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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 7 if I yf jI i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIII ISTANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 7 1905 NO 11 I PREACHERSVILLE It is reported thnt Mr Carman Robinson who formerly lived hero is dead tit his home in Indiana Our oldest inhabitant say that with l i one exception the March just ended was the prettiest ever seen Some one who loves to hear the bull dogs bark fired off a pistol nearly a dozen times Saturday night Our law abiding citizens deplore such acts t The Baptists and Methodists reorgan Ized their respective Sunday schools Sunday morning The Baptist school i elected J M Cress superintendent and Miss Fnnnlo Thompson secretary Horn to the wife of John B Ander son a 10pound boy Mrs Jesse Tray lor is able to sit up Mrs John Pep plea Is sick Born to the wife of John Cress n fine girl J M cant talk for t smiling Chnrlos Hlgsby sold n two year old gelding to n Mr Mullins for and t bought of Miss Jennie Green a filly for n fancy price J Thompson sold n n sow and pigs to Hayden Nnylor for 10 Some of our farmers are planting rom Misses Fannie Carpenter and Olga Cummliw gave a very delightful part Thursday evening at the mWoneo of S D Carpenter A large crowd WM In attendance and everybody evidently on 4 joyed hinwolf judging from the many complimonU we hoard passed on the oc casion and the jrtoasuro wo experienced In being present At the residence of Mrs Grenon the evening of April let Mr Christopher Links and Mis Jennie Green wore uni ted in tie holy bonds of wedlock Rev F L Rodgers of Oklahoma OITlciaUng The groom is a clover hardworking young man while tho bride Is thoyoung rat daughter of tho late J F Green Wv extend our h artl it congratulations ceoplolSutton is visiting relatives at Buckeye Mr and Mm 1 C King of Rubble were vtetting at Mm Louisa Holttelnw Waller Pet tus visited the homefoikL Prof Iloaky 1pent day toning on Dbt rhror Min Sowder of Bee lick to the guest of her mother Mm Sowdor J II Hutclilns leas returned from Lexington where ho has bean atlimllrig a business college MiM Nell Nowlnnd of Cedar p Creek wtis with her sister Mrs W C Cummins Mrs J B Hutchins jias re turned from a visit to her sister at Jel lice Leslie Harbor has returned from t Indianapolis CHURCH MATTERS 9The 76th annual conference of the Mormon Church is In session at Salt r Lake City By a 2 to vote Donnell Ala Pres bytery of the Cumberland Presbyterian church defeated the proposition to unite with the Presbyterian church The man who becomes converted but whose conversion leads him not to the payment of his just debts has al I ready been nominated for hI with no opposition in the final election Han cock Clarion thojdreo church April 15 1C pre siding elder Rev J W Simpson will I bo present It is desired that nil the officers of the church be present All the stewards are expected to make their reports Morning anti evening services ns usual at the Presbyterian church next Sunday Sunday school promptly at 980 AI Christian Endeavor at 645- V M Morning service nt 11 oclock subject Tho Ministry of Pain to Evening service nt 730 subject The Val Icy of the Shadow of Death All visi tors and strangers will bo cordially wol come nt these services I Rev Plommons of Cynthiann will preach at tho Baptist church Sunday I morning and evening All are invited to hear him Dont forget the Sunday School nt 930 Come and bring your children Remember also to bring your contribution for missions All must be I in by the 3rd Sunday Lot each do all 1 possible for there have been more con 1verts than any previous year More missionaries hnvo been sent out and the basis of operation has been on the basis of 25 per cent for tho ear ending 1905 Encourage each othermd the committee by helping God loveth n cheerful giver Are you one that lie loves 0 M Hucy Pastor I For a Weak Digestion No nusdlclno can replace food but OharaberMnB Stomach and Liver Tablets will help you to digest your food It is not tho quantity of food taken that gives strength and vigor to tho system but tho amount digested and assimilated If troubled with a weak digestion dont fall to give those Tablets a trial Thousuiulslmvo been betioUtted by their use They only costa quarter For sale by Lyno Bros Crab Orchard These words of the poet Keep constantly in view to Willie Until they stick to you to i KINGSVILLE Dan Hester has broughtof Winfret Skidmore here 11 acres of good land near Hev It H Noel of Stanford fillet his regular appointment nt Pleasant Point Baptist church Sunday John Leach who has been living at Stanford for the last year will move to the house vacated by George Padgett George Padgett traded his house find 10 acres of land near Kingsville for II farm owned by John1 Leach and will move to it shortly Gardening seems to be the order ol the day Mack Williams planted his po tntoos Monday He is expecting a re cord breaking crop The stork has been around Triplets at the home of Mrs Martha Leachal girls Mother and little ones doing ai well us could be expected- A movement Is on foot to organise a lease ball team here With the good timber we have to draw from other teams will Jiavo to go some to hold their own with us Mesdames W IK McCarty and C M Thompson will go to Cincinnati noxl week to select their Spring and Sum mer milllnory On account of blaster coming so Into this year our milliners notwithstanding the fine weather we have had have deferred purchasing their gouda until Inter than usual G Ai Walter who has been complaining for n few days Is out again with his same old smile MiM Mary Kenney of Nlcholasvillo is the guest of her sister Mrs Charles Evans Mrs James Robinson and children of WI1 Hamstown returned homo Monday J W Thompson pntd a Hying visit to Woodstock Sunday Mrs J I John son who has boon quite III for several weeks Is convalescent Miss Elisabeth bL Creighlon loft on Wednesday for an extended visit to relatives and friends at I xington and MayBville Her many friunds wish her a pleasant and enjoyable visit MiM Mollie Walter of Stanford te vWttog her brothers G A and Wallace Walter Craig Butt will soon go to house keeping in the house vacated by Henry Wmu Manfred Cfiovolotto made his regular visit to Highland Sunday Keep It up Manfred Cheated Death Kidney trouble often ends fatally but by choosing the right medicine Mr E IL Wotto of Hoar Grove la cheated death Ho says Two years ago I had Kidney Trouble which onu od mo great pain suffering and anxiety but I took Kleutrlo Utters which oIKolcd a eotnplote euro I have also found thorn of grunt bonollt Ingen oral debility anti nerve trouble and keep thorn constantly on hand since I find they have no equal G L Ion ny Stanford and Lyno Eros Crub Orchard druggists guarantees them at BO cents An eccentric Welshman who with his wife lived a hermit life for half a century on the mountain nt Garth Llan pollen has died nail tho quaint funeral arrangements that he drew up have been carried out He requested that ho be placed in his coffin dressed in his Sunday attire including shoes stock ings and a clean linen collar Ho also specified that his favorite sealskin cap should he placed on his head and that by his side should be placed his pipe tobacco and trusty walking stick Lon don Chronicle Frightful Suffering Relieved SutTurlng frightfully from tho viru lent poisons of undigested food C G Grnytion of Lula Miss took Dr Kings New Life Tills with tho r- estiltle writes that I was cured AH stomach and bowel disorders give way to their teak laxative properties 2oontGIi Pennys Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard druggists guaranteed The Belgian creditors of Santo Do mingo are not satisfied with tho ar rangement made for tho collection and disposition of Its revenues and demand tho payment of 27000 a month here toforo agreed upon They holdover half tho Indebtedness of tho island Republic Mr W P Walton formerly the editor and proprietor of the Lexington Morning Democrat has been appointed n member of the Press Committee for the reunion of the United Confederate Veterans which will bo held nt libuis villa in Juno- PatientRut I thought your price for an appendicitis operation was only Specialist Oh that was yesterdays quotation The market opened this morning at 325 and advanced briskly to 337IPuckKeep bowels regular by tho use of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Thpre Is nothing Letter Forsalo by Lyno Bros OrnbOrchurd r A Cincinnati saloon keeper committed suicide on his wifes grave i NEWS NOTESIThomas S Knox Jropped dead after mating a hearty din nor Forest fires ore doing great damage in the South mountains of Pcnnsyl vaniaFire In a largo building nt Cripple Creek Col resulted in the deathof two men Andrew Hibbctt and James Scudder Negro murderers wore hanged in the jail yard at Nashville Cook county III voted for a five million dollar bond Issue to build a new courthouse in Chicago Louise Rivers 11 years oldor New Rochelle N1 Y died as n result of excessive rope skipping Thomas H Montgomoryprosidont of tho American Insurance Company tiled suddenly in Philadelphia Tho Coroners jury ascribed tho ox plosion which killed 43 men at Zeigler III to persons yet unknown The second fire wlthon a few months at Cadiz