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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s I vmot r THE INTERIOR JOURNALJXXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 19 1008 IVOL NO 22 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES J II Tallls a wellknown citizen of Burgin Is dead aged 38 James E Davis has been appointed postmaster at Rain Knox county Harry B Hanger bought tho bank rupt Ico plant at Richmond for 23000 Mack Gaines died at East Bernatadt from Injuries received while working in tho Now Diamond coal mines at Alta montG T Helm for many years chief of police of Danville will make tho race for Sheriff pf Boyle on tho democratic ticket Mrn Emma Bcsscr was awarded SoutherntGeorge Mahan and Marvin Adams two popular Danvillo boys havo bought t 4 Gilchors restaurant in Little Britain and will continuo tho business at the standMrs Landy and Mary Phelps her cook were fined 35 and costs in police court Wednesday afternoon on tho charge of selling beer in violation of the lawAdvocate- Charles and Henry Carr brothers who live in Whitley county wero par doned by Acting Gov Cox after they had served in tho penitentiary about 14 months on tho charge of confederating A Lancaster dispatch says James Mcrford a young farmer who lives nine miles northeast of Lancaster is a raving maniac as a result of reading tho stories of the lawless deeds of night riders Ho thinks tho riders are after him and was heavily armed when ar rested Elan Lanford who was shot threo weeks ago was taken to tho Pennlng ton Infirmary London yesterday Ho seems to bo doing fairly well Tho change was made in order that Dr II V Icnnlngton who performed tho operation and has tho case in charge ma t ho able to see him every dayMt Vernon Signal Kentucky Fair Dates The following are tho dates fixed fo holding the Kentucky fairs for 1903 Crab Orchard July ID 3 days Stanford July 22 3 days Georgetown Jujy 286 days Lancaster July 29 3 days Winchester Aug 4 4 days Danville Aug 5 3 days Lexington Aug 10 5 days Burkcsvllle Aug 11 4 days Lawrenccburg Aug 18 4 days Barbourville Aug 19 3 days London Aug 25 4 days Somerset Sept 4 days Paris Sept 6 days Monticello Sept 8 4 days on There la a Pink Pain Tablet mad e by Dr Shoop that will positively stop any pain anywhere In 20 minutes Druggists everywhere soil them as Ur Snoops Headache Tablets but they stop other yams as easily as headache Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets simply coax blood pressure away from pain centers that is all Pain comes from blood pressure con gestion Stop that pressure with Dr Shoops Headache Tablets and pair Is instantly gone 10 Tablets 25c Sold I y IVnnys Drug Store u LN TIMETABLE No Mouth 1111 rNo St Houth lltOU r I- So North 4SB No sx North Sis r l JOS S RICE Agen- tHENRYtWATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND t The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR- ONLY 150 Few people In tl e United States have not beard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all things her In all thing clean in all things It li essentially a family paper Uy a ipeclul arrangement we are enabled to of for the WEEKLY COUKIKBOiytNAt one year and this paper for the price named above Send your subscription for the com bination to usnot tc the CourierJournal Here and There Italy leads the nations of the world In tho matter of theatres John Wilhite aged 70 was given 10 years for bursary at Evansville Ind Arthur L Vorys says that Tafts nom nation on the first ballot at Chicago is assuredMrs Bella Hoskins Is dead at Camp bcllsvllle tier husband died just a week ago- Virgil Perry died at Compbellsvillo from the effects of wood alcohol taken with suicidal intent At Georgetown John Coham was ac quitted of shooting at his father Ho claimed self defense Lieut F T Evans a son of Hear Admiral Evans was ordered to dut aboard tho battleship Louisiana The strike of street car employes in Cleveland was declared Saturday and was attended with much disorder Gov Willson has returned to Frankfort Ho may not take up the Powers and Howard pardon cases for a week Fire at Childrcss Tex destroyed the machine blacksmith and boiler shops of tho Fort Worth and Denver road Tho total loss will reach 200 000 The Hopkins county grand jury in its report criticised the uso of troops in Hopkins county without any request having been made by the civil authori ties Night riders visited Hlnton in Scott county and destroyed a number of to bacco plant beds in that vicinity but outside of alarming the citizens did no further damage Monsignor John Forrclly of Nash ville spiritual director of tho American College in Home Is spoken of at the Vatican as thto most probable successor to Bishop Horstmann Tho general deficiency appropriation bill the last of the regular Government houseyby the Committee on Appropriations The bill carries 17342572 James M StnfTell one of the most prominent residents of Frankfort was thrwindows gas eta on He died shortly after The Worlds Best Climate is not entirely free from disease on u high elevation fevers prevail while on the lower levels malaria Is otcountorofl to a greater or loss ex tent aooordlng to altitude To over come climate ulTeoUoni lassitude malaria Jaundlco biliousness fever and ague and general debility the most effective remedy Is Kleotrlo Bit tars tho grout alterative and blood purltlor tho antidote for every form o bodily weakness nervousness and in somnia Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store Price 60c The Howard and Powers cases havo cost tho State in fees about 100000 It is estimated that tho Howard cases cost 10000 for each trial and that the Powers cases cost nearly twice that much as each trial lasted much r than did the Howard cases Witnesses wero brought from the West and their mileage amounted to a considerable sum How much it cost Powers will never be known Richmond Register Mrs S Joyce Sullivan St Clam mont N11 writes About a year ago I bought two bottles of Foloys Kidney Cure It ouretl mo of a severe case of Kldnoy trouble of several yoars standing It certainly Is a grand good medicine and I heartily recommend It1 Pennys Drug Store say mother l What is it 1 Whats tho heiflhth of the ridicu lous 7 Well said Mrs Henpeck your fattier is about 5 feet 8 I believe Tit Bits Cures Gapes Insantly BAROSTOWN KY May 4 1908 Ono drop of It 41144 dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills tho worms and relieves the chicken Instantly When fed in feed or water it Is tho best preventive I have overseen Will CoomesITho Ways and Means Committee of the House will sit during tho recess of Congress to consider the tariff Tho Democratic minority wero taken byI surprise by a resolution authorizing this action and sharp comment wast made on tho purpose of tho Republi cansIn 1852 two rabbits wero imported into Australia from England These arrivals in that continent now number billions and are a great pest Fivo rabbitts eat as much grass as ono sheep Under suspension of the rules andI without a rolluall tho House passed a bill providing for compensation to Gov ernment employes who aro injured while engaged in hazardous occupa tions NEWS NOTES Mrs Nancy Winn aged 101 years died at her homo in Barren county Dr Robert Goldbeck aged 73 years onco noted as a pianist and composer died at his home in St Louis Fire that started in the Bank of Tut tie Okla destroyed the principal bust ness block Tho loss is 50000 The livery barn of Bryan Bryan burned at Franklin and six horses and a fine Shetland pony perished in the fire Eight hundred brewery workers em ployed at tho different breweries of Kansas City went out on strike Friday President Roosevelt opened the Char ities Fair at St Louis Saturday by touching an electric button In the White- Housto Nino alleged night riders were held to await the action of the Trigg county grand jury and seven others were dismissed at Cadiz Joseph G Covington a prominent at torney of Bowling Green and a leading member of several secret societies died after u long illness The Reserve Trust Co of Cleveland made an assignment The liabilities are about 2700000 Tho company was unable to realize on outstanding loans Tho union miners of Indiana went on a strike The strike order served notice on the men that they could ex peel no assistance from the organiza tion for at least days Lillian Shoemaker twoyearold daughter of James Shoemaker a Louis ville Nashville bridge foreman was killed by a Southern railway freight train near New Tazewell Tenn Operations on the Queen and Cres cent railroad stopped from 930 to 935 oclock Wednesday morning in memory of Vice President W J Murphy whose funeral took place in Cincinnati at that hourJohn J Ryan tho Cincinnati turf man was ordered by a jury to pay Daniel W Murphy 3000 for injuries inflicted with a beer glass in the Stan dard Theater six months ago Murphy sued for 25000 countyIriders swore out warrants for James W Devaughn and Frank High charging that they were members of the party that assaulted him Tho lost policy of insurance on the State building has expired and no State official had authority to renew The recent Legislature failed to carry out tho governors suggestion that the custodian bo empowered to place Insurance on the buildings Hon James Bryce British Ambassa Choateiin the ceremonies incident to the formal taking over by the municipality of the buildings and grounds of the College of tho City of New York H B Hines J M Robertson and C M Coombs are at the head of a stock company that will at an early date launch a semiweekly paper in Bowling Green It will bo devoted andscater especially to that elms yet bo wellepresence of 3000 spectators and 200 Masons with Carlisle Com mandery No 18 K T as escort to Amity Lodge No 40 F and A M tho cornerstone of Millersburg Female College was laid by Sam K Veach of Carlisle past grand master acting as master with the usual impressive ceremonies of tho fraternity The address was delivered by the Rev