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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rTHE INTERIOP JOURNAL j VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 24 1908 NO 15 II Bobbitts Conglomeration STANFORD KY April 19I am this far back from Loulsvillo on an Easter excursion I stopped on my way at n city where tho lofty Cedars of Lebanon grow and was sent for to bo regaled at tho stately old brick dwelling on a 9 t 000 farm where beautiful women are indigenous and was regaled with a ban quet that would have done honor to roy alty After staying there several hours during which timo I was entertained with everything edible and delicious i and was called all kinds of endearing names such as you aro tho sweetest thing that ever happened which to mo was a novel expression wo all re paired to tho depot to take the train for Louisville to enjoy Easter and to enjoy tho company of ono whoso lips are sweeter than tho honey of the Hyb la boo Wo arrived at Louisville In due time and I came near having another bull fight in which the bulletin of bat tie would have been written with pistol balls instead of fists Perhaps wo did not exchange a word nothing more than a cold frozen bow but I neverI quarrel but my mind was m But tho matter was quelled without n i quarrelsome word and we repaired to tho Hotel Broadway and restaurant and enjoyed ourselves for sometime until one of our party who has but ono sweetheart and will not even brook 111 1IIlnlo rival got into an altercation sweetheart about a matter that occurred at tho depot which resulted in tho gallant knight arising early this morning nnd writing a short goodbye note and enclosing the same with necessary funds to carry tho young lady r whom ho had escorted to tho city back I to her lovely home with a goodbye y with a thick tough crust on it left for Stanford and will go on to Crab Or- chlard tonight and it will remain to be in tho future If they arc now or ever will bo again In tho quarrel the irate lover said I would not take several million dollars for you and I would not marry you for 100000 billionIt Blackstone and all classic beauties have been abandoned but tho heroic lover is now at tho Campbell House and appears to bo clothed and in his right mind and is singing or thinking lam glad I am free from womans deceit and drinking and when a girl again foots mo exceed ing smart I think hell be II Some pumpkins now I am thinking This was an abrupt ending of a veritable wedding tour that was to extend in ono glorious circle round through Frankfort Lex ington and other larger cities for two t weeks duration Tho Gondola of lovo was gayly deck ed and launched upon Cupids boister ous sea but n disastrous wreck upon a rockbound coast and tho fragrant flow- ersi of hope Bro withered and blighted y 1and the lawyer bids farewell to his muse and resumes his former pursuits And Cupid yields his scepter and Sir Wm Blackstone mounts the throno where two months ago ho reigned supreme During tho quarrel I heard tho lawyer say Why do you weave in tho loom of falsehood such a long concatenation of fancy stones Knnwcst thou not that a lawyer of Harlan county court fame can divine 7 The dream la all over the flowers of hope all blighted and blasted by the frosts of sad disap pointment The lawyer only garnered a few Infertile barren insipid kisses whoso dewy freshness was gathered long ago by the more fortunate and earlier riser Yet tho lawyer is quite happy In his misery because it has end ed at last FONTAINE F BOBBITT A Glorious Success Leaving Wayncsburg at 130 r u April 19th after a precious service and a good dinner with Dr W D Powell our able secretary of the State hoard Louisville wo arrived at Olive church four miles to find tho house comfort ably filled with bright and cheerful faces anxiously awaiting our coming Al though he had preached twice and rais ed 103 for the church repairs at Way nesburg he seemed at his best I was informed on entering tho church that every cent was paid and after the ser mon tho church was set apart for the worship of tho true and living God and ell the people said amen The pastor asked all to be seated who were follow- ors of Jesus Christ and all nonprofes to remain standing There were lIars 200 present and only seven re standing a pretty clean neigh borhood Again thanking all who have helped us and Dr Powell for his soul stirring sermons we will don pur blue overalls nnd commence again on anoth er church building Just one year ago we finished and dedicated the church at Grove Besides two nlco houses we have had over 100 additions and u largo increase In gifts for missions To God be All the glory From Olivo wo went on to Pleasant Point church whore Pastor J A Singleton and his congre gation were Waiting us There were no collections in our rounds but a free will uttering from each church was accepted for missions and the B B B Praise the Lord I R U NOEL Pain anywhere can bo quickly stopped by one of Dr Snoops Plntc Pain Tablets Pain always moans con giwtlon unnatural blood pressure Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets simply coax congested blood away from pain centers Those Tabletsknown by druggist usDr Shoops Headache Tablets simply equalize tile blond circulation and then pain always do parts In 20 minutes 20 Tablets 25o Write Dr Shoop Raolno Wis for fret package Sold by Pennys Drug- Store Wen Hlnton shot andkilled Hoy Greer in a card game at Central City r Big Show Coming I Ten Nights in a Bar Room Co j Under a Big Water Proof Tent Fitted up in i Grand Opera House style Will Exhibit at Stanford Saturday April 25 This Company carries iJO people A car load of nil special scenery with calcium and colored firo effects Ono of tho best bamlsa superb orchestra of 10 pieces and n Megaphone quartette Tho only company traveling that makes a specialty of this Grand Old Temperance Pinyand lane no connection with anyother attractions Nothing cheap but the prices Aimiiqainn v adults 25e children 15c Come nnd bring the whole family Prof Holly Rossmyera Military Band will give two popular concerts at noon and 7 r M Dont fail to hear LITTLE MARGUERITE the child actress as MARY MORGAN She has no equal Remember the Date I NEWS NOTES Robert T Edgar School superintend ent of Leo county is dead Sir Henry Campbell Bannerman forj mer British Premier is dead In London Claude Dear of Ballard county committed suicide Ho first shot himself then cut his throat and not dying then hanged himself The farmers of Brown Adams and Clermont counties 0 have organized a law and order league to protect them selves from night riders Intense cold prevails throughout Italy snow having fallen in towns where tho climate usually Is very mild such as Milan and Perugia About 30000 miners employed in the Pittsburg district resumed work in ac cordance with the agreement reached last week at tho Toledo joint confer enceThe Canadian Pacific railroad has posted an opeq shop notice in all shops operated by the company from Fort William to Vancouver Four thousand mechanics are affected One hundred and fiftyfour men have been deprived of tho rights of citizen ship by the Chicago courts as a result of the war of the State and Federal governments upon anarchists- M J Stanleya Memphis saloon keeper was shot and killed by Detec tive Thomas Shea who was endeavoring to place Stanley under arrest on a charge of assault and battery Hordin Lovett under indictment on the charge of night riding was released from jail at Murray and placed un der the charge of tho hcrifT until he re covers from an attack of malaria- A court order has been granted un der which Harry K Thaw will bo al lowed to sign a formal application for a writ of habeas corpus A hearing as to his sanity probably will follow At Central City James D Wood for many years president of District 23 United Mine Workers of America was shot and instantly killed in a fight in which his brother John Wood and John H Megan a former policeman were also wounded The State Government will direct its energies toward breaking up the bands of night riders in Trfirg county Soldiers under command of Gen Roger Villiams will be sent to the county to back up the civil authorities In their effort to apprehend the leaders of the lawless bands Sheriff Smith still holds his office In Christian county having taken an appeal from the original order ousting him His attorneys contend that Judge Bakers decision in favor of J M Ren shaw was not made within 20 days af ter tho original injunction was obtain ed and therefore is inoperative The languid lifeless feeling that comes with Spring and early Summer can be quickly changed to a feeling ol buoyancy and energy by the judicious uso of Dr ShoopV Restorative The Restorative U a genuine tonic to tired rundown nerves and but a few doses Is needed to satisfy the user that Dr Shoops Restorative Is actually reaching that tired spot The indoor life of Winter nearly always loads to slug gish bowels and to sluggish circulation In general The customary lack of exorcise and outdoor air ties uptho liver stagnates tho kidneys and ofttimes weakens the Hearts action Use Dr Shoops Restorative a tow weeks and all will be changed