destroyed property worth 20000 with but 0000 insurance James E Baker jailer and democrat ic nominee for sheriff of Calloway coun ty tiled suddenly of heart failure Chris voji dor Ahe of St Louis for marly n prominent figure hi the base ball world was stricken with apoplexy while voting It te now known that Mrs Jane La throp Stanford left an estate valued at 7000000 and that 387000 will go to Stanford University William H Delus soninlaw of Chief Justice Melville W Fuller of tho United States Supreme Court commit ted suicide in Chicago The HurglaCnllahan cue was postponed at Lexington till today owing to the continued nlwunco of witnesses wanted hy tho Commonwealth- It Is said that control of the Chicago Terminal Transfer Railroad Company has paned into the hands of interests headed by J P Morgan Co TV United States produces 810000 000 metric tons of coal a year worth at the mines 136000000 had costing con sumers nearly a billion dollars- A largo force of Russians with mounted artillery and machine guns attacked the Japs near Chincheatun and was repulsed with heavy loss T C Lamb an Arizona mine super- Intendent was blown to atoms by an infernal machine while asleep at his home The coroners verdict was mur dorA receiver has boon appointed for the American Fruit Steamship Company a 5000000 corporation of which former Senator William E Mason of Chicago is president A stay of execution was granted by the United States Court of Appeals at Cincinnati In behalf of Mrs Chadwick tier attorney expects to present the appeal in May Charles Hutchison a Negro criminal who escaped from the Paducah police station shot and killed himself while pursued by a posse near Paducah Ho was wanted for shooting Policeman Eakcr nt Fulton A report was received at Lexington that Mrs Ed Callahan wife of Sheril1I Ed Callahan of Broathitt count tempted to commit suicide a few nights since as n result of worry Incident to the arrest anti possible conviction of her husband Tho State Board of Valuation and As sessment placed the total valuation of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Company nt 8216910 and iU franchise valuation at 2310900 The total valuation of tho Nashville Chattanooga and St Louis Railway Company was placed at 1050010 and its franchise valuation 345750 A dispatch from Berlin says the Ger math Embassy nt St Petersburg re gads it ns probable that tho month will not end without peace The Rus sian Emperor it is said is standing alone for n continuance of the war while the Grand Dukes nnd practically tho whole of his official family are in favor of opening negotiations for peace Frank B Harper the veteran turf man owner of the beautiful Nantura stock farm in Woodford and who for mqrly owned the great race horses and sires Longfellow and Ten Beech is dead Ho was stricken with paralysis a few weeks and ever since had been slowly sinking Ho is survived by two sisters Mrs C A Owsley of Mill way and Mrs Mary Scott The Very Best Remedy For Bowel TroublesNo Family Can Afford To Be Without I regard Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as ono of tho very best remedies for bowel troubles It writes Mr J W ilanlon editor of tho Despatch Oclllu Georgia I make this statement totter having used tho medicine In my family forsev oral years I am never without It No can afford to lw without a bottle of this remedy In tho house It Is certain to be needed sooner or later Forsalo by Lyne pros Crab Orchard t III LANCASTER nndIThe Yenger store rooms on Public Square wore sold to Sam Johnson for 3600John Sanders bought of J W Sanders 11 cattle at 30 he also bought two from J M Sanders at 32c William Onstott sold ICO barrels of corn to Jeff T Dunn at 225 San Duncan bought a horse from Ike Montgomery for 105 W R Smith sold his tobacco to R N Beozley of Paint Lick at 8 cents Our merchants and business men in conjunction with the city have about perfected plan by which tho streets will be sprinkled during the summer months A big twohorse sprinkler will be purchased which it is believed will prove a more efficient plan than that of sprinkling with the big hose as was done last summer Mrs Mary Frances Arnold wife or H Clay Arnold who has long been In falling health died at her homo Monday evening Dr E II Pearce or Danville conducted the funeral services at the Christian church of which Mrs Arnold had been a member for B number of yours Wednesday morning interment taking place in the Lancas cemoteryA received announcing the the marriage of Miss Mary C Thomp son and Ernest G Brown Wednesday- at Lebanon Junction was a surprise to their many friends Miss Thompson l Wednesday morning on the 11 o clock train without the knowledge of her parents or most intimate friends and met Mr Drown at Lebanon Junc tion They will reside in Memphis where Mr Brown accopted n position u few months since Mrs Mona Dunn and daughter Miss Ella of Brodhead have returned home after a short visit to rolativos in this city Rev Charles Reid and family of Mlddlesboro are with his mother Mrs Mary Reid who continues very ill Mr Jerry Reepeeg of North Carolina jolted his family here for n short stnyl Clyde Herring of Louisville attended the funeral of Mrs Annie L Herring Miss Mary L Burnsid has as horguest Miss Evelyn Metcalf of Lexington Mrs Alex Doty and John Doty left a few days since for Martinsvllle Ind They will be gone several weeks Miss Bettie Anderson left Wednesday for Knoxville for a visit of several weeks to Mrs W R Marrs Mrs W It Cook and son Robinson who have been spending the winter at Henderson N C have returned homeI MATRIMONIAL At his home Sharon a beautiful spot in tho heart of the Bluegrass the lion Abram Rcnick this evening married Miss Jessie McKee Pry says a Winchester dispatch The friends of the contracting parties were surprised to learn of the wedding of George Phelps and Miss Maria Smith which occured at five oclock at the residence of Rev G W Shepherd who performed the ceremony Immediately after the wedding they drove to Mr Phelps home In the country where they will reside Both bride and groom belong to prominent and popular fam ilies and they are wished nil happiness by theh friends Richmond Register Mr Phelps is n nephew of D Clifton Fowler of thus county Charles E Beck son of Mr J L Beckof the McKInney section was married at Kcwancc to Miss Lena LinJholm a beautiful young lady of that city A local paper says of the contracting parties The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs A W Lind holm nnd is popular with those with whom she Is acquainted Mr Beck has lived in Kcwaneo a few years and while here has made a host of friends Ho is an industrious young man and at present is employed in the annealing department at the plant of the Western Tube Company About Rheumatism There are few diseases that Inlllct more torture than rheumatism and theme Is probably no disease for which such a varied and useless lot of memo dies have been suggested To say that It can bi cured Is therefore a bold statement to make but Chamberlains Pain Balm which enjoys an extensive sale has met with great success In the treatment of this disease Ono appli cation of Pain Halm will relieve the pain and hundreds of sulTercrs have testified to permanent cures by Its use Why suffer when Pain Balnr affords such quick voile and costs but a trlllo For sale by Lyno UrosCrabOrchard Four persons were killed by ilhiml nating gas in tenement house on tho upper East Side In New York All persons hereafter participating in disorders nt Warsaw Poland will be tried by martial law Mrs Mary Grant Cramer sister of- Gen Grant is dead at Orange N J 9 Spring Opening Of The New StoreyYeti and lrptodnte stock of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats Caps Ladies and Gents y Furnishings c Complete in Style and Quality We invite everybody to come and inspect our goods before buying elsewhere SAM ROBINSON fNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY Tiger Disc Harrows t Tiger Corn Planters Tiger Cultivators Walking 1 Tiger Cultivators Riding D W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY I T LaPorte Vehicles i I county which is of itself evidence of their merits The follow ing list citizens who are using LaPorte Vehicles is made up from memory there are runny others to nilof whom we refer as to evidence of the worth of this work Preston Deck Hon J S Owsley Sr C McClary las F Cummins Hon M C Saiitlcy n Paxton HonK C Warren Rowan Saufley john Deck Deazley Livery J IL Hoo3eCo0 Livery M Bruce Livery L H Huches W P Grimes J S hocker flank Presdt John Lynn- Dr yu OBannon Andrew Gooch Cicero Reynolds J F IIrepresentative M S Uaughman Jas H Baughman pho S Uaughman Henry Traylor T D Newland Col T P Hill J W Brooks Jack Beatley Vm Underwood Luther Underwood Crit Eubanks Robert Sims 1K VanArsdale John Bingaraan James Hays I C Bailey Thos Dudderar Porter Robinson i Sidney Dunbar Mens Black and Cheviot Out Coats 9Sc stews and Pants al 4 Slits at 75c up Cants loo up Mens and Boys flats 15e tip Boys Caps Uo up Mens nod Boys Shoes 98e up Ladies and Misses Shoes at Too up Mens Shirts with or with out collars for Boys and Men nt oo up E P Woods Robert Woods James Woods W H Higgins J N Menefee Sam W Menefee S J Ernbry Sr E T Pence E C Walton C V Gentry W C Shanks W W Withers James Lynn Judge J P Bailey