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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 THE INTERIOP JOURNAL I f VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 21 1908 RD 14 11 The Vernal List Duds Dude- Sweeping and suds Yam Cans Loud rootingians Bees Peas- Sunthlno and freeze Plea Dills r Ague and chills l All of your string- HUSTONVILLE The services at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and night t will close the ministry of the present pastor A largo attendance Is earnest ly desired Morning subject Tho Great Commission Evening subject alt la Finished someoftho principal sec Lions of tho wheat btlt caused tho mar ket to go up last week but this was counteracted by reports by the Government to the effect that the wheat has not yet been Injured and tho crop can stand oven anpther week of no rain without Injury Tho market opened well tho first of tho week y Weak women get prompt sad last log help by using Dr Sloops Night Curs Thoso soothing hoallngi nntl vtia nupposllorlos with full In formation how to proceed are interest logly told of In my hook No 4 For t Women The book nnd strictly con fidential medical ad v leo U entirely free Simply write Dr Snoop IXa cloe Wls for my book No 4 Sold by Penns Drug Store Tho battlcahip fleet chef Pe I s dro harbor and was welcomed by 100 000 residents of Los Angeles who tray eled 22 miles to tho coast to see tho vessels enter tho harbor An elabor ate programme of entertainment both for oflkers and men has been arranged for tho week She tossed her head So Ills said This damsel sweet Which ncath a hat As largo all that Was quits a feat Here and There Charles Nuchols was acquitted of the murder of his father In Monroe county- A Negro arrested on tho charge of criminal assault was found hanging to a tree at Atlanta Tex Dillard Dalton a brakeman on tho Louisville Atlantic railroad was kill ed In a wreck near Irvine Ogden Gee n Richmond firm was fined 5 and costs for furnishing cigar cite papers without special license James I alley a prisoner In tho Sene ca Kansas jail charged with murder set tho jail on flro and was cremated Tho suit of Robert and Mary hello well against alleged Caldwell county night riders for 50000 damages will bo called for trial In tho Federal court at Paducah Dr Simon B Conovcr who during tho administration of President Hayes was United States Senator from Flor ida died at tho hospital at Port Town send Wash of old age The report that the American Tobac co Company will be dissolved volun tarily as a result of tho Government investigation is vigorously denied by counsel for tho company John and William Frank were mis taken for burglars at Columbus 0 and both were killed following tho breaking into of tho grocery store of tho lather of tho dead men While temporarily Insane J N Hall ran amuck with a revolver at Warrens burg Mo killing one man and serious ly wounding two more Ho was killed by a Negro porter In a hotel Calvin Morgan n nephew of Gen John II Morgan and ono of tho best known and wealthiest young men of Lexington was found lying in bed at his homo with a bullet holo in his head and a smoking revolver on tho pillow beside him Eight indictments wero returned In Livingston county against Dr Will Champion of Lyon county charging him with sending threatening letters in connection with tho night riders Champion has been indicted in Mar shall county as a leader of tho riders Mayor J TV Earl of Latonia has re ceived a letter signed Night Riders warning him to leavo town by next Wednesday or his houso will bo burned He recently began prosecution of the gamblers in Latonia and it is thought this was the reason for the warning note Big Show Coming I Ten Nigljts in a Bar Room Co Under a Big Water Proof Tent Fitted up in Grand Opera House style ni1 i 11V l A IIWW NJIlfI II II tet Will Exhibit at Stanford Saturday April 25 This Company carries 50 people A cnr load of till special scenery with calcium and colored fire eflects One of the best bUildsa superb orchestra of 10 pieces uul1u Megaphone quartette The only compau traveling that makes a lecillhy of this Grand OM Temperance Piny and has tso connec turn withany other attractions Nothing cheap but the prices Admission uliiltft 25c children ICc Como nail bring tho whole family Irof Holly Rossniycra Military Band will give two popular concerts at noon nud 7 p M Dont fail to hear LITTLE MARGUERITE tho child actress as MAHY MORGAN She has no equal Remember tho Date THE SAFEST fiND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DiST AfME TELEPHONE t FOR RATES APPLY TO LOOAL MAHA9ER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPBflHE CBM tt IT M NEWS NOTES M A Lillard a Livingston count grand juror dropped dead just as he was leaving the jury room Night riders raided tho barn of Joo Lillard in Grant county and destroys several hogsheads of tobacco Reports from tho lower Arkansa river say tho levees aro breaking In many places on account of high water Two more bodies havo been found In tho ruins of the Chelsea Mass fire making tho list of known dead 131 Vhlle many moro aro missing- A J Pearce a sword swallower while swallowing a sword at Waterbury Conn pierced his stomach and tho hospital doctor say ho will die Ernest Mornes nino years old is dy- Ing at New Castle Pa as tho result of a bullet wound inflicted by a young companion while playing cowboY Hostilities broku out anew between the Mullins and Tharp families In Breathitt when Will Tharp was stab bed by Elijah Mullins and fatally in juredFerdinand Schumacher known a tho oatmeal king of America from having founded tho breakfast food business In this country is dead at Akron 0- Miss Laura Ewen of Winchester has filed suit against her father W It Ewen alleging that ha recently beat her over the head with a shoe inflict big injuries for which she asks 3000 damages Joe Dell charged with being ono or the leaders of tho nightrider band In Calloway county has been surrenders by his bondsmen and this Is taken to moan that tho accused men will not havo the backing of the tobacco asso elation men Four men charged with night riding were arrested in Harrison county with In a tow hours after a raid by masked men who destroyed tobacco which wai being hauled Into Cynthiana for sale Tho men were Identified as being members of the band Two men entered the Citizens State Hank at Chautauqua Kansas and after forcing Cashier C C Waltcrhouso and Del Easley a business man to enter the vault locked them in secured all the currency in sight amounting to about 3000 and escaped Joseph Gerhart was wounded at Clarksville Tenn in a shooting aftra with Ben Reinhart Tom Williams a bystander was shot through tho hand and Dub Smiths side was grazed by a bullet The shooting resulted it is al leged from bad feeling over tho tobac co situation John W Y Thomas a prominent Henry county farmer is circulating a petitition soliciting a fund to be pre sensed to Miss Alice Lloyd as a gift or appreciation to her for tho part she took In the Macauloy Theatre meeting In Louisville when she pleaded the tarn era side of tho tobacco situation Christopher DoJarnert ono of the most prominent farmers of Brcckin ridge county was burned to death inmost a peculiar manner He went to the barnyard to shoot a hawk and that was the last seen of him until his charred body was found in the vicinity fron which tho sound of the gun was heard It is generally supposed that his cloth- Ing became ignited from a spark fron the gun Tho languid lifeless feeling tha comes with Spring and early Summer can bo quickly changed to a feeling of buoyancy and energy by tho judtolou uw of Dr Sloops Restorative lho ISostoratlvo Is n genuine tonlo to tired rundown nerves and but a few dose Is neodod to satisfy tho user that Dr Shoops Restorative Is actually roach ing that tired spot Tho indoor IIfo of Winter nearly always leads to slug gish bowels and to sluggish clruula tlon In general Tho customary lack of exercise and outdoor air ties upthi liver stagnates the kidneys am ofitlrnes weakens the Hearts action Use Dr Shoots Restorative n few weeks and nil will be changed A fev days test will toll you that you lire using tho right remedy You will easily and surely note tho changi from day to day Sold by Penny1 Drug Store sold Potc would you help a man datsseun better days After a generous meal she ventured- to was It that you saw better days 7 Last summer Washington Star He Got What He Needed Nino years ago It looked as if my time had come says Mr C Forth Ing of Mill CreeK Ind Tor I was so run down that life hung on n very slender thread It was then my druggist