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I THE INTERIOP JOURNALr VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 12 1908 NO 20 MIDDLEBURG Lincoln Wells Jack Wells and Sam Sharp killed 50 yellow suckers while that species of tho finny tribe was shoaling Tho panic seems to have no effect on tho millinery business Mrs II C McWhorter and slater Miss Lula Ad nms hero and Mrs Helen Carter at Yosemite are doing a business unpar alleled In tho history of tho Spring hat trade in this vicinity Miss Emma Foglo went to Cincinnati Saturday to be treated Her brother I J Jcsso Foglo accompanied her Wm Miller la gradually sinking Rev DIM Mrs W W Hunt will entertain the Sunday school teachers at tho Metho dist parsonage next Friday evening Things have been quite lively at Yo Semite for some weeks Tho competi tion splritsecms to havo taken hold of some of the merchants thero and goods havo been going at tho purchasers price Clothes have been so cheap that oven local newspaper correspondents can afford to wear now suits Wo had base ball galore hero last week Tho first team played tho Dan villa dummies at Oak Park and while that game was In progress tho College team Was playing Poplar here The Giants defeated tho Dummies and withrthe Collego boys This was a hard fought game from the start and at the closo neither side had anything to boast of Tho score was 2 and 2but the Giants claim the victory on tho ground that the College team refused to play tho game to aJlnlsh It is understood that tho teams will cross bats again in tho near future when likely tho hardest battle of tho season will bo fought Poultry RaisingPays Now Is tho time of year to feed your fowls a good tonic Itcll44 oure Cholera stoup Gaps and Llm berneek When fed UI a preventive It not only keeps them healthy but makes them lay OIvocaoh sick fowl 3 or four drops 1 times a dat As a preventive feed It In tho feed 3 or 4 times a week Turkeys require e smaller doio Irlco W cents no cure no pay Guaranteed by New Stanford Drug CO- During 1007 theaChinese Government spent nearly 100000 for students studying In foreign countries Japan got nearly half tho money and tho United States about onorourthI INSURANCE Tire Lightning WInd Mtorrn Life and Aetdeat None thl HTHONOKHT and BK rOompnnlf Krprvtcntrd rocalonglib r lUtot iuarant oo l IUo era Omqualkd Talk with HAHONY Stanford Kentucky llvildenca 1nouct Non POSTED namei appear below itrlctly forbldbuntlu nlhln elr III kind ot trvi patting Olillurfullleelontofthelawcutevl IIr1eInHtnipton llrot Hpoqnamore p IPltnrte4 lien I M V Lawrence ikntbnn urtl 114lIackr JI JVttu T A Rid MorgnfUOppell HolnieHer imeuVnrrin Jlyly4rIVltr llnlnivr Ador Nt4 er heyulhtuounI- amef NOauJ Nuvln Carter 0 M hack Jotopli llnllnu M Mr Jn llAluii J Iilantnolett brJ1Onrwnter- Dlr ItolRcoii K Onrpf nt T W Murllii J Thnugnon- Thoutn1Mrrlll Jut Ii Hkldmoru David lltirton J It Hunch MI Itlclinrtlion Krntt Mln InHl Vonfruengnn ItMlnltiuhtiro Albert VonOrueiiBiiu AT Trnylor lllliurn Ooooli N II Iluminvr- Krd Itaumnnn Ulohard llo tvr- Dwilny nunn lltniry nester Wilt Hotter It O Nunnulley v O Floyd JWIook- J L Jnrvli J W Ilnunhmiiii J K lIrnlJ O Hprnt- tWDciooflb W II HlRiiey- L n UndetwoodAHon MnMatyUlilvoni John Martin A cor a John OaineIltd3 WmaordlDnnTraylor M D Klmoro MM X Ogode O K Tutu David Hteveni John Jufor Jt O Durham W n flout ClntllhOllck KrtMl llumlorf- ObrlitlnnAdeline Urnh Jacob JThompton D M Andirion J K Moior Mr and Mrs Jni II Kadi A KlUua OTTENHEIM W T Tucker lost a fine Hereford heifer from eating clover Wm Anderson bought a yoke of oxen of W It Dlllion for 7560 Bryant Plummer sold his four Ieggcd chicken to Gray Boone for 5 Mr It took the chicken to Somerset and sold it for 20 J H Boone passed through herewith his saw mill en route to fit F Lawrences timber on Dlx river but owing to the muddy roads ho had hard pull of it The farmers of this section are fat behind with their work owing to wet weather and wo hear the oft repeated words I never saw so much rain be foreWm H Davis of Wayncsville Ind is at tho bedside of his sister Mrs Annie Petrey who Is very low with a com plica lion of troubles There is no likelihood of her recovery It Reached the Spot Mr K Humphrey who owns n largo general store at Omega 0 and Is president of tho Adams County Tole phono Co as 011as of tho Home Telephone Co of Plko County 0 says of Dr Kings New Discovery It saved my life once At least 1 think It did It seemed to reach the spot tho very seat of my coughwhen everything olio failed It Dr Kings New Discovery not only reaches the cough spot It heals the sore spots and tho weak spots In throat lungs and choit Sold under guarantee at Pen nys Drug Store COc and 91 Trial bottto free Tho new law firm of McQuown Bcckham has been appointed by the L N Railroad Company as the ate torney for this district and will here after represent tho interests of that institution In this and surrounding courts The position camo altogether unsolicited and Is therefore tho greater honor The now firm has already made a number of advantageous ale liance and has every prospect of do ing a successful business Frankfort Journal The Worlds Best Climate Is not entirely free from disease on tho high elevation fevers prevail while on the lower levels malaria Is encountered to a greater or less ex tent according to altitude To over come climate affection lassitude malaria jaundice biliousness fever and ague and general debility tho most etfectlvo remedy Is Klcctrlo nil tern the great alteratlvo and blood purifier the antldoto for every form bodily weakness nervousness and In somnia Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store Prlco 60o The State Boar Prison Commis sion made a contract with tho Kentucky Whip Collar Co for tho lease of 150 convicts at tho branch penitentiary at Eddy villa qt a dally rate of li76 centa a man This is tho highest price ever received for tho labor nt Eddyville It will make the Increased Income about 8000 and the commissioners believe will make tho branch prison selfsus taming The Poatoftlco Committee of tho Sen ate dealt a hard blow to the liquor traf fic It attached to the postoHlco ape propriation bill which it reported to the House on amendment that no part of tho appropriationscon tamed In the bill shall bo paid in tho compensation for carrying intoxicate ing liquors cocaine or an derivative of cocaine Ado Willis sent up for life from Adair county for murder has been paroled from the Frankfort penitentiary Ho is very low with consumption and the commission granted his request that he might go homo to die While troops in OMore patrolling tho tobacco zono from Aberdeen to Higginaport night riders slipped In and destroyed nine tobacco beds In the cen tral and Southern part of Drown coon ty Turnersville Big Department Store hull of everything nt prices that will save you money Whylnot como and tmdo with us Wy hntullo everything from a ginger cake to nn export steer Wo want your Eggs Chickens Old Iron and Brass Cattle Hogs and Sheep uudthings or anything you have to sell Our Grocery and Dry Goods Stock cannot be excelled We also have in con section with our business a firstclass Blacksmith and Wood ll Shop Como and deal with us and give us a chance to show you how wo cap save you money LUTES BROS Turnersville Kentucky 4 NEWS NOTES Thirtyeight men charged witH nigh riding surrendered and gavo bond at Eddyvlllq Charles Matthias a Chicago news paper men committed suicide at 1I0t Springs Ark- Newton Brashcar a prominent Logai county farmer dropped dead whit shucking corn- Without any unusual ceremony Rear Admiral Robley D Evans relinquished command of the Atlantic fleet to Rear Admiral Charles M Thomas Two men were instantly killed andt lumber mill was wrecked when a boilei exploded at the plant of the W C Wood Lumber Company at Collins Miss Four persons were killed and 12 injured in a fire believed to bo of in cendiary origin which practically de stroyed a fivestory tenement house In New York Fire In tho business district of Atlan ta swept away two blocks of buildings and caused losses aggregating 1250 000 Thero was no loss of life and no one was injured Mrs Jno Wilson her two small child ren and her sinter a Miss Lee lost their lives as tho result of the explo lion of a gas stove in a tenement house at St Johnsburg Vt Seventytwo men who for more than 24 hours had been facing death in the raging sea near Fire Island New York were rescued from tho hulk of the big German ship Peter Rlckmers In attempting to cross Glens Creek near Tatum Springs two horses driven to a wagon by William Ilughes a huckster were drowned and tiohlmselfhad- R desperate struggle for his life Eight thousand bluejackets from tits combined Atlantic and Pacific fleets camE ashore at San Francisco and marched through the streets in the most notable parade the city has ever knownJudge Stout charged the Scott county grand jury to investigate the sending of troops to that county and instructed theta to indict officials responsible If no request for soldiers had been made by tho proper authorities Harry Tandy of Paducah a promi nent young democrat died at Dawson Springs of dropsy He served as as sistant to the Secretary of State and assistant to the Superintendent of Public Instruction of Gov Beckhams administration Tho Federal grand jury at Kansas City returned an Indictment contain ing 19 counts against the Missouri Kansas jTexas railroad charging tho- r company with assessing certain cattle shippers moro than the through rate on shipments from points In Oklahoma to Kansas City- James H Haggard a business of Parr was made defendent In libel suits aggregating 40000 filed by Mavoi OBrien