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THE INTEIIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 14 1905 NO 13 MRS SUSAN VANCE WARREN On Sunday April 2nd In the calm beautiful Spring afternoon the spirit of Mrs Susan Vance Warren was summoned back to her Creator Seized with n severe cold about 10 days previously from tho beginning her symptoms were i alarming and her family and friends were fearful that enfeebled hy years J she could not throw ofT tho attack On Sunday morning she fell into u gentle I sleep and noiselessly did tho call from tho Great Beyond come that even thoso who watched by her bed scarcely know When her soul took flight Mrs Warren was born Jan 22 1820 I In Stanford and within a stones throw of tho house in which she died Her ancestors were Virginians her grandfather having moved to this State from Loudon county Vn at the cloao of the 18th century They were menof prom Inenco and Influence In this community her uncle Michael Davidson being a J captain of n company of volunteers In I tho wnr of 1812 and another uncle James Davidson was a colonolof a vol unteer regiment In the same war In 1S37 she was united in marriage with Hamilton Jenkins of this county who died in 1830 Several years later nho married Granvlllo Purdom To them wore torn four children Thomas George Robert and Hettio tho first two dying In early manhood Mr iur dom having died in 1SW hh widow married Wm Warren who preceded her to tho grave some 30 years I Her only daughter Bottle who mar- I riot I M Bruce of this place died in 185U On her was centered all tho wealth of n snail the shrill I wow of this loan never lifted from off her heart Mrs Bruce left one chill Ma ll ry who was tho comfort of Mrs War rens old age and upon whom she Iv- iedt tho measureless love of both moth er end grand mother In her declining years Mrs Warren lived with hor son inlaw Mr Bruce and he nOl hh wife were unfailing In kind and thoughtful attentions With tho exception of a short period spent in Springfield Ky Mrs Warren lived In Stanford hor whole life and hur knowledge of its early history WIll un equalled by any one Ponsmaod of a splendid memory and endowed with clear expression In speech it was In deed a treat to sit In hor presence and 0 listen to her relate incidents of Stan fords early days and duscribo citlxorw- I then prominent In this eommut ity fi For many years she kept holol here nnd the Warren House and its pro prietress are still affectionately romom tiered by those who enjoyed tho privi lege of boarding there In fact It is a strung tribute to Mrs Warrens char acter that those who lived in the same house with her lOyoars ago wore among her staunchest friends In the closing I years of her life During the Civil War she was nro- pounced in her sympathies for the South and on every jxxwlblo occasion she ren dered assistance to tho Confederacy It was In recognition of such aid that the local chapter of the Daughters of the r ly Confederacy conferred upon hor tho signal distinction of honorary membership Though tho juist was so rich in ox periences and so treasured because of associations now no more still tho lengthening shadows of the evening did drive from her inturost In tho pros Lnt Nature had given her n strong j vigorous mind which would not permit her to spend hor time searching among tho dead embers of a day that was gone She displayed Intense concern of mat ters of today and she could discuss with keen intelligence questions nod prob lems relating to present times Among Mrs Warrens characteristics two stood forth especially prominent devotion to her native town and un swerving loyalty to her friends Dom f nnd reared In Stanford always claim ing it as her home receiving from it tho companions her childhood and her old age and associating it with hallowed memories she loved her native town and no ono could speak unfavorably of It in hor presence without calling from her a rebuke Frank and open In tem perament she did not depend on bland- ishmentI to win her friends but gained- them by the strength nnd sincerity and steadfastness of her character Of a fretiring homo loving nature she rondo no attempt to make numerous friends but was content with those who In the passing years made her acquaintance Steemed her and loved her Hut tho r sho did not endeavor to extend tho number yet every friend of hera was fast I and true nnd this was a quality con