reaommendod Electrlo B liters I bought a bottle and I got what I need od strength I had one foot in the grave but Klcctrlo Bitters put it back on the turf agate and Ive been well over since1 Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Storo 60c IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs M G Crooks mother of Prof C G Crooks of Centre College is dead at DanvilleW a prominent citizen of tho Flat Lick sectiOn of PulaskI is dead aged 57- Claiborno Strunk was found dead pear tho mouth of Rockcastlo riVer in Pulaski county Grover Allen charged with bigamy was given three years by the Rockcas tlo circuit court George S Avrltt a wellknown law yer is dead at his home at Bradfords vine of tuberculosis- J D Hamm of Rockcastle county is G3 years old and has never been sick enough to prevent his looking after his Leroy of Science Hill Pu loski county got a note signed Night JoreferUlizeraF J Jones who runs a store between Parksville and Junction City was ac quitted of the charge of selling intox icating liquors At Richmond Postmaster Wallace has received instructions that free delivery will go into effect May 1 and that the appointment of carriers will be made within the next few days The stores of G A Adkins John Ryan and the Williamsburg Hardware Co all at Williamsburg were broken into cash drawers opened and change and considerable goods were taken The store and postofflco of T M Powers Bro of Slickford Wayne county was entered by burglars The safe was dynamited and 300 belonging to the firm and all the postofllce funds were taken Leo Norton who was given one year in tho pen for shooting Mrs Arnold was granted a new trial because of an error in the instructions by two words being left out by tho stenographer in copying Mt Vernon Signal Death Was On His Heels Jesse P Morris of Skippers Va had a close call in the Spring of 1000 Ho says An attack of pneumonia left mo so weak and with such a fear ful cough that my friends declared consumption bad me and death was on my heels Then I was persuaded to try Dr Kings New Discovery It helped mo immediately and after tak ing two and a halt bottles I was a well man again I found out that New Discovery Is tho best remedy for coughs and lung disease in all the world Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Storo 50o and 81 Trial bottle free Italy will dispatch a fleet of 11 warships to Asia Minor in a demonstration against Turkey and a small Island oil the coast may be seized as an object lesson to the Sultan The trouble arose over tho refusal of the Turkish Govern spent to allow the cstablishncnt of a postoffice by Italy and also because of the murder of an Italian missionery Tho purchase of the Jamestown Exposition grounds on Hampton Roads for the use of the Navy is provided for in the bill introduced in tho Senate by Mr Daniel of Virginia The bill limits the cost to 960000 and tho relinquishment of the government claim for 875000 against the Exposition Company on ac count of an unpaid claim Gov Willson will begin at once read ing the record in tho Goebel murder cases and will study the evidence care fully before acting on the question of a pardon for Howard and Powers All tho arguments by the attorneys in the cases have beeq heard by the Governor who says that he will not let public sentiment influence him in his decision You allege cruel and inhuman treatment 7 inquiringly said tho attorney Just tell me please Yes sir snapped the feminine an- rharp featured petitioner for a divorce Why actually whenever I try to start an argument with him ho grins and agrees with mo IIuck Night riders in Fayetto coUnty threat ened to burn every barn on the farm owned by two lone women only a short distance from Lexington and as a consequence of the warning letter tho owners have abandoned their planS to grow tobacco this year They up their only plant bed Plenty Of Troubles caused by stagnation of tho liver rod bowels To get rid of it and headache and biliousness and tho poison that brings jaundice take Dr rings New Life Pills tho reliable purifiers that do thou work without grinding or griping 25o at Pennys Drug Store- S S S By tho word Lent is understood th fast of 40 days preceding Easter kept after the example of Moses Elias and Christ Himself in order to prepare the faithful for the great festival of Easter Spring Clothes IsFor Men Boys and Children Our stock is larger and more complete than ever before Buy a Griffon BrandSpring Suit and have the best for your money in quality and style and makeWe all the latest fabrics in brown tan grey stipes and plaids Cope and See our clothes beforejou buy elsewhere nUll be convinced of tho quality of our goods SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings EtcSv Jrr When in Somerset go to see LEVENSON BROS C r e If you are in doubt about yourEaater Clptbcs It will take you but n short while to make a satisfactory decis ion We invite you to take a peep at our Spring and Easter display and if you dont say it is the best then we are the worst = fooled people in the town In Mens Boys and Childrens Suits we defy our competitors because we have the hest that r money can buy Our furnishing department is complete and there are many excellent values in Footwear Neckwear Col tars Shirts and Ties Let us show you ti LEVENSON BROS SomersetKy Three Story Brick Opp Newtonian Hotel Phono 441 Pirsl llalional JJanA Stanford Jfy Organized 832 Capifal 3fock 50 000 Jurptut and Wnttfutdait Profits 39OOO Jfas paid in Dividends sinoa Organization 2f500 Snoito Wow jfccounls on Our 91orlir OFFICERS DIRECTORS PresidentF Reid J II Daughraan I S Rocker D Elmore J M Pettus S T Harrif Vice President SlI Baughman J F Cummins John J McRoberts CashierS T Harris James Robinson HVC Baughman Asst CashrIPerfect Heat IiHot water heating is perfect with tho exception of tiffs The mosquitos J dwill bits you some during Winter If you can put up with that thou lotlAldrulgo heat your homo so that you eau enjoy all your rooms Hot water heating is clean economical and regular No sudden changes in tempera tore You will save enough in Coal Comfort sail Health t3 pay for ibo outfit in a few years S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentuckyi Garden SeedsiWith Tools and Plows to Plant Them Wit- hPOULTRY FENCE i ITo keep the chickens off You will find a va riety at Reasonable Prices Qeo D Hoppers Stanford Ky yoThe Interior Journal k L Co WALTON JOHN J MOSER It II a cnndh1nte lor of Lincoln count emocrotlctM BRUCE II a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county- nbloct to the action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate for jailer of Lincoln count- subject to the action of the Democrat party j 0 C ALLEN It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the nctlon of the Democrutl party k DINK FARMER Ii n candidate for the Democratic nomlna Uon for Jnlltn of Lincoln county subject ti the action of the democratic party J W FOLEY If n candidate for Assossor of Lincoln couh ty subject to thcnctlon of tbo democrat party W L MCARTY li n candidate for Hlierlff of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action ot the democrat party M S BAUGHMAN 110 candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln count subject to the action of the democratic party JAMES P BAILEY i110 candidate for the nomination for judge of the Lincoln County Court subject tot action of the Democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEYJR Ii n candidate for the nomination for judge of the Lincoln County Court subject Button of the democratic party JAMES MKECHNIE Is a candidate for magistrate In the Stan ford district subject to the democratic pri mary of June 8 HARVEY HELM Is candidate for the democratic nomlna s Eighth disirictteubjecitothe actionthe democrat ic party Tim grand jury at Murray which is investigating the night riders raids returned 31 indictments Saturday against men charged with participation in raids in Calloway county This whickmore are to follow Seven of the men are indict arrestte 9 and County Judge Wells said ha expected to have 20 new warrants ready to be served yesterday Th people of the county are now backing Judge Wells and are ready for th threatened raid on the jail to release the prisoners Judge Wells says peo proofIthe work of breaking up the deviltry will continue until the last one of the i rascals is punished THAT was a touching and excellent talk Mr Arthur Goebel made before 1Gov Willson anent the pardoning of rgedtof his brother Gov William Goebel t All honor to the splendid gentleman who has for eight years fought the t scoundrels who brought about