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ITHE INTERIOPMVOL XXXVI STANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 2 1908NO26 I r Here and Theree Mor e than 20 persona were poisoned at a church banquet at Bedford Ind William Stunclll died at Columbus Ind after hiccoughing continuously- for a w ck- Walhco Sellers died at Lexington from Injuries received when a horse kicked him- Taylor Whitaker a prominent Madi son county farmer shot himself to death in his cornfield Sherman Powell who made an as sault on a Woodford county lady was given a life sentence The pulp mill of the Wolf Rive Fibro and Paper Company burned at Shawnee Wis Loss 75000 In a desperate fight between a posse and a Negro at Mobile ono officer was mortally wounded and tho Negro was Martha Clay Davenport a daughter of Brutus J Clay and a sis r ter of Col E F Clay of Bourbo- county is dead A gift of J1COOOO for a gymnasium building at Northwestern University was made by James A Fatten King of tho corn pit In tho Chicago Board of TradeThe Railroad Commission will meet in Louisvlllo Thursday to hear a com plaint made by tho Loulsvlllo Coal and Coke Company against the L N railroadSecretary Taft delivered a Memorial day address at the tomb of Gen Grant in New York Tho exercises were marred by an almost continuous down pour of rain- Another move was mado in the fightt for tho office of Sheriff in Chrietls- County n J M Renshaw obtaining temporary Injunction preventing David Smith the Incumbent from perform ing the duties of tho office Beech Hargis who killed his father Judge James Hargis at Jackson at tempted suicide In the Jail there by taking an overdose of morphine Dr Hogg his brother in law worked with him a half day and resuscitated him Allen Creech on trial for murder drank a pint of whisky containing strychnine in tho same jail the same day and came near dying Kentucky Fair Dates The following aro the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1903 Crab Orchard July 15 3 days Stanford July 22 3 days Georgetown July 28 5 days Lancaster July 29 3 days Winchester Aug 4 4 days Russell Springs Aug 4 4 days Danville Aug 6 3 days Lexington Aug 10 5 days Burkeavllle Aug 11 4 days Brodhead Aug 12 3 days Lawrenceburg Aug 18 4 days Barbourville Aug 19 3 days London Aug 25 4 days f Liberty Aug 20 3 days Somerset Sept 4 days Paris Sept 6 days Montlccllo Sept 8 4 days A maill in perfect health so lie can do an honost days work vhe necessary has much for which he should bo thankful Mr L C Hod gore of Uranohton Pa writes that he was not only unable to work but ho couldnt stoop over to tie his own shoes Six bottles of Foloys Kidnoy Curo made a now man of him He says Success to Foloys Kidney Curo Tonnys Drug Store The friends of Editor W P Walton of the Kentucky State Journal will try to send him to tho Denver Convene tion as a delegate from his Congrcs atonal District We are for him first t last and all tho time teeth and toenails heart and soul hide and tallow emphatically we are Springfleld Sun Cures Gapes InstantlyJ UAKDSTOWN KY May 4 1008 One drop of It 41144 dropped down tIll bill of a unplug chicken kills thoI worms and relieves tho chicken Instantly When fed In feed or water it is the best preventive I have over seen Will Coomes There aro only 104 miles of street railway in England that country stiliI holding to horse traction There aro G4 on which the motor power is steam 25 cable and four gas Notice Chicken Raisers It 41144 euros cholera gapesroup canker and llinborneck Price COo No cure no pay Guaranteed by New Stanford Drug Co That widow who was whipped by a 1party of masked men in Kentucky is evidently not a Merry Widow now I Maysvlllo Public LedgerINew York has three of the very few women ombalmers In the country al though tho work pays an average of 10 a day CHURCH MATTERS Thcro arc 262000 Sundayschools in the world with 26000000 pupils Rev Andrew Johnson of Wilmore is holding a twoweeks meeting at tho Methodist church in Somerset Rev Ernest A Braham pastor of tho Episcopal church at MIddlcsboro has declined the call to the pastorate of tho Good Shepherd church Lexington Quarterly meeting at tho Methodist church Saturday and Sunday Rev D W Robertson of Georgetown will preach Saturday at 230 r M Sunday at 11 A M and Sunday night Quar- r terly Conference Saturday at 315 r M Tho Northern Presbyterian Assembly at Kansas City adopted a resolution providing that no paid agents of the church boards of tho general assembly shall bo members of tho executive com mission which will direct the adminis testier of affairs of tho church Rev Boyd pastor of tho Pisgah anseminary in Chicago Ho will be suc recited by Rov Wm Hopper Stanford who is a rising young preacher Rev Hopper will also havo charge of tho Burnsido churchSomerset Times Program for Stanford District Sun day School Convention to bo held In tho Presbyterian church Friday night Juno 12 1903 730 r MSong service by Prof Ireland 8 r MThu Effectual Teacher let Tho Teachers Obliga tlonJ A Allen 2nd Ills Inspira lion for Accomplishing the End In View J C McClary 3rd lIla Preparing tho LesaonC Eo Tate 4th The Teacher Teaching P M McRobcrta Wo wish to get In the midst of the great awakening of the 20th century workaTherefore wo Insist on all making an effort to be present at this meeting It B Mahony J L Yandle com IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Wm Pfoff has been appointed postmaster at Warren Knox county It C Dye a good citizen of Casey is dead at his homo near Liberty Tho Turkey Rock Oil and Gas Com pany of Wayne county has increased its capital stock from 5000 to 150000 Tho bodies of the dead paupers were removed from the county farm last Friday and reburied In the Glenn Wood Cemetery Liberty News During a domestic quarrel at Bar bourvillo Uriah Sullies a prominent merchant of Flat Lick Knox county was shot and seriously wounded by his wifeThe May term of the Pulaski circuit court opened Monday with Judge Jarvis In tho chair The term will run four weeks and very little civil business will be taken up owing to the criminal dock et Somerset Times- J Vincent Arnold who has been en gaged In the railroad business at Knox ville Tenn has been promoted to tho responsible position of ticket agent at tho L N Railroad depot in Birming ham Ala Lancaster Record Tho Court of Appeals reversed judgment of the Pulaski Circuit Court in the case of tho Cincinnati Southern adnministrator The lower court awarded 7500 damages for tho death of Evans who was killed at White Rock Station weak womonshould try Dr Shoops Night Cure Those soothing heal ing antlsoptlo suppositories go direct to tho seat of those weaknesses My hook No 4 For Womon contains many valuable hints to women and it Is free Ask Dr Snoop Racine Wls to mall It Ask tho Doctor In strict est confidence any question you wish answered Dr Shoops Night Cure Is sold by Pennys Drug Store In a frenzy of jealously Dago Kid well while attempting to kill Marie Kolser an inmate of a resort in Lex- Ington shot Lizzie Davidson and Will Perkins and then sent a bullet through own breast Kidwell will probably die from his wounds but Perkins and the women were not seriously hurt Does this car oto Twentyfourth street Inquired tho elderly lady No maam but 1 havo something just as good replied tho conductor who was formerly a drug clerk I can let you off twice at Twelfth street BohemianThe a Pills Ever Sold After doctoring 15 years for chron iq Indigestion and spending over two hundred dollars nothing has done mo at much good as Dr Kings New Life Pills I consider them tho best pills over sold writes D F Ays cue of Ingloslde N C Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 25o lIon John J Straub one of tho best known labor leaders in tho South andI prominent in newspaper and Democratic political circles is dead at Nashville Relieve indigestion in five minutes thats the record of Mlona stomach tablets 60 cents a box at Pennys NEWS NOTES Excessive heat killed 10 people in a single day In PitUburg Mrs Clara Wesson killed herself at Houston Texas because her husband would not kiss her good night A band of 30 night riders shotup the town of Hathaway in Boone county and scraped the plant beds of several farmers in the vicinity Nineteen indictments charging night riding wero returned by the Shelby county grand jury Many of the men accused live in Franklin county near the Shelby line W W Spence a millionaire of Springfield Mass on his way to Ken tucky to complete a deal for a large tract of coal lands died suddenly on a train at Olive Hill The six Parrish brothers who were principal owners and founders of the Owensboro Savings Bank have assign ed making no reservation Their liabilities are largely in excess of assets W L Krone county attorney of Lyon county was assaulted and severely beaten at Eddyvillo by Harvey Satter field who Is under bond to await