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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL xxxvi STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 5 1908 NO 27 I Here and There James Young for 50 years gatekeep er at tho Lexington Asylum Is dead A largo warehouse owned by John Scott near Russellville was burned by night riders John Cance was fined 175 and given 25 days in jail for selling a drink of whisky at Campton Gas ton Philip tho Washington club j man was acquitted of the murder of Frank MacAboy a cabman The cotton planted this Spring is es timated by the Agricultural Depart ament at 32031000 acres and its condi tion on May 25 last Is given as 797 per cent Three girls and 11 men wero sen tenced to death by court martial at Warsaw Poland for attacking a post b car at Sokolow on tho Vistula railroad lout January Theodore P Shonts who has return ed from Paris says that his soninlaw the Duko do Chaulncs died of heart disease and that ho was not addicted to the use of drugs The Brotherhoood of Locomotive Engineers voted to retain its general headquarters In Cleveland Detriot was selected as tho next meeting place of the biennial convention The Mnurctanla succeeded in break ing her own record tar the long trans Atlantic voyage from Quccnstown to Now York by two hours and fortyone minutes She covered the distance between Gaunts Rock and Sandy Hook lightship in four days 21 hours and 18 minutesThe balloon Chicago which left Quincy III at 6 oclock Monday night ran Into a heavy rainstorm and dropped to earth at n point six miles southwest of Clear Lake Tuesday It was In tho air 11 hours and made an av erage speed of 75 miles an hour The Breathitt grand Jury adjourned after being In session seven days and returning 120 Indictmnent Sixty one of these charge illegal sale of liquor One charges murder and nearly all of the others charge either carrying con cealed weapons or shooting on the highwayWith a farewell to his friends of Here goes boy Rudolph Ycnt aged 36 an L N engineer placed the muzzle of a 38 caliber revolver in his mouth and sent a bullet through his brain in a Louisville saloon Despond cncy over the death of his wife is at tributed as the cause of the deed Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1903 Crab Orchard July 163 day Stanford July 22 3 days Georgetown July 285 days Lancaster July 29 3 days Winchester Aug 4 4 days Russell Springs Aug 4 4 days Danville Aug 5 3 days Lexington Aug 10 5 days Hurkoavllle Aug 11 4 days Brodhcad Aug 12 3 days I Lawrencoburg Aug 18 days Barbourvillc Aug 19 3 days London Aug 25 4 days Liberty Aug 26 3 days Somerset Sept 4 days Parts Sept 5 days Monticello Sept 8 4 days A man who is In perfect health 89 ho can do an honost days work when necessary hos much for which hoI Hhould ho thankful Mr L C gars of Uranchton Ia writes that ho was not only unable to work but ho couldnt stoop over to tIe his own shoos Six bottles of Foloya Kldnoy Cure made a now man of him Bo says l Siiewss to Foloya Kidney Curo Pennys Drug Store IAtameeting of tho Russian Navy League it was admitted that the restoration of tho battleship fleet would cost 750000000 with an annual outlay of 125000000 Tho expediency of con urgedICures Gapes BAUOSTOWN KY Muy 4 1008 Ono drop of It 44M4 dropped down tho bill of u gaping chicken kills tho worms and relieves tho chicken In stantly When fed In feed or water it is tho host preventive I have over seen Will Coomos Hero are somo interesting figures given for psers jgas meters In threo months out of 2805 meters tested after complaint 521 wero correct 1820 were fast and COl wero slow Notice Chicken Raisers- It 41144 cures cholera gaposroup cunkcr and limbernonk Irloo fiOc No cure no pay Guaranteed by Now Stanford Drug Co An Eastern philanthropist has offered a contribution of 50000 to Bcrea Col p lego the colored branch on condition that the college raises an equal amount aHeadquarters for Speaker Cannon have been in Chicago The Democratic State Convention Lexington Is making extensive prep arations to entertain the State conven tion and no effort will be spared to as sure the comfort of overy person who attends The whole city is taking the greatest interest in tho matter and all of the details aro in tho hands of com mittees composed of representative cit Izens There is every prospect now that the convention will be tho largest in tho history of the democratic party In Ken tucky A large proportion of tho population of tho Bluegrass section easily reached by Interurbans and steam railroads will turn out and reports come from every section of the State indicat ing an unusually large Attendance Ono of tho encouraging features of tho situation ii the fact that there is a disposition in every part of Kentucky for the democrats to get together bury all of their factional differences and unite for a great democratic victory The republican convention recently held in Louisville was marked by a bitter struggle between two factions Nearly half of the seats in tho convention were contested It is now probable that there will not be a single contest In the democratic convention to be held in Lexington Reliable information from those parts of tho State where there was tho greatest danKer of factional strife is to the effect that tho factions aro getting together and tho conven tion now promises to bo not only the largest but tho most harmonious ever held by Kentucky democrats Lexington and Lexington Democrats are particularly interested in having not only a harmonious convention but a largo attendance Elaborate prepara tions are being made to insure comfort able quarters and abundant restaurant facilities Nobody who comes to Lex ington need fear that there will bo any trouble about a comfortable place to sleep or any lack of opportunity for good meals at reasonable prices Lex ington is particularly anxious to do her part in a creditable manner and the matter has been taken tIp in such a way as to insure the most thorough prepara tion Special pains will be taken to provide for the comfort and convenience of the newspaper men A special press com mittee has been appointed and facilities for reporting the convention will be provided Special effort will al so bo made to see that every newspa per man has comfortable quarters Weak women should try Dr Shoops Night Cure Those soothing healing antiseptic suppositories go direct to the sent ofthctd weaknesses My nook No 4 For Women contains many valuable hints to women and it Is free Ask Dr Snoop Itaclno Wis to mail U Ask the Doctor In strict est confidence any question you 18h- a answered Dr Shoops Night Cure Is sold hy Pennys Drug Store In an opinion by Judgo Carroll tho Court of Appeals today affirmed tho case of A L Ewell vs Jarvis Jackson from Laurel nnd held that where a regular Judge Is disqualified to sit in a case and the special Judge fails to sign ihe judgment the regular Judge cannot legally sign the judgment and the unsigned judgment is no judgment at all J There goes another of them darned screeching Hat car wheels said the man on tho porch to his wife And ho said it loud and irritably Then tho man on the porch next door went in tho house and stopped his daugh ters attempts at singing r The Best Pills Ever Sold II After doctoring 15 years for chron ic indigestion and spending over two hundred dollars nothing has done me a much good as Dr Kings Null Life Pills I consider thom the best pills over sold writes B R Ays cuo of IiTglosido N C Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 25c Tho 100th anniversary of the birth of Jefferson Davis was celebrated qui eUlln Denver by Mrs J A Hayes of Springs the youngest daughter of the leader of the Confeder acy and the only member of his family now surviving The Attorney General of Arkansas decide that a woman has tho right to wear overallsAa she generally wears tho breeches this decision is superfluous except in the lino of cleanliness Frankfort Journal The greatest heat is never found on the equator but some 10 degrees to the North while moro severe cold has been registered in Northern Siberia than has been found near tho polo Stanford residents should use nol at this season uod cure utltarrhal trouble which arc so prevalent Sold by Pennys Drug Storo under guarantee President ovdt w thrown from his horse but was not much hurt- NEWS NOTES Night riders scraped the tobacco beds of Robert Mahoney Bryant Morris and Lloyd Taylor near Sulphur- A blow on the cheek from a batted ball resulted in the death of George Me Gleason aged 13 at Latonla Safe blowers blew the safe and rob bed the postoffice at Maryviile Tenn securing 511 In cash and stamps worth trial of Robert Spicer charged with killing James Johnson is going on at Jackson beforo Special Judge Wm BecknerThe of tho new 20000 Alice Mayo dormitory for girls at San dy Valley Seminary Palntsville was laid Tuesday The miners of the Imperial Coal Company of Jackson are on a strike for higher wages and