A few lays test will tell you that you aro using the right remedy You will lastly and surely note the change from day Iq days Sold by Pennys Drug Store IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Jennie A Brown has been appointed postmaster at Talmage Mercer county Mary E Burton has been appointed postmaster at Delmer Pulaski county James Howard of tho Rush Branch neighborhood of Pulaski Is dead of cancer of the stomach J B Murray and Thomas Lee were placed in jail at Williamsburg on the hargo of killing Charley Inman at hurch on Meadow Creek last Saturday Tho Sun Publishing Company has purchased tho Pinovillo Echo plant at ineville and will begin tho publication of tho Sun May 8 Capt J E Purvis will have charge of tho paper V R Beck who was formerly onnected with the Llllard drug store of this city has taken a position In tho United States mail service running on the Southern between Danville and Lexington Ho still owns his tore at Versailles Advocate Plenty Of Trouble is caused by stagnation of the liver and bowels To get rid of It and toadacho and biliousness and the olson that brings jaundice take Dr kings Now Life Pills tho reliable purifiers that do tho work without rincling or griping 25o at Pennys Drug Store LANCASTER The farmers ore very backward with their plowing- The U D C made WCO at their recent exchange Monday Is county court day The I J man will be on hand- J H Kinnaird has sold his insurance agency to James A Bcazlcy and Joe Ilaselden W B Burton will ship a car load of high grade horses to Richmond Va next week The Central University base ball team was defeated by the Lancaster team 4 to 8 Wheat is unusually forward for thisI early In the season and is much advanc ed by tho many Spring rains Mrs Eliza Hoskins Farris who was the Florence Nightengale of Camp Dick Robinson passed her 88th birthday M P Frisbie and IW R Cook were In Danville Thursday Mrs Ingram of Marcellus Is tho guest of Mrs Belle Burnslde Eld F M Tinders Easter sermon on Death and the Resurrection was an unusually fine discourse and contained some golden truths that were very Impressive and beautiful Night riders are getting in their in famous work in this locality having sent n threatening letter to a prominent physician warning him not to raise any tobacco unless he desired to have a call from midnight visitors Tho literary club Tho Gleaners will meet today with Mrs Louis Landram leader Her theme is Easter Mrs Riker of Harrodsburg State president of the Womens Federation of Clubs will bo present and make an address Mrs Margaret Dunn has returned from a visit to Chattanooga and lien derson Mr and Mrs W B Mason MrsIBank celebrated his GOth birthday by a sumptuous dinner at his handsome su burban home Miss Ethyl daughter of Postmaster W T West of this city and Elder 0 W Darwold of Glasgow were married at tho residence of tho brides parents at 1030 Wednesday morning Elder H H Webb of Portsmouth 0 perform ing tho ceremony Tho bridal couple entered tho parlor to the strains of Mendelssohns wedding march render ed by Mrs Bello Burnslde and preceded by two maids of Ijonor Miss Bcttie West sister of the bride and Miss An nlo Herndon who were attired in white and carried largo arm bouquets of bridcmalds roses tied with ImmenseI bows of pink ribbon Mr John ra furnished the vocal selections giving Pecks All For You and 0 Perfect Lovo in a fine well trained soprano The contracting couple stood under the archway of the double parlors and the pianist played softly Hearts and Flow ers during tho impressive words of the officiating minister Tho bride wore a handsome goingaway gown of champagne and brown combination with hat and other accessories of a blending shade and carried a hugo arm bouquet of Easter lies The newly wedded couple left immediately after the cere mony for Danville accompanied by Miss Mabel Browning of Winchester- a schoolmate of the bride and Mr Fisher Herring of this city They will spend a short timo in Louisville and then leave for Glasgow where the groom is pastor of tho largo Christian church of that place and where ho and his handsome and wellchosen young helpmeet will be given a reception at the homo of Judgo and Mrs Young Some of the outoftown guests were Misses Npll Freeman and Alice Burgin if Burgin Rov H H Webb Portsmouth 0 Dr and Mrs OBannon Stanford Mr and Mrs James Cook Somerset J B Darwold Lexington Mrs Qualle Cincinnati Death Was On His Heels Jesse P Morris of Skippers Va md a close call In tho Spring of 1000 Jo says An attack of pneumonia left me so weak and with such a tear ful cough that my friends declared consumption had mo and death was on my heels Then I was persuaded to try Dr Kings New Discovery It helped me Immediately and after tak- Ing two and a half bottles I was a veil man again I found out that Sow Discovery Is the best remedy for soughs and lung disease In all the world It Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store flOo andr1 Trial bottlo free A mob in Pensacola riddled a streetcar with bullets and probably fatally rounded G Hoffman the conductor A tenographer who was approaching a car was fired on ofTo Induce Henry Pulaski county to establish a flouring mill in their town citizens of Mt Vernon propose to donate site and otherwise aid the enterprise Spring Clothes 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 e all the latest fabrics in brown tan grey stipes and plaids Come and See our clothes before you buy elsewhere and be convinced of the quality of our goods SAM ROBINSON STANFORP KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gcnts Furnishings Etc V VVAVVVVVVVVVVVVVJVVVVVVVVi I When in Somerset go to see I LEVENSON BROS r If you are in doubt about your Easter Clothes I It will tdke you but n short while to make n satisfactory decis I leis We invite you to take a peep at our Spring and Easter I display ami if you dont say it is the best then we are the worstifooled people in the town In Mens Boys and Childrens rSuits we defy our competitors because we have the best that I money can buy Our furnishing department is complete and I there are many excellent values in Footwear Neckwear Col ti lars Shirts anti Ties Let us show you jj LEVENSON BROS SomersetKy I Three Story Brick Opp Newtonian Hotel Phone 441 l I 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 iu shoes will bo ai to you This includes Slippers No attention paid to Lost in this sale See our reduction in LAWNS We call your attention to our lino of Ladies Shirt Waists and Skirts Ladies Furnishings of every kind See our 5 sad lOc line They are wonders Istock of Clothing on the market at cost In Millinery our styles and prices will certainly please you84with us willlgo as far as elsewhere Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter Perfect Heat Hot water heating is perfect with the exception of this Tim mosquitoa will bite you some during Winter If you can put up with that then let Aldridge heat your homo so that you can enjoy all your rooms Hot water heating is clean economical and regular Ntfsuddeu changes in temperature You will save enough in Coal Comfort and Health tj pay for the outfit in a few years S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Screen Doors Screen Windows and Screen Cloth at Geo D a Hoppers Stanford Ky The interior Journal B Co WALTON i JOHN J MOSER Is canatdate for Jailer of LIncoln county subject to the action of the Democratic p rty 1M BRUCE It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county Subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS countsubjectparty r D C ALLEN Ii a candidate forAecseorof Lincoln coun ty inbject to the action Democratic party DINK FARMER li a candidate for the Democratic numlnn lion for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party J W FOLEY li a candidate for Auditor of Lincoln coun ty subject to thelactlon of the democratic party W L MCARTY In n candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action ot the democratic party M S BAUGHMAN Ii a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Is a candidate for the nomination for JudRe of the Lincoln County Court subject to the action of the democratic party JAMES MKECHNIE It a candidate for magistrate In the Stan ford district subject to the democratic prl Diary of June 0 HARVEY HELM Is ncandidate for the democratic nomina- tIon for Congress In this the Eighth die trlct subject to the action of the democrat- Ic party IN this issue appears a card from Judge Bailey withdrawing from the contest for the nomination for countY judge The card is well expressed and reflects the estimable character Judge Bailey is known to possess both as a candid gentleman and an unswerving democrat He is unwilling athis June ture of party affairs to become a dis turbing element and for that reason only withdraws His purpose to become a candidate for the full term in 1909 will meet with the approbation of all right thinking people for it must be conceded that Lincoln county never had- a wiser better or a more conserva tive official than Judge J ts P Bailey Tim Kentucky State Journal has just rounded out its third year under the management of Mr W P Walton who for over 25 years