King Englas lit dam Hip WV she by lllrd he by Old King Kn Klo7V2kldnmby hot llon Srd dnm by Harris Denmnrk ho by Millers Dennmrk 45 4th darn by Jim Hell thoroughbred NOTK King Kngle Is n combined a breeder of fine colored oDd high styled- coltsallluivingplenty of sle und notion hlscolts will snow for themielvrs King Kngle will make the present sensor of Pun at our stable two nnd onenaif miles West of Htnnfonl on the Hhelby City pike nt the In IIWKeene nt u for 1htrennd for Jennets to Insure u living colt Jim Keene sired by the great Hilly Keene lit dam by the Imp John WellsJnddnm by Heeeh rllm Kevne U JKt hands high black with white polntiin great mule Juck time sire of the colt and two yenrolcl tluit won flat In their chasers IliitIyear at the Kentucky Htnte Fair T HAIiniH H01IT WOOllH Phone 7t King 3 Htnnford Ky THE WARFIELD Trial 221 Trotting Dnrk liny Htnlllon Id hands fouletl August Itnl bred at Vintage Farm East Aurora N Y First duniNuugh ty Jlrl by Ilex Amerlrns 9nx1 year old rev cord Jllt sire of fll Aiiierlcnn llelle 8yr recordrliv and others In IJ lint n son of Onwnrd rev cord Si6H sire of Onwnrd Hllver 2nrlk and others In time 225 list Onward wan sired by ieorge likes 2ml dnm Duernm sired by Mnmbrlno Kin l7t lreof 7tuoludlng Indy of the Manor 2dllw Lord herby OvHelr nt law 5O3 8 others zlo- 8rd dnm Dotlet by Nutwood the sire of In the list 4th dnm Topaz by Htrntlunore wft sire w In the list Bill tutu Mlllnrd by Albion 6th dam Ned by Kdwln Forest don fjxly Turner by 3 IIlIIbrlno Chief H The WnrlleldWBN bred to only IS mares Helms fouls all upbended plenty of style size and sobsusn a std plenty of speed The Wllrmlls u rOlIroluth stallion In nil the term Implies To say that he has size substance nnd speed only Jn imrt emphatlio time iiunlltles combined In this son of Dare Devil lie hnv them nnd tliHy are of such lymmotrical chnrncter an to make him n stallion hinting ninny Ills head and neck are perfeut und when s1 nfhconneelion with lnfnultlessqteltnhd lieauty ureesiKolally linpiviiiiive You should sew this horse Ixfon linndim You II will say you never looked nt n letter out The Wurrteld Is the only stallion that line dams In the great brood mare lIt Ho Puns two Mnmbrlno King croslwo Mambrlno Putchvn two Mnun rlnoCbicf1110 Iblmes ono onward I George Willie Klectloneer Nutwood Htrathmore more trotting crosses than stallion nllxv The Wnrlleld by Dare vllts8Nncord2OU lie by Miimurlno King IJW he by Mnmbrlno Pntchun W lit by Mnmbrlno Chief II petit Mercedes by Olthnes Oils by Electioneer Dare Devil Is 5 great winner He won the ohlllllplulI hllJ tit the National Home show In laic elites t lint National Bore Show In clam 12ohnul IonhipNational horse- Show class 3 lint National HoraeUhow ISW class clne2lldrstNuttounlilorsuhhow- lieuclnsculintNatlonol Show IHO Horse Hhow wn class Urot Itoton llorw Shoal close 8 reserve lloxtmt hors Show class second Boston hors Show lop olniui a sec ond Boston lone Hhow clllI reserve llottnn hors show chits third llos ton IOIM Hhow clniN lie sired Thai llean Ideal 2l sire of Princes Holrn IlnlleyTrlner24liarIevdJrt2o3 make the present season nt our farm lull from rotK IIney nt to Insure n Living Colt JAUKCONI1UEIb1tat 1- hlKbhlt4feet 110 VlNRltHIIS3IcKlnnlyIC PRESTON 922 IVoln Prpstonls one of time grouted flvognlte show horses but Kentucky duct winning nt nil the Kentuckylobe anti about hone shows nt Lou n Ille browngwith flue tvb and very high notion