R Denham A I Carman 9Ii1centlySPECIAL SALE FOR County Court Day Week jl13eginnillgWorsted Sunday Working H- cChilttrens Casimoro Childrens Sunday 2lc- Suspenders JICHays Heavy Brown Cotton Ole up i Calicoes 4Jo up Ladies and Misses Skirts 98e lip Nice Childrens Stockings 5c up liens Socks 5c up Ladies nnd Misses Corsets lc up Baby Shoes different colors lPc up Lot of Neckties at your own price Garden Seed nil kinds two packages i for fie j Black and White Thread 200 t yards two spools for lie Ladies Belts 9c up Lead Pencils 5c dozen S Goldstein PropSTANFORD I u The Interior Journal t E C WALTON A LouisviLUJ preacher in his sermon Sunday said that Jonah and tho whale Balaam and his ass and Sam sons exploits had caused more skeptics than any three narratives in the Bi ble because people take them for liter nl recitations of things that actuall happened when in reality they are only parables And thus are our early teach- Ings rudely shattered Taught to believe the Bible we wore ta confident of the truth of all its statements as the good brother who said he believed tho Jonah and the whale story and wouli have believed it just as implicitly if it had instead told that Jonah swallowed the whale Our modem preachers an getting too smartL- OUISVILLE did herself proud in hon oring the head of the nation Gotf Beckhams introduction of the president was well said concise and pointed Gen Castleman made an ideal chief marshal Col W B Haldeman handled his press committee finely and every thing was lovely and tho goose honker high with one exception Gov Bradley and Gus Willson seem to have taken m I hand in the glad display Are they persona non grata or did they go off behind the house and pout THE Simplon tunnel connecting italy and Switzerland was used for the first time Sunday It is 12 miles long being the longest by odds in the world and its construction is a marvel of engineering skill The dangers and obstacles which seem insurmountable were overcome by science anft mosey ahWftfWWifmnKttW sacrificed than in any similar undertaking It took many years to complet- eit but it will stand for ages as a monu ment to its makers and promoters OF the 147000 Negroes registered to vote under the old constitution in Vir ginia only 21000 are registered under the new The latter puts many restrictions on the right of suffrage one of which is the payment of poll tax On the other hand 276000 of the 301000 whites formerly qualified have regis tered The Old Dominion realizes that this is the white mans country and by the eternal they must rule it y THE pool rooms are again running wide open in Lexington the bar rooms never close for Sunday or anything and crime is generally rampant over there The only law that seems to be enforcer is the antiexpectoration enactment A man may kill run pool rooms gambling houses etc and go unmolested but if he spits on the sidewalk he is a goner until he planks up his five andcosts Tim Nevada Legislature took off the lid and left the pot wide open Every restriction to gambling and liquor on the books was repealed and every thing goes now except prize fighting in that State The result will be watched with interest but we suspect it wont be worse there than in this State where prohibitory restrictions are found only a in the statute books w NEWS fromYork that since his appointment as collector the s Negro Anderson is making himself very conspicuous and frequently dines with f white republicans at the Fifth Avenue As the Negro is better than the white man who makes him his social equal a little comment is necessary The Afri t can generally knows his place B J NEWLON an old timer and his t son H S Newlon have bought the iEminence Constitutionalist thereby in suring usefulness of that sterling journal founded by the late W A Hol land Mr Newlon is a Confederate sol dier one of Mosbys men and is as vigorous with the pen as he once was with the sword IT is rumored that Japan will demand an indemnity of 500000000 Consid ering the amount she has spent in prosecuting the war and lost many thousands of the best and bravest of her soldiers 1thesum is small But where will poor Russia get it from o THERES life in the old party yet The democrats caraiod Chicago by a large majority for mayor and most of the cities in Montana elected democrat ic officers Tuesday As Mr Watterson was wont to say Patience and shuf tie the cardsS- TATISTICS show that there were 9 240 suicides in this country last year Next thing to killing somebody else the most foolish thing on earth is to kill J ones self A little patience and nature 4 would soon attend to the matter AGAIN are we reminded that there are no pockets in a shroud Mrs Stan ford of California who died under 1mysterious circumstances couldnt take anent of her 7000000 with her- r ANDREW CARNEGIE denies that he ever said that to die rich is to die dis graced For this assurance much t thanks We not want to leave the- M world disgraced A DIVORCED ple in Indiana has just remarried the woman determining to take the most horrible revenge she could by so doing I d dtI IT is stated that I D Smith the South Dakota farmer who has made 500000 out of the soil alone has retie ed from active life If there are any farmers in this section ready to retire with such a wad they will please hands up TUB question of which is the butt end of a goat is agitating Philadelphia Wit those of our readers who are interested please settle the matter IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIESI George Talbott aged Mercer The home of Henry Adams of Casey burnedcausing a 2000 loss Born at Denver Colorado to the wife of lion W II Ramsey a fine boy A Telephone line has been completed from Irvins store Russell county tc Mill Springs in Wayne county W D Hammack of Garrard had his Packet picked while watchmg the Roosevelt parade in Louisville He lost 20- George W Burnett has been appoint ed postmaster at Burfield Wayne coun ty and Zeal 0 Logan at Nancy Pulas ki county The members of the Boyle County Fiscal Court will inspect every foot of turnpike in the county this week and ascertain the exact amount of repairs if any that is to be done the present yearThe following is the roll of honor of Pruitt Academy Moreland for month ending March 31 Grade VI Irene Ep person 96 Pearl Hutchison 88 Ada Dunn Pruitt SO Grade V Mattie Jones 85 Grade HI Joe Hutchison and Madison Sandidge 91 Ethel Blackener 86 Grade II Clifton Sandidge 97 Alva Helm 89 Fourteen pupils were present every ba ywf GlvAjbj vav cipalCEDAR CREEKThere will be preach ing at Sugar Grove Sunday at 11 A M Sunday school will be organized Ev erybody invited Mrs Mollie McKin ney is very low Little Zona daughter of Mitchell Whitt has pneumonia An dy Adams has moved to Dr Owsleys farm James Parrish moved to C G Wares Mrs LeRoy Willis left Thurs day to join her husband at Montgom ery Ala Mrs Thena McFadden has been visiting relatives here for a week past Grandma as she is familiarly known has reached the ripe old age of 86 and is very active for her age She makes her home with her soninlaw Abel Bryant She is well posted on the Bible aud loves to explain it Miss Av arilla Livingston has been confined to her bed for several weeks with a com PitImanPOLITICAL The president arrived at San Antonio Texas last night at 839 oclock- A blooded Kentucky horse has arriv ed at Frederick Okla for the use of the president duriug his huntnextweek Gov Mickey of Nebraska has sign ed a bill prohibiting the manufacture and sale of cigarettes and cigarette pa perThe Tennessee House of Representa tires made sure of the million dollars donated to Peabody College at Nashville by passing the necessary bill which hadalready passed the Senate At a meeting of the Republican Com mittee of the Fortythird legislative dis trict composed of Casey and Russell counties held at Liberty Monday a delegated convention was called to meet at Danville on May 27 to nominate a Republican candidate for Repre sentativeJudge Edward F Dunne Democrat was elected Mayor of Chicago over John M Harlan Republican by a plu ality of nearly 25000 votes By the result of the election the city is committed to muncipal ownership of public utilities and the extinguishment at the arliest practicable date of private ranchises for such enterprises The Socialist candidate polled a larger vote han was expected as there was much In the Democratic platform that was believed to be satisfactory to them Here and There In a pistol duel between policemen and deputy sheriffs at Huntington three were wounded The Minneapolis man who sent threatening letters to the President was given a year in prison The body of Mrs Schulz supposed to have been murdered in St Louis by Jo hand Hoch will be exhumed The unknown murderer of an Italian In San Francisco carried away the headarms and legs of his victim Paris police have seized arms and are westigating what is believed to be a onspiracy against the government Argument has begun in the Barbour rial at Shepherdsville Among the inesses who testified was Mrs Mary lagan widow of the man killed At the close of the meeting of the irectors of the Equitable Life Assur nce Society in New York yesterday a statement was given out that the meetI- ng had been harmonious S C T Dodd chief solicitor of the Standard Oil Company gave out a statement in which