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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a THE INTERIOF JOURNAL VOL xxxvi STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 1 1908 NO 17 t PREACHERSVILLE t II thompson sold a harness maro to Joe Thompson for 110 Mrs Joo M Lunsford continues quite Mrs Marinda Dlankonshlp has been complaining We had a severe wind and electrical storm hero Sunday night which was followed by two dnys of dogwood win ter Rev G H Wallace an itinerant preacher began a meeting at the Moth odtat church last week but as no interest was manifested in the services by the nightly audiences of from two to a dozen services were postponed until further notice Uncle John Anderaon has a pair of spectacles which were given him by Mrs J L Hutchins and were formerly the property of her ancestors the Carp lylcs The lenses arc said by compo tent authority to be better than any used today They were patented in 1800 Misses Hnlllo Brown and Fannie Thompson attended tho funeral of the formers grandfather Rev Martin Owrnr in Ilockcastlo Mcnefeo El moro is now living on tho Ragan farm which ho recently bought Miss Fran ces Mosicr has returned from a visit to Gilbert Creek relatives William Rigsby the oldest son of Mr and Mrs J II Rlgsby and Miss Dcssle Robins a popular and pretty young lady of tho Urodhead vicinity were mado ono at Rev Ialmetcrs by that gentleman last week Tho groom is n fine fellow and is to be congratu lated on winning tho heart and hand of such an excellent helpmeet Send back that now batch of bill heads They wont do at all said tho milkmanWhy I think theyre very pretty faltered tho clerk What is your objection to them sir Cant you see theyre watermark cd stupid Woman tako her altogether a puzzle that not 1IIa 15 feather a 25 cent hat l CLOTHES XTRAGOOD FOR BOYS EJerlteimtr Stein tt Co Makers IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Price N Pcnlston aged 92 Is dead at Wilmore Tho mother of lion James Garnctt of Columbia is dead Elijah Frye a welltodo Danville Negro dropped dead of apoplexy Frank Hell of sold to Morris II atkins n gjorcroom in Somerset for 7000 Rufus Jones an aged and well known citizen of the Green river section of Adair was found dead in bed He was a victim of heart trouble Circuit court awarded to Mrs J L Rose damages against the Cincinnati Southern for 950 She had engaged a berth from Danvillo to Hendereonvillo last winter and it Is alleged that tho agent misinformed her and caused her to como to Danville in cold weather and after waiting some time sho was compelled to return home Advocate Tho Cincinnati Southern railway has changed its divisions in a manner which wilt reduce tho time of freight trains between Chattanooga and Cin cinnati from twelve to eighteen hours The divisions beginning May will be Chattanooga to Oakdale Oakdolo to Danville Danville to Cincinnati cut ting out Pincknot and Somerset Pas senger schedules will also bo reduced to day We have lost tho tab but remember when last seen it showed that Mr Watterson had used tho words Tho CourierJournal is a Democrat and not a Republican just 13000 times It bobbed up for duty again yesterday and Is likely to show up often during the coming campaign But why this eternal iteration and reiteration Does tho paper doubt its own Democracy like tho rest of us and try to pull tho wool over its own and oth er peoples eyes No other paper professing to be Democratic has so to assert the fact If there was no other criminating and cumulative evidence against it the tiresome rep etition of tho assertion would create a doubt of tho purity of the Democ cornerI a list in your mind of MAKE good qualities you want to find in the boys clothing you buy Then come here and get more than you thought ofin an XTRAGOOD suit Good as it can be stylish as it should be lower priced than it ought to be Sailor Junior and Russian suits in many Cartfullyttilortding tf Norfolk and dtublelrtastcd lullf H J McRoberts NEWS NOTES Charles Chester a millionaire broker shot himself to death in New York cityE P Parrel the woll known Lex ington attorney is critically ill with Brights disease Burglars blqw the safe at the post office at Brookport III and obtained 220 In money and stamps Dr Thomas L Madden ono of tho most eminent physicians in tho South Is dead at his homo in Nashville John Lee Carroll of Maryland was reelected president general of tho So ciety of the Sons of tho Revolution Six men wero killed and about 30 men and women were injured in a collision between Interurban cars near Ypsilanti MichMiss Ella Kernan of Jessamine who was burned two weeks ago while standing before an open grate died of her in plentiful quantities has reach ed tho tornado districts In tho South and relief committees are looking after the wants of tho sufferers Selig Silvcrstcin the anarchist who was injured while attempting to throw n bomb in Union Square New York several weeks ago is dead Joseph Yanceys barn in Mason coun ty was burned and William Washington a Negro is under arrest on the charge of setting fire to the building Martial Haley reached Lexington and sold his tobacco crop Haley lives In Bracken county and was stopped by night riders in Harrison county a week agoTwelve persons lost their lives when the steamer Marion was overturned on the St Francis River in Arkansas by high wind The boat carried a carnival company The Municipal Traction Company tho new holding company of the Cleve land street car lines celebrated the introduction of the Ihree cent faro by giving free service At a blind tiger on Knott Creek Ky Henry Pratt a 13yearold school boy shot and killed Howard Mounts aged 13 The boys were intoxicated and the killing followed a game of cardsAll of the cases against alleged night riders set for trial at Murray wero continued on motion of tho defense until tho fifth day of the August term of court The prosecution announced ready and made an effort to force a trialSquire Tom Jones constable in the Eastern part of Calloway county was indicted by the last grand jury for be ing drunk in the Fiscal Court He ap peared in court and on his own motion was fined 100 Tho squire is also un der indictment as a rider omesItownseveral Colonial buildings making up the Arts and Crafts village Ye Olde Tymo Tavern and tho Philippine reservation and was checked within feet of tho large States exhibit palace Warrants for 12 white men employ ed at tho iron works at Center Furnace Trigg county were sworn out at Cadiz The men are charged with banding together to drive Negroes in tho employ of tho works away from tho commun ity Gen Williams with 16 militiamen is camped near Center Furnace The Devices County hank and Trust Company of Owensboro filed a general deed of assignment naming Henry Clino as assignee Tho Institution declined to receive deposits and suspended cash payments several days ago Tho bank had a capital stock of 200 000 and deposits in the neighborhood of 000000 Four armed men held up guards who wero convoying 18000 from Welch to Dary W Va to pay off the employes of tho United States Coal and Coke Company The money had been ship ped by the McDowell County National Bank at Welch There is no clew to the robbers but a Sheriffs posse is scouring the surrounding country Health Collco Is really tho closest oollco Imitation over yet produced Tills clover colleo substitute was re cently produced by Dr Shoop of Ra oleo WIs Not a grain of real coffee In It either Dr Shoops health coffee is made from pure toasted grains with malt nuts eta Hoally It would fool an expert who might drink it for coffee No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Made in a minute says tho doctor Sold by Pennys Drug Store The Taft managers assert that there will bo but ono ballot for the presiden tial nomination as their man has 605 votes already or 14 more than enough to nominate Lest you forget wo will state that a party by tho name of Fair banks has 26 votes and will bo nn also ran Frankfort Journal New York city pays 75 a year for the rats and mice that the reptiles of Bronx Zoological Park cat BRODHEAD Farmers are busy planting corn Born to the wife of Amos Smith an eightpound boy Owing to tho serious illness of his mother Rev Masters did not till his appointment at the Christian church SundayMrs J H Jarrett who has been with her daughter Mrs Dollie Cornel ius Durango Col for several weeks has returned home D W Clark who shot Elza Longford at Mt Vernon Saturday spent Sunday and Monday hero under guard fearing to remain in Mt Vernon while excite ment was high Since the burning of Herman Friths store that part of town looks a little blank Mr Frith carried a small in surance on the building Just when and where he will rebuild he is unable to say Robert Colyer tho polo man has the contract with the Cumberland Tele phone Co to construct their line from Crab Orchard to Corbin He is camped at this place with about 30 men put ting up poles- Granville Owens of this place and Wm Owens of Spiro and Dr Walker Owens of Pongo are now equal part