and three Councilmen Mr Haggard sued the Mayor and Council men charging that they had voted to raise salaries which they expected later to draw themselves Six Trigg county men were arrested on warrants sworn out in Lyon county charging them with night riding Four of the warrants were served by a de tachment of militiamen and tho county officials of Trigg county aro indignant that soldiers should have been sent into the county without any request being made for their presence by tho civil au thbrl tics Gov Willson left Frankfort without taking final action on tho Powers and Howard pardon cases Tho Governor is going East and will not return boo fore May 17 and his decision will not be made for at least a week after his return Before leaving the Governor issued a statement saying that he had been unable to complete the reading of the records of the cases CoffeeHealth s really the closest coffee Imitation ever yet produced This clover coffee substitute Was re Gently produced by Dr Snoop of Ra cine Wls Not a grain of real coffee In It either Dr Shoops health coffee Is mado from pure toasted grains with malt nuts etc Really It would fool an expert who might drink It for coffee No 20 or 30 minutes tedious belling Made In a minute says tho doctor Sold by Pennys Drug- Store Six of tho best surgeons of Boston were called In to operate on the eye of tho pet dog of a woman who had more money than sense It cost her Up tho thousandstbut the sight was not that there female who prefer puppies babies 7 Frankfort Journal Valued Same as Gold n 0 Stewart a merchant of Cedar View Misssl1Ys I toll my cus tomers when they buy a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills they ret the Worth of that much gold In weight If aflllcted with constipation malaria or biliousness Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 25o MATRIMONIAL James Fisher aged 21 and Miss Susie Belcher 18 will be made one Win Belchers Thursday A statement comes from the State of Maine that there is a divorce for every round dozen marriages Leonard Hall aged 15 son of a Bat list minister and Miss Annie Profit barely 12 years old were married at Sergent this State the boys fathe performing the ceremony Stroud Gooch and Miss Effiie Lee Sandidge popular young people of McKinney were married in Danville on May 16th 1907 but the fact has just been made known Their friends wet greatly surprised when the announce ment was made a few days ago Flavius Greer and Miss Jennie the pretty daughter of Mr T L Boars of Turnersville were married at the home of John H Woner Sunday afternoon Rev T W Darker officiating They have gone to housekeeping in a cottage on Somerset street The grow is an industrious clever young man and his bride is said to be a fine young wo manThomas Eads and Miss Nettle Walk drove to Danville Sunday and wen made husband and wife The groom is a son of Mr J D Eads and is a sober industrious and clever yoUni man The bride is a daughter of E G Waller of Louisville but who ha made her home for some time with relatives In tho Hubble section She is a handsome blonde well educated and very popular They will make their home for tho present with his father IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Cora Anderson has been appointe postmaster at Ritner Wayne county Col John Goreaged 69 died at the home of his nephew Col Jack Chihn In Mercer county Judge Jacob A Williams is dead it Russell county aged 75 Ho had served as county judge and county attorney of RussellA county tobacco grower Is reported to have killed two Negroe and badly wounded a white man whet night riders attempted to force bin to tear up his plant beds The report that Berca college wouli be removed to Ohio if the Suprem Court decides against county racia education is denied Berea College will remain in Kentucky but will establish a school for Negroes in another part ot the State for which money is now be- Ing raised a dispatch says The Prison Commissioners paroles John Henry Young sent up from Pu laski for 21 years for manslaughter J R Cooper from Green county lour years for carbreaking Green Rile Burton from Pulaski three years lor- manslaughter and Frank Martin sen for life from Bell county for murder CHURCH MATTERS i Rev J M Gill who was pastor of the Cumberland Presbyterian churc at Elkton for 51 years Js dead aged 82eThe roll call service at the Bop tlst church which was announced for Mav 17th is postponed until May 24th All members of that church are requester to be present The Second Annual Convention of tho State Holiness Association of Ken tucky will be held at the large audi torium in Lexington Ky May 202 Preparations are being made for a great religious occasion Revs Ben Helm la conducting a splen did meeting at the schoolhouse In Mil Icdgevilic preaching at 10 A M am 730 P M There been some 15 01 more confessions The meeting wil continue until further notice Rev W L Donaldson of the DIble College Lexington preached two inter esting sermons at the Christian church Sunday He incidentally told of the need of funds to support the splendid institution he represents but took up no collection lie will return to Stanford soon and call on our for subscrip tions in behalf of the Bible College There Is a Pink PainTablet made by Dr Shoop that will positively stop any pain anywhere In 20 min- uteS Druggists everywhere sell then as Dr Shoops Headache Tablets but they atop other pains as easily at headache Dr Shoops Pink Pair Tablets simply coax blood pressure away from pain centersthat Is all Pain comes froni blood pressure con gestlon Stop that pressure with Dr Shoops Headache Tablets and pain IIs instantly gone 20 Tablets 25o Sold by Pennys Drug Store ICharles PerriUiat ccshier of the Merchants National Bank at New Or leans killed himself because ho was short in his accounts 1400 aUrs S Joyce Sullivan St Clare moat N II writes About a year ago bought two bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure It curodmo of a severe ease of Kidney trouble of several years standing It certainly is a grand good medicine un4 I heartily recommend It1 Pennys Drug Store Vacation Shoes I Your vacation outfit needs nothing more than it needs good lo king shoes Havo you gotten yours yet You can not buy too carefully if you would insure your absolute comfort when away on your trip Aching feet will spoil the best scenery you will see Pont experiment buy the Crossett the shoe which always makes life walk easy Vacation time is reflect ed allalong the line of Crossetts We are showing now cool low cuts on nobby lasts and in the choicest leath ers Come in now and select at your leisure the particular pair that suits you best SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc VVVVVVVVVVVVV VVVVJIVVVVVVV V1 r TIMEand 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 that LEVENSON BROS have the most complete line of Gents Furnishings Boys and Childrens Suits and Shoes and Ladies Shoes to be found in the city We invite you to come and be convinced oo LEVENSON BROS Somerset Ky Three Story Brick Opp Newtonian Hotel Phone 441 j N A Smile That Wont Come Off All of my customers have this smile when they visit my CUT PRICE SALE I must reduce my stock My loss is your gain This includes Calicoes Ginghams Shirtings and all Cottons My cut price in shoes will bo a wonder to you This includes Slippers No attention paid to cost in this sale See oup reduction in LAWNS We call your attention to our line of Ladies Shirt Waists and Skirts Ladies Furnishings of every kind See our 5 and lOc line They are wonders My stock of Clothing on the a market at cast 4Inour styles and prices will certainly please youS4 with us willlgo ag far as 85 elsewhere Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter Perfect Heat r Hot water heating is perfect with the exception of this The mosquitos will bite you some during Winter If you can put up with that then let Aldridgo heat your homo so that you can enjoy all your rooms Hot water heating is clean economical and regular No sudden changes in tempera ture You will save enough in Coal Comfort and Health tJ pay for the outfit inn few years S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky r Screen Doors Screen Windows and Screen Cloth at l Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky The Interior Journal L Co WALTON JOHN J MOSER It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county tabled to toe action of the Democrat party M BRUC- ElxacandldateforlallerotLlncoln county subject to the action of the Democrat Party J JAMES C HAYSi li a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party D C ALLEN It a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln eour ly subject to the action of the Democratic party DINK FARMER Ian candidate for the Democratic noniln tlon for Jallr of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party J W FOLEY Ii n candidate for Assngsor of Lincoln corn tytubjecl totbejnctlon of the democrat party WL MCARTY Is a candidate for HherifT of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action ot the democrat party M S BAUGHMAN Ii a candidate for Hherlff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Judeofaction of tbe democratic party JAMES MKECHNIE Ii n candidate for In the Stan ford district subject to the democratic primary of June DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county THE CourierJournal of Sunday devoted nearly a page to prove that prohibition in Georgia is a failure If the CJ has no connection with the whis ky trUst and the whisky trust has no connection with the CJ why is it that great paper is so much interested in the local affairs of a State so faraway and which has