spicuous in her own nature Like all strong characters she never lost a friend but made stronger day by day the bond of union Mrs Warrens father and grandfather were oldtlrs In tho Presbyterian r church and in early lifo site also joined that denomination Having carefully studied Its doctrines she believed un doubtedly in its tenets but sho did not allow sectarianism to assume tho form of bigotry and warp her soul Though I preferring one church to the others she l iL thought the road of Faith was broad enough for all the Saviors children to walk therein together Death has Indeed taken her from us but even death has its limitations for it can not pluck from our souls tho impress made by her character nor efface front our minds tho memory of those qualities of heart and soul and their benlficent lessons Her fidelity to her friends her love of her family nnd her devotion to principle still survive en riching those who lived within the sphere of her influence a heritage that will Increase with the roll of time A Old Glory Again We find tho following beautiful lines on the pages of the Morning Report Hook of Company A 3rd Regiment Ky Volunteers of which Thomas E Hram lett afterwards governor of Kentucky was colonel The event mentioned hero occurred in October 1801 nt Lexing ton Ky Samuel McKee of Danville Ky bong captain of Co A and Ben j F Powell of Lincoln county being 1st lieutenant and it Is through the kind nose of Copt Powell In whose possession we find Una Morning Report Hook that we are enabled to present the fol lowing On Oct 18th 1801 in a grovo near Camp Anderson at Lexington cG1 Ilramlott was presented with a beautiful National banner by tho ladies of Lexington Upon receiving It Col Hramlelt made a brief and appropriate address and Sergt W F Morrin of Co A n citizen of Danville road the following poetical nddrasM which he had previovBly written for the occasion Thou Jnrod nod chcrMiotl banner by beauty enrolled And hearing the bosom of aaure and geld Float wklo to tho broato in the hands of tho brave Till freedom shall taro theo oor ty rannys grave On on while n fouman to Mbortys cause Hato a bawl agaiait thee and oar Unions laws May a coward nor sully lliy folds with hill breath But thy stars shine mora brightly on victory or death In the thick of tho battle wo will guard thee with prttio Though thousands may gather and fall by thy stile While beauty and duty the watchwords may prove To wnkon each spirit to valor and lovo On on to the bottle the smile anden rer Iof youth blow and of beauty each horn shall While mothers and sweethearts nndI sires Kindle widely now torches from liber tys fires ns the flag of our fathers tho flag of the brave The flag that still waves over Washing tons grave The flag that our mothers have gazed on with pride And the flag whore our bravest In victory tiled Though battered and torn in the heat of the strife We will treasure each shred and defend it with life Though shorn of its beauty to your beauty true We will tight for Its honor our country anti you With Hramlctt Scott Huford McKee and a host Of leaders as brave as the bravest can breast We will follow our banner with love and with pride And return it with honor or die by its side It may bo Interesting to any of this regiment who may be living to know that the fiiig here referred to was taken by Capt Powell to Frankfort during Col Hramlctts administration as gov ernor and delivered to him where it is supposed It still remains Cheated Death Kidney trouble often ends fatally but by choosing the right medicine Mr E II Wolfe of hear Grove la cheated loath Ho says Two years ago I had Kidney Trouble which caused mo great pain sintering and anxiety but I took Klectrlc litters which effected n completo euro I havo also found thorn of great benefit in gen oral debility anil nerve trouble and keep them constantly on hand since I find they have no cqunll O L 1cn ny Stanford antI Lyno Bros Grub Orchard druggists guarantee them nt 50 cents S MATRIMONIAL W P Reams nnd Mrs Martha Craw ford were married near Lily They nro each 66 years old nnd this is the third marriage Mr Reams Rev 0 P McMahan of the Chris united in marriage at the Cumberland Hotel Miss Emma Taylor of Monticello and Jesse D Davis of Barbourville Somerset Journal r NEWS NOTES An 11 yearoldboy committedsuicide nt Hoxie Ark Upward of 20000 lives were lost dur ing the recent earthquake in India