ners with Manager Graves of the Hansford Telephone Co They have just cpmpletcd a line to the Hiatt neighborhood and several phones have been placed Mrs J W Hutchison and little son James Edward were visiting In Har rods burg G Berry of Lexington was the guest of J Thomas Cherry Mrs R L Colyer of Crab Orchard was with Mrs J R Case Roscoc Griffin and Hugh Cress of Maretsburg and Miss Emma Jones of Hedgeville arc guests of Rev A J Pike A E Albright Mr and Mrs J F Watson and Mrs Ben Pike were at Providence Tuesday to attend the funeral of Rev Martin Owens Rev Martin Owens familiarly known as Uncle Mart passed away last Monday and was buried Tuesday near his home at Providence church in the Glades He had been in falling health for some time was 85 years old and a pioneer minister of the Christian church Ho was a good old man a plain oldfashioned Christian loved by all Rev A J Pike of tho Baptist church preached the funeral sermon subject But He is Risen He was buried by the Masonic fraternities of Mt Vernon Brodhead and Woodstock Uncle Mart leaves several children and a host of grand children CHURCH MATTERS Rev C C Brown of Lancaster will preach at Walnut Flat at 3 oclock Sunday afternoon The floor space of St Peters Rome is 293000 square feet tho greatest of any cathedral in the world The protracted meeting at the Presby terian church was to have closed last night Rev R E C Lawson of Springfield who did the preaching im pressed our people both as an excellent preacher and a good man Services at the Methodist church Sunday school at usual hour Preach lag at 1045 A u Subject Remedy for Soul Sickness Junior League 330 r M Miss Nancy Yeager leader Senior League 715 P M Mrs T D Honey leader Preaching at 745 p M PastorThe revival meeting in progress at tho First Christian church has entered on Its second week with great enthus iasm on the part of both the evangelist and members of the congregation Up to date there have been 22 additions and large and intensely interested au diences have heard the gospel each eve ning Dr Spencers discourses are de lighting all Richmond Register There is a Pink Pain Tablet made by Dr Shoop that will positively stop any pain anywhere In 20 min utes Druggists everywhere sell them as Dr Shoops Headache Tablets but they stop other palus as easily as headache Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets simply coax blood pressure away from pain centersthat is all Pain comes from blood pressure con gestlon Stop that pressure with Dr Shoops Headache Tablets and pain Is instantly gone 20 Tablets 25o Sold by Pennys Drug Store Tho Itinerary of tho Atlantic battle ship fleet for its long trip to the Philippines China and Japan has been ap proved by President Roosevelt The fleet will sail from San Francisco July 7 and will travel approximately 42500 miles when it arrives at Hampton Roads on February 22 next The jour ney from Honolulu to Auckland 3850 miles will be made without stopping for coal Army and navy officers in Germany aro obliged to make a deposit of 7600 with tho Government before they are permitted to marry This draws an in come per cent and at death is re funded to the family of heirs 1rigFor Men Boys and ChildrentOur stock is larger and more complete than ever before BuyiaGriffon BrandSpring Suit and have the best for your money in f quality and style and I makeWe all the latest fabrics in brown tau grey stipes and plaids Come and See our clothes before you buy elsewhere and be convinced of the quality of our goods SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc J r TIME and PLACE We want to tell you the time and place to buy your Spring apparel when in Somerset You ought to know by this time fthat LEVENSON BROS have the most complete line of Gents Furnishings Boys and Childrens Suits anti Shoes and Ladies Shoes to bo found in the city We invite you to come and bo convinced LEVENSON BROS SomersetKy Three Story Brick Opp fcwtonian Hotel Phone 441 1 I A Smile That Wont Come OffA- ll of my customers have this smile when they visit my CUT PRICE SALE 1 must reduce mystock My loss is your gain This includes Calicoes Ginghams Shirtings and nlI Cottous Mycut price in hoes will be a wonder to you This tichides Slippers No attention paid to cost 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 and lOc line They nr6 wonders My stock of Clothing on the market at cost In Millinery our styles and prices will certainly please you4 with us willlgo as far as- S 5 elsewhere Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter Perfect Heat Hot water heating is perfect with tho exception of this The mosquitos will bite you sonic during Winter If you can put up with that thou let Aldridgo heat your home so that you can enjoy all your rooms Hot water heating is clean economical and regular No sudden changes in temperature You will save enough in Coal Comfort and Health ta pay for the outfit in a few yearsiSH ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky i Screen Doors Screen Windows and Screen Cloth at Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky The Interior Journal L Co WALTON JOHN J MOSER Is n candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject to the action of the Democratic party M BRUCE Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count subject to the action of the Democrat party L JAMES C HAYS It a candidate for jailer of Lincoln count subject to the action of the Democratic OCALLEN Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln conn ty subject to the action of the Democratic party DINK FARMER ttoa candidate for Jailer of Lincoln counts abject to the action of the democratic party J W FOLEY li a candidate for Assassorof Lincoln coup ly subject to the ctlon of the democratic party W1 MCARTY- Is n candidate for hherlff of Lincoln county subject t9 the action of the democratic partyr M S BAUGHMAN Ii a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JRt Is n candidate for the nomination for Judge of the Lincoln County Court subject action of the democratic party JAMESMKECHNIE- II a candidate for In the Stanford district subject to the democratic primary of June DEMOCRATIC j TICKET For Congress HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county TUB Prison Commissioners answer every charge made by Warden George Chinn who was requested to resign and later removed They claim that the men in the penitentiary were in a demoralized disorganized condition under Mr Chinns supervision and intimate that he was more of a humanitarian than a utilitarian with the lawless gang he had to control The charge is also made by them that Warden Chinn ad vised with the convicts ns to manag- ment of affairs rather than with the assistant warden and guards and seem ed averse to any suggestions from the latter Letters from the HogeMont gomeryCo which concern employed some 600 or 700 convicts were reproduced showing that the labor of the men under Warden Chinns regime was most unsatisfactory while under bo his predecessor and successor the work was satisfactory The Commissioners deny that a bloody strap was used to e inflict punishment and that the lashes the prisoners received were no morose vere than than was absolutely necessa ry Concerning the charge that a we man was whipped they say that a very portly Negro woman made an effort to destroy one of the guards and she was given 10 lashes and that her clothes I were not removed Guard Madigan who they say Is not only a good guard but an expert with convict labor threatened to leave if he was not given 100 per month The pay of the prison 1guards is 75 and rather than have Madigan quit the HogeMontgomery Co offered to pay him the extra 25 per month This was agreeable to the Commissioners and they did so for four months Hon Eli Brown whQ is charg iedby the Ex Warden as being an at for the company above mentioned denies the charge in toto He says he did receive some money from a life insurance company in which he carried l a policy He was asked by the ny to assist its attorney in preventing the said company from being ousted from the State of Kentucky He com plied with the request and the compa ny forwarded him a check for his services Mr Brown says that if Mr Chinn had been as desirous of finding circulatingiexisting conditions We know Mr Chinn better than we do any of the Prison Commissioners and further that hisIconstrained to the belief that he hadI the wrong conception as to the management of the class of people ho had to deal with Such vicious individuals yield better to the persuasion of the rod than to gentle words and if Mr Chinn believed he could rule such a gang by love and gentle words we are not surprised that ho was not a success as warden COL R M JACKSON of London one of the biggest and best democrats in the Eleventh district is being urged byI his legion of friends to make the race for delegate to tho Denver Convention and he has concluded to shy his castor in the ring There is no such word as failure in Col Jackson vocabulary andI now that he has consented to enter the race