papers quite usable as it is to keep the people posted on the wet or dry conditions But then the CourierJournal has never denied that it is identified with the whisky inter ests To all intents and purposes the residential race is ended Kentucky broke the backbone of the opposition to Taft and the War Secretary is now os good as nominated There is no possible doubt about William Jennings Bryan being the democratic nominee Hence it will be seen that two Bills = Bryan and Taf will be the contend ing candidates at the November elec tion THE Oklahoma Legislature does not want any nepotism in hers It has passed a law forbidding the employment of any person in the executive Judicial or legislative department of the State government if said person he or she be a relative in the third degree of an officer in those departments Good Let the Kentucky Legislature pass a similar bill next timq it meets TilE Pension Agency at Louisville will be retained The Senate Com mittee has decided against the bill to do away with the agencies throughout l the country Those tld pensioners who were worried lest their money would be delayed a few days in the event the bill went through can now rest easy as their money will continue to come with the regularity of yore ILLINOIS delegates to the Denver convention were instructed to vote for Bryan until the nomination for president is made As the great Commoner will be nominated on the first ballot the Illinois delegation wont be compelled to remain in Denver long in order to obey the command of the sterling democrats l they represent TilE nomination of Judson Harmon as the Democratic candidate for Governor of Ohio is thought to place the Buckeye State in the doubtful column It is believed that the Administration will have to make peace with Foraker thetVICE PRESIDENT FAIRBANKS friends are said to have become convinced that there is no possibility of his nomination as the republican candidate for presi dent and it is expected he will quietly drop out of the race If Fairbanks- withdraws it is said Indianas 30 votes will go to Taft Gov WJLLSON William Marshall Bullitt Judge A R Burnam and Ed Lane the latter a Negro arethe dele gates chosen to the Chicago convention They are all Taft men of course Sen 4atorelect Bradley was not only turned but was sat upon IPOLITICALr Col John R Allen was chosen presi dent of the Fayette Democratic Bryan Club formed at Lexington All fac tions of the party united in the new j organization s d The Senate passed a bill appropriat- Ing 5000 toward the erection of a monument to Pocahontas at Jamestown Vo Secretary Taft has concluded his con ferences with the Panama officials and- a satisfactory understanding is said to have been reached With most of the appropriation bills out of the way it is estimated that Con gress will be able to complete its work and adjourn by May 25 though the seS sion will probably last a week longer The Republicans of Utah in conven tion at Salt Lake City adopted resolu tions declaring for Roosevelt aa their first choice and Ttft as their second choice for the presidential nomination The House Agreed to the conference report on the army appropriation bill which now goes to the president Of the 7000000 provided for Increased pay enlisted men will receive approxi mately 5000000 Massachusetts Democrats in conven tion in Boston indorsed W J Bryan for the presidential nomination After a hot fight George Fred Williams was placed at the head of the delegation to the Denver convention Vice President Fairbanks in a speech following the dedication of St Stan islaus Parochial school in Chicago opposed undue expansion of the army and navy saying the money could be best spent in the cause of education Commissioner Larrinaga the official representativeof the Island of Porto Rico in Congress stated in a speech made in the House that the people of that island were very much discontented with the GovernmenUof the United StatesSenator Bailey has promised that when he returns to Washington he will help Senator McCreary and Senator Paynter in an effort to pry the 6cent tobacco bill put of the Finance Com mitten Bailey is a member of this committeeThe York Legislature reconven ed in extraordinary session yesterday Gov Hughes will urge the enactment of the AgnewHart antirace track gambling bills and other measures which the Legislature failed to pass at the recent session W P Kimball and J Campbell Cant rill candidates for the Democratic nomination for Congress in the Seventh district are invited to meet in joint debate at Frankfort the first Monday In June which is county court day They will likely accept Senator McCreary made a forcible speech in the Senate in favor of re taining the present law providing for branch pension agencies in various cities The Pension Appropriation JJill which is now in Conference Committee provides for abolishing the branch California Republican Conven tion will probably instruct the delegates from that State to vote for Theodore Roosevelts nomination for Presi dent This will but follow out the ex pressed wish of the voters of the State as declared at the recent unofficial pri maryUnder the terms of a bill introduced by Representative Sims the Secretary of the Treasury is directed to refund to the State of Tennessee nearly 8000 000 that being the amount of money collected from citizens of the State for taxes on cotton in 186368 in clusiveUnder suspension of the rules the House passed unanimously the Senate resolution repealing the act of the Territorial Legislature of New Mexico which passed over the Governors veto March 11 1903 The territorial act deals with civil procedure in personal injury cases The President has created intense feeling in the Senate by writing three letters to Senators declaring his su premacy as Commanderin chief on questions relating to the army and navy The letters relate to the Browns irille incident and the banishment of Col stewart May 20 is the date on which Con gressman Edwards and John G Mat thews candidates for the republican nomination for Congress in the 11th district must put up 2000 each to defray the expenses of the primary to be held June 6 It is claimed now that both men will put up the money Confidently anticipating that the House Republican caucus to be held tonight will agree upon the terms of an emergency currency bill the Republican leaders in Congress are preparing to give such a measure right of way whenever it shall be presented to the House They count upon having the bill before the House for consideration before the close of the present week Here and There Gov and Mrs Willson are in Washington They are the guests of Justice HarlanFormer President Cleveland is rest ing comfortably and his condition con tines to improve Five children of James Kennedy a wellknown Negro of Montgomery Ala were burned to death in their homeW J Murphy vice president of the Queen Crescent route died in Cin cinnati as the result of a stroke of pa ralysis t John S Garriott a prominent farm er of Henry county and a member of byhanging The jury in the Campbell trial at Lexington is hopelessly hung Camp bell killed a policeman named Mike Murphy at the November election Joseph Groce who recently confess ed to the county attorney of Lyon coun ty that he had attended meetings or night riders and made affidavit to his story repudiated his confession when called upon to face the Lyon county grand jury Two men whom he had im plicated were members of the jury A Californians Luck liThe luckiest day of my life was when I bought a box of BucklenV Arnica Salve writes Charles F Budnhn of Tracy California Two 25o boxes cured me of an annoying case of itching piles which had troubled mo for years and that yielded to no other treatment Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE All persons having elnn against It n Bright will present them properly proven to It It Bright Turnersvllfe Ky nt once 1crurovy Inltl esilito wi 110111 forwUrll und settle m once 31Admr II O Ilrlght JlItIUllTI GILBERT CREEK BARGAIN STORE Take no oneword for It but come and see my new Spring Multi Also Piece hoods A few suits ut cuss left yet will bo wry grateful fur your patronage D JHM1TH Pence JrPence Jr will make the season of IfloS at my barn finite from Itowlondnt 110 to In sure a living colt Jf mure Utradnu or parted with the season money Incomes duo IVnce Jr buy stallion 6 years old full I8 nand high good style and action liy Pence he liy lllenil he by llolmont he by Alexander Alidallah fences 1st damn b Almont Forrest 2nd dam by tlarrnrd Chief 3rd dent blure Eagle tlh dam by l1opJlCr bottom Jltdilln by tl liar Volulltler1rdam by n Mambrlno horse hint dam by Mambrlno Messenger Pence J rs M dom by Gills Vermont Mares grazed at U per month not responsible for accidents or CSCUK should any occur 17 BlOOyAMOIB Uowlnml Ky PRESTON 922 IVoi 111 Irestonls one of tbe greatest liveKnit showhorsus that Kentucky ducedwlaning at all the KentuckyPin and also lit the horse sbows nt loulnllllHIT Louis and Kansas City He Is n brown home with black points 154 hands high with one stvleund very high action Hired by ashhmgton aFlat dam tell by HtioUertck Mecond dun by Denmark It Is useless to commend trim as the peo plo of tills and adjoining counties know his record as n show hone nnd also fur breeding- purposes He will make the season of at my sta bit In crali Orchard at 113 to Insure n Itvlui colt Will keep mares on grass at p pwr mouth but not responsible lor accident or O of tock Heaven due If mare Is t rad- tklorparldw 1th JC HAILKY Crab Orchard Ky PEYTON My fine mule Jack will make tho present season nt Moreland Ku tS to Insure ullv colt IlelnureloatgelternudI