Dr Charles Evans of Carlisle Health Coffee Is really tho closest coffee imitation over yet produced This clever colTeo substitute was re cently produced by Dr Shoop of Ra clue Wls Not u grain of real coffee In It cither Dr Shoops health colTeo is made 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 boiling Made in a mlnuto says tho doctor Sold by Pennys Drug- Store Which is the cow that gives butter milk innocently asked the young lady from tho city who was inspecting the herd with a critical eye Dont make yourself ridiculous the young lady who had been in the country before and knew a thing orI Goats give buttermilk Yale Record Valued Same as Gold n Q Stewart a merchant of Cedar View Miss says I toll my cus tomers when they buy a box of Dr lings Now Lifo Pills they got thoI worth of that much gold In weight If afflicted with constipation malaria or biliousness Sold under guarantee Pennys Drug Store 230ILoSTA fine case of catarrh by using Hyomol bought at Pennys Drug Store It gave relief In flvo minutes Former suITetOII MATRIMONIAL Arlie C Manning and Miss Mary Lee Wright were married last week Mrs Edward Roaser of Harrodsburg was married in Washington City to W F Dennis contracting engineer Alonzo Linton aged 21 and Miss Lll lle Broughton aged 15 both ofSwitzer were married yesterday afternoon by Judge James II Polsgrove Frankfort Journal Abe Levenson a prominent merchant of this city of the firm of Levtnt on Bros left this week for Chicago where ho is to marry Mfss Paulire Schlosfl Somerset Times DOUBLE WEDDING Jlr Harry Hill WinfreyDuncanular young peoplo of this place were married at Jellico Sunday morning Rev Brown of the Methodist church of that little city saying the single ceremony which united the hearts of tho two couples Miss Ophelia Chan cellor and Mr James W Williams aCt companied the young people and stood with them during the ceremony The three couples left Stanford at 1130 Saturday night and arriving at Jellico at an early hour Sunday morning they registered at the Glenn Moan Hotel where a few hours later the marriages took place They all returned on the 218 r u train and to avoid the crowd which they expected would be at the depot carriages were ordered to meet them at Rowland Tho boys caught onto this and they met them there and made lifo miserable for the newlymar ried people for nearly an hour They took it good naturedly though and when congratulations were in order they were showered with good wishes Mr Hills bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs E T Pence and is an exceedingly hand some biunette She had many admi rers an several young men heard the news of her elopement with sadness Mrs Dj can is a charming young woo man litty petite and popular SheI is a daughter of the late William GoochI The grooms are both clever boys and are well liked by their associates Mr Hill is a promising young farmer and Mr Duncan has a good position as ex pressman between Scottsville and Nashville That they and their brides may always be as happy as they now are is the wish of their many friends including the writer HUSTONVILLE Jas Wood and wife of Stanford and C Rud McCormack and wife of Mid dleburg spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Emmet McCormack- A number of our young men are set ting up day and night with Billie Dir widdie trying to console him over the loss of a dear friend in Stanford He has crape on his hat and his room door The Ladies of the Baptist church will have an exchange next Saturday in tho Newton building Tho commencement exercises of our Graded School will b held in the Christian church on tho 27th During tho day and evening the ladie- of the Christian church will servo strawberries sherbets cream and cakes in Newton building Dont miss this treat J J Allen bought 17 yearling calves from Cumberland county parties at 5c Milton McCormack and Rowland Bishop were called to Burnsldo Satur day last to play with local team against MonticelloRev T Williams the noted State evangelist of tho Christian church Is among the boarders at Olympian Springs B N Averitt and wife of Marion are visiting F M Yowell and wife Val Morse has gone to Tennessee to visit J R9y B Rose Mr Baker Terhuno and wife and Mrs Lou Dan iels of Bradfordsville are visiting F M Yowell and family Joshua W Brown wife and daughter and Mrs Allen of Orick Mo aro visiting Mr and Mrs Calo Brown These gentle men aro brothers and have not seen each other for several years Mrs Jane Cloyd while with her grandson G L Carpenter here fell and badly hurt her self Sho is being given every atten tion possible and a trained nurse Is at her bedside Her daughter Mrs D S Johnson of Ponca Okla has been tel cgrapcd for and is expected to arrive J this week amyWeak women should Book No 4 For Women It was written expressly for women who are not well The IJook No4 tolls of Dr Shoops Night Cure and just how these soothing healing antiseptic supposi tories can bo successfully applied The booK and strictly confidential medical advice entirely free Write Dr Shoop Racine Wls Tho Night Cure Is sold by Pennys Drug Store Notice Chicken Raisers R 41144 cures cholera gaposroup canker and liraborneok Price 50e No cure no pay Guaranteed by Now Stanford Drug Co Whales have been found which scl entists say aro about 400 years old Harris John Vacation Shoes Your vacation outfit needs nothing more than it good looking Have 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 Dontexperiment buy the Crossett the shoe which always makes life walk easy Vacation time is reflect ed all along line of CrossetU We- are showing now cool low cuts on nobby lasts and in choicest leath era Come in now and select at your leisure the particular pair that suits you best SAM ROBINSONI STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps Laedies and Gents Furnishings Etc A Smile That Wont I Come Off All of my customers have this smile when they visit my CUT PRICE SALE I must reduce rnt stock My loss is your gain This includes Calicoes Ginghams Shirtings and all Cottons My cut price in shoes will be a wonder to you This includes Slippers No attention paid to cost in this sale See our reduction in LAWNS We call our 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 market at cost In Millinery our styles and prices will certainly please you4 with us willjgo as far as 155 elsewhere Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter the Lincoln County national BanK Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 34000000aSH SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER JOHN 0 REID BOOKKEEPER H C CARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEPR DlREOTORSt J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford John F Cash Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek JstTfational tank Stanford Jty i Organized SS2 Capital Stock f5OtOOO Surplus and WndiuMtti Prof lfi19 000 I Jfas paid in Dividends since Organization 2H500S- nvito fau jfccounts on Our Wlorils OFFICERS S Hocker President S T VicePresident J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr 1 needs shoes the the DIRECTORS F Reid J H Caughman M D Elmore J M Pettus S H Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris James Robinson T P Hill J S Hocker C E Tate THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY 13 BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCOnrOPIATID r The Interior Journal B Co WALTON = J W FOLEY l lea candidate for Assassorof Mncoln coun tyubjecttothenctlon of the democratic party W L MCARTY It a rnndldntu for Hherlff of Lincoln county subject to the hctlon ot the Uempcrntlo party M S BAUGHMAN Is a candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county to the action of the democraticsubject JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR ludoiJAMES MKECHNIE Is a candidate for magistrate In the Stan lord dlitrlct subject to the democratic prl mary of Juno JOHN J MOSER It candidate for Jailer of Lincoln subject to toe action of the Democratic party M BRUCE It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln subject to the action of the Democratic party i JAMES C HAYS 4IIa candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county to the action of the Democratic t tpar DCALLEN It a candidate for Assessor of Llncolncoun ty subject to the action of the Democratic party DINK FARMER Ii n candidate for the Democratic nomina Don for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county THE Governors conference at the j White House ended Friday after an enthusiastic session which resulted in the adoption of a set of declarations broad in scope but effecting no permanent form of organization nor making any specific recommendations for legislation President Roosevelt declared himself emphatically as not caring whether action for the conser ifvatlon of resources or the protection of the rights of the people be taken by the States or by the Federal Government so long as action resulted William J Bryan delivered an address in keeping with the purposes of the conference which was most cordially received Governors of many States expressed their appreciation of the benefits of the conference Resolutions were adopted by acclamation expressing regret at the illness of Grover Cleveland The Presi dent cordially thanked the Governors for their presence and their earnest participation Gov Willson of this I State took an active part in the deliberations f INSTRUCTIONS to delegates are the order of the day Nearly all the States which have held Democratic conven tions so far have instructed This is j as it should be instructions are Demo cratic The people speak through in structionsthey cannot speak in any other way A failure to instruct turns the delegates over to the party bosses says Hon William Jennings Bryan in his Commoner and as usual he talks right TUB Frankfort Journals 52page edi tion Sunday is a daisy It is not only a credit to the publisher of the paper but to Kentucky journalism as well The