theres nothing to it but that he will win He is not only a fine gentle man and excellent business man but a good politician and as a delegate his services would of great help to tho Kentucky delegation We and believe he will be given tho honor he seeks 1 h Yadt h JOHN NORRIS representing the Amer ican Newspaper Publishers Association appeared before the House committee which is investigating the price of print paper and laid before the committee evidence to sustain the charge of the publishers that prices are controlled by an agreement among the mills that prices have been steadily raised and that unity of action exists among the agentso A PUBLIC building in Stanford would look mighty good Congressman Helm Cant you get us one 1 aRUSTONVILLE The Hustonvillo ball team defeated Middleburgs nine hero Saturday by a score of 7 to 6 John Steelo Carpenter and son have returned from Tampa Fla where they spent tho winter The barn of Wm C Linthicum near Olympian Springs was blown down by the gale on Saturday night Messrs Wm Palmer of Pittsburg Pa Henry Bohon and John Williams of Harrodsburg were guests of Mrs Sue Jones Joe B Williams was seriously injur ed a few days ago by a horse throwing him in his barn lot We hope hewill soon recover preserv2Spanish Ferdin VII in 1303 Ho found it ih Pu laski county 14 years ago Matt Sharp and Miss Effio Rains were married Wednesday at no home of the brides parents near Kidds Store Mr Sharp Is carrier on tha star route from Liberty to Moreland Rev Carey Randolph Blain who suc ceeds Rev S B as pastor o the Presbyterian church will preach his first sermon here on the secon Sunday in May Alt invited The ladies of the Baptist church Hustonville will hold an exchange a the Newton Hotel Saturday when they will have Jots of good things to sell Ices will be served Go and help the excellent cause along Twentyfive years ago this May W 0 Speed set the first crop of Burley tobacco ever raised in Lincoln county He put in five acres on the Reid farm and used an old stylo cider press in pressing and received 8c per pound fa it at the Bodman house in Cincinnati pleasedeMrs Lutle Eubanks Carter and son of Lawrenceburg are visiting Mr and Mrs J M Eubanks her parents Mrs Isaac Haldi of the Jumbo sec tion is visiting her daughter in Louis ville Uriah Dunn landed at home the other day after a 10 days horseback ride from Barnwell S C 1Mrs Burdette Williams class in mu sic and elocution gave a splendid enter tainment at opera house Friday night to a good audience despite the ton tln ued rain She leaves soon for a short stay in Ohio and from there she will visit her parents in Spokane Wash where she will spend the Summer The days of my ministry in Huston vine are accomplished Before I leave for my new field of labor I wish to acknowledge with deepest gratitude the courtesies the sincere friendshi and hearty cooperation of all m friends in this community and this county I shall never fo et my friends in Lincoln county whdhave contributed so much to my comfort and pleasure while I was a resident of it I am especially grateful to INTERIOR JOUR NAL and Mr W R Williams tho local correspondent for their consideration for me and my work by according my announcements a place in their columns By their courtesy the com munity has been kept advised of our services and the work we were trying to do I trust in future years we shall be associated again and as pleasantly- as during the past years but if never again in this world then in the next And there I hope to see all my friends in that land where there is no more partings from those whom we love S B Lander POLITICAL R G Petrey has been appointed postmaster at Tinsley Bell county New Jersey democrats selected dele gates to the Denver Convention but did not instruct them A 0 Stanley was nominated for Con gress for the fourth time1 by the Democrats of the Second Kentucky district In a row at the South Carolina repub lican convention at Columbia Collector Capers threw a Negro from the plat formThe allies are putting up a strong fight against Taft in the South and his managers are not so confident as they have been Colorado republicans in session at Pueblo selected a delegation to theI Chicago convention pledged to vote as unit for Taft Tho District of Columbia appropria tion bill was passed by the Senate It carries appropriations aggregating about 11 500000 The republican State Central Com mittee of Oregon unanimously indorsed the candidacy of Secretary Taft for the nomination for presiden- tIt is the talk in Washington that the action of Congress on the presidents message was intended as a to the president for his scolding State papers pyyb Yesa + e Vermont Republicans selected an un instructed delegation to the Chicago conventionRepresentative Joseph L Rhinock will ask tho nomination for Congress again in the sixth district In a speech in the House Minority Leader Williams said that the democratic filibuster would continue until the House decided to consider tho cam paign publicity bill a bill putting prin on tho free list and the antiin junction bill The Ohio Senate has adopted the House joint resolution provldin for an investigation of the affairs of the city of Cleveland by a committee to bacon posed of three republican members o the House and three mem bers of the Senate GILBERT CREEK BARGAIN STORE Tnke no onol wont for it but come anti see my new HprtiiR Hulls Also rioot Moods vegratefulr D J SMITH Have your colt castrated by T P Gross Crab Orch ard Ky The well known castrator ot horloldocto arge lor examination orscientltleal tj ng eyes by uptodate methods lre scrlptmn glasses ground to order set In any style frame or skeleton mountings work and material guaranteed mtlt factory charges moderate Permanently Central Telephone Building lluntonvllle Ky L l POWKM OptoUlltrIdPEYTONMy nile mule jack will make the present iIp4tolnurenllytsider him an extra good mule Jack His mules round up when matured right at It hands high Also a tine black Ja- ckTURNER with white points 15 hands I Inch will permitted to nervu mares at to Insure a Woo his colts on my farm they are extra good I have two young lack Hunrlso and Midday that will serve u few mans gratis My Wllkes hor- seIndependence Chief otnlvrsataltra lat dam by iambetta Wllkes with live pro ducing dams and sired Chief IS BKI fUS1orelnndKr AN ORDINANCE An ordinance to require liotb sides of Dan ville street in Htunford Ky to be pavvd pavementThe of Htanford Ky do ordain as follows That the West ddeotlhmnvllletrertlnBtanlord gllllling at the Yrd gate of W 3 Bright opening on said street and running to tinMouth east corner of tile lot of John llrlght HroneabdstreetnfldIncluding all of Mime between these that the East side of said street beginning nt the North west corner of the yard of J N Haunderson said street and running to the Northwest corner of the land of Mrs Julia M Hlms lying on said street where corners with and- Of ItO Wnrren hole and Including all of mild street be paved with n concrete pavementllv feet wide In cluding the curbing which Is to be six inches wide which work shall be doue by and at the cost of the abutting land owners and they are allowed day sin which to do said work fromand utter the service of n copy of thlsordlnnncnon them It they profer to make the Improvements named themselves each lund owner to tay for W flinch of said as fronts his property neconlingp byloose cinders seven Inches thick to lie talllp ed to a thickness of five Inches This to be- coend with six Inchll of routing cone posed of six carts of crushed stone toppldcrushed stone to one part of Portland ce ment the wholo pavement to be 12 Inches In The surface of the pavement Is to bo smoothed orT with a trowel supurvlsionof the pavement to lw Sized by said com mittee The curbing Is to he of the same material the pavement This ordinance shall take enecL from and after Its publica plucciInMayorL How to Cure Liver Trouble There are usually several ways to do a given thing but it is the aim with all of us to find the best and shortest way It is just so in the cure of disease People suffering from liver trouble imagine that all they have to do Is to take something that will physic them There Is more than that In the cure of so serious a disorder as liver trouble When that drowsr cloned up feeling comes on you go to a drug store and oak for u 60 cent Pepsinrakenot only clean out the bowels and stimulate the liver but It will get the blood to circulating so that you feel actlTe again and arouse the func lions of the stomach so that your appetite re turns and you feel like your old self Main A simple laxative or purgative could not do that- Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin Is not only a won derful laxative but U has onto properties so that unlike so many other things Instead of leaving you weak and drawn It build you up and strengthens you It does not gripe It acts smoothly oiling the Intestines no thaetbe passage Is smooth and agreeable It Is gentle but effective pleasant to the taste and pure In quality