he declares that the statement that Rockefeller made his money dishonestly is false is vile and being made in the doublyile It is mainly owing to her fondness for wandering about the kingdom in quiet and informal manner that the youthful Queen of Holland has become so timately acquainted with her subjects and gained knowledge which should prove exceedingly useful to her during her reign Previous to her betrothal to Prince Henry scarcely a week past but Queen Wilhelmina visited some one of the towns in Rolland just as an or dinary tripper might do in fact her indepcndancu of the restrictions Instituted by Court etiquette often caused Her Majestys royul mother ho small amount of uneasiness But the youthful Queenwho it might be mentioned is particularly strongwilled generally used to have her own way in such matters and would drug her mother everywhere she took it into her head to got Rheumatic Pains Quickly Re lleved Tho excruciating pains characteris tin of rheumatism and solution ire quickly relieved by applying Cham berlains Pain Balm Tho grunt pain relieving power of tho liniment has been tho surprise toad delight of thous ands of sufferers Tim quick relief from pain which it affords is alone worth many times its cost For sale by Lyne Bros Crab Orchard He was evident ed Still I shall keepA upper lip he said The glrllooked grieved But it isnt pleasant to a man with a stiff upper lip she complained After that it was plain sailing Stockmon Notice I will stand at my place ID Stanford my line Registered Imp 10 and Cblna boar Lincoln Chief atfl Ready for f trice WO Walker Strawberry Plants For Sale flieielneIolVi YY6fYkLYtrAuI etu ry Plants for tale Jrsate IJubicti Glen Mary Parker Earl Gamley Havlland Tennessee Prolific Clyde Plants ire nice and well rooted- J L JOHNSON KlDgstille Ky lion your roll rot tnititl by T F GROSS Irttellerst Ill Ky tin wellknown ens I rutor of liorwj und mirm doctor oaU IIiClIOIIIUllmlllII FOR SALE I Belli hunjrt acres of as fine Un4 as you win fin In Central Kentucky with twenty thouunl JoMiri worth of DrkkNtliingonlanj running itr or ree pike close b this onl lo an acre WII BLAKELEY Bonn Green Ky A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Ofiice over McRoneru Drug Store ii the Owaley Building R A JONES Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office in Myers House Parlor Phone No 1 PUBLIC SALE I will on SATURDAY Alilir 1IiG At my rvMdinw two tulle Knut of HnMon pike1IIV coniHtllli of lliirMi Milks Cattle Hlnnn hogs te2 good Jersey owsY1 Ewes IIlOIIAIhllkllollrd turllllllllIml11I111I11flab FnudlySinnTern iiindit known on ilnyuf wile- JUSIAII IIIHHOI JP CiCKxIi Auct Iliistimvlllf Ky DORSET GOLDDUST 12055 Full brother to Kstvll i10 II Hired by llriull noldiliikt 4O liv rioMdtlat by ViTinont MorKiuiliiit by Cllciidlnn Imp Arnliliiu itjilllon- l or oy iollIUkt taut is Florence liy flol ilfii MliiKO Chief4 n son of flnRVi MorKiin making him nn IntlIII lRKrr Morgan stallion deucndlng from Moomnon Iwth sliud sire Ixit homily of rood bones known honey tiolildiut In u dark say bbick- pnl01alu1110 lid wclulu 1yU pounds A proven and uniform snider of hl liolnm round nnd KiiHtirn horwn voniMnliiK all the tolenundHid comllnc iiildlUK of the Amcrlciii more 11031111111 reek U Diamond tumla Twelve of Ida coil have told for ov r ilW In the two earn Jib wrvleu In ottertsl for less than my hors of his producing quality In Ken ucky Will tllllil rom omlfustnnvilloplkn at is to Insure toilvilig colt llIIwy due wn oil drops or a are luirtwl with i y breeder liireit kept nt lIIe per day on grin No r ponMhllity for iiecldents or oncapen The tent or van and handling give n Jelrd F HKIDHtanford or Danville Ky e tC lary Undertaker Erabalmer and Dealer in Harnes9Siuldlcry Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY f i i t CRLTERIONit ftHHo t I I+ Z4 ++ H 1 t+4t J I H MROBERTS STANFORD IiPROSPECT 2087 DEstntrrios FoaledApril as goo 16 hands high solid bay with white feet be hind a model in form with superior style a show horse second to none either In harness or under saddle PEDIGREE Sired by Dignity Dare tl2 SajutrrelheDignity Dates 1St dam Little Mont by Welchmont he by William Welch he by Hygdicks Hambletonian Prospects ut dam Dora Deane 2740 by On Time he by Stonewall Jackson Sr and dam by Joe Abdallah he Abdallah Glencoe 3rd dam by Punks Sumpter Denmark 04lb dan by Black Hawk Morgan jth dam by Oliver he by Wagner dam by Imp Messenger Will serve a limited numberI of mares the present season at J sure a live colt Money due when colt ii foaled or mare or parted with Mares grazed at 82 per month all bills paid before removal of mates not respon ruble for accidents or Three miles from Shelby City on the Huttonvilli ti Danville pike CARPENTER fc SANDIDGF FOR SALE I McONNEY ROLLER MILLS I osier for sale mv milt and residence ID Jcl lneT Ky Mill has four capacity ol barrels and meal 1U y Mill li well equipped with modern marhin err In good repair Iln storage cuminWas SOOO bushels of wheat also large and cribs Wagon scale operated from oflise coal bins lee house All under root Never falling water In mill lot Mill Is within 100 feet of Cincinnati Southern It U track and has private tiding The lees tion Is good for the following reasons Mc Klnney U nearest market to may of the largest wheat and corn growers In LIIioln county largo territory furnishing custom grinding The feed and coat bushier la connection with mill pays well No trouble to market all products trots mill Kin dence Is a twostory six room frame with cistern on back porch Milk house at beck door cemented all comparatively new Large barn buggy homo In mill On ac count of my lalllnl eyesight and health generally rn have sdvbed me to quit the milling business For further particulars call on or address Dr Edw Al corn Ky or W B UeKlnney KyJ31CKINNPs11cKlnaey ICy J K BAUGHMANSNABOTH Ily Naboth bay thrceyenniold and a much finer hone than huts slreso well known In this part of the State as a breeder of style and durability Dam Electlumecr val bySoral 2il45i a ton at 125 Nora Norvals first dam by Metropoli tan son of Hambletonlan urn of Oeorjjo and Electioneer 2d dam by Mambrl 00stnrHghtgarddambyOllveriilh darn by Ib eth dAm by Tborntoueltattlor A plendld lndlvld unl with a pedigree as fine as any hone HUMMER JR lIaJ talllon 15i bands u good Individual with abundant speed l1e II by Hummer 5112 sire of Bouncer 209 Stately 2lUi Spal 3I2 Quickly 2il4 Mountaineer Jsl8J4 Hpecdon 2II Si IS In 230 Hummer 0112 Is a son the renowned Electioneer and savooni Is the only son of Electioneer IIvlnJIliat II out 01 a George Wilkes mare and with the exception of Arlon It tine only son In Kentucky drat has a 200 performer to Discredit Hummer Jri di m I Zulma by the great Lord Itussell darn OodivabyAudltor 73 HAPSBURG 509 Great coach ilatllon 101 hands high by Imp Olosternnd out of a mare Wonder ful one wlsbingnveryhighbredc- onch horsetobreed on mares for getting style speed und actlon should nee this hor- seJESSE ALVERSON Shetland Fine Indlvldualgosd breed stile and actionIIr AU or these horses wlllstand at 110 to In mare a colt NAPOLEONW- ill also stand my Jack at 110 to Insure wares and liD by the season from April to July for Mares snared atl2 per monthwhich mall cales roust he before they are removed Carotaken to prnentaccldenu but not fe- ponllbl anY ooeur KBoUOnMAN Mustonrille Ky fn nr 1t On n nlnus coat linsft niqninng Tt moans value fit nut boanfy 5 Our stock o6nprisos almost ev t elY con cifnblo fabric and style Regular fourtt button sacks in Browns Black and Fancy from 750 to 1760 Slims mode for tall mon two f t inches longer tlwnthe regular coat V10 1250 aud 15 Exult sixeslfrom 12 to COj in size at J 10 1260nnI 15 Our stock of Black goods is fine indeed 10 to 1750 single und doub- lebreasteds there any reason why we should not suit you Lotus try t J n standing s f Cant B 1Touched for painting houses Tho rensona plninJ Mastic luomIns as prove ling they cant Tho analysis of Mastic is pull lished Itd made of pUN load zinc aud linseed oilclue most durable kind of piilnt uud iU purity is therefore unquestioned As purity means durability tho splendid wear- Ing qualities of Masllc have given it the title of Tho JCtnd That Zatts II and this tWo la backed up by our absolute guarantee Mastic Is made by t PEASLEE GAULBERT CO Inc LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY and wo heartily recommend to j our trade 19 FOR GALE BY PENNYS DRUG STORE ill r I t I GIBBONS MAY Stanfordt IoME CONTORTS detracted from if the interior IAre dccIdo not properly harmonize Fire ghtnhig LIB and Accident lint HTItONOKHT and lleprenented los Loss 1aylnit lecUnequalled Residence Ibdne Et1J Let us you about theiproper and effect The benefit of our experience and our many facilities arc at your disposal VHlaliolmndlo I slotloneryuudHUndrkuscnnlefoundnaywluru bent iiiiidf Varnish Htiilnn liitiiter wm Knu Mnin Htrevt Ky DANVILLE KY J G Weatherford Co DEALERS INto 1 Jt- o C DRY GOODS NOTIONS FURNISHING GOODSi I Hats Shoes SpecialtyToilet FURNITURE AND CARPETS Battings Mattresses Trunks c Allat prices that will please the closest buyers INSURANCE Li WlndHtorni noun the HKHTCompnnleH Ixiwent ullilo lUiteg Oniirniitnd ord Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky No f2 t f Iaid in bringing