the action of the grand on the charge of night riding Gov Willson pardoned Mrs Mary Lou Hollowell who was under indict ment In Caldwell county on the charge of scraping a plant bed Mrs Hollo well and her husband were driven from tho State by night riders Under orders from Gov Hanly and Attorney General Bingham tho gam bling houses at French Lick were raid ed but the news had leaked out and the paraphernalia had been removed when the officers arrived A special from Pikevllle says the five men charged with murderous assault on two Hungarian families on Blackberry creek in Pike county several days ago were captured tried and each sentenced to five years in the penitentiary- J W Harmon a policeman and Charles Woodburn were instantly killed and J R Wooten chief of police was badly wounded in a shooting affray at Central City The three men quarrel ed among themselves and emptied their revolvers at each other A petition was med in the United States court at Nashville on behalf of the Intercalate Commerce Commission to compel the Nashville Chattanooga and St Louis railway to provide equal accommodations for Negroes as that given white passengers The death of Gen Stephen D Lee commander in chief of the U C V leaves Gen W L Cabell of Dallas Tex commanding general of the Trans Mississippi Department of tho United Confederate Veterans tho ranking officer In this organization Gen Cabell has issued an official notification to United Confederate camps lien Stephen D Lee commanderin chief of the United Confederate Veter ans and ono of tho last three surviving Ileutcnant generals of the Confederacy died Thursday at Vicksburg Miss Ov erexertion In the ceremonies attendant upon the reunion of Iowa and Wiscon sin veterans of tho G A R at Vicks burg brought about Gen Leos illness Walker Duncan and Riley Harrbd wellknown Shelby county farmer were indicted on the charge of killing Newton R Hazelett whose body was foundon the road near Jacksonville Duncan admitted the killing and took all responsibility for tho act Ho said he was expecting a raid by night riders and had asked Harrod and another neighbor to assist him In defending his property He said ho only fired in self defense Thinks It Saved His Life Lester M Nelson of Naples Maine says In a recent letter I have used Dr Kings Now Discovery many years for coughs and colds and I think It saved uiy lIfo have found It u reliable remedy for throat and lung complaints and would no more bo without a bottle than I would be without food For nearly 40 years Now Discovery has stood at the head of throat and lung remedies As a preventive of pneumonia and healer of weak lungs it has no equal Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 50c and el Trial bottle free Gov Beckham Is not now a candidate for any office and probably will not to soon but nevertheless he is in the pub lic eyo Ho is quietly practicing law In Frankfort and making no pretentions strongertoiJayally felt for party good than those democrats who united to destroy him Hartford Heral- dBuoklens Arnloa Salve Wins Tom Moore of Rural Route 1 Coch ran Ga writes I had u bad sore come on the instep of my foot and could find nothing that would heal It until I applied Bucklons Arnica Salvo Less than half of a 25o box won the day for me by affecting a per fect euro1 Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store HUSTONVILLE Keep cool with Danville ice Sold by Lipps Peavyhouae Mrs Mary Logan has returned from Birmingham where she visited her son Elza and Mrs J B Adams Col I C Root of Louisville Is ruse ticating and recuperating with Dr T J Bohon and other West End friends Maud tho 33 year old mule of D W Dunn died Friday from injuries received at the hands of some miscreant Barney Leigh has the cleanest gar den between hero and Columbia How 7 It was plowed and planted after the last rain Dr L C Powell left Sunday with his son for Bloomington III to be treated for asthma with which he has been seriously effected The Ladies Auxiliary to the C W B M will meet with Mrs Chas Lutes Thursday at 230 r M A cordial invi tation is extended to all to attend Tho strawberry crop has proven a disappointment on most fields and all fruit trees are much short of an aver age yield save hero and there a full set A series of meetings will begin at the Baptist church Monday Aug 10 Rev R L Creel will be ably assisted hthe work by Rev Argabrite of George townStrayed from my home last week two red male shoats weight about 75 pounds Any information leading to their recovery will be thankfully receiv ed E McCormack Rufus Taylor shot and killed Harlan Carman near Walltown Casey county Friday The trouble was the result of family trouble Taylor was arrested and placed in jail at Liberty The president of the Ladles Aid Society of the Christian church desires to thank those friends who so liberally patronized the society and aided it in reducing the indebtedness for church repairsCowan McCormack began shipping their purchase of 1500 Iambs to tho Cincinnati market Monday They will shjp a car of 250 dally until next week They have a fine lot of butcher stuff on hand for sale- Through the efforts of the Commer cial Club steps are being taken toward the establishment here of a poultry and produce buying company Suitable buildings can be secured and tho loca tion can not be surpassed In the State For particulars write to the secretary of tho Commercial Club A Grand Family Medicine II It gives mo pleasure to speak a good word for Electric Bitters writes Mr Frank Conlan of No 436 Houston St New Yorklilts a grand family medicine for dyspepsia and liver complications while for lame back and weak kidneys it cannot bo too highly recommended Electric Bitters regulate the digestive functions purify tho blood and Impart renewed vigor and vitality to the weak and debilitated of both sexes Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug- Store SOc A lovelorn laddie Whose name was Wright Proposed to a lassie The other night She sighed and replied With glad contemp- tId rather be Wright Than President When tho Judges of the Court of Ap peals move Into the new capitol it is likely that they will adopt tho uniform of black gowns to be worn on tho bench They are now considering tho adoption of this uniform An inquiry has been sent to the Supreme Court as to their custom of wearing uniforms Frank fort Journal Tho flies willsoon give us no peace the butter will resemble grease The picnic lunch will be the rage wrapped up in some newspaper page Well sit and linger by the shore and eat the hard boiled egg once more One spoon for six some maid will pass with ice cream in a pickle glassSomerset Journal W R Ward of Dyersburg Tenn writes This Is tocertlfy that I havo used Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup for chronic constipation and it has prov- en without a doubt to be a thorough practical remedy for this trouble and It is with pleasure loITer my conscientious reference Pennys Drug Store Tho gIrt of an additional 500000 by John D Rockefeller for the Rockefeller Institute of New York was announced at a meeting of the trustees of tho in stitute The gift makes a total of 4 500000 donated by Mr Rockefeller and will bo used for tho erection of an additional building Beyond the Alps lies Italy But heros the rub Beyond the altar lies ah mel The washlngjtub Harris VicePresident Cashier Cashr Bookkeeper Vacation Shoes Your vacation outfit needs nothing more needs goodlooking shoes Have you gotten yours yet You ron not buy too carefully if you would insure your absolute comfort when away on your trip feet will spoil the best you willsee Dont experiment buy the Crossett the shoe which always makes life walk eaSy Vacation time is reflect ed all along the line of We are showing now cool low cuts on nobby lasts and in choicest leath ers Come in now and select at your leisure the particular pair that suits you best SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc A Smile That Wont Come Off All of ray customers have this smile when they visit my CUT PRICE SALE I must reduce my stock My loss 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 callour 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 youS4 with us willgo as far 85 elsewhere Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5OOOOOO Surplus I 3333000 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER JOHN 0 REID BOOKKEEPER H C CARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEPR DIRECTORS B Owsloy Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford John F Cash TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachersvillo Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek Jfiirst 9lational 4ank Stanford Jfcy 0ryanff 882 Capital Stock SSOOOO Surplus and 7WWflW roils S9 OO- OJffas paid in Diuidonds sinca Organization 211 300tglow jfccounts on Our 97ertts OFFICERS J S Hocker