on ly trueblue democratic dally in the State is succeeding even beyond the fondest hopes of its most sanguine and enthusi astir friends May it continue to grow in influence and strength as it preaches democratic doctrine pure and undefiled KENTUCKY Representatives in Con gress were much disappointed when they learned that Secretary of the Treasury Cortelyou had written a let ter objecting to the passage of the bill removing the tax on the sale of leaf tobacco by farmers to consumers This practically kills the bill as with this letter Senator Aldrich will be able to hold the Republicans in line TilE receiver of the Daviess County Bank of Owensboro in a petition ask ing the advice of the Chancellor says that twothirds of the notes and bills held by the bank are not collectible Large sums were loaned to the mem bers of the family of President Ander son Thats the way the money goes pop goes the weasel THERE was squalling in the Blue Grass Capital when a car load of 45 babies passed through Lexington The little ones were being taken from New York to different points in the South where various families have agreed to adopt them POLITICAL The House passed the Omnibus pub lic building bill It carries a total of 523000000 The Vreeland currency bill was pass ed in the House by a vote of 184 ayes and 145 nays A bill appropriating 50000 for a memorial to Lincoln on the site of the Lincoln birthplace in Ken tucky was passed by Senate There will be no rivers and harbors appropriation bill passed at this ses sion of Congress Secretary Taft on his way back to Washington from Panama will stop Thursday at Nashville where he will address the Tennessee Bar Association The president sent to the Senate the nomination of Edward T Sanford to be United States district attorney for the Eastern and Middle districts of Tennes see It is expected that Congress will enact a currency law along the lines of the Aldrich bill with a few concessions for the purposu of appeasing the Re publican insurgents Senator Burrows of Michigan was selected by the subcommittee of the National Republican Committee to be temporary chairman of the Republica- National Convention- It is said that Secretary of Agricul ture Wilson contemplates early retirement from the Cabinet Gifford Pin chot United States Forester is men tioned as his probable successor The appropriations of this session of Congress will almost reach the billion mark the expenditures authorized fo the coming fiscal year being the greatest in the history of the United States May 26 Chairman New will fix the date for the meeting of the Republican National Committee in Chicago The date will be either June 2 or June 8 de pending on the number ofcontests filed John Sharp Williams has declared in favor of the nomination of Francis Bur ton Harrison as the democratic candi date for vice president in case a West ern or Southern man is named for first placeDISTRICT DELEGATEThe friends of lion R II Tomlinson and they are many are urging his claims for dele gate from the Eighth District to the National Democratic convention and they feel that he ought to win His ability his allegiance to his party and his able advocacy of its principles make him the right man for the place Besides this he and Garrard county have helped other counties in the District to land judicial Congressional and State offices and they think that those coun ties should help Garrard once anyway Lancaster Record Mr Tomlinson is not only a dyed in tho wool demo crat but a mighty clever man and has many friends in this county who would like to see his ambition gratified HMATTERS Rev Peter Bourgode archbishop of Santa Fe died in Chicago Sunday Paducah is to have a new Methodist church to cost 20000 It will seat 750 people Rev S B Lander formerly pastor of the Hustonville Presbyterian church has gone to become pastor of the church atBloomfieldThe Bastist Publication So ciety received 725078 40 during the year an increase of 6128275 over the previous year- Evangelist W N McLane is holding an interesting meeting at the Macca bee Hall injunction City There have been a number of professions Georgetown College students will have a banquet at The Seelbach June 11 during the session of the General Association of Kentucky Baptists Kentucky Baptists gave for State missions last year 2331188 for the Sunday schools and colporters 2 35979 and for church buildings 2 Southern Presbyterians gave to foreign missions this year 32337864 an increase of 47615 The number of additions by baptism in the last year was 3000 The convention of Southern Baptists will be held in Louisville next year This decision was reached at the con vention which has just ended at Hot Springs Ark The Southern Methodists now have 1725467 members according to the minutes of 1907 an annual increase of 55042 There is a slight decrease in local preachers Traveling preachers are 7188 an increase of 150 Although cut off by his father a millionaire because he changed his religious faith years ago the Rev Dr David Gregg who for 13 years was pastor of the Lafayette Presbyterian church Brooklyn has just inherited 750000 or about half of his fathers estate under the will of his mother A Californians Luck The luckiest day of my life was when I bought a box of Bucklenss Arnica Salve writes Charles F Budahn of Tracy California Two 20c boxes cared me of an annoying case of itching piles which had troubled me for years and that yielded to no other treatment Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store The electric light power and water plants of Mayfield were destroyed by fire The factories and newspapers will be compelled to shut down for some time and the residents were without waterSamuel MacClintock of Kentucky received the highest rating in the ex amination for the grade of Consul The General Assembly of the North ern Presbyterian will be called to order at Kansas City Thursday Birmingham iroh manufacturers have made concessions in prices but expect the market to improve The Kentucky State Historical So ciety is trying to evolve a plan by which the old Statehouse may be saved The society is also planning to place markers at all points of great histori cal interest in the State Argument of the Federal suit for the dissolutten of the American Tobacco Co on the ground of violation of the antitrust law will ho heard in New York today WashingtonJunofor the navy NOTICE I All who having been and are 111Iway In any manner Bro hereby notified to remove name at once or they will M prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law This UenhaIARn ALMONT DARE illegUteredln AH H1U Hired by Dignity Dart tai A 8 TL n1 squirrelb4liam IT AT It ItshebyAldaliali binmbrlno he by Almont tad dnm Lad Dnvls Crlt Dnvl b UourlKin Chief Srd dam Mnttle ImportrbyingortelHazzardable- tudlscoverlzthetlrstltorseonrecent haw Ing to bb credit the honor of defeating with hit own progeny those of his great sire Dig nlty Dare doing so last year every time coming In contact with them As an liidl vldunl Ibis U n very attractive home stand tog 18 hands with great style A beautiful lay with manners unpnmlellcd even by n fily A remarkable how horse In harness and under diddle Shows distinct saddle gaits all very fast and pleasant with speed of all minute clip In harness One cannot conceive of n finer bred hone tracing Xt times to Imported horses on his dams side alone traces to Imported Messenger 4tlmeImp DlomedeS times to Imp Bustard 3 times lonco Itlmes Imp Iliinsor FllmtapBlackhutTrnvelerand rare opportunity to breed to one of Americas best ut 115 Will also stand two good mule jacks at H each Will make the season of luw nt my place i miles from llustonvllleoniluiton vllle and Liberty turnpike Grass furnished l1ponIbloK8 1OWKLLAHON Ilustonrlllt Ky Central Kontuckv Real Estate Exchange lie TITLE CO So flOncret on the Waynesburg pike near Highland 6roornllollle btirnnndoth outbuildings nice orchard This proper ty is nr cllurn ondIcboolbou U well worth the IIHM No2l1ocrermiles South of Crab Or chard on the suite road has a twostory house good torn orchard and is well water ed about pro acres of this land Is bottom- land and produces One crops A bargain at UIIII S cash balance In one and twu year NoSllsacreon Huck Greek near Way nesburg 4room house barn and other out bulldinesplentyof water Cash price IV No4IiBncres near Level Oreen Rock castle county Ky This tarn has n itew 1 story frame bou would cost to build now good tarn crib Ac located near church und school This Is a nice home and can bo bought for IW per acre i cash re mainder In 12 months No 5lid acres adjoining the above farms 100 acros In Dwelling of rooms good barn and other outbuildings nice orchard One of the test springs In county Price ftfM half cash balance and 1 ft211 acres adjoining farm No and S IK acres In cultivation balance In tins ber Good white oak hickory and some tine cedar lias 1story log hose and good orch ard well watered lab price EUUU No 7 MOncres near Maretiburg Ky Ito acres In cultivation good dwelling house barn nnd necessary outbuildings flue water and school church and It It station Irlce flflM cash balance In one and two years No9Ctarres on Drakes Creek 3 miles from Crab Orchard This farm adjoins the pike nnd Is apart of the Oeo Evan farm This Is line land nnd In good condition all necessary buildings This Is a bargain nt per acre No 1078 acres near Stanford Ky In nice shape with all necessary bulldlngsetc can be brought worth the mone- yNo414acresnearOonwnyKy nearly all of this firm Is bottom land tine for corn and meadow very good dwelling house new barn and other buildings on county rood 8 miles from Itereu College Cash price FL For full particulars In regard to all the above farms see or write L IL Hughes or James I White Stanford Ky Lincoln SquirrelR- ed bay 0yearsold black polnts14 hands tOllrgoodset In high mounted shoulders a combined bred horse but I use him only In harness and n more perfect harness horse I have never seen cun tell