William Kinsella of Covington attempted suicide with his wifes hat pinA Greek band burned an Albanian village killing 30 and wounding many moreLightning and fire destroyed a school house at Evansville Ind valued at 11000 A putty factory with a rapacity of 10 tons a day is to be erected at howl Ing Green Miss Howard Weeden the well known Southern poet and artist is dead nt Huntsville Ala One person was killed one other fa tally hurt nnd five injured during n fire at Grand Rapids Mich Tho total membership of the order of Knights of Pythias is 022 VA n net gain the past year of 27583 Thirtyfive unidentified bodies of vie tims of the Hrockton Mass explosion wore buried in a trench Washington Dessau n Macon lawyer dropped dead in Atlanta while arguing a case in the Supremo Court The Southern railway has awarded a contract for a tunnel through Lookout Mountain near Chattanooga Edward Clogg who was Insano took Paris green as a medicine nnd died from the effects of tho poison in Ixniisville A New York Supremo Court jury has returned a verdict for 2500 damages for the loss of two teeth by a passenger The homo of George T Maull of Clarksburg W Va was destroyed by firo and four of hh children burned to death Gen J P Grant Grand Secretary of the Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows in the United State died in Bal ti more Stewart Campion a plantation man ager near Tuscaloosa Ala was assas sinated as ho sat in hh home rocking hh baby Arthur Lutehford secretary and treasurer of tho Mechanics Savings Hank of Rochester N Y committed suicide at his homo by shooting Announcement by Japan of the clos ing of the Formosan fart of Kolung is taken to indicate that Admiral Togo will uso it as n base for his fleet J A Chiles n Negro attorney of Lexington has sued the C S 0 for 10000 because he was made to ride in the coach for colored passengers Commissioner Yorkes sdys that any liquor dealer who puts caramel or burnt sugar Into whisky Is subject to penalty unless he has a license as a rectifier The Sunday closing law is expected to become effective in St Louis the coming Sunday Baseball is held to be a recreation and will not be prohibited Eight tntnks seized by the Federal grand jury at Chicago contained secrets of the Beef Trust which will make a sweeping investigation possible An unconfirmed report by way of Amsterdam says the Russian und Japanese fleets are fighting near the Anambns islands east of the Malay indictments were returned by tho Franklin county grand jury against the Standard Oil Company for failure to take out peddlers license un dur the legislative act of 1902 The American Mercantile Association nn alleged tgct rich qnick concern of Kansas City Mo has closed its doors nnd pasted thereon this tender nnd sen timental farewell Goodbye suckers good bye Chief Engineor Wallace of the Isth mian Canal Commission states that there nro now practically 5000 men employed on the canal route and that the force is being steadilyrecruited He states that tho sanitary conditions are also being Improved and that in a few months nil the comforts that are practicable on nny large work of the character will bo obtainable by those at workon the isthmus When tho cases against the Hnrgiscs and Callahan were called In tuna Fay ette Circuit Court the defense elected that the men should be tried separate ly and tho Commonwealth announced that the case against Judge James lIargis should bo called first Court was adjourned until Thursday morning to give the Sheriff time In which to summon the jurors whose names were drawn from tho wheel Anse White the most important witness for the prosecution reached Lexington in charge of a special bailiff A Daredevil Ride Often ends in a sad accident To heal accidental injuries use Buoklens Ar pica Salvo A deep wound in my foot from an accident I writes Theodore Schuojo of Columbus 0 caused mo great pain Physicians wore helpless but Bucklens Arnica Salvo quickly healed It Soothes and heals burns like magic 25o at G L Pennys Stan ford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard druggists wYa HUSTONVILLE George Cunningham sold n fine Dalton threeyearold gelding for 200 Dont fall to hear the Idealaut Alcorns Opera House on the evening of April 21st Mr Ed Stagg and sister Mrs C T Hohon nre nt home from Mississippi where they spent the winter very pleas antly See D C Allen if you have hogs to sell He ships a car