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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 22 1008 N0X23 HIGHLAND Work on the now Methodist church is moving along nicely Bunch Carrier have moved their mill to the Maplo Swamp Farmers made mo of tho few dry days the first of tho week planting corn etc- Despite the hard times the drummers havo been as thick hero as candidates just before an election Mrs John Reed Sr has been quite sick for a few days John Berry is laid i with rheumatism Uncle Tom Car illr School held Iat tho school house is Increasing In numbers each Sabbath Prayer meeting every Thursday night at the same until tho new church Is ready 1place II R Mills of tho South Is hero visiting his mother and surveying some lands etc Miss Ethel Holiis is visiting her sister Mrs Singleton at McKinney Misses Eliza and Ina Thompson of Eubanks were at C M Youngs this week Miss Cynthia War fleld has returned from Louisville Mrs T D Williams has been at tho bedside of hur mother Mrs Rambo at May wood this week Mr Green Young of Pulaski is spending several days with his brother A B Young and oth er relatives Harlan Nowell and John Young of Eubanks visited E G Baugh HUBBLE Mrs D F Rankin is visiting her mother at Montlccllo Elder J II Williams will fill his ap polntment at tho Methodist church morning one of those cold rainy mornings week when fire was badly needed JOnBlanks brought in a decayed log in the fireplace When ho tho log against the hearth two largo black snakes came running out Tho family lost no time in vacating the room while Mr Blanks killed tho reptiles Edgar McKtchrvo is up from Louisville for a few weeks M B Eu banks is recuperating at Olympian Springs E B Miller of Indianapolis is with his daughter Mrs Dank flail Jas B Robinson of Chattanooga Is expected this week for a short visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Jas Robin son Miss Mary Leo Givens is one of the attractive graduates of Lancaster High School this year J W Ander son ia convalescing Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding tho Kentucky fairs for 1008 Crab Orchard July 16 3 days Stanford July 22 3 days Georgetown July 28 days Lancaster July 29 3 days I Winchester Aug 4 4 days Danville Aug C 3 days t Lexington Aug 10 6 days Burkcsvillc Aug 11 4 days Lawrcnccburg Aug 18a days Barbourvlllc Aug 10 3 days r London Aug 26 4 days t Liberty Aug SO 3 days Somerset Sept 4 days Paris Sept 16 days Monticello Sept 84 days There in n Pink Inin Tablet made by Dr Shoop that will positively Htop any pain anywhere In 20 min utiM Druggists everywhere soil them itH Dr Slioops Hendnulio Tablets but they Btoj other pains as easily us headache Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets simply coax blood pressure away from pain centers that Is all Pain comm from blood pressure con gestion Stop that pressure with Dr Shoopg Headache Tablets and pain Is instantly gone 20 Tablets 28c Sold by Pennys Drug Store t Ai a substitute for all of the Appa lachianWhite Mountain forest reserva tion bills that have been introduced at this session tho House Committee on Agriculture agreed to report favora bly a bill creating a commission of in vestigation Weak women should road my Book No 4 For Womon It was written expressly for women who arc not woll- 1ho Book No 4 tolls of Dr Shoops Night Cure and Just how those soothing healing antiseptic supposi tortes can be successfully applied The LOOK and strictly conlldentlal medical advice isontlroly free Write Dr Shoop Ilactno Wis The Night Cure Is sold by Pennys Drug Store Thuro Is scarcity of cattle In Kentucky as as in tho great cattle pro during States of tho West and this is prlml1rilrresponsible for the high price Halos of Rich mon Monday Notice Chicken Raisers K 41141 euros cholera gaposroup canker and llmbornock Price 50o No cure no pay Guaranteed by Now Stanford Drug Co r A mans hair turns gray about five I years earlier than a womans l BRODHEAD Whooping cough is prevalent in town Judging from the amount of bloom there will bo a fine crop of blackberries this year Dr Gravely Is having erected near the bank on Main street a very nice building which will bo used for a store room and offices We understand that Jacob Elder who was a resident of this place last winter but moved back to his farm near Quail wlH In a short tlmo movo back with us Glad of It- Owing to tho continued wet weather those who are farming in tho valleys will have to give up cultivating a large amount of land somo of which has al ready been broken up Tho crew of telephone men who were with us for most a month have loft and pitched their tents in Mt Vernon These men made many friends while hero and wo are sorry to give them up People living in the Bee Lick neigh borhood say that on last Sunday they were visited by the heaviest rain ever seen in that section Buck creek was made a small river and did some dam age in tho lowland The Ice cream supper given by tho members of tho Baptist church last Saturday night was a success both so dally and financially A handsome sum was received which will be used in buy Ing chairs for tho new church Conductor John Newland and family left Lebanon Junction Monday for Az tec New Mexico to visit Mrs New lands sister Mrs Charlotte Jarrett Bud Tharpe and Charley Pike who have been very sick are reported bet ter Mrs Essie Painter and daughter Ruth of Livingston ore visiting Mr and Mr G E Painter Miss Myrtle Adams of Lebanon Junction Is visit ing Miss Jewell Francisco Messrs David and J A Anderson and J R Edmiston of Crab Frchard were with L S Elder and wife Sunday Mr and Mrs Albert Albright of Lebanon Junction are with relatives here IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES James J McAfee one of the wealthi est and most prominent citizens of Mer cer county is dead Allen G Winscott formerly of High Bridge killed himself in Louisville to which place ho had moved brotherrGreen Bowlln near Suttons mill Whitley county Elza Longford who was shot through the brain at Mt Vernon was brought to Pennln ton Infirmary last week and is steadily improving London Senti nelTho Court of Appeals reversed the 1000 judgment of tho Mercer Circuit Court on erroneous instructions against the Southern railway vs J P Miller for Youngs store at Somerset was destroyed by fire causing a loss of 3ttX Cover Tarters furniture store next door was damaged to the extent of 2000 The court of appeals reversed the de cision of tho Garrard circuit court in the case of Alice Joshlln against the L N She was given n judgment for 1000 for hairs knocked from her bug gy by one of the companys trains and badly Injured B G Newell and daughter Miss Dol lie on their way to the city Monday morning had a narrow escape from serious or permanent injury The horse shied at some jmpor in tho road Mr Newell in trying to check him broke tho bit of tho bridle and the horse run ning from tho top of the hill on Monti cello road until he struck a rock in Sinking Crook throwing Miss blue into tho water who escaped without injury while Mr Newell was thrown to tho ground and considerably bruised but not seriously hurtSomerset Journal The Worlds Climate Is not entirely free from disease on tho high elevation fevers prevail whllo on the lower lovols malaria is encountered to a greater or loss extent according to altitude To over come climate alTcutloni lassitude malaria jaundice biliousness fever and aifuo and general debility tho most ollectlvo remedy Is Uleotrlo Bitters tho groat alterative and blood purifier the antidote for every form of bodily weakness nervousness aid in somnia Sold under guarantee at Pqunys Drug Store Price 60c A number of Circuit Judges are threatening to havo Gov Willsonin dicted for a misuse of tho military but ho is sitting still in the boat fooling if pardonMrs S Sum van dare mont N II wrltos About n year ago I bought two bottles of Foloya Kidney Curo It cured mo of a sdvero ease of Kidney troublo of several years standing It certainly Is a grand good medicine and I heartily recommend It1 Pennys Drug Store NEWS NOTES The average woman carries 50 miles of hair on her head Dr Samuel W Willis a prominent citizen of Winchester Is dead at an ad vanced age Tho grand jury has entered upon Its investigation of tho Guinness murderers at Laporte Ind The residence of H H Gratz at Lexington was ransacked by burglars Mr and Mrs Gratz ore In Europe Harry Vane a vaudeville performer committed suicide near Paducah by opening his jugular vein with a knife John McGaughey former County Commissioner at