eon slderhlmnn extra good mule HI mules round up when matured right at la bands high Also nflne black Ja- ekTURNER with white points IS hands I Inch will be permitted to erve mares at js to Insure n Heobls colts on my farm they nreextro good I have two young Jacks Hrtnrtsa and Midday that will serve a few mitre gratis My R like hor- seIndependence Chiefw- ill serve n limited number of mares at tsto insure n living colt Independence Uhlefn lItdllm by Oomootta Wilkes with five producing dams and sired bl Ceclltan Ohlf- n II KlSu Moreland Ky Antecarlo 22612Ma- deover Versailles track In winning race Hired Anteo 2I that sold for tJOuii nt lIallllIorlUtwo crosses produced The Abbot 2ai1J champion trotting gelding of the world ndI dam by Independence sonof Andrew otmIndependencednmby American Htar TIIII American Htar and Andrew Jackson blood Is responsible for Uresceu iJityt the hamplon trotting stallion of the world You see Antecnrlos two top crosses mire reo s 1lOnllble for the fastest gelding two next crosses are responsible for the fastest stallion Then you see he Is better bred than either of them for he has the blood of both mtecarlo Is a solid brown horse ffi hands high weighing 1170 pounds lino style and action will stand at 110 to Insure Hare colts and JS to Insure horse colts BUCK VARNON Illnck Jack with white points 6 old I5J4 hands high Fine breetler and great In llvlduul A of tine lone and action VIII stand nt 110 to Insure n living colt Lien retained on colts for season money tares traded or bred to other horse forfeits insurance and makes season money due All will stand at my farm on Otlenbelm pike 3 miles from Hlnnford Mares grazed lit 12 per month Care taken to prevent IdenU but not re ix n lble should and occur D1HHON A HMITII Htanford Ky Chester S This son of Chester Dart will make tho present season at my burn 1U miles from IcKlnneyon McKinney and Mlddleburg pike at Insure a living colt DKHCUIPTIOX Ann PRIUCIHEK He is a black with star In with ull time style nud nll1lhchllrnctrhllo of the Chester Dare family n good acting horse and a proven breeder lieu him before woklng your marcs If you are looking for n gOOlI breeder at living price Hired bJ Cues ten Dare 1st dam by Telegraph jtnd dam by hippy by ylonbrlnoCh- iefChester Peavine 3184 A H II n In offering the service of this young stale lion to the public do not to say he is the lest bred saddle tullloll that will be offered for service In jjiu county this year shls breeding will show Hired by hex envlnul7V4 bu by Itex McDonald Ktl lit dom MUs Madison she by Chester hare 2nd damn by Ieuvlno Hi jnoro extended pedl greo will bu furnlvbed on application This talllon has tho best blood of time saddle horse world In him Both 2nd dams by lea Ill 85 crosses twice to JJInckBciulrrel twice otitoiKiwull Jackson once to Dnvu Akin ChosterDarehow can he bread wrong Ills sire Hex Pea vine produced three chnniiilonshlp winners of year Edna and May Day Reo and breed to him If yon WUIlt the last Will serve n limited number oP mires at t3 to Insure n living colt At the same tune and place will stand three ns good mule Jacks as can be found In the country at tho low price of fS to Insure n Ivlng colt- 1I10noyduewlthllll tho nbovo advertised mareleavesbred to other stock All cure taken to pre vent nccldents but not responsible should any occur prIceR Ky a FOR SALE I Rhode Island nod Pullets and Cockerel Kggs from selected pens II Ii Wild Milliard Duck Kggs or young Ducks Call and see them MilK KHMIBTON Phone Crab Orchard Ky Stonewall JacksonJrTht- stine black Hnddle Hlnlllon was sirnl b the treat saddle breeding Htoncwall This colts dom was n lhilmnrk mare lie Is n nice colt lie lies colts to prove his good breeding Will stern at sto Insure until weaning time I hull o lien on all colts until paid for llurrcn mart made to stand by the Impnguntoa Billy Breckinridge MnjorJohnstake the neon of iwd ut my tiara at js to Insure n colt until weaning time Itls get of Is now on my term to show for his good breeding He Is a sure foul getter A T Trolort HOIIS Pleasant Hill brew ins farm Htanfordjl V n Nu4 Dorsey Golddust 12052 r byZllcndllolclen Mlngouiilir trnclUK back to Justin Morgan on both stiles making him nn Ino tensely Inbred Morgan stallion llr 1s ndari y lands and lghII IIIIb As a breeder he has fttwe iiaUn trutennnduui form breeder of highclass snow and rand horses combining nlithuqualities for hni nets and saddle and In demnnd at top prim 10 of his got having sold ion fiuxo and II anti 4yearolds only farm broken my owi rnl 1itithavitoIdlQtlie post year for UII JLIlorO will mnke the present seiiKinat my hum tear Hlonford at to Insure a living colt Aluo n large and line young Jack n grand Ion of Tom reenu and Joe lllackburn nt I to Insure n living colt Mar kept at ha per tiny flood attention hut no risponsl blllty for accidents or escapes F UKI DDanville Ky DON VARRICK This magnificently bretl young staltyo will niakethuaeanonoflitsitniy place in Htnllford Ky Ietler known as the hr ley plnso ut sill to insure II 1IllIg colt Iron InlrInshort back excellent bone and line muscles Just the typo you are looking for to breed our lucres lion Varrlck Is by the greet Ounrd 1nr20011that sold for if1110 he by ono very best sons of George Wllkes Onward was out of rollp nod no man ever produced 2 such Illustn ous 0n1 Unwnrtl and Director Onward Hllver won the Transylvania In IWJ In n 7 heat race defeating such talent ns Husl Jay iu6W and Chain Hhot The same year he won tne llanner Memorial and Mnsui chusrtts In broken heats non Vnrrlck1 lit dnm by Wilkes Bt by Uurge Wllknd II sister to The WaR 21515 rod dlllll Mil Midlinev1chesterSitIIilhy1tlltonranndMiss 115 Si This rich Inheritance of speed am blood lines should appeal to the public who wishes to breed Mates kept nt toe per day All cure taken but will no for accidents or escapee UltI1IKItitY Stanford GALTON 12910 Heason ot NHlreofOalvlnC 1917 Al burns 22ijj and slxothers with trials from 2si to 11- those are the only ones that were ever hand led for speed Also the sire of one dam with one In tUB fan list Htrtdbp Jnmlxtta Wll kes1116 the street an In the x00 list in In 110 aim iwlter claimed to lie the greatest slreln the world lit dam iMilsey Kleli igrnnddamOfSnltbrecord ofiron i217 to 2Ut 1r Entheld2 v son of Jlllmbitonian 10 dam 117HseleyAmerican Htar Kntlel S3ibas0ln SiJO his daughters hare ni JII or better end dam Quickstep Ken tncky Prince Jr sire of J U 1l7 1ein onade ttnlnd dmusofISinthurh list aril dam by Uld Joe sire of the dam of J Uuiton tll1h carries the blood of four leading families llambletonlan Pllkes5fanmbrhio Ublf cud 14eIey s Amr can Htnr nations colts hays gong ngalnst mud defeated the lost In harness classes and roadster rings they are In great demand sellng as high aslDuOaftermalurltyearllngsfioii t 1100 mlUswestof 10 fro llustonvlhlton pullonfie vllle pikedl115toInsure aliving cuhtMoo dUll If 1II0re II traded after being tiremi Plenty of grass at nu per month soveil ex prosily for inures no other slack milled with marts hhve gross lots and large stables for mares to hoist Grain fed at cost done In residence Hu u nvllleKictmnn W M IHIfJ- IlIultollvllll Ky n ALMONT DARE Registered In A H It Iti Mind by Dignity Dare U8J A H Hi- He by Chester rue 10 he by lllack H iulrre M he by Black o le hl by KingWII llamCT ht dllIIJoxawa Kxg AT H IL she bj AlxinlUh Mambrlno lie byAlrionttuYnddunLndyDavisby CAt Davis by H by orelllin Light by Yorlllnlr by hnlort- edUlencu4thdatiiPetlteU byuunirghams opper hotter tith dent Buzzard NOTE Almont Dare ns we are able to dlscovar is lint horse on record hay- Ing to his credit the humor of defeating with his own progeny those of his great sirs Dig nlty Dare doing so limit year every time coning In contact with them As nn Indl rldual this Is a very attractive hone stand- Ing 10 hands with style A bvtiullfu bay with manners unparalelled even by a Ufy A remarkable snow horse In harnei and under saddle Hbowsfi distinct saddle alts all very fast and pleasant with spee- dofaeulnutecllp In harness One cannot oncelveof n liner bred horse tracing n limes to horses on his dams still alone traces to IIIIJIOrIllIlrnlnKr times Trop DlomedeS I lmes Impulenco tlllle 1liinsor Jaillnorn Matcher Kllnnap llockfnst Traveler nnd others This Is n rare opportunity to bceedtooneof America1 bet at alb Will also stand two good mule Jacks at t each Will make the season of lug at mj place 2Y miles from Hustonvlllo on Huston vtllenn Liberty turnpike Otassfurnislied in abundance at 11 per month Not reipon Ible for accidents K B POWELL A HO- Nllutonvllie Ky Morgan Denmark This line stallion will make the present season nt the low price of eight dollars to In ura a living volt He has more Deiimnrl blood than arty living stallion as will bo by ills pedigree Moran Denmarl was sired by On TIme whose traces back to the Imported dalll11Mhow mares In Kentucky Mho was sired Stonewall Jackson J K BAUGHMAN Black jack with white points ley lands high Iargo head and ear heavy one was sired by rKlsaii- iicllent mulo and fennel jack and a proven sure foal getter As n breeder he has boon true and proven second to none In this local- Ity Ho will stand at the low price of III to insure a living colt Jennets samu terms as arum JOHNT- he noted Ham Cochran Jack hOI been tried In this locality for years nnd given satisfaction He Is in splendid condition to make the present season and will stand at the low price I7 to Insuto n living colt You run no risk In patronizing such u Jack BULL Will stand a fine Tolled Angus bull nt one dollar at the gate He leis proven an excellent breeder The above mentioned tock will stand at ny barn one mile