It Is on excellent economical tome Cure and its results are per manent It Is absolutely guaranteed to do what Is claimed for It COOUtlitlOndrpeplaach bloated stomach flatulency diarrhea and the dozen and one other ills of the stomach liver and Bowels UA the greatest of household remedies and no family should be without It because In a family someone at any moment may need such a laxative and then predate having Dr Caldwtlls Syrup Pepsinin the house CREC TCCT Those wishing to try Drczld buyIngsddrMilsg tile company This offer Is to prove that the remedy do u we claim and only opts to those biro never taW It Send for It If you have say symptoms of stomach liver or bowel disease Gentlest yet most eflectlv Uxtttvo for children women and old THErusuoproductbearsPEPSIN SYRUP 80 119 Galifwetl Bldg Montloello III Notice For Rent 1Ietore house and residence on Northwest corner Depot street one of the best stands In town Call on or address THOMAS 0 HALL Btnntord Ky StonewallJackson JrThis One black Paddle Htalllou was sired b the scent saddle breeding stallion Old Stonewall This colts dam waan Denmark mare He Is a nice colt Ho has colts to prove his Rood breeding Will stand inarota made to stand by the Imprtttnntor Billy Breckinridge SIeJoJohnmake tho season of dun at my darn at W to Insure a colt until weaning Uluo Ills gel hlfATiTrnylorHoiti IUasant Hill breed lnjffnrin Hlnntonl It K D No Dorsey Golddust 12052 Full brother toKstello 2194j Hired by byOoltlenSlinguChiefMorgan on tiolh stiles mnktnit him an tensely htbrulSlorgnnstallion IioisadartImy la had selghslxuamend As breeder he has few equals n pruvunnnd unl form breeder of highelms know and n nt hereof his get having told lor II and yenr oldsedy tarn brokenmg ow ruUlnni have sold In the poet your for ill average of Dorsey loldduit will make tho present seiuout my form near Htanfonl at tsu t Insure n living colt Also a lunte and line young Jack n grand son of Tom Krone and Joe llluckburn nt to Insure a living colt Mure kept at loo respondnllltyP UU1D DnnvllleKy DON V This ARRICKI wilt make tbolHtanford Ky better known as the Dr 1h1- placet at IIS to iniurti a living colt lb nilInl1Iuolu1JUItrthnllnrd tby Unwanl one of the very best sons of IIIIItrl1OUheat race defeating such talent as HusloIJay Srt H and Chain idiot The same ho won the llnnner Memorial and Masse chusetts In broken heats Don Vnrrlckn 1st dnm by Wllkes Hoy by leorgo Wllkesand a full sister to Tho Wag SIftW tlld dam Mary bY JlolIlllIre KuttelliH dam of Mad line she the dam of Rubber 110 Winchester i Hilly IVllton2mniwlMis II SSI This rich Inheritance of speed ami blood linen should appeal to the public who wlohes tit breed Mates kept at per day All care taken but will not be responsible for accidents or escapes D1UUO IKltllV Htnnford GALTON 12910 Heason of H X Hire of Onlln l 1IPh Al llurns l1Ij and six others with trials from gas to rId those are the that wereever hand lei for speed Afro the sire of one dom with one In the too list Hlredly OanWttaVl- lke2t9Ythesireof2trinthesalist Id In XIOnnU better to be the greatest sire In the world lit dam Baldly Field 2ftH 1byy EnpeldlI9 nofof from tonint- lOtiambyhteeleysAmerlcnnBier Kntleld JSU 6 In too daughters haw m In StfM or better Xnd dam Quickstep h Ken 1UeKlrlllreJlruoIJI I7H Lefi the 23 lIteel dam by old Joe slro of time dam of J Q 2iliUuiton carries the blood of four leading families Hambletonlnn Wllken Mambrlno Chief and heelvs Alllur cRn Htar Ualton s colts havegoneagalnitanddefejtt ed the butt In harness classes and roadster rings they are In great demand soling as hlRU aSlOt maturity yearlings torn to a dauon will stand at umy humb- leinlleewest of Hustonville on Hrudfords vllle pike at SIS to Insure a living colt Mon due If inaro U traded alter wing bred 1lenty of grass at StJtO per month sn veil expressly for mares no other stack mlxel with mares have grass lots and large stables for mures to foal Grain fed at cost hone In residence li ExchangeW Huitonvllle Ky ALMONT DARE ltogiatered In AH II It Shred by Dignity flare liSt A II Ita He by Chester Dnre lu lie by Black HltilrreW he by IHiirkKncleTl ho by King Wll llninOT lUuln vol ATH ItshebyAldnllulm Miimbrlno b by AlmOntKSitmldnm Lwly Dnvl by frit Davis b llourbon ChleR Sal dam Mottle K by Foreign Light by Foreigner by Import PlI Qlenco UhHlam IJcltls 0 by running ltnporkdIluazartinblo to dlacoverIsthenratborw01ancord hav- Ing to his credit the honor of defeating with his own pro those of his gnat sire Dig nlty Dare doing so last year every tlmo coming In contact with them As an Indi vidual this Is a very attractive hone stand ing hand with great style A beautiful hay with manners unparulellfd even by a filly A rcnmrknble snow horse In humous under saddle HhuwsS distinct saddle gnlts nil very mitt and pleasant with coed of n 3 minute clip In harness One cannot lltllllelUllIIljImll i times es FllnnnpllhlckfistTntvelrr opportunltytolureellouneofAmurlcntbest Will also stand two good mute Jack at pi each Will make the nonson of Wt at my pineo I milesfronthiustonvllleoniiuston yule amid Liberty turnpike Grass furnished In iibundnnco at ft pr month Not respon sible for accidents KB FOWKLL Ilustonvlhie Ky Morgan Denmark This fine stallion will mnko time present season at the low price of eight dollars to insure a living colt Ho has more Denmark blood than any living stallion as will be shown by his pedigree Denmarkstallionwas sired by the On Tune whose pedigree traces lack to tho Imported Morgan Denmark first dam Lady Morgan wits one of the bI addle show mares In Kentucky Hhewus sired by Htonewall Jackson JK BAUGHMAN Black Jack with while points 10y hands high large humid and ears heavy liono was sired byTnrkingtonsNn leon J ICisaim proellllIreInsure a living colt Jennets same terms as mares JOHNTho noted Haul Oochran Jack tins lawn IIholllIntilluctiontho low price to n You run no risk In patronizing such u Jack BULL Will stand a tine Polled Angus bull nt one dollar at the gate He lens proven an excellent breeder The above mentioned stock will stand at my born one mile North of 1renchorsvllle on the I4incuster and Crab Orchard pike Stares and Jennets grazed at n reasonable alljimmieslIde should accidents occur NoLIlastin I HRTS 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 fli5 6 75O or a STRAW YACHT the dressiest of all Straw Hats ati ulIoo 200 and 300 Each f THElthe real things Of course we always carryithe staple styles and the old reliable STET SON at 350 450 and5aOO t J We are the HAT people if you do not now believe it come and see H J McROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY FISHING TACKLE Reels 60 cents to 750 Reel Poles 75 cents to 225 Minnow Seines 100 to 135 Cane Poles 5 cents to 10 cents We have everything for the fisher men See our window PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky FOR SALE dillNo 310A 50bnrrel Flouring Roller in an old established location on two railroads and in iiuest wheat belt State Fine custom trade Do ing fine business Price 5500 ij No 317 Steam Urick lant of 40000 capacity and 12Iacres land fine equipments and some in Somerset to exchaugol proposition for fine blue gross farm in good nicejroperty you to investigate this No 313118acre farm one mile county joins railroad fourroom frame cottage and outbuildings good orchard fine water land lays well and produces 7 to 10 barrels of corn per acre Price 81JOp I INo 319187 acres four miles west of Maryland New 3room cottage andoutbuildings tobacco barn 32x98 feet i0 acres timber poplar nell nudoak Products 10 barrels corn per acre and in tobacco Price 823- per acre Half cash balance in 1 2 and 3 years 1No 31550 acres 11 in timber 3 miles west of Moreland ono house 3 rooms one 2room tobacco barn SCxCO feet Land products 1000 pounds tobacco per acre Price 81500 IF YOU WANT TO SELL BUY OL TRADE ANYTHING WRITE TO U- SSomersetReal Estate Agency I Somerset Ky 1Fornllwool Carpets 63c to 75c 75c to 110 For Brussels mid Velvet Carpet made to fit the floor 12 l2c to 50c For Japun and China Mattings New Jnp Mattings juef in 11 to 25 For Brussels and Axniinttor Druggets in the now fD08 patterns 1 SEVERANCE STANFORD SouthEastDepot I KY MAY 1008 ISTANfOltD Flakes aro mado from tho red cedar and arc a auto protection oltalnst moths Hic a package ennys drug store PERSONALS MRs T S RAMEY continues III I Miss ANNIE D MCROIIERTS contin miss quito ill Mns J S HUNDLEY went dowrt to Dullitt county Tuesday MR M B EUIIANKS has had u eovcr- tussle with rheumatism MESSRS M S BAUOIIMAN and II G Lutes wero in Lebanon this week Mn AND MRS A C ROUINSON of Lancaster passed through to Loulsvillo t Tuesday MRS W W WALTER and little son Joseph of Klngsvllle arc with Miss Mollie Walter REV W S GIUNSTEAD of Ver sallies Is with his daughter Mrs Kathleen Beazlcy MR AND MRS A ADDAMS and Mrs Margaret James of Crab Orchard Wednesday here IIIapent MARY WILSON of Crab Orch attending East Kentucky Nor mol School at Richmond NEWS comes from Simnaaho Oregon that Mr Robert T Lewis formerly of place Is III with