desired W nl the t Sideboards Pruitt Brothers fryr- 1nrrotellbrttingnrRugaallLrrcniurtnihlgan ntoftirenmostityileh PRUITT BROS Moreland Ky t T Covert Jackets 11T1ldy are nil the rage You should have a Uht wrap We offer some very pretty ones for So to 850 SILK WRAPS Several snmple garments that aro very swell Look at them Another supply of Soisctts Taffeta Silks Panama Cloths Mohair itl s f STAXFnittt KY Avmi 7 111051 JUSTICK to yourself nntl to phy k nlcian t mntorlnli sir most careful eorv1eo In wwparing hla- proAcrlptioni I Store crlptlon nro filled That ie at lennydnl PERSONALS Mn JOHN W WALLACU continues 4very ill ANn Mus SAM M OWBVS nre In CincinnatihotWednesday MH IJ K WEAHBN of Paducah was here ycatonlay lots II C HAUQIIMAN of the West End U very ill JUIMJK M C BAUiLBV Is ntlondlnR circuit court at Liberty t Miss ANGIR KINNAIUD of Lancaster la with Miiw Clara Cooper Tiirnn is little or no change In tho condition of Mrs E P Wads Mil lUntnt AiU5ov of I t ln ton was the ghost of Mrs Mary Burch Illus It C HOIITON took little llor ton GriMom to his parents In Aikirytm tonlay Miss EuzAnBTii CRBIQIITON of Kingflvllle Is vlUng Mm Jamas U r toy in Lexington t MRSUAMHH W P TAn awl C II Paine and Miss Margaret Paine wunt to I Louisville ytwUnlayT- UUNHII CAUlRNTicn and Ixmlio Cun I ningham are at homo from tho Lour t vlllo Training School liON D C EowAitns amt wife of London paused through on yostordnys tSouthbound pawiongar- Mm W M UHIOIIT WM roolectwl treasurer by tho fiscal court a compli r s ment worthily iMMtowed MRS J IAXTON and Moss Jcnn r s Pdxtonipont several slays with thfor mcra parontu at Lancaster I nit J IL Owsuflf returned Wodnos day from a visit to to hut ton Mr B p Owgloy at Columbus Ga WALUACB WAITRK and hambomt little ton Ukhanl WulUr of Kingnrillo were bore ysster day MR J L JONRC who it in the irwur r anti buaineM at Shelby City called ami t lubscrllxM for the I J Wotlnwiky TilK condition of County Attorney Jams I Hamilton is raid improvod and he lit now conoldorod out of nU dan gor Lancaster Record Miss ANNIH THOMPSON of Mt Vernon wan on today train on route to Lexington to attend n reception at Hamilton College tonight t VIROINIA HBAVRIIS is tho name of a little daughter that has arrived to blow the homo of Mr and Mrs Charlos Lutes of tho Mt Salon section MRS nOOKS and Miss Mollie brooks have returned to Crnb Orchard after n delightful visit of several months to Mr James W Brooke at Los Angeles s I Calf Mn E D KENNKDY and family have rented Mrs George Vaughns cottage On East Main Street Jlr Ivon Fish nnd wife will occupy the house on Lo gan Avenue they will vacate Dn litG SiNQttrroN has located at Bowling Green to practice his profes sion dentistry lie U n flno young man and wo heartily commend him to the r d food peoplo of the Park City t ttvLOCALSr NECK stock of buggies in for court day W II Higgins lon breach of the pence Forest Hans J ford was fined 10 anti Mnllnda Nelson also colored was fined 5 for thu same Jrol1ense plartte for sale at W H Higgins and George II Farris J I Tomato plants at IGc per dozen and xt vc cabbage plants at SOc per 100 FlRBAunt Mary Lytloa house on Danville Avenue caught fire this nf ternoon but tho blaze was extinguished before much damage was done Jackadvertise HBAD our horse month carefully If you have mares to breed The best stallions and jacks in Kentucky are advertised In tho I J LueopaReynolds a JRIvNolnsMr the South End died d of troubles lend will Ii 1 of a complication afterthis bo burled at Wnyncsburg r Vnoon e rr TllEChristian Endeavorere at Pleas ant Grove Gnrrard county will have an dice cream and candy supper on Wedne- sJdaynlght mh Admission 25 and 15e Go and help a good cause SOMRTIIIVO entirely new in Lap Dus tots at J C McCUrys See it FOR StiuiAn 0 K Jewel stove No8 in good condition Atao heating stovo bedsteads cot and a fine organ S II Cook Stanford Pfim bred White Wyandotte eggs for rale DustonFlahel strain for 1CJ cash with order George C Good Covlngton Ky 44 Pike street It SANTA CIAUS DALTON Afred Bright and Hnnc Klperton wore giv en 17 days at hunt labor by Judge Till ble for taking on too much booze We will have tome new things on dill play Saturday that arrived too late for our opening Come in then It may bo the heat day of all John P Jones KBV H K agent for the Continental Insurance Co settled in full wlthlGeorgo Davis of Casey who lost his house tiy fire a few weeks ago AN English judgo has decided that SJfiO is enough to pay for an Easter bonnet The man who will nun on such an Issue in this district will bo elected even If he Is n republican Fui1 line of new furnlturo suits folding beds Iron txIiI mattresses apringa aide boards droescra buffets tablet chairs Pricos as low as tho lowest Tribble Pence MIBS KLUV HALLOU tolls us that tho Central University Glee Club assisted by members of hur music class will give an entertainment at Waltons Opera House on the evening of May 12th TllK Stanford Water Light Ico Co is now prepared to deliver ice in any quantities within city limits Those wanting Ice in morning please notify us the afternoon previous Phone 14 H F Rout manager 4t Ftsit STORY Blackburn Huffman tells us that ho and his uncle Mr John Huffman of tits Gilbert Creek unction caught 2112 ton in Ii days fishing Thoy were all MwllghU and measured ftpm four to eight Inches in length Tim trustees of Stanford Male nnd renal Seminary have elected Dr 0 B Pnllfe as president for another term The doctor has glvon entire satisfaction to tho trusteed and patrons and tho school Iti in u most healthy condition DURING tho month of March six die vorce suits wore filed in the Boyle cir cult court and only two marriage li censes were issued by the clerk Whats getting into our Boyle county friends 7 At this rate in a few years there will not bo enough married persons in our sister county to act as chaperones Dlt W D aIF announces that the seventh annual commencement ex orcises of the Stanford public school will bo hold at tho opera house on Fri day evening April 28 The annual ad dress will be delivered by Dr W H Ballard of Lexington Bessie Broad dus Minnie Bailey nnd Mary Evans arc tho graduates- DEiiGIiTFUIOccASIoNMm Chaa Hamilton Paine of Boston who Is at homo for a visit to her parents was given n most beautiful reception Tues day afternoon by her mother Mrs William Preston Tate Tho Tate home was very effectively decorated for tho oc casion Tho drawing room where the guests were received was quite pretty in white carnations and potted plants and tho library was in pink and here two lovely young ladies Misses Mary Higgins nnd Lo Grande Jones served frappc to tho guests The dining room was in crimson carnations a hugo bunch in n cut glass vase being the cen ter decoration of the table and on either end were placed the silver ten urns from which tho charming matrons Mesdames L B Cook and J G Carpenter poured tho tea nnd in tho back hall the musicians were hidden from view by an alcove of palms and potted plants Those who received with Mrs Tnte were Mrs Pnlnc Mrs C K Tate Mrs J II Baughman and Mrs L M Omer Mrs Tate was handsomely gowned in gray silk Mrs Paino wore an exquisite gown of real lace made princess Mrs Clarence Tate was quite linndsome In whito silk Mrs Baugh mans costume was a beautiful of white brocaded satin while Mrs Omer wns charming in white chiffon mohair The occasion was unusually pleasant 150 calling during the afternoon a great many of whom were former schoolmates of the guest of honor tiighGrade Footwear For women Tho Old Reliable ZEIGLER BROS Wo have just placed on sale the Spring 1H05 Styles in Ladies Low Shoes There is nothing left out in these They have the style tho prico is reasonable and the wearing quality is in each pair The novelties in this line you wont see elsewhere Come let us show you ethrAtrCS SONISTA FORD Joiotih creation DONT forgot us while you aro at court Monday OUR mattings are now jut from tho factories Prices right Trlbblo Ponce WILL pay 13c for good nice frellhI eggs lOc for hone H B Northcott Stanford Ky HARGIS trial postponed again until Tuesday on account of Witness Ansc Whites absence LOST between Glove Irvines on the Danville pike and Stanford n gold lead necklifce Leave at this office HORse Show at fiustoonvllie tomorrow afternoon and hero Monday Attend both nnd take along your animals if you have any to show LOST on Somerset pike womans hand bag containing scissors earrings eye glasses needles pins etc Amanda Farris colored TUB owner of a safe carriage horse good looker and good stopper might lisjHjjo of him by writing to W P Walton Lexington Ky CARPETS rugs druggets mattings linoleums and wall paper Prices to meet competition Come to see us fore buying Tribble Ponce IT is rather chilly today to don n Spring garb but the INTERIOR JOURNALS dross WM ready for her and she put it on We hope you will like the style and fit of it and will like it the more the oftener you sec It WE nre now having dogwood winter or some other kind of winter Any way it is almost as cold as Christmas and some snow fell yesterday and this morn ing The clouds of the lust two morn ings have prevented killing frosts WHILE home from town the other dsy Mrs John Gooch and daughter Miss Annie Gooch had a narrow es cape from serious injury A portion of the farness broke and the