as a result the mines are closed The threeyearold daughter of lIen ry Rollet a farmer living near Evans vllle Ind fell into a pail of hot water and was scalded to death Tho boiler of a mill at Knottsvllle Bath county exploded at noon and John Birtln the owner and John Logsdon a sawyer were fatally scalded Troops have arrived in Henry county Their presence is supposed to be due to the recent scraping of tobacco beds in that county and the burning of a tobac co barn The Gulf Compress Co capitalized at 10000000 has been placed in the hands of a receiver following the filing of a creditors bill in Federal court at MemphisCapt E Cox a Confederate veteran and a greatgrandson of Dan iel Boone died at St Joseph Mo as a result of gangreene poisoning contract ed by trimming a too nail The annual convention of the Amer ican Medical Association opened in Chi cago with 3000 delegates in attendance The first session was devoted to busi ness of a legislative character Allen Creech charged with the murder of Charles Robinson was given a life sentence at Jackson Nine of tho jury stood for hanging and three were for life but a compromise was effected Pleading guilty to a charge of passing bad checks C G Richie former coun ty judge of Jefferson county this State and once a prominent politician of Lou- Isville was sentenced to a term of 18 months in tho California penitentiary Charles T Muir paying teller of the Fourth secondstreetbranch of the Corn Exchange Bank of New York shot himself in tho head while in the base ment of the branch bank and died with in an hour The bank officials declare he was not short in his accounts The Supreme Court of tho United States in affirming the decision of the United States Circuit Court for the Eastern district of Missouri holds that II Clay Pierce tho oil magnate is sub ject to extradition to Texas where he is under indictment on the charge of perjuryT Pedley receiver of tho Owens bore Savings Bank and Trust Co has filed a report in court in which he says that under the most favorable condi tions the general creditors could not hope to realize more than 15 cents on the dollar Many of the assets aro valueless and but few can be disposed of at par Thinks It HisLife Lester M Nelson of Naples Maine says in a recant letter have used Dr Kings Now Discovery many years for coughs and colds and I think It saved my life I have found it a reliable remedy for throat aqd lung complaints and would no more ho without a bottle than I would be without food to For nearly 40 years Now Discovery has stood at tho 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 COc and 61 Trial bottlo free George Cites Prosecutor of Frankfort has received a letter signed Night Riders threatening him with violence The letter was In printed characters done with a pencil and said that a raid would be mado on Frankfort soon and that Davis would bo at tended to among the first Buoklens Arnica Salve Wins Tom Moore of Rural Route 1 Coch run Ga writes I had a bad sore cOllie on the Instep of my foot and could find nothing that would heal it until I applied Bucklons Arnica Salvo Loss titan half of u 25c box won tho day for mo by alTectlng a per foot cure Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store In the case of Daniel Vllughnc vs inIago sustained by getting or his hand crushed in a broom manufacturing machine tho suit was dismissed on per emptory instructions London Senti nel MIDpLEBURG Jones show at Yosemite did not come up to the expectation of those who attended The children were well pleased but those who just went along to take the children think it was very poor Lincoln Wells and J C Lay were in Louisville for a1 few days Mrs Law horn has returned from Kingsville Misses Lula and Nannie Adams attend ed the dedication services at Mt Olive Sunday Mrs A R Scott of Sedalia Mo is with her parents Mr and Mrs J A Eates The dedication services at Mt Olive caused a slim attendance at the Sunday schools here However by blending the Methodist and Baptist congrega tions Rev W G Tilford had a fairly good audience at the Baptist church Rev W W Hunt preached at the Baptist church Sunday night The following young ladies have see cured shcools and will begin teaching about July 10 Miss Mary Bryant at Blue school house on Bastin creek Miss Lula Adams at Walltown Miss Alma Thomas at Turkey Knob and Miss Bet tie Royalty at the Hogue school house on the Trace Fork pike Whatsoever a man soweth that shall he also reap seems to have been verified in the killing of Harlan Carman at Walltown this county last Friday Carman went to the dogs at a rapid rate when he started Some seven years ago he went into the goods busi ness with a small capital and did well He was respected by his neighbors but became too familiar with certain lewd women This caused separation from his wife and he went from bad to worse frequently having trouble with his neighbors He was indicted and often before the courts in short ho had got ten to be a very troublesome character and those who knew him best wonder that he did not pay the debt sooner But it is all over with him now and we suppose the evil he did should be for gotten As to Rufus Taylor who did the killing he is not a model citizen by any means He has been in the courts some but was not considered a danger ous man No one ever thought he would kill anyone and all were surpris ed to learn that he had taken the life of Harlan Carman The writer was present when he surrendered to Deputy Sheriff Jack Wells and ho assured us that he fired the fatal shot to save his own life The sympathy of Walltown people seems to be with him and it is believed he will be acquitted at his ex amining trial which was to havo been held at Liberty Thursday IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Ben Sharp has been appointed post master at Rockholds Whitley county W W Stetson of Maine was the chief speaker at the commencement of Berea College Harding Moore has been appointed postmaster at Climax Rockcastle county vice P Scott resigned Lucy R Crouch has been appointed postmaster at Valley Oak and James W Harris at Hail Pulaski county The postmasters at iorbin Middles boro Somerset and Williamsburg have each had a raiser of 100 in their salvies The old turn table of tho Q C which was placed at Junction City in 1878 was moved to Moreland a few days ago The telephone war in Harrodsburg has been settled After all the wrong ling the rate has been fixed at 165 for residence phones Miss Grace Bryan daughter of the lion William Jennings Bryan will arrive in Somerset the 12th inst for a visit to Miss Elizabeth Thatcher A GrandFamily Medicine It gives mo pleasure to speak a good word for Electric Bitters writes Mr frank Conlan of No 430 Houston St New York Its a grand family medicine for dyspopsla and liver complications while for haute back and weak kldnoys it oannot be too highly repommonded Eloctrlo Bitters regulate tho digestive funo tions purify tho blood and impart renewed vigor and vitality to the weak and debilitated of both soxos Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store toe Peter Gllcher has leased the Gilchor House for a term of years to M H Lowell of Rome Georgia 1 B Bush a lease will expire tho first of July and ho did not care to continue longer in the business Advocate W II Ward of Dyorsburg Tenn writes This is tocortlfy that I have used Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup for chronic constipation and It has prov on without a doubt to bo a thorough practical remedy for this trouble and It Is with pleasure I offer my conscien tious reference Pennys Drug- Store a Cool Comfortable Summer ClothesI t1 I v w flIPciBl1OU etuvo Come and see our line of Summer Clothes and be convinced of the high quality of our goods SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats CapsrLa dies and Gents Furnishings Etc A Smile That Wont Come Off Allof 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 Cottotjs My cut price in shoes will be a wonder to you This includes Slippers Xo 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 stock of Clothing on the market at cost In Millinery our styles and prices will certainly please you4 with us willgo as far as 55 elsewhere Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 3333000 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER JOHN 0 REID BOOKKEEPER HC CARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEPR DIREOTORS J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford John F Cash Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W II Cummins Freachersville Lilburii- Goocli Gilberts Creek Jfiirst Rational ttl4ank Stanford Jty Organized SSS Capital Stock SSO 000 Sur im and WnitfvMad Profits S9 OOO Jar paid in Dividends since Organization 211 500 Snvito Wow Accounts on Our 9Jio lrrOFFICERS S Hooker President S T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier II C Baugbraan Asst Cashr 11V W Saunders Bookkeeper fFM D Klmore