Indianapolis committed suicide He had been prominent In Republican politics Near Sergent Thomas Morton aged 16 stabbed his 19year old sister to death He fled but was caught and is now in the Letcher county jail Rev S A Coffman a Methodist Episcopal clergyman of Fairmont W Va killed his wife by cutting her throat It is believed he Is Insano Troops were sent to Adams county 0 on tho request of farmers of that section who said a raid on their tobac co plant beds had been threatened Arrangements are being made for a thorough inspection of Kentuckys for ests this summer tho State and Gov ernment each bearing half the cost Farmers of Bracken and other counties who were compelled to leave the State by night riders are said to bo pre paring to file suits In the Federal Court Because he was about to be married again George Sterry 72 years old was shot and killed In New York by his son George Sterry Jr The younger man committed suicide- Representative of the Caldwell county men against whom a judgment of 35000 was given recently are said to be trying to compromise with Rob ert Hollowell and his wife and son The steamer Kronprinz Wilhelm which sailed from New York Tuesday for Cherbourg and Bremen carried 8 350000 in gold Of this amount 4 GOOOOO will go to Germany and 3 850000 to France With more than a million and a half dollars of its funds tied up indefinitely as a result of the suspension of the Allegheny National Bank the city of PitUburg finds itself confronted with the possibility of being compelled to issue bonds to raise money to meet current expenses James H Parrish president of the Owensboro Savings Bank and Trust Company and T S Anderson president of tho Daviesa County Bank and Trust Company who were arrested as a re sult of the disclosures following tho recent failures of the two institutions waived examination and were held un der bonds of 15000 each to await the action of the grand jury A Laporte Ind dispatch says Sheriff Smutzer and miner Schultz who are sluicing the ashes in the debris ot the Gunness fire found the upper and lower plates from Mrs Gunness mouth bothcontaining the false teeth which Mrs Gunnoss had in her mouth Dr I P Norton who made the lowe plate immediately identified them and also identified the upper plate frequently having seen it although it was made before he became her dentist This proves beyond the shadow of a doubt said Sheriff Smutzor that Mrs Gun ness was burned to death In the fire Health Coffee Is really the closest coffee Imitation over yet produced This clover coffee substitute was re cently produced by Dr Shoop of Ra cine Wis Not a grain of real coffee In It either Dr Shoops health coffee Is made from pure toasted grains with malt nuts oto Really it would fool an expert who night drink It for coffee No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Made In a minute says the doctor Sold by Pennys Drug- Store Members of the former board of man agers of tho New York Cotton Ex change and also members of tho revis ion committee of the exchange have been subpoened to appear before tho Federal grand jury on May 27 It is understood tho men summoned will bo questioned as to tho methods of fixing the grades of cotton Valued Same as Gold B O Stewart a merchant of Cedar View Miss says I toll my cus tomors when they buy a box of Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills they get tho worth of that much gold In weight if atlllctcd with constipation malaria or biliousness Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 25o Eight men were shot two of them perhaps fatally and one horse killed in theRatclilleAt Pennys Drug Store a 50 cent box of Mlonn stomach tablets is waiting for ovary weak stomach In Stanford Money refunded If Mlona fails MATRIMONIAL Allen Helton aged 20 and Miss Min nie Belcher aged 15 were married at the brides homo yesterday Miss Fannie Todd and Robert Bot kins popular young people c f Upper Garrard were married this week Grocery merchants of Russellville found tied to the door knobs of their stores notes warning them not to buy goods from Clarksville and Hopkins ville BARTLEY GIVENS Tho Christian church was crowded to its utmost ca pacity at half past i oclock Tuesday afternoon by friends who assembled to witness Eld H C Garrison of Dan ville perform the beautiful ceremony which united In marriage and joined the destinies of Mr Samuel Dean Bartley and Miss Lucy Miller Givens The church was illuminated which shed a soft light over the brilliant gathering of lovely women The church was beau tifully decocrattd with growing plants and blooming flowers colors pink and white which was carried out and pre sented a very handsome appearance Miss Mary McRoberts at the organ and Miss Berta Jean Penny on the violin rendered it very delightful musical pro gram Prof J W Irelands magnifi cent voice filled the church with its soft and sweet music They played Pril grines Choruses Tanhauser Eve ning Star 0 Promise Me Bridal Choruses Lohengrin Scuhberts Serenade The Mendelssohn wedding march was a most impressive scene drifting down to the plighted place to the strains of music soft and low sweet and solemn so admirably execut ed announced the arrival of the bridal party First two ushers from the side aisles Messrs Robert Woods and Al fred Pence and from the center aisle came Dr Tim W Pennington and Mr John Owsley Reid separating at the altar About 20 feet behind followed the cute little flower bearers show ering flowers all the way down the aisle Master Gatewood Givens Beazley and littleMiss Lillian Forsythe Smith They were just ahead of the maid of honor Miss Lillian Tevis Carpenter cousin of the bride Miss Carpenter was both beautiful and graceful gowned in pink silk with muslin overdress and carrying roses Last of all came the bride and just as she came forward the groom and his best man Dr Frank Melton of Louisville appeared from a side en trance and took position by the side of the bride The scene was so impressive that tears were seen to glisten on smil ing faces as is often the case when the tender emotions are most deeply moved- as though they were but fairy phantoms and the scene a product of dream land The groom looked the personifi cation pf happiness while his fair young bride was indeed a vision of lovliness gowned in exquisite mussalen satin dutchcss lace semiprincess The rich white dress fell in graceful folds to the floor and needed no adornments The dress was made with high neck elbow sleeves and entrain Her full bridal veil was caught with an elegant dia nfond pin an heirloom in tho family and lillics of the valley She carried a shower bouquet of brides roses and ac cording to the several traditions wore Something old Something new Something borrowed Something blue A bit of old lace a now ring borrow ed pearls and doubtless a blue bow concealed from tho exquisite gaze of the feminine toilet it was generally re marked a prettier bride is not often seen in this region Tho bride is the only daughter of Mr and Mrs George Carpenter Givens and is very handsome and accomplished is blessed with a snnny disposition and happy manner which makes her very popular The groom is talj and handsome is the only son of Capt and Mrs F M Bartley of Corydon Intland comes highly re commended as a Christian gentleman He has fine business qualifications and will no doubt make a devoted husband He certainly finds no difficulty in mak ing friends Immediately after the ceremony they left for an extended trip East Monday evening Miss Givens enter tained the bridal party and a few inti mate friends and relatives at her home The dinner was served in and much merriment was had incutting the brides cake Mr Owsley Reid got the ring Dr T W Penning ton the money and tho darning needle fell to Miss Sue Taylor Engleman which caused much laughter An entire room was devoted to the bridal pres ents which were conceded to bo tho handsomest ever collected here Those from a distance who attended the wedding were Mrs Albert S Miller Crawfordsville Ind Messrs W II and Rucker and Dr F Melton Louisville Capt F 11 Hart ley Corydon Ind Mr W H McCau Louisville Mrs Frank Williams Lexington Mr and Mrs H M Ballou Lancaster Prof and Mrs L C Bos and Mrs Robert Lytle Danville Miss Stella Caulin society editor of the Corydon Ind democrat W B BrinleyHardyFreemont Carpenter SwopeDanvllle HarrI Baughman Cashr Vacation Shoes I I Your vacation outfit needs nothing more than it needs looking shoes 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 f Dont experiment buy the Crossett the shoe which always