North of Ireachersvlllo on the Lancaster and Urab Orchard Pike Mares and nt a reasonable price My Individual attention given at all tlmel nnd skilled service rendered but not responsible should any occurILHtanford II F D No notin Phone 78 V SftOESi SKOES J ILowI were believe the styles areas pretty as the Shoe maker turns outIt The Walkover 350 4 and 500 The Manss 350 andw I 500 Patents Tans and Vici in Ladies Goods 250 and 300 See them and you will be convinced of the correctness of our statement H J McROBBRTSSTANFORD 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 Claims Notes And t Accounts I ir J t Notes and accounts accepted for collection anywhere in the United States Jf Claims of all kinds carefully looked after iniall parts of the county ledeal Estate of all kinds sold and exchang Correspondence solicited OvNtidv Somerset Real Estate Agency I Somerset Ky 11 r IThe Interior Journal fl BrANFono Ky MAY 12 1908 r RED Cedar Flakes ore made from th wood of genuine red cedar and are BI sure protection against moths 15c package Pennys drug storoIPERSONALS f Miss LENA BMINETT Is quito sick MR SAM M OWENS went to London Sunday night MR THOMAS L DAVISON is out alto a severe Illness MR D B RAMBO of Urodhcad Wa hero yesterday MR JOHN W DOAN of Mt Verno twos hero Friday liON B B KINO of Morelandftis In Nebraska on business Miss MARIE MAIIONY visited the I Misses Collier at Crub Orchard CAIT D H GOYEN spent several days with his family in Lexington Miss MILDRED Cosnv of Junction City was the guest of Miss Bosnia MR A C MANNING of Fairfax counltyMR AND MRS G A PCYTON o with relatives hereIMR AND MRS A E GIBBONS o Danville spent Sunday with relatives here MR ALFRED DOWNER of Detroit Mich is with his brother Mr John Downer MR E Eo YOUNG who Is attending 1school at SarWurvlllo is at homo for a few days- MRS GEORGE HOLTZCLAW who lives End of town Is III with 11typhoid lover MR GEORGE B ELLIS and wife Cincinnati spent several days with thoI homofolks hero r MR W B KINO postmaster at Pineville was on Fridays train return log from Louisville DR Moses L COOK of Nashville spent several days with his sisters another relatives here ylIBORN to tho wife of William Long twin boys Mr Long is a tenant on 11a Mr John B Fosters farm Miss FLORENCE BECK who has been ill for a long time went to Louisville yesterday to consult a specialist JAMES JONES of Uuitonvlllc was hero yesterday assisting his relative Mrs Woodle Jones In her restaurant MRS M IL SMITH of Owensboro end Miss Lillian Leavell of Oryanta t vllle are guests of Miss Tcvls Carpen terMn JOHN Lfwts THOMAS of Midway I was the guest of Miss Nannlo Woods i f Engleman He attended the Bachelor Maids dance MRS W B McKiNNEY and little daughter Nancy Katherine returned Saturday from a visit to Mrs W N Craig at Middlcsboro MASTERS CHARLES AND JOHN DEN HAM of Corbin are spending a week with their grandparents Mr and Mrs J P Denham In the McKinney section BORN to the wife of Mr A C Con nett a 13pound boy making nine sons for the clever gentleman and his good namedIstudents of Madison Female College for tho graduating exercises of that PRENTICE OREAK and Ben Hughes of Frankfort and Chas E Bohon of Lebanon were tho guests of J M Alverson for the Bachelor Maids dance DR E J BROWN left this morning to attend the Railway Surgeons con vention in Louisville From that place ho will go to Chicago and spend a month attejeding lectures MR E J TANNER of McKinney was elected at tho Owensboro meeting of tho American Woodmen a delegate to the convention at Kewanee This Is quito a compliment to tho clover gen comes from Nashville that a son has blessed the union of Mr and Mrs James B Cook The young man has been named James Bailey for his father and great uncle Judge James P Bailey of this city MR SUELTON M SAUFLEY wife and son came over from Frankfort Satur day night to see Mrs S H Baughman who is very ill The former returned Monday morning but the wife and son will remain some time MRS G A HUGHES of McKinney has been visiting her daughters Mes dames Mattlo Toombs and E H Hans ford Mrs Jennie Duncan and child ren of McKinney are with her sister Mrs Hansford Sr Somerset Repub licanMiss MARGARET SHANKS HOCKER daughter of Mr J S Hocker of this place is a member of the graduating lass of Hamilton College Lexington Sho has our thanks for an invitation to tho commencement exercises which will begin May 15 and continuo until tho 21stJ J PING who has made in Missouri as a teacher is hero a portion of his vacation spendingI folks friends Mrs R E son and daughter Miss Lillie came up from Crab Saturday for a poyntorJMt MRS BETTIB JONES of Mt Salem Is with Mrs SJ Dell Mips ELIZABETH BAUGHMAN of Dab vllle Is with Mrs E T Pence FRED GARNETT is back from a visit to his mother and sister at Cave City MR W D FERRILL and family of Mitchellsburg aro with Mr W B Jar vie HUGH SAM WHITE of Lebanon Jum lion spent several days with relatives EndI FARRIS of DanvilU and John M White of Parksvillc at tended court here yesterday MRS S II BAUGHMAtt who has been very III for several days Is thought to be somewhat better MESDAMES W J MONTGOMERY Clarence Toombs and H B Ferrill of the Southern End were hero yesterday LOCALS our a E Lawn Mower Farris ISee LOT of roues geraniums and sultans for sale cheap Mrs Ed Hubbard WANTED to buy your wool Sack at turkey pens H B Northcott Stan ford 1GET ready for the masquerade rink Friday night 6 In gold to tho beat masked personI- hIANDLE tho Genuine Virginia saddle have them In stock now J C McClary Stanford PURE S C Brown Leghorn eggs for sale Write or phone Mrs Robert L Berry Hustonvlllu Ky n HartMarx euit IDuy know you will havo a good one Cummins Wearen ITm Ladies Aid Society of tho Pros church will meet with Mrs Mattlo Withers Friday afternoon at 280 LOST a book containing the minute and records of tho Hustonvillo Cemetery Co Return to this office and Ket reward THE Stanford Drug Co has a splendid cigar called J T Mcncfeos Selec tos which smokers pronounce very fine Try one BASE BALL Reds vs New York Excursion to Cincinnati and return via Queen Crescent Route Ask agen for particulars y THE Stanford Drug Co has just put In position a very handsome lot of shot cases which give that store a very city like appearance THOSE owing the Stanford Drug Co will please settle Tho business mustI be closed up in a few weeks This means you It you owo tho firm THE examination for whito schoo teachers will bo held here Friday am Saturday next The examination fog colored teachers will bo held a week later May 22 and 23 THE next thing in tore for tho young people is the masquerade rink at Wet tons Opera House next Friday night 15th A largo number will contest for tho prize of 5 In gold GEORGE AARONS Irun grocery in tho storeroom at Shelby City which Mr J B Higgins of this place vacat ed Mr Higgins will open his Store here the last of this week WE will deliver ice anywhcro in the city limits If you aro not a regular customer phone your order in the afternoon for next morning delivery B F Rout Mgr Water Light Ice Co BERRYOscar D son of Jarrett Berry of Highland died and was bur led Friday He was 19 years old and a most excellent young man The re mains were laid to rest at Mt Morlah DR J G CARPENTER of this place will rend a paper on The Ideal Tech nique In Amputation at tho Railway Surgeons Association meeting which will be held In Louisville today and tomorrow FOR SALEI will publicly a new and completo laundry outfit to tho high est and best bidder at the court house door in Stanford on Saturday May 16 at 3 P M J E Buck Secy Stanfon Laundry Co DONT forget that John Thompson admittedly tho funniest man on the American stage will hold tho boards at Waltons Opera House May 27 Ad mission 25 35 and 50c tho latter price for reserved seats MR DAVID FLowQAN trua blue democrat and a mighty clever man has announced for assessor of Boyle county Mr Logan was a member of the democratic committee of this county for many years and did valiant services for tho party His many friends in Lin coIn hope ho will win and would like to deaden over tho lino and voto for him ITilE city council at its meeting Thursday night passed an ordinance relative to vagrants for which the good people should bo thankful This ought to put to tho loafing on street corners other public places of able bodied land who havo no means of sup The penalty for such offense is a fino and 30 days In jail and Chief of Police Carter proposes to enforce the law Get busy or you bo arrest ed on the charge of vagrancy GARDEN hoes hose rakes mattock and plows FarrisM- A8QUERADE rink Fridaynight 5 tybest masked person SEE the D E Lawn Mower befog you buy George H Farris WALL paper furniture polish and matting at Trlbblo Pences repairentMENS ladles and childrens Oxfords Stock is complete Cummins Wear en HIGHEST market price paid for all kinds of produce IL B Northcott Stanford COMPLETE lino of Deering machinery mowers binders rakes J L Bcaz ley Co- TWELVE volumes of Confederate Military History for sale S P Gray Stanford GOOD family for salt Safe any whore you put him R C Nunnelley Turncrsville FOR Mareharness and phae ton Apply to Mrs Hannah L Steger Crab Orchard Ky BEDDING plants rQ now ready Cut flowers always on hand Miss Len Hampton Logan Ave Stanford Mit R M ARNOLD tho buggy man of Danville was here yesterday and Ielt u tug advertisement which will appeal next issue MARE and mule colt for sale or ex change same for good buggy horse Wil have on street court day Colt two monthsold W B McRoberts NOTHING worthy of mention wat done In the county court yesterday A few orders was the extent of the business transacted by that augusi body DONT forget tho Samuel Duddera sale next