edited this paper When Mr Walton took charge of the State Journal it was in the worst run down condition from every standpoint imaginable He at once enlarged the paper added new machinery made many other improvements and in a short while had the Journal on a paying basis Besides having a good thing fie nancially in his paper Mr Walton has the distinctionof owning the only true blue democratic daily in Kentucky May it live long and prosper SPEAKER CANNON introduced a resolution in the House for the appoint- mentI by himself of a select committee of six members of the House to inves tigate in all of its many phases the wood pulp and print paper question and to report on the necessity of legislation to relieve the conditions complained of bjfthe print paper users of the country The resolution was referred to the t Committee on Rules of which the speaker is chairman bureauIi4i conveys the information that of the 542 delegates selected Taft has 267 all the other candidates 207 and there are 68 votes uninstructed Of the un instructed delegates the claim is made kthatthe majority favor the big sec retary Really it looks like it is all f over but the shouting lArchitect POLITICAL Andrews expects to turnover the new Capitol to the commis- sionr within 60 days Returns for the first two quarters in dicate the deficiency in the Postoffice IDepartment for the current fiscal year 15000000 The McCall bill requiring publicity of campaign contributions was report severaljThe Senate Committee on has increased the House pension appro tprlatlon bill 12000000 to carry out the t provisions of the widows pension bill apejicon of Georgia said it would cost al million dollars to take the bat fleet through the Suez Canal 11t1eshlp Hampshire Republicans irr con at Concord voted down a reso indorsing Secretary Taft for electLed however are to favor Tafts I candidacyJohn Yerkes has written a letter urging the Republicans of Ken tucky to stand by Fairbanks It is said that Roosevelt wouldnt stand by i Yerkes and it is but human nature for him to try to get evenFrankfort Journal i To The County Committee of Lin coln County Recently I made to you and the public announcement of my candidacy for the democratic nomination for the oflice of Judge of the Lincoln County CourtI The election will be held next Novem ber and will be for the purpose of fill ing a vacancy in the term for which Judge Warren was elected in Novem ber 1905 After the death of Judge Warren tho governor appointed Hon J S Owsley to fill the vacancy for the periodof one year this being the remaining one year of Judge Warrens term to be filled by popular election Having heretofore held this office and by reason of this fact having had op portunity to become somewhat familiar with its duties I was the more readily disposed togive heed to tho suggestions of friends who requested me to an nounce myfcandidacy for this fragment of a term I did so but after some further reflection 1 gravely doubt whether under the existing and I may add exceptional circumstances I should have done so FirstI am forced to consider the fact that in 1905 in a contest between myself and Judge Warren for the democratic nomination for this office he was chosen the partys nominee By this result it was made known that I was not the partys choice for this of fice for that particular term of four years A fragment of this term is yet unexpired These facts and the infer ence to be made from them may not be entitled to weighty consideration but since I have invariably been loyal to my party organization and mean to be in the future I shall resglve the doubt in favor of what may seem to be the partys will as expressed in the contest referred to SecondThere is an additional reason why I should not prosecute a further candidacy which I think will commend itself tp all party associates Ken tucky has come to be a debatable ground in National contests Party die visions within the last year have been both grievous and disastrous We can not afford to lose the State in the com ing presidential race No democrat should be willing for the sake of his own personal preferment to run the risk of disturbing to the smallest de gree the harmony which must prevail in order to win the States electoral vote Since probably my candidacy might have this disturbing effect 1 now formally withdraw it In so doing I tender to the gentlemen who have given me assuranceof their support my cor dial thanks and take this opportunity to say further that I will be a candi date for the next ensuing four years term JAS P BAILEY HUSTONVILLE The ladies exchange of the Baptis- churchdid a good business Saturday despite the rain On account of continued rain the horse show Saturday was deferred until Saturday next W B Hawkins of Corbin and W D Wolf of Cincinnati were guests of Miss Katherine Hall and brother Fishermen the past week have had great sport catching from one to threepound bass in the creek near townThe Hustonville ball team played a Central University team on the latters grounds arid was was defeated by one scoreW D Hocker from Lawrenceburg June H Reid from Corbin and Carrol B Reid from the East were at home SundayThieves entered the barn of Mrs H R Richards Friday night and took a fine Wyandotte hen and the eggs she was sitting on A splendid musical program was rendered by Central University Glee Club and Miss Cochran at the opera house to a fair sized audience Friday night The last and best recital of the year will be given by the music and elocution class of the graded school at Al corns Opera House this evening 24th The program will consist of piano solos duets and trios vocal solos duets dances drills farces etc A full house is assured Dont miss it Tickets at Yowells The Masonic banquet was a grand success in every particular Four hun banquethallwere unable to attend H G Sandifer of Boylet Hon J N Saunders of Stan ana Mr Yeager of Boyle reo BDonded to the toasts in a manner so filled with the love and history of the order as to thoroughly imbue the large audience to outbursts of enthusiasm The order extends its thanks to the la dies for their efforts toward making the occasion a grand successcHealth Coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced This clever Coffee Substitute was recently produced by Dr Sboop of Ra cine Wis Not a grain of real Coffee In itclther Dr Shoops Health Coffee t Is made from pure toasted grains with malt nuts etc Really it would fool an expert who drink it for toffee No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Made in a minute Says s the doctor Sold by Pennys Drug Store A Bracken county citizen tore down his tobacco warehouse on of the second request from nightriders to de stroy the structure h I CHURCH MATTERS Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at the Christian church Sunday morning The Oak Grove Presbyterian church In Livingston county was burned by in cendiariesRev T Pendleton of Winches ter has been nominated for pastor of the Vinestreet Christian church at NashvilleA school will be organized at Mt Xenia Sunday afternoon beginning at 3 oclock Eld Joseph Ballou will address the school after its organza tionRev R E C Lawson of Spring field who is conducting a protracted meeting at the Presbyterian church is a splendid preacher and large crowds are hearing his every sermon Ho is an able expounder of gospel truths and is an orator of a high degree The congregation of the Christian church at Shelbyvillo has extended a call to Rev Thad S Tinsley now pastor of Clifton Christian church near Louisville He has been asked to succeed the Rev H D C Maclachlan who accepted a call to a Richmond Va church Services at the Methodist church Sunday Sunday school 930 A M Song service 1015 A M Preaching 11 A M No service at night on ac count of protracted meeting at the Presbyterian church T W Barker will preach at Rowland at 330 r M Sunday at the old union church He Got What HoNeeded lINine years ago it looked as if my time hud como says Mr C Farth tag of Mill Creek Ind TerII I was so run down that life hung on u very slender thread It was then my drug gist recommended Electric Bitters I bought a bottle and I got what I need edstrength I had one foot In tho grave but Electric Bitters put it back on the turf again and Ive been well ever since Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 60c Williarn F Hannah as indicted by the Boyle grand jury on the charge of ConnelleytIndianapolis Hannah was released on a bond signed by members of the Con nelley family How to Avoid Appendicitis- Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup docs not nauseate or gripe and Is mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store The generalstore of A burnetd at Lily a mining town eight miles south of London Several smaller struc tures were destroyed before the fir could be checked The loss will amount to 10000 The 28 defendants in the suit for dam ages brought by Robert and Mary Hoi lowell for night riding proved in in the Federal court at Paducah Notice For Rent I Storehouse and reshlenct combined on Northwest corner Depot street one of the best stands III town cull on or address THOMAM 0 HALL Stanford Ky Small Farm