the death of the brother who was both brother and father to him And never in all that time has Mr Goebel done one thing that was not within the bounds o law and reason Who could keep from I admiring the magnificent fight he has made 7 If the assassins themselves have a spark of decency left we do not f believe even they can fail to commend t his course The more we see and hear areIone of great men SENATORELECT BRADLEY spoke in the interest of Fairbanks to 3000 re publicans at Williamsburg Saturday When he told them how clever Vice President and Mrs Fairbanks had been to Hog Jaw Taylor and his family in Indianapolis the immense throng cried and cheered alternately The speech was so pathetic along these lines that it is said the newly elected U S Sena tor shed a few crocodiles himself r There are few more versatile men in this country of ours than the Honorable William 0- Eutociea pronounced upon th late Senators Morgan and Pettus of Alabama in the Senate Saturday and many of the leaders in that body Republicans as wellas Democrats joined in voicing a sentiment of love and esteem for the two dead Senators BIG bra brave baldhead OHie M James was renomInated for Congress in the First district Saturday There was no opposition and should have been none to the splendid gentle man and democrat T POLITICAL Stephen E Norman has been appoint ed postmaster at Rheber Casey county Henry M Cake defeated Charles W Fulton for the nomination for U S Senator from Oregon- R Y Thomas Jr has announced i for the democratic nomination for Congress in the Third district republlt1for Taft until he is ar I 1 Representative Ben Johnson voted for four new battleships The other Ken tucky Congressmen voted against four A G Rhea of Russell ville are urging him to enter the race CondoThree State conventions and a largo number of congressional district conventions to elect delegates to the Na tional Convention are to be hold during this week President Roosevelt has announced providingfject of amendments to the Sherman antitrust law The District of Columbia appropria tion bill was reported to the Senate It carries 11494887 an Increase of S10343S8 over the amount of the bill as it was passed by the House The rival candidates for the republl can nomination for judge in the Breath itt district have agreed to have a pri mary election some time in May to choose a nominee The race is a hot oneA bill was Introduced Saturday by one of the Kentucky members pro hibiting common carriers from shipping liquor to fictitious addresses It is intended to break up what is known tadelyA convention at Lexington Sept 3 following conventions to select dele gates inlhe various counties of the district Aug 29 was determined on by the committee at Lexington to nomi nate a candidate for Congress in the Seventh district A petition will be presented to Con gross asking passage of a bill requiring publicity of campaign contributions to national and Congressional campaign committees The petition states that the movement is nonpolitical and the majority party will be held responsible- for failure to pass such a law President Roosevelt in addressing the Tulsa Okla Commercial Club which asked that the restrictions against the sale of Indian lands be re moved asked them to give the Indian a fair chance and said the white men of Oklahoma should do what they could to encourage the Indian to become a good and useful citizen If the Senate Finance Committee continues to smother the bill taking the tax off of leaf tobacco it will hear from Senator McCreary Mr McCreary has served notice on Senator Daniel who is a member of the committee that if the latter does not move to discharge thee committee from consideration of the bill he McCreary will do so and thus- e precipitate the fight on the floor of the Senate A bill regulating the granting by Federal courts of temporary Injunc Lions against State officers in the enforcement of State laws was passed by the Senate Senator Overman in calling up the measure explained thatit prohibits the granting of such injunc tions except by a majority of three Judges two at least of whom are re quired to be Circuit Judges and the third either a Circuit or a District Judge CHURCH MATTERS Rev Samuel H Tabb of Hardin county has accepted a call to the Bap tier church at Pineville There were 914 confessions at the protracted meeting just closed at the Broadway Christian church Lexington 93 confessions were made on the last dayBiblical students have searched in ev ery possible quarter for the origin of the custom of carrying candles in the Candlemas procession without finding any record of It Health Coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced This clever Coffee Substitute was recently produced by Dr Shoop of Ra cine Wis Not a grain of real Coffee in neither Dr Shoops Health Coffee is made from pure toasted grains with malt nuts etc Really it would fool an expertwho might drink it for Coffee No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Made in a minute Says the doctor Sold by Pennys Drug Store In striving to rescue two boys in peril on the falls at Louisville three Uniteed States Lifesaving Station were swamped and themselves in danger of drowning before a second boat rescued both them and the boys How to Avoid Appendicitis- Most victims of appendicitis are those who ore habitually constipated Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowejs 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 A Japanese company has paid for the first half year a dividend of 9 per cent on cement manufactured from the ash of the great volcanoes in the main is land of Hondo a Much colder 2 Mr Weather ManIPlease cut out such a thing Our coal is measured by a Rgmegbertit ie Spring spanJ FloydByrd has announced for Congress in the Tenth district Henry Chadwick known aa the father of base ball is dead in New York Notice For Rent I Storehouse and residence combined on Northwest corner Depot street one of the best stands in town call on or address JT1IOMABO I1ALL Stanford Ky Small Farm For Sale Hltuated on Somerset pike four miles from Stanford Contains acres Good residence and abundant outhouses In good repair For further particulars call at this olllce MASONS MEET meetInthird Monday nights of Inch month at oclock In their hull on Main street Stan ford Ky Members of muter lodge lire fra fennyVINSURANCEtire Lightning WindStorm Life and Holdout None but thu STIIONQKHT and EHTUompunli Represented Lowest Pos ilble Rates Guaranteed Lou Paying nile ltd Unequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No83 Home In Lexington to Trade or 0or Sill Ideslruford The residence Is one of cottage style and has nil the modern convenience Le s Until half block from street car line lon locntffiliulltiingisnnd grape arbor In yard Fine clitern Will either trade or sell on easy terms J II Are1hotogrnphprospective purchasers are Invited to cell and see It Sale of Blue Grass Land and Per sonalty Ai executor of Hnniuel n Duddurnr I will on TIIUnSDAYIAY roldtlIcelcounty Kyoiler for ante flueItluestate of cultlvntlon containing twostory frame dwelling hou of 10 rooms all nivrvwry outbuildings und well fenced i oliO unIProcdt ntUelwhentSyeariingealtleaukindsof cry household and kitchen furniture of till hamsUilderi0houlderiIsurrey ness wagon 10 shares of stock In 631shnrosotstocklnthingsPossession athmilsDinnerAO UOIIIN80N DudllrorJ XTRAGOODCLOTII8S Ederheimer Stem U Co Makers it a MAKE right now to see our XTRAooop suits for boys Theyre new seasonable appropriate a great number of styles with a scale of prices that per mits buying at your own figureI Tht right garment rtlarevery toy above Ihtrto3 years McRobertsl I Land Posted I Note II hereby given totlau public that llInIhedlyaopasslng through the plneenlluwed 11 IL AND K J M 1118 Highland Ky GILBERT CREEK BARGAIN STORE Take no ones word for It but come mind sere my new spring Melts Also Ilece loadsA few suits at cost left yet will be very grateful fur your patronage D JHMtTlt Have your colts castrated by T F Gross Crab Orch ard Ky Tho well known castrator off horses and horse doctor Phone in residence McKINNEY MARBLE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers of Iranlte and Marble Monuments Klntriiiiu Work at Reasonable 1rlcos Oltlce and Works McKlnney Ky shop doted ou Saturday Notice To Contractors I We are ready to rvc lve bids for n turnpike to lw built from Klngtvlllts ylo the Casey county line n instance of About XK mile The contract will be lt as n whole or In wctloifs of onehalf mile or more IMniiHiinil iHclllcatloii fur the construe UOII of tnU pike calm iw