makes life walk easy Vacation time is reflect ed all along line of Crossetts We are showing now cool tow cuts on Bobby lasts and in the choicest heath in now and selecOat your leisure the pair that suits you best SAM ROBINSON I STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc 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 be a wonder to you This includes Slippers No attention paid to cost in this sale See our 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 stockof Clothing on the markotat cost In Millinery our styles and prices will certainly please you8dwith us willgo as far as 85 elsewhere Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky CapitalJ 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER CASHIER JOHN O REID BOOKKEEPER HC CARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEPR DIRECTORS J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanfordj Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford John F Cash Stanford Jn Paxton Stanford i W H Traylor Gilberts Creek K L Hubble Lancaster W II dimming Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek uu u raftiiional tank samara Jy Organized SS2 Capital Jloek SSO OOO Surplus and Undivided trot S9OO0- Jfas paid in Dividends silica Orffanzationt S2f 500 fnvito Wow JCccounis on Our lords OFFICERS J S locker President- S T VicePresident John J McKoberts Cashier II C Asst good the erstCome particular ASSISTANT DIRECTORS P Reid J II Itaughmao M D Hlmore 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 TWO I TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEF- OR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATED The Interior Journal t L Co WALTON J W FOLEY li a candidate for Ati ior ot Lincoln coin tj subject tot b nctlon of the democratic party W L MCARTY i Is n candidate for BherlH of Lincoln coui ty subject to the notion ot the democratic party i M S BAUGHMAN Is a candidate for Hherlff of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic J party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Ii a candidate for thb nomination for judge of the Lincoln County Court subject to the action of the democratic party JAMES MKECHNIE It n candidate for magistrate In the Stan ford district iubect to the democratic pr lunry of June II tJOHNJ MOSER countyIM BRUCE It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS It 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 count subject to the action of the Democratic party DINK FARMER Ii a candidate for the Democratic nomlna tlon for of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party COL JOHN G MATTHEWS of Knox county has withdrawn from the race for the republican nomination for Con- J gress in the 11th district giving as a reason that Congressman Edwards machine is in such excellent running order that he Matthews would be manyfa e Matthews would like to see harmony exist but it must not be accompanied by too much Edwards Gov VILLSON says he will make no more predictions regarding the time when he would announce his decision in the Powers and Howard cases He says that when the cases are decided he will make the decisions known to the public and until then he will say noth ing about what he intends to do In the meantime you can bet your last dol lar he will pardon both of the men LEXINGTON was chosen as the place and June 11 fixed as the date for the holding of the Democratic State Con ventjon by the Democratic State Exe cutive Committe Legislative district mass conventions to select delegates to the State Convention were called by the committee for Saturday June 6 CONGRESSMAN BURTON asserts that there will not be a recurrence of the present money stringency for many years If Mr Burton will promise to make his prophecy good he will haven trouble in getting on the tail end of the presidential ticket IT is said that President Roosevelt will not oppose the selection of Senator Burrows for temporary chairman of the Republican National Convention although he considers the action of the National Committee as a shot at him LEBANON Is the Mecca for the Knights Templar this week News comes from that enterprising city that the hundreds of guests are being ele gantly entertained by the Lebanon r Commandery iPOLITICALIMissouri democrats instructed for democrats instructed for BryanI uninstructed democrats will go to W Speer democrat was mayor of Denver by 2500 Fuller returns from the Alabama pri mary indicate that Bryan carried the State by three to one over Johnson i There will be no special session of the Arkansas Legislature Neither House had a quorum when they met yesterday in Little Rock t Representative Langleys bill establishing Federal Court at Jackson passed the Senate and is now ready for the Presidents signature States Senator McEnery was 1United succeed himsef by both the House Legislature of Representatives Democrats of California and Wash- ingtonI have instructed their delegates to Denver to rt William J Bryan for the presidential nomination- In conformity with the announcement made several days ago Senator Mars ton introduced in the Louisiana State Senate a bill to prohibit dealing in cotton futures The reappointment of Maj A T Wood as Pension Agent and the with i drawal of Walker Wilkins made de tided changes in the aspect of the scramble for the surveyorshfp of the Port of Louisville it now like the office will go to Jim Frank Taylor of Glasgow William Henry Jones is slated to succeed Taylor as postmaster Representative Champ Clark of Mis souri who will be Democratic leader of the House in the next Congress It the Republicans carry that body and Speak er if the Democrats carry It has prom ised Representative Sherley to make several speeches in the Louisville dis trict during the campaign this fall Several other Democrats of national reputation have also promised Mr Sherley to make speeches in the latter district this year MIDDLEBURG A heavy rain at McKinney and other points north of here Sunday put Green river out of its banks Sheriff Lincoln Wells Bold the person al effects of Mrs Lowder deceased at Mt Olive Saturday It consisted of household goods Uncle Bill Tom Royalty who has heen confined to the house for more than three months was able to be out Saturday Everybody was glad to see himThere will be no preaching at the Baptist church Sunday Rev W G Tilford will attend the Sunday school convention at Eubanks and will preach here on the 5th Sunday- J Augustus Jones big show will spread its big tents at Yosemite Wed nesday next when that town will bloom as of yore It was first billed for this place but suitable grounds could not were new arrivals at the homes of Drs William Sweeney and C B Creech last week They are boys and there are doubtless no prouder souls Ir this neck of the woods than these two young nights of the pill box Both mothers doing well R B Young Jason Lawhorn John Black and H C McWhorter went to Louisville Sunday Mrs Pat Williams of East Bernstadt is visiting at Yo Semite Mrs Laura Lee went to Kings ville Wednesday to see her parents Miss MarthaTilford of Liberty is here grading teachers examination papers rTHEY ARE COMINGEverything under the sun is an encompassing state ment but very appropriate and fitting in making a trite assertion relative to the manifold attractions and diversified features of the J Augustus Jones Shows Construe the statement literally and add a little of imagination and even then after seeing these Greater Shows there will be no subsequent Indictment for exaggeration or perversion of the truth Figuratively speaking the J Augustus Jones Shows have spread a dragnet over the amusement and zo ological universe and hauled in the ropes have made scientific assortment of the greatcatch retaining all that was wonderfully striking orsensational and cast away the refuse If there Is aught that has been overlooked it must be ethreal elusive or imaginary Every avenue of possible innovation has been traversed Every field of possible feat ure has been ravaged Aggrandise ment and progression were the watch words originality the slogan and the date at Stanford is Saturday May 30 for the Jones Enormous Shows A Californians Luck liThe lug klest day of my life was when I bought a box of Bucklenss Arnica Salve writes Charles F Budahn of Tracy California Two 25c boxes cured 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 pp CHURCH MATTERS There will be a roll call service at the Baptist church Sunday morning when every member is urged to be present Rev F M Tinder of Lancaster and Eld J G Livingston