every week and he also buys wool and is paying more than othersLaugh and the world laughs with you so say the Identwho appear at Alcorns Opera House April 21 One night only The mlllineny department of the Chas Wheeler Emporium reports the sale of 15 hats to Stanford parties in the last week Mrs Albert Smith and Miss Lillian Forsythe of Danville visited Mrs S D Yowell this week J G Weather ford ia in the city replenishing his stock and adding new features that his in creasing trade demands George Wright hns bought a lot and will begin building ns soon as the ma tonal can be secured a business house for manufacturing tinware cornice work etc Mr Wright is an oxpert in this line and a hustler and his estab lishment will fill a long felt want In our city Tho ball game Saturday between the Dummies and our team resulted in n score of 12 to 8 in favor of our team The dummies wore reenforced by one mint from K I T league and some Centro College and Lexington men Batteries Tillott and Hughes linger and Scott for Dummies and Yowell and Dunn for home team JJ Yowell struck out 16 men Mrs Roy Hose and son have returned to Enid Okla D J Newburn and wife are visiting relatives nnd friends In Dnnvillo C B Reid who has been visiting the old folks at home left Saturday for Louisville to prepare his elegant string of horses for going East whore thoy will spend the spring andI summer Miss Angie Carpenter was at homo for a day last week Wallace halt left Tuesday for Washington D C to accept a position tendered him HUBBLE i Mrs Ed Miller is in Mt Vernon Ed McKechnie sold his black mare for 90 M H Eubanks sold his pair of gray mules tor 400 Mrs Eliza Harris Is having herdwell ing improved both in andout Bro Tinder will preach at the Chris tian church Sunday afternoon George James sold his crop of tobac co nt about lOjc in Louisville Jesse Cook of Lexington bought n young jack of Hubble tC Eubanks for 225 Hemp breaking has advanced since the warm days to 125 and 150 per hun dred nnd lots to break yet Miss Flonnio Hammonds is over Ham ilton College with her parents fora few days James Bratton is over from Garrnrd helping his brother deliver his com A telegram came Tuesday to Mrs James Robinson telling of the death of her daughter Mrs Seattle Robinson of Clarksdale M- oAbout Rheumatism There are few diseases that inflict more torture than rheumatism and there is probably no dlscasb for which such a varied and useless lot of reme dies have been suggested To say that It can bo cured Is therefore n bold statement to make but Chamberlains Pain Halm which enjoys an extensive sale has met with great success in the treatment of this disease Ono appli cation of Pain Balm will relieve the pain and hundreds of sufferers have testified to permanent cures by its uso Why sulfur when Pain Balm affords such quick relief and costs but a trifle For sale by Lyno BrosCrabOrchurd A Modern Novel Chapter 1 The prettiest girl you ever saw Chapter 2 The young man interviews her pa Chapter 3 A wedding grand without n flaw Chapter 4 An ontha teura lot of jaw Chapter 5 Im going back home to my ma Chapter 6 Her maiden name restored by law For a Weak Digestion No medicine can replace food but Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will help you to digest your food It is not the quantity of food taken that gives strength and vigor to the system but tho amount digested and assimilated If troubled withI a weak digestion dont fail to give these Tablets a trial Ttmusundshavo been benefltted by their use They only cost a quarter For sale by Lyne Bros Crab Orchard- a Ll Go to The NEW STORE For HighClass Clothes for the young fellows Any man large enough to ho called a man and not too old to be carefulabout his appearance will find here in this store the right clothes for him the right fit style and price made by Wolf Clothing Mnuufactur Co It is with great leasure that I sell and gtinran ttee W C M C clothes which gives universal satis faction Wo invite everybody to come and inspect our lino of goods Also n complete line of dry g- oodsSAMROBINSOAZ 1 Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY We Sell WARRANTED PURE VINEGARS Notlilnt Union iniuliol om piul iliiiKrnniUiiiiJilitinii i plvan lirlft tfititiiirt lri iiiiitiv oiftrml for xulitnit you Mioulil know that HKIN7 VINKOAIHroiiiilv with tin purr rOIIIIWKnr iviry Htiiti In tin talontaut sorry country tin world Tluy nn not