very fast with extreme high action all around and I think him to b one of the bet talllons In the State to breed to to get good highclass wtilk trot youfancyHe lies some yearling and twoyearold colts that I invltd breeders to se- e1rntoaaaLlncolnSquirrel wasslredb Marlon Black Hiilllrrel IWhoby IllackKngle74lie by King Wil byGreeltMountainest Lincoln Hqulrrcl 1st dam Knte Messenger by Messenger full hrotherto Maudo Mbsunger record tIle 2nd damn Moran Dvpuuw by Mambrlno Htar light full brother to Lady Thorn t1t 8rd dam Molllo Crow by Helms Yorkshire llliick iulrrer grand sire Is the sire of more noted hlgh class saddle horses than 1111111landund ninny other Will make the season of 11U4atto sale barn In Stanford 12JO to Insure a living colt Money duo when colt U foaled or mare parted with Happy Brummel Red sorrel 8 white feet star and snip full 13 hands old and the llnvst young saddle stallion that I over owned Sired by Happy Ileau he by Ilcau llrum AlmontJrby Hnmbletonlan 10 4th dom by Ilrent ho by Varrlck he by Carlicnu 14 Tide horse will lie permitted to servo only n few mares and prepared to defeat all champion Service 15to Iilsure a living colt Red Light Red sorrel horse 3 years old hands high extra weight and bone Hired by famous roadster and sire lied Loaf who Is too well known to nil horsemen to Id description and pedigreed ho by C FlaySslH dam by likes Red Mauls lit tiant was Dny Maid CVclllan 211 von of time Clreat Gambettn Wilkes 2nd dam Noll by old llnlsorn IIrd dRill Noonday by St UlmoiUli dam Midnight by Jr6tli dnm Twllluht by Lexington Oth dam Darkness by Wagner In olTerlllK the servicesof this promising young Rtutllon wu feet safe In saying that nctlontbnt willbeinsure n living colt money duo when colt w111thenbusure to too him before brcoedlng your good mares JAMES H I1EAZLEY Stanford Ky FOR SA LETIlllitxlc Island lied l IIIU from selected pens II Wild iliillitrU Duck Eggs or young Ducks Call and see them Mn W J I lione7 Oral UIITOfI ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE I All persons hutting clnlini against It Bright wlll tlifiu prowrly prove ton U HrlglitTitrncrsvllle Persons owing said estate 11 Itomefnrwllrd ami settle at once JT IIIl1l1 liT Ailmr II C Bright Deceased CHESTER JEWEL My itulllon Chester Jewel Mack Id hands high will make the season of INN nt my stable tour uUlu West of tirnb Orchard nl mouth of Cedar Creek nt IIS to Insure n living volt lIyHOIUImare that sold for IStU tad deem by Holmes loennnnSnt dens Anna 1I1110rd by Montla 4th dam lleula be Ho tou Mb damn by Kp llon 6th dnm by bid IHmmnrk 7tli dnm by liolyer Money duo when colt l fooled or mare traded or parlnl Mares gmsel lit tlM per month tilt talus laid Ion removal u nuuro not respoiitlble for accidents or es capes JOHN W HOLM KH Crab Orchard Kyl PRESTON 922 Vol 111 elInltdhuwduced winning at all the Kentucky lair aridalso nt the horse shows nt Loulivlllt Ht Iouls nnd Knniut City Ile U n brown horse with black polnli 1M j hands high with fine stylo and very high Hired by wmlilnuUm M IIcuonIFirst dam hell by Second dnm by Denmark It U useless to commend him BI the pea pie of this nnd adjoining utilities know till record nt n show hunt and muse for brtHdlng ItlirpoteeIIewilllttnkothesrnonofiH7tnt my stable In rab Orchard at 116 to liuure a living colt Will keep mart on Kraut at jwt1 month but not responsible lor accident or escape of ttock Heaton due If mitre U trad vd or parted with J C IIAILKY rnb urcnnnl Ky PEYTON- My i fine will make the season at Morehuny Kyat I to Ingcolt Ibis n sure foal getter and prentf slder him nn extra good mule mules round up when nurtured hands high Also n tine black Ja- ckTURNER with white polhU IS hands I Inch will be permitted to serve mares lit I to Insure a living Hee his colts on my farm they are extra Hood I have two young Jacks Hunrlse and Midday that will serve a few snareiaratl My Wllkvs hor- seIndependence Chiefw- ill serve n limited number of mars at Inourvn llvliiK colt Independent Uhlefs frodugChester S This son of Chester Dare will tank tub prvaeatseason at nir tarn IIIM from loKlnnryon McKlntiey ami MlddlvtHirK pike nt to Insure a living colt DRHCHIPTION xsin iailoaaall U a black with star In flltlllIIO hand high with all the style hKtrlUeof the Chester liars family good acting horse anti a proven breeder Her him Imfoni looking your mare If you arc looking fur a breeder at living prlc Mind by Oho trlhtn1stdatabyTelegraph Sash dam by Hippy by Mambrlno Ublrf Chester Peavine 3184- A Hlt In offering the tervln of this young stal lion to the public I do not hesitate lies the test bred saddle stallion that will IK offered for service In this county this y at as his hrvwllug will show Hired l y Hex 1envlne be by Hex MclHiiol mi 1st data Miss dlatllsoa 44N1 she by lI1atr Iwre Iml dam by I vlne8t more xtended fullgnw will be furnished pirat ion Tins stallion 1ms the boat blast of the saddle horse world In him Both Jnd dams by 10vine W crosses twice to Hlack H iuirrrl wlcv to Stonewall Jackson once to have Akin 776 With the style and knish of htlrlore the stamina and suction of IVnvlnc how can lw breed wrung JIll air Ilex Pea vine produeod three championship winmrs of last year In Bdn and May Daykwnnd brad to him If you want the lest Will serve n limited number of mart at 6 to Insure n living roll At this ume time and place will stand three as good mule Jacks as ran In found In the country nt the low prier of I to insure n living roll- Money due with nil the above nilvi rtUid stock when colt Is fooled or when mare leaves hands of owner nt time of service or broil to other took All cure tnku in pre went accidents but nor responsible should any occur Orasunt rfinonulK price ICHHCUDDKU MrKlnmy Ky ASHLAND BROOK INo411MI Vol17 AT HH bred l y Eugene Buck Ashland llroolc win fadedNii10111bay with heft hllld foot highIKIUOHKK llrook No MargaretRuthgnte4lljli Jennie 217 Klllot Htonv JlsH iJiy llrook 3M Bud Itunnlng llrook Sisu Hllvnt Brook by DiirknlijhlNoVXjN the sire of Hearth UI UI and Valpn Diirkiilicht sired by Aloyonr Ktttj record Ashland brooks Ut HIII Iluim Wren by Ashland Wilkes tIII record 117 the sire of John It Gentry tIUJ Holly To ler tIJG Adilnnd Wllke sired by Hoi Wllk by Oeorgu Wilkes second dam HdeLilly by Irelenderdlal3nl dlllll- Jim Monroe SLt NOTKAhlanllIrook U a handsome low with lots of substance has n bold wily nf going with lots of speed style anti action HU first colt they were nilone could exlwcttheynllbear hug good colors with i Ashland sire and lots of style and llnlili llrook will innke tho present eiion at 116 to insure u llvliiircolt Will also stand the arent mule and Jennet Jack llllly Keene at llOlor mares nod Ifor to Imam n living colt Hilly hltbttPrince time sire of Joe liluckburn and llrlg nolln Hilly Keeno tands lull hand black with white nt nod IK n breeder Is tutdoorjmubutlaekhlscolsalways traded parted or feits the Insurance and money becomes due nt the time of such transaction KING EAGLE- s SMOI hRndl1IIl1lhII On he b Stonewall Jackson IOllntZ11IH4Harris Denmark lio Millers Denmark 43 4th dam by Jim Hell thoroughbred NOTK Kins Kngle Is it combined abreeder of hue colored nod high tIcoltsnll having plenty of size and hi colts will show for themselves Kaglu the present season of ut our Ktnble two miles West of Stanford on the Shelby Olty pike at the low price of 113 to Insure u living colt stand the great mule Jnck Jim lennetstothe Hilly Keene damn by the John Wellsvnddnm by JluuchvrJIm Keeno trlM hands high black with white points u great the colt und eorolll thjacknfirstintheir classes blast PRr It the Kentucky State Fair WOODftIhon otii G SUITS III J At last the warm weather has come when men begin to shed their heavy garments for something light cool and attractive We want to remind you how well prepared we tare to serve you Of course you know there are only three garments to be had this sea sonthe old reliable neverchanging ever dressy SergeIBrown was very popular last Winter but decidedly more so now because of the many many different shades from dark BROWN to the lightest TA- NSLight Greys P are always good but better this season than usual These are nearly all made with full bloomer trousers with cuff bottoms with a range of prices from 10 to 25r t 4r elltllf t HeJr McItOBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY BICYCLE REPAIRS Double Tube Tires 3 and 350 Each Single Tube Tires 150 Each Inner Tubes M W and 125 Each For all Bicycle Repairs Call on Us PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Claims Notes And V Accounts IJ 4 Notes and accounts accepted for collection anywhere in the United States 1Claims of all kinds carefully looked after in of the country IReal Estate of all kinds sold and exchang Correspondence solicited O 1o7Cr Somerset Real Estate AgencyI Somerset Ky l JournalIRED Cedar Flakes are rondo from tho wood of genuine red cedar and aro a 11 Euro protection against moths 15c n package Pennys drug store PERSONALS t Miss Annie LUTES is with Lcxtngto friends GEORGE D HOPPER was in lUchmon Saturday CAW D H GoYEN is back iron LexingtonMR GOOCII of tho McKinney section continues quito III MRS W K WARNER and baby an- n visiting her parents In Garrard MIss WILLIE CORMNEY of Lances ter Is with Mrs Lula Cormncy Miss ETHELIIERT DUNN of Garrard it tho guest of Mrs W A Tribblo JAMES COOPER Is visiting his aunt Mrs Helen Huffman at HustonvIIIu MRS MARY OwENs of Somerset Is with her brother Mr John W stout LITTLE Miss HELEN JONES is visit ing her grandparents in tho McKinney section MRS C L CARTER of Lexington Is with tho homefolks in tho Turnersvlllc section MK W E PHRKINS of Crab Orchard was In town this week Somerset Journal MR W T DYE of Mlddlesburg at tended tho sale of Gentry Myers SaturdayJ of Louisville spent Supday and yesterday with tho home folks here MISSES MATTIE SACRA and Lorraine Campbell visited Miss Maggio Sa ray in Danville MRS GEORGE HOLTZCLAW who has typhoid fever is doing as well as could be expected