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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11 THE INTERIOP JOURNALrVOL XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 27 1908 NO 10iHIGHLAND Farmers aro making good use of tho t dry weather plowing and planting Born to tho wife of J Rich Young a Farmers tolephono line will soon boyIcompleted store from Klngivlllo to Car Undo Tom Carrier has been quite ill for some weeks Thomas Eads it painting Mr Speaks house Highland Is on a boom now with two or three millinery stores four general stores and every man his own pestofllce- Mrs Flora Walls has moved into her noW home John Cash of Liberty D A Baugh of McKinney and Dr R L Davison of Stanford wero hero this week R D Cook of Berca spent several days at J G Baughs Miss Salllo Faulkner has returned from a visit to her aunt at Corbin Mfls Lora Bough who has been attending school at College Hill has returned home E and John Young have also returned 1E Union College Barbourville Miss Martha Meier after several months stay In Louisville is again with her parents here Rcvt S M Carrier and daughter Miss May of College Hill wero hero to sco his father who is ill Ben Chestnut of Somerset is spending n few days hero with his mother and sisters Mrs hellos Is with her sonin Ilaw Mr Singleton at McKinney Emil and family of Danville visited at G W Baughs Sunday The Merry Widow Tho Merry Widow this IIle Tho Merry Widow that Its Tho Merry Widow kin And The Mjsrry Widow hat Its Tho Merry Widowcraze And Tho Merry Widow danco Its Tho plays And The Merry Widow glance Its The Merry Widow dinner And The Merry Widow waltz Its Tho sinner With Tho Merry Widow faults 1 have a Merry Widow wife And I have a Merry Widow knlre And a Merry Widow cat I have a Merry Widow auto car With a Merry Widow toot And a friend whoso wifo hss sued him It Is a Merry Widow suit And if I die tomorrow Why let them play real loud The Merry Wldo waltz song For the Merry Widow crowd lit Louis Chronicle Young Meni Clothes Edctheimcr Stin Co MaL- enNO need to you this is a stylish suit Theres really something to it thats new smart exclusive Good taste too- Other Eder- IieimerStein models just as swell plenty more conserva tive Glad to show them all Browns elephant gray thadtw striper stone blue and Scotch effects Sizes to 38 H J McRoberts MATRIMONIAL W J Megan of Louisville and Mrs Mary K lies wealthy Chicago widow were married in California Tho Duke de Chaulnes who married Miss Theodora Shonta in Now York last February died suddenly of heart fall uro In France Vcrdon Reynolds who has Just reach ed his majority and Miss Bertha WareI aged 19 were married at Eubanks Sun day County Clerk Cooper Issued tho necessary papers Despite tho fact that her first elopement and marriage resulted In unhap plncss to her nnd a final separation Miss Lucilo Rhorer a St Louis girl not yet 18 years old eloped again Sat urday and became the wife of a Ken tucky moan She secured a divorce from her first husband Just six months agoSundays CourierJournal says Tho wedding of Miss Ann Catherine Alcorn of Hustonvillc and Mr Hilt Spalding of this city will take place Wednesday evening April 29 at tfce homo of the brldoa father Dr Edward Alcorn The ceremony will tako place at 830 oclock and the Rev Alfred Alcorn Higgins of Stanford a cousin of both Miss Alcorn and Mr Spaldlqg will be tho officiating clergyman Only tho members of the families and a few in tlmato friends will bo present at the wedding Miss Ada Givens Alcorn tho brides sister will bo the maid of hone or and the only attendant Mr Spald ingi parents Mr and Mrs Benedict Spalding of Lebanon and his brother Dr p B Spalding of this city Mr and Mrs James A Leech and Miss Carolyn Leech will leave on Tuesday for Hustonvjllo to attend the wedding Mr and Mrs Spalding will leave thatI evening on their bridal trip and upon their return to Louisville will bo tho guoata of Mr and Mrs Leech for a few days until they aro settled la their apartment in the WcissingerGaullbert Here and There Several cases of smallpox aro ed in tho Western part of lIardlnI countyThe wife and little son of William Campbell of HIckman were killed in a burned two more barns In Mason county early Sunday morning People are afraid to go to sleep a- tlnightWallace Iclk a Mississippi farmer shot and killed his wife seriously wounded his daughter and then com mitted suicide- Eugene Munsell a manufacturer killed himself by throwing him self from a seventhstory window In a New York apartment house There Is only ono day In the years on which the Inhabitants of Monte Carlo are allowed to gamble at the Casino tables That day is the Prince of Monacos birthday Fines of 5000 each and sentences of two years in the penitentiary wore im posed on several rokers in St Paul by the Federal Court Tho men were charged with conspiracy to defraud Tho American Newspaper Publishers Association through John Norris buai noas manager of the New York Tribune showed tho special House Committee that there was no excuse for the enor mous increaso in the price of print pa per by tho Paper Trust Iolu anywhere can bo quickly topped by ono of Dr Stoops Pink tat Tablets 1aln alvayn means con tionunnatural blood pressure Dr Snoops Pink Pain Tablets simply coax congested blood away from pain centers These Tablets known by druggist us Dr Stoops Hoadaoho Tablets simply equalize tho blond circulation and thon pain always do parts In minutes 20 Tablets 23o Write Dr Snoop Raolno Wis for free package Sold by Pennys Drug Store Probably half a thousand lives lost n hundred or more persons fatally injured and many times this number painfully hurt together with a property loss ruri ning up into the millions Is tho record far of a cyclone which originated in the West Friday Sweeping across Texas Oklahoma Arkansas Louisiana Mississippi Tennessee Alabama and Georgia it loft a path of death desolation and want in its wake seriously Interrupted all communication between cities In the South and brought about chaotic conditions in many smaller towns Ho Got What Ho Needed Nino years ago it looked as if my timohad cOiniS says Mr C Farthing of Mill CreeK Ind JVr rwas BO run down that lifo hung on a very slender thread It was then my druggist recommended Electric Hitters I bought a bottle and I got shut I need ed strength I had one foot In tho grave but Electric Bitters put it back on tim turf again and live been well ever since1 Sold under guarantee t at Pennys Drug store COc l NEWS NOTES The Register tho only morning paper in Paducah has assigned Fire destroyed tho laundry of the Phoenix Hotel at Lexington French Combs was drowned in Kentucky river while fishing near Jackson j Yeggmen robbed tho bank at Ban- dana in bollard county of about 2 000The Illinois Supreme Court declared the new local option law to bo consti tutional Four foreigners were killed and three others seriously injured in a mine explosion at Ellsworth Pa Two hundred and fiftyfour business failures were reported in the United States for tho week ending April 26 Chicago police officials express thoJ belief that Wallace H Hopkins tho bankrupt broker has fled to Canada At Lordsburg N M Oliver Garrison shot and killed his wife shot George Allen fatally and then committed sui vide Mrs Thomas E Willson wife ofa prominent farmer of Washington counI ty committed suicide by jumping into a well Three townships of Johnson county Ind were swept by a tornado The damage is estimated at 50000 One person was hurt With liabilities of 108372 and assets of 2356 Herbert E Shaw a woolen manufacturer of Wales Mass filed a petition in bankruptcyITwentyono members of the crew of tho British cruiser Gladiator are miss ing as the result of tho sinking of theI warship by the American liner St Paul Tho Interstate Commerce Commission has ruled that there must be no dis crimination in the furnishing of coal cars for commercial and railroad fuel purposesA joke had a grim ending when John Hull a Bath county farmer cut his throat Hall had picked np stray horse and had been joked about stealing it Cecil Dills while out driving in Clark county with a young woman was drowned tho horse running away and dashing into the river Isis companion was rescued Warrants for tho arrest