only strictly and nli olutily rlyIgiIt00ntIttitlIlenglteinones It bur whit piikilnit vnicuiii lNtlli rl front Kniln lliln purl malt vlii nut vrJfrom cimltiil linrlry W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY Red Bond 32278 24I T lIIuIlnodMum of trottir old piucrs duurs of iU In S U w nrodiirlnit Hlna mn of rrltuu WllktH 211 14 Hitlpli Wllkis Itlmr lil tIIIltIllmhl loulse 2lillH lllo Wllkos tIIII IlitlHtnri ll pours of Wnl nut Hull SIM ll KliiKinoiKl Sui Motor 210 ll1st linn Kiiimlp Hlninof Aklilmrton Siilllaud Hond23llSTby Mninbrlno Hoy M- II2Mlmof Iii Ins7hdulasofAllrrtmtt11- lxtrrl5I Miliiui Mini rolcuum liv Mum brlnolVinpltfist Kin of Hilly Ihiy 23114 dam of Tom IMiHli Y3 td Uiiin Nelly Mor ton by Driico KIn of Uriuo 1rliuc irtlll lllniKln22il4lutliiwSSS ilainn of In Sn Ithilain hIt nand WlmlflxHio Itod lloiul In brat kl tin two iiniiUst ains llvlnit Alltrton told Axtoll till that of them iMlint by tho MIIIS of the uriiit joo vIkusnlldout of till iliuiKlittr of Mnni lirlno Hoy 221 Ho tins tin llnust lugs foot niuli yo nnd U not iinly uorfrct trntUr but n conch horse that ran win In any horse- show 1int New York Horn Hhow In Hvp triulxr ho won In every cliut ho was shown and dofoatod MIIIU of the uraiHlent show homo i tr In Miullson siunn IUd lioiiil In not only n very hluh going horse hut U n wolRlitWo the KroatosiKtalllonsIn AniKrkit to sum iH otl and hltfli litopplin couch hares Ills foiifornintlon Is that of n llratcliiM dhow horse for Madron s iunro Oanlcn limn hortio of n grist deal of tins style suliHtanco nnd laceHo U bound to slrv the popular horoo of thrdyhnwingti oxtromo IHO slid no pricesThethis hort0 Is the It hlulistoppliiK utiilllon brttJIIIKhOllhllllllklWill niako lilt MiiMin of l ant Monnlotn Fit rmltlIr Itauvlllii at J21 to Insures living colt or JJiito linuroii living roll when thrvu or nioro iiiiinn are brod A K lirNDIKY Danville Ky LaPorte Vehicles IIHonest Work Attractive Styles 111 Over 300 of these pleasure vehicles have been sold in Lincoln count which is of itself evidence of their merits The follow lug list of representative citizens who are using LaPorto Vehicles is made up irom memory there are many others to nil of whom wo refer ns to evidence of the worth of this work Preston Beck M S Baughman E P Woods lion S Owsley Sr Jas H Baughman Robert Woods WoodsJaslion M C J B Paxton Col T P Hill Sam W Menefee non R C Warren W Brooks S J Embry Sr Rowan ack Beazley E T Pence WaltonJj II M Bruce Livery Robert Sims W W Withers L R Hughes J K Hays W P Grimes John VanArsd31t1I Lynn J S Hocker Bank Presdt James J P Bailey John Lynn L C W R Denham Dr V IL OBannon Thos Dudderar A C Carman Andrew Gooch Porter Robinsoa C Vanoy Cicero Reynolds Sidney Dunbar H J Darst J F Full carload of these popular vehicles re cently received by E T Pence Co Agents for Lincoln County n r SSiL J The Interior JournalI of E C WALTONIt in TilE Philadelphia preacher who said in his sermon that n man may be a sincere Christian and an active politicin f at the same time is not as astute as tho Philadelphia lawyer whose astuteness and general Understanding have become axiomatic The lawyer knows and everybody else knows who knows anything that latter day politics and chris tianity do not mix even a lttle bit A camel can get through the eye of a i needle with more case than the avorag politician can read his title clear to mansions in the skies It has truly been said that politics is a nasty gam and it seems to get nastier as the day goby JUDGE PAYNTER gives good and sum dent reasons for declining Senator Blackburns invitation to meet him on the stump The judge has other business to attend to which makes it more imperative during the illness and ab scnce of Judge Cantrill The two can didatcs are agreed on nearly all public questions and it is a waste of both the peoples and tho gentlemens time to discuss them Talking is one of the Senators long suits and if he chooses to follow his natural bEnt he can do so to his hearts content without let or hindrance Tim report of the Interstate merce Commission for the three monthsI ending Dec 31 and just made public shows that during the quarter 951 per sons were killed and 14027 injured This reads more like a report of a bat tie between the Russians and Japanese than the record of killed and wounded on railroads in this country and shows that the progress of runway construc tion and operation has