TUB CURRENT EVENTS Cmn will meet with Mrs J S Owslcy at 280 Thurs day afternoon JUDGE JAMBS P DAILEY spent sever al days with his son Mr JC llallcy I at Crab Orchard MR H W PHILLIPS of Liberty was hero yesterday en route to London to visit hiq brother Mm WALTER 0 SCOTT of Porto spent several days with his parents In J tho Goshen section MR BLAND DALLARD of Danville was hero Saturday to leo his relative Mrs Joseph Coffey MRS S H UAUOIIMAN and Miss Lena Uarnett both of whom are ill aro thought to be holJIdg their own MRS IL H MILLS and children of Latta S C aro visiting Mr and Mrs J H Bright Mrs Mills parents MR J A TUCKER of Lexington pawed up to the East End Friday to visit his mother Mrs Isa Tucker MRS JULIA MARTIN returned Satur day from Charleston III where she went to look after some business Inter eats DR T SINGLETON of McKinney was here yesterday returning from a visit to his brother Dr L G Singleton at Howling GreenR- EPRESENTATIVE HARVEY HELM will leavo for Panama Cuba and tho Isle of Pines as soon as Congress adjourns Ho Is going on business Washington cor LouisvUIo Times liON J M ALVERSON Is working Louisville Cincinnati and Lexington this week In the interest of the Lincoln County Fair which will be held at Stanford July 22 23 and 21 MR AND MRS T S KoniNSON of New Orleans and Mrs C I Dorsey and little daughter Meota of Louis vjlle are guests of Judge W L Daw son and Miss Hallie Dawson Miss MARY BUnCH who will graduate at the Oral School at Northampton Mass this year has been elected a number of tho faculty of that institu tion for next year This is indeed com plimentary to the young lady Mn AND MRS IIILL SPALDING will T return from their wedding trip to Charleston S C and Old Point Com fort Va and will bo tho guests of Mr und Mrs James A Leech for several days before going to their apartment in the WclsscngerGaulbert Courier Journal Mrs Spalding was tho charm ing Miss Katherine Alcorn of Huston villo MRS EMMETT MCCORMACK of Hustonvillc chaperoned tho following young people to the masquerade rink Friday night Misses Koso and Mnrgu rite McCormack Allio Stagg Mattie and Hattie Lipps Ella Barnotte Messrs Rue Spraglns Lesllo Cunning ham Henry Gillock Francis Weather ford Smith T Powell Joe Will Rout James Hull Cleveland Dunn and Par ker Swopo LOCALS SOME new Toilet Sets at Farris PANAMA and straw hats Cummins Wearen WANTED to buy your wool Sacks at turkoy pens H B Northcott Stanford 1 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 Uustonville Ky SHIRTS and underwear Cummins Wearen GARDEN hoes hose rakes mattock and plows Farris ENJOY a cup of coffee with us Frida and Saturday Farris SFE the D E Lawn Mower bcfor you buy George II Farris CLOTHES cleaned dyed and repaired at Cook Farmers barber shop HIGHESTmarketprice for all kinds of produce II B Northcott Stanford COMPLETE lino of Deering machinery mowers binders rakes J L Beaz ley Co- JUST RECEIVED New line of Ladies Tan Oxfords Call and see them Cum mins Wearen CALL at Stanford Greenhouse for bed ding plants and cut flowers Miss Le na Hampton Logan Ave Tile Ladles Aid Soclecy of tho Pres byterian church wjll meet with Mrs Mary Burch Friday afternoon at 230 SPECIAL sale lklrta Black Ilucl Brown worth up to 760 Special price 478 Take advantage of this offer Severance Son FORSALRSevora bloodhounds trained and ready for set vice for sale Writo to or call onMisi Nannlo Brown Hustonvillc TALK up the Lincoln County Fail which will be held at Stanford July 22 23 and 21 A liberal premium list It being arranged and everything points to a great fair TICKETS for tho recital tomorrow evening are now on sale at McRoberts Drug Store Reserved scats 35 cents general admission 25 cents All school children 1C cents DIMES MAKE DoLLARSMrs Hug Reid saved all the dimes she came across during the last year She count ed them a few days ago and found that she had 1350 or 138 WB will deliver Ico anywhere in the city limits If you are not u regular customer phono your order In the after noon for next morning delivery B F Rout Mgr Water Light Ico Co CIRCUIT COURT begins Monday The docket which has just been gotten out by this office is hardly as largo as usu al and we aro clad to state that it does not contain a murder caso for this term of court THE receipts theannual re cital given by tho Music Department of Stanford Graded School are used exclusively for the benefit of that depart ment under the supervision of the Board of Trustee AT the dissolution oftho livery business of Gentry Myers Saturday afternoon horses brought 120 to 143 60 buggies surreys and drummers wagons averaged 40 hay sold at 50c at barn harness etc brought satin factory prices AN Immense crowd attended tho mas querado rink Friday night and some or 20 of tho young people masked Mrs A C Hill Miss Rachel Allison and Prof J C Cheek were selected as the judges and after much consideration they decided that Miss Lorraine Campbell who represented Arrah Wanna tho Indian girl was entitled to the In gold It was ono of the most enjoy able rinks of tho season COFFEY A good man went to his reward when Mr J Marsh Coffey breathed his last at his homo near Per ryvillo Sunday night lie lived in this county for many years and was ono of Its very best citizens lie moved with his family to tho Perryvillo section about a year ago and was held in the same high esteem there Mr Coffey was born In Wayne county and was the son of Mr J Cole Coffey one of that countys most substantial men Ho is survived by his wife who was daugh ter of tho lato At Jones and nine children all of whom have tho sympathy of their many unboundedI and other counties Tho tako place In Buffalo cemetery here this Tuesday morning after services at the grave by Eld J G Livingston it 1130 oclock BARKER Barker of Rev C W Barker of tho Methodist church lied at tho parsonage Sunday night af ter a lingering illness of a complication oC troubles She was 54 years old and hod bcena member of the church since she was 14j first joining the Baptist hurch and later casting her lot with tho church ofjher husband Mrs Darker was a daughter of Mr J T Brooks and was born in Grant county Those who know herwellsay she was a most xcellent woman Besides her hnsband n daughter Miss Myrtle Barker and ono son Winston Brooks aro left to leet the loss of a loving wife and kind and indulgent mother May lie Who ooth all things well give them strength and comfort in their great bereavement The rcmainslwill bo taken to Falmouth tomorrow Wednesday morning and laid to rest after services at the Methodist church there which will be conducted by Revs D W Robertson and W S Maxwell SEE our D E Lawn Mower Farris hosier Cummins Wearen JOHN THOMPSON at Waltons Opera House Wednesday night May 27 FRESH carload ofWall and Portland Cement just in J M Phillips GOOD family horse for sale Safe any where you put him R C Nunnelley Turnersville FOR SALE Mare harness and phao ton Apply to Mrs Hannah L Steger Crab Orchard Ky JOHN THOMPSON Is a whole show bl himself As an impersonator and dia lectician he has no equal See him at Waltons Opera House Wednesday night 27th Miss MARY MCROBERTS will sing a Chamlnado number and Prof Ireland will delight the audience with one of Edwin Greens exquisite songs at Wal tons Opera Houso Wednesday evening JERSEY Cows AT AUCTION Wo will sell at public auction at Lancaster at i M next Thursday May 21 a carload of nice fresh Jersey cows Thii Is your opportunity to get gqpd milkurs C T Bohon Son Lebanon Ky A CATECHISM of truth by Rev Geo 0 Barnes has just been issued and maybe had of Mrs Mary B Craig Stanford at 10 cents per copy per dozen one half dozen at dozen rates The edition is not large Friends will please order at onco and those out of town add two cents per copy for postage This Mr Barnes last work and gives his questionsfand which cost 2COO several months ago was sijld at public auction Saturday and bought by Messrs James II Baugh man and Clarence E Tate for 725 It is to be hoped the gentlemen will run a laundry here and they will do so we aro informed if sufficient work is pledged them Two fires and other obstacles knocked the company out in short order but with such business men as Mr Baughman and Mr Tate to manage it there is no reason it seems to us that the laundry will not prove a paying investment Laundries are suc cess in many towns of Staffords size and even in smaller places they are knoWn to be making good TilE theFirst National Dank of this place show that some 12 rears ago Mr George B Cooper our efficient and clever county clerk deposited BOO to tho credit of H W Wee The money has remained there since Mr Rice died at his homo at Livingston six years ago but told neither his wife nor two sons about the mount he had deposited lie did busi es with the Lincoln County National lank and it is supposed that Mr Cooper made a mistake in the bank in which he was requested to place the loney Mr Cooper has no recollection whatever about the transaction but when told about the money remaining In the bank to long he naturally made nquiry about It Mr William Fields Is a relative of Mrs Rico and think- Ing it was her dead husbands money he tad that lady come down and she called on tho bank officials Saturday She knew nothingof the money but remembered that on one occasion she heard hervjiusband say that he was lisappointed that his bank account was not as largo as ho thought it was Mrs lico will qualify as administratrix of her husband right away and will claim the money which very probably right moneyiwould have earned 216 making the sum total 516 THE Baccalaureate sermon at the hristian church Sunday morning was in ablo effort and tho immense crowd hat thronged tho big building heard very word that fell from tho lips of Rev Philip Y Pendleton of Winchester notwithstanding the fact that tho gentleman was suffering from a severe cold and was very hoarse The sermon was full of common sense and gave the practical side of life Mr Pendleton Kilievea that it is just ait necessary to care