typhoid fever J B WlLUS of Crab Orchard 1thla through Wednesday to visit red at Nicholasvillo and Lexington J Fox DUDDERAR now head quartered at Lebanon Junction spent several days with the homefolks here Mn L C ALCORN of Greonsburg passed through to Hustonvillo Wednesday to attend the AlcornSpaldlng wed dinMns W II MoKiNNEY and little Miss Nancy Katherine McKinney went t Middlcsboro Wednesday to visit Mrs W N Craig LOCALS RINK tonight GARDEN hoes hose rakes mattocks Farris INEW shipment of Pioneer Fence jut Eo T Pence 2U ALL paper furniture polish an IW at Tribble Pences Nrw lot of Merry dewSailors just in Miss Frances VanUevccrr cleaned dyed and repaired 11CWTIIFsFarmers barber shop anJ childrens Oxfords Stock is complete Cummins Wear en Tilt rink will bo open tonight for probably the last time Better bo on hand f e FOR SALBExtra tine single comb white Leghorn eggs W B McRob Ierts Stanford I HANDLE tho Genuine Virginia saddle Have them in stock now J C McClary Stanford r PURE S C Brown Leghorn eggs for sale Write or phone Mrs Robert L Berry Hustonville Ky BUY a Hart SchafTner Marx suit then you know you will have a good one Cummins Weorch THOSE owing the Stanford Drug Co will please settle The business must be closed up in a few weeks This 4means youlf you owo the firm HURRAH for Helm andJohnson writes our old friend Mr S H Marl tin of Mt Vernon as he encloses sub- scriptlon money to April 1 1909 FINED Llgo Green and Bob Rains for disorderly conduct at the tent show Saturday night wero fined 20 and 50 days In jail each They wero tried be fore Judge W A Tribble YESTERDAY was a most disagreeable day rain hall and snow falling alternately Prospect for clearing weather I was good when we went to press and there was great fear of frost last hI hti EVERYBODY seems to bo on the qul vive awaiting for May 7 on which oc lcasion the Sun Brothers Greater Pro gressive Shows will appear at More land It Is said to bo one of the cleanest ibest tented shows now traveling Thei newspapers everywhere it has appear i v cd this season speak well of It The J show travels by special service in its own special train of railway cars ATTEND tho rink tonight SHE tho D E Lawn Mower before you buy George H Farris JULIA STEPHENSON tho aged mother of Lindsay Stephenson colored died and was burl d Wednesday MONEY22000 tloan first mort gage on real estate with clear title Address box 120 Lexington Ky Tin L willrunes another excur sion to LouUvlllo from Stanford on roundotrip LOST a book containing the minutes and records of thu Hustonvillo Coma KetlrewardTill Goshen Telephone Co has been Incorporated Tho capital stock is tOO and tho incorporators arc Messrs S JI Hell J bh and LIlburrTCooch TUB Creamery received 4000 pounds of milk Monday tho largest in tho his tory of tho enterprise Tho Creamery is coming by leaps and bounds VEGETABLES have not gone up but are selling cheaper than ever Phone No 121 and 37 when you want vege tables delivered J W Brackett the boss gardener Miss GERTRUDE CARUBLL was ad judged of unsound mind a few days ago in Judge Owslcys court nnd was taken to Lakeland Tuesday by MUs Gentry an attendant at that institution WE will deliver Ice cinywhero in tho city limits If you aro not a customer phone your order In tho noon for next morning delivery B F Rout Mgr Water Light Ice Co ITilE early gardeners should remember that a heavy snow fell on May 20 1891 and that tho writer is not yet over The bad weather of yesterday may bo but a skirmish to what we aro to have yet Afew sparrows and blos soms do not make Spring RED lemonade peanuts toy balloons and many of our country cousins hold ing hands will bo in evidence at More land Thursday May 7 This Is the day for Brothersdmyriad of amazing trained animal wonders clever acts and glorious tented sights Get ready to go WE are sending out statements to all of our delinquent subscribers Un der a recent ruling of the postoffice department it is an offense to send a semiweekly paper to any subscriber who Is more than nino months areare Wo aro not especially fond of paying fines and those of our atrons who do not remit within 10 days fro tho time tho statements are sent ma not be surprised at their papers bein discontinued MR R P ADAMS who travois for Bryan Day Hunt the Lexington grocers doesnt mind tho hardships that sometimes befall a traveling sales man nor does he let small things deter him Some time ago ha went to Sci enco Hill on the train and intended to get a rig there to drive to McKinney and work tho towns en route No rig could be secured so he started out afoot and kept hooting it until McKinney some 20 mllea distant was reached Such men aro bound to succeed and it Is no wonder that Dobas his friends call him sells such stacks of goods CHARGED WITII WRITING THREATEN ING LETTERH Jesse Underwood tho adopted son of Mr John Underwood of tho Hubble section was arrested Tues day on tho charge of writing threaten ing letters to several of our prominent countymen He gave bond for his appearance for trial this morning Letters wero received eomo four or five weeks ago and they were given to the postal authorities Detectives wero sent by Uncle Sam and ns they had young Underwood arrested we suppose they are prepared to fasten tho guilt on him Underwood is about 18 years old and we have never heard of him being in trouble before The charge is a serious one and if young Under wood is proven guilty he is in for it sure and certain We are told that one of the detectives claimed to be hunting jack stock and the other was a farmhand The latter feigned illiteracy and secured Underwoods assistance in writing a The handwriting is very similar to that of the threatening let lets The Drudgery of House Gleaning is lightened by the anticipation of the new and clean taking the place of the old and worn Its a great pleasure to brighten up with a new Carpet npw Curtains Hugs itc Wo have the necessaries to make your homo pretty and at reasonable prices too New Battings Druggets Rugs Curtains Shades Ac SONWANTED two paper hangers and a painter Goyen Freeman Stanford TWELVE volumes of Confederate Military History for sale S 1 Gray Stanford COMPLETE line of Doering machinery mowers binders rakesJ L Bcaz ley Co ELZA LANOFOim who was shot Mt t Vernon byExDeputy Sheriff Clark is still alive and may recover Ho was shot twice in tho head it will remembered boI MATRIMONIAL At Newport News Va Robert Haley and Miss Dora Jones each 1C were made one Ed Wnddell aged 21 and Miss Judic Belcher sweet 1C were married at Crab Orchard yesterday Joshua Willson and Miss Minnie May Lawrence each 17 years old were married near Deo Lick yesterday Mrs Mario Williams Wearen was married in Lexington at the Catholic Parsonage to Mr Frank J Mansfield of Tidionto Pa Mr Liberty Green and Miss Myrtlo Robertson of Lexing ton acted as attendants The happy couple after a wedding breakfast at tho Eureka House where tho groom boarded left via Cincinnati for a bridal trip to the grooms homo in Pennsylva nla The bride is a daughter of Mr W R Williams of Hustonville and is well known here where she lived a year or so- Thomas D Best one of tho cleverest men in Lincoln and Miss Alice JrSpears both of tho Moreland section drovo to Danville Wednesday afternoon and were married by Eld H C Gar rison They returned to Mr Bests pretty residence at Moreland and are now at homo to their friends The groom is n bighearted industrious an prosperous farmer and is very popular with all classes while his bride is said to bo a most charming woman We hear that Tom has secured a help- meet in all the word means and we heartily congratulate him on his good luck May ho and his bride be always as happy as they are now In this beauti ful springtime Bascom Phelfrey of Palntsyille Johnson county and Miss Beulah Car son of Stanford daughter of Mr W A Carson wero married at Richmond at Mr Clark Ricos Wednesday morn ing at 8 oclock in tho presence of a few intimate friends the ceremony being performed by Prof E C McDougal Mr Phelfrey met Miss Carson at tho tonbe a case of love at first sight Mr Phelfrey is ono ofJohnson countys best atmtractivo young lady The bride and Thursdaygn Johnson county whero they will reside The happy couple have tho best wishes of tho members of tho State Normal faculty and their fellow studentsA ALCORNSPALDING On Wednesday evening Miss Ann Catherine Alcorn was married to Mr Hill Spalding an attorney of tho Louisville bar The- wedding was celebrated at the homq o the brides father Dr Edward Alcorn at Ilustonvillo Rov Alfred Alcorn HIggIns officiated The maid of honor was Miss Ada GIvens Alcorn tho brides sister Tho marriage ring was borne by Miss Caroline Leech of Lou isvlllo Mr Spalding was accompanied by Mr John Stites his law partner Mr Carey Peter and Dr Clem Spald ing oflLouisvillo The ceremony was witnessed only by the nearest kinsfolk and closest friends of Mr Spalding and his bride It was tho quiet sweet and dignified homo wedding of a sweet and charming young woman held apart from tho idle gaze of the curious world The ceremony