J M Pettui S H Daughman J F Cummins S T Harris James Robinson T P Hill J S Hocker C E Tale I THE SAFEST AND QOIQKE8T MY 10 i TRANSfER MONtY t IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATCO rr t t The Interior Journal L c WALTON = J W FOLEY It cnndldnte for Assessor of Lincoln coun tyiubjecttothenctlou of tho democratic party WLMCARTY If a rnmlldAte for Sheriff of Lincoln coun ty abject to the action ot the democratic party M S BAUGHMAN Ii a candidate for HherilT of Lincoln county subject to the notion of the democratic I JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR It a candidate for the nomination for Judso of the Lincoln County Court subject to tin action of theilvinocrutlo party JAMES MKECHNIE ri Ii a cnndldnte for mnil trate In the Stan ford dtetrlctsubjccttothedenocrntiopri7 mary JOHN J MOSER Ii a candidate for japer of Lincoln count subject to the action of the Democratic party M BRUCE It a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln abject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES C HAYS Is a candidate for Jailer of Democratsubject to the action of the party DC ALLEN Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party DINK FARMER If a candidate for the 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 Tile Boston Transcript finds on in vestigation by a personal representative that in the first three months of this year in Atlanta there were 2211 cases I in the police court 326 of them for drunkenness against 4386 in all and 1 400 for drunkenness in the correspond ing period of last yea A builder who employs 75 men mostly Negroes said that before this year he was short half his men on Monday a third of them o Tuesday and didnt get his whole crew together until Thursday Since tan uary 1 he had 95 per cent of his men every day This speaks pretty well for prohibition and seems to prove that prohibition can be made to prohibit where public sentiment is favorable to the enforcement of any and all laws Prohibition and local option are both all right the trouble is with people who lay down as soon as the sale of whisky in taken from the saloons Long before Lincoln countys saloon licenses expired a law and order league was formed the purpose of which was t aid the officers in preventing the illegal sale of whisky The enthusiasm coo died out the local optionists became careless and the result is red liquor is being sold here and at many other places in tho county Will our people t never wake up and in their might stop such disregard of the law Let them act at once or stop their hypocritical cry for local option The officers are I willing but they cant do it all and every good citizen should lend them his aid UNITED STATES 1JAMES K JONES of Arkansas age 69 died at his residence in Washington City after an Illness of a few hours He was one of the leading democrats in the Senate from 1885 to 1903 and was one of the strongest supporters of r William Jennings Bryan having as f chairman of the National Democratic Committee conducted the campaigns h of 1l6 and 1900 Since leaving the Senate in 1903 he had conducted a law rlpractice in Washington and had not ac tively engaged in politics BETWEEN 29000 and 30000bilIs were introduced in Congress at tho session just ended Of this number House members furnished nearly 23000 and Senators between 6000 and 7000 Of course only a very small number of these bills became laws but there is still a chance for some of them to be j enacted at the session which opens next 4 December liON WILLIAM H SHANKS continues to meet with encouragement in his race for Executive Committeeman and nothing seems surer than that ho will I win If the people all over the district knew Mr Shanks as well as those of his home county there would be no dis- sentingr voice against the excellent gentleman THOSE postmasters who have received raises in their salaries will be better than ever prepared to subscribe to the republican campaign fund this fall t EleventhIon authority that IITMitchell tho labor will be as Bryans running mate great common people would be well represented by this pair t Mr Roosevelt reiterates that he is in no sense a candidate and that no friends of his would try to defeat Taft JIj POLITICAL Maryland Democrats in convention in Baltimore selected an uninstructed delegation to the Denver convention- G Leo Wainscott of Winchester has announced for Congress on the dem ocratic ticket in the Tenth district The typewritten copy of Senator La Follcttes filibuster speech which has been sent to him for revision weighs about 19 pounds The Idaho democratic convention at Twin Falls split on tho question of Mor monism and will send contesting delegations to Denver According to returns received Sen ator W B Allison is nominated United States Senator from Iowa by a major ity of fully 12000 over Gov A B Cum minsArkansas democrats in convention at Little Rock instructed their dele gates to instruct for Bryan Senator Jeff Davis was defeated for delegate at largo The National Democratic Committee is having pictures of the idle engines of the various railroads photographed for exhibits during the campaign of Roosevelt prosperity When Robert Smith retired from the office of Mayor of St Paul he was pre sented with a draft for 11000 contributed by 81 business men of St Paul as an appreciation of his services to the cityJudge Cook dissolved the temporary injunction preventing David Smith act ing as sheriff of Christian county and the grand jurors summoned by J M Renshaw were summoned again by Smith before they were sworn in The President appointed J Frank Taylor of Glasgow Surveyor of the Port of Louisville to succeed W G Dearing resigned It is expected that William Henry Jones will succeed Mr Taylor us postmaster at Glasgow- In the recount of votes in the Hearst McClellan mayoralty election in New York in 1905 seven ballot boxes taken from the first assembly district showed- a net gain of four Votes for Hearst The net gain for Hearst to date in 33 boxes is 93 votes With the exception of the United States Senator the entire Republican State ticket has been elected in Ore goneIn the senatorial contest the in dications are that Chamberlain Democrat will be the peoples choice even Cake Republican with a majority of about 1000 The first of a series of conferences with republican leaders at which the Chicago platform was discussed was held by Secretary Taft with Wade El lis of Ohio It is understood that Mr Taft desires the platform to be a strong indorsement of the Roosevelt policies and that he intends in his speech of acceptance to pledge himself to carry them out The president is said to have started on another campaign against predato ry wealth First he will attempt too jndict the Print Paper Trust second he will seek to indict financiers whom hen believes responsible for the panic that followed his attack on theStandard Oil Campany which he is said to have or tiered renewed on the belief that the 29000000fine will not stand the test of the courts A boom has been launched by friends of Col W P Walton who lives in this city but goes down to Frankfort every day to look after the welfare of his sprightly daily paper the Frankfort State Journal to secure his selection as todsays the Lexington Leader The mat ter will be taken up in earnest and it is believed that he will have no trouble in securing the place at the Democratic State Convention June 11 Col Wale ton is a democrat of lifelong standing and one who is always on the wing line in support of democratic nominees adds the Frankfort Weekly News Resolutions of Respect Whereas AdamPence one of the most loyal and liberal members of our church has been called from labor to reward therefore be it resolved 1st That our Bible class and Sunday school have sustained a great loss that our church has lost its most valuable member the community one of its best citizens2nd That we tender our deepest sym pathy to the family in their great be reavement 3rd That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the family published in the spreadIand church conference records Mrs T D Raney Mrs Lula Corm ney W W White committee Health Coffee is really the clos est Coffee Imitation ever yet produced Tnls clever Coffee Substitute was re cently produced by Dr Shoop Racine WIs 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 expert who might drink It for Coffee No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Made In a minute says the doctor Sold by Pennys Drug Store theChrlstianwas a at Hopkinsville r FOR SALE I llhodo Island Ited 1ullots and Cockerels from selected pens tl p r Ii Wild Mallard Duck Eggs or young Ducks Call und tee them MUM w J KDMIBTON Phone 7 Crnb Orchard Ky Morgan DenmarkT- his tine stallion will mnke the present lenionnt the low price of eight tlollanto ln sure a living colt He has more Denmark blood than nny living itnllion ni will tx hown his pedigree Morgan Denmark WBSglrodby ol On Time