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ailiO for mares nnd fa for Jennets to Insure a IIvll16colt Jim Koene sired by Ihe tsida i by ho lull John Welts 2nd dam Hecoher Jim Kvena Is 15J4 bands high black with white points iv great mule lack l All of the nbovo mentioned stock will a the season of IViN nt our stable 971 4 piketAhroiftraded partedwithoe bred City tho Insurance and money licomes due at the time of such transaction For further information call on or address Ili T IIAKIUB A nOBT WOODS I IboneTJninga Stanford Ky 4It I In Memory of T B Hutchinson Thomas D Hutchinson was born In Midillotown Montgomery county Mo In 1839 and departed this lifo at Gent la Ark Jan 25 1009 Deceased was the second son of Henley E Hutchli ton of Crab Orchard by his liras wife Louisa Burch hunt of Mrs Jano Uucr nnan of Crab Orchard and W S Uurch of Stanford Ho was in tho Civil wnr being a eargeant In tho Third Missouri Vol Infantry and served to the end After being mustered out oC the service ho resided in Iitco countyII Mo until 1891 when ho went kegan III where ho lived until hts rOe cent removal to Arkansas where lor several years he wee purchasing met anger from Waukegan III to Chlca go He was a devout member of the Christian church and an elder In this denomination for upward of 40 years lie was an honest man a true christian and respected by all In his death society has lost a worthy member and his children n kind and loving father II left quite aubatantialeetateS- urviving him are his wife Laun Hutchinson and his children Mrs An na Hcllman Mrs Edna Holmes of Deerfleld III Mrs Mabel Townsend Mrs Julia Peterson William and Jas Hutchinson of Waukegan III Also three sisters Mrs Mary Kerr of Wau kegan Mrs Charity Verdier of Mans field Mo and Mrs Amanda Steenber gen of Crab Orchard and a brother Christopher Hutchinson of Crab Orch ard S MATRIMONIAL Richard Sluder 20 and Miss Ella Walls 21 were married at Roa leo Walls Wednesday John L Power who was pardoned last week was married some time ago to ono of his pupils at Kittaning Pa under an assumed name Elmer Cooper son of Mr R II Cooper of tho McKinney section was mar led at Kowanco III to Miss Hulda Lind a pretty and popular girl of that cityCharles Robinson of Clay county has been married twice and is tho filth er of 24 children Tho result of his first marriage was 19 children and recently his second wife gave birth to a son Mrs Emma Bond Lillard of Law enceburg announces the engagement of her daughter Miss Irene 0 Llllard to Mr William Hagin Maddoxof Shelby v lIIe The wedding will tako place In tho early summer HIGHLAND Com planting Is moving oft slowly on account of rains Little Leslie Floyd who has been quite sick is come better Dr Jones the new Maywood physician is seen in our village almost every day Elder Carr of Corbin filled his pulpit at Mt Morlah Saturday and Sunday for tho first time this year Ho has been sick most of the time John and Man- lIer Bough are in Oklahoma pttnipeet Ing J II Waters of Louisville has moved to Den Lewis to raise a crop of tobacco W C Young and family of Stanford spent several days with his father G W Young flee Bryant of Somerset was hero with friends MM Mary Surber of Corbin attended the funeral of her mother and spent a few days with her brother A G Faulkner School having closed at Klngsvllle Miss Rule Young is now at home Mrs Jen nle Baugh is wick Born to the wife f Delmar Adams n girl No precedent can bo found in tho his tory of this Commonwealth where n Governor has pardoned a fugitive from Justice but on the contrary precedents ire many whero tho Governors have leclined to consider such cases You doubtless know that if a criminal should become a fugitive while his case Is pending in tho Court of Appeal that tho appeal would be dismissed Before It criminal is entitled to ask tho courts to relieve him he must submit himself to the custody of the taw This 1a wise and wholesome rule never departed from by tho courts and no Governor of his Commonwealth bus ever ignored Jt before If ho has the right to do so it aught to be taken from him as in Penn ylvania Kentucky State Journal Mr FG Frills Oneonta N Y writesliMy little girl was greatly jonofltted by taking Foloys Orlno Laxative and I think It is tho best remedy for constipation and liver trouble Foloys Orino Laxative is best for women and children as it IK nlld pleasant and effective and is a splendid spring medicine as it cleans os tho system and clears the complex ion Now Stanford Drug Co Taylor Finley and Howard aro tree by tho hand of Governor Willson but gravotorthat there will never como tho day of- resurrectlonPaducah News Democrat New York urban railways receive early 6000000 a month in fares I NEWS NOTES T C Graves aged 90 years a rom inent farmer of Cumberland county i s dead Floyd Frazier who killed Mrs Ellen Flannery in Letcher county got a death sentence James G Todd a prominent attorney of Owenton died in his buggy while driving home Peter F Collier editor nnd owner of Colliers Magazine dropped dead ii 1 New York City John L Brctz of Petersburg Ind was fined 1 and disfranchised one year for getting drunk Thomas Tomlinson owner of Tate Springs Tenn one of tho bestknow hotel men In the South is dead Cleveland Combs a wellknown young man ended his life with carbolic acid at the aide of Lila brothers gravo in the Catlcttsburg cemetery Hardin S Sharp of Hopkins county committed suicide at his homo by plac ing his too against the trigger of a shotgun and blowing oil his head Isaac S Morse was shot to deathat Nashville by Miss Gertrude Douglas The girl declared after tho killing that Morse had ruined her and then thrown her over- The dress of Mrs Lulte Hitch became ignited while she was burning brush near Claysville Harrison county and she was so badly burned that death resulted in a few hours Plans for doubling tho number of United Cigar Stores havo been made and a new 10000000 corporation has been formed by the men at tho head of the American Tobacco Company Broughton Brandenburg after a conference with his counsel has decided to surrender the Cabanne boy to his father though at first Brandenburg in sisted that he would make n fight to keep the youngster- J A Harris a prominent Insurance and real estate dealer was convicted in the Circuit Court at Owensboro of arson and sentenced to two years in tho penitentiary lie was charged with at tempting to burn his store building in February last- Delawaro county Ind voted dry by a majority of about 2900 Muncie the connty seat voted whisky out by 200 The result of tho election was watched with great interest as Muncie is so far tho largest Indiana city to vote on tho saloon question More than SOI saloons will close Jackson and White counties Ind voted dry in local option elections the former by an unofficial majority of 370 and the latter by about 1000 Twentyfive saloons will bo closed in Jackson county and two in White The total number of counties dry under the local option law is now 44 Suit has been filed in the Lyon coun ty Circuit Court by N W Utley for mer State Senator against Henry Ben nett and his attorneys Wheeler Camp bell George Du Relle and Carl Hender son for 10000 damages Senator Ut Icy