Thursday lath Everything from a good farm to a country ham will be sold See advertisement In this issue J L BEAZLEY Co are giving their patrons and friends pretty pocketbooks which wo suppose they are expected to till with money and spend at their furniture store TUB Ladles Aid Society of the lice tonvillo Baptist church will meet at the church at that place next Thursday at 2 oclock Every lady member is re quested to be present Important bus iness DEAR in mind tho sale of horses bug gies drummers wagons harness etc at Gentry Myers livery stable on Depot street next Saturday afternoon May 16 at 2 PI Tho firm takes this method of dissolving partnership BEAUTIFUL invitations have been sued by the graduating class of the Stanford Graded School to tho com mencement exercises which will occur at Waltons House at 10 A M Wednesday May 20 The graduates are Miss Bessie Dudderar Yantis and Mr John Downer Jr- MEMORIAL services of G A R Post No 26 will be held at Ephesus Baptist church in this county on Sunday May 31st at 10 oclock Sermon to the old soldiers will bo preached by Rev Wm McHutchings of Prcachersvillc Song service and talks by others Dinner on the grounds K D Noakes Adjutant Post No 26 G A R OUR old friend Mr William E Amon formerly of this county but now living in the Bryontsvllle section of Garrard received a letter from socall ed night riders warninghim to raise no tobacco this year The dispatch telling about it did not say whether or not he would obey instructions but knowing him as we do well wager ho will not DELIGIITFUL OCCASIONThe Bache lor Maids danco at Waltons Opera louse Friday night was a thing of beauty and a joy while it lasted It was an oegant affair and tho ladies who were instrumental in having it have put the society people of Stanford and the adjoining towns under lasting obli gations At about 9 oclock the young ladles began to arrive with tho beaux and some 30 or 40 mutes later the grand march with 2G couples was Indulged in Saxton Trost furnished the sweetest of music and it was nearly a oclock when the last number on tho program was finished Tho young men were elaborately entertained and they feel very gratefuljto tho Bachelor Maids for tho delightful evening given them At midnight a toothsome repast was partaken of Tables loaded down with Itood things had been arranged in tho torerooms vacated by Cummins IcClary and there fully 50 couples pent a most enjoyable and satisfactory hour The Bachelor Maids did nothing by halves and their Leap Year dance rill long be remembered by those who wero fortunate enough to be present The young ladles fairly outdid themselves and are heartily deserving of all tho good things that are being said bout them A number of visitors were ireaent from all the surrounding towns and all were made to feel that it was good to be there SOME new Toilet Sets at Farris FRESH carload of Wall Plaster and Portland Cement just in J M Phillips Tire postoffice is receiving a coat of paper and paint that will add greatly to the appearance of the room NOELMr H T Noel brother of Rev R R Noel of this place died In California Friday after a long illness THERE is a saloon for every 13 men in one of the new Illinois towns Tha place is almost as wet as some of our people claim that Macksville is THE residence at ble owned by L G Hubble and occupied by Robert Hutchison lato of Wayne county burned Saturday It caught from the stable which also burned It is not known how the stable caught A RATHER small crowd attended court yesterday and business generally wax dull It was the first day for a week or moro that farmers could work and they showed their good judgment by remaining at home and plowing Tim Times deedlad to learn that Congressman Harvey Holm will return to C Ogress to represent tho Eighth district Wo congratulate the Eighth district upon the endorsement This Is Mr Helms first term in Con relS but ho has made a record for himself and one which all Kentucky is proud of Ho is recognized as one of tho foremost of the younger men in Kentucky politics and we predict that ho will some day hold a higher position than that which ho now holdsSomer- set Times NOTICE I AU person who having been and are now treipaulng on the public roads ol Mn ocln county Ky by obstructing the high way In any manner err hereby notified toI remove tamo at once or they will lw prose cuted to the lulleit extent of the law Thl April 1KH K Adorinas Fox Ii n handiuimc large young Jersey Bull de kwmlr d from n long und unbroken line of the most noted und cows on the IiInml or Jvrtiy and America JIll ImllOrtedIIndflulldlOI rich milk In one tiny If lIeve Like begets Like or the Likeness of some Ancestor nod have a strictly good cow you should avail yourself of his service He will be allowed to serve n limited number of approved registered cows out side of our own herd this yenr for n fee of Israeli Make engagement before sending cow to be bred Rail OTTBIl KyNbull craves that will be told at right prices Choice Goods Fooled January IMlf black with white points 152 huuds Hired by Wonder und out ol Ohenuult Jennet W7 WondO was sired by llelknap he by Imported llelkimp Importl1Ietin Humncr county Tenn nnd Is n great in dividual He woii the blue tie In the sweep stake ring nt ILu Htnto fair at Nashville uiid has me due ties to his credit Hee Uholo lloods Vfore you breed He will serve Jennets nt aund Mares nt to In sure living colts Wlll stand two other Jacks oUIO to Insure living colts also stand the magnificent draft stal lion Ueorge Jlerrnt 510 to Insure u living cult M BALOIISIAN HtanronlIi Sale of Blue Grass Land and Per sonalty As executor of Hamucl H Uudderar I will on THIWHDAYSIAYHIK18 s beginning ntB oclock AM nt his late rest deuce about onehalf mile from Goshen to lIneulncuuntyKyoifer for sale ut publlo outcry his home place being n line lllue jrass farm of about Bioiicro In a high stale of cultivation containing a twostory Irumu house of rooms all neces nary outbuildings und well alto about 00 IIcrel 01 goal illuoure II mood un Improved about milt East of Cohen churh the following personal proper lyj Four aged work mules 2yeorold cat UelD lot of cows and calve hogs sows and uUlhellof wheat8yenrlhtgcnttleallkinds- or good farming Implement nnd machin ery household und kitchen furniture of all kinds H Interest In stock scales 19 hams Isides shoulders I surrey l buggy har ness saddle wagon shares of stock In the llorrard Hunk and Trust co and 8y shares of stock In the Flit National Hank of Htnnford various other things Possession Kfallit land except the part now In cultivation to be given as soon ns withTerms of sale Dinner will bo furnished on the grounds A e1t01IIN HON Executor of Samuel Dudderur J Clilindler Aucllo- tleerCINCINNATI 150 AND RETURN VIA sU1o r As7 MAY 17TH SPECIAL TRAIN leaving Junction City 600 AM TICKET AGENT FOR Ii- p os ro o z tott o a1p 0 I1 0- t 071 0h fI nn We are showing the snappiest line of Ladies Low Shoes in town The Toes are right the Heels are correct and they are beautifully shaped and make the foot look well dressed All lasts and all sizes Special Values in Tan Geneva Silk Hose 25c Special Values in Black Geneva Silk Hose 25- cSEVERANCE SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY r We Hand You No Lemon When you let us take your measure for an International Suit of Clothes They are composed of tho finest material that can be put into clothes Every buttonhole is hand sewed and every collar band feuded Especially one thing in the Inter national Suit people should take into consideration That isethe Hue hair cloth lining all wool padded shoulders so as to retain the proper elmpe and many beautiful styles in Colors Stripes Drowns Blacks Greys In Blue Serges we believe that we have the world skinned in quality and prices Every garment is guaranteed to fit and give entire satisfaction Call around nnd let us show you our samples TRIBBLE HUGHES jDryGoods Notions Shoes IOpera 1STANFORD rSheep Dip andrSheep Shears f IraH HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky t- t rThe Interior Journal Entercdintke Pal OjJke at Stanford ij WXindclaH maUer PUBLISHED TOIHDATB AND rRIDLTt 11jfr JOO PER YEAR CASK When not so paid 1800 will be charged t Rhode Island Red Eggs llhode Rand Red Eggs JlJOfor 15 II fo 1 f nbO for I rem ngent lor Cypher In CUuntOfl and nrooderl 4blrLL B COOK titnnfortl Ky f B D CARTER Depot Llverv Stroot 11Now Phone 96 D KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I t For the arrest and conviction of any person trespassing u farm day or night or doing Injury rgItock In traveling the pub i lIc blghwaYI or Injury to stock from the lands of people This reward refers to past present and future I also otter a spec it del reward of too for particulars see me I alto offer two special of yo nnd Ilfueach1GCarpenter i McKINNEY MARBLE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers tn and manufacturers of Ornnlte t nod Marble Monuments FirstClass Work- at Reasonable lrlces Offlce and Works- McKInneyKy Hhop closed on Haturdoy f Notice To Contractors I Ieare ready to receive bids for n turn- piket to be built from KlngnIIIe Ky to the county Ilne n dlntance of ooout 1miles Thecontmct will be let IS u whole or In sections of one half mile or more for the construc t Dans and Ipeclllcatlons obtained on appliIon of this can the undersigned All bids must Abetlealed and sent In not later than May 15 The supervisors reserve the to reject any and all JH McKfeJV I5Acton O A Welter supervisors Wanted To Buy Oak and Beech Lumber ij tSVIIIpay highest prices Have for and Beech Flooring Write to Kentucky Hardwood Flooring Co Beech Sty near Woodland Ave Lou IiIsvllle Ky f