totheingartalitetgefonlLady Mtorgan was one of the last stow mures in Kentucky Hhe was shell by Htonewall Jackson Je K BAUGH MAN lllack Jack with white polnti K hands high large head and ears heavy bono was sired by Titrklngton NllllOleolJ J K Is an excellent mule and Jennet Jack uhf n proven sure foul getter As a breeder he tins been true unit proven second to none In this local- Ity He will stand at the low price of III to Iniurv n living colt Jennets wait tonne us mures JOHNT- he noted Ham Ooehrnil Jack has been tried In this locality and given satisfaction He U In splendid condition to make the present sensor mud will stand at the low to insure living colt You run no risk In patronizing such a Jack BULL Will stand n tine Polled Angus bull nt one dollar at the gate He hits proven an excel lent breeder The above mentioned stock will stand nt my turn one mile North of Ireachersvllle PikeMaresalltinesresponsible should any occurIIIJStanford It K D No t nnstln Phone 78 K Central Kentucky Real Estate dl TITLE CO NolOt1acros on the Wnynesburg pike near Highland 8 room house torn and oth er oulbulldlngs nlceorchard This proper tyhihear anti IClloolboUIII 1s wen worth the price No Y1G acres miles Mouth of Oral Or chnrdon the Htate rondo has a two stor house good barn orchard and U welt watered about Fat acres of this land Is bottom laud and produces line crops A bargain litI Ifi4 cash balance In one end two No8IlS acres on Duck Creek near Way nesburg troolll house barn IIIl other out bulldlnuipU ntyot water Cash price NoI09acres near bevel Green Rock cattle county Ky Thus farm has a now story frame would cost to build now 2nO good tmrn crib tc located near church and school This Is a nice home ant con bo bought for 110 pr acre cash re mnluder In IS months No 5e acres the above farms ItOnerw In cultivation Dwelling of Irooms good tart and other outbuildings nice or chard One of the best springs In the coun ty Price fJIIIO half Uilunco and I yean No drJI acres adjoining farms No and 6 acres In cultivation imlnnce In llm- her Hood white ortk hickory anti some line No7 tMncref near Marettbtirg Krlroacres In cultivation good dwelling house barn nnd necessary 1ulhUlhllllll line water and school church nnd It It station IrlcP- xitau4cashbeinnceUtoneunit two years ToDnacres on Drakes Creek 8 miles necessary buildings This Is a bargain at too per acre For full particulars In regard to all the above farms era or write b It Hughes or James White Htnnfonl Ky Special Train for Kentucky Democrats VIA Henderson Route Missouri Pacific and Rock Island LinesT- O The Democratic National Democratic Con vention Denver Col July 1908 Leave Louisville at 0 r si Saturday July 4th arrive at Denver at noon JI outlay July Oth FARE FROM STANFORD KY 3897 Write to the undersigned for itinerary Farts and Figures outlining in detail fares from various Kentucky points Pullman Fares Diverse Router Etc L J IRWIN G P A Louisville Ky coilMM L0 CLARK =BIG COMBINED = SHOWSENLARGED AND RECONSTRUCTED FOR THE PRESENT SEASON A SHOW OF FEATURES Presenting an unique novel and intensely Entertain ment Positively the Grandest consolidation ever exhibited containing an assemblage of Earths most STARTLING 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 BEASTS BIRDS AND REPTILES FROM EVERY CLIME Dont Fail to SeeThe Exchange orchlaN thillJ1lk bulldlnjtelc1tllll SONS PRESENTATIONSI- T 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 Vaulters Posturers Clowns and Highwire performers in the profession A COMMON SENSE SHOW Performance every Afternoon and Evening Doors open and 7 P M Performances 2 nod 8 P M Will Exhibit at Hustorivillc June 6 Stanford June 8 Crab Orchard June 9 Visito and Travelers We call your attention to our stock of Hand Bags Suit Cases And Trunks mustIhave them and ours are the ones to buy IThese hand bags are light durable and hand some in imitation leather genuine leather andaligator in prices from 250 to 1250 sun cases Always OP- t nand 4t J Iri various grades from 350 to 15 Our trunk stock is always good and full from atf very cheap one to and extra nice 40inch ladies trunks H J l ROBERTS STANFORD KENTUCKY r BICYCLE REPAIRS Double Tube Tires 3 and 350 Each Single Tube Tires 150 Each Inner Tubes M W and 125 Each For all Bicycle Repairs Call on Us PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Claims Notes AndI t Accounts I y r T A A J Ii Notes and accounts accepted for collection 1 anywhere in the United States V Claims of all kinds carefully looked at Elrip Mi all parts of the country RealEstate of all kinds sold and exchanged i ir JI Correspondence solicited ii SomersetReal Estate Agency A7 Somerset Ky i The Interior Journal BrANFORD KY Jusi 6 1908 r ICED Cedar Flakes are made from the wood of genuine red cedar and are a I sure protection against moths 15c a package Pennys drug atoro PERSONALS COL T P HILL has been Indisposed C Ci Fox of Danville was hero at court Wednesday Miss MARJORIE OTTER is visiting Louisville relatives CArT R K GENTRY is over from e Frankfort for a few days Miss MARY GIIAY is visiting her t grandparents at Crab Orchard 0 Miss ANNA MELVIN of Willlamsburg was tho guest of Miis Mae Newland IW K SHUGARS JR spent several 1 days with his grandparenta at Lanca terMISS MYRTLE MILLER is learning the telephone business in the Stanford Ex change MRS W II SHANKS was taken ill v Monday night and Is still confined to her bed MRS W K WARNER and little son are visiting tho Misses Lewis at Crab JENNIE WOLFE nndson Joseph of Danville are with the family of Mr T J11111Mao MtiRritt and children of Jcllico are tho guests of Mrs W Mobleyt son of Mr and Mrs John- S Baughman Is very with bronchial pneumonia THE aged Mrs Mary C Givens Is very low and tho chances are against recoverytCOCHRAN of High Bridge up Crab Orchard yesterday to visit friends Miss MARGARET BIBB returned Tues from Nashville where she has been at t tending school W M STEPHENSON of May 451a Is back from a visit to friends at CampbelUvillc MR GEORGE A BBLDBN of Hart FranMiss FLORENCE TANNER of McKln ney spent Wednesday with her sister Mrs W K Shugnrs MRS J W UACAN and children ol Covington are with her parents Mr and MnJohn F Cash MRS J W PERRIN and children ol Anderson Ind are with her parents Mr and Mrs P G Warner JOHN THOMAS MCAUSTBR who has I been attending school here left Tuos day for his homo at Way Miss MR J W HUTCHESON tho Brod head banker was on Wednesdays train returning from Cincinnati MI33F3 Mow WALTER pod Annie Milburn ore visiting the formers brothers Mesirs G A and W W Walter at Kingsvillc DR W M DOORES of Crab Orchard spent a few days at the SU Asaph Ho will sell a lot of household and kitchen furniture at his home on Saturday Juno 27 E F GREEN went to Lebanon Wed nesday to work for tho Kubol Hard a ware Co Mr Green la a firstrato plumber nnd will make tho above firm- a good man- MESDAMBSf NEWMAN AND GEORGE BlRK of Owensboro arrived yesterday to bo present at tho marriage of their brother Mr H C Baughman to Miss Lita Bcllo Cash on Juno 10 Miss BESSIE FOWLE and little sister Miss Alpha have returned from a visit tb their sister Mrs R S Hendren at Kirksville While in Madison they at tended Berca commencement PR T W PENNINGTON who has been in tho city several days on busi ness returned to his homo in Stanford Saturday Ho was tho guest of Judgo and Mrs James Denton Somerset Journal MRS KARLES COFFEY has been very at tho homo of her sister Mrs A 11It Dyche but is Improving Mrs R M Jackson and Miss Clara Ewell leavo Friday for New York City London SentinelMiss HELEN THURMOND of Horse Cove and Miss Georgia Lewis of ti Crab Orchard aro visiting Mrs Bello Marriott and Miss Lydia Lewis Mr and Mrs Mitchell Taylor have returned from a visit to their plantation in New Mexico Miss Josephine Carpenter one of Stanfords daughters is visiting her young friend Miss Virginia SwopeAdvocate LOCALS WEDDING presents at W II Muel lers FRESH carload of Wall Plaster and Portland Cement Just in J M Phillips SHORT lots of mattings under room sizes at very low prices Tribble Pence NEW long kid gloves shammy gloves silk gloves 12 and 1C button at Severances GET the best sprinkling hose in town at Aldridges plumbing shop when it 1stopnalnln FLOYD Slits and John Roberts of Waynesburg joined Uncle Sams army at Lexington last week l ALL calicoes are a nlckle at Sever ances NECKWEAR and hosiery Cummins Wearen PANAMA and straw hats Cummins Wearen CALL on T D Newland for German millet seed- B1NDFR Twine and Harvester oil at W H Higgins EVERYBODY and the dog will attend Clarks circus Monday SEE the D E Lawn Mower before you buy George IL Farris RAVE your vehicle rerubbered with tho best tires while you wait E T Pence 2t JUST RECEIVED New line of Ladles Tan Oxfords Call and see them Cum mlns Wearen PURE S C Drown Leghorn eggs for sale Write or phone Mrs Robert L Berry Hustonvllle Ky TUB Ladles Aid Society of the Chris tian church will meet with Mrs A C Hill at 230 this Friday afternoon r COURT