obuliml on appli cation to the undersigned All bids must be sealed nnd woe la not later than May IS dm The supervisors reserve the right to reject any amid nil bids JIt McKee JVActon U A Walter supervisors SIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Whibuyreadymadeclothingwheatheres trade suits and n suit made to your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have a handsome line of Spring A Hummer goods I man make from n low price business suit to bl Oneldre lull Overcoats Trou r and Fancy Vests The company I rep Is second to none fit 110 HUPLEV The Tailor Stanford Ky nrge tor examination orsciiiitltical I ng eyes by uptodate methods Pre kcrlptionglustes ground to order set In an style frame or skeleton mountings work and material guaranteed satisfactory charges moderate Permanently 1ICtNlln Central Telephone llulidlng lluitonvll Ky L r IHIWKLL Graduated Uptomelryst Choice Goods Foaled January lift black with white points ILL hand Sired by Wonder anti out of Uhenault Jennet WT Wonder was sired by Itelknap he by Imported llelkuati Uholre lx Ulnm U by Jumbo Imported lie was bred by Charles Cheimult of Rogn nn Sumner county Trnn and Ii n great In dividual lie won the blue tie In the swtp stake ring at the State fair nt Nashville aril has many more blue ties tc his credit Mee hole Uoais hefore you brad lie will serve Jennets at tut and Mares at Jlu to in sure living colts Will stand two other Jacks at tie to insure 1lnl colts Will also stnnd the magnificent draft stallion Herr at btu to insure n colt MHJIAIJOIIAIANMtanfor- KyDorsey Golddust 12052 Full brother to Kstelle Ipt4 Sired by lluidl Goiddust 4KX Dam rJorence by Golden Mlngouhlef tracing bock to Justin Morgan on loth sldcr rocking him no In tensely inbred Morgan stnllliiiilft is n dark lay la hands and oclghs iwunds Asa breeder he has few wjunln n provinnnd uni form breeder of highdata know and road home combining nil the qualities for bar ness nnd saddle and In demand at ton prices Wof his get having sold lor IIVIO and a mid 4ymroldsonly form broken my own raising have sold tu the peat year for nn average of pfd honey Goiddust will unlike the present season at my farm near Htaufonl at to to insure u living colt Also n large and line young Jack grand eon of Tom Keenennd JOt Iluicknurn nt ftoinsure a living colt Mares kept nt lee per day Good attention but no rcspoiul blllty for accidents or escapes- F RKID Danville Ky DON VARRICK This magnificently bred young stallion wilt make the season of lit place In Stanford Ky better known as the IlrlIlIl ley place at IIS to Insure a living colt loon snipInshort buck excellent boric cud tine muscles lust the typo you are looking for to breed your mars lIOn Vnrrlck U by the great Onward Silver JUJ that sold for IXII o lu by Onward one 01 the very best sons of forgo Wllkesi Onward wits out of anti no mare ever produced 3 such Illustrf sons ui Onward anti Director Onward Hlhr won ehe Trnnyhollill In lt 02 In a 1 heat race defeating such talent ni Susie yearhechusetti In broken heats lIOn Varrlck lit Jam by alloy by George Wllkesand a Still sister toTheingl1Ay end dam Ma Hoggs Grey Kagie the dam of Madline Iotchlln he the dam of nuhher tlO Vlnchester zilftjf Hilly saiamlMlw 1t3 This rich Inheritance of speed mind blood lines should appeal to the public who wishes to breed Mm ei kept at lOo per day All earn taken but will not be or escapes lilt I1l1ItbtYMmn- fordWeak Women To weak and aUtni women there Is at least one- waytohelp But with that w r two treatments must bo combined One Is tool one U constltu on both are important both essential Dr Shoop Night Cure is the Local Dr nestontlve the Conitltntion The former Dr whoops Night Cure U a topical mucous Diombnne fUDposltory remedy while Dr hoops Kbitontlre Is wholly an Internal treat men The Itestoratiye reachN throughout the en tire system seeking the repair ot all nerve aU ana aU blood ailments Itsworkd mucous surfaces heals local weaknesses and discharges white the Restorative eases nerroui eultement gliei renewed and builds up Wilted tiiuw brtcZing about rsnewed- itreugth Tit Rettorau sbletsorlleuidatsgeneraltonice- rntssm10th For Eouure local bupnMM well ShoopsNight PENNYS DRUGSTORE r HTSI HTS1N- o 1s matter how well dressed you may be no matter how fine or fitting your clothes how shiny your Shoes without a becoming stylish well selected HATyourcostume is incomplete One ofrour nice light soft PAN AMAS at 5 6 75Q 1 or a STRAW YACHT the dressiest of all Straw Hats atr 100 200 and 300 Each or the new soft hat for young men THE MASCOT in the new shades These are the real things Of course we always carry the staple styles and the old reliable STET tJSON at 350 450 and 500ht We are the HAT people if you do not now believe it come and see H J McROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY FISHING TACKLE Reels 60 cents to 750 t 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 i No 31111 iObnrrol Flouring Roller Mill in nu old established on two railroads ntnl in finest wheat belt in State Fine custom trade DoJing fine business Price 8 5500 1acresfor fine blue gross farm in good location It will pay you to investigate thisf prolositiontNo 313 118acro farm one milo of Eubank Pulaski county joins railroad fourroom frame cottngo nnd outbuildings good orchard fino water land lays well and produces 7 to 10 barrels of corn per acre Price 81200 No 314187 acres four miles west of MorelnmU Now 3room cottage tud outbuildings tobacco barn 32x48 feet 50 acres timber oplar tub md oak Produces 10 barrels corn per aero and in tobacco Price 823 per acre Half cash balance in 1 2 and 3 yearsiNo 31556 acres 11 in timber 3 miles west of Moreland one houeo 3yrooms one 2room tobacco barn 86x66 feet Laud produces 1000 pounds tobacco per acre Price 81500 TO F YOU WANT TO SELL BUY OL TRADE ANYTHING WRITE US Somerset Real Estate Agency 4 il Somerset Ky f Look Ladies I Reductions Extraordinary I From the time your eyes fall on this advertisement you can buy from our choice line of Spring Tai lored Suits Silk Suits or Silk and Covert Jackets any you make like at 14 oft the price This is extra ordinary because of the time and the finest goods in our house These suits are from the best makers 3 of highclass Suits in America The Silk Suits are exquisitely beautiful in the new shades of BlueBrown Grey Tan and Stripe This is by far the best offer we ever made to our trade Just think of buying these swell dresses at what you pay for the material and they are made by the best talent in this coun try The only reason for this is the season has been against us Come and see them I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD SrANrolU KY Ariin 21 hint f UFIO Cellar Flakes are made from the wood of genuine ml codar und nru euro protection against moths Iftc a package Pennys drug atnro- PERSONALS Miss FKANCBS VANDEVEER Is ill THOMAS G DAVISON is improving REV D M WALKER Is thought to be convalescingMR DUNN spent several days In Louisville Du 0 D FAUIS of Danville wdi hero SaturdayJ- AiLEn W1 HBKHIN Is better we are glad to say Mil M G AUDiimOB of Lancaster waa hero Sunday MIL WAUTEII L MARTIN of Paris was here last week Miss LUCILK MKsrKEE continues III with malarial fever Mn W M DIUOHT spent several days In Loulsvilluon business Miss LOKA Honor of KIdds Store was hero shopping yesterday Mns M C WIUJAMS of Somerset arrived yesterday to visit friends I MRS J n HEcK of the West End has been with Somerset relatives W W WITHERS of Lexington 4spentSunday with his mother here 1 WEARBN Huoiitw spent Sunday with Charles E Uohon at Lebanon News comes from Boyle county that Mr J Marsh Coffey Is critically liON JOHN W DROWN of Mt Ver nnn paid this office a call last week MRSJ H MBRSIION of Somerset Is with her daughter MM A C Hill MR CEo C KBLLBR JR of Danville was hero Sunday and yesterday Mrs AND MRS A E GIBBONS of D nvllle were with friends here Sunday MR Asunv AI WARRBN of Mobile Ala Is with his mother and sisters here W i T STBPIIBNSOK of Maywood who has been strlouily III ta now able to sit up- Mns ERNEST WARRTOI of Middles boro is spending a few days with her parents hero t Miss MARTHA MHLR who has been in Louisville is with her parents in the Highland section Mn D R CARPENTER of Nashville spent several days with his brother Dr J G Carpenter MRS HORACE HERNDON of Lancas ter spent Friday with her aunt Mrs 1 J C Hays who continues III Miss MAE MARTIN who has been with Crab Orchard friends returned to her home at Paris Saturday MR CASH HERRIN of Pulaski was hero last week to see his brother Mr W I Herrln who continues SllELHY GovEn who has been visit