of four Shel by county men on the charge of night riding were sworn out at Shelby lIIeI by U G Hall whose brother was a victim of an attack Objecting to a scolding by a stepfather Samuel Smith a ICyearold boy of Lexington procured a rifle and shot his stepfather C C Wallace through the body inflicting probably CatalI woundsThe Sunshine was caught in a heavy stOrm on the Ohio near Ow ensboro Tho passengers became panic stricken and the boat nearly turned turtle as they rushed to one side to obtain lifo preservers Four masked men assaulted the tele phone operator and at the point of are volver compelled the assistant cashier to open tho vault of the Ballard County Bank at Bandana Tho robbers obtain ed about 3000 and made their escape though tho officers havo a clew to their identityAttorneys Hoadloy Yost and Laffoon who have been engaged to defend the men under indictment at Murray on the charge Jf night riding have forwarded an affidavit to Judge Cook requesting a continuance on the grounds that they have other engagements and have no time to prepare tho cases for trial The languid lifeless fooling that comes with Spring and early Summer can be quickly changed to a feeling of buoyancy and energy by tho judicious uso of Dr ShoopV Itestoratlve The Itostorutivo is a genuine tonic to tired rundown nerves and but a few doses is needed to satisfy tho user that Dr Shoops Restorative is actually reach log that tired spot Tho indoor lifo of Winter nearly always loads to slug gish bowels and to sluggish circula tion in general Tho customary lack of exorcise and outdoor air ties upthe liver stagnates tho kidneys and ofttimes weakens tho Hearts action Uso Dr Shoops Restorative a few weeks and ull will bo changed Afcw daystost will toll you that you arousing the right remedy You willI easily and surely note the change from day to day Sold by Pennys Drug Store Why do Sherman andSammy Roberts hate Bradley so1 Oh Urns easy Bradley is U S Senator and will not vote to confirm the applntment of such professional pie eaters as collec tors of internal revenue Somerset Re publican Pionty Ot Trouble is caused by stagnation of tho liver and bowels To get rid of It andI headache and biliousness and the poison that brlngs jnundlcqi take Pr roliableIDrug Store IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES J W Eads bought of John Woods of Casey a pair of mutes for 400 Charles Hemphill aged 8 died sud denly of heart trouble in Jessamine The tailoring establishment of Abel Fenwick at Lebanon was destroyed- by fire The Mt Morgan coal mines in Whit Icy county closed down Saturday throwing 200 men out of work 0 G Kelley twice county judge of Marlon and onco mayor of Lebanon is dead at an advanced age Gov Willson appointed McKenzie Moss of Bowling Green as Special Judge in the Whitley Circuit Court to try a number of cases JohnHollins worth former city collector of Pinevllle was arrested charged with misappropriation of the citys funds The shortage is alleged to amount to 1000 lie gave bond for 500E A Chilton has made a contract to run the Big Laurel County Fair this year and is now busily engaged figuring on attractions for that event The dates will be August 252627 and 28 London Sentinel The Cincinnati Southern Railway has purchased 25 or 30 acres of land from Shelby Tevis and others immediately south of Junction City The purchase- Is located near the coal chute and water tank this side of Bowen Advocate A Pineville dispatch says Three men whose names ore unknown are reported to have fallen from the top of a box car on which they were riding into Cumberland River and drowned They were with the special train from Mfddlesboro to the Republican conven tion Their bodies have not been found Tho fact t is the only school in tho South that docs not draw the color line may compel the college to move from Kentucky to Cincinnati as recent decisions of the Kentucky courts havo declared that white and black scholars shall not be educated In the same Institution y marks tho Cincinnati Commercial Tribune There will be no tears shed when it bids Kentucky adieu It is a demoralizing eyesore which ought long since to have been made to move Frankfort Journal Death Was On His Heels Jesse P Morris of Skippers Va had a close call In the Spring of 1100 He says An attack of pneumonia left mo so weak and with such a fear ful cough that my friends declared consumption had me and death was on my heels Then I was persuaded to try Dr lUngs New Discovery It helped mo Immediately and after taking two and a half 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 II Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store OOo and SI Trial bottle free When a party man like Gov Brad ley parades before the socalled Old Guard his personal grievences when he gives his story of his personal sacri flees in behalf of his party he should be certain he has never taken money from his own party for party services and equally certain he has never taken money from the opposition party for professional services in behalf of men charged with election offenses Louis ville Post Row 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 does not nauseate or gripe and Is mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store- CHURCH MATTERSs Elds Montgomery and Elliott will preach at Hubble Sunday morning at 11 oclockRev C Morrison left Monday morning for Pittsburg Pa where he will preach at a Pentacostal convention of the various denominations Wilmore cor Jessamine Journal ON account of +Louis races the L N will on May 4th limited to 31st sell tickets at 435 roundtrip On May 5th limited to 6th at 330 roundtrip On May 7 9 12 15 20 23 27 and 30 limited to two days except those sold on 15th limited to 18th at 4 85 Tho closing down of the cotton mills of North and South Carolina on July 1 which was decided upon at a meeting of the representatives of all mills will throw 30000 or more people out of work Wo have outgrown Our little flat Thero is no room Forwiiieshat prinoMp 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 make We have all the latest fabrics in brown tan grey stipes nnd plaids Come and See dun clothes before you buy elsewhere and be convinced of the quality of ciuT nR1i Iourgoods =SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishing Etc WAVVWVi rvvv J When in Somerset go to see us LEVENSQN BRO r If you are in doubtabout your Easter Clothes It will tako you but a short while to make a satisfactory decis ion We invite you to take n peep at our Spring and Easter r display nud if you dout say it is the best then we arc the worst fooled people in the town In Mens Boys and Clnldrens thatrr Cpllure a LEVENSON BROS SomersetKyT- hree Story Brick Opp Newtonian Hotel Phone 441 t rIl t A Smile That Wont Come OffA- ll of my customers have this smile when they visit my CUT PRICE SALE I must reduce III stock lIoss U your gain This includes Calicoes Ginghams Shirtings and all Cottons My cut price in thoog will be a wonder to you This includes Slippers Nattention paid to cost in this sale See our reduction in LAVNS We cull your attention to our line of Ladies Shirt Vnists and Skirts Ladies Furnishings of every kind See our 5nud lOc line They are wonders Clothing on the market at costrIn Millinery our styles and prices will certainly please youI with us willgo as far as 85 elsewhere Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELERtthe Price Fighter Perfect HeatHot water heating is perfect with tho exception of this The mosquitos will bite you some during Winter If you can put up with that thou letIIIAldridgo heat your home so that you cnti enjoy all your rooms Hot water I heating is clean economical cud regular No sudden changes in tempera ture You will save enough in Coal Comfort and Health t pay for the r outfit in a few cnllIS H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Screen Doors Screen Windows and Screen Cloth at Geo DP Hoppers Stanford Ky The Interior Journal I L C WALTON JOHN J MOSER Ii a candidate for taller of Lincoln county Democratff y MBRUCE countkJAMES Co HAYS countsubjectparty D C ALLEN It a candidate for Aistuor of Lincoln coon i ty subject to the action of the Democrat party t v DINK FARMER Iin candidate for the Democratic