for tho body as tho brain and hinks as many do that tho completion or it prescribed course isnt worth the time It takes to get through with it if the body is neglected and morals and nanners are ignored Ho deplores the act that the schools of today do not ovoto the time and attention to expression as they did formerly To know thing and not be able to tell it is a ilsfortuno that would not exist if roper attention had been given to ex iression Rev Pendleton ia a scholarly ran and a pleasing gentleman and Prof reland was fortunate in securing him Cor the occasion The music was an enjoyable feature of the services Prof roland had trained all of the good singers in town and tho several numbers rendered showed that they were ready lor their work On entering the church revs Pendleton Taylor and Yandle and Prof Ireland preceded the graduates Miss Bessie Dudderar Yantis and Mr John Downer who wero followed by tho faculty of tho Stanford Graded School Tho church was prettily decorated for the interesting occasion GRADUATING nnd wedding presents a W H MuellersSWANTED to buy a good buggy horse Dr L B Cook Stanford Ky TilE L N will run an excursion over the K C to Cincinnati Sunday 175 for the roundtrip MRS ED hIunnA hoe the thanks 01 Miss Lucy Leo Walton for a half dozer or so pots of her beautiful flowers TilE recital of the musical de partment of Stanford Graded School will be given in Waltons Opera House Wednesday evening at 8 oclock BARN BURNED new of Mr A M Pence near the Somerset pike burned about 730 Friday evening toy gether with 550 bales of hay and 80odd barrels of corn It Is not known what caused tho fire MR J A ALLEN of this place has contracted to build an 1800 tenant houso on the farm of Jake and Fleece Robinson beyond Lancaster These gentlemen know where to get good work done for the least money TUB Continental Insurance Co paid to James A Carter 500 amount of insurance carried by him on his residence on the Crab Orchard pike which was destroyed a few weeks ago The Continental is represented by Mr R B Mahony THE directors of the Waynosbuo Deposit Bank have decided to erect a handsome bank building at Waynes burg and the site has already been selected A call for the remainder ol stock subscribed to this institution Is made for Aug 1 VIRGIL ROWLAND who wasgiven two years in tho Houses of Reform for breaking into the KIngsville depot wt 8 taken over Saturday by Sheriff T J Mr Hill found the Houses of Re form crowded to overflowing and he had some trouble in getting the boy in CHIEF W LOGAN WOOD and Mayor Woolfolk who engaged the expect detectives to come and ferret out violators of the local option laws are to be congratulated upon their efforts to suppress evildoers A few more such rounds and the liquor business In Danville will be reduced to a mini mum Advocate Mayor Florence and Chief of Police Carter of this place night help Stanford by emulating the jxnmplo of the head officers of Little Britain Adorinas Fox II handsome large young Jersey Hull do Hnded from n long nnd unbroken line of hr most noted hulll nnd cows on the Io mid of Jersey England and America Jill Ire leoneof the bull AmI lilt dent li u show cow that halien IOIIIIdior rich milk In our day If you bey begets Like or the Llkenets of otne Ancestor and have strictly good cow you should avail sea lee HeMlll benllowed toterv n limited itiinlwr of approved reglitered cows out Ide of our own herd this year for n tee of teach Muke engagement before rending ow to tie bred A OTTKK Telephone Stanford Ky N IIWe have to over three extra choice all caheS will be told at right prices Antecarlo 226 12 lade over Versatile track In winning race HIred by Anteo Jin that told for PIIIII at ubllciale lit dam Mary Ann liy Hall loran Sill ton of Mamlirlno Patches These tllO crosses produced The Abbot SuVi hampton trotting of the world Sod uiuby Independence son of Andrew Jackl- Oll IndeitendenreVdum h American Star Tht American Htnr and Andrew Jackson U retpoiulblo for rretceus SMi the hamplon trotting stallion of the world Yonle Antecarlo s two top crosses are re for the fastest two next rossesarervelwnslbleforthe fattest stal lion Then you see he U letter bred than Shier of them for lie tins the blood of both ntecarlo U n solid brown horse hllth weighing 1170 pounds tine style and ctlon Will stand at 110 to Insure noire coUlltnd s to Insure horte colts BUCK VARNON Itlnck Jack with white points years old- S t hands high Fine breeder and great In dJldWtI of tine bone Ulld uctlon VIII stand nt 110 to Insure a living colt Lien retained on colts for season money lutes traded or bred to other horses forfeits nsurunce hint makes season money due All will stand at my farm on Ottenhelm ilkeSmllea front Stanford Mares grazed lit J per month Cure taken to prevent nc Ideals but not responsible should and occur IUHIION A HM1TII Stanford Ky Jommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court First National Rank of Stanford Ky vs Joe K Ferris Etc Notice of Sale 1ufsuant to n Judgment of the Lincoln Ireult court rendered In the shrove styled nctloll on Oct the undersigned com nlssioner wIll on MONDAY JUNE 8 between nnd t v xln front of the court muse door In Stanford Kfell nt public mtcry to the highest bidder the eal eatate hereinafter described The sutra to tie realised from this sale Is VAIC with 1I1r cent per annum Interest thereon from lept the costs of thll actionfPhejudgment Will relldlrd n nvor of the First National Hank of Stan lord Ky liy which It was on Dec 191 rausferred to N M lluclmnnn at whose nstance this sale 1110 be made Tliesalil real estate Is In Lincoln county In the town of MIlledKevlIle and In ludcs the steam mill It Is bounded as fol Ileglnnlng In the center of the street or road thence H7SEli poles 6 links to a lIote past thence N 74 K IS poles Id links to tho garden fence thence N 8W K 8 poles M tike to a stake thence K resting the branch thence 8 W poles links to SI HllmUdFIInelUIlnce his line E al pol hence Ids line NIK 46U poles to corner of unce thence N ss K Ifl haler to u stone hence JII poles 16 to n stone tense N s7 W aS poles lllnksto center of tad thence H S W 23 pole 8 links to the rglnnlng containing ucrea 2 roods and poles ol land The sate will be made on a credit of six IInd months and the purchaser will be to give bond for be purchase price ttb IIIprod security payable borne com lUsloner and bearing 6 per cent Interest lIr annum from date of sale until paid said bolld to have the force stud effect out Judg lent nnd to tie further secured by a lien tllo land sold One half of the purchase Ilrlel anti the accrued Interest thereon to e duo and payable at the expiration of each of tile Periods of time aforesaid GEO U SAUFLEY SI C L C C Deliver the Goods We realize that an advertisement is effec tive only when the advertiser is able to deliver the goods We have the goods mentioned below and at the prices stated Compare these prices with other houses offerings 12io Quality A F C Ginghams at 8c yard 15c Quality Toile du Nord Ginghams lOc 124o Linen Finish Suiting 8c 5c Quality fast colored Law a 4c The Quality Brown Cotton 5c lOc Quality Percales 6c 7e Quality Apron Gingham Gc Dont forget we are making CUT PRICES on all Silk and Tailored Suits New line of Wash Suits and White Skirts 98c to 250 Another big lot of Paragon Make Wash Waists 98c to 750 All the new shades in 25c Linen Suiting Red Helio Green Pink This is the biggest selling material in the cities We have the Braid for Braiding too As long as they last at only 15c SEVERANCE SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY y HOSIERYsWe are now ready to show you the J most complete line of Ladies Chil drens Hose that it has ever been our privilege to carry Tan hose for chil dren in both plain and stripe lOc to 25c Ladies tan and black from 15c to 75c White in all sizes 15c to 50c Blue and Pink Lace Striped at 15c See the many beautiful patterns in black lace hose at 50 and 75c Also full line of Embroidered patterns in fancy colors at the store of TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY Brown Riding and- W1KiRg oil- livalors t W H HIGGiNS I Stanford KentuckyI I The Interior Journal Jtntercdintte fortOffice ol Stanford a- weenddaJll maUer nJILIaBU XVUyll AND TiUOXT AT 5700 PER YEAR CASHI- 1IIrWh1 not 10 paid SS00 wilt be charged CARTERILlvorvfStroottPhono STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I Ior the arrest and conviction of any person night or doing 1pJurytaontocClntrnreling the pub thefrontIto blgbWRYI or lands of people This reward refen toI pillreward of nnd 50 for particularoffer see tee I RIo offer two special of Itt and eacbJ O Carpenter McKINNEY MARBLE IGRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers of Granite and Marble Monuments KlrstOIaii Work- at neafonable and Works McKlnneyKy shop closed on Saturday A S PRICE Surgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Sign Writing Proper nnd House Painting Paper Hanger G MEDAIRY Interior Fresco Decorator Groining Etc McKINNKY K- YINSURANCE Life andTire LIghtnIng BKSTCompanies RepresentedLowesstPos Raeerd UneQUalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 81 Two Head of Good Butcher Stuff and 3 Jersey Cows and Cal ves for sale at a Bar gainG Pruitt Moreland TOBACCO BARNS I t Mnnvlnurnneecompanlehnvecnncelted- their In the Tobacco others have censed writing at a tine the farmer Friend the mOlt A whenI in need Is n Indewl The surance ionumny of XYthe largest std meet popular Fire insurance Company hls always and Is now wrIting tobacco barns and ell clmsei of farm property They have not cancelled a single Policy even In counties where the tobacco trouble has been the worst For Insurance on nil classes of form property Address or Phone Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalmers Also Dealers in Fur niture JIattingsRuga They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Givo Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Ja C McClary