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F THE INTERIOF JOURNAL XXXVISTANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 9 1908 N0 28VOL as and Her Troubles IITex TEXAS Juno liIt may in terest some of you to get a Kllrap e of the iltuation of farmers In central Te- xaN arrived at Moody April 29 and l a few days rest I drove out In the country an it is called hero It- all would look like country to tho peo pie of the thickly settled part of Kentucky 1 found cotton up some three or four Inches high and growing nicely was considered a fair prospect for a crop rorn was also looking fine Tho weather was then clear and pretty looked as if though the crops were sure 1 but on May 10 there camo a flood that washed tho earth away What It didnt wash away it covered up leaving the farmers as before they planted Their motto being if at first you dont sue v ceed try try again they never be came discouraged but went ahead and planted again and just as tho cotton was up looking fine tho second time a terrible wind swept over tho country killing tho cotton in Ita path turning It black as If though there had been a heavy frost So the majority of tho farmers have planted tho third time and yet are not discouraged but nil predict a poor cotton crop and as tha- is the staple crop here it means some to Texas farmers Wheat was almost a failure this year but oats are fine will thresh 70 to 100 bushels to tho acre Besides the floods and hot winds to kill their crops they havo had sever al cyclones In Texas and all the South ern states I crossed some of their de structive paths as I came into Texas and seeing tho terrible destruction and distress loft in their path one has cause to become unnerved at tho sight of a cloud and hastens at onto to the near- estI storm houso for safety I will men lion one incident which occurred in a town which I passed through immediately after tho cyclone Tho cyclone t struck the town with terrible force oaring most of tho houses into splin ten and moving all from their founda tions and ono houso in tho very center oftlio cyclone path was torn down all but a partition and a chimney In tho center and thero was a mantel on each side of tho chimney and a clock on each mantel and after the cyclone had passed the clocks were found running I having never been moved from their position This may Bound fishy to somo of you honest Kentucky people but never the less It is true- I find a great many Kentuckian in this part of Texas and the majority of them are land owners and are consid ered tho very best citizens BFor fear Ill tire you with my scrib bung Ill close A Lincoln lad II R JONES Expletives Tho Confectioner Fudge The ChinomanRats I Tho SurgeonCut it Out The DrummerXounds y Tho Culprit Mercy Tho TaxidcrmistStutr Tho JokerNonscnso I Tho AccountantTwcntythrco The Lumberman Skldoo Tho AdvertiserCome I Como I Tho Reporter Beat It I Tho Musician Fiddlesticks The Yellow Journalist Horrors I Tho DlvcrOh Splash Tho PoliticianConfound It Tho Executioner Hong It Tho Egotist Oh mo Oh My The Cook Cheese It Tho Masseur Rubber Tho Preacher Heavens The MillerDamn I The Sinnerh ell A man who IK In perfect health BO ho can do an honest days work when necessary has much for which ho Iti should bo thankful Mr L C Hod Kors of Bronchton Pn writes that ho was nut only unable to work but ho couldnt stoop over lo tie his own shoos Six bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure made a now man of him Ho says Success to Foloyu Kidney Cure Pennys Drug Store Cures Gapes Instantly UAJIDSTOWN KY May 4 1008 One drop of II 11144 dropped down the bill of a gaping chicken kills the worms and relieves the chicken In stantly Whon fed In feed or water It Is the best preventive I have over seen Will Coomes 4 Tho Bowling Green News crows over tho fact that not a single man was arrested there circus day for drunk enness and thinks that prohibition is vindicated saloons having been abol thereNotice Chicken Raisers n 41144 cures cholera gapes roup canker and llmborncck Price 60o No cure no pay Gunranteed by New Stanford Drug Co r Tho Q d C hauled 450 carloads of strawberries from tho Southern market to Cincinnati and other cities Here and There Tho Supremo Court of Missouri hal declared the eight hour train dispatch ere law unconstitutional Firo of unknown origin gutted the plant of the American Seeding Machln Co causing a 50000 loss Mrs Annett Swlgcrt aged 73 years wife of Gen Daniel Swigert tho note thoroughbred reeder Is dead in Fay otte H C McDonald 01 years of age died at Houston Tex from a dose of Paris green taken by mistake for cream of 200 residences and barns were destroyed by a tornado near Charles City la Tho path of the tornado was only 10 rods wide It is now estimated that there nre over 10000000 worth of poles used rlr stringing telephone and telegraph wire on In this country Dr George F Catlin of New Haven a member of the senior class at Yale was drowned at Branford by the over turning of a canoe Ely Snyder an insurance agent or Bloomfield was drowned in Salt river when he attempted to cross the strean at Foremans ford Gov Mogoon of Cuba expects to sail for Colon on Saturday to act nl referee in tho arbitration of tho Panama claims against the United States Largely Increased orders have neces dilated an increased output In tho Birmingham Iron district and It is eat mated that within the next few day 8000 men will bo given employment- Dr Gustavo Nautze 38 years old formerly a surgeon In tho United States army stationed at Jefferson Barrack and at Fort Lcavenworth was fount dead in his ofllco in St Louis It is believed he succumbed to an attack of apoplexy MATRIMONIAL Mr and Mrs A R Burnam of Rich mond have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Sara Burnam to John Jennings Grecnlcaf The wedding will be celebrated on Juno 13th Miss Margurlto Dykes and Mr Elmo Tate of Richmond stole a march on their friends by going to Cincinnati where they were married at the horn of the brides sister Mrs handy Nip pert Miss Dykes was recently graduated from the Madison Institute H G Goclltz of Belleville III and Miss Louise Giovannoli formerly or Danville were married in Baltimore by Dr Neely of the Presbyterian Church The bride is a sister of Harry Giovan noli the wellknown newspaper man but who Is now holding a good clerkship In WashingtonIn halls of Caldwell Col logo in which she graduated with honors on Wednesday Miss Elizabeth Jean Hayes was at noon today married to Mr Philo C Dix of Louisville Miss Hayes is tho charming daughter of Mr and Mrs H A Hayes of Reedsvllle N C For tho past two years she has beed a student in Caldwell College where she has made a brilliant record as a pupi and because of her many persona traces has won for herself u host or devoted friends Advocate Weak womun should try Dr Shoop Night Cure These soothing heal Ing antiseptic suppositories podlrec to Clio seat of those weaknesses My Book No 4 For Women contains navy valuable hints to women and it In free Ask Dr Shoop Racine Wis to mall U Ask tho Doctor In strict est confidence any question you wish answered Dr Shoops Night Cures sold by Pennys Drug Store A certain Kentucky Justice of the Peace was called upon to marry a run away couple who drovo up to his house When tho final words were said tho bridegroom fumbled in his pockets and orally fished out a silver dollar JcdRC said he this heros all the cash Ive got in tho world If you wants it you km have it but I dont mind telling you that I set it aside for tho honeymoon expenses Womans Homo Companion The Best Pills Ever Sold After doctoring IB years for chron ic Indigestion and spending over two hundred dollars nothing has dono mo a much good as Dr Kings Now Life Pills I consider them tho best pills over sold writes IL P Ays cue of Inglosldo N C Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store 23o Tho Supremo Court of Missouri hand ed down un opinion deciding that II quor dealers havo a right to ship in toxicating liquors into local option counties C O D when salons made where shipment is made Stanford residents should use Hyo mol at this season nod euro catarrhal troubles which are so prevalent Sold by Pennys Drug Store under guaran tee I NEWS NOTES Robbers cracked the safe of the Bank of Falrland Okla and escaped with 10000A of switchmen and brakemen has been called on the Nashville Chat tanooga and St Louis railroad Owensboro was chosen as the place for the next convention of the Kentucky federation of Womens Clubs Gov A E Willson presented the diplomas to the largo graduating class of Kentucky State University at Lex ingtonSoldiers guarding tobacco beds In Montgomery county fired on a party of fox hunters mistaking them for night hundred and seventy Australians are said to have been drowned in a typhoon which destroyed a pearl fish ing fleet There were 225 failures in the United States during the week ending Juno 4 the smallest number reported for any week since last October In a quarrel over the tobacco situa tion Nobe ONan shot and seriously wounded Trump Harp a neighboring farmer of Henry county Prof John H Neville after 5G years service as a school teacher has resign ed as dean of the classical department of Kentucky State University The Supreme Court of Missouri de tided the State grainweighing law to be unconstitutional on tho ground that it permits of a multiplicity of suits Eight persons were killed outright and many others injured In a headon collision on tho Washington Baltimore and Annapolis electric railway near of Bracken county who was whipped by