nomlni tlon for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of tbo democratic party fJW FOLEY Ii a candidate for Aiwo s6rof Lincoln eoun tyiubject to thaction of the democratic party WL MCARTY Ii n candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action 01 thu democratic JMirty M S BAUGHMAN Ii a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county tul j ct to the nctlon of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR It a candidate for the nomination for Judge of the Lincoln County Court to tho action of tbo democratic party JAMES MKECHNIE Is a candidate for magistrate In the titan ford district subject to the democratic prl DIary of June 8 HARVEY HELM Is a candldnto for the democratic nomina tlon for Congress In this the Eighth dls trict subject to the nctlon of the democrat Ic party CourierJournaltIn Louisville Saturday to select dele t gates to the conventions at Louisville and Chicago For the first time in years the CJ finds fault with the t manner in which things are done in republican ranks By the boldest and most unblushing fraud by disorder bordering at times upon bloodshed by working the Taft machine at its I highest tension and invoking the aid of a certain class of police and detectives republican city and county officials succeeded in overcoming the overwhelming Fairbankslsentiment in Louisville and apparently showing on the face of the farcical returns a majority in Louisville for Secretary Taft Not l since the Republican outrage some years agoIwhen James F Grinstead was nominated for mayor and a crowd 1ofworkers broke kilo a storage room for ballot boxes robbed the boxes and burnedthe ballots has anything happened to equal yesterdays disgrace The primary was called under nn taw and the boldest disregard for decency in primariesJiwaa exercised those in command safefrom the laws clutches This madeJthe primary what M H Thatcher a Fairbanks leader charac terized as the most infamous in the 1 history of Kentucky HON HARVEY HELM is now the dem ocratic nominee for Congress in this district no one entering the primary which was called for May 9 The time for putting up the entrance fee expired at midnight Friday and there will be no primary of course This is asit should be Mr Helm is filling his first term with much credit and is deserving of endorse ment for a second term Of course he will have opposition in the final election but that will amount to little or noth ing The Tall Sycamore cf the St Asaph can beat any republican who may be pitted against him He is a runner from away back TilE business men of Louisville have combined to fight the prohibition wave They may be successful in Louisville but snags will be struck when the rUe ral districts are reached Loulsyillo can have all the red liquor she wants but the great majority of country folks have gotten used to doing without booze and they propose to so continue By the way Louisville seems to be about as rotten on the whisky question as she is politically The Falls City people had better devote their energy to night riders for the present Tllosearesalty chasesmadebyEx- Warden of the Penitentiary George P Chinn and it behooves the Prison Com missioners and especially Hon Eli Brown to give their side of the matter If they and the fellow Madigan who seems to be the pet guard are guilty of the cruelty charged they are all deserving of the most condign punish ment TilE Democrats of Illinois in con ventional Springfield indorsed W J Bryan for the presidr ntial nomination instructed thedelegates to vote for him and adopted the unit rule A personal liberty plank was placed in the platform after a long and lively dis cussion DWICIIT ILL the home of the Kee ley Cure voted to retain the saloons More saloons more drinking more drinking more work fctg the Keeley Cure Sqe7 Wr rr JUDGE LEWi8McQuowNtchairman ofl the Democratic State Committee will issue a call for a meeting of the State Committee tolmeet in about a week The committee probably will meet in Frankfort and at that time will select- a time and place for holding the State Convention Judge McQuown says It is the general opinion that tho precincts should hold conventions say on Saturday and the delegates from the precincts meet in a county convention to be held the following Tuesday to select delegates to the State Conven tion WOODS N MAY a good democrat and clever gentleman of Somerset has announced for State Central Committeeman from his district We hope he will be given the honor- POLITICAL Over 1000 pension bills were passed by the House last week A canvass of the Senate indicates that the four battleship prgrammo will defeatedFormer States Senator John son N Camden of West Virginia died in BaltimoreGov has called a special ses sion of the New York Legislature to meet May Secretary of War W H Taft is pro paring to make another trip to Panama some tune in May W J Gooch of Simpson county probably will not make the race for Congress in the Third district It is said that if Senator Forakers bill for the reinstatement of discharged Negro soldiers is passed the President will veto it Gov Willson has moved into the Ex ecutive Mansion at Frankfort the re pairs on the old building having about been completed The President has appointed Robert Bryson postmaster at Indianapolis upon the recommendation of Represen tative Overstreet Arkansas and West Virginia Republicans will hold State conventions this week Taft is certain of the instruc tions in ArkansasICongressman J Sloat Fasset was unanimously renominated by the Republicans of the Thirtythird Congres sional district of New York Gov Willson appointed John K Hen drick of Paducah as special judge of the McCracken circuit court to sit at the regular term of that conrt Secretary Taft denies the story that he will resign from the Cabinet immediately if he is nominated at Chicago and that Gov Magoon would succeed himThe democrats of Texas will holda State primary Saturday The anti Bailey men are making a hard fight and both factions are claiming the vic toryAlabama is the only State in the Un ion which holds a legislative session only once in four yearo Her lawmakers and unmakers get 4 a day and the quadrennial session is limited to 50 days For the first time in the history of the United States the Governors of all the States will meet together when on May 1 President Roosevelt will call to order the conference arranged by him Each Governor will be accompanied by three men of his own choosing Hardly had the echoes of the closing hours of the New York Legislature died away when Gov Hughes caused to be filed a proclamation summoning an extraordinary session to begin on May 11 The proclamation gives no Intimation of the purpose for which the Governor calls the extra session He would make no statement on the sub jectThe Public Buildings Committee of the House has agreed to allow 25000 more for the Government building at Lebanon making 55000 in all It is understood that provision will be made for a site for a building at Hopkinavillo and that Langley Bennett will get buildings for districts It is said Kimball will get 80000 fomn addition at Lexington and 25000 additional for the Versailles building Congressman Helm is said to have secured 35000 additional for Danville and the authoriza tion of a site for Lawrenceburg Health Coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced This clever Coffee Substitute was recently produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wis Not a grain of real Coffee in iteither 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 bolllngHMade in a minute Says the doctor Sold by Pennys Drug- Store Adjutant General Johnston says the people of Winchester are unusually alarmed oyer the soldiers being there as they are not to operate in Clark county at all but simply use Win chester as the most convenient point to disembark from the train go to Montgomery county and other points nHWeak women get prompt and last- Ing help by using Dr Shoops Night Cure These soothing healing anti peptic suppositories with full in- formatiOn how to proceed are Interestingly told of in my book No 4 For Women The book and strictly con dentlal medical advice is entirely free Simply write Dr Shoop Racine Wis for my