was named as ono of a number of alleged night riders and is of course not guitly Judge William M Hart overruled the motion for a new trial in tho case of Col Duncan B and Robin J Cooper recently convicted at Nashville of the murder of former United States Sena tor E W Carmuck The defense at onco gave notice of an appeal to the Supremo Court and waived tho formal sentence of 20 yearn in the penitentiary Id Rather DIo Doctor than have my feet cutoff said ML BIngham of Princovlllo Ill but youll die from gangrene which hadI oaten a way eight toes If you dont sold all doctors Instead ho used hicklens Arnica Salve till wholly cured Its cures of Eczema Fever Sores Dolly Burns and Piles as tound the world 23o at Pennys Drug Store I Jack Daniels of Lynchburg Tenn former owner of tho famous Jack Dan leis distillery has been converted and has been baptized into tho Baptist church He insists that his name be no longer used in connection with the whisky which he made famous DonlMrug tho Stomach orstlmu late the Heart or Kidneys That Is wrong It Is the weak nerves that aro crying out for help Vitalize these weak Inside controlling nerves with- Dr Shoops Restorative and see how quickly good health will como to youI gain Test It and seel Sold by Penny IS Drugstore I Miss Adele Boas the missing daughter of Arthur E Boas of New York was found on board a train arriving from Boston and was taken to the homo of her father Sho said she loft homo merely to see the world 1 Preventlcsthose Candy Cold Cure Tabletswill safely and quickly check aU colds and the Grip Try them ODCO and reel 4825o Sold by Pennys Drug- Store I I BRODHEAD Several from hero attended the Barnes revival at Mt Vernon- J F Harris sold to Sala Doane a bunch of yearling calves at an averag of 18rA Sunday school has been organizer at Sayers school house with Ben Del- I IIngham as superintendent and Wm Owens assistant Morris Farris of the Negro Creel section while chopping wood a fen days ago cut his knee badly He ii using crutches now Mrs Kenser mother of candidate fox county superintendent of schools John Kenser of tho Homford neighborhood is very low withconsumption Mrs Andrew and Frank Graybeel of West Plains III after an absence ol 22 years are visiting their mother Mrs Sarah Padgett of the Sayers neigh borhoodA company In the southern part of this and the eastern part of Pu laaki counties Is being organized and will bo known as the Farmers Telephone Co- George Griffin now deputy sheriff and who has been a candidate for sher lit has for reasons best known to him self withdrawn from tho race leaving Thomas Nicely without an opponent The fight between tho 30 or more republican candidates for nomination for county offices is getting very warm and before May 15 the date of the pri mary the scuffle will become interest IngSome of our farmers have begun planting corn while others are waiting for the dark of the moon Seems there will be a larger crop of corn planted this season in this county than ever be fordLast Sunday was Mr G E Painters filth birthday and the occasion was made enjoyable for him by a visit from three of his daughters and their fami liesMesdames Viola Newland Lizzie Swinford of Lebanon Junction and Nellie Rice of Livingston Mr Painter has one other daughter who was not present Mrs Charlotte Davis of Flora Vista N M R B Mahony the insurance man of Stanford was here on business C H Frith Postmaster Robins and Hans Robins wereJo Mt Vernon on business Mrs J ILJarrett visited relatives in Mt Vernon this week Mrs Alex Wills of tho Sayers sectionris visiting her daughter in Cincinnati Mrs J W Hutchison and son Edward visited in Mt Vernon this week Rev A J Pike filled his regular ap pointment at Berry Harrison county The Baptist church here is still without a pastor Evangelist Barnes who is holding a revival at Mt Vernon sends word that he will likely hold a weeks meeting here after ho closes at Mt Vernon On the fifth Sunday in May the executive board of the Rockcastle County Baptist Association meets with tho Freedom church four miles South of here The program for the exercises will be out soon Over Niagara r This terrible calamity often happens because tho careless boatman ignores tho rivers warnings growlug ripples and faster currentNatures warnings are kind That dull pain or acho lathe buck warns you the Kidneys need at tention if you would escape fatal mala dies Dropsy Diabetes or ttrigbts dl sease Take Electric Bitters ut once and see Backache Uy and all your best feelings return After long suf fering from weak kidneys and lame back one 81 bottle wholly cured me writes J R Blankenship of Belkj Tenn Only 600 at Pennys Drugstore At a meeting of tho State Board of Education at Frankfort May 12 was fixed for the county boards of educa tion to meet in each of the 119 counties of the State examine the bids the samples of books submitted by the various book companies and voto upon which bid they wish selected for the contract of supplying the State with school books for the next five years Foleys Honey and Tar Is a safeguard against serious results from Spring colds which Inflame tho lungs and develop into pneumonia Avoid counterfeits by Insisting upon having ho genuine Foleys Honey and Tar which contains no harmful drugs New Stanford Drug Co Tho cleverest imitation of real Cot tee over yet made U Dr tiboops lealth Coffee It Is fine In flavor and Is made in just one minute No tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling Made from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Sample free Pennys Drug Store To store torpedoes the French government has sunk in the Mediterranean near Toulon an artificial island of con crete and steelo I Pains of women head pains or any pam stopped in 20minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See lull formula on 25o Box Sold by Pen iys Drugstore E oXFORDS If- H4 i FHi1Ht4 + tt Mf41 i Green White Tan Ox Blood and Black IN ALL THE STYLES FOR 1909 for Men women and Children 4 uitiminsl Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY I Young mens suits with plenty pfs grace and full of ginger built in in a way that greybeards wont fancy in that fancy way because theyre not meant for old folk shouldered coats Builtout chests and shapely waists Fullpegged trousers with the new wide spring cuff at bottom The shape that you find in em the first day will last to the last Its permanent tailored into the clotha matter of needle worknot pressing They wear so much longer that theyre by all odds the cheapest clothes when you divide the number of months through which they give satisfaction into the price you give for them+ For Sale by H Je McRoberts Stanford Ky s The Interior Journal 1Ec WALTON J CHARLES AHARDIN- of lfrrcer count I a candidate for Corn I monwenlth Attorney of thli the 18th Ju s dicial district subject to the action of the democretla party JOHN SAM OWSLEY JR Ii n cAndldnte for circuit Judge of thllthelath district subject to Democratic party ft M C 8AUFLEY i II n cnndldnte for circuit Judge of this the mh Judicial district tubject to the action of tho Democratic party IN a brilliant speech Senator Bailey attacked the pending tariff measure denouncing the principle