President- S T John McRoberts H C Baughman Asst WWSaunders S than it Aching Scenery Crossetts the is as J Snvita DIRECTORS I f F Reid J H Daughraan M D Elmore J M Pcttus S H Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris James Robinson T P Hill J S Hocker CE Tate THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONEF- OR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER t EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY The Interior Journal L Co WALTON J W FOLEY li a candidate for Aiiauor of Lincoln coun ty tubjeet to tbvnctlon of the democratic party WL MCARTY Ii n candidate for HherllT of Lincoln coun ty subject to the nctlon ot tbe democratic party M S BAUGHMAN Ii n candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of tbe democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR II a candidate for the nomination for Judge of the Lincoln County Court subject action of the democratic party JAMES MKECHNIE II n candidate for magistrate In the Stan lord district subject to the democratic pri mary of June II JOHN J MOSER- Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln subject to tbe action of the Democratic party M BRUCE Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party D C ALLEN Is a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln coun ty subject to the action of the Democratic party DINK FARMER Is a candidate for tbe Democratic nomina tion for jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county HON W H SHANKS who served this county with great credit in the last Legislature is a candidate for Execu tive Committeeman for this district to succeed Mr J Norton Fitch of Jessa mine and his chances for success are most flattering He willgo to the Lex ington convention next week with enough votes to insure his election un less all signs fail and promises go for naught In honoring him as Commit teeman the democracy of this district will honor itself There is no better t man in the district or State than Mr Shanks who is as clean morally as he is politically He will make an ideal Committeeman and will devote all the time and energy to the office that is l necessary Committeeman Shanks toaas next four years His friends all over the Eighth dis trict are urging Judge William E Dow ling of Lawrenceburg to make the- r race for Elector and if he complies with their request this district will have offfcompanionable man a gentleman and a democrat His record in the last Legislature was clean and creditable He was one of the orators of the House an ardent supporter of Gov Beckham for U S Senator and a hard and untiring worker for any and all democratic measures We hope to have the pleasure of voting for Judge Dowling at the November election as this dis tricts Elector THE Senate passed the AldrichVree land currency bill by a vote of 43 to 22 this action being taken after a day de voted to a filibuster against the measure Senators Stone of Missouri and Gore of Oklahoma occupied the time of the Senate after 703 oclock Satur day morning when Mr La Follette retired Mr La Toilette broke the record 1forlong speeches holding the floor con tinuously for 18 hours and 43 minutes Josh C C MAYO the Eastern Ken tucky millionaire says that under no circumstances will he accept the Dem ocratic nomination for Congress in the Tenth district He says his business interests demand too much of his time Friends of the Paintsvillo gentleman say he has his eye on the governorship and that he is waiting for a cnance at that office f storyfrom theQJ lutlons at the Denver Convention The report should be taken with a good supply of salt THERE is a disadvantage in publishing a paper away back in the mountains The Hyden ThousandsSticks is still booming Matthews for Congress al agoThisthat its editor may learn after awhile that the civil war is over AN agreement has been reached by tho members of the State Board off Control of Charitable Institutions by which the Republicans will be given half the patronage Changes will be made on July SENATOR LAFOLLBTTE of Wisconsin spoke for 18hours and 43 minutes at the nations capital last week Down heroin Kentucky it is not length but the quality of a speech that is considered POLITICAL Georgia also went for Bryan The Senate passed what is known as the omnibus territorial bill The meas ure was called up by Mr Beveridge Young man keep out of politics saidJMayor Robert A Smith of St Paul after having held office for fifty years and then had been turned out to grassFive States will hold Democratic Conventions this week to elect national delegates to the Denver Convention Nevada Idaho Louisiana Maryland and Utah T S Allen chairman of the Demo cratic State Central Committee of Ne braska has denied the report that 20 000 was contributed to Mr Bryans campaign fund by Thomas F Ryan The court of appeals upheld tho de cision of the lower court which decid ed that the Bradley Gilbert Company could not collect from the city of Lou isville for work done while a member of the company was a councilman Hon S W Hager of Frankfort was a pleasant caller at this office this morning Mr Hager talks nothing but harmony for the coming State con vention and says that both Beckham and McCreary should be sent to Den ver Advocate Contesting delegations to the Republican National Convention will be given an opportunity to be heard beginning on Friday when the National Commit tee will meet in Chicago to take up the question of contests These will be considered in the alphabetical order of the States and territories beginning with Alabama Examine our list of Presidential can didates and see how few of them made stump speeches George Washington made none Thomas Jefferson made none John Adams John Quincy Adams James Madison James Monroe made none Neither did Andrew Jackson nor Martin Van Buren nor Gen Harrison nor James Buchanan After knocking at the door of Con gress for 53 years for recognition the surviving officers and enlisted men of the Texas Volunteers won their long fight for pensions by the action of the House in passing the Senate bill mak ing provision therefor These men were employed in the defense of tbe frontier of Texas against Mexican marauders and Indian depredations from 1855 to 1860 MATRIMONIAL Miss Stella Weddle and Mit Single ton both popular young people of Som erset will bo married today St Johns ville N Y is offering a haircut a new nectie and a dinner to the first man who is married in the townIra Cook of Somerset obtained license here Saturday to marry Miss Luhada Lee tho pretty daughter of John S Lee of Kingsville The wedding will occur today Miss Gertrude Carroll Howard who taught music at Stanford Female Col lege while Prof Huttbard was in charge was married last week to Louis Law son at Holdenville Okla Miss Sallie Shelton daughter of Mrs Carrie Shelton formerly of Rowland but now residing at Corbin will be married June 10 to Mr Paul Tudor Jones Jr at Corinth Miss where Miss Shelton has made her home for several years Miss Shelton is a fine young woman and we heartily congratulate the gentleman who has won per Health Coffee Is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced This clever Coffee Substitute was recently produced by Dr Shoop Racine Wls Not a grain of real Coffee In It either Dr Shoops Health Coffee is made from pure toasted grains with malt nuts etc Really It would fool an expertwho might drink it for Coffee No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Made in a minute says the doctor Sold by Pennys Drug Store r Jake McDowell the Negro who shot and seriously wounded Smith Childers deputy marshal of Dixon was taken from the jail by a mob at Dixon and later his dead body was found in the road McDowell had been in jailat Henderson but was recently removed to Dixon where his trial was to have been called soon- Wednesday will be observed through out Virginia as a holiday in honor of the centennial of the birth of Jefferson Davis On that day the Davis monument erected in Richmond bytho Jef ferson Davis Monument Association will be formally given to the city At Central City fire destroyed the saloon building stock and fixtures of Albert Anderson the billiard hall of Mary Rabkins and one car of the Illi nois Central railroad The loss is 10 000Adolphe Steinhcil a distinguished painter and his motherinlaw were strangled to death in their home in Paris France The city of Kingston N Y is cele brating its 250th anniversary FOR SALE I Rhode Island Red Pullets and Cockerel from selected pens SI per Wild Mallard Duck Joglc or young Ducks Call and see them Jinn w KDMIHTOX Phone Crab Orchard Ky Central KontuckY Real Estate Exchange 8 TITLE CO No 140 acres on the Wnynesburg pike near HlKhlandBrooin house barn a ml oth propertyIIeXiNoSlluacres South of Crab Or twostoryhouseed about 1H acres of this land Is bottom land and produces flue crops A bargain at- Jlan H cash