book No 4 Sold by Pennys DrugStore ll Special Sale New DressI Silks r J f The SilK Opportunity of the SeasonI r n Sale begins TUESDAY MORNING APRIL 28TII and continues throuhgout this week During this sale no Silks will laid aside oVnV itlon approval Every one of the hundred pieces ot Silk we will oiler during this sale is desirable in every way and the prices are exceedingly lots h tv 290 Shadow Silks 29c 7i 4f These come in an assortment of beautiful designs and colorings suitable for dRY or evening wear Tho universal price U fiOo yard hut h rilltj sale they will be offered at 2Qc yard ti 39C Dress Silks 4J This lot is small and we advise an early call to secure tiny In the lot are Fancy Drcsrt Taffetas anti 24inch nil Silk Foulards In popular lldalgiit nJl1 colorings 59C Novelty Dress Silks J In this lot will be over twentyfive choice dress lengths of Satin Foulards Striped Check ned Figured Tadetas and Pongee Tub Siiixtuy piece in the lot is good value at 81 yard fy I9c Yard Shepard Check Wash Silks Were 500 Yard Remnants of Silks There will be a great many Remnants of Plain and Fancy Silks in all size pieces at extremely low price Also a number of odd draw lengths otI1o- usr kinds of Silks to be closed out cheap Kaysers Double Finger Tip Gloves Kayecrs Double Finger Tip Silk Gloves are admittedly the best Silk Gloves in the world and we are the only store in this section that sell the genuine fvayser and we sell for less prices than you will have to pay for inferior imitations We have just receivedover 9500 worth of Kaypcrs 10 button length best quality pure Silk Gloves in Black White Rusect Browns Tans and Blues winch we offer at SlCOtpair As there are exceedingly source we advise our trade tp buy now all that you will need for the Summer Wo also IWVA tha Kayser Short Gloves in Black and White at 60c 7f o D1II1r alnnie DANVILLE KENTUCKY FISHING TACKLE Reels 60 cents to 750 Reel Poles 75 cents to 225 Minnow Seines 100 to 135 Cane Poles 5 cents to 10 cents We have everything for the fisher men See our window PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky FOR SALE I No 310A 5O barrel Flouring Roller Mill in an old established location on two railroads and in finest wheat belt in State Fine custom trade Do ing finis business Price 5500 No 317Steam Brick manufacturing plant of 40000 capacity and 12 acres land fine equipments and some nice propertyin Somerset to exchange for fine blue grass farm in good location Itwill pay you to investigate this proposition No 313 118acro farm one mile of Eubank Pulaski county joins rail road fourroom frame cottage and outbuildings good orchard fine water land lays well and produces 7 to 10 barrels of corn per acre Price 1200 No 314187 acres four miles west of Moreland New 3 room cottage and outbuildings tobacco harp 32x48 feet 50 acres timber poplar ash and oak Produces 10 barrels corn per acre and in tobacco Price 823 per acre Half cash balance in 1 2 and 3 years No 31550 acres 11 in timber 3 miles west of Morcland one house 3 rooms one 2room tobacco barn 86x66 feet Land produces 1000 pounds tobacco per acre Price 1500 IF YOU WANT TO SELL BUY OL TRADE ANYTHING WRITE TO U- SSomersetReal Estate Agency Somerset Ky flBTS1 HTSIN- o matter how well dressed you may betno matter how fine or fitting your how shiny your Shoes without a becoming stylish well selected HATyour costume is incomplete One of our nice light soft PAN AMAS atI5 6 7SOior a STRAW YACHT the dressiest of all Straw Hats at 100 200 and 300 EachI or the new soft hat for young menTHE MASCOTj in the new shades These are the real things Of course we always carry J the staple styles and the old reliable STET SON at t I 35 450 and 500 We are the HAT people if you do not now believe it come and see H JI McRQ JSSTANFORD KENTUCKY wa h 5 Centst lanyard for 86 inch Drown Cotton usual price 7ict 5 Cents l rrytinlforchccknprou gingham gold at GAc ltf 10 Cents1 rjryuni fur No 40 nil Silk Ribbon Black sad Colors 6 Cents For yard for 3G inch light percales made to sell at tO per yardIts long as they last nt Bo per yard South and BrASFOKD KY Amu 27 1008 Run Cedar Flakes are made from the wood red cedar and are a sure protection against moths 15c a package drug store PERSONALS Mils J C lAYS is convalescing J r WALKER continues toREV D bh Improve MRS W H SHANKS is with her parents in Madison Bunch BUCHANAN Is back from Cuba and other Southern cities MK 11 M BALloOn of Lancaster spent Sunday with his parents HunEUT CARPENTER spent several days in Lexington with friends MR W S KISER la spending a week or so with the home folk at Paris MRS E T BBAZLEY spent several days with her parents at Versailles Mns W J EDMISTON of Crab Orchard was hero shopping last week MRS W K SIIUGAUS and little son W K visited Lancaster relatives last week MILFORD HALL of Rowland was In the city tits week visiting Somerset Tithes GEORGE BRONAUCH of Lexington Okla is with the homefolks at Crab OrchardMR G COOK of Knoxville spent several days with his relatives In tho West End Mns POTBR Stiuun Is visiting tho family of her brother lion B B King It Moroland bin JOHN S WELLS wire and three pretty children were here from Dan ville Sunday MR M K PRWTT wife and baby of Burnside made a thort visit tohls par ents at Moreland MRS ANNA D VANARSDADB has returned from Harrodsburg where she has been with relatives MR JAMES BASTIN and bride of Muhlcnburg county arc with his par cote in tho Highland section DR JACKSON GIVBNB of Pittsburg was tho guest of Mrs A K Denny and blue Bella Denny last week MR AND MRS It II BATSON of Laucaster spent Snnday herewith her parents Mr and Mrs J 11 Hilton Miss SALLIE HAWKINS who has been with West End friends and relatives for some time returned to CorbIn Sunday 1ens N J NORTON returned yeller t day frpm Columbia where4 she had been to tako her little grandchildren t Mite W M POVNTBR of Mt Vcr non is at tho bedside of tier daughter Mrs II E Thompson of tho East End who is MISSES LORA BOHON and Ella Bonon t of the West End havo been guests of Miss Maymo Underwood in tho Hedge ville section- F L THOMPSON JR of Mt Vernon and Richard Williams of Somerset spent several days with Mr and Mrs L R Hughes r MRS J S IIUNDLEY and Miss Sarah I Hundley have joined the husband and father here Miss Mary Hundley is visiting friends in Indiana but will arrive t in a few weeks Miss ELLEN BALLOU who has spent her entire life In Lincoln county visited Hustonville for her first time Saturday She was very much impressed with the West End capital MRS J W MOORE ono of our best old ladies celebrated her 71st birthday SundayCasey County News Mrs Moore is tho mother of Mesdames R B I and Edgar Wilkinson of this place DR T M LEWIS has moved to Crab Orchard and Miss Margaret Lewis will join him after a brief stay with relatives here they mako thismovo so as to bo with Miss Georgia Lewis who i in the Crabhas an excellent position Orchard Graded School We aro glad i to state that these good people will not f permanently leave Stanford but maybe l back after a few months sojourn int tho East End r MENS ladies arid childrens Oxfords Stock is complete Cummins Wear en FOR SALE Extrafinesingle comb white Leghorn eggs W B McRob orts Stanford TAFf seems pretty certain to land Kentuckys vote in the Chicago convention but theres many a slip twixt the cup and the lip and Fairbanks may yet beat him to it GARDEN hoes hose rakes mattock and plows Farris NEW shipment oofPioneer Fence just received U T Pence 2U FOURTEEN ketswero sold for the Cincinnati excursion Sunday NEW lot of Merry VidowSailors just- In Miss Frances VanDcvccr CLOTHES cleaned dyed and repaired at Cook Farmers barber shop BRODHEAD people arepushing the Graded chool proposition in their good town TWELVE volumes of Confederate Military History for sale S P Gray Stanfordj COMPLETE line of Deering machinery mowers binders rakes J L Bcaz ley C- oTiu Crab Odd Fellows organized a lodge at Cartersville Gar rard county last week PURE S C Brown Leghorn eggs for sale Write or phone Mrs Robert L Berry Huttonvilln Ky BUY a Hart SchafTncr Marx suit then you know you will have a good one Cummins Wearen BEING somewhat overstocked on pattern hats I propose to mako a liberal cut on same Call and see Frances VanDcveor 3t