night riders swore out warrants for seven men charging them with being in the party that assaulted him Tho Ohio troops who are patrolling tho district infested by night riders say they are tired of temporizing with the night riders and hereafter they will shoot to kill In a difficulty which arose over tho tobacco war Nobe ONan shot and seriously wounded Trump Harp near Harpers Ferry just across the Franklin county line in Henry county While playing two little Currey child ren In Montgomery found a bottle of whisky and drank some of the contents The girl aged seven died and tho boy narrowly escaped the same fate Four men were killed and two others died afterward from injuries received from tho explosion of a boiler tube on the armored cruiser Tennessee en route from Santa Barbara to Los Angeles Ohio troops patrolling in the neigh borhood of Manchester had a sharp skirmish with a body of night riders Several volleys were exchanged but so far as known no one was wounded The Executive committee of the Un ion Pacific Railroad Company has rati fied an issue of 50000000 bonds This is part of the issue of 100000000 al ready authorized by the stockholders Robbers cracked the safe of the Bank of Fairfield at Fairfield Okla and escaped with 10000 Tho robbery was committed by three men who escaped on horseback Posses are in pursuitThe verdict against Walter R Gillette former vice president of tho Mutual LIfo Insurance Company who had been convicted of perjury was sot aside by the Appellate division of the New York Supremo Court George Powell and Herman Richard Crenshaw alleged night riders were promptly acquitted by the juries at their trials at Hopklnsville Warrants were issued for six other farmers charging them with tho same offense TThinks It Saved His Life Lester M Nelson of Naples Maine says In a recent letter I have used Dr Kings New Discovery many years for coughs and colds and I think It saved uiy life I have found It a reliable remedy for throat and lung complaints and would no moro bo without a bottle than I would be without food For nearly 40 years pow 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 roc and 81 Trial bottle free Auvcrno plantation tho estate of the lato W W Baldwin four miles Southwest of Maysville was visited by night- riders Every plant bed on tho place was scraped and salted and many mounds in them in tho shapo of graves Bucklons Arnicn Salve Wins Tom Moore of Rural Route 1 Cochran Ga writes I had a bad sore como on the Instep of my foot and could find nothing that would heal It until I applied Bucklens Arnica Salvo Less than half of a 25c box won tho day for ino by affecting n per feel cure Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug Store IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES L E Aunt has leased the Somerset creamery and will operate It Robert McAnnlch of Casey had n valuable mule to die from heat Charles Huffman formerly of Somerset was drowned at mouton 0 Ace Clements a good citizen ol Casey is dead after a long illness Mrs Letcher Riker of Harrodsburg was re elected president of the State Federation of Womens Clubs which closed its annual convention at Padu cahA shrewd piece of detective work on the part of Jailer Hines a few days alto prevented a wholesale liberation ot prisoners now Incarcerated in the Pu laski county jail J II Swope of Danville sold to S L Jenkins of Groom Texas a tract of Texas land on which the former cleared 4700 Mr Swope also sold to Mrs Nannie B Jones two lots on College avenue for 1428 An unknown mulatto boy was killed by a freight train North of East Bern stadt The boy was stealing a ride on the train and had been put off by the crew several times He fell underneath the train near No8 tunnel Dozens of railroad people have been scouting the town for dwellings but all are found to be occupied Many of the railroad men will go to Oakdale on ac count of tho expense of living there be- Ing lighter there than hereAdvocate As tho result of a little shooting af fray between Oscar Bogtlc and Richard Sowder Bostic had Dr Southard em ployed several hours Monday evening picking shot out of his body arms and head Sowder says Bostic emptied his pistol at him The trouble came up over a division fenceMt Vernon Sig nalAt a meeting of the Mercer County Board of tho Society of Equity Chair man A G Kyle was ordered to turnover to tho local banks checks for 12 000 received in payment for Mercer county pooled tobacco sold and delivered More than onehalf of the Mercer county pooled crop has been sold for immediate delivery It will be turned over as quickly as it can be handled and about 875000 more will be dumped into the coffers of the Mercer growers A Grand Family Medicine It gives me pleasure to speak n good word for Electric Bitters tI writes Mr Frank Conlan of No 430 Houston St New Yorklilts a g and family medicine for dyspepsia and liver complications while for lame back and weak kidneys It cannot be too highly recommended Electric Bitters regulate the digestive fuse Lions purify the blood and impart renewed vigor and vitality to the weak and debilitated of both sexes Sold under guarantee at Pennys Drug- Store floe We want no Jim Crow churches in the north What we do want is the church of Jesus Christ The white and the black children attend our public schools together Then why should they not attend Gods house together said the Rev Littell in the United Pres byterian Assembly in session at Pitts burg Pa The reverend brother seems to bo fully as good as a Negro himself and if that race doesnt object he can eat and sleep with its members too if ho likes says tho Frankfort State Journal To TilE INSURING PUBLIC Having lost my dwelling by firo and being sured with Jesse D Wearen the Insurance Man Stanford Ky I take pleasure in recommending him and the- o m panics represented by him for lib eral and prompt settlements my claim having been paid dollar for dollar deducting nothing but paying all he in sured me for cash without discount Very truly L G Hubble Hubble Ky At the conclusion of a labor meeting in Paris which was attended by about 1000 persons to protest against tho filling and wounding of strikers at Vig teux by gendarmes a largo number of workmen took part in disturbances on tho street fronting the meeting hall They attacked tho police with bottles ones and stones wounding 13 of them wo seriously Many of the rioters were beaten by tho police and 10 arrests were made W II Ward of Dycrsburjr Tonn writesII1hls is tocerUfy that I have used Orlno Laxatho Fruit Syrup for ironic constipation and It has pros on without a doubt to bo a thorough practical remedy for this trouble and II Is with pleasure I offer my consclen lous reference tI Pennys Drug itoro em WE can send you tho CourierJournal or Louisville Times from now until Dee 1 for 125 This offer is good on iy for INTERIOR JOURNAL subscribers md money must always be accompan lied by the order Cool Comfortable Summer Clothes 1 If mtr W Come and see our line of Summer Clothes and be convinces of the high quality of our goods SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps La dies and Gents Furnishings Etc A Smile That Wont Come OffA- ll of my customers have this smile when they visit my CUT PRICE SALE I must reduce my stock My loss is your gain This includes Calicoes Ginghams Shirtings and all Cottons My cut price in shoes will be a wonder tQ you This includes Slippers No attention paid to cost in this sale See our reduction in LA 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 youS4with us willgo as far as 85 elsewhere Yours for fair exchange CHAS WHEELER the Price Fighter the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 33330OO Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER JOHN O REID BOOKKEEPER HC CARPENTER ASST BOOKKEEPR DIRECTORS J B Owsloy Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John 13 Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford John F Cash Stanford J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek 7irst Rational tank Stanford sir r OrffanUatf SS2 Capital 3ioek SSOOOO Surplus and lmHoided iProfHs 39 000 Jfas paid in Dividends snoa Organization ZII 500iSnuito 9aiv recounts on Our 9lferllJ OFFICERS I S Rocker President- S T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier IL O Baughman Asst Cashr WWSaunders Bookkeeper DIRECTORS F Reid J H Oaugbman M D Elmore J M Pettus S H Baugbman J F Cummins S T Harris James Robinson T P Hill J S Hacker C E Tale j THE SAFEST AND QilffiKftff WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPO RATIO t JournalrK Co WALTON J W FOLEY Ii candidate for Anoiiorof Lincoln coun ty subject to the nctlon of the democratic party WL MCARTY Is n candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln conn ty subject to the action ot the democratic party M S BAUGHMAN It n candidate for Sheriff of Lincoln county subject to the action of tho democratic party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Ii n candidate for the nomination for Judge of the Lincoln County Court subject to th action of the democratic party JAMES MKECHNIE Ii a candidate for magistrate In the titan lord district subject to the democratic prl mary of Juno 6 JOHN J MOSER Ii candidate for Jailer of Lincoln 4subject to the action of the Democratic 4IM BRUCE Ii a candidate for Jailer of Lincoln count abject to the action of the Democratic C HAYS JJAMES of Lincoln of the Democratic 0 C ALLEN Ii a candidate for Assessor of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party n DINK FARMER Ii a candidate for