of protection and demanding an income tax in order that the wealthy may bear a just pro Senr cans engaged in colloquies with the 11 Texas Senator who morp than held his own and during the latter part of his speech there were few interruptions BEACH HARGIS was given a life sen tence for killing his father Judge Jas Hargls at Jackson The trial was held at Irvine and the jury was made up of Madison county men At first the jury seemed hopelessly divided but the mem bers got together about 2 oclock Wed nesday afternoon and returned the above verdict which is very satisfac tory to the public DONT draw conclusions too quickly dear reader The Congressman Ed wards who wants the salaries of the members reduced to the former is not the Edwards of the blood Eleventh but a Georgian and a democrat Kentuckys Congressman Ed wards belongs to a party which wants all thats coming and then some IF ExSuperintendent of the AntiSa loon League J W West is guilty o the charges made against him ho is de serving of the most ignominious death However to us his acts are those of a crazy man and he should be confined in some asylum Under no circumstances should he be permitted to prey at large FRANKFORT has 31 saloons or one to each 400 inhabitants Our good brother of the Kentucky State Journal should certainly get enough of open saloons and red liquor there without wantin whisky sold at every cross roads i Kentucky WE did not intend to even intimat that the editor of the Kentucky Journal is a whisky drinker We kno too well to the contrary And makes us wonder the more why he i- such s a strong advocate of open saloons POLITICAL Frederick G Holbrook aged 96 for mer Governor of Vermont died a BrattleboroThe district Democratic Sena torial convontion nominated W V Ea ton of Paducah James Thomas Williams Jr o South Carolina has been appointed a Civil Service Commissioner by President Taft- The Tennessee House passed State Fair bill after a lively debate bill prohibiting Sunday theaters also was passed The republican Senatorial convention at Jamestown split One faction nom inated L T Neat of Adair and the other Lilburn Phelps of Russell In the Tennessee Senate the bill providing for the manufacture and sale of imitation beer containing not over 3 per cent of alcohol was killed on second reading Former Representative Joseph W Babcock of Wisconsin for 14 years a member of the lower House of Congress and for many years chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee is dead At the last half of his twoday speech Senator Bailey devoted nearly three hours In the Senate to a discussion of the legal aspects of his income amend ment to tho tariff bill citing numerous cases and authorities to maintain the view that such a law would be constitu tionalJudge Watts Parker for circuit judge Dan W Scott for sheriff and S J Moore for assessor have with drawn from the democratic primary to be held in Lexington and Fayette county May 4 They charge a raw deal in the selection of election offi cersThree candidates W B Hawkins Charles Foushee and Eli Staton with idrewfrom the Fayette county Demo cratic primary after the election officers were announced HawkinsandFoushea complain that they did not receive fair treatment though it was pointed out that the socalled factions of antis had received more election officers than t the regulars Two men have b- ree arrested in Bos edtorIt J Pa under the threat that they would kidnap his son Willie James S Cibanno III who was smuggled out of St Louis by Brough ton Brandenburg was taken from tho detention home at San Francisco and given to his father Injuredbyon 0 C t r a4iraM 4dat ur + ii11 Dldat BrltR The Suit There is a bit of history connected with the charges against WS Taylor which has never been published TheI writer was at tho time of the assassi nation editing the INTERIOR JOURNAL at Stanford On the day that GovGoe bel was shot we started from our homo to come to Frankfort to keep an engagement with him with reference to tho passage of a bill connected with the Reform School of which we were a trustee He was to introduce it in the Senate the following day En routo we heard of the shot but came on anyway and thereby became an eye witness to the devilish deeds of those dresspd in a I little brief authority We heard the reading by Gen Roger Williams who stopped the members at the door of the capitol by soldiers with bayoneted guns t of the proclamation of Taylor ordering the Legislature to meet at London saw I the body chased through the streets as it attempted to meet at several places heard the tramp of soldiery beneath the wounded statesmans room and the ribald jests of heartless creatures in uniform saw the capitol surrounded by soldiers and the entrance of civil offi cers prevented together with other dis graceful scenes that we can never for get On our return to Stanford we wrote and printed the first article charging Taylor and his crowd with the crime of conspiring to assassinate Senator Goe bel and put the case up so plainly that ho was greatly incensed In order to put up a bluff he sent for John W Yerkes as we were shortly afterward informed and engaged him to bring paperygot too hot for him and like tho cring ing coward that conscience makes of the guilty he fled to tho arms of an assassin lover in Indiana and begged to be saved from the wrath to comer It may not be too late yet for him to bring the suit If not he can charge that we will reiterate our belief in his guilt and notwithstanding the whitewash applied to him and the other hel lions connected with the assassination of Gov Goebel we are firmly of the opinion that he and they should all dan gle at the end of ropes for the worst crime in our history Kentucky State Journal COUNTIESgIJames Simpson aged 82 died of in firmities in Garrard county Mrs Nannie Sears Bates wife of J E Bates is dead at Somerset schootfor 5000 Clyde Clark aged eight was run ov er and killed by a Q C train just South of Somerset George W Champion aged 42 a countytMiss Maggie Leonard 16yearold daughter of Frank Leonard of Casey burned to death her clothes catching stover who was given 21 years in the penitentiary for murder by a Boyle county jury has made applica tion for pardon bootlegA of Polka Elrod and Policeman Holeom back Elrod was taking the Negro to jail when he jerked away and began shootingAttorneys for George Gordon will ask for a new trial Judging by the evi dence Gordon got a very light sentence and should be highly pleased with the mercy of the court as already shown AdvocateThe atorof Fred Britton has sued H E Samuel a Harrodsburg druggist for 30000 damages charging that the defendant sold Britton intoxicating beverages knowing he was an inebri ate and which caused his death An attempt was made to assassinate Claude Prewitt at his home in Garrard the other night Two men called him to his door and began shooting at him three of the shots taking effect The wounds are not of a serious nature CHURCH MATTERS Rev T W Barker will preach at Logans Creek Union church Sunday at 3rMEld J G Livingston will preach at Holdams Mill Sunday morning at 11 oclock and that night at 730 Quarterly meeting at the Methodist church Saturday and Sunday May 8- aid 