A HALL team from Stanford went to Lancaster Saturday afternoon and met defeat 17 to I at the hands of ono of that citys nines Mfi S P STAGR formerly of this place has swapped his 1h acre farm in Fayetto for an interest in tho Lex ington Dry Goods Co A dealer was soaked for Srolino for selling an imitation beer called Malt Monde It looked and tasted like beer to the jury TilE young folks enjoyed a danco at Waltons Opera House Friday night Tho Ten Nights in a Bar Room Co orchestra furnished tho music THOSE owing the nford Drug Co will please settle The business must be closed up In a few weeks This means you If you owe the firm Tilt skating rink gave away to the dance at Waltons Opera House Friday night but it will bo open next Friday night for probably the last time WM MARIMON the Moreland produce dealer bought 354592 worth of eggs and chickens in 32 days lie is agent for Goycrt Vogela big Cincinnati produce firm THE L willsell on account of tho Republican convention tickets to Louisville at one fare plus 25c on May 5th and 6th good returning midnight May 9the18 YEARS Frank Cnapman who stabbed his brotherinlaw Joe Rice to death at Hedgcville was given 18 years in the penitentiary by a Boyle county jury Five of tho jurors wero for a life sentence but came to the others who were for lighter punishment BUT for our sympathy for the families of the young men wo would have published this issuo the outrageous con duct of two members of good families There can be no excuse for what they did save for cussedness pure and sim plo We hope they will not repeat tho offense AT the republican convention Satur day tho following county committee was elected for the next four years A C Carman G W Gentry A B Flor ence J C Napier J A Blain B B King Ora Gooch Joo Phelps Wm Meeks A G Faulkner John Edmis ton and William H Cummins FATAU SHOOTING IN ROCKCABTLE Former Deputy Sheriff Davld Clark shot Elza Langford four times at Mt Vernon twice in thohead once in tho shoulder and onco in tho arm The participants had been enemies for some time A few months since they met at Orlando and emptied their revolvers at each other doing but little damage They met in the office of County Judge Bethurum Saturday when hostilities wero again opened It is not known who fired tho first shot Clark surrendered Langford was a bad citizen and had given the officers and good people of RockcMtle mach trouble Opportunity It is not in us to talk pretty and stir you to action by talking about take ing advantage of golden opportunities but these special prices ought to be sweet music to your ear as they mean money saved to you The nuts hero mentioned wont last always but as long as they do they are yours at these prices SEE the D E Lawn Mower beforeI you buy George II Farris I HANDIK the Genuine Virginia saddle Have them In stock now J C McClary Stanford MONEY 3000 to loan on first mort gage on real estate with clear title Address box 120 Lexington Ky LOST a minutes and records of tho Ilustonvillo Ceme tery Co Return to this office and get reward have tgone up but are selling cheaper than ever Phone Nos 121 and 37 when you want vege tables delivered J W Brackett the boss gardener MY greenhouse Is complete at my homo 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 t Fon SALEAbout 8000 or 9000 feet of lumber boxing and 2x4 2x6 and 2x8 121416 and 20 feet well seasoned Also about 10000 split hickory and oak tobacco sticky Mrs A M Feland HILL JohnCHill who was about 95 years old died at the home of his daughter Mrs James D Uastin near Highland and was buried at Mt Moriah Sunday at 10 oclock He was a good honorable man and ills many friends are saddened by his taking away lie was probably tho oldest man In the county His wife died some six or eight years ago Tilt performance given by the Ten Nights In a Bar Room Company in their huge tent on Lancaster street drew a large crowd Saturday night and the show would have been enjoyed had it not been for the disorder caused by some drunken scamps whoso names would appear hero were it not their first offense Some of the actors were hardly ready with their parts but all in all they gave as good a show as was ex pected AN Atlanta paper contains this item Asa G Cndlor and D B Carson pur chased for 160000 tho Atlanta Cotton Mill property from Georgia Manufactur ing Realty Company Property was bought only a few months ago for 126 000 by the Georgia Manufacturing and Realty Company Mr Carson is an old Lincoln county man having been born at Crab Orchard He is a distant relative of Mr W A Carson of this place and is rapidly getting rich in his adopted home the Gate City of the South TilE horse show t Ilustonvillo Saturday was a big falling ofT from last year when some 18 or 20 stallions and jacks were exhibited Only four ani mals were shown Saturday but they were four of the finest in this part of Kentucky They were Dignity Dare owned by D S Carpenter Prospect the property of Calvin C Carpenter Almont Dare belonging to E S Pow ell Son and last but not least Galton the pride of W M Dodds stable The two first named were shown to halter Almont Daro was ridden by Smith T Powell and Galton was speeded In harness by his owner TAFT CARRIES LINCOLNIt was smooth sailing for tho Taft people in the republican convention hero Satur day afternoon Tho Fairbanks men made no effort to stem the Taft tide but instead joined their ranks and all went as merrily as a marriage bell The colored brother was hero in great numbers and ho seemingly bore no ill feeling toward Taft and Teddy over the Brownsville affair but on the contrary joined the Taft ranks and looked both contented and happy Dr R L Davlson of this placo and lion Waller Bennett of Richmond wero endorsed for district delegates and Judge L W Bethurum of tack castle for committeeman and by the way these gentlemen were fortunate cnougn to win in the district They are all clever men hard workers fn their party and wo congratulate the republi cans on their good judgment in choos- Ing them Following la tho list of delegates all Taft men but who go to the Louisville convention uninstructed Messrs J A Blain G M Davison Y W Burton Thomas Napier A B Florence Ora Gpoch A G Faulkner B B king Harrison Graham Frank Adkins ti W Gentry Joseph Phelps Clay Adams YIP Mceks John Ken nedy Stcuben Godby MR W A ARNOLD one of Lancas ters liverymen lost a valuable livery horse and drummers wagon Friday A drummer named McElroy the rig and with tho driver attempted to- ord Scotts Fork which was greatly woolen The current was very swift and soon after getting into deep water Mr McElroy found that the rig was being swept down stream lie and the driver cut the harness and finally extricated tho horses and swung on to their tails for dear life One of the an- Imals went down but the other swam out and saved the lives of the two men The wagon was smashed smithereens and the drummers trunks two in number were found down stream nearly a mile distant WE presume Chief of Police B D Carter is doing all in his power to pre vent the sale of whisky In Stanford lie is making a good officer but if he is given the cooperation of tho good people he will be enabled to make a better one It is impossible for one man to seo to all that a marshal Is expected to iso it behooves every citizen who loves law and order to lend Mr Carter n helping hand It Is illegal to sell whis ky In Stanford but notwithstanding this there are those who claim that as much whisky is drunk here now as when three saloons were running This of course Is a silly charge but nevertheless boozo Is being drunk and booze Is being sold White men who ore known to bo drinkers are frequently seen in and about Macksville tho Ne gro suburb North of the depot and It Is generally conceded that they go there for whisky Lincoln county people in thundering tones said in September of 1906 that they did not want whisky sold the courts sustained them and now why cant their wishes be carried out Shall we let afew Negroes or white people either run rough shod over the community and do that which it has been decreed they shall not I If every man in and around Stanford who claims to be a good citizen would help Chief Carter thu illicit whisky venders would be routed almost in the