balance In one and two years No 3113 acres on Jluck Creek near Way ncilmrg room house barn and other out bullcllnus plenty of water Cash price JJ o1tSaeres near Level Green Hock castle county Ky This form has n new r story frame house would cost to build now RUX good tarn crib Ac located near church and school This It a nlco home and can bn taught for 140 per acre S cash re mainder in II months No61s acres the above farms Ittl acme In cultivation Dwelling oft roomlgood tarn and other outbUlltllnlUllllCol or chard One of the ty Price ViOU half cash balance und 1 ISL acres adjoining tarn Nos nnd S IMacras In cultivation balance In timber Ooexl white oak hickory anti soma line cedar lies r story log huse and good orcli aid t well watered dash price satu No78SOacre near MnreUburg KytlM acres In cultivation good dwelling house tarn and necessary outbuildings line water and school churcn anti It It station Irlce tWO H nub balance In dno and two year- sNot16tacres on Drakes Creek a miles fmiuCrnbOrcMrtl This fftrm the tike and Is n part of the Ito Evans farm This Is one land and In good condition all necessary buildings This la n bargain at- tlOper acre No UVTH acres near Stanford Ky In nice shape with necessary bulldInetc can be bought worth thomoney No 8S1I acres near Conwny Kyi nearly all of this fern Is bottom land flue for corn and meadow very good dwclllnr liourenew barn and other buildings on county road 8 miles from Ilvrea College Cash price Po for full particulars In regard to all the above farms MII or write n Hughes or James I White Hlanftinl Ky To The Members of the Burley Tobacco Society The Executive Board of the Burley Tobacco Society recommends that no member of the Society shall sell his warehouse receipts or transfer his tobacco to anyone 1st Because our tobacco is selling rapidly we have to this date sold at market prices 24000 hogsheads out of the 52000 hhds 2nd Because we have little tobacco left of grades below 16 to 30 cents 3rd Because the 1907 crop will grade much higher than 1906 4th Because the 1908 crop has been elim inated beyond our highest expectation This advice is given to protect those who may not be informed Executive Board of the Burley Tobacco So ciety CLARENCE LEBUS President COL M1LCLARK SONS =BIG COMB- INEDSHOW ENLARGED AND RECONSTRUCTED FOR THE PRESENT SEASON A SHOW OF FEATURES Presenting an unique novel and intensely Entertain ment Positively tie Grandest consolidation ever exhibitedI containing an assemblage of Earths most STARTLING PRESENTATIONSI- T IS HIGH CLASS AND STRICTLY MORAL Thousands who have witnessed performances were elated The best evidence of Merit is success far and wide it is the best Show of its kind ever placed before the public HERD OF MONSTER ELEPHANTSA- ND CAMELS DENS OF WILD AND FEROCIOUS BEASTSI BIRDS AND REPTILES FROM EVERY CLIME Dont Fail to SeeThe Baby Elephant Baby Lions A brilliant and unparalelled COLOSSAL SHOW comprising a Troupe of Autocratic Champions whose supremacy- as artists no one will dispute ARTISTIC ACTS AND EXPLOITS Introduced by the best troupe of lady and gentlemen Acrobats Gymnasts Equilibrists Leapers Jumpers Tumblers Jugglers Clowns and Highwire performers in the profession A COMMON SENSE SHOW Performance every Afternoon and Evening Door open sad 7 P MI Performance 2 and B P M Will Exhibit at Hustonville June 6 Stanford June 8 Crab Orchard June 9 r Visitors andj Iv- I TravelersI We call your attention to our stock of Hand Bags Suit Cases And Trunks You cant travel without them You must have them and ours are the ones to buy These hand bags are light durable and hand some in imitation leather genuine leather 1250ISull cases Always on 1110111NA j In various grades from 350 to 15 Our trunk stock is always good and full I from a very cheap one to and extra nice 40inchJ ladies trunks H J McHOBBRTS 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 ofy U- sa PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky I Claims Notes And Accounts I Notes and accounts accepted for collection anywhere in the United StatesIClaims of all kinds carefully looked after in all parts of the country Real Estate of all kinds sold and exchang ed Correspondence solicited sr r Somerset Real Estate Agency c f Somerset Ky u nr rit The Interior Journal STANFORD KY JUNK 2 1908 ICED Cedar Flakes are made from tho I wood of genuine red cedar and are a pure protection against moths IDc a package Pennyi drug store PERSONALS Mn II D PHILLIPS was In Lexing ton last week LexIInRtonMiss ANNA DAVIS McRoDERTS Lancaster relatives MRS J S OWSLEY is visiting her parents at Franklin DR C M THOMPSON of KIngsville was hero yesterday Mn C B OWENS of Somerset was tho guest of relatives here t ZION HARVEY HELM arrived from Washington City Saturday IIIwithMRS J I WHITE and son lIobart visited Mt Vernon relatives Miss OLUE PHILLIPS of Liberty is with Miss Gertrudo Wilkinson Miss MARIK MAHONY visited tho Misses Collier at Crab Orchard Miss MARGARET DOWNER left Sat urday to visit her uncle in Covln ton MISSES BESSIB AND WILLIE WILKINSON aro with Crab Orchard relatives MESSRS J E FARRIS and George C Keller of Danville wero hero Friday Mn JOHN B COFFEY and wife of Columbia aro visiting Hustonvlllo friends MRS B D CARTER spent a portion of last week with relatives at Mitch elliburg MR AND MRS J C IIAYS leave this week for Eureka Springs Ark for tho Summer 110 CRUTGUFIELD and family of Berca visited relatives in tho McKIn fjcy section Mn SAN KABII of Corbin was hero Saturday on legal business lie is State revenue agent MRS WILL RUE of Hustonvillc spent several days with her mother Mrs Jessie Stagg t V Miss KATIE CASS who has been with her sister Mrs L B Hilton returned to Brodhead Friday MR H P COMIIEST of Casey went up to Corbin Saturday to help nominate Congressman Edwards REV P J Ross and little daughter Theresa of Burgin are guests of Mr and Mrs W 0 Walker MR TYLER WATTS of Louisville was hero Saturday and Sunday tho guest of the Misses Paxton Miss ALIce ALCORN returned Sat t urday from Cavo Spring Ga where she taught the present year daslwithHON J N SAUNDKRS has moved his office to tho Odd Fellows building over Cummins Wearcns Store 1Mn M G ALDRIDGE of Lancaster passed up to Brodhead Sunday to visit Mr and Mrs J Thomas Cherry MRS LOGAN WOOD arrived Wednes day from Danville to visit her sister Mrs Joe Claunch Somerset Journal isDIG AND MRS W B OBANNON were at Oxford Ohio last week to seo Miss Roberta OBannon who is in school there MR A T NUNN LLEV who has been with tho homcfolks hero for a month or ro loft Sunday to again travel in Texas MR R D PADGETT of Wnyncsburg is at Sims Olympian springs taking tho baths and drinking tho health giving waters 1Oun old republican friend Mr John of McKinney called yester day and paid for his paper to Novem ber 1009 MRS R R HOURIGAN daughter and son of Marlon county came up Friday f to visit her parents Mr and Mrs H C Ruploy MRS R L CHRISM AN and children of I Moreland are tho guest other parents Mr and Mrs Mike Coatello Wayne County Outlook MR H C LONG the gentlemanly advance agent of M L Clark Sons circus was hero Saturday and left the big ad which appears elsewhere Miss GEORGIA LEWIS and Ophelia Lackey of Crab Orchard spent a few I days with friends here Miss Annie Lewis Gentry returned with them for a brief visit- RODERT PORTER CROW who is at tending Kentucky Military Institute and Miss Lucille Juno Crow of Potter College aro at their homo In tho Shelby City for vacation hasIher twoy accompanied by granddaughters Alice and Margare- tMotcallPlnovlllo Sun LOCALS WEDDING presents at W II Muel lers SEE tho D E Lawn Mower boforo s you buy Georgo H Farris WOOLJ D Eadshasbought47OOO 0 pounds of wool at 16 to 196c ITnEVI FREEMAN of Somerset preach at Logans Creek church Saturday night and Sunday FOUND pocket book Call at post office NECKWEAR and hosiery Cummins W careD PANAMA and straw hats Cummins Wcaren CALL on T D Newland for German millet seed- BINDER Twine and Harvester oil at W II Higgins t DEBT recleaned German millet seed at llGO per bushel E T Pence FRESH carload of Wall Plaster and Portland Cement just In J M Phillips JUST RECEIVED line of Ladies Tan Oxfords Call and see them Cum mine Wearen PURE SC Brown horn eggs for sale Write or phone Mrs Robert L Berry Hustonvillo Ky Two circuses In less than 10 days Is the record in Stanford And poor Dan ville hasnt had but one in months Cmcu8M L Clark Sons great circus will stretch its tent here Monday next court day Sea advertisement MRS 1KB PiilLLirs has our thank- far some of her new Irish potatoes which aro the largest home grown wo have seen this year BLOODHOUNDS Fon SALT Sevora bloodhounds trained and ready for service for solo Write to or call on Miss Nannie Brown Hustonville TilE committeemet Saturday and declared Judge J S Owsley and Squire James McKcchnle the democrat ic nominees for county judge