9 Dr Pearce a former pastor of Stanford will preside There will be no services at the Hus tonvillo Christian church Sunday the pistor having been called to North Middletown to conduct a funeral ser viceBy special request Rev T W Barker will preach on Courtship and Mar riage from a Bible standpoint at the Methodist church Sunday morning De votional League service conducted by Mrs T D Raney at 7 P M Preach ing at 745 p M Subject Weighed in Gods Scales J D Eads has a stud colt he is very proud of It is by J C Baileys Pres ton and out of the George Miller Givens grey Jl1arelIo says it is a blue tie winnerFOR SALE Two finely pedigreed mares Henry Anderson Stanford 2t to nr Wait For The Big Show Howes Great London Shows AT STANFORD FRIDAY MAY 7TH IThe Show this year is Bigger rind Better ntul iu a More Commanding po sition than ever before to maintain their unrivaled standing and rank and to ammo and delight their thousands of patrons Many Entirely New and Exclusive Features A Few of the Many Features You Will See Marion Sheridan and Her Troupe of Performing Lions Prof Buckleys Herd of Performing Ele phants Including Dutchess the Lar gest Elephant in the world Itosedale tho heautifut 810000 Horse J IlF f THE LARGE- STMONKEY ttI1WOILD fHEIGHT 52 FT J 1WEIGHS 156 LBS F Jake the Largest Gorilla Ever Exhibited in America- He is 5 feet 10 inches in Height and Weighs 150 pounds has tremendous strengthmarvelous agility and his powerful arms are a wonder to behold A truly wonderful disylay of trained animuls 400 People 250 Horses and Ponies 20 Fun ny Clowns Prof Wheelers Military Band Jhe flower and pick of Feature Performers from all Nations in a Pro gram extant startling struggles and ludicrous revelries carrying the spec tators by storm and wildly applauded by all Bring the Little Ones to See Baby Elephants Baby Camels Baby Lions and Baby Monkeys- An Endless Program of Startling Events See the Great Free Spectacular Street Parade Starting from the Show Grounds at 10 A M Two Performances DailyAfternoon at 2 oclock and Night at 8 oclock I 1 7 E S t tiP FURNISHINGS 1 n SHIRTS White and colored pleated bosom cuff attached negligee soft bosom cuff attached in white and colors 81 and 160 rtSOCKS Black Tan Grey and Green in gauze weights 25o in cotton COo in lisle 81 50 in black and tan silk HOSE Ladies black and tan Cotton 25 cents lisle GOc black and tan silk 81 8150 and 82 Miwcs black nod tan 15 nod 25c NECK TIESft Flowing end Four in Iland Tux old Tics String Tics Winera anil Howe All the new shades J5c fiOc nnd 81 BELTS Vr iIei Black tau grey and n In ino diuin nail very narrow willthe25c- 50c 81 and 8150 ea- chMISCELLANEOUS Arm hand 510 nnd 2Jic Gar era 10 25 and OOe Suspenders 25 50c and 81 Stick pins GOc 81 arid 81GO One price pearl cuff buttonsf 25 and GOc 7 t H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY EEEE EfI at E i PURE OLIVE OIL ro Direct importation from France The ffi mImposesr ffiWi8BBAre You Going To Build I While wo are hero to build the Lincoln county court houso and should the building fever strike you whnot have a littlo talk with use Wo aro f n a better position to build you a nice w Brick Dwelling or A Neat Business House T t being ablo to buy all materials cheaper nail therefore aro in position to put 11fa building up for a considerable lower price Nothing too largo or too t smalland the distance will not stop us from figuring with you matters not where you live Wo invite any prospective builder to givo us a trial We k furnish all plans any specifications for such buildings that wo might erectIfree of charge FRITZ KRUEGER F H MILLER The American fence The Fence With Hinge Toint And Tension Curve Which line placed it in tho market second to none It is bull strong tight well galvanized and of the lest Bessemer steel wire Call and sco lligt + Some interesting prices for next 30 day See the Poultry Fence we have Tj GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford t QotH L J t d tci r t r Window Shadesj 1 Felt Shades at loc v t Water color shades at 20c to 35c G feet to 8 feet lopg But oil shades 40c to GOc Duplex White and Green 0 feet to 7 feet I Kxtra width ebalca 8100 and 8125 1N r J I The Interior Journal STANFORD KY Arne 30 1900 FINE line of Reels Poles LInea and 4 4 e Ilail other Fishing Tacklo at Pennys Store I PERSONALS Mioa EMMA WARREN continues quite ill 1LE KUPLXY went to Lexington Tues dayMR W 0 WALKER was In Louisville this week MR W G WITHERS Is laid up with a fearful cold MRS li relaI lives In MR FRANK LRR and wife were guests of friends here MR W K SIIUQARS spent Wednesday In Louisville buying Roods MRS BENEDICT SPALDINO of Lebanon la with her brother Mr W B naiL MRS LJZZIB DILUON attended the r burial of Mrs John K West at Lan caster t MR L WEAKEN HUGHES visited his sister Mrs E T Carter at Evans vllle Ind tJ E J W ALCOnwU very III and v friends arcpprellenslvooh change for the worse Miss KATHEIUNE WARREN left Wed nesday for Forest 0 where she will tako a position on the Review JUDGe W A TRIIIBLE and Chief of Police B D Carter went to Richmond to testily against Anderson Carr In the Federal Court- MI8S8 SARA DuNN and Sallle Taylor Woods are members of a house party given by Misses Margaret and Joan Mbunt at Lancaster HON J A CRAFT of Louisville and Rev A A HlRRlns of Glasgow arriv ed yesterday to attend the bedside of Judge J W Alcorn IIAYS FOSTER has accepted a position In the Lincoln County National Bank John H Shanks is also working In that TIIE of Elks has pro tented Mr Gill M Cooper the retiring Exalted Ruler with a handsome ring emblematic of the order Advocate AT the Recital given by the College of Music of Cincinnati Tuesday evening Miss Mary McRoberts of this place charmingly rendered RItorna Vlncltor by Aids MR J C GOODS has rosined his po sition in the Farmers National Bank and has guno to Tine Knot to accept a position on tho Q C railroad Som crtot Journal MR AND MRS F H DROZ nail little Ion have returned to their home at Cleveland 0 after a visit to her par ents Mr and Mrs Tom W Gooch in tho West End MASTER PRESCOTT BROWN celebrated his 12th birthday Wednesday afternoon by having some CO os little friends I with him Several hours were very enjoyably spent playing games etc A delightful lunch was served I REV J MURRAY TAYLOR R B Ma honyand Jesse Wearen of Stanford wero hero Monday mingling with t friends Mr T B Hammonds of Stanford was hero Tuesday to meet C 1 Fair on a big timber dealLiberty News LOCALSI t SOMETHING nobby in hosiery Cum mIn Wearen WEAR Hanan Oxfords to getatldac- 1 f Lion Cummins Wearen IF you aro particular try Denhams Rex coal Yards at Stanford and Row hadII WANTBD to loan 3000 on fire mortgage land notes Enquire at trsl office j DR W N CRAIG oculist and op- tIc at Office over H J McRoberts clothing tore PRESERVE your roof with the best roof paint on earth mixed on Somerset St Stanford Ky at Eads tin shop FOR SALEPuro CBrown Leghorn eggs Improved laying strain MrsR L Berry Huatonvlllo Ky t t Phone 833 rings CHARLEYS AUNT is the funniest play on the road See It at Wnltnnfl Opera House next Monday night J will make you laugh and grow fat L t i SEE our line of 10 Spring suits Cummins Wearen M opener a store at HUH