was a beautifulone and the joining of their lives in marri age by the young minister of God who is the near kinsman of them both add ed a sweet touch of sentiment that made the occasion a happy wedding day indeed At tho conclusion of the reception following tho marriage amid tho shower of rice of happy congratulations and the calls of loving fare wells Mr and Mrs Spalding left for an extended visit to the Southern cities The Second district republicans structed for Fairbanks for president after throwing out tho Taft contesting delegation from Christian by a voto of 95 to 38 ITho Mississippi Republican State Convention at Jackson elected Taft delegates The Foraker element was shutout but held a separate convention naming delegates and instructing them for Foraker The Republicans of Pennsylvania in convention at Harrisburg reaffirmed tho action Taken last year in indorsing Senator Philander C Knox for the presidential nomination- A small child of Mike Rogers of Garrard followed some little playmates to Dix River tumbled in head foremost and was drowned Adjutant General P P Johnston is a member of tho American Society of Equity and his tobacco is pooled with tho Burley Society Cold weather is prevailing in North ern Texas and the Panhandle Snow fell Wednesday in Wichita county NOTICE I All pcrtion who been and nre now trespassing on the public roiulu of Lin coin county Ky by obstructing limo blRbway In any manner are hereby notified to prowcute Denbaasni rite Lightning WindWorm Life and tho HTUONOKHT Rod 8K IT Companies llepresonted Lowest los llbn Lots raying Ileo- ra Uo ouallieedd Talk with VIAHONY Stanford Kentucky Ueildonctt Phone No HI Adorinas Is n handsome large young Jersey Bull de scended from n long and unbroken line of the most noted bulls and cows on the Is land of Jersey KiiKlniu and America Ills sire Is one of the wit bullsevcr Imported mind his damn Is n show row Shut II J IMisome Ancestor nod have II good cow you should avail yourself of his scr vice He will bo allowed to servo it ItmltiHl outdPencil Make engagement before sending cow to be bred A OTTKlt KyNbull calves that will be sold at right prices Sale of Blue Grass Land and Per sonalty As executor of Samuel It Duddernr will on JITIIUIIBDAY MAY H lad beginning ot 9 oclock AM ut his late about one hnU mile fromchurch in I4ncolucountyKynner for at public outcry his liamenlace being n tine Iilue crass fnrlll of nbout 825 acres Inn high storytranedwellin8sary outbuildings and well f about acres of good lilueiraeauttl1IIho IIIIJlrOedtIIbout mile Kast of Goshen following pemonal proter Four aged work mulesV2yenrold cut lie n lot of cows nod calves hogs sows trod pigs about as bushels ot wheat 8yearllnllcnutlnllklnd of 00l1 farming nod nntchdn cry houllIolllInd kitchen furniture of nil kinds S Interest In stock scales 19 hams aulctes id shoulders I surrey I buggy bar ness saddle wagon III shares of stock In tho Unrrard Hank and Trust Oo and shares of stork In the First National Hank thlllgiInow to as soon ns the terms of sale are compiled with Terms will be announced on day of sato Dinner will be furnished on time grounds AO KOimiHOX Executor of Hamuel Dudderur J Chandler Auctioneer H 150 CINCINNATI AND RETURN VIA- l QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Ul TD lY May 3rd SPECIAL TRAIN Leaving Junction City 600 AM ASK TICKET ALERT FARTICUURSi 50c to 850For Swiss Nottingham nnd Irish Point Curtains l 25c For choice of a dozen pieces extra good Rag Carpets 10c For Oak or White Curtain Poles 1Oc to 25c For Curtain Swiss IS in dots and figures inand- m Streets f Fox rellI t Childrens Shoes and or Oxfords l i Wo have added to our line of Ladies Furnishing Goods and Dry Goods one of the most uptodato lines of Childrens Shoes nnd Oxfords that tho market can afford in Tans Patent Leath er and Fancy Tops of every description Every pair full vamps JrieesIranging from 75c to 8200 Call in and let us show you what we have Wi W TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court HouseI STANFORD KENTUCKY Sheep Dip and Sheep Shears was s WesH0 HIGG1NS s Stanford Kentucky the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 SH SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER JOHN 0 REID BOOKKEEPER H C CARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEPR DIRECTORS J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Gee W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford John P Cash TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachorsville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts CreekI Pirst 9lational 2nk Stanford RoY r Organized SS2 Capital iStoe 430 000 Surplus and Wnttiuicttii Proffit f 9 000 as paid in 3loidands since Organization f2l500ttfnvito low jfccounts on Our Ttye s OFFICERS DIRECTORS i BaugbmanJS T Harris VicePresident S H Baughman J F Cummins John JMcRoberts CashierSSTHarris James Robinson HocktrII J The Interior Journal 2 r Bred in the PottOffice ol JStanford NeQndclau matln rUaUBBBO TUESDAYS AND FIIIIXVX AT 100 PER YEAR CASH IWWhen not to paid tSOO will be charged Rhode Island Red Eggs llhode Island Red Eggs 11m for IS II for 45 p60 for ion I nm agent for Cyphers lu cuoolora and 11roootn1I1 r L 11000K Stanford Ky B D CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phone 96- STANFORDKENTUCKY 10 REWARD I For the nrrett und conviction of any person trespassing farm day or night or doing tiJury to stock In traveling the pub Ito highways or Injury to stock from the lands of other ixoole This reward refers to teat present nnd future I alto over a spec ins S for partlcJIti i lee me n rpe liter McKINNEY MARBLE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dolor In and manufacturers of Granite nnd Marble Monuments FirstClass Work nt Reasonable lrlces Offlce and Works McKlnney Ky Shop closed on Haturday Notice To Contractors I r to receive bids for a turn theIeneymiles or In sections of onehalf mile or more flans nnd siteclllcatlons for the construe tion of this tntloo Ike tan be obtained on appll to the undersigned All bids mutt be sealed anti sent In not later than May The supervisors reserve the right to reject any and all bids JB McKevJW Acton O A Welter supervisors Wanted To Buy Oak and Beech Lumber Will pay highest prices Have for sale OaK and Beech Flooring Write to Kentucky Hardwood Flooring Co Beech St near Woodland Aye Louis v1lle Ky A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRober Drug Store in e the Owsley Building i Sign Writing Draper and Hopoo Painting Paper Hanger G MEDAIRY Interior Fresco Decorator Graining EteMoKINNEY KY TOBACCO BARNS I Insurance companies have cancelled their Policies In the Tobacco District and others have ceased writing ntn time when the farmer nods them the most A Friend anted Is u Friend Indeed The Homo In urnnce Company of N Y the largest and most popular Fire Insurance Company has always and Is now writing tobacco hares and all classes of farm property They have t not cancelled a single Policy even In coun ties where the tobacco trouble has been the worst For Insurance an Ill classes 01 farm property Address or Phone Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY JLBeazleyCo UndertaKers and Embalm erStAlso Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRuga They 1willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Denier inHarnoas Saddlery STANFORD KY Office Ilionet167 JIOlIHIlllOIUiii t Mlr JK9 elfr ritIt FARMERS DEPARTMENT Wanted grass for 80 cattle W H Shanks Stanford Lynn Bros sold to J D Eads 15 800 pound steers at 5c W II Shanks had a good yearling mule to dio Wednesday T P Eads sold to G W Kogar a cow and twin calves for 65 I am standing a good Jersey bull at 2 Ed Hubbard Stanford In Montgomery county 175 mules changed hands at 165 to 200 T J Curtis of Madison sold to Fox of Boyle 75 extra export cattlo at 6ic FOR SALEAbout 25 bushels best hemp seed J T Hackley Phone 491 Danville Ky Elmer Dcathcrage bought the 01V Hisle farm of 223 acres in Madison county for 10000 Lucien Lyne Lexingtons crack jockey has engaged to ride for Richard Croker in England John B Riff wants to buy your wool this year He will pay the highest mar ket price Sacks at Hustonville See him before you sell fiou Dillion 1581 foaled a bay filly sired by John A McKerron 204J In the barns of C K G Billings at the Glcnvlllo track Cleveland M S Baughman and H G Lutes bought 17 Jersey cows at Lebanon Wednesday They will milk them and sell the cream to the Creamery 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 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 25c per acre for reliable seed A M Fe land There were 2500 cattle on the Mt Sterling market Monday Trade was good and prices high The best sold at 5cby weight with some selling by the head as high as 5c Yearlings at Be Heifers at 3i to 4c Cows at 3 to Sic with fat ones at 4c Bulls at 3c Old cows and rough oxen at Ii to 2c Mr McAulitT representing Henry McKnight the Louisville cattle king has bought in Boyle county during the past week over 400 export cattle for