day and Clarks circus should draw an immense crowd totown Mon day Youll miss something if you are not on hand LOST between U S Traylora and W K Warners a locket and chain Engraved on the locket was an old English C G B Cooper MR T D RANEY and Miss Emma Warren sold to Mr Gentry ft hotel man at Wllllamsburg a lot of homing pigeons at a fancy price SALESeveraljbloodhounds vice for sale Write to or call on Miss Nannie Drown Hustonville THE L willrun an excursion over the K C to Cincinnati Sunday a t 175 for the roundtrip Special train leaves Stanford depot at 6 A M THE Stanford base ball team wit play the McKinney nine on tho grounds here at 380 tomorrow Saturday after noon A good game may be expected TUB Lincoln County Medical Society will meet at Stanford at 1030 Tuesday morning next Oth when a full attend ante Is desired writes Dr W F Hick le secretary CARD OF THANKS seek through your columns the privilege of thanking our many friends for their exceeding kindness and deep sympathy In our sorrow T W Barker and family FOR SALEMy splendidly improved farm of 180 acres One of tho best farms In the county On Hustonville pike three miles from Stanford Call on or phono mo A J Rice Stanford KyyA CARLOAD of deaf and dumb child ren passed through on Tuesdays South bound passenger They were students of tho State School for tho Deaf at Danville and were going to their homes for vacation I WILL sell at Hnrdlns stable in Stanford on next county court day June 8 at 180 oclock a carload of fresh highgrade Jersey cows It will be a splendid opportunity to get first class milkers C T Bohon Lebanon Ky THE convention lawheld hero tomorrow Saturday afternoon for the purpose of selecting delegates to the Democratic State Convention at Lex ington Juno 11 promises to bring a big crowd to town Como in and have a say In the proceedings WE are cutting oil thoso subscribers who have refused to pay attention to our statements Uncle Sam wont let us send papers for but nine months aCt ter tho time for which they are paid hence there Is nothing for us to do but stop thoso papers that are not paid for WANTS DAMAGESMr S D Bart boy who married Miss Lucy Miller Givens of this place a few weeks since hits filed suit through Harding Rowlings Purycar Danville attor neys for 10000 damages against the Q C for Injuries ho received in the wreck between Burgin and High Bridge several months ago TUG friends and admirers of Col Walton editor of Kentucky State Journal ore booming him for delegate of the Seventh District to Denver For party service for devoted loyalty for long and faithful devotion to the Democratic party Col Walton is conspicuous- and wo hope the honor will be conferred on him Somerset Journal TILE trustees of tho Stanford Graded and High School met Friday and elected Proto J Norman Wigginton of tamping Ground Scott county teacher of the High School to succeed Prof J C Cheek Prof Wigginton is a graduate of Transylvania University Lexington and comes with the best of ccommendations Ho was hero Tues day and he impressed thoso ho met with being a polished and substantial gentleman The trustees also decided to institute next year the new departments- of vocal music and elocution and a teacher of these branches will bo elected later u SHIRTS and underwear Cummins Wearen BEST reclcancd German millet seed at 150 per bushel E T Pence FOR SALETwo hall grown red foxes John Holmes care B D Holtzclaw Walnut Flat I nAVE repairs for Champion and McCormack binders and mowers Also binder twine E T Pence 2t I WANT to rent for 1909 a 200 or 300 acre farm Want most of the land in grass John Lutes Stanford LOST at the county meeting Saturday week a ladles gold watch with silk fob Leave at this office and got reward ON account of continued ill health I desire to sell privately my entire stock of merchandise consisting of groceries hardware etc Geo D Hopper WE can send you Courier Journal or Louisville Times from now until Dec 1 for 125 This offer is good on ly for INTERIOR JOURNAL subscribers and money must always be accompan led by the order THE Christian Endear Society will servo Ices and cake beginning at 5 oclock Saturday afternoon in Christian church yard Go and he the good women and the excellent cause they ore working for RAIN stopped what promised to be a o Interesting game of ball between the home team and the Lancaster nine hero Wednesday afternoon The genre WI18 3 toO in favor of Lancaster at the conclusion of the third inning but our boys were getting down to work when the rain came and stopped the chance to best the visitors MINE HOST J M ROTHWELL of Dripping Springs will open that popu liar Summer resort on Sunday 7th when a magnificent dinner will h spread Mr Rothwell has made a num ber of improvements on the buildings and is better prepared than ever to uc commodate the large crowds that will visit that place this Summer Punuc SALE The amusement nov city and refreshment privileges of the Russell Springs Fair will be sold at public auction on Saturday June 13 on the grounds Any and all bids received through the mall will be held strictly confidential until sale is on We are promised with the best fair ever known for Russell county on August 4 56 and 7 R G Woods Secretary A DANVILLE dispatch says A sensation was created here this morning when the lion C C Bagbv represent ing John C Craig filed suit for 5000 against 0 B Fallis principal of the Danville graded public school Tho pe tition alleges that Prof Fallis severely beat Craigs day by kicking him and using a heavy leather strap The boy was a student in tho school Prof Fal lis Is now In Eminence visiting relatives To THE INSURING Punuc Having lost my dwelling by fire and being In sured with Jesse D Wearen tho In surance Man Stanford Ky I take pleasure in recommending him and the companies represented by him for liberal and prompt settlements my claim having been paid dollar for dollar de ducting nothing but paying all he in sured me for cash without discount Very truly L G Hubble Hubble Ky Tim Somerset Water Light fraction Company comprising the street railway waterworks and electric light plant at Spmerset were placed in the hands of a receiver for the benefit of the creditors the principal one being the Louisville Trust Company the amount of indebtedness being about 15000 J L Waddle ot Somerset formerly superintendent of tho water works was named by Judge J L Jarvis as the receiver and assumed duties at once CIRCUIT COUarInthe case of R R Gentry against Monte Fox on a verbalagreement the jury found for Gentry In the sum of 180 He sued for 21 Tho case of the Commonwealth against Jesse Underwood was called yesterday but tho attorneys for both sides were holding a consultation and nothing had been determined on when we went to press Underwood is in dieted for writing threatening letters The grand jury has returned 22 dictments the majority of which are against illicit whisky sellers The body will sit two more days before it makes its final adjournment Titos CBALLthe Depot street merchant having rented his store rooms and sold his goods to Mr R G JonesI- S now enjoying a much needed rest Tomy tells us in the last 15 years orI his business he has never failed to make change for a customer never sent out for change never asked for change and rarely if over failed to change a bill for a friend or customer Mr Balls deposits in bank each week for tho past year and five months were 111 When asked why ho chose that amount he an iwercd Anybody can make the fig ure one anybody can add a lot and there could be no trouble in settlingI with the bank Ho showed us his bank book to prove that one day of each week he put 111 to his creditI MONEYThe money for jurors who served at tho special term of court held in January has arrived and will be paid on application to Jury Commissioner WalkerCHURCHMATTRS Rev C C Brown of Lancaster will preach at Walnut Flat at 330 Sunday afternoonREV of Somerset preach at Logans Creek church Saturday night and Sunday Our meeting at Goshen is progressing nicely with 10 additions to date It will go on until after Sunday writes Eld J G Livingston Rev Benjamin Helm will preach at the Purksvillo Presbyterian church Sun day morning ot 11 oclock The officers of the church are requested to meet at 1030 oclock Dr Arthur Yager for 23 years a member of the faculty has been elect ed president of Georgetown College succeeding Dr J J Taylor who re signed a year ago The Rev It L Perkins was whipped by a mob at Albertville Ala apd ordered to leave town He was charged with preaching a social equal ity sermon to Negroes Services at the Methodist church Sat 230pson district superintendent Quarterly conference at 315 r M Sunday school at 030 A M Preaching by Dr Robert son at 11 A M Junior League at 330 r M Thomas Coleman leader Sen for League at 730 p M Mrs T D Rancy leader Preaching at 8 P M by Dr Robertson MATRIMONIAL Ed Callahan of Jackson was grant eda divorce from his wife and she was GymanderFormer