tie Democratic nomina tion for jailer of Lincoln county subject to the action of the democratic party iDEMOCRIlT1C TICKET HARVEY HELM roflLlncoln county tBOTIIExGov J C W Beckham kn- t Senator McCreary will go as delegates to the Denver Convention but who the r other two of the Big Four will be justf Paynter and Congressman James hav t the call The county conventions Sat urday were remarkable for the d feeling exhibited and if appearances ConvenTwill be the most harmonious one for years So mote it be Harmony is what we need but we cant afford har i mony if it costs the turning over the i party to the infernal bolters who have twice helped to defeat Bryan who defeated the entire democratic ticket lastt year and elected W O Bradley Sent ator a few months ago Give the bol ters A chance to repent if they so de sire but if a fatted calf Is to be killed let those democrats who have borne the heat and burden of the day enjoy it THERE are some evidences of are vival of business activity though no very marked The woolen and cotton goods trade is larger than it was a lot of pig iron has changed hands late ly and most of the reports of retail trade are favorable It will take lots of more improvement however if t tthefull dinner pall is to figure in the campaign REPRESENTATIVES of the allies will introduce no more evidence in the con tests at Chicago and will make a form al protest to the Republican National Convention on the manner in which they are being ignored by the dominat tag elements In the party Senator elect W 0 Bradley has been selecteda- s as their spokesman before the conven r i tion LOUISVILLE is the plague spot on i the Repulican map reads a headline in the Louisville Times and that paper might have well added she is ditto on the democratic map The Falls City itacA PITTSBURG bank teller has just been given 10 years in the penitentiary for embezzlement of 1105000 Had he stolen a horse he would likely have caught it twice as heavy The bigger tt the steal the lighter the punishment in l the great East i POLITICAL 4TheBryan leaders expect Senator landrsays his chief will not accept another nomination for Vice President t Idaho Democrats will send contesting delegations to the Denver Convention sets of delegates however are in i1Both for Bryan official returns from the Iowa Republican Senatorial primary of last Tuesday give Senator Allison a majori ty of 9373 over Gov Cummins Friends of Henry R Prewitt of Mt J Sterling havo announced his candidacy for chairman of the Democratic State Central and State Executive committees J Senator A J Oliver has withdrawn from the race for the republican nomination for Congress in the Third dis srict leaving Dr A D James a clear ufieldr If- i J + John Sharp Williams will not be a delegate to the Democratic National Convention as he has made a contract to deliver lectures on the Chautauqua circuitCongressman J F Laning of Nor walk 0 was indicted on a charge of embezzlement in connection with the recent failure of the Ohio Trust Company of Norwalk It was admitted that President Roose velt is making plans to go to Africa next April where ho will spend a year hunting big game He will be accom panted by his son Kermit Gov Willson appointed Perry D Cole as assistant State mine inspector to succeed J D Cain who resigned to accept a place outside the State Both men live in Laurel county and Mr Cain has been assistant inspector for several years The Capitol Commission will pur chase three large safes with time locks for tho offices of the Governor Sec retary of State and Treasurer Smaller safes will be provided for other State Taft delegates at large from Florida and the Taft delegates from Second district of Florida were scale by the National Republican Committee The Kentucky contests were not reach ed Saturday Tho Board of Control of Charitable Institutions at its meeting found that it would be necessary to employ an architect and mechanical engineer be fore making the improvements for which appropriations were made at the recent legislative session THOUGH assurances had come from more than enough counties to nominate Col Robert G Evans as delegate from the Eighth Congressional District to the Denver convention he has declined to make the race owing to the recent bereavement in the family lie and hI friends deeply appreciate the proffered supportAdvocate IThe Line Being Obliterated The sentiment that there is no longer sectional hatred in America was reiter ated with new emphasis today at the annual memorial service held at the Confederate cemetery at Camp Chase thee gray are buried The speaker on the part of the Confederacy was the Rev Dr Edward 0 Guerrant of Wilmore Ky who was Captain in the First Brigade Kentucky Cavalry under Gen John H Morgan the famous raider who was captured with some of his men and continued for a time in the Ohio penitentiary when he made his escape Mr Guerrant said that 43 years ago it would have taken all o Gen R E Leos army to have him here but that on this occasion his only escort was his daughter a little Rebel girl Mr Guerrant said that he had seen many things that once h never expected to see and one of them was a Confederate Captain speaking in the capital city of Ohio David F Pugh for the veteratn associations Al G Field the minstrel also delivered an address There were numerous floral tributes and the decorations of the speakers stand were magnolia leaves intertwined with flowers grown in Columbus and flags of the Stars and Stripes crossed with flags of the Stars and Bars Members of the Grand Army and a few Con federate veterans made a large portion of the gathering Columbus 0 dis patch CHURCH MATTERS Rev D W Robertson of George town preached two very able sermons at the Methodist church last Sunday The Stanford District Sunday School Convention will meet at the Presbyterian church next Friday evening at 730 oclock The Goshen meeting closed with 38 additions 32 of whom were baptized in Dix River Sunday afternoon by Eld J G Livingston Bishop Henry C Potter is suffer ing from a nervous breakdown It is declared that his indisposition has caused him to abandon his trip to Eu ropePreaching at the Methodist church next Sunday morning and night by the pastor This will bo the first sermon the pastor has preached for several weeksAfter spending 30 years as an actor Reginald Barlow son of Milt G Barlow once a prominent minstrel has announced that to enter the ministeryIn United States District Court at Richmond Va Rev James T Hargrave an unfrocked clergyman of the Episcopal Church pleaded guilty to a charge of using the United States mails to and was sentenced to eight deCraudJ all Bishop Brewster of Connecticut was among the wit nesses against Hargrave Health Coulee is really tho closest Coffee Imitation over yet produced This clever Coffee Substitute was recently 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 oxpert who might drink it for Coffee No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Made in a minute says the do tor Sold by Pennys Drug- Store I MEETING AT JuudoClarcnco J Sipplo will preach at thus Camp Grounds Tabernacle at 745 oclock Thursday and Friday evenings Juno 11th and 12th in the interest of the camp meeting Everybody cordially invited Friday evening after preaching services we wl have a meeting of the trustees an stockholders and want none of them to be absent We are now building a largo dining hall with lunch stand and bag gage room combined This building wo will rent out to any good reliable per son to run Any one wishing to rent this will please address either of the following Mr Ike Terry Hustonville Ky R F D or C J Sipple McKln nev Ky The Camp Meeting proper will be held Aug 6th to 16th inclusive The distinguished preachers will be Rev J B Harris Wilmore and Miss Lucy Lee Mahan London Are yo coming We welcome you and will t to do you good D C Sipple E C Burk James Meredith Jno Skidmore r Ike Terry Trustees iFOR SALTMy splendidly improved bestIcounty Calldon or me Ky FOR SALE I CockltlIEggsMallard Duck Kggs or young Ducks Cal nnd tee them dial J KIIXIHTOS Phone 7 Crnb Orchard Ky PUBLIC SALE I II will tell at public auction nt my home In Crab Utchnnt sit I v x IhnrponHATtMtDAY thufollowingduscrltprlpropertyOnehandsoon good as new und sweet of tone Household and kitchen furniture lots of beds and lied centrealounges j or 8 rocking chairs and man other thing too tedious to mention Alto garden utensils Terms made known on day of sale W M DOOKKH M D J I Chandler Auct Adorinas Fox Is n handsome large young Jersey Bull descended from n stud unbroken line of the most noted bulls end rows on the Inland of Jersey England and America Ills sire Is one of the Lest bulls ever Imported Bad his dam Is n show cow that has ej Voundsof rich milk In one day If you be lien Like begets Like or the Likeness of some Ancestor and have a trlctly good cow you should avail yourself of tilt Icet He will be allowed to serve n limited number of approved registered cow out side of our own herd this yenr for n fee of ieach Make before cow to be bred iIBlitOTLEII KyNbull calves that will be sold at right prIce DONVARRIOC This magnificently bred young stallion intIy piece at 3 to Inlure n living coil lion nfIJust the type you art looking for to breed greateby onward tone of the very best sans of Ueorge Wllkest Onward out of Dolly and no mare ever produced S such ous sons as Onward and Director UnllnrdIHllver won tho Transylvania In n 7 heat race defeating such talent ns Nude yearhechusetts In broken heats Don Vnrrlckii 1st dam by Wilkes tiny by George