and mag tstratorcspectivcy FOR SALEMy splendidly Improved farm of 180 acres One of the best farms in the county On Hustonvlllo pike three miles from Stanford Call on or phono me A J Rice Stanford Ky DAVR EDWARDS who claims to be a native of Casey county was given a death sentence at Chattanooga for kill ing J W Davis a contractor He claims to havo killed a number of men in his time OVER A HUNDRED Mrs Nancy Itat cliff who resides on Green river H miles front McKinney is over 100 years old and still gets around pretty well Mr J A Givens knows her and vouches for her ago WEcan send you the Courier Journal or Louisville Times from now until Dec for 125 This offer is good only for INTERIOR JOURNAL subscribers and money must always bo accompan led by tho order I WILL soil at dins stable in Stanford on noxt county court day June 8 at 130 oclock a carload of fresh highgrade Jersey cows It will bo a splendid opportunity to get first class milkers C T Bohon Lebanon Ky OUR white population with the ex ception of the bankers and postmasters took no notice of Decoration day but the colored brothers and sisters as usu al paraded the streets and decorated tho graves of their departed in Buffa lo cemetery EXCHIEF OF POLICE R G JONES is now n fullfledged merchant He bought tho stock of groceries of Thomas C Ball on depot street and asks a pore tion of tho public patronage promising good goods as cheap as you can buy them elsewhere MR J E DUCK has bought Mr DJ Smiths store at Gilberts Creek but will not get possession before Sept un less Mr Smith finds a farm to suit him before that date Gilberts Creek is a good stand and wo hopo Mr Buck will coin monoy there liON HARVEY I1E1M of Stanford ono of tho distinguished con re8llonl bachelors expects to leave in a fe days for a trip to Panama He will be accompanied by his secretary Mr Georgo L Willis of Shclbyville Washington Cor Couricr Journal MR W L MCCARTY will leave to day for Pierre South Dakota to see his son Ed McCarty who has located thero and who is doing nicely Tho younger McCarty wants to make some improvements on his ranch and tho father goes to advise with him Ho will bo absent threo or four weeks MR W T SMITH deals in Olym plan Springs water and sells lots of it at 75c per dozen bottles tolls us that there are 12 or 15 guests at Olympian Springs and that Mine Host Sims Is treating them like lords P Wood Green formerly of Stanford Is in tho crowd Mr Sims has made vast im provements since last season A LEXINGTON dispatch says Horace W Bowman secretary and treasurer of tho Bluegrass Tobacco Co of this city returned yeaterday from Alberta Canada where he and his relative A Smith Bowman have purchased several thousand acres of land and will engage extensively in tho live stock business While Mr Bowman will spend the summer in Alberta he will not sever his connection with tho Bluegrass Tobacco Company t SHIRTS and underwear Cummins Wcaren I WANT to rent for 1009 a 200 or 300 aero farm Want most of tho land in grass John Lutes Stanford r LOST at the county meeting Saturday week a ladies gold watch with silk fob Leave at this office and get reward SUMMER came in yesterday with de lightful weather which however had moro of the appearance of Fall than tho hot season of tho year CHOICE GOODS Babghmans fine jack a picture of which appeared last issue was taken sick a few days ago and has slnco been in bad shape JONES circus showed to a fair crowd hero Saturday The aggregation was a rather small ono but tho performance given was creditable and interesting Tho show was by far better than tho street parade indicated ZION W JI SHANKS of Stanford candidate for Democratic Executive Committeeman for tho Eighth District was hero between trains Wednesday All democrats whom we have heard express themselves aro for Lincolns candidate a man and good SignalsMESSRS EDWARD COOPER and Eph D Pennln ton havo formed a partnership and will do a general insurance business They have opened an office In the Odd Fellows building and Invite those who contemplate taking out either fire or lifo insurance to call and see them They aro both clever young men and deserve to do a good business Punuc SALE Tho amusement nov thqRussellpublic auction on Saturday June 13 on the grounds Any and all bids received through the mail will be held strictly confidential until sale is on We are I promised with tho best fair ever known andI7son Claude Hester who were on trial for striking and cursing M Green Murphy when wo went to press last wero fined iS each Court then ad journed until yesterday when the day was taken up with a few cases of minor perIsons that body is doing good wor- kPcncnMr Adam M Pence one of Lincoln countys most substantial farmers died suddenly of apoplexy at his home on tho Somerset pike about 8 oclock Friday night Ho had not been feeling well for some time but was In town tho morning before death claimed him and had done a hard days work on the day before He was 67 years old and is survived by his wife who was a daughter of the late George Vaughan and ono daughter Mrs W 0 Walker Ho had long been a member of the Methodist church and was n consistent Christian gentleman Mr Pence was a successful farmer and for a number of years was a breeder of fine horses lie quit tho horse business some 10 years ago and had since devoted his entire at tention to farming Deceased was a warmhearted clever man and was well liked by all The funeral was preached by Dr W F Vaughan of Somerset at the home of his son In law Mr W 0 Walker at 10 oclock Sunday morn ing after which all that was mortal of the good citizen kind husband and in Durlfalogentlemen all nephews of the deceased wero the active pall bearers Messrs Jesso C Lynn John G Lynn A R Matheny W M Matheny E T Pence Jr II L Penco FEARFUL IThelarge rattle snake captured after a daring fight by Messrs Bledsoe Bailey and Ben Wear en caused tho death of a man named Charles Conn in Louisville Saturday thewreptile to James r Menefoe who has a cigar store on Fourth Street in Louis ville and it attracted so much atten tion in his show window that tho side walk and a considerable portion of tho street became blockaded by tho curious Tiring of the confusion Mr Menefeo gave the snake to another cigar dealer named Reis Conn called at Rcis store and claiming to bo a snako charmer began handling tho rattler Ho was cautioned to let it alone and after a few seconds he returned it to its box A short while later Conn began handling It again when it bit him on tho hand Ho threw tho rattler from him and it fell on tho shoulders of a bystander and then seeing what he had done Conn went to tho mans rescue and pulled tho snake from him and was bitten twice more He attempted to kill the poison ous thing but fell in a swoon before ho succeeded A pint of whisky was pour ed down Conn physicians were sum moned and they worked with him man fully but to no avail and after suffering agonies for some 15 hours relief came in death It was a foolish thing Conn did but ho paid dearly for it and his fearful example should bo a warning to those who think they can charm or rather hypnotize the venomous things Conn was from Lexington and was sell Ing law books when the untimely end came J D EADStiad a valuable steer killed by lightning Friday night ITS fly time Get Hoppers prices on window screens and screen doors be fore you buy GET the best sprinkling hose in town at Aldridges plumbing shop when it stops rainingtFred L Woods an 18 year old aero naut who was giving an exhibition in hillside Park near Passaic N Y fell 2000 feet from his balloon Into Passaic River and was drow- nedAdorinas Fox It a bamliomii large young Jersey lull descended from n lonu and line of the inoit noted bulls and cow on the In lund of Jernjr n und America Ills Irp II ono of tbe hest bull ever Imported und Llsdam lo a show cow that lm given 63 helievecome Anmtor and have a strictly good cow you should avail yourself of his ervlep lie will he allowed to serve n limited nuinlxr of approved registered rows out tldn of our own herd this yenr for n fee of fitnull Makff engagement before sending tOTTlilhTelephonenye extra bull calves hull will be told nt right price Dorsey Golddust 12052 byZIIlIdlGolden bllf trnrlnx back to Justin Morgan on both sides making him un In tenielr Inbred Morgan tnlllODHv It n dork lacy lo hand nnd eight lau Pounds Asa brtwder he hat few equnli n provennnil uni form breeder of nlghclnm show and rood horned combining nil the iualltlet for hnr priceslennd tyerohllonIY farm broken my own mlllnit 1I11e lold In the t year for on average of ftSB IKirtey Uolddutt will make the present season ut my farm hear Stanford lit tso to InMire a living colt Aim n In rue and line young Jack n grandson of Tom Kevnennd Joe Illaokburn at I to Iniurttn living colt Mare kept nt loc per day Goal attention hut no retponil blllt for accident or escapes