twink ling of an eye If we are to have pro hibition or local option lets have it dont drag along and take the evils of whisky without the revenue If things continue as they are the wet side will be so encouraged that an election will be called by them and many people disgusted at tho lack of enforcement of the law against selling liquor will vote for the restoration of tho open saloon If you are opposed to saloons get busy and do your share toward making local option acceptable to the good people If you know where intoxicants are sold tell Mr Carter and we pledge hiss ef forts to bring the guilty party or par ties to justice NOTICE I All persons who having been and ore now trenpaulng on the public roads of Lln coin county Ky by obstructing the high wny In OilY manner Bra hereby notified to remove sunn nt once or they will bo prose cuted to the fullest extent of the law This April SI K tire Lightning WlndHIorlIlLife and IInd BEST Oompanles Koprutented Lowest Poi llble Rate Guaranteed Lou Paying neo id Unequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Heildenco Phone No H Sale of Blue Grass Land and Per sonalty At executor of Bainuel R Duddcrar I will on THURSDAY MAY H me beginning at 0 oclock AM nt big late resi lance about onehalf mile front Ooihcn cburc LIncoln county Ky oller for kale- it public outcry hu hoiueplnce being n line multi house of 10 room nil nece cry outbuildings and well alto TautXlncnsof good ltluoGrass land un Improved shut mllo Kast of Goshen church till following proper jpourngert work mules V2ycarold cot tie B lot of COWl and calves hogs sows and oshelsof farming Implements and machin ery household und kitchen furniture of all mu saddle wagon 10 share of stock In now In cultivation to be given ui soon us the terms of sale are complied with Terms will fns announced on day of tale Dinner will be furnished on the grounds AO UOBINBON 45 CentstFor Fringed Carpet RugeIFori36 inch Fringed For 54irich Fringed Carpet RugsIFor Oak or White Curtain PolesxLess onefourth is the cut price on all Spring Jackets Silknnd TailorjSuits This means 81650 Suits for 81237 Ii SEVERANCE SON STANFORD DepotStreMsin fl ILOCALS containing NSURANC hlgbIllite wheatayearlingcattieallklnds- d bnuisudder anallSbaresthingPoieiilanof DoddererJ Childrens Shoes and L OxfordslWo have added to our lino of Ladies Furnishing Goods and Dry Goods one of the most uptodnto lines of Childrens Shoes and Oxfords that the market can afford in Tans Patent Leather and Fancy Tops of every description Every pair full vamps and solid oak soles Guaranteed to give satisfaction Prices ranging from 75c to 8200 Call in and let us show you what we pavej l1 tJ l1 TRIBBLE HUGHES I Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY 4 I Sheep Dip and Sheep Shears wsH HIGGINSI I III Cbe Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIERIJB PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALISER ASSISTANT CASHIER JOHN O REID BOOKKEEPER H C CARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEP- RDlftEOTORSt J B Ovvsley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford John PtCash Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachereville Lilburn 4 Gooch Gilberta Creek Jfiirst Wafonal unit Stanford Jty Organized JS2 CapllalJlocJi SO 000 Surplus and Itndiviittti Profits SDOOO- Jfas i pad1l Dividends since Organization S2ft 500 invite 7ou recounts ori Our JJfarHs OFFICERS DIRECTORS j i F Reid J H Baughman J S Hocker President M D Elmure j M peU8 S T Harris Vice President Sh Baughman J F Cummins John J McRoberts CashierS T Harris jrrfisrT P Hill H C Btughman Asst CashrC E Tale If r The Interior Journal j Entered in the PenOffice at Stanford at tieendclaM matter VOBUBHKD TUESDAYS AND HUXUYB AT 9100 PER YEAR CASH lA When not 10 paId I300 will be charged a Rhida Island Rid Eggs Rhode Island Ited Egg UM for 15 tl for 45 1750 for 100 I am ngent for Oyphera In cUbntorsandBrooderssi Mrs L UOOOK Btunford Ky J r B D CARTERr Now Livery Depot Street I r Phone 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I Por the nrrcat and convIction of nnyperaon fllrlll dny or nIght or pubIlands of other people This reward refers to pastFOfor particulars see me napee McKINNEY MARBLEGRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Denier In and manufacturers of Granite nod Marble Monuments First VInes Work at Reasonable 1rlcea Ofllco nnd Works McKlnney Ky Hhop closed on Hnturday Notice To Contractors We nre ready to bids for n turn pike to Ixt built front Klnltnllie Ky to the county line n distance of about imile Thocontract will be let tis a whole orb ecttons of one hnlf nubs or more tans and apeclllcatlona for the conatruc lion of this can obtained on nppll s uUon to Ibo undersigned All bids must be sealed aed sent In not later thnn May 15 1WX The supervisors telene the right to reject any nUll till JII McKeeJ W Acton G A Walter supervisors Wanted To Buy Oak andBeech Lumber win pay highest prices Have for sale Oak Beech Flooring Write ru to Kentucky Hardwood Flooring Co Beech St near Woodland Ave Lou isvllIefKy A S PRICEt Surgeon Dentist rSTANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owaley Building Sign Writing Draper nnd house Painting llupor Hanger G MEDAIRY Interior Frisco Decorator 1 Gralnlni Kte McKINNBY KY TOBACCO BARNS Innv In companies cancelled their Policies In the Tobacco Dlltrlot mind others have ceased writing ntn time when the farmer needs theta the iiiont A Friend In need la u Friend Indeed The Home In Kurnnce Ootupiiny of N Y the largest and most populii Fire Insurance Compuly has nlwnyanndls now writing tobacco barns mind nil classes of farm property They have not cancelled n single Polliy even In coun ties where the tobacco trouble has been the worst For Insurance on nil classes of farm property Addresa or Phone Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY J L Beazley Coj UndertaKers and Embalrr ers Also Dealers in Furniture SInttingaRugs They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give- S Tem a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undortaker Embalmorand DoalorInlHarioss Saddler STANFORD KY Office Puonekis7 JIome4ibonc FARMERS DEPARTMENT Wanted grass for 80 cattle W II Shanks Stanford Wanted cows to pasture D MV Stephenson Stanford Lutes Son sold to J W Eads 17 700pound cattle at 4Jc I am standing a good Jersey bull 2 Ed Hubbard Stanford atI R B Woods sold to Matt Myers pair of twoyearold mules for 350 H W Curry of Eaton 0 bought at Danville 14 horses at 100 to500 Ben Ferrill of the Moreland section lost by death a fine horse a few days ago FOR SALEAbout 25 bushels best hemp seed J T Hackley Phone 49 Danville Ky We have six bushels of imported hemp seed for sale Will insure to come Embry Bros At Mt Sterling court Whaley Boardman bought of Lafe Risner ten 1000pound oxen at 310 Zack Elkin sold a farm of 100 acres three miles West of Bryantsville to Mr League of Tennessee at 100 J M Roberts of Somerset sold at Lancaster yesterday 21 heifers at 22 18 steers at 21 and six calves at 1350 John B Ride wants to buy your wool this year He will pay the highest mar ket price Sacks at Hustonville See him before you sell Germany once held the record for the consumption of tobacco per head but is now held by the Belgian who con sumes 21 pounds yearly 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 about115 pounds Left about April 10 Information leading to his recovery thankfully received R C Nunnelley Turnersville Ky Guarded by militiamen the tobacco of Marcial Haley of Bracken county was hauled to Cynthiana Mr Haley was stopped by night riders when he attempted to move his tobacco recent ly Mack Hughes Fold his fine young stallion Silver Bird to H W Currey of Eaton Ohio for 500 Advocate Silver Bird is byS T Harris and Robert Woods great saddle stallion King Eagle- J F Cook Co shipped by Adams ExpressCo to Winnsboro La one of their famous Catalonian jacks which ia to be used for breeding purposes on the large farm of W E Robinson Lex ington Gazette A good many horses were shown at Lancaster yesterday but Harris Woods Ashland Brook made the rest of them look like 30 cents for speed Bob Woods drove him like an expert reinsman and made many friends for that excellent