ohlllaclonllFIrat Hvcond dnm by I nmnrk It It useless to commund hlmni the poo pie of this nnd ndjolnlng ruuntloi know hi record ni n show horse and also for breeding blmyetaecolt Will keep miirei on grits tit ts per month but not reponilhle lor accident ur escape of Mock HriiMm duo If mare la mead ed or parted with J V 1IAHKY Crab Urelianl Ky GALTON J29JO Season of Hire or OllhllI e flllltAI hums 2211 and six others with trluls from tOO to tuS those ore time only redo that were ever hnml led fur speed Also the lire of one dnm with one In the 2alist Hired by tinmbrltn Wll kes2IU the all of aw In the 1100 181 In In tilt nnd better olnlmvd to lx the iin ntf t sire In the world tat drone Imuey Held grand Lau of S with records of from t11 to SrtjNiji Knllold lA son of llniubltonluii drum by eeley s American star Knllelil 521 hRS oiii itu lab dnughtrr Pinter In or letter Slid dnut Jiilckttep Ken tUCK Trine Jr sitV of J I lltt Lear onailo JT7S and dmni of IS In the x5 list Cnl iliim by Old Joe silo of the dual of J Q Dalton rnrrloi the blood of four lending families llnmbletonlnn VIIUtw Mnmbrllit Oullonscbltalavegouengnlnstnnddefeat id the lest In linrnrm chalets nod redder rliitfi they iiroJn grot iteiimmt fling es tnolurltyyesrnugsfrohtSimttleswestof yule pike nt 115 to liuurv n living colt Mon 57 dueif ntaro I tattled after llug brut Plenty of gnus nl month snwd grossly for menu no other stook mixed with mares have grasa lots nnd large itnblot for mores to tool Oniln fed as cost Phone In residence HutonvIIUKxchnnge W M Huitonvllle Ky Antecarlo 226 12 Made over Versnlllei track In winning rnee Hired by Anteo IIII vthnt sold for tOr nt public unit tut dnm Mary Ann by hall storm eta Mm of Mnnibrlno Patch n Tnato two crosea nroduiwd The Abbot 1161f rlminplon trotting gelding of the world dnm by In lcH ndeneu innof Aitdrvw JMK doll Indeheudeneeedanlny Ainprlpnumnr JnlkllftblOOoIchnngdot trottlnli atnlllon of the warlil You set s two top rro es lire re sponsible for the fntest griding twit next crass nre rohowlblP for the tuitint atMl lion Then you see he Is teller fuel than either or Iluat for iie Pin the blood 0f dotArtteatrlo Is solid brown liar Mtn high wetbing111apnhslsflit 171 aatl notion Will stand nt II to insure aircolts nnd I lo lnurn lore roiu BUCK VARNON lllack Jnck with okhI aj han ds high Kim bradernuidrest In dlvldiMil A jiuk of floe tioue ami MCtlon With staid nt lltl to ln un n living eon Lien retained on colts for avoMHi Mine traded or bred 1001 liar bone foreln urnmt opal mnkes smison ulotsy due OllhlnlIkeat Jt per month Cure taken to prevent ac cidents but sot rmpnnlble ulioukl sal oa our IUHI10N A HMITI1 Hinnfonl K- yALMONTDARE i Hrglltured In A H It Hlretl by Mgnlty Dare hilt AH II UI Squlrrelflitliam n lit dnni 1 A T IIllsheiuy AhtlnliahAlanbrlno lie byAlhlont1tddamLady isuviby Crlt Chief ant dent Mallte H by Foreign Light Foreigner by Import edlonco4llidam Hettlt by whiting ImportedHueznrdNOTB Almont liar as we are aisle to dlllovtr II the first horse on reeorU hay tag to lids credit the honor of defeating with his own progeny those of his greet sire liltnlty pare whet year every time coming In eontnut with them As an Indi vidual this Is a wry atlrnotlvf horse stand tug IB bands with great style A beautiful y with manner unpariilelled oven by n III reiiinrknble show hone In harness hrA snddle HhowsS distinct Middle gaits all very foil nnd plensant with reseed of n 3 minute clip In