horse became unmanageable Mrs Gooch jumped and was badly bruised PIlOt J Bosthas as superintendent of the Graded School and will accept a chair in Central Uni varsity The many friends ho and his wife have made during their sojourn here will give thorn up with regret The trustees have not elected a successor to ProtoDosley u AFTER people visit the larger cities they always tell of the great 5 and 1 Oc store they have visited and the bargains offered So to fill tho want wo hays established a mammoth 5 and lOc de partment where tho public can get the same big values as In the 5 and lOc city stores John P Jones PEDAGOGUE TO EDITOR Prof K S Eubank formerly of this place but now superintendent the Graded School at Hustonville has bought a half inter est in the Southern School Journal at Lexington and will movo to that place and assume his duties at the close of his school His friends here wish him great success in his new role THERE was quite an exciting time at Mr Luther Underwoods ono day last week A snake about 16 or two Inches long was cooked in some cabbage of which the family ate heartily After dinner the snake was discovered but luckily none were poisoned as they drank grease and melted butter Hcdgevillc cor Advocate IT is passing how close the votes are in some primaries and elections Recently there was n tie i Uockcastlo county T J Hill for sheriff in this county only claims one majority also in the primary in Clark county there was only one difference in the county clerks race while in McCracken coupty the two candidates for circui- Ierk got 824 votes each In tho latter case the candidates will run tho race ovel nightCouncilmnnMayor Pro Tern to servo tho city in the absence of Mayor Florence A lot of claims were ordered paid Tho street committee recommended that brick avements be laid on Danvillo street commencing at J W Wallaces corner HarveylelmsDr Steele Baileys Including him Also- puvements were made on Lancaster from W 0 corner to M F Elkins including him A lot of old pavements were ordered epairedon Main Wholesale cer was granted C V Gentry and then the body adjourned 0y 3200 ROLLS of wall paper just arriv ed in addition to our already large stock of wall paper We also have lace cur lain curtain polos curtain stretchers and window shades Tribblc Pence GEORGE KOWSEY sent up from Boyle county In May 1898 for the murder of a German named Kaiser for life has been granted a parole It will be remembered that Ilowsey shot his victim at the entrance of the courthouse at Danville Tile following schedule will go into effect on this division of the L N Sunday No 21 Southbound will pass Stanford at 1143 r M No 22 Northbound at 217 P M No 23 Southbound at 1230 P M andNo 24 Northbound at 425 A No 21 takes the place of No 25 No 22 the place of No 24 and No 2i the place of No 2G NOTICE I All personi having claims against the ei tote of W II Hitdgett deceiird will present them to roe properly verified tmfore SUytu IW5 Cinlibk not prmctej within time will ont be avowed O D SACfLtY M 0 L co MIKADO Bay coach stallion 15t hands high good stylo and action Bred by Crouch Son of Indiana He has proven him self a great breeder Come look Mikado over before booking our mares He will sire bi ctsthe kind the farmers need Will stand at my four miles West of Crab Orchard at 6 to insure a live colt Will also stand fine jack JOHN known the Cochran jack at 7 for mare mules and S6 for horse mules John Is 15 hands high with white and black x ints John has proven himself a good jackLien on all colts until season money is Mares traded or parted with or removed from the county for felts the insurance Care taken to vent accidents but not responsIble- should any occur GEORGE D BOONE H F D No Stanford Ky IN A BOTH JR NulKith JrI n Wnutlful dark luiy with limivy ninnw and toll with tx n plenty nf style end llnltli and bas xlrtln Illchur troll and U worked would ter nn Gist us nit NiilKith tdlrr Unix over 10 hands blitz wighs IKIIIIIb only 1IlIrNolIl lhl Miiy lit In by tine vHIkmiwn NIIIKh wise wits by WuMujJiiiiii sire of Ijitllnclv 217 M nnf ninny otlirr In the lIt Will Inelimn Jsiilxitli lr h u MIII nf firorK lIk First linn TiiiMl Iiy MtKMMiRvi Duroc MIII of Hiimlilftnnliin and sin NI Isr9 tin iliini of Norlnlnc ymrlliu reonllall Natioth Jrn first ilnm MI1Ir Chlif Jr 2ml hytrlt Sllldnmothoroughbred Ilewfll mnkothi MitMinof in A nt my stable In Stanford Ky nt the low price ofllJJVl to Inure II llvlni colt Money duo when colt U fonlfd or non itarti il with MareI trailed orrvmortd Iron hlN forfeit the limirance nml tin money In silo Ileii rctalmil on volts null teuton h iMili- lNalmtli U considered the is It horwinil till the iHKt lior eilii Kentucky to lirwd ti for lilKlicliin Inirn hone See him be run you bard J It IIKALKY Htunford Ky J L Beazley Co Undertakers anti Embalm ere Also Dealers in Fur uiture MnttingsKug They willexchange Furniture for nil Kinds of Stock Give Them n Call Prices night KENTUCKYn THE WARFIELD Trial 824 Trotting Dark bayalliun ISaX hand foaled IDOl bred Farm East Au 2165tSon of Mambrlno King 12iO sire of Lord Derby NlRhtloRnle MeUllo The Queitor Lady of the Manor hclrat Law lUng Ohurlei Mock InK Uo y Mtrcfi nil with records under 3OSH First darn Naughty Olrl by Ilex Amerl cus 2MOO 2nd dam nucrrna br Mntnbrlno King J7D 3rd dam Uotlet by Nutwood 600 4th dam Topaz by tratbmorr 9th data Mlllard by Cth data Nee ry Edwin Forest 7th dew Lady Turner by Mambrl Chief The War eld wai worked only OOdajslatt season and ihowed a 224 clip over a bad- bait mile track lie Is sound good headed good good wind good feet and 111 kind and easy to handle In one out of harness one that will stay and trot nil day He will make the nreteut season At Sam Owens near McKinney at f IS to triune a living colt Mare traded off or bred to another horse forfetu Insurance and makes season money due Lien retained on colts until season U paid ENOLEMAN ft OWENB i JRaincoatsXr If you dont own n Raincoat you shouldas they are serviceable and stylish See what 10 win buy t SJ j See our Ladics Neckwear 10 to 50c Belts 25c to lj Belt Buckles 25 and 50eiBack and Side Comb Sets 25c to 1 Everything in White Linen 2uc to 150 sw a f f f f a f Ir if- S t Ii i y HIGLEDDY PIGLEDDY The Latest Novelty in Mens Hatsas This style has just made its appear ance in the larger cities See our stock for the latest novelties and the best STAPLE SHAPES 1 Let us Sell You Your Next Hat J CUf1IIINS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky Millinery Opening At The Charles Wheeler Emporium APRIL 6TH AND 7TH r i With n display of 400 patterns from tho fine Parisian creation to the every day walking lint A cordial invitation ia extended to our patrons of Lincoln Boyle nnd Casey counties i A Tiling Of Beauty Is A Joy Forever if it is a beautiful Bath Room Dont fail to see my sample bathroom in window A complete outfit I have two complete outfits to select from different style tubs closets and lavatory See My white enamel sink with back and hard wood drain board It is a beuutYlil S H GEfPhone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky Talk to Geo H Farris About StovesAny Kind You Need Hes Got Em iII 3 J r tThe Interior Journal Entered in tlll PottOffice at Stafford at rrcond class matte- rrrrnttAttaD TUEHUAYS AND PIUDVYS AT 100 PER YEAR CASH HPWhen not so paid 1200 wilt be charged NOTICE You should tee us before you let out your house carriage and root palming Paperhanging a We have ot paper from throe leadlnjthouses the world and can sell you wall cheaper than ou can stenl It Estimates furnished on application All work guaranteed DKIIIEN R Co street J Ha IOONE I CO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STflBUE Stanford Kv Hood Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Ooal BD CARTERSuccessor to Bruce h Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horace on commission Stock Puns In Connection HOTEL PROPERTY AND STABLE FOR SALE I desire to sell privately try hotel property and livery Itlble In ing can housed hotel or private resilience and Is well arranged for two eta ble has stalls repair Fleu tywater at barn and hotelIf house 1t not will rent It and can give tlos sesston on that date Can Rive pofscMlon of barn If rented or sold separately on Nov 25 louse and barn newly Ho tell In Graded School district For further particulars call on or address ns OARPrSXEn lIu1JDylllKy DaJtl Traylor OCALIB IN WlHskn Brandu Wines Beer Gloars Etc KYOloaPromplaodpoInattentionl Nothing but the be to ddnk phone cr orders secdv pronrtttuntlon Give Me Your Order I Can Please You- Why buy ready made clothing he there is so little difference in the price ol high grade ready wade suits and a suit out measure taken by an ex handeomlPlnelow price business suit to the suit Also Spring overcoats and trous ers The company I represent is one ol the best I also have a line goods I make up myslt for those who prefer It H C RUPLEY tho Tailor r Valuable Property For Sale fen acres of land a two story front 7 t room cottage The house Is now Aplon did garden orchard There Is a large milt on the place a good crusher and the dam Is In good and the natural pow er Is economy In running the business Everything Is Does a splendid has all necessary put ReThe owners only reason selllDg the rush of other business as be has ex