tonville April 23 writes us that he is doing a fine business SEVERAL pieces of old furniture in eluding an old secretary all cherry for sale A P Brackett Stanford Eons for sale from Red hens Wild Mallard ducks and Toulouse geese Mrs W J Edmiston Crab Orchard Ky TUB L N will runexcursion to Cincinnati over the K C Sunday at 175 for the round trip Train leaves Stanford depot at 5 A M a THE case of Anderson Carr colored was continued until the November term of the Federal court at Richmond Carr is charged with selling whisky Punts completing the common school course will be given tuition in high school course Examination at Stanford May 14 and 15 G Singleton Supt SPECIAL SALEOn Friday and Sat urday wo will offer a lot of granite ware at the popular price of lOc apiece It is all firstclass goods regular 25c values Buy whitest lasts Friday and Saturday Geo D Hopper HUNN COFFEY the Moreland gun oral merchants got In a carload of co ment from Oklahoma Tuesday the freight on which was 202 By the way this is the 12th car load of cement salt wire etc they have received since Jan 1 ON next Monday tho classic Derby will bo run at Louisville and thoso of our sports who can raise the dough will witness the big event Considerable local money will go on Senator Bubbles T M Green which will bo one of the favorites In tho track bet ting SUN BROS circustents will bo stretched hero tomorrow Saturday and tho people will bo here from the salt works Tho show is said to bo A 1 in every particular and Is deserving of tho good crowd It will likely have Of course you will have to go to take care of tho children- PRODUCEMoreland r is a great town for produce William Merriman did about 30000 worth of business in that lino there last year and if the remain ing eight months are as good are as the four that have passed ho will do 30000 worth this year Seven wagons of produce arrived In Moreland at one time tho other day a REV J W WEST superintendent of the Kentucky Anti Saloon League has resigned and will leave the State rest Ing under the dark charge of ungentle manly and indecent conduct brought by two young girls at Catlettsburg West admits what ho describes as indiscretions This sweot scented geran ium Is the same West who came here some weeks ago and made an address on tho temperance question SEVERAL friends the house manager have suggested to him that perhaps some people do not attend shows hero because the price is too steep Desiring to please the public In every way possible he has decided to cut tho prices of admission for awhile at least to 25c for children 35c for adults and GOc for reserved seats and on next Monday night when Charleys Aunt will hold tho boards these prices will prevail A number of our people have seen Charleys Aunt and they say it is the funniest play imaginable Be sure to get seats early for the prospects for a good crowd are very flatter ing and tho management doesnt want anybody to have to stand up I FORMER Stanfordpeople who are now citizens of Paris are doing nicely there Mr J W Haydcn is doing a thriving wholesale business James C Engleman is jeweler for A J Winters big jewelry store Walter and Eugene Martin are prospering in the livery business Walter 0 Scott has a fine position with tho L N and J L Chrisman is making money out of his greenhouse Mr C Is tho only florist in Paris and is enjoying tho splendid patronage ho is receiving Paris is a hustling little city and has one of tho best court houses and graded school buildings in tho State Interurban cars leave Paris for Lexington each hour in the day and 44 passenger trains come and go each 24 hours n 1 iir Ifb Carpets MattingsDrugets We now have in our carpet room for your inspection a splendid line of Carpets Mattings and Druggets Heat values in Mattings you ever saw at 12cto 33c Extra special value in 0x12 Brussclls Druggeta at 810 worth 8 1 SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY ttll DoyleI temporarilyt TRYPorosknit union suits Cum mine Wearen ON Saturday May let I will have on sale hats for 25c and up Big bargain one day only Miss Ella May Saun ders FOR SALEShoo toreDandy op portunity Near Blue Grass county scat Address Real Estate care INTERIOR JOURNAL WANTED boy16or 18 years old Must be honest sober and Industrious and desirous of learning tho merchan dise business Lutes Bros Turners vine CHARLEYS AUNT willmake you f rget your troubles See this funny play at Waltons Opera House next Monday night May 3 Admission 25 35 and 50c- CHINA painting done by Mrs Kntner Ino McClary A nice line of painted china on hand suitable for wedding and graduating presents You are in vited to inspect It Tile Lincoln County Medical Society will meet here Tuesday May 4 at 1000 A M A full attendance Is desiredus business of Importance is to bo trans acted W F Hicklc Sec You should see one or both of tho games of base ball between tho Stanford Graded School and Harrodsburg teams on the school grounds here this Friday afternoon They will be hot ones Miss LENA L HAMPTON the upto unto florist of Stanford Is erecting ri large green house which will bo given exclusively to the culture of roses We aro glad to note the splendid success of this young lady AN effort was made break into W S Hiltons store at Junction City at an early hour Wednesday morning but the would be burglars were evidently scar ed old Lairs blood hounds were brought from Hustonville and while they made several trails no clue was furnished r r BILL LEE king of the blind tiger op orators has skipped out taking with him Mettle Fish also colored He was to have been tried yesterday on seven counts of liquor selling but when the hour for trial arrived William was not to be found Deputy Sheriff William Hester is on his bond for 300 and the chances are that he will have to come across with that amount HONOR ROLL Stanford Graded and High School for 8th month Grade 1 Graco Anderson Eloise Beazloy Josephine Beazley Ethel Brecdlove Rebecca Goldstein Joseph Grimes Carl Hunn Morris Jackson Uaiscy Lunsford Lynn Pence Mario Powell Stella Walker Louise Waters Lucile Waters Grade 2 Willie Rankin Sarah Tray tor Rachel Hill Margaret Davison Mary Burk Virgil Moore Tilden Cooper Wilbur Connett Marion Calm ese Igo Perry Marshall Sargent Grade 3 Bell Russell Annie R Pow ell Katherine Harris Sylvia Farmer Frances Embry Patience Calmese Carrie Anderson Mary II Johnson Minnie Hardin Leon Davis Clarence Single ton Hobart Arnold Leonard Ballard Claiborne Waltoq- Graae 4 Klefa Brady Rosa Burke Clinton Coleman Joe T Embry Matsy Grimes Nellie W Hill Sarah Hundley Ethel Powell Jean Paxton Ella Rig ney Martha Raney Hartwell Shanks Grade G Mary Anderson Maud Ar nold Frances Brackett Bessie Brack ett Georgia Cabbell Ella Eichenber get Elizabeth Hunn Bessie Moore Eva Rankin Effie Ware Harry Farm er Henry Messer Jonathan Rankin James Tribble William White Grade 6 Winnie Davis Bibb Ethel Brackett Mary Shepherd Cook John T McAlister Anna D McRoberts Blain Newland James Owsley Verner Rout Mary M Raney Maymo Singleton Bessie Wilkinson Gertrude Wilk inson Grade 7 Josephine Carpenter lJa non Grimes Walter Moser Grpce Young Eva Moser William Grimes Grade 8 James Cooper Lylo Cooper Catherine Gentry Oca Moser Lucy