Wilke and a full sister to The Wag tIW tnd dmry ug e t Ie dlll11 of alsd line Iatclienshu tlmo dam of Itubbnr rlo Winchester Sl IJIIIy Wilton sound Miss 2 SI This rich Inheritance of speed and blood lines should appeal to the public who withes Mai eskeptat jOe per day All care taken but will not be responsible for accidents or- escapes nil UI PE1t1tYHtantord GALTON J29JO Season of 1001 Sire of Calvin C JWi AI Burns S2t k and six other with trims from to tuliIthose are the only ones that were liver hnllll led for speed Also the sire of one dam with one In the 1OO list Hired b OnmtwUn WII kes21051thesireMSOlntheYlistIS In 210 and netter claimed to be time greatest sire In the world 1st damn Dalsey Field grand dam of S with records of from SU7 to YUhmP b Enfield t12ll sun of Ilambltonlan 10 ullm by Heeleys American Star Knfl ld 2211 has 61n xsw his daughters have In or better 2nd dam Quickstep by Ken tuck IrlnceJrsire ofJ lain Sd73 Lenm onade 227 and dams of the 2au list 3rd dam by old Joe sire of the dam of J qYaJy Oa ton carries the blood of four lending families Hambletonlan Wllkes Uhtet nod Seeleye Amer jonellgalnt can Hta- rInltoaeoltshare ed the bet In harness classes and roadster tings they are In great demand soling as hlga aIfie utter maturity yearlings fiom llo to x550 i 1IlIon will stand at my stable r miles west of Hustonvillo on Urudfonls vllio pike nt IIS to Insure a living colt Mon due If mare Is traded after being bre- dIientyofgnusatYJA per month saved ex pressly for mares no otherstock mixed with mare have grass lots Rod large stables for mares to fool Grain fed at cost Phone In reildenceHuntonvllleKichnngcWM Hustonvllle Ky Morgan DenmarkT- his line stallion will make the present season at the low prlco of eight dollars to In sure n living colt Ho has more Denmark blood than any living stallion as will be shown leis Denmark was sired by the noted stallion On Time ImportedItedgetordLady Morgan was one of the bet and show mares in Kentucky She was sired by Stonewall Jackson S K BAUGHMAN Blackjack with white points Ift f hands high large head nnd ears heavy sired by Tarklngtons Napoleon J KIII11C excellent mule and Jennut Jack nnd a proven sure foal getter An n breeder ho has been true and proven second to none In this local ity He will stand at the low price of IV to Inure a living colt Jennets same terms ns mares JOHNIThe noted Hans Cochran Jack has been tried in this locality for 10 and given satisfaction He U In splendid condition to make tb season mid will stand at the low price of f7 to Insure it living colt You run no risk in patronizing such it Jack BULL 1leTime above mentioned stock will my tern one mile North of lre chlrevllleI pikeMares I price My Individual attention given at all a and skilled service rendered but not responsible should any ocourKOStanford 11 K DNo4 Baetln Phone 78 F Lv 44arw Dorsey Golddust 12052 5 hy11I1RlIIJurilMorgantensely tnbrel Morgan italllon lie It adar urennndunldhorscg combining nil the qualities for harei ness nnd in demand at top prices 10 of hU get having sold for und4yearold only fnran broklnlmlunraising have sold In the average of Ibneyiolddust will make tho present toInlllrtlAlto n large and line n grand son of Tom Keene unit ollnfiJack lit tolnsuroa living colt Mens at IIu pcor lillY toad attention but no responsi bility for accldenu or escapes K luau Danville Ky POSTED drfetluvlryIVpplesMrsHpoonamorarM K Uiwrvnce Ueube Curtis leUIIIKerrlllJMrs J K Iulltam It L 1ulllam AdorMeJanus N Cash J Nevln Curter lhsllouMJdCiirpontcrMrs ThompionThomasDevil llnrton J U Hunch Il Kichardion Jose h Krnst BrosFredTmylorIllesterOwsievNunnellvyWC ItaugbmanJ UlllvensJobnMlohnCnmenlsch WmCMrdler Dan Travlor M D Kimore CETateIOotllbOllck Fred Handorf JJtrlttlanJacobr i A Klbasa Mrs N J Horton Contra Kontuoky Real Estate Exchange TITLE CO No 11 acres on the Waynetburg pike near Highland room house barn antlolhP ThlllntptrtytlJrseNo North of Crab Or chard on the State road hues n tnostory house good tern orchard and Is well water ed about lu acres of this land Is bottom land rind produces fine crops A bargain at 11111 H cash balance in one nnd two years Nollflb acres on Huck Creek near Way nesburg 4room house tent other outbuildings plntyof water luh price fro No 4BS acres smear Level Been Hock castle Ky This farm has a new to story frame Imouewould cost to bulk now tifJM good tern crib Ac located near church and school This Is a nlm home and can be bought for HO per acre S cash re mainder In U months So 5 13 acres adjoining the above farms lOOnrrAS In good born and other outbuildings nice or ohnrd One of time best s rringln the coun ty 1rlce CVAQ hIlUIal balance mid S years No 6In acres adjoining farms Xos and S acres In cultivation balance In tim ber Good white oak hickory mind some tine cutler Has 2story log hue and good orch ard well watered Tush price tMNo 7 acres near Maretsbnrg Ky1110 acres In cultivation good dwelling house barn and necessary outbuildings One water and school church and It It station Trice a5u H cash balance In one and two years nearlyUnot1dwellluyhouaenewbarn miles front Berea College Cash price ou0NoOBtncres on Drakes Creek I miles from Orab Orchard This farm adjoins the pike and Is a part of the ilro Evans tern ibis Is line land and In good condition all necessary buildings Till Is a bargain at 100 per acre No 10711 acres near Stanford Ky In nice shape with neCIlIIIrJ In1lIJnllelccnn be taught worth the money For full particulars In regard to all the above farms seu or write L It Hughes or Jnnif s I White Stanford Ky THE WARFIELD Trlul Ml Trottliu Park Htnlllon lei bands foaled August luil bred ut Kami East Aurora N y Klrstdam Naugh ty Olrl by Ilex AmerlcusSKOO year old re cord HUH sire of 50i American lie II ayr record2iYmnod other inssmllstasonoffnwun11411re lro of Onward silver 50f and othersism the 51u list Onward was sired Wllke Sill Klnl1r1Ilroof7Lord Derby 5034 Heir nt Law 20 ipothers In 210 and dam Dotlet by Nutwood On the sire of Ill In the list 4th dam Topaz by Htrntbmore 4W sire w In the list Cth deal Mlllard by Albion fth darn Ned hyZIIImiJrlnoThe Wurfleld was bred to only 15 mares ohttvilIIWarllteld Is a representative stallion in nil the term Implies To say that he has size substance and speed only Jn purl emphasize son of Dar-eDevilmllahnsthemiandthey are of such symmetrical character ns to make him n among sunny Ills head und neck are perfect and when teeninconnectlon with less gall and great beauty are especially Impressive You should see horse before breeding You will say you never looked at n better one The Warfleld Is the only stallion that has dams to the great brood stare lIt lie lies two afambrhmo King crosses two Mambrlno Intchun two Mnmbrlno Outer ono Chimes one Onward Jeorge Wilkes Electioneer Nutwood Htruthniore more trotting crosses titan any stallion al e The Warlleld In by Dare DovlliWNrccord 2W He by Mambrlno King lfV lie by Mumbrlno Putclien 68 he by Mambrlno Chief II Dam Mercedes by Chimes 6348 by Electioneer hareDevil Is n great winner Ho won the cbnmplonhlP lit tho National horse Shown class jllrst National Horse Show in- nUloiasl5 championship National Horse Hhow UM class 2 first National Horse Hhow isw class 10 chamnlonidilp National Horso lloroHhow- 1fA0olnesatlntllntlonnlllone Show lig0 class llrst Iloston Horso Hhow reserve Iloston Horso Hhow 102 elute Ip econd Boston Horso Hhow MO class 31 see ond lioston Horso Hhow KM Boston Horse Hhow Itttl chose third lios Horse Hholll ltinclau7 He sired Time Ideal 2il5V slro of Princess Hele- nYpDevils Daughter 21111 Sarah Hnm IXWlIIlIIakomill from MOKlnney Ky lit to Insure Living Oolt Will also stand the good BLACK JACK CONQUKItOK at H to Insure a Living Oolt Helsn good Individual 16K hands high white points good length flno loop and feet 8IOVKNS 4 Visitors and tl- i Travelers rWe call your attention to our stock off F Hand Bags Suit Cases And Trunks t 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 andaligator in prices from 250 to 1250 Suit cases Always on Hand eI In various grades from 350 to 15 Our trunk stock is always good and full from a j very cheap one to and extra nice 40inch j ladies trunks Jjr- V l oItIL 4 H J McROBERTSI STANFORD KENTUCKY BICYCLE REPAIRS Double Tube Tires 3 and 350 Each Single Tube Tires 150 Each Inner Tubes M W and 125 Each For all Bicycle Repairs Call on Us out PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Claims Notes And i Accounts I t Y Notes and accounts accepted for collection anywhere in the United States Claims of all kinds carefully looked after in all parts of the country Re I Estate of all kinds sold and exchang ed cIfCorrespondence solicited f F- 1 ti Somerset Real Estate Agency 14Somerset Mir LZL oiThe Interior Journal p BTANFOHD KT JUNK 9 190f 4 RED Cedar Flakes are made from th wood of genuine red cedar and are a Buro protection against moths ICc a package Pennys drug store PERSONALS MR S D KESNER of Springfield Is hero for a few days Miss LUCIB MASSEY Is visiting friends fend relatives at Bryantsvllle sMn AND MRS W M DUNCAN arc from Scottsvlllo for a few daysIbins JAMIE CARPENTER End is visiting her parents vllle Miss BLANCHE VANDEVEER who has been attending school at Indianapolis is at home MR JOHN ENCLEMAN of Louisville visited his father Mr It 0 Engle y i man Sr- MRS LILLU DILLION of Crab Orch with Mrs Booker WilkinsonIfrom the past year MR M B EUIIANKS is back from Sims Olympian Springs where he waa greatly benefited Miss MATTIE MCCLARV is back from Richmond where she attended the State Normal School