President and Mrs Grover CleO eland celebrated their 22nd wed ding anniversary in Princeton Friends weddingoMiss Lidia Bridges of East St Louis the dreamfir who slept for four days returned to conscious ness with a vivid description of heaven will soon marry Raleigh Taylor young byherd comatose state PUBLIC SALE I I will sell ot public auction nt my borne In Orob Urchnrd nt II S aburp on HATUHDAY n IMS the following described property Onl hand unio llaynei urns Iluno Htelnway works good in now and sweet of tone Household and kitchen furniture loti of beds and lied Qwenswore nml Tableware centre table iarpets wnrdrolws parlor clinln lounges 7 or 8 rocking chairs and many other tlilngi too tedious to mention Also utensils Terms inndr known on day of tale W M IKXJIIKH M D Col J handler A- uctAdorillas Fox If n hnmUoiiiP large ounll Jersey But de Banded from n long unbroken line of tin most noted lulls and POI on the Ik laud of itia land und America JIll 1lIIllOrhdIIndpoundlor rich milk In one day If you lie IIevt Like begets Uke or the Likeliest of Mime Ancestor and have a trlolll good cow you should avail yourself ser vice He will lie allowed tosertwa limited number of approved registered cow outside of our own herd this year for n fee of Henilt Make engagement before sending cow to Iw bred A rTTKK Telephones Stanford Ky N lIWe have to offer three extra choice bull calves that will be sold at right prices Benson 011- 104SAMPSON This young lack will make this neuron nt my fitrtu where I live the H II llaughman farm K mile south of Stanford on the Horn tsrwt lilkllIt IO to Insure msre colts und to insure bor e colt I consider Sampson n itrvat breeding lack All of his last year colts were extra I showed two of them at MtumfordImnensterand Danville fairs and won lath lit nnd Slid premium In colt rings of Oto liientrlesiatallthree fnlrsalso won htln the sweepstake ring nt Lancaster the only fair that Raven sweepstake Klghl of his li7 colts nnil four of his IIII colts are now on my farm to show for themselves I will appreciate any mares sent to him and II itiro you will not regret tending J II UAUUHMANHtanford Ky Phone t- oDorsey Golddust 12052 r Full brother to Kstelle J1 by Zllcndl Uolddutt 4100 Ham Florence by- OoldenMingochlcftrncingback to Justin Morgan ou both sides making him an Intensely Inbred Morgan italllonIIe U a dark bay hands and weighs Ui poundi Asa breeder be has few equals n proven and uni form breeder of highclass show nnd road horses combining nil the uualltlt8 for bar ness and saddle IInd In demand nt top prices of his get having told for IIOMO and It 8 and 1yenrolds only farm broken my own railing have sold In the post year for nn average of Dorsvy Uolddutt will monks the present seasonal my forum near Htantord nt fja to Unsure u living colt Also n large and line jack n grandson or Tom Kno and Joe Illnckburn at tl to Insure n living colt Mares kept nt luc per day loud attention but no responsi bility for accidents or escapes F KKID Danville Ky Antecarlo 226 12 Made over Versailles truck In winning race Hired by Anteo IIIIX that told for IMuo nt public tale lit dams Mary Ann by Mall storm 813 ton of MtimhrlnoPutchen These two erases produced The Abbot Stwy champion of the world stud lam by Independence son of Andrew Jack 10nlndJlllene by Amcrlcantilnr The American Htnr and Andrew Jackson ilood U responsible for Oresceus YO4ttbe thamplon trotting stallion of the world You see two top crosses are reo elan NUlefortho fastest gelding two next crosses are responsible for the fastest stat lion Then you see Is letter bred thou either of them for he has tho blood of lath intecarlo Is u solid brown horse high weighing 1170 pound line style and ictloii will stand at 111 to Insure mure colts and fs to Inure horse colts BUCK VARNON mack Jack with white points 6 yean old hands high Fine breeder and great In llvldual A of line bone ana action Will stand nt lldto Insure n living colt Lion retained on colts for season tates traded or broil to other horses forfeits niurunco and makes season money due All will stand nt my farm on Ottenbelm like 8 miles from Htnnford Stares grazed utfpwrmonth Care taken to prevent no Wonts but not responsible should and OCt ur niHHON A HM1TH Ktanfonl Ky iUSi1K SaIG IBeginning on Wednesday June 10 and continuing to June 17 we will place on Spe cial Sale at Spscial Prices our entire line of Plain and Fancy Silks Incluging Fdulons Ragales Tussoras Check and Figured Teffetas Pongees These all tail every where at 1 per yard You can take as much as you want at the special price of SecPlain Taffetas Radium Taffetas and Fancy Waistings that sold at 85c and 75 You can take your choice at 48CThis is a fine opportunity to get a new black or colored waist dress or skirt at a saving to you You will find these goods on our cen ter counter on Wednesday June 10 JUST RECEIVED New side band wash goods new chamoise 12 and 16 button gloves and newiwash ski- rtsSEVERANCE SON South East Corner Main Depot Sts STANFORD KY FkT COSTare 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 this is the opportunity of your life I TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY r Brown Ridingand- Wilikillif Cv- iIivdors 4 W H H BINS Stanford KentuckyI r The Interior Journal Snlered yi the PottOffice at Stanford cu ndclaM maUtr rCBCJMRKO TU SDA3fB AN6 KUOAT T J00 PER YEAR CASH when not 10 paid MOO will be charged B D CARTER Now Llverv Depot Street Phone 96 aT ANFOADKENTUCKY 10 REWARD I personjdoing Injury r lic h gh Injury to tock front the s lands of other people This reward refer to past preent and future I also offer a spec- Ial reward of for particulars see me I also offer two special of p and t100eachJGCarpenter McKINNEY MARBLE GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers of Granite and Marble Monuments PintGlass Work at Reasonable Prices Once and Works McKlnneyXy Hhop closed on Saturday A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owaley Building Sign Writing Draper and House Painting Paper Hanger G MEDAIRY Interior Fresco Decorator Graining Kte McKINNEY K- YINSURANCE lire Lightning WindStorm Life and Accident None but the 8TUONQKHT and JEST Represented Lowest Pos llble Rate Guaranteed Lou Paying Ree erlS Unequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 Two Head of Good Butcher Stuff and 3 Jersey Cows andCal ves for sale at a Bar gain GJ B Pruitt Moreland TOBACCO BARNS I Many Insurance companies have cancelled their Policies In the Tobacco District and others have ceased writing at a time when the farmer nerds them the mostA Friend In need ls a Friend Indeed The Home In surance Company ofNYthe largest and most popular Fire Insurance Company line always and Is now writing tobacco barns and nil classes of farm property They have not cancelled n single Policy even In counties where tho tobacco trouble line bin the worst For Insurance on nil classes of farm property Address or Phone Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KYS JLBeazleyCo UndertaKers aud Embalm I ere Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingaRuga They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY f l Je Ce McClary It Undertaker Embalmer nnd Doalor InlHarnoss Saddlery STANFORD KY inObce Phone Iforao Phone 85 i FARMERS DEPARTMENT SIgnorina a 1 ishot won the English Derby For Sale160 barrels No 1 white corn S B Buchanan Crab Orch ard Forty stock ewes one and two year old for sale John J Elliott McKinney The Frankfort Journal reports the sale of a lot of Shorthorn heifers at 52075 FOR SALE75 cows and heifers fresh milkers C T Bohon Son Lebanon Ky FOR SALE29 100pound shoats and a few yearling cattle J C Hays Stanford R F D No1 Senator Francis Emory Warren of Wyoming is the owner of the largest sheep ranch in the United States- I have a lot of good timothy hay for sale at 50 cents per hundred if taken at once L C Dunn Hustonvillo Ky The American Tobacco Co has pur chased 400000 pounds of low grade to bacco from the Burley Tobacco Society Judge W A Tribble sold to Mr Peters a suckling colt by J R Beazleys Lincoln Squirrel and out of his famous mare Kate Malloy for 100 Dunn Adams of Danville sold for J P Starks his 336acre farm on tho Shakertown pike In Boyle to B W Lord of Burnside at a fancy price From reports there will be about 500 acres of tdbacco raised in Mont gomery county this year One hun dred and fifty acres of plants were set last week Pinkola a chestnut gelding owned by J Hal Woodford won the 22nd renew al of the Latonia Derby In a drive by a length from Czar with Ordono a long shot third 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 The report of M C Rankin State Commissioner of Agriculture states that prospects were never better for bluegrass seed and that the yield may be the biggest in the history of the StateA on the farm of John Warner about three miles northeast of New Castle was destroyed by fire It con tainey 12000 pounds of tobacco belong ing to Dr I