For Sale I Situated on Somerset pike four miles from Stanford Contnln acres Good residence and abundant outhouses In good repair For further particulars call ixt this o111ce MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No K 4 A Mwill meet In stated communication bn each first and third Monday nights of each month at oclock In their hall on Main street Stan ford Ky Members of slater lodges ore fra L10nnyv SPRING HATS Full Line of Millinery at Old Stand Furniture Carpets Rugs Etc Etc In Great Abunda nee and Variety G B Pruitt Moreland Sale of Blue Grass Land and Per sonalty As executor of ItOuddernr I will on THURSDAY MAY II beginning at 9 oclock A x at his late red shut onehalf tulle from Goshen In Lincoln county Ky offer for sole at public outcry his home place being a fine llluedrassfarmof about 32i acres In thigh wotor1framenary outbuilding and well fen also about acres of good ItlueQrass land un improved about mile East of Goshen propertvsle n lot of cows and calves hogs sows and plIU about about del busbellof wheat ayenrlUngcattle all kinds of good farming Implement and mnchln allklmJsldes shoulders l surrey l buggy hnr neVlBddlo wagon shares of stock IIII 3fharesof Htnnford Ky and various other things pllrnowthe terms of sale are complied with saleDinnerA O nOntNHoNI DudderllrJ I GILIERT CREEK IARGAIN STORE Take no ono1 word for It but come nUll see my new Hprlng Suits Ao Piece Goods A few suits at cost left yet will l e very grateful for your patronage P J MttTJI Have your colts castrated by T F Gross Crab Orch arc Ky The well known castrator of horses and horse doctor Phone In residence McKINNEY MARBLE fi GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers in nnd manufacturers of Granite nnd Marble Monuments KlrstOlnsi Work at Uentonnbln Prices Oillce and Works McKlnney Ky whop cloed on Saturday Notice ToN Contractors to receive bids for n turn theCaseymiles Tboeontract III a or in sections of onehalf mllu or more Plans and Rpecinrnllotik for the construe lion of this pike cnn be obtained on application to the undersigned All bids roust bo sealed mid sent In not litter than May IS The supervisors reserve t hi right to reject any null nil bids Jn MrKev J W Acton U Walter supervisors argo tor examination or scientltleal i i nag eyes by up to date methods Pro scription glasses ground to order set U nny style frame or mountings work and material guarantee satisfactory charges moderate located In Central Telephone Ilulldlng liustonvllle Ky L C 1UWKIU Graduated Optometry Dorsey Golddust 12052 Entrlle5JFull brother U Sired by KUcadl lolddusl 44t1 Dam Florence by Golden MingotUldeftraeingbeckto Justin Morgan on IKth Slds making him an In tensely Inbrol Morgan stalltou lie Is a dork btll hands stud neighs ISO Asa breeder he has fllw IIInla venandunl form breeder of highclass show and road horses combining nil thecjualltles for liar nensnnd saddle und In demand at top prices of his get Juwlllgld for IIOrnnd II 8 und 1tfrold only fanu enn own raising have sold lathe past year for an Average of tatDorsey iolddust will make the present season at my funs near Stanford at O to Insure a living colt Also a large and nile yofng Jack a grandson of Tom teen and Joe luuckburu at to Insure a living colt Mares It at lin- ortinr Good attention but no roonol blllty for accidents or escapes F IIBID Danville Ky DON VARRICK This mngnlncuntly bred young stallion wilt make the senionof lttS sit my plate In Stanford Ky belter known as tile Dr lint Icy place III I to Insure n living colt tan nlfInIIIlIfCISiJUIyour turves Iron Varrlck Is the great Onward Hllvr tnv that sold for tlat0 by lnwAnl ono ul tiro vrry lust sons of George Wilkes i toward war out of IIII and no mure frr produced 3 stab Illustri inwardeheat rare defeating such talent us Husle Jay 2aayl and Unnlit Shot The same year he won the Ilnnner Memorial end Massachusetts In broken huts loon Varrlcks 1st dam by Wilkes Hoy by George Wllkesnnd a full Ma ry bvltotgsureyFagetledan of Mid line ratchen she the dam of Itubber 210 Winchester IWi Hilly Wilton wand Miss Ittx1 This rich InherltancH of speed anti blood lines should appeal to the public who withes to breed Mate kept at lotper day All cure taken but will not be responslblf for accidents or escapes DR G G lttt Stanford Weak Women To weak and klllnr women there Is at least one way to help But with treatments must be combined Ono iilotwlme U conttltu Ilonabut both are Important both essential Night CUre is the Lcxal- Dr Bhoops lUstoraUr the Constitutional The former Dr Shoops Nlcht Cure Ua tnplral mucous rqembuanesoppaltoryremedy whllPrs- bOOp91dstondyis wholly an Internal treat meat The nettoratlra reaches throughout the entire system seeking the repair of nil nerve aU tUsu ana aU blood ailments The Nht hire as its name Imp11eL does its work while you sleep It soothes sore and Innam ed mucous surfrccs heels local weakness and discharges while the Ilcstoratlre eases nervous excitement fires renewed vtror and ambition builds up wasted UIlI b aboutHtlN ShoopIteatantlyeTnMaUorLiquidaa to the system yorpoeIUyeloaslbelpusuusU Dr iShoops Night CurePENNYS DRUG STORE Morgan Denmark This fine stallion will make the present season ut the low prlio of eight dollars to In sure a living colt lie tins moro Denmark blood than any living stallion as will bo shown by his pedigree Morgan Denmark was sired by the noted stallion On Time ImportedliedgelordLady Morgan was one of the beat eaddlo byStonewallJ K BAUGHMAN llluek Jack with white points hands high largo head and ears heavy bone was sired by excellent mule und JennetJackahtiaproven sure foal gutter As n breeder he hoe been true and provpn second to none Inthlslocal Ity He will stand at the low prlco of to Insure a living colt Jennets same terms us mares JOHNe The noted Ham Cochran jack has been tried In this locality nod given satisfaction Hu Is In splendid condition to make the present season and will stand at the low of IT to Insure n living colt You run no risk In patronizing such a Jack BULL- Will stand n flue Polled Angus bull at one dollar at the gale lie has proven 114 excellent breeder Tho above mentioned stock will stand at my burn one mile North of Preachcrsvllle pikeMares alltimesresponsible should any occurItHtonford It K D No Bastln Phpne 78 K r1 I I No 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 HAT iyour costume is incomplete One of our nice light soft PANrAMAS at 5 6 75O or a STRAW YACHT the dressiest of all Straw Hats at 100 200 and 300 Each I or the new soft hat for young men THE MASCOT in the new shades These are J the real things Of course we always carry the staple styles and the old reliable STET I SON at- M II 350 450 and 500 iI We are the HAT people if you do not now believe it come and see H J AtcROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY I FISHING TACKLE Reels 60 cents to 750 Reel Poles 75 cents to 225 Minnow Seines 10Q to 135ICane Poles 5 cents to 10 cents We have everything for the fisher men See our window PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky FOR SALE r r No 310A 50bnrrcl Flouring Holler Mill in an old established locutionton two railroads ami in finest wheat belt in State Fine custom trade Do ing fine business Price 85500ANo 317 Steam Brick manufacturing plant of 40000 capacity and 12 acres land fine equipments and some Pico property in Somerset to exchange for fine blue grass farm in good location It will pay you to investigate this proposition No 313118acre farm one milo of Kubank Pulaski county joins rail road fourroom frame cottage anti outbuildings good orchard flue water land laye well and produces to 10 barrels of corn per acre Price 81200 No 314187 acres four miles west of Moreland Now 3room cottage and outbuildings tobacco barn 32x48 feet 50 acres timber poplar ashastud oal Produces 10 barrels corn per acre and in tobacco Price 23 per acre Half cash balance in 11 2 nnd 3 yearstNo 31556 acres 11 in timber 3 miles west of Moreland one house 3 rooms one 2room tobacco barn 80x00 feet Land produces 1000 pounds tobacco per acre Price 1500 IP YOU WANT TO SELL BUY OL TRADE ANYTHING WRITE TO US Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky I Y L ook 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 14oft the price This is extra ordinary because of the time and the finest goods in our house These are from the best makers of highclass Suits in America The Silk Suits are exquisitely beautiful in the new shades of BlueBrown buyingthesetry The only reason for this is the season has been against us Come and see them SEVERANCE SON STANFORD South East Depot r fein nd BrANrono KY Aiitu 24 1Fln tUED Cednr Flnkca nro made from the Ronulno red cedar und nro a sure against moths Hie package Pennys drug store n PERSON ALSIMiss ANNA D MCKOOBRTS has grip MR W L HBRRIN continues to 1m prove MR S J I5BLL Is in Casey buying cattleJ LYNN spent several days Danville GEOHOE JONES of London was with U S Traylor Eo WILKINSON and family went t Casey yesterday MR P A DAVIS went to Llvlnjjston yesterday to fish MRS M C SAUFLnY returned from 1tlterdayh in Loulsvllo buy ine goods MIss ELLA MAY NEWLAND open severnl days in Danville REV D