Ing friends In Florida returned to his home at Crab Orchard Saturday MR JOHN 0 NBVIUS and bride of Lebanon Junction arrived Saturday to visit his mother Mrs Mattie Nevius MR JOE McAuSTER left Saturday for Miss to attend the marriage of hlsslstcr Miss Arethusa McAlister t to H D Sauce Miss MATTIE MCCLARY who is at tending the Normal School at Rich 4mond spent Saturday and Sunday with t her slater Miss Stella McClary 1 MR AND MRS BEDELL CHANCELLOR and Mrs B C Sandidge of Lincoln visited Mesdames W J Hogan and Eli t za H Bollard Bryantsvillo Cor Lan caster Record MR E J TANNER spent a part of last week In the Deposit Bank of McKinney t 1 The cashier Mr R H Met t calf was at home at Paint Lick with his sick mother MR J S MURPHY proprietor of the t McKinney Roller Mills was In the city this week looking after his interests Ho sells quite a quantity of flour in this section Somerset Times MR R G COLLIER of Somerset is spending a few days with his old friends in tho East End Wo predict it will not bo long until this gallant old exConfedornto Is again a citizen of Llnccln county CAPT R R GENTRY brought Mr R E L Sims over to Danville to testify in the case of tho Commonwealth against Frank Chapman charged with killing Joe Rico at Hcdgeville Capt Gentry came over to Stanford and spent a short while with his family Miss ETHELBERT DUNN one of the Graded School teachers who went to Ither home in Garrard quite illa few days still troubled with mala- riaI slncol15 not return this session This will be sad news to tho many friends Miss Dunn has made hero MR G W SINGLETON is quite sick At hit homo at Cedar Creek Miss ELLEN BALLOU Severn with Mrs E W McCorkle at Nic holaaville MIss FLORENCE TANNER of McICIn ney went to Middlesboro ycsterda to visit friends- JOB LYNN cOFFEY is pitching for th Versailles base hall team this sensor and is making good MR SIIELTON SAUFLKY wife and son came over from Frankfort Satur day to spend a tow days with the homofolks here P e LOCALS Fort flower pots ito Farris TilE bo Friday night FOUND a small amount of money Call at this office NEW White Waists just in Paragon make Severance Son FOUND a black fur collar Call al Lincoln County National Bank FRYING chickens and Brown Leghorn eggs for sale S H Aldridge GFT you a Clipping Machine and shear your sheep nice E T Pence NEW line of picture mouldings and furniture just In Jt Bcazley Co FOUR hundred locust posts Extra good for sale J H Baughman d Co NEW line of Hart SchafTncr Marx clothing just received Cummins Weuron Punt S C Brown Leghorn eggs for sale Write or phone Mrs Robert L Derry Htstonvile Ky TUB L N will run an excursion to Cincinnati over tho Kentucky Central Sunday at 176 the roundtrip Tilt Graded School base ball team de feated tho Hustonvillo boys 12 to 2 on the grounds hero Thursday evening CALL and see us in our new room In tho Odd Fellows building corner Main and Depot streets Cummins Wear en THE Graded School base ball team was defeated by the Lancaster nine on the grounds of the latter by a score of 6 tea CALL and see my line of buggies carriages runabouts etc before buying Isewhcre I can save you money J L McKee RilTc Hustonville EXCURSION next Sunday over the L S N to Cincinnati at 176 for the roundtrip Train leaves depot hero at Ii A SL returning ledvcs Cincinnati at 830 r M TUB trustees of the Stanford Graded school met Saturday and elected Miss LAura Dye to fill tho unexptred term of Miss Ethelbert Dunn who is lit at her home In Garrard AT the sale of the property of the late Judge R C Warren yesterday his residence and about 12 acres of land on Janvillo Ave were bought by his widow Mrs Charlotte L Warren for 3 iOO NONE of tho boys would enter the carrel race at tho rink Friday evening and It had to be called off Tho management had both the barrels and cash prize ready but the young men did not have the vim to try It HOWARD CAMNITZ ofHustonville won the first game of base ball for the itUburg team Ho pitched a magnifi cent game the dispatches say Tho game was between 1itUburg and St- outs and It took 10 innings to decide NEWLAND After a protracted ill less of pneumonia Mrs Henry F Rowland breathed her last at midnight Sunday She is survived by her husband and five children for whom unbounded sympathy is felt Deceased was a daughter of tho lato Colo Coffey and a sister of Mr J Marsh Coffey who moved to the Perryvilla section of Joyle from this county some 12 months ilncc She was an excellent woman md had many years been a faithful member of the church Sho was one of tbe most popular women of the Cedar reek section and her death has cast a gloom over that neighborhood May hose who weep realize that their loss In Mrs Newlands eternal gain and hat in tho land that is fairer than day he now basks in tho Sunshine of tho God Who gavo her After funeral services at her late homo this morning at consignI A CROWD from Danvillo will attend the rink hero Friday night CLOTHES cleaned dyed and repairer at Cook Farmers barber shop JUt MITCHELL colored was fined yesterday In Judge Tribbles court fox breach of the peace I HANDLE the Genuine Virginia saddle Have them in stock now J C McClary Stanford Fort Insurance on your tobacco barns phone Jesse D Wcaren Tho Insur anco Man Stanford Ky WANTED manwith clippers to clip my sheep J L Holtzclaw It F D No 1 Box 83 Stanford- MONEY3000 to loan on first mort gage on real estate with clear title Address box 12G Lexington Ky LOST a book containing tho minutes and records of tho Hustonville Cemetery Co Return to this office and get reward LEXINGTON RACES The L N will sell roundtrip tickets to the Lexington running races April 22 to May 2 Indus dye at 230 GRASS is growing ulit before it gets too high sprinkle it before it gets too dry Lawn mowers and hoso at Geo D Hoppers- SrnAKINoJudgoJ S Owaley will address tho voters at Waynesburg at 2 r Saturday next 25th and at 780 that night at Klngtvillo in behalf of his candidacy for county judge FOR SALE About 8000 or 9000 feet of lumber boxing and 2x4 2x6 and 2x8 1214 10 and 20 feet well seasoned Also about 10000 split hickory and oak tobacco sticks Mrs A M Feland Gov WlLLSON and Judge Owsloy have each offered a reward of 100 for the arrest and conviction of the man or men who wrote the letter or letters to Mr SJ Embry and Mr John Rankin Total reward 200 r HERMAN FaITHS store at Brodhead mrnedat an early hour Saturday morn log The building was owned by Mr T S Frith and the loss is a heavy one There was 2000 Insurance Drs Carter and Stone were sleeping in the building and were rescued just before it fell In BuROE Mr Alphur Burgo died at his homes near Cedar Creek Sunday sight about 9 oclock after an illness of only a few hours Ho complained of a very severe pain in his head 1r Burge was a soninlaw of Mr IV Holmes and was an excellent young man wo are told Ho leaves a wife and one child who have the sympathy of all in their sad bereavement PRIMARY JUNTheDemocratic County Committee at Us meeting Sat irday called a primary for Saturday June to nominate a candidate for ounty judge and magistrate In the Stanford district There aro two can Iidates for judge Judgo J S Owsley tbo present incumbent and Judge lames P Bailey who has served in that rapacity but only one for magistrate Mr James McKcchnie who announces this issue TUB remains of K Lawson did not arrive Friday night as was expected but came at noon Saturday They rere taken immediately to Lancaster and laid to rest after short services at the grave by Eld F M Tinder Mr ieorgo D Lawson a brother of the 8e eased accompanied tho remains By the way we mado a mistake in Mr awsons name in our Fridays issue peaking of him as E M when it hould have been E K as above Ho- was named for Mr Eb D Kennedy of this place DON GRIGSDY who has been an in nate of tho Reform School having been sent from Danvillo was arrested by Chief of Police Carter and Deputy IhcrifT Leo Hill yesterday charged with attempting to break into Cum tins Wearens store Ho tried to fleet an entrance from the back of the room Sunday night by prizing the Iron screen from the window but did not succeed Chief Carter Is to be con ratulatcd on his clever detective work In running the wouldbe thief down Ho uspected Grigsby after a few minutes talk with him and taking him to tho pot where tho attempted robbery was node had the Negro place his feet In he mud tracks They fit exactly and iribsby confessed I1SUNDAY was a beautiful Easter and the Merry Widow hats were very marlin evidence BUFF eggs and for 116 Mrs W J Holtzclaw Gilbert Ky LADIES if you want elegant looking perfect fitting Oxfords buy a pair pC us Severance Son JOE REID Informs