AS PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberU Drug Stole in the Owsley Building i Sign Writing Draper and JIouio Painting Paper Hanger G MEDAIRY Interior Frisco Decorator Graining Kte McKINNKV KY TOBACCO BARNS I Many insurance companies havexancolled their Policies the Tobacco District nnd others have ceased writing at a time when the former needs them the most A Friend inneed Is a Friend Indeed Tho Homo Insurance Company of NY the largest and most popular Fire Insurance Company has always and Is now writing tobacco barns and nil classes of farm property They have not cancelled a single Policy even in coun ties tobacco trouble hue been the r worst Forlnsurancoonnilch9sesoffarm Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY J JLBeazleyCo i Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur ix niture MattingsRugs They willexchange Furniture for t4all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right I STANFORD KENTUCKY rt t J Ce McCfary Undertake r Embalmer and Doalor InlHarnosa Saddlory STANFORD KY ONce fiione Home hono i f rTRwiaL1XYII MiyPebrh ti c FARMERS DEPARTMENT S J Bell sold to a Danville party a mare for 8140 Josiah Anderson sold to John Pellma a mare for 130 D R Thompson bought a bunch of 75pound shoats at 4ic lam standing good Jersey bull at 2 Ed Hubbard Stanford Logan Stephenson bought of Fred Niculla a harness mare for 175 A J Thompson of the East End bought of various parties 90 shoats a t 4c J M Gooch and R C Dudderar sold to Lawson Drown 31 200pound hog at Sc FOR SALE75 cows and heifers fresh milkers C T Bohon Son Lebanon Ky I have a lot of good timothy hay Cor sale at 50 cents per hundred if taken at once L C Dunn Hustonville Ky I have a number of good Jersey cows fresh and fine milkers for sale WrIte or call at once H M Herndon Shel by City Ky John B RlfTo wants to buy your woo this year He will pay the highest mar ket price Sacks at Hustonville Set him before you sell ESTRAYA red heifer weighing 600 to 550 pounds left my place a few days since She is in fairly good condition Liberal reward for her return or infor mation leading to her recovery J W Williams Stanford Roy Beazlcy sold to Boyd Morrow a fine threeyearold mare for 200 Mr Beazleys training stable is full up and doing a good business His horse and jack are attracting much attention They are both of fine blood Somerset RepublicanWillis received a letter Wed nesday from his sqn Jack who is now in Colorado that he had shipped to Kentucky a 3000 Belgium stallion which is expected to arrive at Mt Vernon next week The horse is direct from Belgium is only three years old and weighs 2300 poundsMt Vernon SignalS COURT Thera were about 300 cattle on the Stanford market yesterday and most of them sold Prices ranged from 2 to 5Jc The former price was for a common lot of butcher stuff and the latter for extra good yearlings andtwo year olds Little or nothing was done in the horse and mule market Tired nerves with that no ambi tion feeling that Is commonly felt In Spring or early Summer can be easI- ly andqulckly altered by taking what is known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restorative Ono will absolutely note a changed fooling within 43 hours after beginning totake the Restorative The bowels get sluggish in the wintertime the circulation often slows up the Kidneys pro inactive and even the heart In many cases grows decidedly weaker Dr Shoops Restorative is recognized everywhere as a genuine tonic to these vital or gans It builds yp and strengthens the wornout weakened nerves It sharpens the falling appetite and uni versally aids digestion It always quickly brings renewed strength life rigor and ambition Try it and be convinced Sold by Pennys Drug Store Fifteen thousand people visited the luinness death farm near Laporte Ind Sunday The crowd was so greet hat officers were forced to stop Investigations Another Chicago suitor for the hand of Mrs Guinness is reported nissing More News i theNew Eng land States- If any one has any doubt as to the rirturo of Foleys Kidney Cure they teed only to refer to Mr AlvIn H Stlmpaon of Wllliraantlc Conn who after almost losing hope of re covery on account of the failure of so nany remedies finally tried Foleys KIdney Cure whlbh he says was just tbe thing for him us four bottles Hired him completely Ho Is now en Irelywell and free from all the suf- ferIng incident to acute kidney trouble Pennys Drug Store r The tobacco beds of E C McWhor ter of the Bryantsvllle section were destroyed Cleveland Rose of the ame vicinity who intended raising obacco found a bunch of switches and a note of warning on his front gate Notice To Our Customers We are pleased to announcd that roleys Honey and Tar for coughs olds and lung troubles is not effected b3 the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recommend ltd as a safe remedy for children ann adults Pennys Drug Store A verdict was rendered by a jury In the court at Bloomington III letting aside the will of Banker Thomas Crumbaugh who left 500000 to the Spiritualist church Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup Is best rue women and children Its mild ac- tIon and pleasant taste makes it preferable to violent purgatives such as pills tablets etc Get the booklet and a sample of Orino at Pennys Drug Store t6 I Weak women should road nt1Dook No4 For Women It was written expressly for women who are not well The Book No4 tells ofDr Shoop Night Cure and just how these soothing healing antiseptic supposl tbrled can be successfully applied The boos and strictly confidential medical advice is entirely free Write Dr Shoop Racine WIs The Nigh Cure Is sold by Pennys Drug Store A verdict rendered by a jury at Bloom- Ington III set aside the will of Thomas Crumbaugh who left half million dollars to the SpirItualist Church Small Farm For Sale I Situated on Somerset pike four mile frown Htnnford Contains 1W acres Ooot residence und abundant outhouses In good repair For further particulars call nt thll otfl cu Goats for Sale I have for stile a nice of goats and harness to lit them Work well either double or single Also four Angora goats Will sell at n URIAII DUNN HAaDpDoxIfudmnvllleK1 Two Head of Good Butcher Stuff and 3 Jersey Cows and Cal ves for sale at a Bar gainG Pruitt Moreland GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there a so little difference In the price of ready wade suits and tt suit imuleto your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have n haodlome line of Hprlngt Humlller good oao make from a low price business suit to Shennesttresssuit Also Ovrcqat Tron Ira and Fancy Vests The company I represent Is second to none U HUILBY The Tailor Htanford Ky Beau Naboth 45006- By Naboth 1O11O byNorvnilu J hy Metropolitan Jm by Hnmbletoii Inn 10 Srd dour Josephine by Mamhrlno MaryWithersby Wagner Oth dam by Imp Trniiby 7th dam by Thorntons Rattler Heau Noboth Is n handsome hay standing 15344 hand or grellt style and ac and ha toGdsWill stand nt the bun of Felix White 1H miles south of Stanford near Homerset pike at f to Insure n living colt Mnres from a distance grazed at IJJO Money due when more Is traded or parted with or bred elsewhere The best personal are taken though no relponolbllltrfor ac cidents or escapes Htnnford Ky Indigestion In itself a true disease We think of Djripcptt Teathetone Ickuurnothlnz elJIt was this fact that lint correctly led Dr Eboop In the creation of that now very popular Btomacn teroedrOr whoops Restorative Going direct to the stomach nerves alone brought that succes- sad favor to Dr and his Restorative Without that original and highly vital principle no ooh litlnc accomplishments were ever to be bad For stomach distress bloating biliousness bad Shoop-atutorsirehbtetsorUquldandkefot your elf b t It can and will do We sell and cboely ally recommend Dr Slioops RestorativePENNYS DRUG STORE Lincoln Squirrel polntaIIIIIIJlldblgnood lone splendid and tine neckwull lut In high mounted shoulders n combined red horse hut I use hiss only III harness ind more perfect harness horseil have lever seencan step very fat with extreme hIgh action all around and I think him to aonoof the best stallions In the Hint to ireiil to to get good highclans wulk trot and business horses that will bring you pricesHe yearling and twoyearold oils that I luvlti breeders to see byinrlonHqufrreltbeM he by HlHCk Kagle7lbe King Wit lain 07 JlnrtonMqutrralJutiluubyOraenf- ountnln 2nd duo by Hughes Kdwln Fort Lincoln Squirrel lit dam Kate ilesscngtfr by Messenger lull rother to Milude Meuenger record 216- red dam Maria Deponw by Mnmbrlno Star Ightn full Croat to Melt fhornItl3rdd- um Molllu by Yorkihlru Mack grand sire U the sire of more noted lilglicbisH imlcllo hone thismy other hone In this world such nn HlKll land Denmark Cbeiterlan Ikd Bqulrrtl und many others Will timki the season of nt my MilPlmru In Htnnford tit IliJO to niuro u living colt Money due when colt foaled or inure parted with Happy Brummel Red sorrel a white feetitor nnd V3 land high old and theilnest ounit saddle sot ImLtbnt I ever owned Hired by Happy noulhe by Menu Drum rich lit dim by Almont Jr 2nd dam by Hllver Denmark aril dusty llnnibletonlanlOMthilnm by Drool hub Vorrlck he by Uarbeau Thfa horse will ho permitted to servo only few mares and wll prepared to lefuatnllcbumploni Service to Insure a living colt Red Light lied sorrel hor eflyrnnioll101innlililgli ixtru weight nod Hired by fiimoui roadster nhd sire JltdI- oenr who Is too well known to all liorwnif to teed ducrlllllol jxdlgrif lie by O Itddghta211 son of tho 3ml him Null by old Unlsont IIrd darn Noondiiy by Ht Klniof Ith dum Midnight by Pilot lr6th dam Twilight