will begin a protracted meeting at Goshen Monday night next 25th Cures Gap sInstantlyBA- RDSTOWN KY May 4 1008 One drop of R 41144 dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills the worms and relieves the chicken instantly When fed in feed or water It is the best preventive I have ever seen Will Coomes Coroner Mack of Laporte county Ind rendered a verdict declaring the adult female body found in the Guinness home after the fire of April 23 to be that of Mrs Guinness The verdict- is that she came to her death through felonious homicide the perpetrator thereof being to the Coroner unknown For his failure to report the collection- of a 10 fine assessed by him in court a jury in the Laurel Circuit Court found Squire Lige Cox of East temstadt guilty of malfeasance Be sides having to pay a 100 fine the Jus tlce of the may lose his office on account of the verdict Depositors of the Owensboro Savings Bank Trust Company who live in other States have filed suit at Owens boro asking that the affairs of the institution be placed under controlof the Federal Court Robert Moses of Louisville will be elected grand commander of the Ken Templar at the Lebanon concave The controller of the has Issued a call for the condition of national banks at the close of business on May 14 Hopkinscounties has been declared off Will Exhibit At Stanford on Saturday May 3- 0COMItS4GIN ALL ITS MAGNIFICENT SPLENDOR Jones Enormous Shoz1s I 1400 MEN WOMEN CHILDREN HOUSES BEAUTIFUL SHETLAND PONIES ELEPHANTS AND CAMELS 4001I EUROPE AND AMERICAS MOST NOTED LADY AND GENTLEMAN PERFORMERS ACROBATS LEAPERS TUMBLERS AERIL ISIS EXUILIBRISTS AND JESTERS 10 of Amercas Funniest of all Funny Clowns A Troupe ot Highly Educated Dogs Shetland Ponies Monkeys A Herd of Performing Elephants A Most Magnificent PerIfeA Mile Long Line of Golden Glittering Free Street Parade Massive Open Dons and Cages of Rare Wild and Costly Animals Beautiful Horses Trappings Chariots Tableaux Floats A Cavalry of Costumed Ladies and Gentlemen From All Nation Bands of Music etc All Positively FREE at Noon on Day of Exhibition This Enormous Show Never Divides and will Positively Exhibit Afternoon and Night at Stanford Saturday May 30 Hustonville Friday May 29 What Shall We Do to Obtain Your Orders For BUGGIESR Builder of Fine HandMade Bug gies a Specialty Just anhours drive to see us We sell direct from the manufacturer to you We are the best equipped factory in Central Kentucky saving you all the middle mans profits even cratage drayage and freight So dont be talked into paying more for socalled good buggies that are put up by the ehystet carriage factories that build 35000 a yearwhen you can buy a handmade one for the same moneybuggies put up to sell caringnothing about results What are the results Shaftirons break the wheels go loose in the hubs and the gearing goes loose and comes to pieces about the fifth wheel We absolutely guarantee you against such defects We sell our buggies all over the Central part of the State They are highly recom mended by the liverymen everywhere For information callon such men as Vanursdall Bros L B Givens and Tatum Son They are users of our buggies at Harrodsburg We are also headquarters for all kinds of Car riage Repairing Painting and Rubber Tiring at factory prices Thanking you for past favors and soliciting a portion of your future business Best Round Edge Steel Tire 8350 buggy size asM ArnoldBuilder of Fine Buggies Main and Second Street DANVILLE KY Write or Phone 274 for Prices r ouTING SUITS I 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 are toIserve you Of course you know there are only three garments to be had this sea son rthe old reliable neverchanging ever dressyBlue Serge l 1 deIBrown was very popular last Winter but manyImanythe lightest Light Greys are always good but better this season than Usual These are nearly all made with fulllbloomer trousers with cuff bottoms range of prices from 10 to 25r k t t lIeJ McROBBRTS 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 rnna PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky l Claims Notes And 7 Accounts Notes and accounts accepted for COIIcti nianywhere in the United States Claims of all kinds carefully looked after inIall parts of the country Real Estate of all kinds sold and exchanged Correspondence solicited II Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky v + o Th1Interior Journal STANFORD KY MAY 22 1908 UED Cedar Flakes are made from the wood of genuine red cedar and are a sure protection against moths IGc a package Pennys drug store- PERSONALS MR Joe S RICE was in Lebanon this week Miss VIRGINIA BOURN of Garrard is with Mrs W K Warner MR JOHN NEVIUS of Lebanon Junc tion was hero for a few days MR H C WRAYiont up to Mt Vernon this week on business MRS DAN COOLEY and son Moso Cooley are visiting in Indianapolis MR S M ALLEN of Mlllcrsburg is with the family of Mr E P Woods 1Miss MARY MCRODERTS loft yester 1for Versailles to visit Miss Eza Twy manMR AND MRS T W JONES returded yesterday from a visit to relatives at WaltonMR Mns H S MURDOCH of Uuckhorn are with lion and Mrs J N Saunders tJu Miss ANNA CHANCELLOR spent a few days with Miss Cora Nunnelley at I Turncravlllo REV HOMER CARPENTER of Lex In ton Is the guest of a mighty pret ty girl here Miss NEIL FLANNICAN of Lebanon Junction has been the guest of Mrs J A Chappell MRS W L MCCARTY returned yes terday from Martlnsvllle very much improved In health MR J A CARPENTER of Perryville attended the burial of Mr J Marsh Coffey here Tuesday MR ROUERT C SAUFLEY has taken a position with Mr D Leo Currey tho Harrodiburg druggist JAMES MCELWAIN OWSLEY left Wed nesday night to visit his nephew Fred- diet Phillips In Atlanta 1Mlsslts MALLIE AND ELIZA MCUEE returned from a visit to friends 4have relatives in Shelby City Miss GEORGIA LEWIS of Crab Orchard attended the commencement exercises of tho Stanford Graded School MISS 9ID ltTA MURPHY and Ruth Tannertof McKinney will return this week from Georgetown College where they have been attending school MRS ALBERT S MILLER who came from Crawfordsvillo Ind to attend the marriage of her niece Miss Lucy Miller Givens to Mr Samuel Dean Hart t Icy was taken very and n doctor Is in daily attendance on her I Miss CLAUDIA EATON has our thanks for an invitation to the commencement exercises of CampbollHagermon Col lege Lexington which begin on the 24th and continue until the 27th Miss Eaton is one of the graduates PROF AND MRS J W IRELAND er- A tertained at an elegant dinner Wednes day Dr J C Willis president of tho University of Louisville Prof J C Cheek Jr and the Graded School graduates Miss Uesslo Dudderar Yen tis and Mr John Downer Jr MR J B IAXTON left Tuesday for Greensboro N C for a week or ten days Ho goes as Commissioner to tho 1 General Assembly from Transylvania Presbytery and has been Invited to stop with Rev and Mrs S M Rankin a former pastor of the Presbyterian church of this place Prop J C CHEEK JR who taught in the Graded School tho past year and who made a legion of friends In and around Stanford left yesterday morn ing for Fulton to spend the vacation with his parents lie wilt superintend t the Graded School atTiptonvilleTcnn next year Prof Check is a fine young man and a good teacher ills many friends hero will bo glad to know that on competitive examina lion held at Philadelphia Mr W harry Higgins was elected interne in tho Allegheny General Hospital at Pitts burg Mr Higglns will graduate from johnsHopklns Medical College Balti more Juno 9 Ills brother Rev Al fred A Hlggins of Glwgow will go up and see him graduate LOCALS SOME new Toilet Seta at Farris I HANDLE the 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 Hustonville Ky MR GEORGE W COULTER who has made Boyle county a splendid sheriff has announced for county judge Ho is a strong man and a truebluo democrat JUDGE J S OWSLEY and Squire James McKechnio will bo nominated for county judge and magistrate respectively by tho democratic county committee Yesterday was tho last day to enter and none but tho above gentle men paid in REV R L CREEL will preach tho Baccalaureate sermon to tho graduates l of Hustonvillo graded school at tho Christian church that city Sunday 6 I atlthe SHIRTS and underwear Cummins Wearen GARDEN hoes rakes mattocks and plows Farris LOST Route Book of Jones circus Leave at this office ENJOY a cup of coffee with us Friday and Saturday Farris SEE tho D E Lawn Mower before you buy George II Farris LOST babys tap between Turnersvilla and Gilberta Creek This office CLOTHES