far exceeded theJ adoption of the most approved safety appliances which should be made compulsory Tilts promises to be a year of plenty The April report of the Federal Depart ment of Agriculture shows the condi Lion of wheat at the close of March at j 916 per cent against 765 a year ago This average has only been equalled five i times in 20 years The acreage under cultivation is nearly six million greater than in 1904 Unless the many thing that may happen to change the situation materially light rolls are going ti be cheaper than corn dodgers IT is said that the wolves are first corraled and the bears caged by frontier experts before they are brought within range of the presidents rifle and even the rattlesnakes are laid around conveniently for him to kill Mr Roosevelt then gets in his work like a little man and the press agents rush to the wires to chronicle his ex ploits Its a great show however am for those who like that kind of thing we should think it the kind of thing they would like q THE preacher who wants to advertise himself and very many preachers do r now comes to tho front and discourses- on the tainted money of Mr Rockefel ler and the sin of accepting ItrAll the same you could count on the fingers of one hand and have fingers left all who wouldnt accept the standard oil mans money when it comes to the testI t There is a great deal of sham even in the pulpit ACCORDING to the dispatches Tilford x Benge turned and shot Representative J J C Howard to death in Clay coun ty after they had made friends andI sealed the agreement with a kiss Strikes us that a man who would Iqt another man other than his father orI brother kiss him deserves to die as as the one who kills him Wed as soonI kiss a cow as a man Mn WATTERSONS last letter to the CourierJournal was evidently held up till after Mr Roosevelt had come and gone Its perusal on the morning of his visit would have cast a gloom over the community that even the honeyed speech of Acting Mayor Barth could not have dispelled- Co3r4ussloNEn GARFIELD has been intrusted to investigate the coal oil trust and says he will make it full andc thorough Remembering what a white wash ho gave the beef trust Rocke feller and his associates in sin winkI their off eye and jess laffIEDITOR LANDRAMS article on Hemp Raising in the CourierJournal was a splendid one The old fellow seems toy have a pretty good idea of the business SINCE Mrs Chadwick has been incur cerated Ohio has started seven new banks They imagine themselves safe lor awhile at least POLITICAL lion G G Gilbert in a Washington interview states that he probablywill not bea candidate for Congress or any other office aa he ex pects to form a law with his son on his return to Shelbyville county republicans nominat ed the following ticket judge James F Engle attorney G I sheriff Tyra LUln art jailer John Farmer Jr superintendent H F Winter assessor John Lakes s rWd It is Understood among diplomats In Washington that the reply of President Castro of Venezuela to the demand the Uuitcd States for arbitration Is undiplomatic and almost threatening wording It is stated that practically no action in tho matter will betaken until President Roosevelt returns to WnshingtonIAfter counsel Circuit Judge Stout dissolve the temporary restraining order issue by the clerk in the contest case of Taylor against Johnson for the Democratic nomination for legislator from Franklin county refused the injunction asked to require the County Committee to recount the ballots cast in the pri petitionjJudge Thomas II Paynter has mad public a letter to SenatorJ C S DlackI burn declining the invitation to part 1 in a series of joint debates Judge Paynter says that such discus sign would interfere with his duties on the Appellate bench lie also he is not sure that the Discussion wouldj be in the interest of the Democratic party and that as he and Senatoi Blackburn are in accord as to the carI final principles of their party it is not clear to him that there is such an IssueI between them as to require joint discussion Here and There A New York Hungarian shot his wife and himself because dinner was late Edwin A Alderman was installed m president of the University of Virginia A Miss Barbee and her brother were killed during a storm in Butler county- A mob killed a sheriff who resistor an order to liberate a prisoner in Miss 7000 were found in the rags ot- a kindling picker