by Lexington ell dam IMrkwsa In the wrvlce or this promliliiK foiuiK ntnlllon we feel info in saying think with itslzestyle form ipted and nctlon hnt ho Inbound Jo provo agreat stock horse w1lheInure a living colt money duo when colt thonhogoodlureJAMES DKAZlKY Stanford Ky OLD IUCGIES MADE NEW I OM nuggle inndo new Painted and Jt paired by MoIMierion t Walker All work guaranteed Shop over AldrldRO1 bind mlth hop on Wet Main Street Htnnfon Ky MASONS MEET Lincoln Ixxlso No 60 K A AMwlll die In slated commiuilention on each first ond third Monday nights ot onch month nt 700 oVIock In tliflr Imllon Main street Htnn ford Ky Menders of ulster 10 are fm termall invited to be presentLlenuW 56 T 1V IvnntnstonKec Hvnuon 6f SAMPSONT- his young Jnck will make this season nt my form where Hive the II Ilaunhmni farm Somas ot Stanford on the Mom mulelrad flu to Inure umro cults and rI to insure colt consider Hnmiuo n great breeding sack All of hit Ian yes Colts were uxtrii I showed two of thorn at Stanford iJiiicnutortinU Unnvlllo fairs anll won both lit and 2nd premiums In colt ring of 6 to 10 entries at all three mini also woi Ut In the upttnki ring at 1nncioter tbo only fair that gave it sweepstake KlRht or lids 1W7 colts and tour of hU liwl colts or now on my form H show for themselves J will appreciate any iDnres sept tc him nd feel sure uu will not ending KyPhone CHESTER JEWEL My stallion Chester Jewel black III hands high will make the Season of III ti lit my stable four tulle Yet of Omb Orohan at mouth of iMlar Creek at to Insure living colt byStmuss that sold for hid duns hi lIuronlby1I10nUeby JIIloli dth dan by Old Denmark ilb dam by Oolyer Money due when roli Is foaled or Ulan traded or pnrtixl Mares grazed at tlM per month all bills mild before removal o mures not responsible fur accident or vs capes JOHN W HOLM KB Crab Orchard Ky ASHLAND BROOK INo firM Vol A T nlt bred by Eugene lluok Pr Ashland llrook wn foaled lwtiolhlbay with left hind fool highXItIJIGIUHlrtd llrook No MargareIlnthgnlu2lli Elliot Htone Mi lardy Urook Iif nnd llunnlng llrook too Spent llrool by Unrkmlght Nu i the sire or Search htllghtJf and Valia fUH l ilrvtl by Alcyone No so record J7 Athliiml Urook Ut dam Hum Wren by Ashland WllkesZKil record 3U7U tho 110 of John H Gentry XuH Sally To Ir I IIrAhlnml Wllkes sired by Itet Iurle Wilkes OI- Udanr8lt1e Lilly by Treteiider liar Srd dan NOTK Ashland Brook Is n handsome tat low with lots of subtance has a hold wn 0f going with lots of speed style and nation ilia lint colts came last spring am hey were allone could uxpectthey nil bear Ing good rotors with of site and IoU or style nnd finish Ashland Brook vrll nuke the present season at f15 to Insure a living colt Will 1110 tand the great mule and helmet ack Hilly Keene at 110 fur mares and 22 for Jennets to Insure n tiring colt Illllj bltheIrlnce the sire of JOt lllackburn nnd llrlg IOUU Hilly Keene stands full U bands nock with white points and as a breeder Ii insurtMised as mule or Jack hltolti ilways bringing the highest prices Mare traded parted with or bred elsewhere for elts the Insurance and money becomes due III the time or such transaction KING EAGLE No KM Vol a A IN t6 King Kaglo Is 19 hands ilgbdurk bay with flowing mune and tnll1 toes all the gaits with plenty of speed style ihd action IrumarnNJndbyRoyal King25i1 hI lucklOn1isJI was by the noted ulre Pabbeir UJlnff onKH Kina xgIes 1st lulu obi hehy Ingle lllnl loll he by Old King tai hyHarrillJ 4th dam by Jim Hell thoroughbred NOTK King Kagle Is a combined a breeder of line colored and high styled- oltunll having plenty of size and action ill colts will show for themselves King duntuurtabktwoanllreunedudf or Htnnford on the Mliclby at thu ow price of 116 to Iniure n living colt stand the great mule Jack Jim Keene nt o for mares find J for Jennets Cltisureaiivipgcolt Jim Keene slnd by 1st dam by the Imp John Wells2nddum by lleeeher Jim Keene Is lV hands high black with wlilta lnltn Inm t mule jack the sire of the colt nod two earold that won first In their classes last onr lit the Kentucky State Fair H T AIIH1H A HOBT WOOLS Tilling 3 Htanford Ky THE WARFIELD Trial ztfl Trotting Hark nay Htaltlon mills fouled August led at Vllllage Ynrlll Kast Aurora N V FlrstdamNaugh ty Olrl hY Hex Amerlcus lyearold roo cord 11114 sire ot llattleton 4yr record 4IIII1IInn1225 of Onward Silver 2U i and liIJ others Ilro 23 list Onward Will sired iy George Wllkes by Mambrlno Kiu- gGslreof751nclullng Laity or the Monor IOHIord Derby 20l Heir lit Inw 20 i o others In 210 ilrddum Dotletby XutWood sue the tire or In the lis- tithdanTopesbyHtrnllruoreU9 sire n the list 3th damn Mlllard by Albion nth dam Ned h byIIalllbrlnoThe Warlleld was bred to only IS inures te has 12 foals nil upbeaded plenty of sty lu 1111 and sulntancu and plenty of speed The Vnrlllold Is n representative stallion In all the terns Implies To say he has size utotancn mid speed only Jn part emphasize the qualities combined In son of Dare tovll Helms them nnd they lire of such rmmetrlcalchamrtera n to snake him lnlllun among miniy Jill head mind neck why feet mud legs are perfect nnd when een In connection and rent benuty mire especlnllylmliresslve You hould see this horse afore breeding You will say you never looked at holler one The Warlleld Is the only stallion tint his lams In the great brood mam list lie has two Mambrlno King crosses two Mnmhrlno XlItChOIl two Mambrlno thief nno Chime me Onward Ueurga Wllkes Electioneer I Nutwood Htrnthmore moru trotting roses than any stallion alive The Warlleld by Dare IKvllJIxW record byIamhrinolilefll Dam Mercedes by Utilities hy Electioneer Darn olIla a great winner He won the ihumplonithlpnt the National horse Show IIIIH National Horse Show In class 12 chantpIoushlpNational Horse how 1W9 class 2 first National HorseHhow sw class 10 chnmplonnhlp National loreHbow 100 first NntlonaltursoShow JIIW CIIl883 lint National Horse Show lixu c11l8l10 lint Hoston horse Hhow IIWJ class 3 reserve lloston Horse Hhow class econd llostcm Hornehiliow tOOl clans 3 sec ond lioston Horse Hhow Illchi8it2 reserve 1I0 lon Horse Hhow 1KI clius lj third Ilos tOil Horse Hhow class He sired The teau Ideal 2dltJ islro of Princess Helen 0 Duvlls lauglit r2lVJ Hurnh Ham IIn 411 Trifler 14 IJllro JeII Jr 2244 Will make tile season nt our min- ilidlfroulMoKlgmeyeKyat to Insure n Living Colt a Will also stand the good 11LAOK JAOK lONQUKUORnt IS to Inure a Living Uolt- lIe l1 good ISM hands high wlilto et fiMOWKNHA80NMcKlnneyKy al DIGNITY DARE NO 1982 A S H R 30 to Insure a Money due when marts is sold traded or ptirte with n Owned by D S Carpenter Hustonville Kyethe Cincoln gounty national Bankrr Of Stanford 1UckYI l Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000- S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER JOHN 0 REID BOOKKEEPER H C CARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEPR DI7GOTORSrie113 Oivslev Stanton S U Shanks Stanford Geo W Curtor Slnufanl IJohn ll Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford John P 1 Gush Stanford J H Iuxtmi Stanfunl W U Tmyto- GilborU Crock R L Hubble Lnncnotor II Cumniius Ircnaherflvillc Lilburn Gooch Gilbert Creek Prospect 2087 A S H R- At 15 to Insure C C S K Carpenter Lawn Mm 2 12 Mlle Wor Huitonvlllt This coabured stallion will make the season of lun at lj wn Mere Htwk Farm si 1lltsl uS HiutonvlllH Ky on the Hrad fordsvlllenml Hutonvllle pike near Oar penters Htntlon it to Iniutv a llvlni eolt mums trwlnl or parted with or bred to ano her horse without con ent ollalllon owner forfeits Insiirniiif thv seaua ineoniaedue on time o suuli action lirn retalnml on all colts tilt axon Is paid Mar s grasrd nt t JO per month limln fed If dvttrnl at reasonable rites ill hums mint lie IIIIMI fore removal of mares Mares entruted will receive our OII1 attention nut we will not be responsible fm nocldrnts or as Ueacatrriofoaled In Ivn le hands high Weight lh5 thus Hay with two hind feet white to ankle A model oran t beau Short hawk lengthy quarters sleep tionally broad lint boor but smooth test of feet mind legs with the longest neck hnshaiHHl nnd more style than any horse in Ky Extremely flne weathers with neck comlna out nt exactly the proper plneo giving him wonderful style In hurness and under saddle beautiful ear set up exact ly nt proper place A wry important fen turn In II lnl hone He Is n bon of ex IInlIIlIdrroeaeicawsa t ness A real pkatur to look at by halter In harnmsor urMIddle byUhtrhy lilnek Fugu ba hr Klltg William tff r lit dam hone lan Nu 21J byQnTlma iiplfy FluteIKKvvondhe hnfdsllkv bliutvlf Thin esusu h colts nra of tint Particular type nnd artlon that Insurosthe brlraurnoIs- a al n for cllhtir thrw A1 relllunraU1Irruur five that tuna swan shaped neck that U ahMilutely nCCOOlIIr fur a show horse of this been a how horse from cohwlnnlIlIIlIn blue- tie in this and other State was winner lymrkIfurnlfirst In bis clans At Ihlmgo last was see und with nn prviKirtillon mef tins some of the null horwt In the Ililtml Slates under the sitildlf As an Individual he ranks highs a a bmdrr h prouiiMis tu take the front mnk What more could one ilomand CI AH KlAHlKNTKU Phone lliiitoiivlllr Ky Kxrhaiige e IwiaN4 nIW1f1r tI fT2JPAMOJY0 SDG2i GVTJ TOO If of the Diamond Edgo Toole you will use no other Everything brandied D E is warranted Good stock to select from GEORGE H FARRIS y THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY T- OTRANSFER s MONEY 18 BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPAQ IticonronATC1 If you want your Prescriptions carefully filled and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on mejW B McRoberts i S DRUGGIS1 STANFORD