M WALKER is thought to J be getting over typhoid fever f MRS MINNIE CAMDEN of Eubanks I fla with Mrs Garland Singleton JT AND S J EURRY JR spent Ii several days at the Lexington races yMlla DETfIC A MELVIN of Danville is with Prof and Mrs J W Ireland MR JAMES R COOK of Somerset pasted through to Lancaster Tuesday t MRS J W ALCORN and Misses Kato and PaUlo Alcorn wontto Louisville Lows LANDRAM of Lancaster SouthIMiss SARAH CURTIS of Hustonvillc spent Tuesday with her relative Mm A C Alford Misf MARY WALKER of Garrard is with her aunt MrsJ C Hajs who It somewhat better Miss UTA BELLE CASH Is spending a few days with her sister Mrs J W Hagin in Covington MR JOHN S UAUGIIMAN had the misfortune to step on a nail and was laid up a few days from i1 Miss MARY MCROMERTS went to Louisville Tuesday to hear the great prima donna Mme Sembrich s MRS S J ESJURY JR and son Robert went to Milleraburg this morn to visit her sister Mrs S M Allen Miss FRANCES ADAMS of Stanford has been the guest of her sister Mrs Rodman Kccnon Frank fort Journal I MR AND Mns W L MCCARTY toolf Itbelr littler son Mike tat Lexlnltton Tuesday to plao him under the care a a throat specialist They will be gone a week or more CAREL OWENS was up from Stearn Saturday on business lie has secured a good position with the Q C hero and will move his family back to th city soon Somerset Journal Miss LETITIA WARREN has returned from Louisville where she has been in a sanitarium for the past three months Her many friends will be pleased to see her once more Advo sate LOCALS RINK tonight NEW White Waists lust in Paragon 4 make Severance Son j Freezers water coolers fPEERLESS picks Farris POULTRY fence two inch and one inch mesh Goo D Hopper FOUND a black fur collar Call at Lincoln County National Bank FRYING chickens and Brown Leghorn eggs for sale S H Aldrldge FOUR hundred locust posts Extra good for sale J H Baughman Co BEAR in mind the horse show at Hus tonville tomorrow Saturday afternoon MEET the I J main at Lancaster court Monday lie wants to seq you FOR SALE Extra fine single comb white Leghorn eggs W B McRob erts Stanford AN attempt was md break into Garland Singletons fctjre a tow nights ago but the scamps failed of their pur pose- Tins Bachelor Maids are requested to meet with Mrs Susan Yeager at 230 Saturday afternoon for their Invitations which will be there for distri button- S TUB rink will be open tonight FOUND a smaji amount of money Call at this office GARDEN hoes hose rakes mattock and plows Farris CLOTHES cleaned dyed and repaired at Cook Farmers barber shop TUB ladles okin 1850 at their exchange and flower sale Satur day robnbed of about fSO worth of meat Tuesday night JooklngIf us Severance Son PURE S C Brown Leghorn eggs for sale Write or phone Mrs Robert L Berry Hustonville Ky FOUND in Waltons Opera House browntBEING somewhat overstocked on pat tern hats I propose to make a liberal cut on same Call and see Frances VanDeveer 3U MR ALEX MARTIN thisplace won second money In the old fiddlers con test at Somerset the other night Geo Adkins won first prize THOSE owing the Stanford Drug Co will please settle The business must bu closed up in n few weeks This moans you if you owe the firm THERE will be a special meeting of Lincoln Lodge No F A M on Monday evening next 27th Work in E A degree T W Pennington secy LITTLE Miss lien Russtll celebrated her ninth birthday Wednesday after noon from 4 to C oclock Nine little girls wore present who expressed themselves as having had a most enjoy able time MR CtAUDR SINGLETON of McKin ney who was operated on for appendi citis by Dr W B OBannon and T II Singleton Tuesday is doing nicely Thy operation seems to have been a most successful one PROP J C CREEK aselected prin cipal of the Graded School at Tipton ville Tenn This II quite a compli ment to the fine young man who is young both in years and as a pedagogue The place pays about 1000 Barfa tent on the Cicero Reynolds lot on Lan caster street tomorrow Saturday night The company has been hero a week making preparations to start out for the season eDts W B OBANNON of this place T H Singleton of McKInney operatIon a son operaIwas a very one little fellow was doing nicely at last accounts AT one of the Danville Sunday schools during the examination of the Bible class the lesson being Judas be trayal of the Master an apt reply was given to an Interrogation of the teach er as to who Judas was one of the class saying that he was a bolter Advocate The youngster must have had one E W Lillard In mind Tile Waynesburg Deposit Bank is moving along nicely and the deposits arc gradually increasing Cashier Stanley MclntoBh is making a splendid officer and he is very popular with the patrons of the institution By the way only 60 per cent of the capital stock has been paid in but a call will be made for the balance in time to have it in by Aug TBE Stanford rug partly changed hands again Wednesday Mr J Randolph Harris buying out the interest of Mr J A Walden Tho business will now be known as the New Stanford Drug Co and Messrs Harris and W K Shugara propose to make it an uptodate drug store in every par ticular Besides adding new lines and replenishing the present stock they will have the storeroom workedon plate glass windows will be put in and many other improvements will be made These gentleman are originally from Lancaster but each married Lincoln county girls and have decided to settle down in the beet town on the map THE rink will probably close for the season tonight SEE tho D E Mower before you buy George H Farris I IIANDLC tho Genuine Virginia saddle Have them in stock now Jy C McClary Stanfor- dMONEY3000 loan firstrnrt sago on real estate with clear Itle Address box 120 Lexington Ky LOST a containing inute and records of the Hustonville I Ceme tery Co Return to this office and ge reward I IGRASS is growing ulitb fore it gets too high sprinkle it before it tou dry Lawn mowers andoso a Geo D Hoppers FOR SALEAbout 8000 or 9000 feet of lumber boxing and 2x4 2x6 and 2x8 121416 and 20 feet well seasoned Also about 10000 split hickory anr oak tobacco sticks Mrs A M Felandv m1homeby May 1st Will appreciate a call from you Miss Lena Hampton A RDILT TO WEAR Ahl brand 8th smashing We will smash tho wheels of a brand new Built to Wear Buggy to prove their quality Saturday April 25th at 230 rt The smashing will take place at my place of business and will be conducted by Mr J F TiJnley 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 thisI line of buggies of which we 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 ano leaders in selling Dont for get the hour and date April 25th at 230 r M E T Pence Carriages and Implements HONOR ROLL 8th month Stanford Graded School Grade 1 Marguerite Burton Eloise Beazlcv Tflden Cooper Clara Cash Bailey Dawes Sabra Estes Rachel Hill Walker MdKinney Hubble John Reid McKinney Virgil Moore William Reinhart Grade 2 Catherine Harris Frances Embry Florence Dawes Minnie Har din Annie R Powell Sylvia Farmer Hugh R Foster Lee Mershon Edgar Brady Clarence Singleton Claiborne Walton Hobcrt ArnoltlIGrado 3 Matsy Grimes Mary Jarvis Martha S Raney Nellie W Hill Grace Hurst Emily Murphy Jean Paxton Lcttie W McKInney Ethel Powell Klein Brady Henry Cash John Cash Joe Warner Clarence Cooper Joe TIEmbry Clinton Coleman Huston Gen try Hartwcll Shanks Grade 4 Maud Arnold Mary Anderson Bessie Brackett Frances Qrackett William Carson Ella Eichenberger Sam Embry Harry Farmer Tillie Goldstein Grover Hester Ruth Hardin ElizabethHunn Elizabeth Holtzclaw Maurice Jarvis Bessie Moore Isabel Reynolds Archie Traylor Raymond Traylor James Tribble Grade 5 Ethel Brackett Mary SICook Annie Gray Mary Greer Anna D McRoberts Mary M Raney VernerI Rout Mamie Singleton Docia Bessie Wilkerson Willie Wilkinson Ger trude Wilkinson Ewalt Givens Boyce Hunn Coleman Lutes Blaine Newland James Owaley John T McAlister HoI bart White Grade Gaynell Burton Nancy Yea ger Grace Young Mamie Mobley MII rion Grimes Effie Baughman Wm Grimes Wesley Embry Josephine Car penter Grade 7 Anna Chancellor Mary Gray Catherine Gentry Kate Kennedy Mary E McKinney Lillian Mueller c Lucy Leo Walton Ella Warren James Cooper Harris Hardin Joseph Hill Oakley Holtzclaw Grade 8 Grace Brady Morrison Bright Lorrain Campbell Will McCar ty Katie Cass Harris Coleman Anne b Lewis Gentry Virginia Mahony Willie Moore Emma Napier Maud Stone John M Waters Maranda White Freshman ClassTeddy Brackett Joseph Hopper Elizabeth Higgins Sophomore GlassThomas Bright Grady Tucker Junior Class Berta Jean Penny Senior Class John Downer- J W IRELAND Supt justInCOMP ETE line of Decring machinery mowirfaTbinders rakes L L Beaz ICGO MATRIMONIAL The price of vegetables will in all probability go up J W Brackett the clever gardener and Mlu Emma Camden both of this place were mar wassa affair only immediate friends presenttCourt in session at Tompkinsviilo on Saturday James Trobaugh aged 73 years was granted TrobattghtWUlette Wooda widow not yet 20 years old It is Mr Trobaughs sixth marriage three of his wives died and two others having been divonP ed Weak women pet prompl and last XlgbtIformation how to proceed are Interest i gly told of In my book No 4 For