MRL J IARRiaiN of Monticello 1 here assiiting Rev R B Mahony ir hit Insurance business Miss MARY BAJLEY of Grab Orch ard was the guest of Misses Annie Lewis and Katherine Gentry MRS A T MARTIN and children and Mr J 0 Terry of Somerset are with Mr and Mrs Charles Lovell IRor AND MRS J W DAVIS of Robbins Tenn are with Mr and Mrs C Pruitt at Junction City MISSES GERTRUDE WILKINSON and Ollie Phillips are spending a few dayi q with relatives at Crab Orchard MR IvoN FISH returned to Crab Or chard yesterday after a visit to hei parents Mr and Mrs John Traylor MRS O L HANEY of Cincinnati who has been with Mrs Cicero Rey nold returned to her home Sunday MR AND MRS S D BARTLKY art back from a very delightful bridal tour They visited number of Eastern cities Miss MADELINE TRUB and brother Charles Trub of tho Ottenhelm see ilSn were callers at this office yester dayMn AND MRS Co II HAYUBN of Lulsvllle are visiting his parents in Boyle He attended court here yester dayMRS S W BURKE of Junction City and Miss Ruth Tanner of McKinney leave this week to visit relatives at BirminghamCOL DUDDBRAR Is limping around as tho result of coming in too close contact with the hind foot of a good family mare MRS ANNIE ENCLEMAN and Miss I Nannio Woods Engleman returned yesterday from a visit to the Misses Kitchen at Ashland DR II C NUNNELLEY of Winches ter who on Wednesday will be married to Miss Florence Tanner of Mckinney passed through to that place Saturday 1aMns MARTHA ADAMS will spend sev eral days at Hustonville Her daugh ter Miss Frances Adams will visit her brother Mr Sidney Adams at firming ham MR JAMES TUCKER and bride of Lexington are visiting Mr and Mrs Russell Dillion in tho East End Mr Tuckers bride was Miss Myrtle Brad haw of Fayette MESSRS WALLACE MCWHORTER of Morley Tenn and W M Adams of Pittsburg were substantial callers at this office Ssturday They were hero attending court IKE SNODCRASS wife and mother of Pinon Col were hero Friday en routo to their old home in Rockcostle Mr Snodgrass called on his old friend Mr W I Herrin who continues ill MRS L JANE CLOYD the aged grandmother of Mr George L Carpen ter of Hustcnville Is In a very critical condition in that little city She was 1visiting her nephew when she suffered a severe fall Dn E J BROWN Is back from Chic a go where he spent a month or more attending lectures Ho was present at the meeting of tho National Medical Association and took part In the delib erations of that great scientific body Miss GRACE BRYAN daughter of lion William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska is coming next week to visit her schoolmate at Hollins Institute Virginia Miss Elizabeth Thatcher of Somerset and the two will bo guests of Mr and Mrs W P Walton at Lex ington for a few days Frankfort Journal MRs M C SAUFLEY and son Mr Richard Caswell Saufley returned from Annapolis where the former went to see her eon graduate Mr Saufley mado a remarkable record and in the class of 205 young men he was one of the few who graduated with tho star honoran evidence of high scholarship Ho will spend a few weeks hero before taking his position on the battleship Kansas which is scheduled for a toury that will take some eight or 10 months to complete c Miss MARY Melton ERTS is with Dan vile friends MR J S HUNDLEY has been quite nick for several days JUDGE JAMES DENTON of Somerset is hero attending court BonN to the wife of Mr W OIWalker a 12pound boy MRS J M OWENS of Somerset Is is with Mrs L B Cook MRS J P HUDDLE and little sons havo returned from a visit to relatives in Illinois MISSES MARGURITE AND ELIZABETH Fox of Danville are with Miss Eflle BaughmanMR A HIGGINS of Richmond spent Sunday with his relative Mr W II Hlggina Miss AMDROSIA THOMAS of Louisville will arrive today to visit her sis ter Mrs W B McRobcrts MISSES MARY HIGGINS AND VIRGINIA BOURNE will return Friday from the College of Music Cincinnati These young ladles have been very successful this year each receiving a certificate from that noted institution of music LOCALS WEDDING presents at W II Muel lers ALL calicoes are a nick la at Sever antes NECKWEAR and hosiery Cummins d Wearen PANAMA and straw hats Cummins Wearcn CALL on T D Newland for German millet seed BINDER Twine and Harvester oil at W H Higgins TONIGIITMovlng picture show nt Waltons Opera 1I0usoISEE the D E Lawn Mower before you buy George H Farris JAMES T MENEFEB assold his cigar store In Louisville for a good profit FRESH carload of Wall Plaster and Portland Cement Justin J M Phillips HAVE vehiclerubbered with the best tires while you wait E T Pence 2U WANTED about good twoyearold ewes or ewo lambs 11 C Anderson Stanford JUST RECEIVED New line of Ladies Tan Oxfords Call and see them Cum mini Wearen TUB Christian Endeavor Society of the Christian church mado 2760 on their ico cream supper Saturday after noon FonSALESeveral bloodhounds trained and ready for ser vice for sale Write to or call on Mils Nannlo Brown lluatonvillo TUB Palaco Base Ball Team colored will play the Danville club hero Wed nesday afternoon and the Lancaster nine on Thursday afternoon TUE moving picture show at Waltons Opera House last night was fine See it tonight Prices 10 and 15c No ex tra charge for reserved seats ON account of continued III health I desire to sell privately my entire stock of merchandise consisting of groceries hardware etc Geo D Hopper TUB INTERIOR JOURNAL office is this week getting out a comprehensive catalogue for the Junction City High School Prof J W Lancaster Superin tendent FOR SALEA threehole gasoline stove three burners with oven al most new and a portable oak ward robe Will sell cheap Mrs J S Hundley Stanfor- dMIiRiiyClareneo Murphy son of Mr and Mrs William Murphy of Row land died of consumption and was bur ied at Goshen Sunday after remarks at the grave by Mr J C McClary Mr Murphy was 19 years old and was a clever moral young man liON HARVEY HELM being a member of the Insular Committee will go to Panama and Manila for the pur pose of informing himselfon the ques tion of our new possessions This is commendable in Harvo and he is tall enough to take in the entire situation at a glanceLancaster Record CIRCUIT COURTIn the case of Mrs Falconbcrry against the Q C in which she sued for 1000 on the charge of ejection from ono of the companys trains the jury found for the railroad The case of Jesso Underwood charged with writing threatening letters to Messrs J M Rankin and S J Embry was compromised Underwood paying J1G2GO and agreeing to serve three months in jail in each case The jail sentence was suspended for 60 days Underwood is under a peace bond of 750 Tho case was worked up by Messrs Gus Kline of Covington and John Emmons of Flcmingsburg two successful detectives who have done good work in many counties of this State Tho 30000 damage suit of Mrs An nlo Engleman against the L N was begun yesterday and will take up several days Mrs Englemana daughter Miss Bessie Kay Engleman was tilled while driving across the com panys tracks near Mr E P Woods lomu two years ago SEE the show to nightiSHIRTS and underwear Cummins Wcaren MOVING picture show at Waltons Opt era House tonight THE Q willrun an excursion to Cincinnati next Sunday June 14 WANTED toacres of good wheat land D B Rambo Brodhead Ky SHORT lots of mattings under room sizes at very low prices Tribble Pence WANTED renta 100ocro farm near Stanford Emil Greenburg Dan ville NEW kidgloves shammy gloves silk gloves 12 and 16 button at Severances GET tho best sprinkling hose in town at Aldridgea plumbing shop jvhen It stops raining WE aro now ready to do your sawing Bills cut to order M F Lawrence R F No 4 Stanford I HAVE all repairs for Champion and McCormack binders and mowers Also binder twine E T Pence 2t Tile Stanford base ball club will cross bats with the Lancaster boys on their grounds this Tuesday afternoon MY bedding flowers ndplants tor graves are now ready Notify me if you wish any Ed Hubbard Stanford THE Stanford base ball team defeat eel the McKinney club 11 to 2 on the grounds here Saturday afternoon The game was most too one sided to be very Interesting MESSRS CICERO REYNOLDS of thla place and Homer Tinsley of Garrard are surveying tho various streets for the several miles of concrete pavement which will be put down soon THE Ladies Aid Society of theChrist Ian church at Hubble will have an ice cream supper Saturday night next June 13th The proceeds will go toward repairing the church Go and help the good cause THERE will be an icecream and box supper on the lawn of Mr A G Faulkner at Highland next Saturday night The proceeds will go to the Methodic church All cordially invited to attend and help a good cause MR R G JONES the Depot street merchant caught Dill Blakely colored stealing a lot of sole leather from hla storo Sunday morning and turned hin over to Jailer W 1 Herrin His tria is set for this morning A GOOD crowd attended Col M L Clark Sons circus yesterday and say a firstrate show The acts were most ly new and all were clean The menagerie was exceptionally good The tent will be stretched at Crab Orchard this afternoon THE sale of Jersey cows by Mr C T Bohon of Lebanon was well attend ed here yesterday but bidding was slow and not more than half of the animal were disposed of The highest pric received was 70 paid by Mr Sidne Dunbar Mr Bohon will ship the un sold lot to Lebanon- DRorrau DEAD William Meltoi dropped dead at his home near Row land Saturday afternoon aged 65 He was a good man and a devout member of the Goshen church The funera was preached by Eld J G Livingstoi at the lato home