r IIE1D Danville Ky Antecarlo 226 12 Made over Vor nilles track In winning rice hired by Anteu tIG H that told for AUU nt public Mile lit dam Nary Ann by Hnll torniM ton of Mnmhrlnolntchen Theetwo The Ablest r lotchampion trotting gelding of the world 2nd dam by Independence ton of Andrew Jack nun Independence dam by American Htar The American Htar nnd Andrew Jackium bhxxiireopooslOleforOresce iO44thech- nmpion stalilon of the world Antecarlo s two top crosses are reo spansible for the fimtetl gelding two next erbsrs are reepoiuiItlkd for the faster alai lion Then you tee he It letter bred than either of them for he has the blood of both Antecarlo It it tolld brown hor i hands- high weighing 1I7 pounds line ttyle und suction Will stand nt Sill to Insure mare colts nnd ll to inure hon coltt BUCK VARNON HlnckJnclc with white points 8 years old 16JJ hand high Fine brcctlernnd great In dividual A Jack of line bone Un action llvingcoltIJearetaiheti0ncolts lips traded or bred to other horn forfeit Inturance and make season money due All will stand at my tarot on Ottenhelm pike Smile from Htanfortl Mares grazed lit ti per month Care taken to prevent nc cldentt but not re ion lblii8liouUl nnd oc cur 1MHIIUN A SMITH Htnnford Ky POSTED atrtctlyforbidpassing on our places und will pro cuto olator to tw full extent of the Inw IenplctMrtTinslcyHpoonnmoroIM K Lawrence Reuben UurU JH Hooker J M IVttui T A Ripe Morgan Ltinpiwll Atnandt hobneffer Ureen Kerrlll J ItsityIrsPeter lliilmer Mil Katherine Ador 1oIe8rIi 1uxton Ashley A Ollunnon James N Cash J Nevin Carter UMHack Joseph IlnlloU M II Lytle Mrs Jan Ibilnex CnnllntrIraTbompsonThomns4rrlll imvldHorton J II Hunch M IllchanUon v Joseph rust Mitt Mattle Hewot Uelcbtinliacb Bros Fred VnnQniengnn It K Gaines TrllylorJllburllFred Haumaon Hlcbard heater OwlevDunn NunhellcywWItaugbmgnJ11bruce W D Oooch W H Illgney llnoryOlhonJohnJobnUnmenlicu win Cordier nnTrylor M V K more Mn N O BTnte David Stevent John Jufer It O Durham Wn Itout lotllb Click Kred Unudorf Adeline Craig Ohrlitinn Jncob JThompnon M Andemon J K Moser Mr and Mn Jat H Kodt A Klbntn Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Flat Natlonnl IInllk of Htnuford Ky vs Joe 3 Knrrli Ktc Notice of Hale Pursuant to a judgment of the Lincoln circuit court rendered in the above styled action on Oct 11K91 the underilgned com mlulonvr will on- MONDAY JUNp S IWK between and r In front of tho courthouse door In Htnnford Ky tell at public outcry to the highest anti lest bidder the real estate hereinafter described The tdm to be realized from thlt tale li Vifivi with 0 per cent per annum Interest thereon from Sept paid and the costs of this actlouIfhx Judgment was rendered In fRorof the National Hank of Stanford Ky by which It was on Dec IM transferred to N M Buchanan at whose Instance this tale It to be made countyKyeludes the steam mill It It hounded at fol lows Beginning in the center of the street or road thence H78K 15 iales links to a gate post thence N 74 K 13 poles link to tho garden fence thence NiK K it poles ya pink to n stake thence 8 K M poles crossing the ranch thence 88 W IS links to M Handldge IInoJblnce hitllueSewEelpoles AI6r thence hill line NIK 4654 poles to corner offence thencH N M K a tonepoletothence 2 K poles la a stone thence N 87 W 33 ales III link to center of rondo thence 8 W XI poles a pinks to tho beginning containing acrei 2 rood anti ffpoletol land The sale will be made on n credit of six and months and tho purchaser will bo to gIve bond for prIce with approved security payable to the com mutloner and bearing 0 per cent Interest palll1I1I1Jondmeat and to be further secured by allen on the land told One half of the purchase tobeof the periods of time nforetnld CEO B SAUFLEY M 01 C C JH OURGRftft II l i We believe in the goods we sell ands in our ability to get results if we put forth our fin est effort We believe that honest goodscan be sold to honest men by honest methods We believe in working not waiting in laugh ing not weeping in boosting not knocking and that there is a pleasure in selling honestIgoods We believe that a man gets what heegoes after that doing a thing today is better than doing it tomorrow and no man is down and out until he has lost faith in himself We believe in today and the work we are doing in tomorrow and what we hope to do and the sure reward the future holds We believe in courtesy in kindness in generosity in good cheer in friendship and honest compe tition We believe there is business for us all if we will lay hold on opportunity Test our business methods by favoring us with your patronage We are ready and willing to serve you Y SEVERANCE SON a n Wh South East Corner Main Depot StsV I STANFORD KY J TCOST r Beginning Monday June 1 and continuing until Monday June 15 we will sell any article in our store at COST This proposition is strictly for cash If you want greater bargains than you ever had before cometo see us and we will convince you that thisc is the opportunity of your life j TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY rI R Brown Riding and walking cul tivators W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky i rThe Interior Journal jSnteredin the fottOfiee Stanfordst- teendcleut s matter spar to axT TUBOD TO AND FIUDlS AT J00 PER YEAR CASH mea not 10 paid 100 will be charged B D CARTERj New Livery Depot Street Phone 96v STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I nvlotlonVor the arrest any person trepaliing upon my farm day or night or doing Injury to stock In traveling the pub Ito injury to stock from tbe land of over people Thts reward refers to l ait present and I also offer n spec ial reword of for particular ee me I nlio offer two special rewards of 130 and 1eechJOOarpenter McKINNEY MAI ILEIGNANIT WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Denier In manufacturer of Granite and Marble Monument Flat Olass Work at Reasonable Trice Once and Works McXlnney Ky Hhop closed on Saturday A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Oweley Building Sign Writing Draper nnd House Painting Paper Hanger G MEDAIRY Interior Frisci Decorator Graining Kte McKINNEY K- YINSURANCE Fire Idgfatntng WlndBIorlllLife and Accident None and HUT Represented Lowest Poi Bible Rate Guaranteed Loss Paying neo erd Unequalled Talk with HAHQNY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 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 InsutnncecompnnlesbnvecnnceIIdti others hove ceased writing at n time the farmer need them the most A Friend In need U a Friend Indeed The Home In inrnnce Company of N Y the largest and mot popular Fire Insurance Company hut always and Is now writing tobacco barns und all classes of farm property They have not cancelled a single Policy even In coun ties where the tobacco tronbln b en the worst For Insurance on nil clusiei of farm property Address or Phone Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone36eSTANFORD KYI JLBeazleyCo rUndertaKea and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur tniture MattingaRuga They will exchange Furniture fort t aU Kinds of Stock Give a Call Prices Right ItThemtjSTANFORD KENTUCKY t ZL J C McClary i Undortakor Embalmorland l Dealer In Harness Saddlory s e STANFORD KY Qm eePdonejOfeIfontOPhoteaS f 1 h FARMERS DEPARTMENT J L Hollzclaw got ISO pounds of wool from 27 sheep The worm wooing considerable e damage In Woodfori county The great racer Colin won the Bel mont atake In New York Saturday For Sale150 barrels No 1 white corn S B Buchanan Crab Orch ardeForty stock ewes one and two year old for sale John J Elliott McKinney John J Elliott sold his lambs to David C Allen for June 15 delivery at 6c W J Lewis 206 changed hands a Reading Pa at 1X and Jay Kay 2161 at 775 FOR SALE75 cows and heifers fresh milkers C T Bohon Son Lebanon Ky Brown Y Rhorer bought 20 barrels of old corn from G M Gibson at 375 Jessamine Journal Purses amounting in all to 55000 will be offered at the coming State Fair for at least two trotting races daily forEat per once L C Dunn Hustonville Ky The American Tobacco Co was fined 500 in the Shelby circuit court for violation of the State antitrust law R H Crow sold to T F Stratton ofI McMinnville Tenn two threeyear olds one by Kentucky Artist and the other by Chestnut Squirrel for a fancy priceShoten the fine stallion belonging to Hamilton Daniels died last week of pneumonia This is a heavy loss as ho was valued at 1000 Lancaster Record FOR SALEOne Duroc boar a good one and subject to register Also 20 yearling steers 20 threeyearold steers and some dry cows and heifers M J Hoffman Moreland Ky Joe Jordan the Atlanta horse buyer was here Friday He told told an I J man that he had shipped over 43000 horses from Danville and that he bought most of them in Lincoln county Three tobacco beds on Judge Roachs Salt river farm were destroyed Monday