cleaned dyed and repaired at Cook Farmers barber shop liner of Dccring machinery mowers binders rakes J L Beaz leyCo GET tho best sprinkling hose In town tAldridgos plumbing shop when it stops raining w JUST RECEIVEDNew line of Ladies Tan Oxfords Call and see them Cum mins Wearen CALL at Stanford Greenhouse for bed ding plants and cut flowers Miss Lo na Hampton Logan Ave r THE Ladles Aid Society of tho Chris tlan church will meet with Mrs J G Carpenter at 2 oclock this Friday afternoon BLOODHOUNDS FOR SALE Several bloodhounds trained and ready for ser vice for sale Write to or call on Miss Nannio Brown Hustonvillo WE will deliver ico anywhere In the city limits If you are not a regular customer phone your order In the after noon for next morning delivery B F Rout Mgr Water Light Ico Co BULLY for Danville Sho gets the Q Si C division from Somerset Un der this arrangement the first district willextend from Cincinnati to Dan ville second district from Danville to Oakdale and third district from Oak dale to Chattanooga LAST Friday night t Crab Orchard Graded School closed tho years work with very interesting and appropriate exercises The entertainment was given by the pupils of tho various grades and it was a credit to the pupils and a compliment to the teachers who work ed so faithfully during tho year The school has been very successful this year and tho entire faculty has been unanimously retained Tho patrons who know a good school aro pleased and tho prospects for tho future aro bright An interesting feature of the week was a lecture by Prof 0 W Hedges of Kentucky Wesleyan Col legeXCLOUDBURST AT KiusVlLLc Last Sunday train No 1 which reaches this point at 110 r M did not arrive until 225 by reason of being delayed at Kings Mountain where a cloud burst occurred flooding the track and filling tho tunnel with water to the depth of four feet says the Somerset Journal South of the tunnel the track was In places under water as much as five feet Tho water rushed in sweeping torrents from the adjacent hills end almost within the twinkling of an eye all was submurged in the swirl of the rushing waters It is said columns of water three feet high came rushing down the mountain sides from either side of the track and In 20 minutes the flood was at its height TILE commencement exercises of the Stanford Graded and High School were held in Waltons Opera House Wednes day morning A large crowd was pres ent and the splendid program carried out was greatly enjoyed The stage had been tastily decorated with ever greens and potted flowers and palms added beauty to the scene Rev J M F Taylor invoked divine blessings on tho occasion after which 12 girls dress ed in white sang very sweetly a Wel come Song Mr John Downer Jr one of tho two graduates Miss Bessie Dudderar Yantis being tho other delivered a splendid oration ort Mans Dominion and Purpose A piano num ber by Miss Eugenia Patrick was next enjoyed and at its conclusion Dr J C Willis president of tho University of Louisville was Introduced by Prof J W Ireland His address was a most interesting one It was full of practi cal common sense and it is to be hoped that the many who heard it will profit by the suggestions it contained Prof Ireland and the trustees of tho school school showed judgement in securing the services of so good and able a man to address tho graduates Miss Josephine Carpenter then entertained with a piano number which was well executed After a brief talk Prof Ire land delivered tho diplomas a piano gavotte was rendered by Misses Totten Von Gruenlgan and Spoonamore after which the mornlngo exercises were closed by a benediction by Rev J L Yandle The graduates were recipients of a large number of presents while the flowers they received almost hid them from the audience Miss Yantis wore a beautiful white creation and her natural beauty showed to its best ad vantage She Is a fine young woman and in school was a most satisfactory student Mr Downer is one Stan fords best boys a gentleman at any and all times and an exceedingly well informed young man SEE our D E Lawn Mower Farris NECKWEAR and hosiery Cummins Wearen PANAMA and straw hats Cummins Wearen JOHN THOMPSON at Waltons Opera House Wednesday night May 27 FRESH carload of Wall Plaster and Portland Cement just in J M Phillips GOOD family horse for sale Safe any where you put him R C NunneUey Turncrsvilie FOR SALE Mare harness and phaeton Apply to Mrs Hannah L Steger Crab Orchard Ky GRADUATING and wedding presents at W II Muellers 0 WANTED to buy a good buggy horse Dr L B Cook Stanford Ky THOSE owing the Stanford Drug Co will please settle Tho business must be closed up In a few weeks This means you if you owe the firm FOR splendidly improved farm of 180 acres One of the best farms in tho county On Hustonville pike three miles from Stanford Call on or phone me A J Rice Stanford Ky HAVING bought John Chrismans flower busines at Lancaster I will sell tor the next 10 days flowers and plants at greatly redpced prices Will have u big lot on hand at Lancaster next Munday court day Will move tho business to Stanford in a few days Ed Hubbard NEW LIVERY FIR1fSld Myers who was a partner in tho livery firm of Gentry Myers and his brother Matt Myers have opened a livery stable in the I M Bruce stable on Depot street patIronBgeis their solicitor A CATECHISM of truth by Rev Geo 0 Barnes has just been issued and may jJe 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 is Mr Barnes last work and gives his teaching in epitome by 100 questions and answers Exchanges will please copy THE following is a list of tho Cream cry patrons and the amounts after their names is what ouch received for milk delivered duringthe month of April It is safe to say that this much money was never before received for butter and milk or both In this community in one month and that It would clearly be to the interest of our farmers to engage in the dairy business Christ Ca menisch 15944 J B Camenisch 2S 20 W M Bright 4363 M S Baughman 7213 W C Shanks 2200 Reichenbach Bros 5347 A VonGruenigan 3095 F VonGrueni gan 3243 F VonAllman 2325 Ben Goode 191 E T Beazlcy 2767 Wm Baughman 2 82 Sane Matheny 1493 j Mrs Dishon 1137 W H Traylor f 08 Wm Beck 2022 Jacob Gander 18 85 A T Traylor 556 J L Beazley 1608 Wm Ma theny 986 J J Seevier 1730 W T Tucker 1574 G Baumann 1790 John Bingaman 1378 John Camen isch 1600 A J Rice 700 J C Colson 565 C E Tate 2216 Geo L Penny 65Oj H G Lutes 155 Jas Otter 9034 Total 71393 Fred Baumann Mgr THE annual recital by the music department of the Stanford Graded School is one of the good things our people look forward to and they are never disappointed There is no sameness about the recitals as many would think but new features aro added each year and each entertainment surpasses its predecessor The one at Waltons Opera House Wednesday evening was undoubtedly the most enjoyable of the several given and was meritorious from every point of view Miss Ellen Ballou tho efficient music teacher was assisted in the preparation of the clever enter tainment by tho other graded school teachers and they should feel good over the success of their achievement The opera house was crowded and liberal applause was given each member Where all did so will it is invidious to particularize but suffice it to say there was not a hitch from the first number to the last and everything went like clock work Following is theprogram given PianoII Trovatore Mary Elizabeth McKinney Lucy Lee Walton Song Sunbonnet Babies and Overall Boys First Grade PianoMedley Earl Spoonamore PianoLe Petit Savoyard Ella Eichenberger Isabel Reynolds Song Happy Mothers and Irate Fathers Second and Third Grade Boys and Girls PianoFrolic of the Butter flies Virginia Mahony ReadingWhen- Jack Comes Late Annie Lewis Gentry PianoPolish Dance Annie Davis Mc MaryMooro SylphsMissTo Sleep Prof J W Ireland Violin Miss Berta Jean Penny Piano Tremolo Miss Kate Newland Drlll Springs Garlands Fourth Grade TUB L N will run an excursion over the K C to Cincinnati Sunday 175 for tho roundtrip READ elsewhere the kind of an enter tainment John Thompson will give at Waltons Opera House Wednesday night next 27th AT a meeting of tho republican coun ty committee Wednesday Dr R L Davison and Mr George D Florence were by unanimous vote reelected chairman and secretary for the next four years FowLEMr W A Fowle aged 76 died at Rowland at noon yesterday af ter a long Illness He is survived by his wife who is 81 years old and three children Mr Fowle came to this coun ty from Nicholas a number of years ago and