yesterday morning and the burial occurred in the family burying ground IN the county court yesterday the will of W A Fowle was probated The widow and son Mr N W Fowle shar equally in the personal property the real estate is given to the lutter and small sums of money are left to two daughters and two grandchildren The widow was made executrix Gus Geisz qualified as administrator of his father F J Gciszl GEISZLMr F JGeiezl one of the best citizens of the East End died Fri day after an illness of 2 hours Heart disease was his trouble lie had been in excellent health and his death was a shock to the people among whom he resided Mr Geiszl was W years old and leaves a wife and five children lIe came to this county from Austria and settled near Crab Orchard in 188t The burial occured in Crab Orchard ceme tery after services by Rev R B Ma hony of this place Mr Golszl was prominent In Masonry and his brothers of that order officiated at the burial SHOOTING AT TilE CIRCUS At the circus yesterday afternoon a drunken Negro named Tom Harris shot special policeman Flavious Greer twice in the right arm Tho Negro had insulted a show man when the latter struck him a blow Greer arrested Harris and was taking him to town when tho Negro jerked away and in a scuffie that followed Harris wife taking part a pistol was dropped Harris grabbed the Weapon and fired twice both shots tak- Ing effect The wounds are very pain ful but are not considered dangerous beer drew his pistol but did not fire TilE Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian church will meet in the base ment Friday afternoon at 3 oclock TUG County Convention held Saturday to name delegates to the State Convention at Lexington Thursday wns largely attended and harmony prevail ed County Chairman James F Ho dam was made permanent chairmai and Mr Kindrick Alcorn secretary The following resolutions were offered and carried by a practically unanimous voteWe the democrats of Lincoln county in convention assembled do resolve as follows 1st We endorse the last democrats administration in the State of Ken tucky and reaffirm our belief that its service was more efficient and beneficial to the public than has been that of the present republican regime 2nd We believe that a protective tariff is essentially a bounty paid by the consumer to the producer and its evil influence we attributo the in dustrial and commercial ills that have manifested themselves in the recent business depression We regard it aa tho source of those aggregations of capital which menace commercial competition and overcome political opposi tion by the prostitution of the elector ate The multitudinous evils that result from it can be remedied only by the reduction of the tariff to an ext nt no greater than that fixed by the de mand for governmental revenues andI this we believe can be done by none other than those sincerely devoted to the accomplishment of this end Ware unable to accredit sincerity to those who whilst they declare in favor o tariff reform hold office by the favor or the protected interests and we there fore do not hesitate to affirm our con viction that the democratic party can alone be trusted to work this neede reformation We deprecate the growing ronfusfoi of the powers of the several coordinal branches of the government and tbe usurpation by the one of powers die tinctivuly and exclusively belonging tc tho other We believe tbat the perma nency of the American government cannot be insured unless independence be preserved both to the several branches of government and to the State am Federation in their respective clearly allotted spheres Only so long as this independence is preserved can there b preserved to the citizen his independence and the enjoyment of his natura and inalienable rights 3rd We condemn lawlessness in any and all forms and while approving the use of the most extreme and seven measures which may become necessary for its suppression we yet believe that the military when used should be subordinate and responsible to tho loca civil authorities 4th That these great principles of democracy may be upheld it is necessary to elect a president of the Unitec States who is imbued with a deep sense of their correctness and importance and reposing entire faith in the democracy of Wm J Bryan we instruct the delegates from Lincoln county tc vote for delegates to the Democratic National Convention at Denver whc will vote for him for the democratic nomination for president 6th We approve of the course of W H Shanks the present Representative from Lincoln county in the Lowei House of the Legislature and in recognition of his worth and as a token of our approval of his acts in the office h holds we endorse his candidacy for Democratic Executive Committeeman for the Eighth Congressional district ol Kentucky and instruct the delegates from Lincoln county to both vote for him and to use every effort to secure his election 7th We further instruct the dele gates from this county to vote for Jas B McCreary and J C W Beckham as delegates from the Stateatlarge to the Democratic National Convention al Denver8th the Democratic State Con vention to be held at Lexington on the 11th of this month the vote of Lincoln county shall be cast on all questions that may come beforo said convention by the following named persons who are hereby selected as delegates and alternates to that convention In case any delegate herein named shall fail to attend said convention then the alternate named for him shall cast the vote which he is empowered to cast Upon any and all questions that may come before the State Convention or tho District Convention of the Eighth Congressional District to which the persons herein named are also made delegates a majority of the delegates shall determine how the vote of Lincoln county shall be cast The following are the delegates and H Helm his alternate W S Burch Delegate R L Hubble his alternate J P Bailey Delegated F North his alternate T J Hill Jr Delegate G B Saufley his alternate S M Owens Delegate W R Singleton his alternate J S Owsley Jr Delegate J T Embry his alternate John McKee Delegate J W quest his alternate W L McCarty relegate G D Weatherford his alternate J M Alverson Delegate W II Shanks his alternate M S Baugh man Dont Overlook These Special Values Fast Colored Lawns 4c All Calicoes 5c Best Apron Check Gingham 6c Yardwide Brown Cotton 5c Big Line 12 12 and 15c Ginghams lOc Linen Finish Suiting 8c Colored Linens 25c quality 15c New white Wash Skirts 125 150 and 2 New Rugs Look in our Window at the nice new Rugs These we are offering at Special Prices Velvet Door Mats 59c 27x54 Velvet Rugs 150 36x72 Velvet Rugs at 298 Carpet Sample Rugs at 35c 45c and 98- cSEVERANCE SON SouthEast Corner Main DepotSts STANFORD KY r FTCOSTBeginning 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 TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTU- CKYRefrigerators Ice Chests and Ice Cream Freezers f ==At W H HIGGINS r Stanford Kentucky IThe Interior Journal tnttrcdinAefoOOficeiU Stanford at neonddaH matter pQ Ltd81D TtMBBBVVa AND lyttDl- AT if100 PER YEAR CASH Jwheanot 10 paid 1100 will be charged BaD CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY 10 REWARD I 1or the arrest and conviction of nny person trespassing upon my fann day or night or doing Injury In traveling the pub lie highwaYs or Inlury to stock from the lands of other people Thll reward refer to past present and future I also over a spec tlalreward VO for particulars lee me J also offer two special of 3 and I1l penchJOCarpenter McKINNEY MARBLE C GRANITE WORKS Jacobs Harris Prors Dealers In and manufacturers of Granite and Marble Monuments Flat OIai Work nt Reasonable Prices OUlco and Works McKinney Ky Shop closed on Saturday A S PRICESurgeon Dentist J STANFORD KENTUCKY hlOffice over McRoberta Drug Store in 1theOwsley Building Blgn Writing Draper and House Painting Paper Hanger G MEDAIRY Interior Frisco Decorator Orolnlnr Kt McKINNEV K- YINSURANCE Tire Lightning WlndBIOrlllLUe and Aooldent None and HK8T Represented Lowest Pos llble Rate Guaranteed Lou Paying Reo rd Unequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No For the next few days we will give some Exceptional Bargains in MATTINGS G B Pruitt Moreland TOBACCO BARNS I Many Insurance companies have cancelled their Policies In the Tobacco District nndI others have ceased writing at a time when the farmer needs them the most A Friend In need is n Friend Indeed The Homo Insurance Company of N Y the largest and most popular Fire Insurance Company has always and Is now writing tobacco barns and all daises of farm property They have not cancelled n single Policy even In coun ties where the tobacco trouble hoe been the worst For Insurance on nil classes of farm property Address or Phone Jesse D WearenT- heI Insurance Man Phone 36 STANFORD KY i JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Furl niture ltIatting Rug They will exchange Furniture for j all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right i STANFORD KENTUCKY J McClaryL Undertaker Embalmer and i Dealer inHarioss Saddlery STANFORD KY Ounce Phone Home Ihohe U r t r jwj err PARKERS DEPARTMENT J S Holtzclaw sold to S H Baugh man a horse for 140 S L Ashley bought here yesterday 15 twoyearold steers at 4c B D Holtzclaw sold to Joo Jordon a horso for 160 and a mule for 15750 FOR SALE Presh Jersey cow with third calf big milker W S Tewmey Danville Ky 0 F Meredith of Elk Valley Tenn sold to J B Foster 40 800 pound steers at 4Jc E H Johnson a London lawyer has bought Mrs