night Wm Best the tenant on the place had out enough plants to raise 10 acres of tobacco and not a one was left Harrodsburg Herald- A dispatch from Henderson says Two thousand hogsheads of the stem ming District Association tobacco have been sold In Liverpool at 13c per pound by General Manager William El liott The sale involves 2400000 pounds and will bring 312000 to the farmers countiesjThisI If one feels dull and spiritless in theI Spring or early Summer they call It Spring Fever But there Is no feverusually It Is the after effect of our Winter habits The nerves nre mostly at fault Tired worn out nerves leave us languid lifeless and without spirit or ambition A few doses of Dr Shoops Restorative will absolutely and quickly change all of these depressing symptoms The fleaf torative of course wont bring you back to full health in a day or two but It will do enough In 48 hours to satisfy you that the remedy is reach Ing that tired spot Druggists everywhere are advising its use as aIsplendid and prompt general It glvesimore vim and more spirit to the spoonful than any other known nerve or constitutional tonic It sharpens a failing appetite aids digestion frees sluggish livers andI kidneys and brings new life strength and ambition Test it a few days and be convinced Pennys Drug Storen If there be any truth In an oft quoted saw Opportunity knocksfOnce at every mans door But woman is favored At her door it appears Opportunity knocks Once in every four years Will Cure Consumption A A Herren Finch Ark writes Foleys Honey and Tar Is the best preparation for coughs colds and lung trouble I know that it hasI cured consumption inthe first You never heard of any one using Foleys Honey and Tar and not being satisfied Pennys Drug Store A small theater in Kansas has dodged in a choice way the trouble of asking women to remove their hats during a performance Its prpgrammo says that any old women in the audience who are afraidof catching cold need not remove their hats Magistrate sternlyDldntI tell you thelast time you were here I never wanted you to come before me again 1 Prisoner Yes sir but I couldnt make the policeman believe it Declaring that John Mara had committed an outrage and assault on her six year old daughter Mrs Teresa Phillips shot and instantly killed Mara in Brooklyn Three of my girls are in love Whatare you going to do aboutit Order a longer diningroom table guess To Mop any pain anywhere In 20 minutes simply take just one ofDrPain Shoops Pink Pain Tablets means congestion blood pressur- that Is all Dr Shoop Headache or Pink Pain Tabletswill quickly coax blood pressure away from poi centers After that pain Is gone Headache Neuralgia painful periods with women etc pest Instant help 20 Tablets 25c Sold by Pennys Dru Store Tho narrowest buildings the world three stories high on a plot 20 inches wide has been constructed on Centre street Reno Nov by H C Gordon a groundtfrom a bank He sleeps on the top floor has his narrow bench on the second and his show window and en trance on the first If you will make Inquiry It will be a revelation to you how many succumb to kidney or bladder troubles In one form or another If the patient Is mot beyond medical old Foleys Kidney Cure will cure It never disappoints Pennys DrUg Store Sugar will preserve meat nearly as wellas salt because lit can absorb all the moisture in i- tGoats for Sale I have for sate a nice pair of goats and harness to lit them work well either gootWillURIAH DUNN HAMmiKiK Huitonvllle Kjr Small Farm For Sale I Hltuated on Somerset pike four miles from Htfinford Contains acres Uood residence nnd abundant outhoUM In Rood repair For further particular call at this office ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE a All person having claims against II O Bright will present them proven to It H Uriah t Turnersville Ky at once Iraoll oWlllg mad estate como forward nnd settle ntoncy JT IIKIOIIT Adult 110 Bright Deceased NOTICE J All person who been and are now trelpuln on the public roads of Lin coIn county Ky by obstructing the highway In any mautler are hereby notified to remove lament once or they will bo prose cured to the fullest extent of the law This April 24ItsPI H K MASONS MEET meetInthird Monday night of ench month al 7au oclock In their billion Maui street Htnn fond Ky Members of sister lodges urt frn PeonyWMT RheumatismI Intfam Not a remecJ7 that waltrslthtent4ed- tsWrted limbs of chronic crtpples nor turn hang rroW to fleb Simla That U Impoolble I no anrell kill Ibe ptJns sad pangs of thld plor disease 1th a Cbetnlrt In the Qty DarmstadtI found the last ingrdlent with Which Dr Snoop Kbeuin uo Remedy was made- a perfected dependable precrlptlon Without that last Ingredient lacctufully many tnuT cue of Rbenmatitm but now at Ult Utml rorml y cures all curable caleS of this Oeretoton much dreaded disease Those undUxe granular waste found In Rheumatic Blood seem todissolve and pus away under the action of ails remedy lie freely udose ndisalVedt added to pun wterIthen these poisonous pu from the poem and the of Rheumatism II cone loreTM There li now no real nned no actual excuse to suffer looter without help We sell and In cenfldcnco reoniniTxnd Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy PENNYS DRUG STORE Lincoln Squirrel Red bay yean oldUlnek pontl hand tnllrgood f sot In high mounted shoulder a combined fired horse but I use him only In harness n more perfect harness hone I have ever leen tep eryfast with extreme high action all Around and I think him to bo one of this bet stallions In the Hullo to breed to to get good highclass wnik trot md buaness hone that will hrlllg you ancy Prices Ho lies some yrnrllng and twoyear old cols that I Invite breeder to saes lElllnnErIII1loln Hqulrrel was sired by t IiqulrrelISNdnmbyOnenMountain rat Lincoln Hqulrreli 1st dam Kilt Messenger by Mfftienger Breeze full brother to Maude Mosinnger record 2ia2nd dam Maria Depnuwby Mnmbrlno Htnr llghtn full brother to Ijidy Thorn Yri and dum Mollle Crow by Helm Yorkshire Hluck sire li the sire of more noledhlgMulaee uddlo horse than Hhclllunllanti ninny others Will tank the neniton of lUWnt salt barn In Htnnford nt IIWW tonsure n llvlngcolt Money duu when colt U fouled or mare parted with Happy BrummeL lldllorrel1I while feet Mar nml snip full UJ hands high l Years old and finest young saddle itnlllon that I ever owned Hired by Happy llenu he by Beau brain reel Istdnm Kiinnlo Almont Almiint Jr 2nd dart by Hllver Denmark In dum by nn 10 fth inns by nnt he by Vurrlck hn by Unrlwnu W This horse will lie permitted to serve only n few mure and will then bo prepared to defentnllchumploiiK Hervlco to Insure n living colt Red Light lied sorrel horse 1yearsoldIBhnudshigh- extra weight stud ne IcedLentto need description mud Ildlfrllho hy F Ulup 218 ht dnlll by Red Light lit dnai wits buy Sfabl hr1ollllln2lu ton of the Grent GumU ttn NOOllllllYh BibdentIlrolllMllgyoungwith speed nnd action 1I0rllWillIw permitted to serve UI good mure ut liu Maurq a living colt money due when colt U foaled or mnro ported with Ho will phu bw put In training and given n record II youmoreJAMES UIIBAZrKYBlanford Ky Choice GoodsF- oaled January loot black with white andealai by IkIknnp he by Imported Btllkllal importedIre nntake ring at the Htato fair at Naihvllle and hl litany more blue lest hls credit Hoe Choice you breed lie wll1octibeforeerve Marvn at to In sure living colts InsuregWill alto stand tho magnificent draft ital lion at to insure a colt M11A1OIIMANHtnnford- KyBeau Naboth 45006- By Naboth 1O116 byNonDIIHila J by Metropolitan WW by llambleton tau dam Josephine by Mambrlua MaryWithersbjr Wagner Bill dam Trnnby Ttb dltnauylTohotlitlln ndwme bn itnndlng 1534 hands of great sty Ic nnd action nml hni proved hl ability to Impart his qUIIIIUI to his colts Will stand nt tho barn of Felix While IK miles south of Htnnfonl near Homeriel pike at 115 to Inure a living colt Mare from dlitnnco grazed nt ISM Money duo when mare is traded or parted with or bred elsewhere Tho bPI personal cue tnken though no roaponolhllitrfor ac cident or escapes Htnnford Ky ALMONT DARE llteglstered In AM II n1 Sired by Dignity Dnre Iftt A HII It hiquimlIlnnit7 IambrlnobhlIthurl by Uourbon Chief Inl data Matle H by Foreign Light by Foreigner by Import 1ullnlnlhamlloPltCrllusiard NOTE Almont pare nl we are able to discover is the not horse on record hay ing to hi credit the honor of defeating with his own progeny those of its great sirs Dig ally Dnre doing so last year every time coming In contact with them A an hull vidual this n very attractive horse standing IS hands with great style A beautiful tiny with manner unpnrulelled even by n filly A remarkable show horse lit homes Under saddle Hbowsa distinct Middle gaits all very fast nnd pleasant with speed of n minute clip In harness One cannot conceive of n finer bred horse