W McGinnis The barn was iusured for S500 and the tobacco for 1000 T W Tebbs of Indianapolis bought 66 export cattle of W T Phelps at 625 They will go the last half of August and will weigh 1600 pounds This is one of the best bunches in the county Mr Tebbs made the same of fer to two others in this county but tho offer was declined Mt Sterling Ga zetteJohn G Davis of Sunset reports that he set a hen on 29 eggs and got 30 chickens from them Two of the chickens were attached by a small cord which went from under the wing of one to the other They were separated by cutting the cord and at this writing both are alive and lively Kenncbec is the great unbeaten He ran 12 races last year and won them all 132700 This year he won his first start for his 13th race but in a fast workout he seemed to go amiss in his feet and it was understood that he would not try for the Belmont Stake But he did and won with 20000 to his credit If one feels dull and spiritless In the Spring or early Summer they call it Spring Fever nut there is no over usually It is tho after effect of our Winter habits Tho nerves are mostly at fault Tired wornout 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 lies oratlvo of course wont bring you back to full health in a day or twd but it will do enough in 48 hours to satisfy you that the remedy is roach lag that tired spot Druggists everywhere are advising its use as a iplendld and prompt general tonic It gives more vim and moro spirit to the spoonful than any other known nerve or constitutional tonic It sharpens a falling appetite aids digestion frees sluggish livers and cldnoys and brings new life strength and ambition Test it a few days and jo convinced Pennys Drug Store Tramp Can I see the lady of the house MaidNo shes engaged TrampThat dont make any dIffer- ence I dont vant to marry her Will Cure Consumption A A Horren Pinch Ark writes Foloys Honey and Tar is tho best preparation for coughs colds and lung trouble I know that it has ourod consumption In the first stages You never heard of any one using Foloys Honey and Tar and not being satisfied Pennys Drug Store The antiracing bill has been favor ably reported by the Joint Judiciary Committee of the Louisiana House of Representatives More than 2000000 words of testi mony have been taken already in the governmcntasuit to dissolve tho Stan dard Oil Company To stop any pain anywhere In 20 minutes simply take just one of Dr Snoops Pink Pain Tablets Pain moans congestion blood pressure that Is all Dr Shoops Headache or Pink Pain Tabletswill quickly coax blood pressure away from pain centers After that pain Is gone Headache Neuralgia painful periods with women etc get Instant help 20 Tablets 25c Sold by Pennys Drug Store A Frankfort dispatch says Gov Willson went to Lexington to attend a meeting of the board of trustees of the State University The Powers case records went along too If you will make Inquiry It will bo a revelation to you how many succumb to kidney or bladder troubles in one form or another If the patient ISlnot beyond medical aid Foleys Kidney Cure will cure It never disappoints Pennys Drug Store S Three hundred tons of tobacco are distributed annually among the sailors of the British navy It is sold to them at costIGoats for Sale I have for sale goats and harness to nt themFork Well either double or lnilktlsd tour Angora goats bargainUulAilDc tonvllleKy Small Farm For Sale Hltuated on Bomertet pike tour miles from Htanford Contains acres Good residence and abundant outhouses In good For further call at this officeADMINISTRATORS NOTICE I All persons having claims against 1L 0 Ilrlght will present thom properly proven to B It Bright 1enont owtiisc said estate wlhcom6forword and settle at once JT IIUIUHT Admr II 0 Bright CIIOttt NOTICE I All person who having been and are now trespassing on the public roods of Lin coin county Ky by obstructing the wny In any manner are hereby notified to remove same at once or they will bo prose cuted to the fullest extent of the law This April 21 1KX H K MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No ft Ft A M will meet Instated communication on each first and third Monday nights of each month nt law oclock In their hull on Main street Stun fond Ky Members of sister lodges are fan Penny1V RheumatismI buttfunl Noh remedy that wits strsJcbton distorted limbs of chronic cripples nor turn boar rrowths back to flesh anln That U impossibly Hut Ian noW surely ktll the pains and pangs this d plonba disease a chemist In the aty DarmstadtISoound the lag Ingredient wtth Which Dr hoops Rheumatic Remedy was made a perfected prescription Without that last losredlent i suennroUy treated many than cases of RbsomatUm but now ht Urt II unl fonnly cons all curable cases of this heretofore much dreaded disease Those sandUka granular wastes found in Kb umatlcniood seem todlsaolr and pas away under the action of this remedy as to puts waterAnddtheniwhendfisoly the poisonous waste freely pats from the system and the cause of Rheumatism Is lone forever There ls now no real nredtio actual excuse to suffer looier without bolp We sell and in cwifldenc recommend Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy PENNYS DRUG STORE Lincoln Squirrel lied Imy ayears old black lntslA hands high mind full male hruvy mono splendid buck and line condiiimidwecotIhigh mounted shouldirs n tired horse but I use hint only In liarmis and a store iierfect harnis horse I have never seen can step very lust with extrenru high action oil around and I think him to wane of th hOlt utalllon In time State to breed to to get good highclass walktrot youcanaryHe line some yearling twoyearold colt that I Invite breeders to see IKnioiiKK Lincoln sired by dnrlonHnulrrelIKH IIP iwBlack Htiulrrel Wlllhupir7I16untnln Sad dam by Hughes Kdwln Fort Lincoln Hllulrrols let dnm Kate itensetiger by Me r Breeze full irothiT to Miiudu Messijnger record 210 lnd den Maria 1p auw y War light n full brother to Lady Thorn 211 Ird lam Motile Grow by Holms Yorkshire Black Squlrrvls grand sire Is the slrw of snore olnss saddle horses thou nighlandand many other Will milk the senton of IWnt w burn In Htanford at Slim to Insure a hiving colt Money due when colt ls fonltd or lure pnrt d with Happy BrummeL lied sorrel 8 white feet star and snip full 5thandH hlgh1lycar old maul netyoung diiddlu stallion that I ever owiiHl Hired by Beau he teats llrum marl 1st dam PonnleAlutoot by Almont Jr iutdam byHllver Denmark Srd denhy llninliietonlail 10 Hh clam by Hrtnt he IY Vnrrlck he by Tiirbuuu This horse permitted to Mrv only a few mares andwill then bo preimml to defeat all champions Hervloe to Insure n living colt Red Light tohnndhighuxint itelLed0F011L7213tIII non of the treat Mmlwttn It like ind NoouduybylItEhnoiii tllhdnmDiOinlsingyoung IIctlontbllt wJlbtcoltIsIll IllrJA31EHItnEAZLnYStanford 7Cy s Choice Goods Foaled January IVOli black with white points 161 hands Blred by Wonder and out of Ohonault Jennet M7 Wonder wai sired by ha by Imported Belknap Choice Ooodsdam U by JumllO lie was bred byCharles Ohonault of ltoga- III Hunt ner county Tenn and tin great Inv dividual lie won the blue tie In tho sweep- stake ring at the Htato fair pt Nashville and hat many more bluo ties te hit credit See Uholco food before you breed He will serve Jennet at IS and Mares at lit to insure living colt Wilt stand two other Jacks at 110 to insure living colts Win alto stand the magnificent draft stal lIerr lit to Inure a living colt SLHUAIGIIMANHtnnford- KyBeau Naboth 45006 By Naboth 10116 byNorvnlIn J by Metropolitan IsTJ by Hambletou Ian and dam Josephine Iiy Mambrln Htnrllght l1li2 by Dnrlbny tit 4th dnm Mary lthoroughhnritbthdentby dam ThorntonltntUtr standingi33proved Id ability to Iminrt ills qualities to coltsWllltand at tho burn of Felix White miles south otHtnnford near Homeritt pike lit IIS to Insure a living colt Mare from u distance grazed at SM Money due when timers personwith or bred elsewhere The latcare taken though no restlunslbllltrfor no cldentt or escapes Btanford Ky ALMONT DARE ilteglitered AM IL ItI Sired by Dignity Dare IWJ A H II 81 He by Chester Dare lo ho by llluck Squirrel lie by lIIack hI by King WII Ham 97 IitdantToxaway Keg cl AT II ltsheby Mambrlno he byAhnontitr2nddaleLady Davis by Grit JlaI by lIourllon Uhlf IInl dam Iattle 1IUllOrtetIlugartedIhtzenLNotJt Almont Dare no far at we are able to discover 1s tho first on recant hay- Ing to his credit the honor of defeating with his own progeny those of hU great sire Dig ally Dare so last year every time coming In contact with them As an Indi vidual this Is n very attractive hone stand ing 14 hands with great style A beautiful Imy with manners unparalellrd even by n filly A remarkable show horse In harness nnu under saddle Show distinct saddle gaits all very fast and pleasant with speed of a S minute clip In harness One cannot conceive of a liner bred hone tracing jj times to Imported horses on Ids dent lele alone