tensive farming Interests to look after This property is on the flanging Fork about I and osn toe bought at a dress adrSL It Hughes POSTED We whoie name appear below strictly turbid bunting tubing or any kind of tres i pasting on our places and will prosecute violator to the full extent of the law Mn Kelchenbach Bros Fred VonOruenlganAlbettvenoruenigan Fred VonAUman Alfred Simpson George Uolmes Miss cattle U Hewes F Relchcnbuch Charles Cum min Jos Ballnu A 0 Dunn S M Holmes W E Amon1V K Daugherty M J Hoffman M D Elmore W Tarter J Nevln Carter hornakersThomas Forrlll F J Conn John BOamenlsch Sam Trowbrlilge A n Root aril r NUMBER ONE r I Veterinary 1 t I IA uu 1tlonf S and joints of HORSES AND CATTLE Valuable for sprains brulseslama I nets ringbone spavins poll eyl founder HjrenvM of Joints weakness of wind gays callus frost IwelllngI It I etlrJointspm Ifected throe times a cracked heels ringbone pollevil etc tho general directions are In ap ply the Liniment freely twice dally 50o and II bottles for sale by IJPharmacist J DR W N CRAIG 1 t LSTANFORD KYJ If 11 Ihr r UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost as good as new for a amount can Hx your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for less money Glee me a trial UNIt ATKINS Stanford For Rent or Lease A splendid largo dry storeroom and a large warehouse attached recently occupied by Levy Bros Stanford Ky Ap ply for particulars o J B Owsley or to Lincoln National Bank J B OWSLEY Stanford Ky For Sale Privately house and 10 acres of land situated just outside of town limits on the Somerset pike Rouse has 7 rooms kitchen and serpent room good collier stable end all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for stock- J P BAILEY Nice Home For Sale I Raving decided to return to Somerset I offer for sale privately mv home on East Main Street In Stanford The residence Is a six room cottage brand new bath room and all conveniences The lot contains about IK acres of land and the home Is a most delightful one Tor further particu lars call on or write mo at Somerset J Beck or Wm Beck at Stan- fordI3EECHERMy Urge DUck Jack will make the season of at my sbble three miles North of Gab Orchard at To INSURE A LIVING COLT money due when colt Is foalej or the liar parted with a lien retained by law on colt until season Is fttl Not responsible for accidents but care taken la prevent same Beecher Is years otl and Is black with points tired by Joe Blackburn and he by Second Prince anJ he by Prince from Sln- NaomlsThlydJennet ST1UALL Crab Orchard Ky 0I PeytonDE- ALER IX Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tabaccosk Stanford r RESTORATIVE CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY smWUoneoeretggyi1personal To utain this tai nnl 1god health mentlIelopmntanilmahurorUI Nnrtslurtsorhercamerhake a good for women llooklet tree lI1IaralleePCrrCR MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO U S A At Pennys Drug Store GEORGE HUR aOne of the finest English coach horses in the StAte will make the present season my place on Silas Andersons farm at elo- to insure a living colt money due when colts gets up or mare is parted with a lien retained on colt until season money is paid George Hur is black four white feet and while face weighs when in good shape i Coo pounds stands full 16 hands SpringGeorgesplendid driver a quiet and safe horse at anywork lIe was sired by Ben Hur Major 273 3135 Grand Sire Scott 2430 Dam Jennie Beatrice Clydesdale George Hut has some of the finest colts in the country has proved to be a sure foal getter George Hur is half English coach and half Clydesdale best draft horses in the State For further infcrmation call on ar write Wm Sprinkles at HowlandI Ky and we invite all lovers of call and examine George Hur Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur I will also stand my fide jack Jim Por ter at the same place at 3 WM SPRINKLES Rowland Ky ELECTRICIAN 5007 R1 Recordaaa14 Sire of Midi ffi Bectilmont aai 14 Cretchen as4 t4 1rlnre Ra1 14 Leta aa1 own brother to Grateful sin list Electrician Is a brown stallion ij 34 hands high standard registered He Is Electioneer lit sire ol Jams of us he by HarjiDletoman to sire of 40 dims of nl hebyAbdilUh q sore of i dams of Kent mare by Imp Bellfounder Electricians tst dam Rebecca Jim of Benul 317 Rexfor4aae Allan aa6 Russenole 0 etc Rebecca Gen Benton I1JJ sire of it dams of 63 he by Jim tctl8J6 sire of a Lady Benton by Grays Ibm to Sec ond lam Umbel dam cf Clifton 314 1IJlla3oand chimes Bell sire of Van Zajtroy 14 the by Abdallah Sar Third Jam Emma Mill dam of sires tic by Aiterlran Starve Electrician Is a royalbred horse fine stytoand ac lion with great beauty He Is a horse that possesses great speed ant gameness although his record lion- IY24 14 he repeatedly showed miles In 315 A number of his get has been sold for roaditers bring ing tram Sloo to 1500 As most of his culls are beauties with fine action style and size recom mend him as a great stock horse Will make the season on same eee3ltlonsand at same place as clay King at the In of tj CLAY KING 2964RecorJ 317 34 Sire of Dick Wilson 308 The King 310 13 Ma lite O 317 14 Tom Phair 317 14 Nellie Bruce 318 14 Gay Wilkes 311 14 Daisy 331 j4 The Guar OJ 14 The Raven 336 Juttln Ma6 14 Dorido ttt 14 anJ eight others with records of bet ter than jo sll trotters but Dick Wilson pacer By Kin Clay She of Mill LIIuIO4 ble saclaymoreaz7lt tola 319 14 Klngrrmo 330Doc 33 138 13 Queen Clay 314 13 etc jst dim Amy 020 14 by Volunteer dam of Clay King airs l anJ granddam of Volo Maid sal taSire of St 311 14 SL Patrick 314 rr i others sons have sired I7J and diughteri have produced Dick 313 t3 Strnngwood 311 phi HomesUke ai4 t4 etc 3d dam Belle Bunion by llambieonian dam of Amy 330 14 Gov Sprague 330 i3 sire Wllmar aaq 14 sire of 3 and Wlldalr sire of Sire ut George Wllkes Eectlon ear Hippy Medium Harold etc jrd Jam Jenny by Young Bacchus KingCtsy tosire nff Ing Is i son of Harry Clay s Jam Modesty 316 t3 by Tom Wodd r M7 3d damStar dam of Artllery 311 13 by American Star j dam by Emmons pu roc Clav King with any klnJ of stud opportunlfes would today be In the first light of successful sires of extreme speed Ills stud career Is practically lust begun and there Is not a horseman In the Blue Grass State who does not regard him as a wonderful slit of early and extreme speed Everyman at the Lexing Ion track has seen his get accomplish what has never teen Jane the produce of any other horse they have seen his yearling step quarters In u 14 seconds and then sell for startling prices they have seen his older representatives show as much speed gameness anJ race norse qualities as those of any sire KentuckyrClay of 1905 at the low price ot to Insure a colt A lien retained upon the foal to secure the payment of the season All care will be taken to prevent accidents to stock In trusted to our care but any occur we will not be responsible for the same W B BURTON Lancaster Ky 1- l FARMERS DEPARTMENT The profits from the Japanese tobac co monopoly for the first year are about 13500000Mr Dibb has sold to John Camenisch his 70 nero farm between Turnerevllo and McKinney for 6000 It is probable that Mr Bibb will move his family to Nashville Thomas McBeath bought eight yearling cattle from Allen S Luce at 2450 anti 27 also a bunch of hogs from D N Prewitt at 4c M J Farris bought Monday in Harrodsburg 70 choice red and roan steers at from 3 to 31cAd vocateA Hundley booked 17 mares Mon day court day to his great young stallion Rod Bond 32278 Ho is a great trotter as well as one of the greatest show horses In Kentucky and people who breed to Red Bond will bo sure to get good sellers Harrodsburg Herald Large farms are not always econom ically managed But it is said vof the- big farm or David Rankin of Missouri that the owner makes it pay Ho has 25000 acres 22115 are under cultiva tion It is estimated that it takes more than 125000 a year to run it Mr Rankin employes about 300 men and uses 700 horses and mules in his farm work Rankins greatest pride is his corn field It runs a mile and n hall and is n mile wide He is the man who said he would never sell a bushel of corn he produced He feeds it to live stock and markets it that way He says it is the only way to get its value The value of cattle sold annually from the Rankin farm amounts to a round 300000 Last Hope Vanished When leading physicians said that W M Smithart of Pokln In hail in DlSCO1erColds kept him out of his grave IJv say MTMs great spwlflu ems pletely cured mo and saved my lIfo Since tlcn I have used it for over 10 years and consider it u marvelous throat anti lung euro Strictly scion tiuV enre for Coughs Soro TbrQats or Colds sure preventive of Pneumonia Guaranteed JOe and t bottles at G L Pennys Stanford anti Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Trial bottle freo Cyrus Townsend Brady tells this story lor n young married couple in New York One morning at breakfast after look ing over a pile of bills the husband in quired Why do you account at so many stores my dearIOh said his wife sweetly Dont you see If you buy by things that way it makes all the bills so much smaller A Daredevil Ride Often ends in a sad accident To heal accidental injuries use LJuoklens Ar nica Salve A deep wound In my foot