Lee Walton Freshman Harris Coleman Annie Lewis Gentry Willie Moore t M H WatersSophomoreJoseph Hopper Eliza beth Higgins SeniorBerta Jean Penny CLOTHES French cleaned Cook Farmer CItvburnedIng Origin unknown r DENNYMrs James Denny who deainweek or 10 days ago Besides her hue band she leaves four sons and a daugh ter The burial will take place in Lan caster this Friday afternoon after fu neral services at the homo at 2 oclock AtDanvilleHarrodsburg Monday May 3 130 p u Stanford Monday May 10 130 r M Crab Orchard Waynesburg Kings ville McKInney and Hustonville on dates to bo arranged later Judge J S Owsley Is invited to be present at all of these appointments especially at Danville Harrodsburg and Stanford A division of time will be accorded him Ross county 0 in which is located bybyNOTICE tholoweIquareonred paint on metal JWHTBWAllT Rowland Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE- I can furnlih the public with the belt as well ni the freshest of cut flower planti of nil klndi bulb potted flowers on short notice Alto make n specialty of wreaths for for funeral purose nilkIndprices tmiUHTMANdllKKX 1IOUHE8 KOllVllllAllII 1BOB Stanford Ky DR E C TESTSuccessor Dr 11 L Casey I Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Graduate of Chicago Vet erinary College 1hone CJ omce at U K Logans Stable DANVILLE K- YCHESTER SThis son of L holler Pare will make the inllastonvlllo ablackwith nil the style and QIII I characteristic actlnll1I0rMbooking your snare If you are looking for a Rood bruderut living price Hired by Ches byJIIIPJNOULYJJN Hustonville Ky Sale of Bank Stock I As Administrator with tile will annexed docenledISATURDAY MAY 1 100U between the hours of IU oolock A x and S loKyHustonville National inns reserving the rlllht to withdraw anyshnreorshares Iff the bid 1s not mtIsfaetory Terms cash QKO P WKATHKKKOKD Adra bailie A Slilpmnu SHERIFFS SALE By vlrturo of execution No undirected to me which Issued from the Clerks once of the Doyle circuit court In favor of Edward Alcoru against U s llenedlct I or one of my deputies will on Monday the 10th day of May IWU between the hours of 1 oclock r M and 1 oclock pxatthe court bouse door In Stanton county of Lincoln Ky ux to sale to tho highest bldderthe following property or so much thereof ns Sony bo necessary to satisfy the amount of the 1lalulltrs debt Interest and wit The same being u 17 conito InLlncolllOrorltoOBdllliondll hrs and on the West by lands of Ray mond Kershonn and containing m acre ofOofdtrequired bearing interest nt the rate of tpercent per annum from salednrofhaving this force and effect sale Bond this lit day of April HM TJ TILL Sheriff Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Kyi Undertakers and Embalmers We carry an uptodate line of goods i Curtain Materialsf t F1 Curtain Swiseca at itic to 25c fIJCurtain Nets at 15c to 25c Laco Curtains 45c to 8850 per pair White Curtain Poles at lOc the 15c kind jjiQak Pofes at lOc Extra long Poles for Portierren kr jp 1 F vL R Hughes T W Humblo W 0 Martin OXFORDS s Qur line of oxfords in oxblood tans vide patents etc is tho prettiest and best line we have ever carried You will + E find no better lino of shoes and oxfords made than our line We back our goods with our personal guarantee to give satis faction and wear We only aim to handle the beet and you will find our prices right Dont forget we represent two of the best tailoring establishments in the and fit quality and price Make our store your headquarters when in town and be con vinced that our prices are lower than the lowest and quality ot goods is the very best that the market can furnish HUGHES MARTIN CO- t IDryGoods Notions SlioesI r Dainty Ak1e Strap Pumps Every Young Lady who delights in Cool ComfortableFOOTWEAR Should take a look at these daintily cone structed Ankle Strap Pumps They are all Patent and really make the feet look smaller because of the short vamp We also have many other styles of ladies Oxfords W E Perkins Crab Orchard Highest Market Prices Paid t For all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE in LancasterStanford Hustonville and Brodhead fi H B NORTHCUTT Stan- fordFARMERS Get busy and give your orders for Fertilizer I have the nicest line of Buggies Surreys Phaetons and Runabouts that I have ever handled Call and look before buying Also McCormack Ma chines GJobe Fertilizer for Tobacco and Corn See tho Krause Pivot Axle Riding Cultivator EtT PENCE STAFFORD nnir H 11 taUOj ttJ hhiifs 91 tjJbt uj TRANSFER MONEY ffiIS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER EAST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE COMPANY INCORPORATE i The Interior Journal antmdmOu PottOffice al Stanford ai- tttondciattf matter L Hi TIME THBLE No 21 IOathI1M r X No28HOUhllOOA X No 14 North 4W A x No S North 687 P K No 171047 A X- NoI 2tO PM JOS S RICE Agont The Truth Every person in this city who is suf feting from Eczema Pimples Dand ruffor any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zcmo a clean liquid foi external use All durggists tell ZEMG PENNYS DRUG STORE A S PRICEsurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owaley Building Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Larne Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man G STANFORD KY Ilesldence Phone 86 Office 96 Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedAdorinas Fox Ii a handsome largo young Jersey Bull do icended from along and unbroken line of the most noted bulls and cows on the Is land of Jersey England and America Ills lIre Is one of the host bulls ever Imported and his dam Is a show cow that pound of rich milk In one day If you be lieve Like begets Like or the Likeness some Ancestor and have a strictly g cow you should avail yourself of his Her vice lie will bo allowed to serve a limited number of approved registered cows out side of our own herd thus year for a fee of 19 each Make engagement before lendIng oow to bo bred a OTTEIt Telephone lo Stanford K-yNl1We haws to over three extra choice bull calves that will be sold at right prIce At McKinney Ky x You cnn rind our Standard Remedy th greatest blood and vermedlclneyet known n ca e of Kbeumatlim alt Hhcuin Kidney Trouble and all diseases nrlnlng from impure blood It hai no equal It Is manu factured food act of Juno 90 II Ik S and guaranteed the manufacturer the Remedy Is taken according to directions and If he or abe Is not benefited by tbo use of the Remedy we will refund your money We can do nothing more Each package contains 91 doses a registered ilingcordwlthfulllneVuctionWesend ceipt of fI per package or six packages for 13 Better order a box today In time you might save a big doctors bill Remember If you takt the Remedy accord- Ing to Instruction and are not bonentedi you your dollar back You will not nnd the remedy la drug stores for sale It Is sold only DgentsHriU CONCRETING We Ire In oeltlontodoallkihds of creting inch as Block Work Pavement- and In fact we cnn make any thing from house down ton fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee flr tci I pr1cebefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky I L JLBeazleyCo Undertaken and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur- nitureJs