confidentialfree Simply write Dr Shoop Ra cine Wis for my book Xo 4 Sold by Pennys Drug Store r JudgePryorintions for the acquittal of Dr Sarah allegedtooperation The pension appropriation bill reported to the Senate Wednesday carries 163054000 an increase of 12 131000 over the amount appropriated by the House The citizens of Cadiz have sent a telegram to Gov Willson protesting against the sending of troops to that city I INSURANCEFire Lightning WindStorm Life and leoldent None but the STHONGEBT and- tCHTOompnnieItepresented Lowest You Ibl Rates Guaranteed Lose Paying lteo Onequalled Talk with WAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence 1honeN- o5PEYTON My line mule Ink will make the n ii onntMorehtndKpntStolneureadvI- ngcolt Hels a smru font getter nod I con sider him nn extra good inule lilt mulct round up when matured right at 10 bands high Alton flab black jack TURNERwith white points 15 hands I inch will be permitted to nerve mares ut I tu Insure u See his colts on my ism they are extra good I huve two young Jacks Sunrise and Midday that will serve u tow inures gratis My Wllltes bor- icIndependence Chief wIlt servo n limited number of mares nt Kto Insure n living colt IndeiHindenro Chiefs produclngU It Kl a Morehind Ky Little Ills of Children Mothers and all others who have chil theirfamiliessimple and reliable remedies that correct peoplechargeofconstipationandeta get In the habit of not working normally and soon chronic constipation allthroughcontinually and as a consequence indigestion sets in soon followed by worms or Itomacb pain I or diarrhea or any one et a rightItselfpresentandofsometblrand nothing better for the purpose Is known than BnyaSOcentormpeabul ahilddlleasesMrs the CaldwellaSrrup ofherserial remedy Try It In your own family and Everyottleand the purity of ingredients Is also vouched for FREE TEST weelisSsishIngPto try twfore Dr did buy bysddnsanremedy do as wt cWmlCIIcI only open to those who hive never taken for It If you have any symptoms ot stomach liver or bowel disease GenUeit THEPUBLIOII DR CALDWEWS SYRUP PEPSIN This bean purity 11PEPSIN118 aI dwH Bldg Meatballs HI I s Spring and Summer Goods iu ml Prices Colors Grades and Quantities are now on dis play Take n look and make a purchase of some of our Liwng Dimities Silk Tissues Spider Silks Persian Lawns Organdies Oxfords and Soisettes New Belts Collars and Veils No need to be out of style when wen c able to clothe 7011 so well and nt rock bottom prices You are always wel come at W t u I TRIBBLE HUGHES I Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House I STANFORD KENTUCKY rRepositoryt 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 law i H HIGGINSI I aC I rLincoln Squirrel HeUlmyilyenrsoldblnck polntslt hands high and lull mane and toll good bone splendid muck and tints lIeckwel set In high mounted shoulders u combined bred horse hut I use him only In harness and n more perfect harness boric I have never seen can step very fast with extreme high action nil around and I think him to bo one of th best stallions In the State to breed et ROod highclass walktrot and business hOrll Shut will bring you lapriceslie yearling and two year ohl cotta that I Invlta breeders to seq hfllIrlonitti tto tiv lack LOfl tin by ling Ull liars 87 Marion Squirrels let dam by Green Mountain 2nd dent by Hughes Kdwln For est Lincoln Squirrels 1st dam Kate Messenger by Messenger full brother to Maude Messenger record 216- 2nd damn Murla Depauw by Mambrlno Star light a full brother to Lady lint Molllo Crow by helms Yorkshire lllack Squirrels grand sire Is the sire of more claaa saddle hones than another horse In the world such an High land Denmark Chester Dare iced Squirrel and sunny others Will make the season of llUI at my wilebarn In Htanforfl ut tSO to Inlure a Ihln colt Money duo when colt Is foaled or mare parted with Happy BrummeL lied sorrel 3 white feetstar and nlPifutl153 hands high years old and young saddle stallion that I ever owned Hired by Happy Beau he Beau Ilrum mel let data Fannie Almont by Almont Jr Ind dam by Silver Denmark 3rd dam by 10 4th dam by Brunt ho bfVnrrlck bo by Cnrbenu will be permitted to serve only n few snares and will then lie prepared to defeat nil champions Service 115 to Insure a living colt Red Light Hed sorrel horse 3 years old linnils high extra weight and bone Sired by fatuous roadster and sire Ited Leaf who Is too well known to all horsemen to nerd description and pedigree he by O K Olay 218 ist dam by Wllkes lied LIght s lit dnm was Day Mail bv Ueclllun 21V son of the Great Gambetta Wllkes 2nd NoondnlhJr6th dam Twilight by Lexington Oth dent Darkness by Wagner In tho services of this promising young stallion wo feel sale In saying that with size style form speed and action that he In bou n great stuck horse Will be nt my salebarn In Htanfordand will bo permitted to serve 20 good mares at IS tonsure a living colt money duo when colt Is foaled or mare ported with Ho wlllthen bo put In training nnd given n record He sure to see blnr before breeedlng your good mores t JAMES K BEAZLEY Stanford TCy Home InlLexIngton to Trade or or Sell Idlslreford Tire residence Is one of cottage style nthnntalus seven rooms good room and a very Inrgedlnlng ce1lnr1both ed not fur from State College nod of the lIulldlngIsand grape arbor In yard Fine cistern Will UHIlpbenlPhotograph of the house Is at this olllce and prospective purchasers arts invited to call and see i- tAN ORDINANCE All ordinance to require troth sldeo of Dan pavedwithStanfordKside of Danville street In Stanford gtngingat the yard glllo of W lBright theMoutbseinebetweenof said street 1Jeglnn ng at the North west corner of the yard of JN Maunders On said street and running to the Northwest corner of the land of Mrs Julia M sims lying on said street where same corners with arid of HO Warren heirs and Including till of said street between these points be with n concrete pavement live feet wldoln eluding the curbing which Is to be six Utah ed wide which work shall be doue by and at the cost of the abutting land owners and they ore allowed days In which to do said work from and after the service of n copy of thtsordlnanceon them If they prefer to stake the Improvements named themselves each land owner to pity for so much ot said propertySaid according to the following directions An excavation Inches below the level of the luivementto be llrst made which Is to tilled in with loose cinders seven Inches thick to be tamp ed to a thickness of live Inches This to be covered with six Inches of corn posed of six sorts of crushed stone to one part of Portland cement to be topped oil with two parts of Sparks screened crusher stone to one part of Portland ce cent the whole pavement to be Inches In tobelupenItOilof the pavement to be fixed by said cons mittee The curbing II to be of the mime material as the pavement This ordinance shall take erred from and after Its publica placesInHtanford MayorL UFILThe Interior Journal JlnUred in the Port Ofce at Stanford at NeOnWUI maUtr PUffirlH1eD TOBSDATS AND rRIDAy- aAT 100 PER YEAR CAS- When not so paid SiOO will be charged TRBLM1E No 9 Houth lla r No II North 433 A No1 NortbrlS r x JOSS RICE Agont Rhode Island Red Eggs Khode Island ned Kggs IIM for 15 II for 44 1760 for lab I nun agent for Cypher In cnootora and roodersMr n H COOK Htnnford Ky Jesse W Sweeney PBOFBIKTOR Livery Food and Salo StaWo Lanoaster Ky B D CARTER Now Llverv Depot Street Phone 96- STANFOeDKENTUCK 10 REWARD I Por the arrest and conviction of any person trespassing upon my farm dny or night or trnveling the pub fWhwSXwYffmy to tuck from the landeofother l This reward refers to pest present and future I nlso offer n spec lal rewnrd of 00 for pnrtl J IaarIaypatoe Wanted To Buy Oak Ind Beech Lumber Will pay highest Have for sale Oak and Beech Flooring Write to Kentucky Hardwood Flooring Co Beech St near Woodland Ave Louisville Ky A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Sign Writing Draper and House Inlntlng Paper Hanger G MEDAIRY Interior FrISco Decorator Graining lUe MoKlNNKV KY TOBACCO BARNS I Man Insurance companies hnvecancelled their Policies In the Tobacco District and others have ceased writing at n time when the farmer needs them the most A Friend Ml in need Is u Friend indeed The Home In snrnnce Company of NY the largest stud most popular Fire Insurnnce Company has always and Is now writing tobacco Berne and all classes of form property They hove not cancelled n slnglo Policy even In cOlin ties where the tobacco trouble hOI been the wont For Insurance on nil clnssf of farm property Address or Phone Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY JLBeazleyCo and EmbalmIin FurI Furniture They for Stock Give Prices RightI IiUndertakers KENTUCKY ry i UndortakorEmbalmorandDealer STANFORD KY Office Phone Home Phoro se FARMERS DEPARTMENT Wanted grass for 80 cattle W H 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 besf11 t Danville Ky Wo have six bushels of import hemp seed for sale Will insure to come Embry Bros 0 L Gregory of Paducah paid Cecil Bros of Danville 600 for two thoroughbred horses Horses are high in the Waynesburg section L G Gooch sold