July delivery The prices received by the local sellers ranged from 585 to 685 per hundred The cattle are ex pected to average about 1400 pounds The various sellers are George A Mc Roberts 124 Lanier Bros 82 Ike Shelby 75 Jerry Caldwell Jr SO and Richard Gentry 160 The total sales will will bring Into the county about 40000 Advocate MIDDLEBURG Squire R W Staton is the first to announce for county judge though sev eral others contemplate making the race for that office Owing to the high water the republi can convention was not very well at tended from this neck of the woods It went kind of Taffy any way The Green river church Sunday school will have childrens day exercises on the first Sunday in June so Superin tendent W T Coulter tells us There will be a Sunday school rally at the Baptist church here on the sec ond Saturday in May when each member of that church is expected to do something to increase the attendance- of the school W C Wolford of Danville was here Monday Wm Miller is still very poorly and there is but little hope of his recovery Rev W G Tilford is evan gelizing in the Western part of the county Mrs Laura Lee and daughter Miss Bessie went to Boyle Saturday to visit the family of Mr and Mrs Robert Allen Tired nerves with that no ambl Lion feeling that Is commonly foil In Spring or early Summer can bo east ly and quickly altered by taking what Is known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restorative One will absolutely note a changed feeling within 48 hours after beginning totako the Restorative The bowels get sluggish In tho wintertime the circulation often slows up the Kidneys are lnac tive and oven the heart In many cases grows decidedly weaker Dr Shoops Restorative is recognized everywhere as a gonulne tonic to these vital or gaps It builds up and strengthens the wornout weakened nerves It sharpens the falling appetite and tint versally aids digestion It always quickly brings renewed strength life vigor and ambition Try it and bo convinced Sold by Pennys Drug Store A Harrodsburg dispatch says Capt Phil Thompson Sr is seriously III here from the Infirmities of old age and is not expected to survive He is over 88 years of age The smallest salary paid to the head of a civilized Government is 15 a year ts the President of the republic of Andorra in the Pyrenees The Paducah NewsDemocrat will enter the morning field May 5 It been an afternoon publication Mrs Turner wIre of Postmaster W H Turner died suddenly of heart trou ble at Middlesboro Weak women should read my II Book No 4 For Women It was written expressly for women who are not well The Book No4 tolls of Dr Shoops Night Cure and just how these soothing healing antiseptic supposl torles can bo successfully applied The book and strictly confidentIal medical advice entirely free Write Dr Shoop Kaclne Wls The Night Cure Is sold by Pennys Drug Storo Johnnie has your father decided to accept the call to the city church I know Pas still praying for but mother has about packing the goods New York Jpur nal The Salvation Army has n factory In Europe where musical instruments are made for its warriors Small Farm For Sale I Hltunted on Somerset pike four miles from Htnnford Contains ten acres hood residence nnd abundant outhouses in goal repair For further particulars call nt omc Goats for Sale I have for sale n nice of goats and harness to lit them Work well either double or single Also four Angora goats 11111 nt n Ull I AH DUNN HAMUIHlKIIUStOUVllleKy Variety Abundance IX Fashionable Millinery Carpets and Rugs Furni ture Etc Readers of the Interior Journal are cordial to aspect and price our superior sock G B Pruitt Moreland CIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there is so difference In tbe price of ready- made suits and a suit mode to your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have a handsome line of Hprlne Hummer goods tan make from u low rlcll business suit to She nnestdress suit Also Overcoats Trous era and Fancy Vests The company I represent Is second to none 1IO HUlLKV Tho Tailor Htanford Ky Pence JrIence Jr will make the reason of lux at my barn 5 mile from llowland nt tin to In sure n living colt If mare Is traded or part ed with the season money becomes duo Ience Jr bay stallion S yearn old full It hands high good style and notion Ig Pence he hy Ulend he bp netntont he by- Alexnnderb AhdllllRh tnee1s let dnni Almont Forrest 2nd dent by Unrrnrd Chief 3rd dam by Ire Eagle 4th dun by Conner until by Kd tar low G5byCastelur1O lit by Volunteer K Kd lliirloWs lat by Woburn 2nd dart by a Mnmhrlno horse and dam by tlambrlno Messenger IVnci1 JrsM data by Gills Vermont Mares grazed lit Jiiwr month not respon sible for accidents or escajws should any oc cur J1 BfOOXAMOKK Rowland Ky PAINPain in the headilil anywhere has IU came pteSll1lel1otbme1Je tab setcxneds1hze Bboops a little his pink deTablet coaxes blood pressure away from centers Its eaectisclarmlax 1eqlydellahttul Gently though lately It surety equalizes the blvd rims Litton If you have a headache Its blood pressure If its painful periods with women same aces II you are sleepless restless cerrrus its blood congestion blood pressure That surely is a certainty for Dr Snoops Headache Tablets stop It In 37 mmutel and the tablets limply distribute the unnatural blood pressure llrulM your fincer and doesnt It get red and well pain you Ot course It does Its con Won blood Youll find It wluro pain lealways itssimply Common Reule W ScU at 23 CUlts ud cheerfully recommend Dr Shoops HeadacheTablets PENNYS DRUG STORE Lincoln Squirrel yenroldbinckpolntslShnudhlglustut good hone splendid back nud line mckwel set In high mounted shoulders u combined bred horse but I use him only In harness and n more perfect harness horse I have never seen pan step very fast with extremo high action nil around and I think him to lit one of th best stallions In the Hate to breed good hlghclasH walktrot and business horses Unit will bring you uncy prices lie has some yearling sued twoyearold colts that I Invltd breeders to see 1finKiliKK Lincoln Htiulrrel Will Ird lllIrJon Illnck Squirrel IIWlieby hlHrkKagleTllin by King WII lam 67 Marlon HqulrnPs 1st daiubyUretOi itountnln 2nd dnm by Hughes Edwin For ost Lincoln iulrrels lot dam Kate Messenger by Messenger Ilriezw full brother to Maude Messenger record i11 Aid dam Mnrla iKpnuw by Miimbrlno star light a full brother to l ndy Thorn 111 llrd lam Mollle Grow by Helms Yorkshire illnck Huulrrels grand sire Is the sire of nore noted highclass saddle horses thou my other horse In the world such HS High land lenlnllkhesteP Dan ltd Hiulrnl anti many otliern Will make the of mile lawn In Stlnfont itt HIM to- htsuroaliving colt Money dun when colt is foaled or mare parted with Happy Brummel lied sorrel 8 white feet star mind snip full 15a lands high yearn old anti this finest saddle stallion that ever owned Hired by puppy 1Ie1II1he by Rams llriini iiiol let alum n out by Almont Jr tllll dons Hllver Denmark xnl dam liy Hnmbl onlimlO4th dan by llrent he liy Viirrlck he by Oarlxinu M This boric will be permitted to servo only n tow mares and preiiared to lufcat nil chnmplons HiTvIco IUi to Insure n living coltRed Light Ice sorrel horse Ilyenrs old 18 hands high extra weight nnd hone Hired by fatuous roadster nnd sir Iteil fen Is too well known to till horsemen to nutd description mid tdlfrllIII by O Ulay SIS 1st dam by ltdLlRhts 1st dam was Day Maid by Ocllliin son of till Great iamlH ttn likes tOIl iliun Nell by old 1hdeont mini tinen Noonday h RI Klino Itli dint Midnight by I l lr8th dum Twllleht by lAxltigton Gilt dnm Darkness by Wagner In time services of this promising young stnlllon we feel side In saying that with ldssit Iiormsaed und action tuft he Is Ixjund to n great stock horsn Will Is nt lilY sale Pans In manfordntid will be permuted to curve 9 good marts nt JiO to insure n living colt monoy due whon volt fouled or mnre parted Hi will then It put In training nnd Klvuli n rnconl Il sure to see him before breeding your good rmiumreeJAtEBItIfEAZGEYHtnnford Ky I r L OLD IUQQIES MADE NEW Old Buggies mndo now Painted and re paired by McPherson A Walker All work guaranteed Hhop over AldrldROs black smith shop on Wvst Main Htriot Htanford Ky MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No K A A Mwlll meet In stated untudnttlon on each tint uui third Monday nights of each month nt Iu oclock lu their hall on Mali street Htnn ton Member of sister lodges are Iran I14nnyvSLTHenson of IW- HSAMPSON This young Jack will make tills season lit my farm where I live tilt HII llnugluimi form idle Mouth of Mtu ford on ttip Horn erset pIke At to Insure mnre colt and 5r to Insure horse colts I consider n ot his last your coil weroextraIshowed two of them lit Stanford Iiiincnstur nnd Dimvlllo fairs nod won loath lit anti 2nd premium Incoltrtng of Ito lOentrlvmit nil Uireo fnlrm also trop 1st In time sweepstake ring nt lnncniter the fair that gave a sweepstake Klitiit of hlslu7colts nnd four of the ivM cults nre now on lilY fnrni to how for