has made a splendid citizen He was a member of the Christian church and was an elder for many years At 1 oclock this afternoon Eld Joseph Ballou will preach the funeral at the late home and the burial will fol low in Lancaster cemetery MOLLY McGonsiLY the Irish Ser oneiThompson troduces in his grandentertainment Tho Funny Fellows of New York No race of people Is as witty as the Irish and Molly is one by whom you can prove it She has a vegetable com plexion carrotv hair turn up nose reddish cheeks a soupe rior looking lady When you see personificationis punctuated with jokes and puns Hu lipsInis not only comical but also surprising tryIngplaysItpawIvorynot published Just StepOverto Ireland the theIsmnggetting up and doing so the air is so perrectWhensinging the reel and with case and grace executes some of the difficult that are in an Irish reel then the audience are not only surprised but also bydancingwell deserved applause which she re ceives from the audience is a receipt in full from them that she has made a genuine hit Mr Thompson will ap at the Opera House for one night on Wednesday May 27 The admission is 25 35 and 50 cents Reserved seat tickets are on sale at McRoberts Drug Store FOR SALE I Rhode Island lied Pullets and Cockerels Kggs from selected pent IL per IS Wild Mallard young Ducks Call nnd see tlemMeas J KDMIXTOS Phone 7 Crab Orchard Ky Adorinas Fox Is n handsome large young Jersey Hull de scended from n and unbroken line of the most noted bull find cows on the Ik Innd or Jersey tngland and AmerIca Ill- Irelsoneof the t bulls ever imported unit hit dam Is a show that has given belsome Ancestor add have a Ilrlctl good cow you should avail yourself of his ser vice He will lie allowed to servo n limited number of approved registered cows outside of our own herd this year for n fee of Pencil Make engagement before tending cow to be bred UKIJ t OTTER KyNbull calves that will be sold at right prices Waltons Opera House Ou Wednesday May liAdmission 25c 35c and 50c John Thompson The only actor in the world who gives an entire Vaudeville Entertain ment alone Mr Thompson will in his original MuslcalCharaeterComedy- entitled liThe Funny ws of New YorkThere Is no other entertainment like this neither has any other actor ever accomplished such an undertaking During the performance he will sing about 16 comics songs all hits He will Introduce lOdifferent charac ters each character of a different nationality and appropriate dialect He will play on the piano violin banjo Chinese fiddle clarinet and other Instruments as ho is a fine musicianHe toll about 300 funny stories and jokes some of which are funny enough to make a mule laugh As a dancer ho has few equals and any person who docs not laugh at the dancing of the Yankee farmer should Immediately consult a doctor Ho is also his own orchestra and plays his own music while singing Ho never leaves the stage until tho performance ends he dresses himself puts on his wigs makes up his face each character right befdro the audience so that they can see how an actor makes up in his dressing room Ho Is a whole troupe of ten vaudeville artists including the orchestra- If you miss this entertainment you will never get another chance to see anyone like it because there is none Reserved seat tickets are at the usual place Treat yourself to two hours of joy Deliver the Goods We realize that an advertisement is effec tive only when the advertiser is able to deliv er the goods We have the goods mentioned below and at the prices stated Compare these prices with other houses offerings 12Jo Quality A F C Ginghams at 8c yard 15c Quality Toile du Nord Ginghams lOc 12Ac Linen Finish Suiting 8eIfc Quality fast colored Lawns 4c 7 c Quality Brown Cotton 5c lOc Quality Perailes 6c Tie Quality Apron Gingham 6c 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 l South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD K- YHOSIERY J We are now ready to show you the 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- F TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY h 1 Drown Riding and walking cul tivators W H HIGGINS Stanford KentuckyI I ii The Interior Journal t jeniertdinthe Poet Oi1ic4 at Stanford ell Itoondclat mnlttr f TOBUDATB A4D FHHJAT I7UJILIflBBD AT YEAR CASH so paid IJOO will be charged BeD CARTER Now Livery Dopot Street Phone 96 TANFORDKENTUCKY t 10 REWARD I k Ior the arroit and conviction of any person f trespasing farm day or night or dolnlt totock Ist tmvellng the pUb Ile hlllhllBJ8 or Injury to tock from the lands of other to let rewnrd ofto for parittCUsrIoitee ale pec I also offer two special p and I sin each JGCarpan er McKINNEY MARBLE ft GRANITE t WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers in and manufacturers of Granite and Marble Monument OflfcetandsWorkiat lUnionablo Trie McKlnney Ky Shop closed on Saturday AS PRICEI Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberte Drug Store in the Owsley Building 1SignWriting Draper and House Tainting raper Hanger 1 G MEDAIRY Interior Fresco Decorator Graining Kte McKINNBY KY INSURANCEJlre z Accident None BEST Represented Lowest Pos llble Rate Guaranteed Paying Roc 4lt4Unequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No M Two Head of Good Butcher Stuff and 3 Jersey Cows andjCal ves for sale at a Bar gain G B Pruitt Moreland TOBACCO BARNS I Insurance companies have cancelled their Policies in the Tobacco District nnd others have ceased wrlUnu at a time when the farmer needs them the most A Friend In need li a Krlend indeed1 The Home Insurance Company of N Y the largest and molt popular Fire Insurance Company has always and li now writing tobacco horn and all classes of tarot property They have not cancelled n uliigle Policy even In coun ties where the tobacco trouble has been the worst For Insurance on nil classes of faro property Addren or Phone Jesse D Wearer The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY JfLBeazleyCo TJndertaKera and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur niture JIattingsRugs They willexchange Furniture for nil Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Pricea Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer InHarnoss Saddlery STANFORD KY Office Phone 167 Homo Photo 35 n FARMERS DEPARTMENT I am standing a good Jersey bull at 2 Ed Hubbard Stanford F M Murphy and J A Estes have had several hogs to die of cholera FOR SALEThree dry cows and 15 shoats J M Reynolds Waynes burg FOR SALEOne young horse will work any place Chas Butcher Crab Orchard FOR SALE23 yearling calves and heifers good ones G W Lunsford Rowland FOR St7 cows and heifers fresh milkers C T Bohon Sot Lebanon Ky Lewis Rogers delivered to Simon Well 62 fat hogs that averaged 20G pounds at 6Jc Bourbon News- I have a lot of good timothy hay for sale at 50 cents per hundred if taken at once L C Dunn Hustonville Ky John A Wood bought of J M Van Meter a fine horse for 300 Ho sold to Allen S Edelin a fancy pony for 175I John B RilTe wants to buy your woo this year He will pay the highest mar ket price Sacks at Hustonville See him before you sell Twentyeight plant beds in henry county were scraped by night riders The victims are not members of the Hurley Tobacco Society George Williams Clay sold to Chas S Brent Bro of Paris his wool cUp of 1500 fleeces at 18 cents per pound nothing to be thrown out David Carroll and E W Ripy bought if John C McBrayer 45 yearling Here ford cattle at 425 to be delivered In October Anderson News The Beazley Bros training stables at the Fair grounds is a very busy place and they have done a good bust ness since coming to SomersetJour nalSales on the Paducah market of association tobacco aggregated 150 hogs heads this week W B Kennedy bought 144 hogsheads of leaf ranging from lOc to 12c T J Wright bought six hogsheads of lugs at 7 to 9c Litigation over a mule valued at 90 has reached a point in the Lawrence county courts where the costs are over JSOO besides the fees of eight attorneys employed The case has been tried eight times and the end is not yet Todd considered by horsemen to have been one of the greatest trotting sires died at the stock farm of William C Bradley near Somerville N J lIe was bred by J Malcolm Forbes of for ton in 1899 and was by Bergen Fa neliaH F Hillenmeyer the Fayette coun ty nurseryman says that during the past 30 years there have been four heavy snows in this section In the month of May viz May 21 1893 May 19 and 20 1894 May 2 1897 May 9 1898 That of May 19 and 20 1894 was the heaviest and most damaging Tired