harness One oannot conceive of u Shier bred horse tracing X time to Imported horses on his dom chile alone traces to Messenger I timesImp Dlohiede3thud to Zulu Milliard I times Imp uienco xtline Imp Ilnnor FllamplnackbutTraveler rurnopiKirt unity to breed toone of Americas at hhi Will nlso stand two good mule jacks nl N each Will make the season of 1UN at my plumes lithe HustonvllleonHuston vllle nnd lllierty turnpike craw furnished 11011IhhK s lOWE1Lt SON- liusionvllle Ky Lincoln Squirrel jointaleltadbhlghtuutdfull good bone splftidld back anti fins neokwell set In high mounted shoulders n combined bred horse but I use Pubis harnessonlyinand n mor perfect harn I have never soon can step wry tAI with extreme high nctlon nil smash nnd I think him to one of tbheststnhhlans In his Slat to breed to to get good hlghclns wnlktrot youfancylie hoe some yearling stud t oyenrold colts thHt I Invite breeders to se HquirrelIIYheBann fIl Mellon squirrels Jot tiara hy Oreen MoattaintaddainbyllughesKdwluForeat Messenger by M sanROr Ilreeze full brother to Maude Messenger reeonl IIA lad dnm Maria lH imuw by Mambrlno Htar llght a full brother to Lady Thorn lll ihil dnm Mollle Crow by Helms Yorkshire lllack grand sire Is the Biro of tome noted highclass sndille horses than highInudnnd ninny others Will iniiko the tenton of IWNntmvMile loan In Htnnford nt SlIm to Insure n living colt Money due when colt In fouled or utter parted with Happy Brummel Jled sorrel a white feetstnr anti snip full s hands high 4yenrs old old finest yomiK Middle thnt I ever owned Hired by lisp y teem Hniin nol let Fit nit heAlntnut by Almont Jr rind dnm by Hllver nmiirk aril linnby Hnmblittonliin 4th dnm by Ilrunt litby Vnrrlck he by tnrixnu tTldIiorwwlilio IKrinlttKl to serve todeituutn living colt Red Light lied sorrel harP yenrsoid ISluind high extra weight and lout PiedIevtfto need description und imllgriw he by o IttllJI21 nan of time Urent Jninlnttn VIhkee Ind ybyinSill Pant Twlllnht by Islington oiu rlam DnrkliHiH by Wngncr InolTcrlng tin wrvtcwof this promising young Ktnlllon w fish safe In Mylng thnt with bolMrundto form spell nnd notion thnt roveaQrvetttockbotsv willtoIoltIput In trntnhug and ghvn n record lie sure to see him before brtiitdlng your good mn roe JAMKH It HKAJJLEYHtnnford Ky r ii4r + DIGNITY DARE NO 1982 A S H R 30 to Insure honey due when mare is sold traded or nrteil with Owned by D S Carpenter Hustonville KyIj Iirturr taken nt 3 vcars oldj Prospect 2087 A S H R At 15 to Insure G C tit S K Carpenter Lawn Mere 2 12 Milt Wof Hu tonvil This oomlilned stallion will make the se use A real pteniurv to look nt by halter loll oll nt lawn Mere Htoek Farm tW lu hariM M or umlrr saddle r beforderllland erDanabyforfeitsMoranuall llntIfore removal of mare Mares entrustedHorssslPinbrealshike lih ntt Third his brrettersofreairraises 111IIIKhwntywn tlonnlly brimd not lione hut smooth ItrottlIn this coil other Htates its wlnnn nldclinicalKUNlIIlly line weathers with nark first In his clues At lhkllIlO lwei was 5e ofgivingludlyidualhernnkely f lld1trehad with title action new well drfltHMl saddle nails with n beautiful trot In bar ThosllustonriacKyEerlienge 1 1thingTHE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY SPY LONG DISTANCE FOR RATES APPLY TO TELEPHONEtEAST TENNESSEE INCOnroRATtD If You Want the Purest and Best j Drugs get Them rem A 0sAlM9 STANFORD DRUG CO r 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