themselves will appreciate nnymmnsaentto him and tool suns ou will not tending Ky1hono CHESTER JEWEL My itnlllon Cheater Jewel black In hands high will inuUo thi season of 118 nt III stable lour miles Nest of Ortib Orchnnl nt nsouthotUelarVreekat15to Insure n 1IllIg colt byHeeondJewelmare thnt sold for IVD 2nd dent by l oboes Drennan and dims Anna ilufonl h1 Montte nil dent lleuln by Itoston IIlh dam by Kpilloiiothdnm by lilil Denmark Tth dune by Oolyer Money duo whoa colt Is foaled or titan trnoit or parted Mnrt s gases At U fi per month nil bill mhl before removal of mans not responsible for urcldeius or vt canoes JOIN HOLM K8 Grab Onhard Ky ASHLAND BROOK No Vol AT H bred by Kutfeno lluck Ashland jlrook was farledlldsollulJuly with left turd foot white stands IWi hands high IEiuaiiKK Mired br Hlimt Brook No recent tI the sire ol Slargeru- t1tallsgateSiIJBettie Brook tai 1174 dy4Ilbrlwk 1 Jennie llroukili IdTS teak iM nud Kunnlng lIrooktllli spent Ilrook lUlitSKiHijlllilght11ghitllas e nnd of Ynrob XW IXirknlaht slrtvl Alryon No n unll17 Asulniiil Brooks 1st dam Ilutui Wren by Ashland Wilkesl record i m4 thoslreof John it4bentrylxul4 Hally ler Ashland Wllke by Ited Uk In tJ1 George Nllkes seined- dam Suds IIllyby 1relender 1 Inl dam by Jim Monroe NIl- OoTJOAJlhIRlld Ilrook Un handsome fal low with lot of substance has n bold wny of going with lots 0111 style aunt action Ills tint crop of colic emus lust spring mid they were onn could Xpectthey nil boob Ing good rotor with ol sue and lute of stylr ate tlnlsh Anhland Ilrook will make the present season nl tli to Insure n living cult Will also stand the neat mule nnd Jennvt Jack Hilly Keene nt ill her mures tint Pol for Jennets to Insure n living volt ISIIIy Keene was sled by Ton Keene let dhn br the Imp rnlcrmo M Urn br l evl llutibles 1rlnce the sire of Joe Illackburn and prIg nolla Hilly Keene stands full 10 bands black with white and breeder Is unsurawseditsmuleor1eunetlnekhiscoltsalways traded parted or felts th Insiirnnco nnd money Incomes due At the time of such tntnsiictlon KING EAGLE No SKKI Vol e A It It King Eagle Is hands high dark bay with flowing mane and tall goes all the gaits with plenty of speed style and netlo- n1nuunImMlret by lloynl King 80M htt by tnTimime17Slw by Hlouawnll Jarkton It dam Mollle Mounts ad l was by the noted sire OablMlfn Iexinu ton F Klnl En8Ies lit taut hip calla Ihe Engle Jllrd loll he by Out King Hn 1W II duus toy Jlon and dusts by Harris Denmark he h Miller lOnlllll llli dnm by Jim IteiiUborouRhbmii NOTK King Kngle Is n combined stallion a briiHler of title colored nod high nelsoncolts ml having plenty of sUe nnd his colts will show for themielvcs King Kligle will make the present season of IWn nl our stable Iwo miles Wfil or Hnu fond on the Hhelny City at the low price of 111 to insure living iolt W stand the grent mule Jurk Jim leunetslolnsuroathe Hilly Keene lit dUll by the Imp Jbhn Wellstnddnm by lleeclirrJIm Keene In IKi hand high black with white polntsn great mute jack the sire of the colt und yearold that won tint In their rlastes bust ynr nt the Kentucky Hints Fair H T IIAIKIH UlUIT WOODH Phone 7i lntigaHtutford Ky THE WARFIELD Trill t1t Trottlnc hark Hay Htnlllon le hands outlet August Ind bred at VIII Yttrium East Aurora N Y First dam Naugh ty ilrl by Ilex Amerlcus La51 yrarold PB lOrd llltylro of llattlelon t yr 5x4 Anuerlenn Italia syr record fl Rash t OIlier In yal list n sun of unwttnl fie cord Siby sire of Onward Sliver JrtM and others n the list Onward wlus aired by ueorge WllkH alit ind damn Iinermaslred by Mambrllio King 1275 sire of 7fllticludlnit l ndrof the Manor Xiui1 Lord Utlrl 5e f4 IMW JsOift lotturl In JIIII 0 j4bIUH Hum Topaz by MtrnthmoruOT sire w IhJJtlthtIIlh Mlllurd b Albion tilt dam Ned byKilwIn Forest 7th linn Ijtdy Turner by Mnumhrtno Uldef II The Wnrlleld wise lured to only 15 mares He hRIIIt foals nil upheaded plenty of style situ nod substutl mend plosty of speed 1he- SttirllleidIsisrepraeubstlvestnllunin alb this term Impllos To say thud ho Luis site substance mind Id only Jn emphaslie the qualities com hi nI l lu thsssOul of Darn iKjvll lit tliMiniuid they are of such HTinnietrlcul clinrncter tn mnke him n Htalllon ntunng many HU hud tad neck boby feet and legs lure perfect nnd when seen In connect Ion with less gait mid great Iwauty tine especially Improsslve You should see title horse before breeding YOU will say you never looked nt n latter one The Wurflold Is stnlllon that hns diillis In the great brow turn list Ho has two Miimbrlno crosses two Mambrlno Ililcliiii two Munibrlno Ihlif IIIIK Cblmis one Onward lUorgo yilkw Klectloneer Nutwood Htrtlllllllllrl1II0rl trotting crime than nn The Wnrlleld Is by Inure Devil ilSWreford 2m He by Mambrlno King III by Mambrlno Piltchen he by Mambrllio Chief Dam Mercedes by Ohlmos KllS by Klectloneor IM Devil Is n great winner He won the championship at the National Horse Hlmw In dates lint Intlonllillone Know in hits class cuts Natlonul Hone Hhow clnsssT lIt National IlorseHliow I National HorsoWIIIIIIIO111I1I1I1IOIIhl Horxe yhow- lbOolas5lirst Natlonul Horse Hhow IMU close llrst lloston liars Show iwtt clues reserve cost on Horse Mhow clan I second Hontnn IIoreHlior iunicln si sue ond Boston HorsoHhow class 1 reserve llolan 110rac Show lists than th rl hot ton Home Hhow JIG chll He sired The- 1lIlIld1I1 1vi wire of Princess Helen iOM4 Devils Doughtier liens lln SIf h Trlfler Xisli Dare devil Jr 1A j Will muko the resent season nt our tarns mile from leKlnny Ky nt to Insure n Living Oolt the good IIUUK JAUK nONqu mon nt ss to Insure u Living Jolt Itvlsn good Individual hands high while length line lone nnd toot SSIURENHtSON SlCKUmeyIcy DIGNITY DARE NO J982 A S H R 30 to Insure Money due when mare is sold trailed or parted with Owned by D S Carpenter Hustonville Ky Prospect 2087 A S H R At 515 to Insure C C S K Carpenter Lawn Mm 2 J2 Milts Wor Hmtonvlll This combined stulllon will snake the season of lUC at Lawn Mer stock Farm lirwlfotdrvlllenndp ntcrsMtntloiiat Kato lnsuna living roll tussnwru4n1 or parted welts or IMU lu ano OIIrforlltlon time o nioli fiction lli n rt talnnt uu I1nIStil nt 1wforewill ivrrlvr Olio wrtonnl MleHllon Tait wv will nut bv responsible for neclilmU or lsUUM INlnthllhlamstyUOllnll IMIWI Cat twine but Miioolhv llwt of feet amid h u alit lb estgrl ttrek IIIKTplneglvbuxurKlrMMldtH Aimiiitlfiilviir tuu xnct lasslitretreme Mtl union sal wry fool In Mm union mv well deHOe-lsaddlegaltawsth braullful trot In liAr i If Foaled lilurk with points 182 out of nt was el red by lie by HOlkllll by luiiilx lie wins bred by of Ilogn In He won the blue ll In the ring nt the State fair nt Nnsbvl Ito nnd ono HuinetH nt tJOnnd 110 to In sure living colts WII two nt to living colts WIll tho magnificent draft IAII lion to II thing colt Sh R Ky A noftllure to look nl by halter In harness or under caddie IKOluKKKHIn Mire lvUhby thi ter lain he liy Illnck tn he by Illitek b by King te r Ui Horn iHHin N by in Time 714 b1 Jackson rt Aid dnin by IlKMAHKft Ae sake i leaure Its the sryh of to the First UKMIH IH to nil r one hone11I0RMllf bniJi Ilk Third I eau 101 re ni thsl aslreeular- nn4 that of Mil at rir fur either three Iw flv Itll that long swan lorIa show burse brow n eel Inll Ilil mousy blue whltaerIanhetltesehunts At vin Ml hot show wns flrtl In In clue AtchitMuu tea WM ser wl with noHviMirrNlhInrrlllS suite if the Host IiMrd tn eke InliMl stale HIMlerthoiiHlille A N InillVtaiMl herHUK j liUhiBH Werslvr be rn iMl i u sake lbtroMraak It pat wawsssuw4ass4 IrICKIKNTICI 200 old Buggies to paint and repair Will make them look as good as new very reasonable prices W J ROMANS Lancaster Kentucky a f WH JAAT RJlJE s F IliEDu fOI1D DfJ JUTf 700 MfX fI you try any of the Diamond Edge you willago no other Everything branded D E is warranted tn select from GFOffCEH FARRIS THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY Soy LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE OOMPfr INcoRPORAltn Choice Goods January while hands MlreibvNotsler1tUnnd- JeIhenault Wonder llolknap Imported iholcoCloiKlsdam imnortfil MharlcsChenault unHunnnurcounty Teunoodlsisgreat dividual sweep- stake HitlholcMnresnt stand other Sucks Insure also stand leorso Jlolrllt Insure ItAUOHMAN Htnnford Dignity squirrel KuiclrTI William Miimvwall HumptvrItutiPrtnla 1I0t public nindhe arlloa 1111111 breeders nwml tHUIIt rfimniHlf At Tools Gold stork Home In Lexington to Trade or or Sell 1 have anicebemuse In Lexington that I desire Inswap for n smnll farm near Htnn frinl TIll rosldeticf U one of cotlngi1 style und hat sill the modern ronvcnl ncfs r11 the hull block trout street vnr lute lilliw sevn rooms good big tenor room and u very large dining room cd not tar from state tlollegt nnd at OonIStudents take their miiils there lighted by imtiirnl Homo fruit andiiniKnrlorliiynrd Klne cistern ell trlU or rII on easy terms Htoplieiis Lexington Kyll Ornliam Ave Photograph or the house Is lit thus olllce nnd prospective purchusors urn Invited to call stud see It