Mat ngaRuga They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Thl m a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY I J Ce McClary I Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery I STANFORD KY Ofes Phone 167 HorneJPhono 8 1 f 4 IWhY He Was Willing A warning against probing too deep ly into the motives of a man is contain ed in this story from the New Yor Sun A tale of jurymen appeared be fore a certain Missouri judge and every man explained that it would mean dis aster to him to serve at that term courtall but a little fellow at the en of the line a hunter who had lived in a cabin on the creek all his life You have no excuse to offer 7 ask ed the surprised judge No sir Havent got a sick motherinlaw aeedinggourattentionNO Y What about your crop Dont raise anything No fence to fix upY Havent got a fence on the place r You think you can spare the time to serve on a jury two weeks Sure The Judge sat a while and meditated Reaching overhe whispered to the clerk who shook his head in perplex ity Then the Judges curiosity got the better of him You are the only man who has got the time to serve your country as a juryman he said Would you mind telling me how it happens Sure not the little man replied promptly I heard you was going to try Jake Billings this term He shot a dog o mine onc- tFARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALEGood buggy mare H G Lutes Stanford Two fresh Jersey cows for sale E T Beazley Stanford F E Brawner bought of W 0 Walker a Jersey cow for 40 Bright Fox of Danville sold to New York parties two pairs of extra good mules at 500 Harris Fox RobinaoneoldtoStea Co of New York eight carloads o 1165pound cattle at G to 695 Beau Naboth will make the season o barfthe impregnator for two year Fell White Stanford Ky At the horse show at Lancaster Mon day the Lincoln county stallions attract ed much attention W 0 Walkers Carroll Preston D S Carpenters Dignity Dare E Smith Powells Al mont Dare Dr G G Perrys Done Varrick A T Traylor Sons Stonewall Jackson Jr were well shown an had premiums been offered they woul have carried off the lions shareI- f wWords To Freeze The Soul Your son has consumption His appaleBlevens a leading merchant of Spring field N C by two expert doctors one a lung specialist Then wassbown tbo wonderful power of Dr Kings Now Discovery After three weeks use writes Mr Blevens be was as well as ever I would not take all the money in the world for what it did to my boy Infallible for coughs an 1 colds its the safest surest cure of desperate lung diseases on earth 50c Trlai1 T Howes Great London Circus to be Here The Times Stroudsburg Pa Aug 20 1903 Howes Great London Shows visited this town yesterday The steet parade was very pleasing as there were many open cages of lions and tigers that were worth looking at The performances in the afternoon and evening were the best ever seen here The trained horses and bareback riding were first class 1 every role The trapeze and bar per formances and the funny set of clowns were the best that any show ever car- rIed In fact it is the cleanest most refined and uptodate circus that has exhibited here in several years and should it ever return it will havo uch a getItpeople to do business with At Stan Friday May 7th Before Bar N H Brown an attorney of Pitts Held Vt writes Ve have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for years and find them such a good family medicine we x uldnt be without them For Chills Constipation Biliousness or Sick Headache they work wonders 25c at Pennys Drug Store Are you related to Barney O askedVeryI was memothers first child sivinteenthEverybodyeMagazine If you have backache and urinary troubles you should take Foleys Kid ney Remedy to strengthen and build properJy develop New Stanford Drug Co Four persons lost theirlivea and three others were seriously injured in a fire atTopekagyp T A tickling or dry cough can be ShoopsCoughrofprm nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store During the Spring ovary one would bo benofitted by taking Foleys Kidney Remedy It furnishes a needed tonio strainkstimulating the kidneys and causing them to eleminate the impurities from I It Foleys Kidney Remedy Imparts takeJMiss Nettio Marshall aged SO was burned to death at her In Davies county Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my slock of Gro bUIjICrab Orchard Kentucky Ii now readr to sane hli old friends and hopes to make many now ones If you have n orals or hone to castrate nvo the work for him and have It done rIRb He snakes a specially of castrating rldgellng Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zcmo A liquid or external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form jf Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE FARM FOR SALE I a IIralllIOdIYlngthe Btenford pike Improvements and fencing good plenty of water and fruit Also its acres of timbered land one mile East of McKlnney hall under fenceplenty of water and good tobacco land see grow ngcrop JAaiVKNBAgent MoKlnnty Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEEAINGf worlCfsonoble Write me nt Ioltlnney or call me lUetlephonethroughtholiurionvllled tWAITEH McKINNEV Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marble and Cranito Monu monts Markers and Posts Cemetery and Lawn Vases nnd bottees nnd works Me Kinney Ky aA WORD TO YOU 1 In all the time I have been In the tobacco business over aiytrnrs I have never Oder ed nor knew any manufacturer to over n better lino of tobacco lath Natural Leaf Twist for smoking and chewing nod Passed Tobacco than i now oner Orders solicited thrniiKh your Jobber or direct by moll Descrlptlvn price list promptly fur nished on application It H MARTIN Junction City Ky Remember the old standby brands friendship Twist Old Urodheaih Old Kentucky rpmoftDd Blue Irail Hauler CHOICE GOODS Foaled Maylloajblackwlthwhltepolnts BlgTonthebby Imported Jumbo CWill make the season of lUWnt my farm 2 ptkeatfa 10forInsures living colt Urns furnished ut IJ withlurfeltsmoney due J K BAUOHMAN Hustorivllle Ky FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I Anne blue grass farm for sate sltiintid on iku near Point vllvell stud six tullessouth of Lancaster uontnlnlng SM acres well located In good noigbborhood being part of the John Walker tract with n some new twostory sevenroom reslduncn thereon with all necessary outliulldlngsand good now barn 40x00 Well watered six runnIngthro1gbTERMS cash In balance one and perDTenons looking for such place write or tee W0VALxxxHtanf- onlSafeguard the Future I The safest surest and most adequate safe guard for the future Is a policy lu The Mutual Benefit Life CotIt Is conspicuous for economical manage lairdealingto policy holders 1 he cmupaaylijust entering the SIXTY FOURTH YEAR of ii successful business career with more policy holders In Lincoln county than all other companies combined Write for mafrled 1JluuStanfordJamesHollcltor tor Rockcastle Co I NSURANCheR Insures Tobacco To HempAllProperty Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado Life Live Stock Health and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis count 3- r u W H LAIR Hustonville Ky