horse TESTED SEED CORNBoone county white germination test of 170 ears just completed 153 ears sprouted 100 per cent whole per centage of germina tion over 98 per cent Picked corn 125 per bushel at the crib less than 25F per acre for reliable seed A M Fe land LANCASTER CoURTThere were about 500 cattle on the Lancaster mar ket yesterday and most of them sold Prices ranged from 3 to 5c the latter price being for good grade steers The horse market was quiet and very few mules changed hands A large crowd was presentIThe New Pure Food and Drug LawIWo are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey ana 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 The jury in the suit of Robert Hollo well against 28 alleged night riders in cluding his brother John Hollowell all of Caldwell county for 100000 dam ages could not agree and was discharged by Judge Evans in the Federal court at Paducah Mr S L Bowen of Wayne W- a writes I was a sufferer from disease so that at tim6s I could not get out of bcd and when I did I could not stand straight I took Foleys Kidney Cure One dollar bottle and part of the second cured ma entirely Foloys Kidney Cure works wonders where others are total failures Pennys Drug Store Recently four tons and a half of bul lets were dug out of a hill behind a rifle range at Yarmouth Eng the accumu lation of two years shooting by tho lo cal volunteers They sold for 122 50 a ton A Twenty Year Sentence I hnve just completed a twenty year hUtu sontonce Imposed by Ducklena Arnica Salvo which cured me of bleeding piles just twenty years ago Writes O S Woofover of Ldllaysvlllo N Y Bucklens Arnica Salvo heals tho worst sores bolls burns wounds and cuts In tho short eat time 250 at Pennys Drug Store Georgetown College Kentucky wall receive 35000 from the estate of Dr George 0 Brown 4 This May Interest You No one Is Immuno from Kidney trouble so just remember that Foloys Kldnoy Cure will top the Irregularl ties and euro any case of kidney and bladder trouble that Is not beyond the reach of medicine Pennys Drug- Store A bird dealer in Paris raises canaries of an orango red tint by feeding tho parent birds on cayenne pepper In time ho expects that the eggs will pro duce birds of a bright red hue Goats for Sale I have for smile a nice pnlr of goats and hnrnvt to IH them Work well either four Angora goats bargainlUK AII DON Ky Variety Abundance IV Fashionable Millinery Carpets o and Rugs Furni ture Etc Menders of tho Interior Journal are cordially Invited t6 inspect mind price our superior tack G B Pruitt Moreland GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy rcadymncto clothing when there ti 10 little difference In the price of ready made suits and a suit made to your meatura taken by an experienced tailor I have bniidiomo line of Hprlpgt Hummer goodi I sea make from n low price business suit to lime nneatdren lUlt Overcoats Trou irinud Fancy Vests The company I rep raient li second to none HO RU LLKY The Tailor Htnnfurd Ky Choice Goods Foaled January blnck with white- poIIlUIIIr hands Maul b Womler and out of lhlUiul Jennet All Wonder was sired by Uelknnpbe by Importeil Helknnp CbolieGoodsUnmls by Jumbo Imported He was bred by Ollllrh OhtIIRult of llogn na Humner county Tenn and Is n great in dividual Ho won the blue tie In the sweep- stake ring nt the Htntn fair nt Nashville nnd has nmny IIIQIV blue lies te hU cnnllt Hen Uholce Goods before you breed Ho will serve Jenneta nt I lid Mnreant 110 to Insure living colts Will stand two other Jacks at flO to Insure willcolts olIO stand the magnificent draft stnl colt Ls1lAt1OItMANHbnIfonlKyHenson e SAMPSON This young Jack will make this season nt my tarot wheal I live tile HH lluugbman farm Houth of Htanfonl on the Hom eraet pike to Inure rnarecolts and to Inure horse colts I consider Htnpon a great breedliii lack All of his last year colts were extra I showed two of thrum at Htnnford Lancaster nnd Dnnvlllu lairs and won both lat and and premium In colt rings ofotoioentrlrsntnll three fairs also won lat In the sweepstake ring at I ncaater tin only fair that gave n sweepstake Eight of hla 1107 colt and tour of his WH colts arts now on my forums to show for themselves I will appreciate any mill sent to him and heel sure you will not regret sending J U UAUUIUIAS Htnnfonl Ky Phone Pence JrPence Jr will make the season of lot ut my luirn from ItowlllndlltjIO to insure a Ih fugcolt If purl ed with the season money becomea due Pence Jr bay stallion 5 years old lull 14 hand high style and action ity Ponce he Itlcnil he by llelmont he by IIIA8rd distil Kagle 4th data by opper bottom Pence Jrslit clam by Kd Harlow by loa he bv Volunteer K Kd Borlowl 1st by Voburu 2nd dinil by n Mnmlirlno horse tint dam by Miimbrlno Messenger 1eneeJrs2d dam by Gills Vermont Mares grazed ut It per month not riipon slble for accidents or escape should silly occur J Z HIHKINAMOKK llowlaml Ky Antecarlo 226 12Made over Veranlllea track In winning rare Hired by Anleo 2165 Hint aold for tAelO nt public Mila bit Mary Ann by Hnll storm sun of Mambrlno Patches Three two crosses proluwil the Allot SW champion trotting gelding of the world Snd dam by IndeHMidenr son of Andrew Jack on IndeiwndenfeHdiim by AmerUnnHtnr This American star und Andrew Jackson blood In renponnlble for CresceiiM tmt tile champion trolling atnlllon Qf the world You see Antetarlo s two top cro tli nre l1onslble for the fimtesl next crosses lire responsible for thefstest atnl Then you see he la butts bred than niftier of them for he has the blood of both 11001Iilghwelsatins 1111 aluntl ut IU to Insure truant colts apd Is to Insure horse colts BUCK VARNON lllnck Jack with white v lntsa years old 1H linndfl high War breeder und great In dividual A jark of line lone ami fiction Will stand at 110 to insure n living colt Lien retained on colic for money Mates traded or bred to other horses forfeits lnsunsncu and makes season money due All will stnud nt my farm on uttvnhelm pike from Htanford Mnres grazed nl 11 per incntli Once inken to prevent in ideal but notre onKlble should and oc curIIHHUNtHJ11TIiHtnhfonllrFOS strictlyfoPoklpaiilng on our plnuoa mm will prosecute violators to tbe full extent of the taw Alex Cooper Mrs Mnry lep des lira Waller Warren Mm Mottle White Hlmnion llroi Tlnnloy Hpoonninore p W Curler lion Murtln M K Lawrence Iteulicu Iurttf J H locker J 1ittu T A Rice Morgnn Ubapixjll- AinnnUt Hohneffor keen J Jloltzclnw IIW II lit HIIulllnlllle- lCrl1Ulmer Mrs Kntliurlnu Actor Metier A on Ashley 4 OJlanuon Jnrnus N Onsli J Nuvln Carter O M Hack Joseph Ilnllou M II hytlo Mm Jm Ilnlnov HCniuenUrli Dr J u Cnrnontur Mrs llolieccu H Oarpontflr W IMortlii 111 Free H Tlionipion- TliomnnKerrlll Jn IIHklilinure Jmvlii llurton J U Hunch MC IllehiiKlKOU Jo elh Krn t lIu Mnttle IIoMvi Ituln unlnuhBros- Fred VonGruptignn It E flames Traylorlilhurnfooch Fred Itnunmnn Klclmril Hosier lwloy Dunn Henry heater Will Hotter nl Xunnelley llaugtgnnnJW Ddooch V HltlBnoy 0eliVOnsJohnflnnller1kmMrs N II U od C KTnte David Stoveni John J lifer 10 Piirhauu tlotllbOllck HobtKrc rt UhrgtiOnJacobJJ K Loser Mr nudMraJailt Knd S W11l1r OLD BUGGIES MADE NEW I Old Buggies made now Painted and re paired on t Walker All work guaranteed Hhop over AUIrldRO blacksmith shop on t Mnln Htrvet Htanfunl Ky Notice For Rent I Btorvhouio nnd repence combined on Northwest corner Depot ntreet one of the best stands In town on or address THOMAB 0 DAM Htanford Ky Small Farm For Sale I Hltunted on Homeric pike four miles from Htanford Uonlnlna 1W acres flood rcaldencn nnd nbundant outhouses In good repair For further particulars call nt this lee MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No ahA M will meet In atatetl communication on etich IIrI nnd third Monday nlKtitu of each month at Tat oclock In their hull on Main street Minn fonl Ky Members of slater lod3 are fra fennyW urge bar examination acientltlcal itngeyei hyuplOHlatonielliodi Irencrlptionglnaaea ground to order set In an style frame or skeleton mountings work anltafacloolchllrglalllotlerlll n Central Telephone llulldlng II ustonvllle Ky L t roWKL Graduated Optometryat CHESTER JEWEL lahundamy atnblu four mllea Vat of Drab Orrhant at mouth of Codnr Creek nt 115 to Insure n living