Undortakcr Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Offce Phone IlonuHbonoSf FARMERS DEPARTMENT H G Lutes sold to W A Coffey 16 calves at 15 I am standing a good Jersey bull at 2 Ed Hubbard Stanford Tho Minks Col D N Prewltf pride won a good race at Louisville last week FOR SALE75 cows and heifers fresh milkers C T Bohon Son Lebanon Ky I have a lot of good timothy hay for sale at 50 cents per hundred if taken at once L C Dunn Hustonvillo Ky I have a number of good Jersey cows fresh and fine milkers for sale Write or call at once II M Herndon Shel by City Ky The Mason county branch of the Bur ley Tobacco Society sold to Louisville and Cincinnati parties 75 hogsheads of tobacco at 13c John B Rife wants to buy your wool this year He will pay the highest mar ket price Sacks at Hustonville See him before you sell At the sale of the late Samuel Dud derar wheat sold at 90c corn at 335 to 351 at the crib twoyearold cattle 4660 yearling cattle 33 cows and calves 36 to 50 sows and pigs 27 to 35 hams 11 to 13c sides 10 to llc shoulders 7Ic lard 11 Sc Two pairs of aged mules went at 215 and 227 Madeline Patchen tho famous brood mare owned by Dr G G Perry has dropped a handsome filly colt by Jay McGregor 207J This mareis a great speed producer having four in the list one in 210 one in 220 one in 2192 and one in 223 She is also the grand dam of a mare by Peter the Great that stepped a mile in her threeyearold form in 212 Tho highest price ever received for a hog in this or any other country 10 000 in cash was paid a hog raiser of Danville Iowa a few days ago by a Missourian for the fouryearold Poland China boor Impudence whose de scendants during the last two years have won more prizes in their class than the get of all other sires combin ed This hog was bought some time ago by its Iowa owner for 1000 Not withstanding the price received for this animal there are hosts of farmers and stock raisers who question in their own minds whether it pays to raise thor oughbred stock Tired nerves with that no ambition feeling that is commonly felt In Spring or early Summer can be east ly and quickly altered by takingwhat is known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restorative One will absolutely note a changed feeling within 48 hours after beginning totake the Restorative The bowels get slug glsh In the wintertime the circulation often slows up the Kidneys are inac tive and even the heart in many cases grows decidedly weaker Dr Shoops Restorative Is recognized everywhere as a to these vital organs AenUlnjtonic and strengthens the wornout weakened nerves It sharpens the failing appetite and unl versally aids digestion It always quickly brings renewed strength life vigor and ambition Try it and be convinced Sold by Pennys Drug- Store I saw Peckham today remarked Nagget and he was very drunk Well theres some excuse for him replied Mrs Nagget lie lost his wife last week- I know but a man should be able to celebrate without making a hog of him self Philadelphia Press More News from the New Eng land States If any one has any doubt as to tho irture of Poleys Kidney Cure they need only to refer to Mr Alvin H Itlmpson of Willimantic Conn who after almost losing hope of re covery on account of the failure of so many remedies finally tried Foleys Kidney Cure which he says was just the thing for him as four bottles cured him complotply lie is now entirely well and free from all the suffering Incident to acute kidney trouble Pennys Drug Store Why wouldnt the Speaker let me de liver my speech In Congress 7 asked the ambitious orator I dont know answered the cruel colleague Maybe he belongs to the Society for the prevention of useless noises Washington Evening Star Notice To Our Customers Wo are pleased to announce that oleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles is not effected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recommend it as a safe remedy for children and adults 1onnys Drug Store Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup is best for women and children Its mild action and pleasant taste makes It pre erablo to violent purgatives such as pills tablets etc Got the booklet and- a sample of Orlno at Pennys Drug Store THOSE owing the Stanford Drug Co will please settle The business must be closed up in a few weeks This means you if you owe the firm In proportion to its size a beetle is stronger than 100 horses It Reached the Spot Mr E Humphrey who owns a largo general store at Omega 0 and Is president of the Adams County Tele phone Co as well as of the Homo Telephone Co f Pike County 0 says of Dr Kings New Discovery It saved my life once At least I think it did It seemed to reach the lIpOt the very seat of my coughwhen everything else failed II Dr Kings Nett Discovery not only reaches the cough spot It heals the sore spots and tho weak spots in throat lungs and chest Sold under guarantee at Pen nys Drug Store 60o and e1 Trial bottle free One of the two new battleships authorized by Congress will be built at the Brooklyn navy yard Small Farm For Sale I Situated on Boinerut pike four mile from Htnnford Uontnln acres flood residence nnd abundant outhouses In good For further particular call nt this office Jesse W Sweeney PROPBIKTon Livery Foot and Salo Stable Lanoaster Ky MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No ll1t A M will meet In stated communicntlon on each first and third Monday nights of each month nt 79 oclock In their on Main street titan ford Ky Members otststtir lodges ore tot ternnlly invited to be present U Lloiiny- W I VIemingtuuSec Stonewall JacksonJr 111Iwas a nmnr mare He li a nice colt He lies colts to sinsureuntilweeaningtimmesIheld lien on nil colt until paid for Darren mans made to stand by the luipregnetor Billy Breckinridge This line black Jack was slid by Major John D Harriss Imported Jack He will make the season of has at my barn at ft to Insure a colt until weaning time Ills get of lw7 Is now on my farm to show for his good breeding He Is n sure foal getter- A T Trnylor A Sots Pleasant breed Ing farm Mtunford U K U No I Stop That Cold To check or Orlppa with Pwrentlc1 meant sure defeat for Pneumonia To stop a cold with PnrcnUcs Is safer than to let U run and be obliged to cure U afterwards To be sure Pro rentlcs will cure even a deeply seated but taken earlyst the sneeze tapthel break or head on theM early colds That surely better Thats why they are called PreTentlcs QuinInschI drennd thoroughly ufe too If you feel chill7 J you sneeze II you ache all over think of PreTenttcs Promptness may also says half your usual sickness And dont fonrat your child U there U fererlihDess nlghtordsy Ueran rob ably lies Pretentlcs greatest efficiency Sold In boxes for the pocket also In 2So boxes of 45 PrsrenUcs 1nIJ on your druggists clrinz y- oiPrevcntics PENNYS DRUG STO- REPOSTED strictlyforbidpassing on our places and will prosecute olators to the full extent of the law Alex Cooper Mrs Mary Popples Mrs Walter Warren Mrs Mottle tutu HpoonnmoroP11 Lawrence Reuben Curtis J Hooker J M Pettus OhappellAmandt lUstyMrsPeter Mrs Katherine Ador Iorto Inxton Ashley OllaunonJanifM N Cash J Nevln Carter 031lack Joseph Ilallou M H Lytle Mrs Jus flumes orpenlerMrsTboittpsonThomas David Burton J U Munch MO KlehunUon Jote Krnst Miss Mattle Hewus Itelehenhuch Ilros Fred VonQruengan It K lalnvn TraylorItilburnflooch Owsiuy Dunn Hester NunneileyWnnughumnJ nigneyLJohn M Carter Martin Alcorn Joust aumelllu WmOordlor BhnorpMrsDavid Steven John Jufur It U Durham WO flout OotllbOllek Fred Humlorf Adeline Orulg Christian Jacob IThompson D M Anderson J F Motor Mr nod Mrs Jas H Undo A Klbusn Morgan Denmark This line stulllon will make the present season nt tin low price of eight dollar to insure n living colt Ho lies more Deiiinnrk dood than any living stallion ns will liown b Ills pedigree Morgan Denmark wlllllrltl by l stallion On Time lnyortedHedgLady Morgan was one thu lest snddlumd- show mures In Kentucky She win sired by Stonewall Jackson J K BAUGHMAN leak jack with white polntR IsJS hnnds hlgh forgo Rend viirs liuuvy Zone was slredby Tarkingtons Nupolcuu J K 1eao excellent inulo and Jennet Jack and a proven sure foal gutter As n breeder he bus lean rue and proven second to noun In this local Ity He wilt stand nt the low price of v to insure u living colt Jennets same terms as mares JOHNTime noted Ram Cochnin Juuk has IHOII tried In this locality for years and given- sattraction Ho Is In condition to make the present season mid will stand at the low pr ee to Insure it living colt You run no risk lit ixitronUIng such a Jack BULLWill stand n fine Polled Angus bull nt ono excellentThe above mentioned stock will stand nt may barn one mile North ot Prenchorsvlllu pikeMnresonalennotsgrazed 1111timeresponsible should nny accidents occur lwrUHHtnnlord i Ilastln Phone 78 F Goats for Sale I have for sale goats and harness to nt themFork well either double or single Also four Angora goats Will sell al a brtr aln U ill AU UuNNHMtniwiEHustonvllloKy Henson of h10f SAMPSONT- his young Jack will stake this season 8tI my farm where live the II liaughmai farm H mile South of Htanford on tho Noun erect pike at 110 to Insure mare colts and t4 Hampsoilaareatcolts were extra I showed two of them lit Stanford trfincaster and Danville rain am won both tat mind tad premiums hit colt rings of ClIo iOentrles81 all three fairs also won 1st In the sweepstake ring at lnncnster tin only fair that gave a sweepstake Bight uf his colts anti four of his 1U1 colts nn now ou my farm to show for the nsehes I will appreciate any marcs sent to hint and feel sure ou will not I1t sending JIIlIAUUIUIAN Htanford Ky Phone W Choice Goods Foaled January loi black with white points 1SS bands Hired by Wonder Tiu and out of Ohenaull Jennet W7 Wonder wm sired by llelknap ho by Imported Ilelknap Cholce Ooo lsdaiu Is by Jumbo Imported Ho was bred by UharlesChenaull of Hoga tea Summer county Tenn and Is a great in dlvldual Ho won the blue tie In the sweep