us that the colored people of Somerset will hold a great fair on July 2 3 and 4 DONT forget the rink will be open Friday night Only few more rinks and the doors will close for the season TUB Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church will meet with Mrs L R Hughes at 2 oclock Friday afternoon BEING somewhat overstocked on pat tern hats I propose to make a liberal cut on same Call and see Frances VanDeveer St THOSE owing the Stanford Drug Co will please settle The business must be closed up in a few weeks This meansyou if you owe the firm ON account of tho bad day Saturday the horse show at Hustonville was postponed until next Saturday when all the good horses will be present BENEDICT Mrs Ilen Benedict aged 89 died at her home in the Millcdgeviile section Friday and was buried in the Benedict burying ground Sunday MRS C M YOUNG the Highland milliner will have her opening today tomorrow and Thursday and the ladies are invited to calUand see her upto date goods MY greenhouse is complete at my home on Logan Ave Will be ready to furnish cut flowers and bedding plants by May 1st Will appreciate a call from you Miss Lena Hampton TUB and elocution classes of Mrs Durdette A Williams of the Hus tonville Graded School will give a red tal there on Friday evening next 24th to which a small admission fee will be charged M AT a meeting of the stockholders of tho Stanford Laundry Co Saturday af ternoon it was decided that the ma chinery etc be sold It will be offer ed privately but if not sold that way it will be put up at auction on May 1C FOR MAGISTRATE McJames Mc Kechnle one of Lincoln countys best men and democrats announces this sue for magistrate in the Stanford district He is now holding tho office having keen appointed a few months ago to succeed Squire James Dudderar Squire McKechnieJs Snaking a splendid officer He will be voted for at the primary of June MCCARTY Folt SHERIFF Mr W L McCarty who como out late but made a most creditable race for the demo cratic nomination for sheriff several years ago announces this issue for the office subject of course to the action of the democratic party Mr McCarty is a fine business man popular with all classes and is well fitted for tho office he seeks He has never held office and thinks that his devotion to party and good work for democracy entitles him to some recognition He is capable ac tive and game enough to go after the law breakers and would make a capital officer Mr McCarty moved to Stan ford from Kingsville some four years ago and has made many friends during his sojourn here who would like to see him sheriff of this county A BUGGY BUILT TO WEAR Ahl brandj8th smashing We will smash the wheels of a brand new Builtto Wear Buggy to prove their quality Saturday April 25th at 230 P M The smashing will take place at my place of business and will be conducted by Mr J F Tunley representative of the Ahlbrand Carriage Co of Seymour Ind A committee will be selected from the crowd and will in turn select a buggy from a full carload of this line of buggies of which wo have the exclusive agency In this territory Rain or shine this demonstration will take place We invite the attention of all who are interested in knowing the merits of good and honest work which we are leaders in selling Dont for get the hour and date April 25th at 230P H E T Pence Carriages and Implements South East Corner Main and IIDepot Streets II Spring and Summer Goods in all Prices Colors Grades and Quantities are now on dis play Take n look anti make a purchase of some of our Lawns Dimities Silk Tissues Spider Silks Persian Lawns Organdies Oxfords and Soisettes New Belts Collars and Veils No need to be out of style when we are able to clothe t you so well and at rook bottom prices You are always welcome at j W Ii Ct TRIBBLE HUGHES I Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY r 111 Our Buggy Repository Is full a better stock than ever to se lect from The handsomest rig on our first floor ever in Stanford Give us a call and you wont regret it W H HIGGINSI I I liii A Smile That Wont Come Off All 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 includes Slippers No attention paid to cost in this sale See our reduction in LAWNS We call your attention to our lino of Ladies Shirt Vnista and Skirts Ladies Furnishings of every kind See our 5 and lOc line They are wonders Istock of Clothing on tho market at cost In Millinery our styles and prices will certainly please youI with us willgo as far as 85 elsewhere Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter J the Lincoln County national Bank I Of Stanford Kentucky Capital I Surplus 5OOOOOO33330OO Resources 34000000 CASHIERfS H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT JB PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER JOHN O REID BOOKKEEPER HC CARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEPRJOIREOrORSt J B Owaley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Gco W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford John F Cash Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster H Cummins Prcacheraville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek i The Interior Journal Snlered in the PottOffice at Stanford cu tteondcbut matter FDBUSBBO TDKSDAYB AND PIUDATI or 100 PER YEAR CASH 1When not so paid 1100 will be charged L N TIMETABLE lotNo Mouth 11i1 Pu FTNo Mouth MOO p X SI North f13 w No 22 North 21S p JOSS RICE Agent i Rhoda Island Red Eggs t Ilnnd Red Eggs 11J for II for 1 nm agent for Oypher4If and Brooder IIlbodo MrLnOOOK Htnnford W Sweeney FBOrBISTOn Livery Feed and Salo Static r Lanoaster Ky naD CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I For the arrest nnd conviction of any person trespassing upon my farm day or night or doing Injury to stock In traveling the pub lie highways or Injury to stock from the lands eo le This reward refers to pint present mid future I also offer a spec- lal rwnrtl of 3o or particulars see me J G carpenter Wanted To Buy Oak andBaech r Lumber 1 Will highest prices Have for sole Oak and Beech Flooring Write to Kentucky Hardwood Flooring Co Beech St near Woodland Ave Lou isville Ky AS PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Sign Writing Draper and HbusePalntlnx Taper Hunger r G MEDAIRY e Interior Frisco Decorator Graining Kte McKINNKY KY TOBACCO BARNS I Ian Insurance conipanle have cancelled their Policies In the Tobacco District nnd others have censed writing at n time when the fanner needs them the roost A Friend In need U a Friend Indeed The Home In lurance Company of If Y the largest and mot popular Fire Insurance tobaccodarnsnlwuysand Is now writing nnd all classes of Lana property They have not cancelled n iilngle Policy even In coun ties where the tobacco trouble hRS been the wont For Insurance on nil classei of farm property Address or Phone Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man 4Phone36 STANFORD KY JL Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm erstAlso Dealers in Fur niture Matting8Rug8 They willexchange Furniture for all Hindu of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J Ce McClary f Undertaker Embalmer and terDealerInlKarness Saddlery STANFORD KY f once IhoneIlCT Home Ihont l Jr yk atae PARKERS DEPARTMENT Wasted grass for 80 cattle W B Shanks Stanford I am standing a good Jersey bull at 2 Ed Hubbard Stanford FOR SALE13 shoats and two good milk cows W A Carson Stanford J E Bruce and son RobertT Bruce lost a fine brood mare and filly colt bV Joe Brown Friday The fine filly colt dropped by C V Gentrys Oral died a few days ago The mare Is by Imp Order and her Coal was by Santon Embry Bros and J C Reid sold a fine yearling thoroughbred to H P Headley of Lexington for 500 The colt is by Ornament FOR SALE25 fine extra nice Jcrsc cows Quality and ages good suitable for dairy use Also some registered Jersey heifers C T Bohon Son Lebanon ESTRAYED A black boar weighing about 115 pounds Left about April 10 Information leading to his recover thankfully received R C Nunnelley rurnersville Ky S J Bell sold to Lutes Co tour cows at 3c to W B Land a horse tor 100 and to D C Allen two milk cow at 25 Mr Bell has several good cow with young calves for sale Forty Italian laborers have taken up their residence in Owensboro in an ef fort to find work but have been shutout of employment on the sewer con traction because of an appeal fron the labor unions of that city We desire to say that Beazley Bros who have leased the Fair Ground stables in which they have some fins blooded stock are splendid and reliable citizens of Lincoln county whom we have known for many