four in tho last few days for 600 FOR SALE25 fine extra nice Jersey cows Quality and ages good suitable for dairy use Also some registered Jersey heifers C T Bohon Son Lebanon ESTRAYEDA blackboar weighing about 115 pounds Left about April 10 Information leading to his recovery thankfully received R C Nunnelley Turnersvllle Ky Wm Gray a prominent farmer of Clark county lost 25 sheep which died as a result of feeding in a pasture which had ben sprinkled either with Paris green or arsenic M C Rankin Commissioner of Agri culture is arranging for farmers stitutes to bo held in every county in the State and will engage men well up in scientific farming to deliver lec turesA crowd attended J J Wrights sale near Moreland and good prices were realized Horses sold at 125 to 135 pair of mules 468 milk cows 55 to 65 calves 1865 brown leghorn chickens 70c Farming machinery sold well HUoeElder J T Williams will fill his ap pointment at the Methodist church Sunday morning After the long Winter these balmy Spring days are very welcome Nowhere is this welcome more apparent than at the farms where preparations for early planting are beginning We are glad to see that our good citizen Mr James McKechnie has an nounced for magistrate That he is a most efficient man for the place has been proven by his splendid work here Verna Sink has returned to Lexington after a visit to Mrs A C Carman Mr and Mrs Frances WIl- son of Somerset are guests of Mrs J A Hammond Mr and Mrs J W Anderson returned from Lexington MondayM Eubanks is suffering from an attack of rheumatism His many friends are hoping for his early recov ery Misses Nancy Yeager Marion and Matsie Grimes of Stanford spent a few days last week with Misses Mary Lee and Elizabeth Givens Grover McKechnie of Lexington is expected Saturday for a few days visit to his parents here The New Pure Food and Drug Law We are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles is not affect ed by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recom mend it as a safe remedy for children and adults Pennys Drug Store Mrs William J Bryan reached New York Wednesday on her way home from a tour in Europe She wits accompanied by her daughter Mrs Ruth Bryan Leavitt and Mrs Leavitts children They were met at the dock by Mr Bryan who missed a train for Trenton while searching for his little grandson The boy had mischievously hidden on the steamship Minnehaha Mr S L Bowen of Wayne W writes 01 was a sufferer from kidney disease so that at times could not get out of bed and when I did I could not stand straight I took Foleys Kidney Cure One dollar bottle and part of the second cured entirely Foleys Kidney Cure works wonders where others are total failures Pennys Drug Store Gen Roger Williams will be sent to Western Kentucky to take commandof the State troops there He held ft con ference with Gov Willson at which tho night rider situation was thoroughly canvassed A Twenty Year Sentence I have just completed a twenty year health sentence imposed by Bucklens Arnica Salve which cured me of bleeding piles just twenty years ago Writes O S Woolover of LeRaysville N Y Bucklens Arnica Salve heals the worst sores bolls burns wounds and cuts in thb short est time 25c at Pennys Drug Store Did Edwards sign or not the Pow era petition for pardon is the burning question in the Congressional race in the Bloody Eleventh Competency faithfulness and attention to business cut no figure with those who regard assassination as a rightful political weapon Frankfort Journal This May Interest You No one U Immune from Kidney trouble so just remember that Foloys Kidney Cure will ttop the Irregularl ties and cure any case of kidney and bladder trouble thl Is not beyond the reach of medicine Pennys Drug- Store Tho Jast of the famous contempt of court cases was settled at Winchester courted4486 Benson of 1- WWSAMPSON This youn jack will make tills scnsoti nt my farm whore I lire the B II lnu hmnn farm i mile Mouth of Htnnfonl on the oba ersct plk n 1010 Insure mare colts and 3 to Insure florae colt I consider Hnmiison n great bremlltif Jack All of Ills last year colts were extra I showed two of them at Htnnfonl Lancaster and Danville fairs nnd won bout lit nnd 2nd premiums IncoltrlnRs of o to entries nt nil three lair nlo won 1st In the Hweepstako ring nt llmcnster the only fair that save u sweepstake Eight of his C01l141d lour of his IIUI colts are now on III farm to show for themselves I will ahpreciatonmiynlanssent foul sure you J II HAUUHMANHtanfotM Ky Phone W Pence JrIVnce Jr will make the nlon of iwrt ut sty burn smile from Uolondnt 310 to insure n living colt It unto is traded or part ed with the season mon y become due Pence Jr lay stulllon 5 year old lull la hnndi high tOO style nnd action lly Ieucc Rtenxl he hy lIelmont he by hiAlmontard dnm hv Ore 4th dam by tonner bottom lenCtJrshl dam by Ed tarlow H75 by Onlelnrllo1 he bv Volunteer M Ed llnrlowg 1st by Woburn Jnd damn by a Mnmbrlno horse and dent by Mninbrlno Messenger Pence Jrfd data by GiiPe Vermont Mares tinned nt l2 per month not responsible for nccldentfor escapes should any oc cur J Z BPOONAMOUK llowlniul Ky ASHLAND BROOK INo liiM Vol A TIItt bred by Eugene hacker Ashland Brook wasUeOrltIOw1I1Ky with left Itltul tool highI llrook No tucks record 21a tile sire of Slnrgaret liathcnte2lH Mettle Brook II Zllli d IIllIbrook Iln Jonll llrookeul1714 hflllot Htone 2154 lady ln ok JUi and IlunnlnB lIrookIJJ Hllent Brook by IhrrknlhtNortlythe situ of rfevirch IHthtJ tn llrlahtllRhtSrtWVj and Vnlpn IWo IllIr lllgbt slretl by Auyonw No yrs recor ISJ7 Ashlnnd Brooks 1st dnm Hunn Wren by Ashland Wilkes ill record 4 1IS the slrvot John UOuntryiu H Hnlly To lur IAhhlDoI Wilke slued by Ites- lWltke149 he by George Wilkes second dam Hide Lilly by Pretender14513n drum by Jim Monroe e- ANorAshlnml llrook ls n 1m ml 10 me fellow with lots of substance has n bold way of going with lots of specdtyle nnd notion Ills fret of colt cum bul spring and they were all one could expect they ullnrlog good color with or size nnd lots of style and llnlih Anhland Brook will make the present season at to Insure n living colt nUo stand the great mule and jennet Jack Hilly Keene at lor mans nnd co to Insure n living colt lUll brthePrince the sire of Joe lllwokburn und llrlg noun Hilly Keeno stand full 10 hands black with white points nnd ns n breeder Is unsurpassed us mule or Jennet Jackhlscolts always bringing the Mare traded parted with or bred elsewhere for felt the Insurnnce nnd money becomes due at the time of such transaction KING EAGLE No HM t Vol 0 A It lL King Eagle Is IS hands high dark bay with flowing mane nnd tall goes all the gaits with plenty of speed style nod action IKIIKIHKK Hired by Iloyal King SftM he by On Tlme37lshe hy MlonflllIIII Jackson 72 dnm Mottle Mounts aS4lwasb1r the noted sire Oabbellit lexlnx ton F KlneKnsles let dnm Hip she by Eagle tIIrd lOll he by Old King Ia2Jon lrd dnui by- Harrlsplubmarktieby Millers Denmark i nth dnm by Jim Del thoroughbred NOTK JCIni Eagle Iwo combined stnlllon n breeder of line colored and high styled colts nil having plenty of size nnd action his volts will show for themselves King Eagle will mnko the present season of IttPi at our stable two mllex West of Hll1l1lonlJon the Hhelby Oily pike nt the to nleure n living colt- 1Vllll oho eland the great mule Jack Jim Keene nt mares nnd Rii fur jennets to Insure allvlnb colt Jim Keene a nil by the great 1st dam by the limit John Wells Snd dam by HeecherJIm KenIs lJi hands high black with white points a great mule jack the sire of the coltnnd two yearold that won lint In their classes lust year at the Kentucky MIllIe Fair H T 1IAUK1H A IIO1IT WOODH Phone T2 Ring 3 Stanford Ky THE WARFIELD 1 Trial iilTrottlnf Dark Hay Htnlllon 10 hands foaled August fail bred at Vllllnge Farm Kast Aurora N Y FlrstdamNnugh ty Girl Hex Amerkus 4yvaroId re cord 2114 sire of Hattleton 4yr record 2O3 American Italic 3yr record 21211I1 IS others In 23 lUt n son of Onward III re cord SiSi Ire of Onward Hllver XUW and others In the son list Onward was sired by George Wilkes 2nd dam Duermnslred by Mnmbrlno King 1275 sire of Including Ledy of the Manor ton Lord Derby2OSHeirntlaw 20 others In 210 3rd dom Dotlet by Nutwood the sire of li the lIt 4th dam Topaz by Htmthmore sire tu IntheHst Bth dam MlllnnI Albion Ooh dam Ned bv Kdwlii Forest 7tli dam Lady Turner by Mnmbrlno Chief The Wnrlleldwasbrcd to only 15 mares lie lies fouls all uphended plenty of civic size nnd substance and plenty of IJ peedlhe Wnrllleld Is n representative In nil the term Implies To say that he hits size sulmtance stud speed only In part emphasize the qualities combined IlIlb son of flare Devil Helms them sand they lire of Mich symmetricill character ae to iiinko him n among many His head and neck baby feet and legs lire rfrct and when seen connection with hlsrllllltlIKIIU nod great beauty are eSllecllllly Irnprvulee You should see tide horse before breeding You will nay you never looked nt u better one The Wnrfleld the only stallion tlfat dams In the great broodmare list Hit has two Mnmbrlno King cros ps two Mnmbrlno Patchen two MnmbrlnoChlef one Chimes one Onward Jeorge Wilkes