stake ring nt the State fair nt Nashville nod him utility moro blue ties to his credit Nee Choice uoodi before breed He will serve Jennets at 31 and Mares at SIll to insure living colts Will stand two other Jacks at to Inure living colts nlso stand the magnlllcent draft stal lion colt M UAtIUIIMANHtnnf- ondKyPence JrIVnce Jr will make the lemon of nt my barn S mule from Rowland at IK to insure a living colt If mure U traded orparv td with time season money become duo IVnce Jr bay itnlllon year old full I6 hnmu high eat style stud action byllexmutdersAlmont Forrent 2nd dam by Marram Chlec olllllrbotlomlow 6 by hc by Volunteer M Jot IInrlow let dam by Woburn dint by n Mnmbrlno horse 3rd dent by Mnmbnno Messenger Pence JrsM data by 0111 Vermont rIJlouIhlecur 17 BltHlSVMOHK Itowland Ky DON VARRICK This magnificently bred young stallion will make the season of Ittd at my place In Stanford Ky better known too Dr Hal ley plnii ntlll to Insure living colt Don Vnrrlok Is n rich chestnut IAS h8IUII1I111- tll forehead white feet ollOankll lionUM excellent bone and tine ininolshortlack you are looking for to breed your iimrcn lIOn Vnrrlck Is by the great Inward sliver Sif that sold for UIJUI be unwnnl one of the very best suns of laliynuduoInureDIII suns n Uiwnrd mind Director unwnnl Hllver wohtheTrnnsylranln In wtt in n heat Met defvntlng such talent ns Musle Ja lwn anil Ohnln Shot The same year he wont11e Ilnnner Memorial and Massachusetts In broken heats Don Vnrrtck ht dnm by Wllkes George Vllkf innd n lull sister to The Wag l4Wlna dam M- erybvRogglsGreBagethedam of Mid line she the dam of Huhlwr iW Winchester 2114 Hilly Wilton tUnllll Miss 11221 This rich Inheritance of speed awl blood lines should appeal to the public who wishes to breed Mates kept at per day All rare taken but will not nctldent or icnHS tillll1IB1tnY Stanford GALTON 12910 Henson of 1155 Sire ofCehn C AI Burns talet and six others with trips from to tili those are the only ones that were ever hand ltd fur speed Alto the sire of one dnm with onelnthegaoilsl Nisei linmbella Wll kes the treoffif11ttdu1651lltle Iu l10and lietter olnlmod to be time grentes sire In the world tAt dnm Dal y Fleli grand darn of 1 with records of from t71Ut1 by KnllBkl tats soil of Hambltonlan dam by HttIIIYs American Star Fntletd IJ bits ln2Ut Ids daughters have 81 In 1u or better tll damn Illlleklte bTKntucky Irlnce Jr streolJ Q onaite iflt and dams of It In the tars list mill ilam by old Joe sire of the dnm of J Q tI7li leadingfaudliesThief and Itley Allltr CRII star OaltonirultiinaviRoiiaiiRnlnstanddefeat eU the test harness clnsMs aim roadster rings they lire at hIgh us IJtt ftermalurltyyeurlhtgsio III 10 to 1O lnltan will stand at my stable- S stiles west of llustonvllle on llrndonl coltPlenty of grass at ttrt wr mouth sewed ex pressly for murm no otnerstoek mixed with mares liurx grimes lots and large stables for mures to foal drain fed nt cost hone lit residence If ustonvll ie Bxchnige WI Isbli- lustunvllle Ky THE WARFIELD Trial 111 Trottlnc lark Hay Htallln U hands foaled August bred at Vllllnav Farm host Aurora N FlrstdaniNaUKh tyillrl by Hex Aniertcusbtil01 4ywiroUI rv cur tlly sire of llattlelon record lacy American Uelleayr record JilZ1 and IS others In t1IJ lUt it son of onward III cord 1y sireof onward Silver t iind others In the 1M list Onward was sired by George Wilkes 3 2nd dam Duermn sired by Mnmhrlno King lTI slreof Including Ladyof the Manor itflHLord Derby 2ns Ijiw 10 Ji others In Xlu Unl dam Dotlet by Nutwood the sire of In the list- lthdaiiiTopiiz byHtnihmor MU sire to In the list 5th dum Mtllard Albion 6th dam Ned b Kdtvln Forest 7th dam Ijidy Turner by Nlumbrlno Chief The Warlllld1al IIn1 to only 15 mares lie bas fouls nil upheaded plenty of tote size nnd substance and plenty of SIIWnrllteld n representative stallion In nil Ihu term Implies To say he las sis suhst ttce and speed only JIIlRrt emplutdre- the qualities combined in this sou of Dare Devil He hits thou stud they mire of such symmetrical ohan11 terns to make him it stallion iiinon ninny His hood mind neck perfect nod when- seeniaeoutectiouwith sfnultlussgattand rent iNMiuty art especially Impressive 1ou- m11ldscethbhotelwfore breeding You will ou never poked nt n letter one The Wltrnuld Is the only utalllon that has Jams In llix great brood mare list He Iras iwoMambrlno KInK crosses two Mnmbrlno Patchen two MlullhrlllotlIlf ono hunts one onward I George WllkiM I Klectloneor Nutwood Htrnthmore more trotting crosses than any stallion alive The Wurlleld Is by Dare Wll IK record IMi He by Mitmbrlno King Itm he by Mnmbrlno Putclien ho by Maiubrlno Chief II Dam MeiTedtM by ChImes 5tipi by Electioneer ItA Dire Devil Is n great winner Ire won ChllllllllollAbll1 lit till National Horftu Show in leas clues I first National horse Hhow In ills elites IS chnmplonslilp Nat innol Horsu Hhow isw class llrst National HorsoHhoW ISMuluss championship National horse Hhow Itu 0 lias 2 Unit HorseHhow IA51classefirst 1ilitlOIlIlI lIorsl Show lies class llrst Boston Yore Show d reserve llotton Homo Hhow ItOf class econd Iloston Horse Show tutu class sec and Boston Hors Shaw luiloliut J reserve llostnn Horse Hhow class third lios ton 11oroHhowlwttelnssT He sired The llton Idcnl lilftS mtru of Princess Helen 2O3 il DovllH Daughter 2h U Ha rah llnm- ln3l Trifler rl1 blare Devil Jr 2236- till make season at our farm mile from McKinney Ky at 15to Insure it Mvlng Colt Will also stand tile good IUAOK JACK noNllUKUOU is to Inure it Living Colt lie Is II 1511 high white good Iriiutli flue lane anti reel S M1BNSkHONdicKlnneyKy Prospect 2087 A S H Ryet 1At 15 to Insure C C do S K Carpenter Lawn Mere 2 J2 Milts Wof HutonvlU This combined stallion will make the jea ion of nt I nwn Mere stock miles We t of lliutonvllle Ky on the llrstl fordsvlllo and Hustonvllle pike near Oar Htntlonnt IIS to Insure n llvltiK colt mums traded or parted with or bred to auto ther horse without consent of stallion owner forfeits limimnco tho season becomes tine on time of such notion Lien retained on tell colts till season li p4ild Mores grazed nt ialdlxlitforewill receive our personal attention but wo will not be repolIlhlo for IIcclthm I or es cnJlsDItKIlTlnNrole In lot IB hniuU high Weight UH they with two hlml bIIultshepetland more style tlmn any horse In flute weathers with neck coming out nt exactly the proper place giving hint wonderful style In barites and earsetapexact17atlure In n line horse He Is n horse of ox tremn action anti every foot In linn nod IonIC with thU notion live well defined atldlogllltwltil n beautiful trot In bar halter bylheter Hutttpterlhofferingtheexceptionally Hotolid particular nrtlou brwderuf miiuinerntlvu price threw galled shapod nlmulntely Jioiiisitry lunlngninnyhInitties horse through Ilbertyvlllo uthlIIorunkbillbfront demnndr- P CAIUKNTKIl Hustonvllle Kichnnc Turnersville Big Department Store Full of everything nt prices tlm will save you money Why uot nud trade with Wo handle everything from ginger cake to export steer want your Eggs Chickens Old Iron and Brass CattleIHogs and Sheep nuiHhings Anything you have to moll Our Grocery and Dry Goods Stock can Ira excelled We nlso in ncction business firstclans Blacksmith anti Wood Shop Como Iud deal with anti give chance show you how money LUTES BROS Turnersville Kentucky Perfect Heat Hot cuter haling perfect wits the exception mosquito will bite you during Winter If can put up with that then let Aldridgo heat jour hone that you enjoy all rooms Hot crater heating clean economical and regular No sudden uhangM In tomjiorn ture You will save enough Comfort amid Health for tho outfit years S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky 1uD1ffDAIYT RUt ET LDj GUTJ700 MJW GEORGE H FARRIS Screen Doors Screen Windows and Screen Cloth at Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky If you want your Prescriptions carefully fill ed and made from the Best and Pur est Drugs Call on waBr MoRoIlea wda DRUGGIST STANPORD GILBERi CREEK BARGAIN STORE Take no ones word fontbut coma and sett my new Hprlng Stilts Also Piece hoods A few suits nt cost loft yet 1 will Iw very grateful for your patronage D JHMITII Dorsey Golddust 12052 r hy7I1CIIIJIGolden Miiigo Chief tracing to Justin Morgan on both sides making him an In tunsuly Inbred Morgan stallion lie Is n dark hands and nolghs iauo Hiiiida AS u breeder he has few proveflnnduul front breeder of Hbiiw and road horsocoin batlhgunthequalities for four nnd saddle maul In demand at prises 10 of his gut hnvttug sold for IIlJH anti and 4yearolds only farm broken tiny own raising have sold litho past your fur an nnorseyf lddust IM will make time present season at lilY farm near Htunford nt to Insure living colt Also a large mind line Jack n grand of Tom Keenonnd Joe Itliiokburn at to n living colt Miiros kept nt IHT hoot attantlon but no responsl- unity for nccldviitM or escapes V IlKID Dnnvlllo Ky l1rNSMe k5 i1 ness A real to look nt by In hnrnoi or under saddle h Slack he by KIn William stf ItyOnTlmerw I hecnuso lu Is nn lino horse ho lineds like Third be onus hli colts lire of hunt ennd that insurus ready snln nt for either or live horses with that IOIIK swan neck limit U for ns harness his s yeor old form III horse show win lln tln his class At Chicago Iwrt was see rank What more could one Ot K Iboo Ky t collie u81 a nn Wo or not have con with our a us us n to we can save you is of this The some yui to can your is in Coal ti pay in n few me hack wjunls it ness o f a young son Insure loo day the At NOTICE As administrator of W T Steno I will on HAlUltI tY MAY IJI courthousedourearpoutersTerm cash L It HITUHKH Admr of W T Htono Beau Naboth 45006 By Naboth 1O11O hyNOr111J111uhletollIllnSlnrllgltt broil hy DarlUiy III III Iain IthorougltbnshSthdutnmby dnm by Thorntons Ilattler standing15aproved his ability to Impart qualltles tolltHCOltN lytithesat 115 to insure n living colt MDionuypononlllcarecldonts or escnpcs j IJTTtH- Hbnlord14 s