yearsSomer- set Republican- A fair crowd attended Danville court yesterday and business generally was hood There was considerable activity in the cattle trade The horse and mule market was quiet The stallion show waS hardly up to the average althougl a number of good ones were exhibited Since Hamilton and Elliott bough the Beazley farm of 780 acres at 90 3r Elliott agrees to take 27G acres at 110 Besides this Mr Hamilton ha sold about 190 acres to U F Hudson at 100 and about 180 acres to T B and lames Walker at 100 These three include the whole 652 acres on the ease side of the Lexington pike leaving 128 acres of the entire tract on the west sideLancaster Record Pain anywhere can be quIckly stopped by one of EJr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets Pain always means con fcstion unnatural blood pressure DrSboops Pink Pain Tablets simply coax congested blood away from pair centers These Tablets known by druggist us Dr Shoops Headache Tabletssimply equalize the blond emulation and then pain always departs In 20 minutes 20 Tablets 23o Write Dr Shoop Racine Wis for ree package Sold by Pennys Drug Store A well known gymantells the fol lowing joke on himself One day hc- was going downtown and was greeted by one of his parishioners who was a little the worse off for liquor The cler vman turned from him with a look of lisgust and sighed Drunk again So am I stuttered the inebriated larishioner rJudge The New Pure Food and Drug Law We are pleased to announce that oleya Honey and Tar for coughs olds and lung troubles is not affect ed by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recom mend It as a safo remedy for children and adults Pennys Drug Store Sorrowing Parent My son you are a rolling stone you will never gather moss Frolicsome Son Gather moss I dont care if I dont Im not a mattress factory Mr S L Bowen of Wayne W a writes I was a sufferer from idney disease so that at times could not got out of bed and when did I could not stand straight I took oleya Kidney Cure Ono dollar ottle and part of the seoond cured me entirely Foleys Kidney Cure works wonders where others are total failures Pennys Drug Store A Twenty Year Sentence I have just completed a twenty year health sentence imposed by ueklens Arnica Salve which cured me of bleeding piles just twenty years ago Writes O S Woolover of roRoysvllle N Y Bucklens Arnica ialvo heals the worst sores boils burns wounds and cuts in the short ost time 25o at Pennys Drug Store Covering the mirror when there Is death in the family originated in the superstition that goblins sprites elves or other uncanny creatures would crowd to the glass to look on By marrying Charles Henry Pinney of New Hartford Conn Miss Rose Smith made her mother both mother n law and sister in law to the bride groom r Jj This May Interest You No one is immune from Kldne trouble so just remember that Foley Kidney Cure will stop the Irregular ties and cure any case of kidney and bladder trouble that Is not beyond the reach of medicine Pennys Drug Store J R Clark of New Albany Ind has rounded out his 50th year with the Baltimore Ohio Southwester railroad Stonewall Jackson Jr This line black Saddle Htalllon was Ired bY the great saddle breeding slalllon Old Htonewnll This colts dent was n Denmnr mare lie ha colts 10 prove hli goodlirariingle Will Ala nt 3 to Insure until wennlng time I lid 0 Hun on all colts until paid for Harroutnan made to stand hy tile Impregnator Billy BreckinridgeT- his One black was sired by Mnjo John Harriss Imported lack Ho will make the season of lent nt my barn nt tl to Insured colt until weaning time Ill Rt of ivu7 Is now on my tans to show for good breeding He U n sure foal getter A TTr3ylortHOns Pleasant breed lug farm Htnnford F D No I Beau Naboth 45006 By NabotH 1O116 Dean Naboth lIam Norn llaughmnn ti Norval fieiS by Electioneer 2nd dent Ie la J by Metropolitan Uti by Hambleton Ian 3rd dnm Josephine Mnmbrln Mliirllght S9I2 by Inrlhl 4th dam Mar Withers by Oliver thoroughbred IIlb dim by Wagner eat dam by Imp Trnnby itb dent b Thornton Ileau Nobolh is n handsome bay itandln lJti hands of rent stylo arid action nnd 1m proved hU ability to Impart his Qualities 10 his colt Will stand nt the tarn ot Felix White miles south of Stanford near Somerset plk nt 115 to Insure n living colt Mare from n distance grazed nt tJJO Money dua when maro Ia traded or partei with or bred elsewhere The bent persona care taken though no responsibility for no cldcntt or escapes Htiinfont Ky ASHLAND BROOK lNo41TS11 Vol A T H bred by Kugene tuck rOeorgtitown 1y Ashland IfonlellA1Jlolll1 bay with left hind fat white stands li lined high 1KDKiKKK Mired li Hliunt Brook No a record SltH the sire of Margnr- ennthgnte2113 Ikttlv Urook Il7 dplktlbrnokY JStJOCUIrltroaktlt InhtW mil Ilunului Brook 1 Hllont Jlroo by UorltllllJh No O the situ of 8ocll lilt t t001 UrIgIitllRlitSirt j Dud Vnlpa IW sired 7 Alcyone No record 227 Ashland brooks lit dRill IIUIIII Wren by corll riiTt4 helre of John l4Oentry2tuy Holly To HrvSAW jVthland Wilkes etnd by ate olld din HtdaLiuyhyrruterdrllsl3rd dUIII- by J III tonroeKG NOTE Ashland lIrook U n handsome fl low wltlr lots of substance has u bold of going with lots of speed style and action Ilia first coiucanw lust spring ntv they were alllone could vzpvctthey all hear Ing good color with ot stir and lot of style and finish Aibrund llrook will make the present season ut to insure n living colt also stand the great nlule and jenuo lack Hilly Keene ut tar mare and C for to a living colt llllp- KcenewnssfredbyTomKeene lit dnm b the Imp IalvrnioSd dnm bY Hubble1 Irlnce the sire of Joe Blackburn and Hrlg nolln Hilly Keene minds full 10 hnndi black with white points mud us n breeder h unsurpassed us mule or Jennet pack bis colt always bringing tho highest prices Mart traded parted with or bred elsewhere for felts the Insurance and money twcajnes dtle at tilt tine of such transaction KING EAGLE iWo KM Vol 1AHIIi King Kagle It hnudi high dark buy with flowing mane nnd tall ga s all the gaits with plenty of spred style and action IKDHiiiKE Hired by Iloynl KlngttAS hi Time 741 he by Htonowall Jackson11On Kings lit dnm Mollle Mountz was the noted sire Cnbbelln Lazing Ion FH King Eagles lit dRill Hip the blKngle IIIrd101l1he by Kng taand dnlti hy he lIl1er Denmark 5JllIlllellllbOroUlhbredSOTrKI a breeder of line colored nnd high styled oltsull having plenty of Uu und action colts will snow for themselves Kins I nKlt nlll make the present season of I1O it our stable two ole miles West of Hlllnford1on the Hhclby Clt pike ut the ow 01 to Insure n living colt Will also stand the grvnt mule luck Jim veenu nt SO for mures nnd 11 for lenneti to Insuren living colt Jim Keeneslrfd by- ho great billy Keene let dnm by the nap pout W ll 2nddam by BtecherJlm Keeu a 15fi hands high black with white points rent mule Jack the sire of the colt and two rear old that won first In thilr classes last ear at the Kentucky State Fair H T HAIIKIH IIUHT WOODS Phono It lUng 3 Htnnford Ky THE WARFIELD Trial 221 Trottlnt Dark Hay Htnlllon V amis foaled August lull bred ut Vintage lorlll Kast Aurora N Y tlutdnlll Nllugll Oirl llux Amorlru 3WJU 4yearold re onlZsllJi sire of Hultleton fr rrnonl American lie II ar record rl2yund Mothers In tOO Iht u son fOllwllnlllll reo ordZiSSHslrtof Onwiird Hiker ylth3 and other In the i list Onward was sired iy George Wilkes IIP 2nd dam Duernm sired by 3Iamhrlnn King tn slreof 75 Including 11 of the Manor IOIi Lord Derby 20 Heir lit Inw 20 H I othwr in 210 Irtl dam Dotlet by Nutwood Otf the sire of In the list 4th dnm Topaz by Htruthtnoro ItS sire Ul III the list nth dent Mlllard Albion Cth data Ned by Forest Tit dam Lady Turnitr by tambrlno Chief This Varlleld was bred to only IS mureii lie has fouls all upbtmdud plenty of style Izo nnd substnncH nnd plenty of s teed The Vnrllleld lea representative stallion In nil term Implies say ho tins size ulMtnncf und speed only title emphnstie hu qualities combined eon of Dare Jevlt He hits them and they lire of such lymmetrlculchnrHctertis to mnku him u lulllon IIllIun ninny head and neck feet and legs are perfect and when eenlnconnuctlon with hi fault less unit and Kreftt lieuuty lire especially lmpru You hold ace this horse Iwfom brredliut You will say you never looked nt u better one Tho VnrlleM is tho stallion that has mill In the greet brood mare list Ho has two IIIbrl King crosses two Mnmhrlna utchen two Mambrlno Chief rata Chimes nn Onward ieorgu Wllkea I Electioneer I Nutwood Htruthmoru noon trotting iroskes than IIn stallion alive rite Wurlleltl s by Dare IHvllilsSsrocord