Rachel Sparks hotel at London for 6000 Buy your pure Sisal twine at 8c from J G Weatherford Co dealers In general merchandise Hustonville 4t Mrs S G Cull has bought be tween 75000 and 100000 pounds of wool at from 10 to 18c Harrodsburj Her aldTwo hundred hogsheads of the 1906 crop of tobacco were sold at tho Equi ty Warehouse at Maysville bringing from 14 to 19c The Oaks Stakes of 25000 for 3 yearold fillies about one mile and a half was run at Epsom Downs and won by the Italian filly SIgnorinetta the winner of the Derby last Wednes dayT M Green Senator R L Bubbles racer ran last at Latonia the other day There were 13 horses in tho race an unlucky number for the Senators bang tail His Irene U also ran in a race the following day Lady Bosley by Joe Abdallah and owned by A G T Smith has dropped a handsome filly colt by Dignity Dare The colt is a full sister to J R Beaz leys great show mare Tevis Carpen ter and will likely prove as good STANFORD COURTThere were only about 100 cattle on the market here yesterday and alls changed hands Prices ranged from 3 to 4c the latter for good yearlings and twoyearolds A number of horses sold at 100 to 175 and several mules at the same figure Auctioneer B B Bond reports 400 cattle on the market Monday A mix ed lot of 41 head brought 20 each another lot of 61 long and short year lings sold for 18a head 41 head of 700 pound cattle brought 4 75 a hundred Auctioneer McGinnis sold 10 calves at 1275 a head 25 common heifers at 15 each 18 extra neifen at 2250 a head 17 short yearling steers at 1725 each 40 common steers af 415 a hundred Harrodsburg Herald andIf one spiritless In thd Spring or early Summer they call it Spring Fever But there Is no fever usually It is the after effect of our Winter habits The 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 toratIvo 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 II Druggists everywhere are advising its use as a splendid and prompt general tonic It gives more vim and more spirit to the spoonful than any other known nerve or constitutional tonic It sharpens a falling appetite aids digestion frees sluggish livers and kidneys and brings new life strength and ambition Test it a few days and be convinced Pennys Drug Store Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1908 Crab Orchard July 15 3 days Stanford July 22 3 days Georgetown July 28 5 days Lancaster July 293 days f Winchester Aug 4 4 days Russell Springs Aug 4 4 days Danville Aug 5 3 days Lexington Aug 10 5 days Burkesville Aug 11 4 days Brodhead Aug 12 3 days 2LawrenceburgBarbourville Aug 19 3 days London Aug 25 4 days Liberty Aug 26 3 days Somerset Sept 1 4 days Paris Sept 1 5 days i Monticello Sept 8 4 days A Frankfort dispatch says Howard- Collinsmaged48 known in tho moun tans Kentucky as the King of the Moonshiners is glad that he was arrested Since being brought to this city and placed in jail ho has been converted by the Salvation Army and when he returns to his nountain home he will go there to brow no more in the illicit stills but to preach the Gospel lie has religion- so bad that ho is aching for the time to come when he will get his release so that he can go back to Eastern Kentucky and tell the peoplo there that it Is all right for a man to get arrested sometimes 4 Will Cure Consumption A A Herren Finch Ark writes Foloys Honey and Tar Is tho boat preparation for coughs colds and lung trouble I know that It has cured consumption intho first stages You never hoard of any ono using Foleys Honey and Tar andnot being satisfied Pennys Drug Store alatcJgirx StfMt thsr To stop any pain anywhere in 20 minutes simply take Just one ofDrPair Shoops Pink Pain Tablets moans congestionblood pressure that is all Dr Shoops Headache or Pink Pain Tablets will quickly coax blood pressure away from pall centers After that pain is gone Headache Neuralgia painful period with women etc get Instant help Tablets 25o Sold by Pennys Drug- Store With crop losses estimated at from twothirds to total destruction in several of tho rich valleys of the State with damage to railroad lines estimated more t than 1000000 while the systems scarcely can be upon a normal under two weeks with from 8000 10000 passengers stalled in this Stage with little immediate rescue Montana is experiencing the worst flood in the history of State If you will make Inquiry It will be a revelation to you how many succum to kidney or bladder troubles in ono form or another If the patient Is not beyond medical aid Foloys Kidney Cure will cure It never disappoints Pennys Drug Stor- eGoats for Sale I have for sate a nice pair of goat nod harness to tit them Work welt either double or single Also four Angora goats bargnlnUnlAKlJtrMNHAXiui Kr Small Farm For Sale I Hltuated on Homerset pike four miles from Htnnford Contains acres Oood resldencH and abundant outhouses In good repair For further particulars call at this oluco ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE I All persons having clnltns against K O llroOntoPersons owing said estate will come forward und nettle at once JT 1IKIUI1T- Admr HO Bright llrceared NOTICE I All persons who having bona nod are now trespassing on the public roads of Lin coin county Ky by obstructing the way In any manner are hereby notified to remove santo at one or they will bo prose cutetl to the fullest extent of the law This April ivw H K MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No ee K A A M will meet In stated communication on each first and third Monday nights of each month at oclock In their hall on Main tnt Htnn font Ky Members of sister lodges are frn PennyvMTSY RheumatismI tnstfml Not a remedy that distorted limbs of chronic cripple nor turn bony rrowthl back to flesh again That Impossible old I can now surly kUl the prJna mad pan of Ibis deplorable disease In OertnAa 1th t Chemist In the Oty of Darml1adI lnar WlIb tansItheUCwhich Dr Snoops Remedy mute a perfected dependable prescription Without I sucoufullr many l1manyformly cure all curable eta of much dreaded disease Those und nke granular wastes found In BbumaticBIcodseem to dlssolTB and pass away under the a remedy as freely as does sugar when added to pun water And then when dissolved these poisonous wastes freely pass from the system and the cause of Rheumatism U gone forever There Is now no real needWesssellandlncwcadma looter with out help ncomaead Dr hoops Rheumatic Remedy PENNYS DRUGSTOR- ELincoln Squirrel oldbinekpolntdlehnndIdghand good hone splendid lack and line neckwll mt In high mounUd shoulders u combined bad horse but I use loon only in harness had n more perfect harness horse I have never seen can step very fast with extreme high action nil around and I think him to laoneof th bet stallions In the Htate to breed toito got good highclass walktrotand horae that will brinK you nney priers Ho linn some yearling nnd twoyearold olts that I InvlU breeders to tee PKiilniiKK Lincoln Hiiulrrol sired h Black H iulrrel141hNbyhtlackFugletllaa by King WII lrtamby0nwuMountnln2nd fist Lincoln Hnulrrels 1st don Kate Messenger by Messenger Jlrwzo full brother to flllld Messenger record 114 nd don Maria Dt pnuw by MnmbrlnoHtar n full brother to Ijidy Thorn t21 3rd lam Motile Crow by Helms Yorkshire Hack Haulrrels grand sire Is oho sir of nore noted highclass saddle horses than myother beau in the world such ns High und JoJlIIl1lrk Chester Dare too Hqulrrel Bpd many others Will nook the pason of inwiUinymlulMirnliiHtniiford at lltM tonsure n dtiu when colt U foaled or bare parted with Happy BrummeLli- ed sorrel a white feetstnradsnlhlfull hands high years llnist young saddle stallion that I ever owned tilrotl by Happy Beau hems llruin net lit dam nmtlu Auumlt h 1 t Jr lnd dulls by buyer IItnmllrk21nl dam by fnllllllotonl1l1l10 4th dllm by Brent Ile by Vnrrlok ho by CnrUiiu Vi This horse will be peqllltttd to serve only R few mares and lie prepared to lafcnt all champions rvlml5to Insure a living colt Red LightIBed sorrel horot ycnn old Idhunds hillb txtrn weight mid lone HldIfVFlhliLight s let dam was Day Maid by Coollluii son of tho Ircat Uainliftin Avllkos end NoondngbylrSlh linn Twilight by exlngton nth lam DarkmSH by WoKnor IlrolllbingYOUllltwith dlzestyle form speed land notion hOrltlWilltoInturoitliving thenlesure to sue him before hreecdlng your good mares JAMES It BKAZLEY Stanford Ky witz Choice Goods Foaled January loot black with white point 152 hands Blred by Wonder and out of Uhenault linnet W7 Wonder was BelkllallUholceHe wai bred by Oharlei Ohennult of togn na Huinncr county Tenn and It a great In dividual He won the blue tie In the iweep stake ring at the Htato fair at Naihvllle and has sunny Moro blue ties to lilt credit Nee Choice Goods before you breed He will serve Jennets nt Jand Maroiat 110 to III sure living colts Will stand two other Jacks at 110 to Insure living colts also stand the magnificent draft stale lion lIerr al 110 to insure a colt SLHIIALUILMANMtanfordKy Beau Naboth 45006 By Naboth 1O11O bytoIn J by Metropolitan laTi by llnmbleton Inn 3rd dam JosephIne by Muintirlno Htnrllght by tai 4th dam lthoroughbrellSthdamnbySVagner6thdaimi dam by Thorntoni Rattler- Bonn Koboth li n handsome lay standing IS3t hands of great style nnd action nnd Inn tobWill stand nt tho horn of Felix White IU mile south of Htnnford nenr Homerset pike nt to Insure a living colt JIMMoneywith or bred elsewhere The It personal care taken though no rosllOllIlbllltrfor no cldfiit or escnpvs Htnnford Ky ALMONT DARE Itg II Ie red lit AH HKI iHlrod by Dignity Dam WI II Ittlie by Chester Iuire lo he by