nerves with that no ambi lion feeling that is commonly felt In Spring or early Summer can be cast ly and quickly altered by taking what la known to druggists everywhere as- Dr Snoops Restorative Ono will absolutely note a changed feeling within 48 hours after beginning totake the Restorative The bowels get slug nab In the wintertime the circulation often slows up the Kidneys are inac lye and oven the heart in many cases rows decidedly weaker Dr Shoops Restorative Is recognized everywhere as a genuine tonic to thoso vital organs It builds up and strengthens tho ivorn out weakened nerves It harpens the falling appetite and unl orsally aids digestion It always ulckly brings renewed strength life igor and ambition Try it and bo onvlncod Sold by Pennys Thug Store Although much of this years corn crop is not yet planted owing to the late season speculators have appeared in Central Kentucky nnd are buying up- the 1903 crop in advance offering 250 a barrel delivered at gathering time- this fall which is equivalent to 330- in the crib says a Lexington dispatch lore News from the New Eng land States If any one has any doubt as to the irture of Foloys Kidney Cure they need only to refer to Mr Alvin U timpson of Wllllraantlc Conn who after almost losing hope of roo ovory on account of the failure of so many remedies finally tried Foloys Kidney Cure which be says was just the thing for him as four bottles ured him completely Ho is now en rely well and free from all the suf arlng Imldont to acute kidney trouble onnys Drug Store An lowa man undertaking to im port eggs from England under the classification of livestock The customs officials do not see it that way although it is well known that many of the eggs shipped from Iowa to Chicago each the consumers as live poultry louston Poe- tNotice To Out Customers Ve are pleased to announce that oloys Honey and Tar fur coughs olds and lung troubles is not effected by tho National Pure Food and Drug aw as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recommend ns a safe remedy for children and adults Pennys Drug Store act It Reached the Spot Mr E Humphrey who owns a larg general store at Omega 0 and Is president of the Adams County Tube phone Co as well as of tho Horn Telephone Co of Pike County 0 says of Dr Kings New Discovery lilt saved my life once At least I think It did It seemed to roach the spot the very seat of my coughwhin everything olso failed Dr Klngs New Discovery not only reaches the cough spot it heals the sore spots and the weak spots in throat lungs and chest Sold under guarantee at Pen nys Drug Store 50o and il Trial bottlo free- Seventythree eggs in 73 days is the record held by Lewis Crawfords duck and she is still laying dally says a dig patch from Eminence Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup is best for women and children Its mild action and pleasant taste makes It pre ferablo to violent purgatives such as pills tablets etc Get the booklet and a sample of Orluo at Pennys Drug Store Small Farm For Sale I Situated on Somerset pike four mile from Stanford Contains acres Uood residence and abundant outhouse In good repair For further particular call nt omco Jesse W Sweeney 7BOFBUTO- BCtivery Fool and Solo Static Lancaster Ky NOTICE I All persons who been and are now treipaulng on the pUblic road of Ito coin county Ky by obstructing the highway In any manner are hereby notified to remove tame at once or they will bo prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law This April 81 K UunnruAK Supervisor MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No roo Yt A Mwlll meet In stated communication on each lint and third Monday night of each month at oclock In their hall on Main street Stan forth Ky MeinlN ra of sister lodges are fra ternally Invited to lie present U L IVtiny W MT W 1ennlngtonHec GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy readymade clothing when there j 10 little difference In the price of ready- made suit and n suit made to your measure laken by an experienced tailor I have n handiomo line of Hprlne A Mummer good I lan make from a low ce business suit to ihenneitdremult AlioOvercoatiTroui in and Fancy Vet The company I rep resent li second to none 110 KUILBY The Tailor Stanford Ky Stop That Cold To check coliii or Grippe with rreTtntlrt meani sure defeat for Pneumonia To stop a cold with Pr TenUcilii f than to let ii run and be obliged to cure It afterward To be sure Pre venUes will cure even a deeply seated but taken early at the sneeze tathelDisk or bolterThatQulnInechlldrenand thoroughly sate too If you feel oflrnentlcIfthereabl1l1ei PreyenOci greatest efficiency Sold In 6a boxes for the pocket also In Mo boxes of 4S TiTentlci Insist on your druegliU giving y- ouPreventics PENNYS DRUG STOR- EPEYTON My line mule aik will make the present salon nt Morelund Kynt IS to Iniurea llv nuoolt lieu inure getter and i con- SIder him un extra Rood mule Jack ills mule round up when matured right at It ands high Alcoa line bluok Ja- ckTURNER rtth white polhtaiihamdsI Inch will IK rmllttxl to nerve mares nt p to incur n ving cult See his colt on my farm they revxtni good I have two young Jerks unrlw and Midday lint will serve n few 111111 gratis- yly Wilkes ho- nendependence Chief will senta limited nniiithT of Dares nt tsto nsuronliving colt Independence Chiefs ht ilnm by iiimlMttta Wllkeg with live pro dUlling dams nnd ilred by Ueolllan 1hltil It Ile KING Moreland Ky Morgan Denmark This lute stallion will make the present elion lit the low price of eight dollars loin- ore n living colt lit has moru Deiiinurk hood than tiny living itnlllon nl will he pawn by hits pedigree Morgan Denmark nsilrvdby the noted IIn Un Time IoporttdIelgulonljuly organ was one of stud how iiinrva In Kentucky Hhw win aired by tunawaltJacksonJ lllaek lack with white x lnti lay hands high IlIrs hofiil and can heavy Iwne win MIred by Tnrklngtonn Niiiioleon J Kls un xcellunt mule nnd jennet Jnck and proven ore foul getter An n breeder he hni IHVII Irue and proven second to noiiw In this local It He will nt the low prim of to- 15uroallvingcolt Jeulntssam terms afireJOHNThe noted Ham Cochran Jack hat Ionrled In this loonllty for 10 von and given ntlifnctlon lie In oplondld conilltlon to unke Benson and will itnuU nt tbe low prier of rr to Insure n living colt You nin no In patronizing such n jack BULL- Will stand n tine Polled Angiu bull at one lollnr nt the gate lie tats proven nil excel len t breeder The above mentioned stock will stand at- nylunton0uille North of 1renotierovllle UII and Crab Oruhard Illke- llIr8tllllllllollnelsllrated nt n renionable nUulllllvtln lit all Imeioml skilled wrvlc rendered but not elpondble should any nicldoiiti otfcti- rltil 1KTflTH Htnnfordlt F n No4 Baitln Phone 78 F Qef v Goats for Sale Ihayetoraalennice pair of goat and harneii to nt them work well elthe IOAUWillUttlAll Duns HANmnaeUustonv111eKJ Heason of 11- U4SAMPSON This young Jack will make this season lit my farm whets I live the HlI Haughmn farm W mile South of Stanford on the Sons utlilkllRt 110 to insure mare colts and 14 nOl1le colts I consider Hampoll- a great breeding leek All of his lat yen colt were extra I showed two of them at Htanford Lancaster and Danville Mire am won both Ut and 2nd premlunu ntcolt ring of 8 to entries at all three hues also woi lit in the sweepstake ring at Ijuieniter Ihe only fair that gave u sweepstake Eight of his tut colt and four of his colts are now on my farms to show for thenuelves will appreciate any marts sent to him nm feel sure will not sending KyPhonoChoice Goods Foaled January luttj black with whit points IIIJ handi Hired Wonder and out of Ohenault Jennet lit Wonder wa sired by 1M kiln ho by Imported lie a Uholce loodsdam Is by Jumbo Imported lie was bred by Cheeks Ohwnault of 1I01la- nn Sumner county Tenn and is n great In dividual Ho won tin blue tie In the sweep IIItIChoice Uootls before you breed Ho wll serve JtlnlllU nt Jand blares nt 110 to sure living colt Will stand two other lacks nt liD to Inure living colts also stand the magnificent draft stal 1I0nOroltft IItrr lt SIC to Insure n llylni colt MH UAUUHMANHtanforU Pence JrPence Jr will make the season of IWi at- m born 14 tile from Rowland at to Insure B living colt If mare li traded or part wl with the neiiton money becomei due Pellet Jr bay italllon 6 years old full H 1IrTrucelorAllllontColIrOOttOIll VolllntriMJam b a Mambrlno horse 8nl dam hy Mambrlno Mei enger 1ence Jri2U danby lilts Vermont flpollIblecur J 7 HPOONAMOIIK How hind Ky