traCt to I m ported Messenger tines Imp Dlomedes times to lump lluixard 3 times Ulcnco times rianior FllnuepIilaekfastTrnveler rareop1artunitytobreeltooneofAmerleaebest Will niso stand two good mule lacks at Ieach Will make the season of IHN at my place IK tulles from HuiUmvllluon Ilutton vlllnand Liberty turnpike Crass farnUhed relllOnIblKH HONilustouvlll Chester S This son of Chester Dare will make the present season at my taint Iy mil front- Mctanuey on Mehinuey anti J1lddlebllrg at to Insure u livIng colt DKxrKirriox AMD rmuumtr He Is n black with star In with all the style mtd IInlihhurnettrIlU of the Chester hare family u good acting horse and a proven brwder Hee him before booking your mures If you are poking for a good breeder at pries Sinai by Ches danlbyhippyChester Peavine 3184 AH Hlt In offering the service of thl young stab lion to the public do not hesitate Is the best saddle stallion Unit willbe offend for service In this county this yet ni his hrealing will slow Hired l ltex lenvliiM l Nihe by Hex Mctxinald tttl lit dam Miss Mndlton IM she by Chester here 2nd dam by IVnvlne M more extended Iwdl greo willI urnlihed l on nppllcatlon This stallion has the brit blool of the saddle horse world In him Both 2nd dent by Pea vine al cruise twice to Black ulrr twice to Htnnrwull Jackson once to Pave Akin 775 With the style and finish of heater Dare the stamina Bud action of IVavlne how cm he bred wrong Ills sire Hex Pen vlne produced three chuniplonihln winner of lust year In Edna Mae Mattte Hale and May Diiy Her and breed to him If you want the hest Will serve n limited number of wares at pa to luture n living roll At the same time cud place will stand three a good mule Jacks as can be found In the country nt the low price of p to Insure u living colt- Moueydttewith nil the more advertised stock when colt Is foaled or when timer leaves handa of owner at time of service or bred to other stock All cnN taken to prevent accidents but not ivuponilblK should nay occur priceH Ky ASHLAND BROOK No 117W1- Vol A T H Iti bred by Kngine lluik ere IorlttowII1 Ky Ashland brook wear buy with left hind foot white stands its lands high IjtDianEK Hired by Hllvnt Brook No MnrgnretBallsgntehi itlIlotHllcnt Jlrook by lhuknightNo2dthe dr of Search I und Volpu tAv iMrknlcht sired by Alcyone No record isli AHlilund hooks lit darn Ilium Wren by lhlllllli Wilko tM record t1i time sire of John it fientry 2l40Suily10h- er Ji Addend Wllkf sired by sled Wilkes he by Wllkei setond dams Hide sllly hy lretuuder l l rt Jim Monroe tea- NiTAsldma111rook Is n IIHIHIKOIIIO fel low with tuts of subitane has hold W- going with lots of upeed style BIH notion first of colts came lust and livy were nil one could exiwotthiDiitl beer lug good colors with plenty ol sue and lots of styli tied finish Anhlniul hook will imk the pretcnt season at Jib to Insure II living coil Will iilno stand the ureut mull and Jennet ack Hilly Keene ut lor mnre anti lit for to lnturi u living colt llllly boatholrbtcothesire of Jot Illnukburn and llrlg lollu llllly Keen itiind full 10 hand laok with white points and as n breeder Is unsurpassed niiilf or jennet Jack Ills colts tlwnys bringing tilt hlgiiMt price Marm irmltMl partial with or bred elsewhere for felts the limuriincw Mini iuoiiy becomes due lit the time of such transaction KING EAGLE ISO Mat IlIlflJmnllshlhgoes all the Knit with plmuv of speed style and tidbit- 1autumsaHiretl by Iloyul lUIIIIIIIM ho hr On Tlnie1715us by HlulIwull Jackson Tt dent Mpltle Slouluts- nai Will bY the noted slit IJubhtlllo huxliN toil F king Kai pts let tones lfii she liy iviiyiu iiiruuiill lie uj Ultl King Jn Idon 3rd tlllm llurriltDmmurkheby Millers Dunmurk 3 4tbdam by Jim llvIM thoroughbred NOTK Is n combined itulllon breeder of tour clams anti hluh styled colts nil having plenty of 111 mm artlon hit volts will how for thfiiiMtlvts King Eagle will nrnkf thelr fnt season of lull nt our Htablx hnlf miles Ves- tfMlelufordSunthHbetbyOlt pike ut the low of II J to Insure n living colt Wilt tiloarced the grunt niiilu Jock Jim Kwiif nt formurH Jluthconeslredby- the to liuuru n living colt great llllly Kern 1st dent by the John WetlsZnd dam by IleecherJlm Recite Is l5 hands high black with white polntsa great mule lack the sire of tho colt and two yrnr oW that won first In their classes latyear at the Kentucky State Fait- T HAKHIH L UO11T WOOD Phone 7 lUng S Htnnford Ky Prospect 2087 A S H Re I1t At 15 to lame CC S K Carpenter Lawn Mm 2 12 Mlle Wof HUllonvlUcII This combined itnlllou will make the season of IMS at Lawn Hero Htock Farm tulles West of ItustonvllleKyon the Bred lordivllle and Huntonvlllu pike near Oar titan trade peltedkith a living colt or or bred to ano titer horse without consent of italllon owner forfeits Insurance thu season becomes due on time or such notion Men retained on all colts till season ll pntd Mares untied at ftja per month Grain fad If desired at reasonable rates All bills trust be wild be fore removal of mam Mam entrusted will receive our personal attuntlon but wo will not be ropolIslble for IIccldell or ca capes gacnirrjor foaled In lun in hands high Weight Ills tiny with two hind fet white to ankle A model of gust beau exeeptonallyof feet and leg with the and more style than any horse III Ky Extremely line weathers with nock corning out lit exactly the proper giving wonderful style harness and under saddle A twaullful ear set up exact ot dnee A very lmi ortant ten turwlnnllmf hone lie It a hone of ex treme high action and every foot In linn action nye well defined laddlHRiilttwIth a beautiful trot In liar in i T S to D S buy 10 In the of suits and suit to your un have be Also and The company I rep Is to HO This line sired b5 the Old This colts wus mare Is Dice colt to breeding Will lit l to until tlin a lieu on W until paid to thu tine sired by D He will tho of dud nt barn nt IS to colt time sits of 1W7 Is now on farm to his In sure A Hoiu ing farm Stanford H halterIEaglets 1st dam ibis No JiW byOnTlme 174 b Jackson 7t Soil dam Abdallah and dent Funks hyIMorganKKMAIIKH IIitltrlorshow of this Proiucct has oxen trout n colt blue In thiand Was winner his 8yearold form At was S first In das Chicago IAIi see ond with mi pre urntlon hKHtlng omo If tin most horses In the Tutted htatei under Middle an Individual ho IIll1h all hIt tu take the rank hatmiorecouldone O ltB K PAUPKNTKIl Phone Hustonville Ky Turnersville Big Department Store of everything at prices that will you money Why not and with us Wo handle everything from a ginger cake an export steer We want your Eggs Chickens Old Iron and Brass Cattle Hogs and Sheep nndthings or anything you have to sell Our Grocery and Dry Goods Stock can not excelled We alto conInection with our business n first clau Blacksmith and Wood Shop Come and deal with us and give us a chance show you how wo can you money LUTES BROS Turnersville Kentucky Roofing For Sale- S a H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky 1 Tinning Plumbing J1fAOAJ Ia4N44 f1 ErrifEDJAnIOvDGE 01W 700 EAJJf l GEORGE s FA RRISa We Have a Few Sets of Buggy Harness Left which is going at Money Saving Prices Qeo D Hoppers Stanford Ky DIGNITY DARE NO 1982 A R 30 t Monoy when so1l1jmllodor fmrtwl lwith Owned by Carpenter Hustonville KyrCI GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU readymade clothing when thero is little dlltllrllnc price ready- made n made measure taken II tailor I n SpringAStnnumergoodsIcan nnstdrellult Overcoats Trous Sri Fancy Vests resent second none i1UPlIYTailorStanford Stonewall JacksonJrblack Hnddle Htulllon was great saddle breeding stallion Hioiifwnll dam u Denmark He a Ile hits culls prow hlH good stand weaning I hold till col fur Hurron mures miidu stund by Imprvgimtor Billy BreckinridgeT- his blaclc was Maor Harris Imported jack maku smison my insure weaning Rtmy show for good breeding lie u tad getter T Trnylor Pleasant F D No rlllock he by King Williamono Dean Stonewall In 0110W hone horse wlnnliugmany other Htntle a harness hors through Ilbertyvllle III horse stow Ida At was noted the As a brtlurfront demand XlIftllgllI Full save come trade to have to save and H Insure due tuaro is Why Insure John until breed ranks GILBERT CREEK BARGAIN STORE tg Tnko no onironl for itt come and sco my nuw HirliiK HUB Also 1leGoodA fw stilts nt east left yet I wIll lit yer grateful for your patroi iK D JHMITH PRESTON 922 Vol 1U- 1restonls ono of the greatest five gnited show that Kentucky has over pro dncudwinnlug ut sill tlllI KIIlck fairs Bud also at the hUrl shows nt Louisville hrownhunewith line style and very high netlon Sired by Washington fll First dam Hell by llhoderlck suit MoQwl den by IHiinmrk It u useless to commuted him as the pro lilt of this and countlo s know till ruconl as n show horse uiidalsofor brovdlng purpose fcoltinoatli but nut responsible for ucoldnnt or escape of stork HIIISOII title If inure Is traIl ed or purled with J HAILKY Crab Orchard Ky