tracing si tines to Imported horses on his dams side HlmelImptimes Impuiehco times 1m Ilansor FllmnaplilacklnttTravelerond artunltytobreedtooneofAnaerlcalybest Will also stand two good mule lacks at feach Will make the season of iww at my place mile from Ilustonvllleonltuiton vllle fluid ltlierty turnpike tires furnished In abundance at ti per month Not rvtpon ilble for Occident KH lOWKIL HOB Hustonvllle Ky Chester S Tbl ion of Shelter flare will make the nrewnt semou nt my barn I mule from MoKinnur tin McKlnnuy nnd Sliddleburg nt flu to Insurer llvlnir colt UKUCKIPTION AND FKIIKIUKK He a black with slur In with all this style and llnthehmmeterlstio of the OIlIer Diire family n good acting horse anti a proven breeder See him before klni your mare If youure looking for a good breeder nt price Hired by Uhei byhippyChester Peavine 3184 A itIIItIn offering the nervtce of this young stal lion to the not hesitate to say be is tile lest bred Middle Mnlllon tint will Iw otleretl for service In this county this year mill bre llng will how Hired by Rex IVnvlne he by Hex MoDonnld tfU 1st damSilas Madison 4W4 ib by OhenterDnni had dam by IVavlne HI more extended 1111 gret will In furnl bed on nppllcntlon Tile itnlllon hn the test of tile saddle h11alnl1to Htonewnll Jackson onct to Pity Akin 775 With the style and finish of Ohtxter nfl the stnmpa Rill nctlon of IVnvlne how can he bard wrong Ills sirs Ilex len vine produced three Ihamllolllhllwlnl1111lastyeiirtn Edna May hay and breed to ldoiif you wnnt the Ust will nerve n limited number of mores nt tS5 to Insure n living colt At the mine time anti puce will stand three us Rood mule Jacks a cull lie found In the country nt the low price of tH to Insure n living colt- Money due with nil tint above ndvertlsrd stock wIllll colt Is foaled or whet mnre leaves hands of owner nt time of service or bred bother tock All cure tnken to pro vent nccldent hut not responsible should any occur prlclH Ky ASHLAND BROOK No1lT I Vol A T II ILj bred by Eugene Iluck er Ashland book Will oaled lAxtsolittbay wllh left hind foot white stand lb hands high 1xuinnrK hired by Hllent brook No tYiou record t the sire or 3lnrgnre- tbathgmitt211yiIkttielirookt1217s4 d JklIhrookIIIT Jennie ill SIi54 Klllot Htone 2lsy iJidy Hrook 2a and Itunnlng Hrook 230 Hllent Hrook by DarknlglilNo StiH the sire of Hiirch light Valium 20934 DarknigldstrurlhAlcyone No aM rcconl 227 Ashland brooks Istdnm Ilumi Wren by Ashland Vllke 2Sil record 21744- he sire of John It Gentry 2H Holly To Ashland Wllkoll sled by Htil Syllkeatilt ho by George Wllkei second dnm tildeLilly by 1retender nil Hnl den Jim Slonrtakkk- NITEl5binndBrook II u hiindiome low with lots of substance has n bold way of going with lots of speed style and action lib first crop of colts twine lint sprint and they were nil one could oxpectthey nil bear big good color with ollizu and lots of style and finish Ashlnnd brook will mnkethepreientienionnt 111 to Insure n living colt Win nlso stand the great mule and Jennet jnck lKlelie nt llO lor mores mid rW for nlletlJ to Insure n living colt Hilly bttlHtTrine tlm sire of Joe Hlnckburn nnd nollii Hilly Keene stiinds lull la hnnds black with white point mud us n breeder Is unsurpiiBKed nl mule or jennet Jack hi colts ulwnyN bringing the highest Shire tmded parted with or bred elsewhere for fells the Insurance anti money becomes due nt the time of such transaction KING EAGLE ISo avu Vol AM II u KIIIIS KimleliM linnd high dark lay with flowing muni and tall goes nil the gull with plenty of slWd styli and action IKiiinuKK Hired by Itoynl King 2555 hu by On 11 by Htoimwnll Jackson 72 Itoynl Itslugs lit Unin Mollle Mount ajHI was by tho noted sire Cnbbeir o U xluq touKH lllIt Eagle lit dent lllp ibTiI sue bv Kngle lllrd hu by Old King Kn gle7aIrildnuby Iteti Lion ilrd dust by he h Millers Dtinmnrk 4th dom by Jim Hell thoroughbred tlllllOllrocults nil having plenty of size nctlon hlllolta will bow lur themselves Kind Kugle will make the present demon of nt our ktnbh two nnd onolinlf mile West of Htnnford on the Hheil y City pike nt the 0115 to liiiiiren colt Jbntto Insure n living colt Jim Keene tired by the great Hilly Keene lit dnm by the Imp John W lli2nddum by Heecher Jim Keene bund black with white u lasteyear nl tile Kentucky HtRto Fair T H AIIIIIH A UOHT WOOD 1hone 72 lUng 5 Htnnford Ky Prospect 2087 A S HeR IAt 15 to Insure C C S K Carpenter Lawn Mm 2 12 Mlles W ol HwtoaviUc 111onmile West of lluitonvllle Ky on the fonlivlllo and Ilustonvllle pike near ItradI reenters Htnttouat 113 to Insure n colt inure traded or parted with or bred to ono they hone without consent of itnlllon owner forfeits insurance the ivnson booome duo on Mine of such action llen retained on all colts till season li paid Slams grazed at per month Grain fed if desired nt lallllforewill receive our person attention but wo will not tw responsible for ncehlll I or es CRIS handshlR1tfeet whlto to nnkle A model ofgreat beau back lengthy quarters tueep tlonnlly broad flat tone hut unoolho Hint of fret nnd leg with the longest neck shaped and more Style than any hnr 1111I Ky Kxtremely fine weathers with coming out lit exactly the proper giving him wonderful Imrnes nnd under riddle A beautiful ear set up exactly nt proper place A very Important fen lure lit n bait horse lie Is n horse of ox treme high notion and every foot In line and along with this notion five well defined mddingall with n beautiful trot In hart 1181 a not our a n eau A R to l I Why buy 110 In suits u node to your by an I havo n of Hprlng to the In The 1 to tl U The This Win the itnlllon Old Shin dam was II tin to Will ut S to time I hold n Hen on colts nnld fur to stand the Till blnok was John D will the of luos nt my tarn ut 18 to n colt time Ills get of 11W good AT A feral IS No e halteriHlra Dare by Chester Darn 10 he by W bit b 74he by King t7 eta Ian dare Dora Dean No 2111 h1UnTIme 72 2nd dam Ity Joo and dum Funks 4lli inn Black Hawk Wo lake In the services of to the public First l hu an Hecond he Third lit elitist hU C9lti lire of that action that the breeder of sal nt u remunerntlve price for either or live horse with swan shaped neck that U for n show of irov sot has hone from a colt blue Wal its R harmless his form At Mbertyvllle III was In declass At was sec with no some of till not thin hales under the Middle As nn hernnk high its R breeder he to take the front rank What more could one KOAHPKNTKIt Phono Hutonvllle Ky Turnersville Big Department Store Fullof everything at prices that will wtvo you not conic nnd with Wo everything from ginger cake to an export steer11ro want youraEggs Chickens Old Iron Brass Cattle Hogs Sheep nud things or anything you to wsll Our and can be excelled Wo also in con nection with business firet claws Blacksmith and and deal with us and us to you how wo savo you LUTES BROS Turnersville Kentucky Roofing For Sale s ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky fl Tinning Plumbing 1llf4OA oeORoe H FARRIS We Have a Few Sets Buggy Harness Left which is going at Money- Saving Prices Geo Hoppers Stanford Ky DIGNITY DARE S H 30 due when nmro is sold or partod with Owned by D S Carpenter Hustonville GIVE ME YOUR ORDER PLEASE readymedeclotlningwhenthere little difference made und suit meniure taken experienced tailor line AHummorgood olin business suit anestdrosssuitAlso Troui and Fancy Vests rep resent is second omit Tollor- HtulifordIY Stonewall JacksonJr line black Huddlo Htnlllon ulred great saddle breeding colts Denmark lifeisgoodebreedbiau colt itniul Insure until wennlng nil until Darren mil made by lrupregnntor Billy Breckinridge lino sired by Major Harris back snake sensor Insure until wennluu rocnow onHe o sal utterhl Son It D PKDIOMKK Dignity 1WJ he lllackEagle William Hlonawall Jackson AlMlnllnh Humpter mnmnrk HKMAIIKS pleasure ecauso is exceptionally fine hone breed like imrlleular and Insures threw united long nlnnlutely necessary stone this Mesa show wlnnllllC rnllllY liesUtthis hates wlmier bone through Sycnrold horneihow first lhlclIlIO mill preparation meeting tnlled promises demand Hxchange money Why trade hnudlo and and have Grocery Dry Goods Stock have Wood Shop Como give chance show money H and of D NO 1982 Insure long traded Ky CAN YOU handsome Overcoats company HUPLKY Htonewnll prove Imported sure Trnylor Pleasant breeding Hqulrrvl uttering ready nndother Indlvldunl tOAH GILBERT CREEK BARGAIN STORE rnko no OIlOA word for It but come amid ico my new Hprlng Hulls Also Piece Goods verygratefulD J HMITIr PRESTON 922 Vol II rhlJgulIdhowduced winning nt nil the Kentucky fnlrs loufevllle1411otilrnnd highwithHired by Washington First lulls Doll by Ithoderlck HeconUilam by lIIlIrk penpient n show horse und uliofor Iurlloelfmonth but not responsible for uccldimt perr l escape of Stork Benton due If more Is ed or parted will PlIILMlrllb tradIt