DON VARRICK This magnificently bnxt young italllon will make the season of IWi at my plate In tanford Ky better known nc the Dr Halley plucel at InsureR Ileluig colt lion 1I1rInhort hark excellent bone and tine mutolei lust the type you are looking for to breed pournlares Don Varrlck U by tit great Jnwardbllverlttt1 that told for Itlm he ly Onward tone of the very best ions of leorgv Wllkes Onward was out of Dolly tnd no mare ever produced 1 inch Illutlri ouIsoa5nsOnwnnl and Director onward Mlver won theTrnniylvanln in 104 in a 7 lent race defeating uch talent nj Susi- elaytrlknadhiimu Shot The edie year le won t w Hnnner Mfinorlal and Maua hutotti In broken hrati lIon Varrleki lit lam by Wllket Buy by Oeorge Wllkeiand a lull sister to The Vait llUmd dRill habv Knge tliedam of Mid I1nlatcenslit till dam of ltubblr SdO Vlncheiter SIW Hilly Wilton i Wand MU It S SI This rich Inheritance of speed and ilXMl line should appeal to the public who wishes to breed Mai e kept lit Inc per Day All care taken but wilt not Iw reiponill le for accidents or olOnllll DII01PEItIIYStan- fordGALTUN J29JO Mason of JUJf Hire of Calvin l S At Burns IiJvVi ndilx others with trial from tJH to 50- dmaretheonly ones that werenll hand led for speed AlM time sire of one dam with one In the too lIt Hired h Uambetlit Wll cc51514ihsire of In the lilt 11 III iloand netter to be the greatest lire III the world ht dRill Paliey Field grand dam of 3 with record of frolll11T to b Kntleld iM sot of llembltunla- nWduntySliysAmerican Htar Knfleld ti1hasalh2ta0 his havent tJI or better 1ml dam by Ken Jr sire of J q flS Iam- natitt1174 nnd tliimi of Win the r3 list rd dam by old Joe sire of the damn of J Q Miialton cnrrlei the plod of four lending nmllleii Hambletonlan Wllkm Mumbrlno Chlf a lid l4elI1 Amtrifnii Htn- riultonicoiuhavegoiieiigalnitanddefeat d time eit In hurn s ola ei mind moister 1ngsthey lire In greet demand lellng at Hull MI I liu after maturity earllimriom SIlO lot tialtiui will stand at my stable t miles weal of Huitonvllle on llrndfonli viII pike nt I to insure u living colt Mon lyduelfmare is tnulr after Iwlng bred Pent or gmwat liJJpvr month 1tIJ ex ireinly for marx nootheritockinlxxd with Harm havegrase lots and Inrge stables for nnrei to tail Iran fed at cost Phone In rv Ulintw vllleKxehnniioW Huitonvllle THE WARFIELD Trial 8I Trotting lurk Hay Htnlllon hnlld toulisl AiiKUitlHil bred nt Vintage iirmKast Aurura N Y First d01nNAugli t r Girl by Ilex AmerUiu 9DM lyearold n cord of llaitleton 4yr 1In American IIl1lhayr record 21ItDII- JI oilier l 111 II eon Oft nwnnl iiil reo u1t1126yy sire or Onward Sliver miry and the YaO list onward WIll aired y George Wllkis Snddism Duennailretl by Mambrlno King sire of TftlnehHllajc Ijiily of tier Miinpr 1014 Lord 110 lit Iwf other In Ilo gal dam Iiotlet by Nutwood see the site of 11 In the list IthdamToiKuby Htrathmoftt sire to- lie list Kth dam Mlllnrd Albion 6th dRill Ned h byInutbrlnoOhiefThe Warlleld was bred to only If mare le has tads nil tq heeldei plenty uf ntyto Ilzo and miliHtiMicu and plenty 110 Iartlleld Is a ripre entntlve stallion In lie term ImplUw say tint he huts sips iilxtaiire timid sat d only art emphatlie th qualities combined In this son of Dare 1111 lie hal 11111111111 they urn or such mmetrleal character III to make hint o Ill 111on ainoiiK ninny Ills lead and neck oby feet not legs lire and when n 11011111011 with h isfnultlessW rwat lieHUty are olcllllly Ilrto4ht loo liould see liornu before breeding You Ill wty you never looked lit a better one he p iirIlHld time only ntnlllon thnt liiui nun In the great brooil mare list Hu Ins two Mambrliiu cross two Mambrlno molten two Mnmfirliintlili nun Ihlnies Olll Onward meorge Wllkra I Klectloneer J Nutwood Htriittimore moor trotting cro e 8 than any million nllvo T Wnrllld b 1amv Iwr11SIW rtfI byinumlrinhhlefll Diem MeiwdeM by OhlmesWtH by ileetlonerr 1J- 6imre Devil Is a greet winner He won the IhllllllllllIh111Ilt the National Itoree Hliow III iNiisiUiiM t Nntloiml ItorieHlinw lu IIIJ clats cliHiiiplonitilp Natlnnat llorne IHM class lint MBtlotml HorkeWhow National HumeOUslimesloahuuiloidd tI 0 IlorwHhow Ia0inns3 Iliuton Hor f Hliow l ell round lloKtou HorneHhow olau 8 mc Olld Ho ton IIoriteHlmw Wsiehss2 reserve kxtnn Horse Hhow 1511eluI third lion IoU Ilorre Show IIUI class He sired Till IM nitre of IrliuwH Helen lietoWill make season nt our mile from McKinney KYllt to Insure 1 Uvlng Colt Will nliii itaiuUlie 00il HFAOK JACK ONQUBIlolt Ito Iiuum Living Oolt deism 1II IIvlduIII IIIK high whlto lane fet hSLUIIHNPkONMcKDnlnyKy 1Itithes Went of Htiitonvllle Ky on the head fordivllle and Hustonvlllo pike near Oar mares traded iwrued shin or a bred living tnano colt they hone without consent of italllon owner forfeits insurance the season becomes duo on time of such action Lien retained on nil cone till season It paid Mares grazed ut UJU Nr tnontli Orntn fit If denlrril lit- rensonnbte rates All bill must bo hi be fore removal of hares Mares eiitnuted will receive our penonal attention but we will not be rcipoiiilble for ncclilentii or eI ca Il e IIK CHIITION fooled In lift litmus hilt Weight 1173lbs3 flay with two hind feet white to ankle A model of great IMuu Hhort bock lengthy excep tionally broad flat bone bniltaatin lleit of feet and legs with the longest neck twit Iand noire style thnii any horse Ky Kxtremoly fine weittheri with neck coming out lit exactly the pruwr place Klvlnit him wonderful style In bnrneM and under laddie A U autlfill ear set up exact ly at proper place A very Important fea turn In a line hone n hon of ex dol1nllll111Ie ioldiliiKt milking Morgan liilddust Stanford Danville loTOhlter urlta741 Stonewall Jackson HllmptrIIniureithe are dersofrealy- sale ItIIIUIWfllhIrllfl flrIthrough til yenroul UlMrlyvllle III lint hli At Chicago meetiiin of tinilerthniaddle Aaan hll hlghliun bn Whet Ut KltlItuitonvllle Turnersville Big Department StoreF- ull of everything that savto you money tirbytcomo and trade with us Wo handle everything from ginger cake to an export want your Eggs Chickens Old Iron and Brass Cattletu Hogs and Sheep andtllinge or anything you have to toll Our Grocery and Dry Goods Stock can lw excelled Wo nlo have lewith our business firstclaw Illaakimith Wood1 Shop Como and deaf with us and give til chance to slfljiwv you how wo cnn save you 1110110 LUTES BROS Turnersville Kentucky Roofing For Sale S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinning and Plumbing fZIDAnf I04rJ tfE JT TtPIAAIODJDG2 6VTJ TOO ASX I GEORGE H FARRIS Screen Doors Screen Windows and Screen Cloth at Geo Hoppers Stanford Ky DIGNITY DARE NO 1982 S R to Insurel Jlonoy due when inure is trmlod or parted with Owned by D S Carpenter Hustonville Ky GILBERT CREEK BARGAIN STORE Take no ones wool for route anil sre my new Hprlng Stilts Also Piece Hoods few suits nt loft yet I will 10 very guileful for your patronage D SMITH Dorsey Golddust 12052 Full brother to Kutelli by llendl 1IOyHired bronco by iolduil MlngoOhltf triiclng back to Justin Morgan on iMith sides htm an In ttuuely Inbred He Is u dark la hands and neighs Kiinds As brelerhehasfewequals rovenohduul form breeilur of snow and rout bor for liar priershoofand olds only farm brokeuimy own ralslniil hnveiold In the year an average of 6Porsey will make the present seaton ut my farm near at 110 to Insure a living colt Also a large unit lute young jack n grandson of Tour KeeIIU and Joe lUHokimrn lit is to lndre n living colt kept nt lOt per day Good munition but no spon l for accidents or eicnpes- V IIKIV Ky h 7S Snd dam eculslcolts of tint and action at n for three or live long fiwae harness horse 3 form At hor eihow Will In clam lux was see mid with no preparation one the inont tlm tnlted Htatoi Individual rank rterheproulhleslo take lbe front rank more could one duuinmlr 0 TIt Phone Ky Kxohangt nt prices will not a steer Wo not In ncction a anti a j D A H 30 EoUI it but A ftnt highclass thuiiialltliA Mares rt brs alit NOTICEI f A admlnlitrator of W1 Store I will on HATUIUUY MAY 6h courthoutloorhis rsonalty consisting of a lot of cur tclermiauhAdmrof VT Hton Beau Naboth 45006 By Naboth 1O11O LipInIan 3nl dos Johephlnu by Mambrlno Htnrll htll9ltby Dnrl lny HI units Mary dlllllhylimit by Thornton Itnttlir lleaii NolMith Is handnonie standing 164 baud of great style audcrttun0111bus toiiiWill stand lit the barn of Felix Wlilte lt pikeat00hHlttitrttrl with or brod elsewhere The boot personal euro taken though no responilhllltv for ar Oldent or escapes J M Htiinfonl Ky-