from an accident writes Theodore Schuele of Columbus 0 caused mo great pain Physicians were helpless but Bucklens Arnica Salve quickly healed it Soothes and heals burns like StanIforddruggists Seventy girls working In uhig cot ton mill at Pabianize Poland were made suddenly ill by poison which some miscreant had spread through the work room Thirty arc in a dangerous condition watyeasMts Of indictments returned by the Clark county grand jury 50 were against the Standard Oil Company Gen Frederick Funston has assumed commanjl of the Army Department oC1 California The Old Un and Dr Osier It was a gray bearded gentleman Who chanced to come iny way Good morning gransirc I remarked How do you do today Ohvery well indeed my boy Ho answered with a smile This morn took an icecold bath And walked full seven mile I breakfasted on ham and eggs At 7 of the clock Then took the subway Wall streetward To count my watered stock I run eleven railway lines I own full twenty bank Ive organized the toothpick trust lIt keeps me busy thanks At oclock this afternoon 0=When otllcu hours are through Just watch me take my exercise Im learning jiu jitsu At evening after dinner time mmfaL To make the long hours pass sometimes lecture to the poor Or teach a Bible class And later in the wee small hours Lest any moment pall I work upon my novel which Ill publish in the fall Im feeling pretty peart he said But suddenly in fright The old man clutched his hoary heart And turned both faint and white For coming down the pike 4e saw A wellremembered form For it was Dr Osier with Acan of chloroform wr- New York Globe Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Best and Most Popular Mothers by It for croupy children railroad men buy it for severe coughs and elderly people buy It for In grippe say Mooro Uros Hldou Iowa Wo sell more of Chamberlains Cough Remedy than nny oUii klnl H fffuif to have taken tho load over several other goal brands There Is no quoution butthia medicine Is tho best that can lw procured for cougtys and colds whether It lx a ubltd or an adult that Is aQHotod It always OliN and cures quickly Sold by Lyne Hros Crab Orchard Five attempts are alleged to last been made to burn Rucker Hall the girls dormitory of Georgetown College ntCeorgetownDIXIE h TIH On HlHttaii x nym timkc llw tnw chit MMMIII lit sty pine nrnr IVjrtoil Well I to Inurr n llaiig colt II to about b ImivU hlKlin iNWtitlful nimttwl poly n pwrfFPt Individual Onrv tnkcii to prvvrnt iiorldeiitii lout not Fiwlnslbl hould nny occur tllIIIt rwiMHmhlc rete CllAHUK NCXNKIIKY TurmrivllU Ky KING NAPOLEON dark Jnrk1461 hniuU high wal1lir Turktniztuitii Nnimlmn tat ditni liy IllHrk IIwk n Mimf Mtlgallatlcle IIP by 1r1JllIIk Hawk Sod diuii liv Oar WKIII Will rvi III liinrf le eldathenf- hl owner at lie to Ilsurra hIIIollTrollug the limn forfilln the InminiiKv No n slllllullolllt for niildent K WOODS Htiinfonl Ky WOOD WILKES Trlnl IttCont ever Crnli Orrlmrd truckiI- ndlslnS Hlml liy llnrr Wllkis IVUwkfyhf liy Ororuo Wllkf III liy ItyMlIrk llninldi tontnn in Wo4Hl Wllkcii It oath Kntlu row liy Crow Himiirglor Its liy the rv nowmxl HiiiUKKUr It 11 Kittli trown diuii h Alinoiit Jr Ill by Col 1Vets At hisNunsbrlpoChlfllIHliiiinrk Will iniikM tln prtmnt oniMin nt my pliirxon Htiiilcrwt mtUn nun Htnnronl ut till to Insure ailging colt was WllkfsUn roinluK ttyvnroltl mill linn nl rlcItItn hliiiMlf n gn Itt bntilcr 1110 nilmNslwerluttdnnabtutdtiIII4 HI style Tlivy nrc bill rtuiRy Mlowii nnd IhI writ I Itll ntllllllMl Oil volt till KHIMIII U Mllll Nuns tnnlol or wild forftltn liiiimiiio and ninkf mtiMMi inoiipy due Mnnm Knunl nt IJHT tnniitli t un tnkiit to irfVfiit at i ilints hilt not rvniKiiiMbli ohulllolnIut Htiinfonl Ky tomE nom OY VINOL To the Convalescent We hold out a helping hand to the sick who are slowly creeping back to health Vinol hastens recovery after any severe sickness After typhoid pneu monia or la grippe Vinol quickly restores strength creates an appetite for nourishing food makes rich red blood and unlike oldfashioned Cod Liver Oil and Emulsions does not upset the stomach It tastes good Try it on our guarantee Respectfully PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD aH talas as ls The last resting place of your departed ones by the erection of a suitable Monument Let it be of exclusive and artistic design the best material and of perfect workman ship We carry the largest stock of Monu ments Markers and Tablets of Marble and Granite ill Central Kentucky Lettering done by pneumatic tools None better None cheaperWM ADAMS A SON Lexington Ky l Galton 12910 Sited by Untnbetta Wlikr 2I0 lot dAm Da ij Field gr nddam ot Allm Wlkeet1M7 Airrtta I5Vi br KdOid the ot six In3 found lUnxot flu In 330 or dotter Sod dam Quleliitci by KvnturUT IVlDPi Jr sire ut J Q J74 Lorivm lo 2ST and the dam of IS In his tIet and dam by Old Joe ilreof lye dam wf J U 311th Gallon carries the blood of four lending fAuiIUrk Wllkn lUmbletonlin MnmbrluoUlilct end Peelet American Star Gallon l a dark bay IS Jv trrcdt Urcowln line style and mtlon anda Irnaf peel Only three of Ualtun rlu lulIbcoen handlisl fnrepeed Luring all wurk ed mile out In tiS and better This U evidence that he will let treaty of speed Iron the right class of mares und a hors that cant get eprod cant get action or good road hnr ei I liavo rwently sold tour of bltrolu three to five teareod at an average of 1300 Soil another lour tear old tit Sloe aha gut crip led berate Jilpplnf therefore toil the sale 4areoeethat I can toll at nnj tlmo for 100 Mr MUdloton oelth- ave one at Prvovlllo we have rtud fM fur Un wpl he hedled this easen for speeda0 0 Onr liUrlin a ynunc geld bj O llon and hat refiiMwl 3501 for bite lit hilts lit 1009 This hi Jut a few initan ee flt recent 0nes Uaton has made all of bt ea onaat my stable II In all and served iii Isst t hre aaaoas an mrrrnjc of 71 mares the lesion Title le anutlitr of the brt rd mtnondatlon ilallloa can have lie was a groat show horse ISisle Toungdityf hiring dwfcatdinnof the bstta harness elatiet and lalmted uderanat dUailvatiliyr ualeg ton tort bud cripple In one shudder at a lloaoId with the cripple he work a tulle la SriS lib bat little handling rile cotta have gone agtlntt and defeated tIe beet men or his colt having won a Its prftu turn at the IIn too lln fktr rrr the bet This U a few IniUnc nf what he has already done not what hi l going to do for I think hi fular will be much bitter at the Iaof mares he U getting of late ate wiwli better Viiao hie irl tratoa- Uatonn sire GaoUttta 1111kee ha proda fd ore nt ih rare t farutltwi He has la In the SIO Ut ThIs U taut shies any oilier tee lu file Ho lass 161 In lu and better This U snore than HUT other tlrM of hu ng hi la the Ip list Qatnbetta Mini atd daughter hate vir len in this SW lit Tilt U rxif that Oaltoti tae a right for what I naim for him Utt n will lard ai tic t t Inputs a lireo11 tnap traded off attar brr ding f irfelt rn uria afnr It ith of April ail nf QrdnlllllrlkIhone DOCK GRAY 1 Shetland 1jnjr 6tearsold5orbe tal owned by Hugh seta rj ter win make rte lesion at 110 to luiurc a mrlng oil Ikc le bT an iroportrd oQTtliat net llPOfl In the Shetland Island and u regarded hrbrricmrn an the best porn In Kentu it dcfrallnga bit camera In show ring In Ittta Llrn retained on sal rolta until ua Iwpaia Mart parted with or tired etewberv forfilta tniuranre and money otnes due Will nuke the reason at my barn In the Writ End Of Stanford If nut at tame rail on lame U Held lit Attph Hotel F II IIKAlKV Stanford KT First National BankStanford Kri Capital Stock 50000 This institution was orlglnallr established a the Deposit hank of Stanford In use then rtorganlted aa the National flank of Stanford In KM and again reorganlted ai the First National flak of Stanford In 1641 having had practically an uninterrupted eiUtenee for 41 years It Ii better supplied now with facllltlei for traniaet IngDutlneti promptly and well than ever before In Hi long and honorable rawer Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Corporations Solicited CAPITAL Directors J n Paxton J H Owilay II Shanks w0 Walker Oeo W Carte II Iuttcr L O Qoooh WHOumralnn W M Ilrlghl It L vr II Shanks n n The Farmers Rank A Trust aad under acme yforSOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT loping such bulnpt relatlun will prove beneficial Officers J a tloOKEU red 3 T HARRIS V Pres JI UollOHnilTi Cbr W II WKARENAntOhr Director r Reed Dtnvllle 9 T Harris Stanford J 9 HoeVor Stanford StrKloneyM a 9 II Stanford lJuJ II Stanford J Iettui Stanford 0 K Taw Stanford I LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK u STOCK SOOOO j Successors Company mutually Ilauchuian Raucbtuan Officers S II HUANK9rretlJent J B Paxton Vice Iretldent W U nitlOHT Cashier Vi O WALKER Asat Cathie We Are Showing pron The Bust inanurncturcis in the counlrv a line anil voll selected line of Ladies High Shoes and Oxfords livery laiy in i Grab Orchard und vicinity is invited to cull and sec our stock and ho convinced that yon do not have to leave the U East End to drets the feit in an uptodate style WaE Perkins Lw B MoRoberts Crab OrchardI ISTANFORD Sells Jvnrlees Ready Mixed Paints Every gallon Guaranteed There iy none elY Spring patterns of Wall Paper AVhito Lend Oil Also t A Tested and Sure Bed Bug Destroyer r J 1s