byMnmbrlnoChllf II Dnm Mercedes by Chime by Ilectloneer 15- 5Daru Devil greet winner Ho won the Iminplpnithlpnl tln National Horse Hhow III ISmcIuss lint National horse Hhow In class It hone how IWV class 2 llrst National Hor Hiow I claw clmtiduntbdpNutlunnl Inure Ihow IM ynrktNuUiimillIorsi Hhow 110 CI1l813 nrat IOO Juts 10 llrnt Honton ilonu Hhow IWI cuts a reserve Hoston lions Hhow nl8 econd Boston liars iHhow lied class 3 see oruilloAIOIl HorneHhow lM cIt reserve o ton lone Hhow IWHcliuN third Hos ton HorM eHhowltstlebss7 IH sired The knit Ideal 214sire of Irlncea Helen r Drells tjghter2ltry jurali Ham IIn 2sD3VltlflukeI mile from McKinnuyvKyot15to Insure Living Colt Will nlso Ktnnd th good DLACK JAOK ioNCllKHullut tito Insure u Living t nit leliu good Individual 15i hands high whit uoiHl length lino boiio and lleet H MOWKNHAWiNMcKlnmyKy OLD IUQGIES MADE NEW I Old flagglea nuw Inlnted and re paired by MoTherson t Walker All ork gunrsntevd Hhop over Atdrldgoi blacksmith shop on West Main Street Htnnfot KySPRING HATS Full Line of Millinery at Old Stand Furniture Carpets Rugs Etc Etc In Oreat Abundance anti Vnrlety GB Pruitt Moreland CHESTER JEWEL My stallion Chester Jewel black III hands high will makn tho season of nl my itablu four titles West of Until Orrhnr nt mouth of UidarUreeknt 13 to Inure II living col- tIrnwugg11vClleterlnrelet dent RIII J wvl Thliumrcts the deaf of mnro that sold for pan 2nd distil b Holmes Drtmndn 3rd halt Anna Hufohl- btt nil dam tllloltoll Ills dalll iyiiii llon 81h dnut by Old lxmmnrk l1h dent by Oolyer Money ilue when roll U foaled or near or parted Marcs grnntl nt UIII pe r month all bills before rvmovnl of titans not reIKtlulhlfuruecldlltl or ui cape JOHN W IIOLMEH Ornb Orchard Kj Hvnsou of IW- iSAMPSON Tide young Jack will make this season nt my farm whom I live the MIL Hauglimn farm mile Houth of Htnnford on thtjHon onset pike at 110 to Inure mire colts and 11 to Insure horse rolls consider Hainpso ngrenl brtttllng lack Allot hU last yen colts were nxtru I showed two of them nl Htanford Lancaster and Dnnvlllu fairs aHI won both lit anti 2nd premiums tncolt ring of t to lu entries nt nil three faire also woi lit In the sweepstake ring nt Lancaster the only fair tbntKnwn swvupstnkw BIght his colu nnd four of his hiM calls IUO now oil my funs tonhow for themselves I will nppreolnte nny miin sent to him nm rllull uu will not KyPhone PRESTON 922 Vol II Preston ii one of the greatest flvKitll show horsrsthat KerluckyJm aver isp IlucltJ winning nllli halo at the horse snow nl loultr-Ht Louis nllli Kansas Clty Ile Is a brown hone with hiDe It points ll4 hinds high with Una styl nnd very high aclloo Hired by Wnshtiton ftl First dnm Hall by Hhodcrlok l Hveonddumby iMiiumrk It Is us lwu to commwiHl bin a the pee pie of this nod adjoining counties know Yi record u show horse nndnlsolor brcwllt o hle1ttrob 1IlIlIIlIIl1takrchnrdatltetoinsurealfets- colt Will keep niarv on gnis nt It 11 month but not rviponslliie tor oreldonl PI escape of stock Henson lIu If snare Is trod el or lasrtedwlth JC 1IA1LKY Grab orchard Ky GALTON 12910 Hensoil of HW Mire ofOntvlrt e 2l9i AI Burns IZ4- anti six olbrrs with trims front tM to fA- ho nre the only ones that weret verhand ed for speed Also the sire of olle dnm wilt one In t lie ISM list Hlnnl b lnmU ttn Wll ktl 1111 the III ofso in the 2JllsiIs In Wand iwttcr olnlmrd to bn the IIrOftltlt tire in the world lit dam linlsey Ktrh grand until of S with records of from 217 10 I KntlPld Xrj son ofoutsty Heeleyb American i21hasIIn2a his lIambllollllll1I iS1orfwltrrSail dllm uckyPrince JrsirofJqmnde 2274 n the xmi list rd dnm by Old JOlt sire of the dart of J Ilj iiutonrnrrlos the blood of four nmlllei lIalllblPtolllnll1Wllk Juainbrliu Ohlf anti Inltmts colts have Jollelllolll1 n nil defeat Id the Iwstln harness classes anti rondslv rlllg tby nre In great demand soling dgu ns lljCMJaflcrmnlurllyjtArllngifioii SlID to Onlton will stand at my amble t tulle west of Huslonvllle on HrndfonU rule pike ut IIS to insure n living volt Mon due If lucre is tn del utter being hred- lenty of grate at ttM per iiioiitliviivwl iressly for mares no otherslock nisei with hares hive grass lots and lnrR stables lot nnres to lad Clruln f11I1 Cott lIIon6 In residence II ustonville Kzehnnae W M DDl Ilustoullle- hyAntecarlo 226 12 dada over Versailles truck In winning race land by Anleo 2IGH that sold for 30UM ni mbllcsiile IstdnmMnry Ann by HAH tom 013 npn of Mnmbrlno Iutchen TIIWM crosses produced rite Abbot tlI3hamploit trotting gelding of the world lid taut by Independence son of Andrew Jiuk on Indeiwndencf dnm by Anurlcnn Htur rho American titer nnd Andrew Jackson flood is responsible for Urescous 2OIV the hnniplon stallion of the world on stc Anturnrlo s two top crosses err re lionslble for the hugest gelding two neat rosstsnre nnponslhltt for the tasted ttnl ton Then ont pie Is better brtd than Itherof titian for he hits the blood of lath nlecurlo Is n solid brown horse I5 i hand wrljhluglITOpound tins style anti Nloli Will sutnd tit lit to Insure there colta and to Insure honw colts BUCK VARNON Hlnck Jiuk with white points S year old yi hands high Pine breeder mid grout In Ivlduul A jnrk of lute hon rand notion VIII stand nt Ilu to InMirr it living colt lien retained on coils for season v lutes traded or bred lo other horses forfeits ftsuntnce und makes season money duo All will stiuul nl my furm on Ultenlietli ilkeSmlltM from Htnnford Mares gruwtl lit 12 inr month Our Inken to prevent er ideate hut nut rtspomdhlfl Mhould tied tro cllr DIHHON HMIT1I Hinnfonl Ky ALMONT DARE Heglsterwl In AM II 1t1 Mired by Dignity Dare 1181 A H II itlIII by Chester hero toe hu by Hliiok Hiiulrrel t he by Hluck 1a 71 he by Wll inmOT let dnmIuzuwnyRegln 0110 1111 U she by Alxlalluli Miimbrlno hi h Almost r0 rill dnm Lady Dnvl by lint JlIII Hourbon t ihlvf3rd dum Mettle Ii y torlllgllllglll be Forelgmr by Imixirt a ilenio tli Ihtm lUttls U by CiiiinliiK urns tlipper Hottonr 6th dum by Imjiorutl Almont DnreSo far as we ere ulilt 10 discover is the ant ma record hay ng lo his credit Ihff h jnor ot If feattiif with hb own progeny those of the grout fro Dig dtyDare doing so lost your every tine umlng In contact with them 1s nn pull Idiial tilts In n very attractive horse it anil IlIg bund with grent style A Ixnullltl my with miiiiiierii unpiinilullfd even by e Illy A remarkable show lior o in Iinrnet 1IlIllIndr saddle Hhow ai distinct saddle nils all very fast nnd pleasant with gwrd ofJ minute clip In barnen Oran oanuo onculveofn liner lire hone tracing t lilies to Imported IlIOr1I1I ldg dams shb nlollf traces to Imporlttl Mrartlger lines Imll lionledeIittmrtto Imp Huzznrd I titles Imp Ohmclt times Imp Ilfillsor tnKllnora Florlzel Miitchiii nil II llankfusl Traveler und othrs Thus is n aru opportunity lo breed loon of Ainerloni htat Ilk Will also stand two good mule Jacks nt fitch Will make the nojison of at m ilucu 24 mile from iiustovllomtIiutlou lllonna Liberty turnpike Grass furnlnlici In abundance ut 13 ptr month Not reipon rilllll for identsK 81 liONJI s DIGNITY DARE NO 1982 A S H R 30 to Insure Money due when innro is told tnnlwl or parted with Owned by D S Carpenter Hustonvillc Ky v I Itir taken nt1 nn a Prospect 2087 A S H oR At SIS to Insure C CftS JC C3q enter Lawn Mere 2 12 Mite Wof Htntonvlllt This comblnnl stallion will make the rr A sal nure tiibiok at hp son of 1ne nt fu Mire Hto k Vnrni in iinrmM nr under seddk OalIinlUS NV t of lliutonvllk K on llw IIlaltlnIIttlt Mire INdelty lionfunlvlllll and Iu4oovllk plk near roe Phr hero a he fay tllIk w alrrrI plItetr Itlollt 11610 Inurr a Ih8 tea lllaek Negi TI hs be Klry W I law ores trndtd or patine with us tired tonno r Ire IIH loam In Su IW IIforfellllIsuraIl4MOnNimfallhWuforetywills ClII at is eeutune slue prK4 for lth r tnrlti sweahighbeestioMhnpadnndnurKy KxtrviiM vlln nsek first la il ruijm1110 Hess wns re romlng out nt mnrtlv die pror plc ant walk sir luvtnnttlun of gating blm wondHrful lvl In Hr and the nl rluii hurw in lWlW hut e saddie A Iunltrul tfIr t liS Rot nakrthuSaddle As anhru11vWuatbernn lyat raper place very InfpaRant ha kishnaj r he panuiae to take tielure Innlunr hors Or is p one of ea frout tau Wltattunnerouhlear dIIIRlld OORHKCAKtBNTKIandsnddlogHltswttli tt IxHUllful trot Iu tIer lliono 1111110111110 Ky KxrkulM aLn e l a + a i 200 old Buggies to paint and repair Will make them look as good as new At very reasonable prices W J ROMANS Lancaster Kentucky r h nIf unv of the Diamond Eilo TMila you will Lisa no outer EoryItiling branded D K is wrtrnuitcd Gotxl Kturk to select fn i- nGBOftQH PARRIS J