electioneerI Nutwoojl Htratbmore more trotting crosses nny stallion alive The Wnrllold is by here Devil iKXreconl byMnmbrlnobyElectioneerDare IHwII Is n great winner He won the championship nt the National Horn Hhow In lets clue 4j llrst Nutlonaf Horse Hhow In class 121 championship National Horse Hhow IsiiV class 2 lint Nil imial Horteshow 1SW class 101chllmplollohlll National Hone Hhow II or uHhow XJclnec3lint tNational Boric Hhow liUO class 10 lint Boston Horte Show a reserve Hoston Horse Hhow 1002 11clnn second Hoston HorseHliow lwilclii sU see and Boston HorseHliow HalchlMS f reserve vUnn lIor8e Hhow eilln th rd HOI ton Hone HhORrllUI class 7 lie sired The heath Ideal 2UV sire of Princess Helen 206 Devils Dnughlert1W Sarah Hum lln 2I V4Trlller2iaii Dare Devil Jr 22syi Will make the season nt our fnrm mllu from McKinney Ky nt lib to Insure a Living jolt JAOKOONQUEIUItutIfs ien good individual 1SU hands high studfeet OLD IUQQIES MADE NEW I Old nmde now Painted and ro paired tiy Molherson A WMker All work Kuarsntectl Hliop over Aldrld es black smith shop on West Mnln Htrvet Htantord Ky CHESTER JEWEL IIIhalldAmy Stable fourmlli1 What of rrub Orrlinnl ut mouth of hdnrtlretk nt 116 to Insure u living colt byHcondhisllolmesdentbyditto by Oolyer Money duo when roll U foaled or moN traded or parted Mares grazed nt IJJSu per month nil bills pnlil before rvmornl of shares not responsible for accidents or en capet JOIN W HOLMKHOrabOrrhnnl Ky Beau Naboth 45006 By Naboth 10116 byNunIuJby Metropolitan laTi by llnmblfton Inn Srtt ilnm Josephine by Mamhrlno Mary1Vlthersby Wagner llh dam by Imp Trnnhyj nhilnm by Thorntons lUittlor standing15J9yproved hu nbllliy to Impart bit qualities to hiss colt Will stand nt the here of Felix White I inlloi south of Htnnford near Somerset pike- al IIS to Insure n living colt Mares rout II distance gritted nt ItM Money duo when noire is traded or parted with or bred eluewhen The Isst twrionul core taken though no ro x n for cldents or escapes 4 PRESTON 922 IVolII1 Preston is one of the greatest tlv c Ued produelllmid chin ut the hone shows nt Ixiuuvlllo Wt Louis and Kansas City Ile Is n brown horse with black points 1S hands high with nile 1le and high action Mired by Wnihlngtott M First dam Hell by Ithoderlck M- lHecumlilnni by IHtnmnrk 11 Is useless to commeml him as the pee lilt of this nnd adjoining counties know his nwoniitsachowhotandnlsoforbreedingpurposes w my bit In Prnb Drchnnt nt tf to luiure a llvtnn colt Will keep mares on grit at ft Irmonth but not responsible for arrldent or esoniw of stork Heoaon due limA M trail edorpartetlwlthitniblirchxnl Ky GALTON J2910Ho- num of 1UX Hire olOIhllI I 2de S Al Iliirni 2l9t- filet six others with Irmafront You to mithose lire the were ever hand led for speed Aissothesire ofondaatwith one In the 231 list Hired b lininbetla Wll ke tIWS the sire of an In theses lldis In X10and nelter claimed to be the greatest sire In the world l t dam HaUey grnnd dam of 5 with records of froni217 to JUHW Knlleld SS son of llninblionlnn dam by Httley V American Htnr Knneld tIhas a In IIXI his itiiughters have At in Jnlokttrp by Ken luokyvrlnceJrsirs iij L 217 lenl onndtM nlld dllllll tlI the sac list Snl slant by old Joo sire of the dam of J Q lhT landingfandlleiChief ntul eelev AlIIlr call star inltonscoltshavegonengnlnst and defeated the heat In harness chutes nnd rondtter rings they art In great demand sellng as hlgn in IMI o after maturity yearlings fiom IiI to2OO lUlton will atnnd my stable i miles west of Hustonvlllt on llrndfordo vllle pike nt I5 to Insure a living colt Mon eydudlfmare Is tnulod after being bred Ilenty of goes at JlJi per month saved ex pressly for mares no other stock mixed with mare have gruss lots Sad large stables for mares to tout Clrnln 1lu co IlionelnrekldeiiceHuMonvllleKxehnnze W M 1ft III lIulolllIe Ky ALMONT DARE ilteglstered In AH If Iti Hired by Dignity Dnre UM A 1411 HI He by Chester Darn he by Hlnck squirrel ho by Hlaek Kngle 74 he by Klnu Wil liam W lot dam Toxaway Ilmr In Vol A TII It she by Abdallah Mnmlfrlno he by Almont al mud dam Lndy Davis Crlt DnvU by Hourbon Chief and dun MattleH by Foreign Light h1 Foreigner by IniKirt e IQIenco Ithilam llettl U by running lmiIyortrttltuzzardNOTK Almont Hire no far ns we are able to discover Is the llMt horse on record tint Ing to his credit the honor of defeating with his own progeny those of hU grunt sire lilg nlty Dare doing so last year every time coming In contact with thrum As nn Indi vidual this Is n very attractive horse stand InK 14 hands with great style A beautiful bay with lien unpiirulelled even by it Illly A remarkable show horse In harness and under saddle Hbowsfi distinct saddle gaits nlvery fast nnd pleasant with sieed of n1 minute clip In linrnms One cannot conceive of u liner bred horse tracing it tunics to Imported horses on Ids dams Isle alone traces to Imported Mestonger times Imp DloinedeU times to Hunnrd itimes t tune Imp IMnnior PlilnnphilnckfastTrieveler run breed toone of Americas bet UfJlOrtunltlo Will nlso stand two good mule Jacks at js cacti Will make the Reason of WM nt my place 2H mite from II nntonvl llo on II mton vlllennd IJlxrtyturnpikelirafurnlshedin- nbundnnceat2puruenthn Not reipon cubit for nccldentsKHHIOWJoIIHt sON Hustonville Ky Chester S This son of Chester here will make the prtMiit seaoU lit my barn IX tulles from MoKlnney on McKlnney sunlit Mlddleburg pike at to Insures llvlnir colt DKMCIIIPTIOM tab IKIIIIIHKK HB is n black with star In forehead la hind high with nil the style and llnlsh clmrnclurietlo- of the Chester inn family a good IICtlll1- Chorle and n proven breeder Hee him before hooking your buns If you am looking for n good breeder at living price Hired by Ches byIihpyChester Peavine 3184 AH II U Ill oderlng the service of this young stal lion to the public ilo not heltati Ii Is the iNtt bred HaddleKtalllon that willbe altered for service III this county this year ashes breeding will show Mired by Ilex Peavlne 17W bu by Ups McDonald reel 1st dam Miss Madison i3 she by Chester Dare 2nd dam by IVavlnnM more extended Isdl- gacewillla furnbihed on nppllcatlon Thin Htatllon the least blood of the saddle horse world III him Iloth Bid slams by Pea vlliH 85 crosses twice to Hlnck Hqulrrul twice to stmtewnil4ncksonatce to Pave Akin Hfi With the stylo nnd llnlih of Chester Dare the stamina and notion of IVuvlne how can he breed wrong His sire Hex Pen vine produced throe chnmiiloiifihln winners of last year Kdnn Mae IIlt1e llakit and May Day Hee and breed to him If you want the bent Will servo a limited numticr of mares nt lift to Insure n living cult At thoannie tlmo bad placo will tend three us good mull jacks can bo found In the country nt the low price of to lJi ure n living colt Money due with all the above advertised stock when colt U fouled or whet mart leaves hands of owner at lion of service or bred to other stock All euro taken to vent accidents hut nut responsible should- any occur Urllllt reasonable price It HIT DDKU McKinney Iy DIGNITY DARE NO 1982 A S H R 30 to Insure Money due when mitre is 8101 traded or jmrtwl with Owned by D S Carpenter Hustonville Ky I1tedf r I 200 old Buggies to paint and repair Will make them look as good as At very reasonable prices newIW J ROMANS Lancaster Prospect 2087 A S H RAt 5J5 to Insure C C dr S K Carptntcr Lawn Mere 2 12 Milts Wof 1onvillc This combined stallion will make the as son of liwt nt Ijtvtn Merc Clock Kami I miles West of lluitonvlllc Kv on tbt llrnd ortliTlllenml Hu ton1ll poke near l nr enters Htntlou it lilt to ln un a living obit mnr s traded or pnrtvd with or urnl in nao ther horse without oiii ntof l itlinowiiwr forfeits lnuraneethis MHMIR l coniwi ilm on time o sues notion Urn muinvil on nil rolls tilt senMin Is pall Mm ftrninl nt qiq per month Irnln fed If desired nt IIahlllorem will rro lve our HT on tl nilfHllon hub wn will not Iw responsible for norWoiit or ro capes gxexlMtnrfoneel In 11m M hamls high VelKht linilw tiny with two liluil feet white to ankle ABialaofarenaIsnu UItlonullyof feet nnd legs with the longt nkIst InKypomliiK out nt vxurtly the proper Rlvlnii him wonderful style in hurne amid uoderuiddle Aheaatlfuleareelupeenrtly nt proper A very bit fee lure In u tile hone He u hors of tx treme lilch notion nnd ivrv lout In line i lid along with I lil notion nv ll drntlel- snddlegaits with it lienutKul trot III liar Sea A n lpl atur tuoll At by hailer Ilit hens or undO ablle Ianiaaaaslre IHgalty here Ni he by hIto1lmilabuptrrIltenunark llrFlntsrnueSecond he breeds like bhIf Third to typesatnlr at n rlIIullttllh Jrite Ir either threw IOf gaited 1014 that long swan fornhowblueliboWhlnmilint In lilsrhiM Atrhlcmo IUM wn nv ofthe l klwslhemnkhlaluIruntrnnk What mere soitklills deinn- mlIf AH KrAlilKNTKH IMiiiM lliiiliHivllli Kv Ktrtiniige EverythingOBOKOE H FARRIS THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY 18 BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEF- OR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE OOUHwcr t If you want your Prescriptions carefully fillIed and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on meiW B MoRbeh DRUGGIST STANFORD i