lllaok Hqulrre 14 he by lllnck Eagle 74 be by King WIN hebiyAlaantitt2nddauiLady Barl5 by bourbon Vh11ef hint l1m Mattio by Foreign Light by Foreigner by Import lIlInllllhlunloPlllrlliuinrd JfoTit Almont l nre as we are able to discover Is the unit bone Oil record hay Ing to hlscredit the honor of defeating with his own progeny those of his great sire Dig nity Dare built so latt year every time coming In contact with them As nn Indi vidual this Is n very attractive hone stand lug hands with great style A beautiful with miinners unpnralelled even by n filly A remarkable show horse In Imrneis and under saddle HhowsS distinct saddle gnlts nil very fast and pleasant with s need of a 3 minute clip In harness Ono cannot conceive of it liner bred hone tracing SI times to Imported horses on his dams Ido alone traces to Imported Messenger I lawImp DlomedeS times to Imp lluitard S times Impdlenco tlmes 1lantor IIIIll1ckfnlrare opportunity to breed bone of Americas host a Will alto stand two good mule Jacks nt js each Will make tho season of linw at my place miles from Hustonvllle on HuMou vlllu and Liberty turnpike ins s furnltlied In nbundnnce Rt lIr month Not rujxjn slblv for accident KH I0VKUA HUB- Ilustonv111 Ky Chester S This son of Chester Dare will make ttw present senton at III burn IS tulle trout MoKlnney on MoKlnney anillddleturg nt to insure n Ihln UrscKinios AMI ricnuiKKK He Is n black with star In with all the style and llIlIhchllmctlrhlle IIctlnlCborabooking your name If ypu are looking for n CheterDareIstdambyTtdegnqh Hippy by Mambrlno Chief Chester Peavine 3184 A H HIt In offering thetorvlcoof this young ntnl lion to the public do not besltnte to nay hp Is the belt bred saddle stallion that will be offered for service In this county this ym r as his breeding will show Hired by lies l enviuolhebylies McDonald KM lit dam Miss Madison M she by Chester Dare 2nd dam by ravine M more extended ladle grew will b urnldird on application This stallion has the boat blot of the saddle horse world In him Both 2nd dams by IVa vine crosses twice to Black H iulrreltwlettoHtonewall Jnokson once to have Akin TS With the style nnd Hnlsh of heater Ian the stamina amid nctlon of IVavlne how can he breed wrung HU sire Hex Pea 011111rlOi1Uot l three championship winners Bdnn little unit May Day HIll and breed to him If you want time beat Will seni n limited number of mares lit t16 to Insure n living colt At the same time and place will stand three ns good mule jacks acnulltl found In the country nt the low price of 1 to Insure n living colt- Money due with all the above advertised tack when colt Is foaled or when mnre leaves hand of owner nt time of service or bred to other stack All care taken to prevent accident but not responsible should any occur priceU Ky ASHLAND BROOK No 4I7MJ Vol AT H It bred by Kugcnv Iluck ir leorgetown Ky Anhlund was foaled nod ollu lay with left Ittad foot high1rnhomgxHired llrook No record Xl I 6 sire of Margaret Ibithgntes1131 Bottle Brook ii IIllltlIbrook 2I7It Jennie Urook Uo t17L 2it Indy lirtok 131 std Running llrook sjf Hllent Brook by Dnrknl gh1Nor44the sire of light ZMIW BrlghtllKlltUrtMy and Vlllpnl 2M4 No Irrecord SJ7 Ashland Hrookn 1st damn Buna Wren by Ashland Wilke till record tI7W- Iho sire of John n Gentry SrtiiH Madly To ler Si 5ij Ashland Wllkus sired by Ut- Wllka hll by OIJorgll Wilkes sermld 41111111HI lConroo4 Lilly by Pretunder llMBnl dam NuTrAddnnd Brook Is it bandstimo flIawwltRtntoluhaaawlafa bold way of going with opts of speed style and action Ills lint came lust spring nnd they were alb one could tlllOottllIIIIIrIng rfood rolors with 14lIty of alxu and IoU of style Rod llnlsh Ashland Brook will mnke the present season at al5 to Insure u living colt also stand the great mult und Jennet lank Billy Kuone at A01or mares mid IM for tulletK to Insure it living colt hilly blthePrince thu sire of Joe Bliickburn mind Brig holism Billy Keone stands full la hands blark with white points and as breeder Is u ullllrI1d nude or linnet lack his colts nlwiiyn bringing tilt highest prices Mare truded parted with or bred elsewhere for felt the insuninco aunt monuy liccomev due at the time of surh triinsitctlon KING EAGLE No Vol A K Kung Eagle Is 101mmnst high dark lay with flowing muno gout all the gaits with plenty of speed style 1I00111CtlOnIby On Htonuwall Jackson 7x Itoynl Ilinglit dam Molllo Mounts SMI wn bv the noted sire ruhlxiUK IA xlnu ton KH King Kiiulos 1st clam Hip x57- 9she h Kagle lilyd lUll he by Old King Ea- 1o71in Sildiiiu by lied Lion tinl dam by Hiirrls Denmark he by Mlllurs lolllllnrk U nth damn by Jim Hull thoroughbred NOTK nlll la a combined stallion n breeder of line colored and high styled volts nil having plenty of size mind lift Ion Ida colts will show fur thiniulvcs King Kuglo will make thu present season of ut our stable two miles West of Htnnford on tho Hhelby city IllklIt the Insure a colt- Vhtnlanstnmd th llrelll nniU lock Jim Keunuat fW for utiireand I for jennets to Insure a lIvllllcoil Jim Kfono sired by the but dam by thu Imp John Wtlls2nddiim by BeoaharJlm Kcone is 1S4 hands high black with whltopolntsu the colt two yorOlaltlllltwollllntlnthplrclllullIstllenr II AllltlH BOUT Phone 7lting5 Stanford Ky Special Train for Kentucky Democratsto VIA Henderson Route Missouri Pacific and Rock Island Lines TO The Democratic National Convention Den ver CoL July 1908 rOo i Leave Louisville at 0 r M Saturday July 4th arrive at Denver at noon Monday July Gth i 1 FARE FROM STANFORD KY 3897 Write to tho undersigned for itinerary Facts and Figures outlining in detail fares from various Kentucky points Pullman Fares Diverse Router Etc Lo J IRWIN G P A Louisville Ky Prospect 2087 A Se H R At 15 to Insure C C Se S K Carpenter Lawn Mere 2 12 Mitts Wof HtutonvlUc This combined itnlllnu will sake the ion of third nt Lawn Mere Htock Knrm Bates West of lltistonvllle Ky on the hr111 fordivllle nnil lluntonvllle plki near pontors Htiillonal I IS to Insure a living mates trnilinl or parted with or bad to nno ther horse without consent otitnlllon owner forfeits Insurnnro this season become duo on time ot such action Ucn rrlitlnvd on nil colts till season Is laud Stares KmciM at iM per month Iniln fed If detlred nt reasonable rates All lilllt must alit tie fort rvniovnl of Bares Mnros entrusted will receive our personal attrition but wt will not be reiponilbli for nccldenls or iscape UKftCHirrioif foaled In ID Id hands high Weight IITllM Hay with two limit feet white to ankle A model lariat beau oselplIonallshaptianduretlethmny hnriIn l ztrenNly nile weathers with neck routing out nt exactly the proper plea living under snddltf AiamtlfyulearSetupernct ly nt proper plaio A very Important fen tun Inn line hone 110 Is n horse of ex treme high notion and every loot In line and itlonic with this action rive well denned saddle lCalltolth n beautiful trot in bar byChester byJooolrrllllIheexceptionally remunerative prepnrntlon KCAUPKNTKK Hustonvllle Roofing For Sale- S H ALDRIDGE Stanford KentuckyI Tinning and Plumbing PljE iflif1N3L 6pi7 = 1J DfAAJOIWJ foo OfFJTOOblJI L CEORGEH FARRIS We Have Few Sets Buggy Harness Left which going Money Saving Prices Geo DP Hoppers Stanford Ky DIGNITY DARE NO 1982 S HR 30 Insure Money sold trailed parted Owned D Carpenter Hustonville KytGIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU it Whrbuyrendymadoolothingwhenthereo suits and n suit made to your measure by an experienced tailor I have a handsome of Hprlllg tHummorgooh I an make rote n low prloo business suit be aae tdrms suit Also Overcoats snared Honey Vests The I rope relent is second to none HO UUPLKY Tho Tailor Htanfurd Ky Stonewall Jackson Jr This flno black Hnddlo was sired by the great saddle breeding stallion old Htonowrll This rolls dam was n Denmark mare Ho bus colts to prove bis goalcuhi yllingtu Will stand at ft to sure until time hold n Bon on uU olts until paid for Barren innrei made to donut by the lmprognator Billy Breckinridge This finn block Will sired by Major John Imported jack Ho will maka the season of 1PH at my barn at tH to Insure a colt until weaning show His not 01100711110W ou my farm to for his breeding Ho liu sure Joni gutter A T Trnylore1 Hen Pleasant brood Ing loan Stanford H F 1100 urA lies A real pleasure to lookat by halter In hiirnoM or under alIetcDenmark Ith dam Black Hawk Morgan iNcatise he Is un nnto hone HtOlld he brttHls like Third tie cause bis colts are of that tmttlcular typo and action that Insures the breeders of ready snlx nt n price for either turns or five gaited horses with long swan shaixtl neck that isabsolutel necvstary for a show horse of this day ct en- a show hone from n winning many blue ties In this and other Htates WIll winner YllIrOIdfllrlllfirst In Ills cia s At Chicago was seemed with no meeting some of the most notml liorMt In the lrnled Htatvs under the uuldle As an Indlvldunl ho rank high as n bnIr he promises to take the front rank What moro could one C nt H Phone Ky KxehnngM iy Ity a of is at J A to due when mare is or with by S line Trolls company Htnlllon Harriss drmandr GILBERT fSTORE ItAHlUTH PRESTON 922 h IVolII Preston Is one of the greatest flvognltrd 11mdlldBud oleo ut tin horso Mbows at loulsvllle brownhorsewith flue stylo nnd very high action Hired by Wnshlngtonfil First dam Huh Ithodorlck Hoconddam hy nOlllllllrk It useless to commund him as the pun pie of this nnd adjoining counties know his edingpurpoxasannblelnOrnhOrchardat11tolnIrumm perutouthIscnpo of stock Hciison duo If marts is trail ed or parted with MiYCrab