tohllllUATyour patronage Fresh Good at tho Low est Price lI hll The Joseph Price Sanatorium North Lancaster Street Stanford Kentucky NoseThroatguns Nervous Hystem and Surgery Notice Poultry Ralsirs I Now Is the tine of year to feed your fowls OapeHoups a preventive It not onlykeups Shout healthy but makes them lay guaranteedbythe guarantee Ask for booklet on diseases of poultry Eczema is Curable ZBMO a scientific preparation foi external use Stops Itching Instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Enema quickly yields and is permanently cured by this remarkable All Druggists Write for urn ple EWRosoMedCoStLouisMo Pennys Drug Stor- ePEYTON I will stand my flno mule Jack Peyton at my farm nt Moreland Ky at stolnsuren living colt reillsterttiWilkewill be pcrmlttml to servo BreW mares free to my regular customers where they breed three wares or more II Ii KING Black JoeWill make the season of ICU at our stable I mUe Norhllt of Stanford Kiat I byPrestonbmnarki54daniB111eIf nblotonlan ho It n very line Individual black with one white foot stands 135 hands weight IJUU pounds 3 yens old nne saddler and very showy lnhitrneof tine styleand action See him before you book your snares Season due If mare li traded or parted with Allcaro will botak n to avoid ned dents but not anTOlCurJStanford Ky STONEWALL JACKSON JR This Ono black saddle stallion was shred the great saddle breeding stallion Old Htonewnll This colts lIam was a Denmark men He Is n nice colt He has colts to WlllstnndatStuinsureon all colts until paid for Darren mares made to stand by the Impregnator We have perfect success In tills br BILLY BRECKINRIDGE MRJorJobnmake tho season of lee at my barn at ft to Inure a colt until wvnnliiE time Ills get of iMNIsnowun my farm to show for good breeding Ht tin sure fuel gutter 1111Breeding 922IChampion S gaited saddle stallion of Kentucky WInnln Kentucky fairs and also at the liarshow at lluftalo N Y Ht Louis ro and Kansa City Hired by Washington No 61 First dam lieU by RhodiTick No lad bylltnmrlrliehands high wllli flue style and high ctlan It U useless to say more about him as the people of this and the adjoining counties know hit record as a show horse and also for breeding pur pores lie will make the season of 11xu at my stalls In Crab orchard Ky at the reasonable figure ofV to Insure n living colt Will keep titans on grass nt 11 per month but will not IM responsible for accident or escape of dock Season Is iluu If mare Is traded or parted with or bred to other stock JO hAlLEY Crab Orchard Ky GALTDN 12910 Heason of liOa Sire of Calvin C StWi AI hums JSV i and six others with trims from UW to Jisthose ore the only onus that were ever hand led for speed Alto the slr of one dam with ono In the JSW lilt Him bTCJnmbettaWII In t u 2u lilt 16In- 2lOnmtbetterclaintetl to le the greatest sire In the world lit data imity Yield I grand dam of S with records of from 217 to- 2tJMhit I KnlUId IJ son of llainblotonlnn lu dam by Heeleyn American Star Enfold 2tu ball GIn 23I bis daughters have fll In too or better Ind don ulckstp by Ken tucky IrlncH Jr sire otJQ tlU IAIII onndl 7oinOli dune of IS In the ib list and dew sire of the dam of J Q xory Oaiton carrle the blood of four I fnmllles llBmbletunlanWllkPiMiimbrliiol Uhlef anl HltJle Allin COli Star Gallons colts have gone ngiilnit and de feated the best In harness classes nnd road ster ring they are In great d maud selling yearlingfromstable 2 mills West of Hustonville on Until fordsvllle pike at IIS to Insure n living colt Money duo If mare Is traded filer being bred Plenty of grass at iJO per mouth tnvwl ex pruasy for mnres no other stock mixed with fqrtintsIlione In residence II ExchangeWMDOliI Hustonville Ky DON VARRIGEC This nmgnldcontly bred young stallion will make season of IBM nt my stahlnnt IIrlI11lle Varrlck lJ Jfl7 u beautiful chestnut IIllIbftYIward Hllrer2u54 won the 3s Trait In uneven bent race in IWW nnd the naino year won tilt tlOJVO Ilonner Memorial rorUIOIoJ1tllateraoldIs bred exactly like Spanish that wontluaStluTransylvnnlalnlpS making thebigfourbehngoneofwinners on the grand cireult last 3year On I IIrllItel I wards clalllwol tho dnin of Director tho sire of that grout family of trotter and pit Wilkeshay I MndellnePntoitenlt2m2nddn0ultlurvbydam of The nil ftlftK Madeline Putchen 2119fillyOonnurthattoNvIlubingerofIUMI Hhenlsoprodncml 011 0 Igo that B trotted a half mllo on tho same track at 10 IADPleas of speed on both sides not a missing link for guner atlons treed to this fellow and you cunt miss th three thing every breeilor look dlOokIngwhen mares are parted with or bred to pernyII iponslbte for accidents or olcnJIIIcStanford Ky e MY LINE O- FTROUSEISI Is Now Complete For The SPRINGS SUMMER Better than over handled before for the Price Also the most uplodnto ofMens and ladies- Oxfords Fu any style you wish Call and let us show you what we have SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY MILLINERY The Charles Wheeler Emporium- S Hustonville Ky Invites you to the largest MILLINERY SE I J LECTION we have ever shown Styles uito tho minute Prices beyond competition We nto state that our Spring Lino is now complete To navo money oomo and sco nnd IMS convinced Our Spring Line of Shoes for Indies Misses and Children nUll our lino of Gents Shoos will certainly please Ifnnan and Walkover lines nro hummers and are strictly reliable Yours for an honest deal- CRARI2k WIIKKLKK r I TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS Several years ago wo adopted tho Cnth system whichwas i very satisfactory and enabled us to give our trade closer price1 hut we gradually drifted back into the credit business We see our mistake and in order to get tbo best Cash prices and discalwls from our Jobbers wo will commence MAY 1ST on the CASfI BASIS and trust our friends will join heart Uy in this movement nad give us a liberal hareof their OASIIIt iI i trade I tt Phono your orders and the bill will accompany tire goods We thank you for your patronage OQQOOQQQ e weH HIGGINS L Stanford Kentucky J r Y9liellnndmnko the season at tllOlto nsuroit living colt lie III by an Imported pour that cost llUi In the Shetland Islandstand is rcganle by horsemuu as the 1I1JIOIlY in Kentucky ilufHatlng nil camera snow ring In lilt lien retained colts until tnOIllI II paid Mare parted with or i myfttrntCURLEY bodyandbreeder Iii U by Black Satin hit dam WII llaniOottoni premium JUOK of Madison hU dntu by John Morgan out ot alonnetby Joe lilithlanlntmule Lien retained on colt to secure ten son money TOM D WnfIAlIll4 Highland Ky CHESTER JEWEL 16handsOrchardtliving colt HosondJewelsold for I30UO 2nd dam by Holmos1 Drennon 8rd dam Anna Buford by Montla 4th don nthclamI Money duo when oit is foaled or mare pormonthnot responsible for accidents or es apes JOHN W HOLMES Grab Orchard Ky B D CARTER New Livorv a Depot Street IPhone 90t8TANFOADKENTUCK Dotsey Golddust 12052 Foil brother to JoltelleNoUO I I OolililustJuntln IorgallIanImnArAhlanHtalllonKllcaill nlfslCometMorgan I archdapplednotionusaprolucerohdnghnclass Thi records of hll produce vnlllonndThe present season will to made at mytitolnaureaathttwrdayGootlcareslblllty for accidents or vtcnties KUEID