colt byHerondJewyl byMhntleltli TlhduetMoney due when roll is foaled or mare trndea or NlrI Mere RNtlIIlIItJjl per south II bill will before reinovnl of titans rtpamslbte for accldents or es capes JOHN W 110IMKHOnibOrvli Ky Beau Naboth 45006 By Naboth 1O11O lyNorvalIn J by MrtroDolltnn U7J by llniuUlcton tint dam JoM phlne by Mambrlno Mary1Vlthcrsby Wagner nth dam by Imp Trnnby 7th dam by Thornton Knitter tKlltllngIIUproved lux ublllty to luiuirt his qunlltte to coltWill stand nt the tetra of Kcllx Whit U mllos south of Htnntord utter Somerset pike coltMarea tt nt MM Money due when mnre is trailed or parted with or bred enewhere The best pnrMinul care taken though no r cidents or etonpvi Jl1LTIUHMnanford PRESTON 922 01111 Preston la one of the greatest flvegalted IlrodUlttIand also nt the hone snow n ouUvlltHt Louis and Knnais Oily lit la n brown horse with black points 1M hands high with tine style and very high action Hired by toll M Flat dOlll Hell Itboderlck lot Heconddam by Ifenmnrk It Is u elesn to commuml him eslie pet this counties know hisrecord show horsena a nnd also Jor brvedlng purpose lie will tnnketime season IWXnt my stable In Crab orrhnrd ut to insure u living colt Will keep mures on grass nt ft pt r mouth but uiii riipoaIbie tor accident or vscnpeof stork Heiinoirdue It mare Is tmd or parted will JI IIAIfKV- Cntb rotm- rilhyPAIN antePahlbnmgeetjelse usually At leact 50 MJI Dr Shoop and to prove It he has ctratcd a Utile pink tablet That tablet called Dr fchoopa Headache Tablet IuefectIscharming leads awaylydentufulGentlyt- hough safely It JQual1l8 the blood drcu latlon If you han a headachy Its blood pressure If ts painful periods with women same cause If you are sleepless restless n rrrtu Its blood conirestlon blood pressure That surety U a cenalolJlfor Dr fihoop Headacho Tablet stop and the tableN simply distribute the unnatural blood pressure Bruise your anger and doen t It ret red and well and ouT Of pours It does Its con re Uon blood bresiure Youll find It where pail It alwais Its simply Common Sense Ws soil at a ants fId cheerfully recommend Dr Shoops HeadacHe TabletsPENNYS DRUG STORE Chester S- Tills son of Chester nuke will make thus present MNiMin nt my luint MuKlnni un JlcKhnuey salMldAkburg iilkent tmt- lKfrilltTION Insure t Ilelhy colt 1KIIIIIHKK lie Is II black with star Iii with all the style and IInlIhllrlthrhlle IIcllllIClorsolooking your inures If you ore Imiklng for n ggiMl brtiHlor lit IIvlll price Hired by OIls SnddnmbyIilppy Chester Peavine 3 184 A Hlt Ill offering tilt servlct of this young htnl lion to the putjllo do nut liiltiito tomiV la the bred Middle Ktiillliin that will Iw olTered for service in thin county olds Ylrl- iS his bremllng will how Mired by Nee Pcnvlne 17W he by Hex Mulioiiald 1st lam Mis Madison VM iiho by Chustvr Dnm 2nd dnm by Peavine more oxtonded II Uno will furnl uMl on iipiillcatlon This tuition him the lest blooil of the witldlu harM world In him Moth 2nd darns by IVu klnii crosses twice to lll ckH iilrrel twine to Htonewnll Jackson ono to Dnvt Akin rA With the style nnd finish of hailer Dnre tbe stnmliia And iictlon of 11lie how can hw bawl wrong JIb ulro Hex 1N vlne prouuct d three wlnnerM of last year In K lnu Mill Miitlle llulu and May Ihiy Kwnncl breed to him III tine last Will serve n limited milder of inures nt IJ6 to lunurc allying colt At time Mime title end place will stand three oa good mule jack as sin ba found In tho country nt thu low price of 8 to Insure Aoheydatowltftill the nliove ndvorthed stock whcjr colt la fun led or when man loavesi hiiiuls tT owner nt time afstn Icoor bred toother stock All care taken td prt vent nccldents but not responsible nhoulil any occur priceIL Ky tilaAYSfilY3tx4rss PRIMARY ELECTION NOTICE e r Notice is hereby given that n primary election will lio held ii Lincoln county on Saturday Juno 1908 for the purpose of nomiimtiii n tlcniD crntic candltlnto lor Coubty Jndgo for said county and fur iioiiiinutinp n democratic candidate for magistrate in Stanford Magisterial District baid election to be held as required by law nnd ir the manner inscribed by tho democratic executive committee for wild county which le lie inlloWH At n meeting of the democratic executive committee uf Liiicon count held at Stanford Ky April 18 1008 n quorum uf willcomuuitIeO bung present On motion duly niude and entered it nun indent IIl1dIII rected that a primary election bo held in the manner niucrihcd by law in said county on Saturday June 16 08to name n candidate fur judge in said oounty und fur a Jintico of the IVuco for Stanford iMagistciial District No in raid county saiduketiuu to he held between 0 oclock A M mid 4 oclock p M of raid tiny ne now jirocrili cd by law and at tho various voting nrccinuts and nt tho uniul voting place thereof in said county That at said election nil known recognized demo cnit6who are legal voters in fald county or will bo legal voters nt the No agebyeach candidate shall notify J F Holdain chairman of tho executive com mittee for said county in writing not later than Ifi days next preceding tho Oth day of June 1UU8 the ditto of said primary of his candidacy and paytoestimate expenses of conducting said primary election and each candidate for magistrate shall lIot Holditm in writing of his candidacy amid deposit tho turn of 810 in cash as his portion in defraying said expenses for said primary At tho expiration of the time for tho entrance of candidates propertionatqestimated cost of holding said primary Tho amounts eq paid by each of the candidates at said primary arc to he used in defraying the cqwusca of said primary election mid should there bo a surplus alter paying sumo such stir clecUolIIlIhuulJdidate before tho certificate of nomination Ihalll to given or issued to him In the event titers is but one candidate of the deinoeratio party in said conn ty or district who has announced his candidacy and paid tho sum herein re quired t J R Holdam within the time heretofore rihc then no prl nrniy dtenon slum be held in said county or district nil the clue may bo but time tuid candidate or candidates who shall lane complied with said require pnrtinhas expired within which slid candidates may outer and tho delegates to said convention hull he the democratic executive oounty committee of Liu cnrV ntiniy mad his name duly certified us required by law to the emltytcittrt clerk us the democratic nominee for Judge or Magistrate tts thu case mat lf ami the moneyso paid byraid candidate shall Lie returned to him by said Ilnldam ICKJ any amount that may have loon nucotMrily cxpondod liy said HoldMin or the committee of said oounty III making piouratuns fur said primary The democratic county committee of sufd outinty is leer by authorized and required in not ltd than 10 nor more titan 1i days before said primary election to appoint in the manner preeerihel by law in each precinct of tho county the tjccownry oHicial to cnuduct ald election and to advise eachofficially in writing of their appointment as such at unit fro days before trio election DOliall far M Imeeihlo eachenndidnlo ebnll be represented at each precinct in the appointment of Mill olliciuls und certificate of election ofliccra Thopoll books used in said election shall IreturnlC1 at the time nUll in the manner prescribed by law to J F Hnldam chairman of tho county committee and on tho day fixed by law after said primary thoIcounty committee for Lincoln county shall canvats time returns rand duly tatyto the county court clerk the nominees of wild primary and preserve time returns Ac as is now required by law Tho chairman of the democratio executive committee for said county is empowered and directed to furnish the ballots and nil necessary supplies a4trequired by law for holding said primary J F Holdam Chairman T A Rice Secretary r 200 old to paint and repair Will 1AtW J I1MfORO fl Ftft OfFf TOO MffR i I If you try any of the Diamond Edge Tools you will use no other Every thing branded D E is warranted Good stock to select from t 0 GEORGE He FARRISn THE SAFEST ARD QUICKEST MY TO TRANSFER ONEYIIS DY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE JI FOR RATES APPLY 70 LOCAL MAUA- GEnEASTtENHESSEE j i t TELEPHONE CO JPtV V INCORPORATED I