who was killed in Des Moines jj John T Barbour who killed Francis Hagan in Bullitt county was granted bail in 5000 Later reports say at least 400 person were killed in Mandi India by the recent earthquake Prices of beef to Louisville consutn era have advanced 26 cents a pound during the past week William Garrison diedat his home in Camden N J from injuries receives during a baseball game The Court of Appeals holds that if misrepresentations were made in sccur ing insurance the policy is void Mrs Grace Loomis committed suicide by drowning in a bathtub in a fashion able boardinghouse in Chicago Assault on a white woman by a Coireyville Kan Negro has precipitated a race war and blacks are in National Council of Womans Clubs will consider a resolution taking issue with the presidents views on race suicideThe Isthmian Canal Commission decided at a meeting to employ 2000 Jaw anese and 2000 Chinese coolies in the canal work Thecountry residenceof A W Jones Jr at Anchorage was destroyed by fire The loss on house and furniture is placed at about 19000 By an overwhelming vote the French Chamber of Deputies adopted the first article of the bill providing for the separation of Church and State The Logan Presbytery of the Cumberland church in session at Bowling Green voted against a union of the Northern and Southern churches Tom White who was convicted of participation in the assassination of fames B Marcum at Jackson was tak m to the penitentiary to begin serving i life sentence Thomas Butler who attended church ivery morning for 60 years used tobacco nil his life but who had not ndulged in intoxicants since 1841 died n New York at the ago of 105 years Chicago and St Louis and the Middle West have practically won their ight for lower freight rates to the Southeast At a conference of railway presidents in New Yorkit was decided to make reductions in the near future A dispatch from Frederick Okla oma says that foot races were in ulged in at the presidential hunting ampand that the President entered n one of the sprints The result of the ace is not stated Tho longest wolf hunt was 12 miles The wolf was aught The President was also enter ained with a coon hunt Secretary Loeb yesterday hunted jack rabbits on tho prairies near Fort Worth lie and the President were initiated as honor try members of the Hoo Hoos at a neeting in Fort Worth LANCASTER Eld R M Campbell of this cityha accepted call to the Christian church at Owingsville Evangelist W J Wright of Wash- Ington D C will preach at the Chris tiim church Friday excntng 14th W B Mason Frclr rriauif J E Keith Louis Landram Hcnly Bastin J C Hcmphlll rind Raymoud Hascldei attended the banquet by the Mason lodge at Danville Thursday evening- J Herbert Kinnaird has returned front Somerset Miss Weekly has returned to her home atv Shelbyville nf tor a visit to Mrs E C Gaines Mis Bessie Mae Lear has returned to Ham ilton College Rev Chumbloy is bad from Ohio Nevius Zanone have sold their stock groceries to H J McGeo Joe Far of Mercer bought work horso of Lancaster parties for SO D D Gei ger bought a horse from Ike Meyers tor- SO R Collier sold to Ligo Harris a horse for 90 Will Cook bought horse from R P Bogie for 70 Mr Joe Francis one of Garrards old est and most prominent citizens died his homo near Lancaster Monday afternoon He was about SG years old had been in failing health for sometime Besides a widow nine children Mrs George Ballew of Richmond Mrs AK Walker of Mississippi Mrs Arch Kavanaughand Mrs Ed Price Misses Lucy and Tommie Francis and Messrs Alex Joe and John Francis survive him Funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoon by Eld Tinder at Lan caster cemetery CHURCH MATTERS Kentucky Universalists have decided to hold their annual convention at Hopkinsvillc May 19 for three days Dr J J Murray a member of the I Confrccpce of the Methodis Protestant Church and for 65 years n minister of the gospel is dead at Belle vue a suburb of Pittsburg Pa aged 82 The vote of the Pennsylvania Prosby tery in favor of union with the Cum berland Presbyterian Church virtual cumIberlanduf the proposed Union The Very Best Remedy For Bow el TroublesNo Family Can Afford To Be Without It I regard Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as one of the very best remedies for bows troubles writes Mr J W Hanlon editor of the Dospatch Ouilla Georgia I make this statement after huvinj used the medicine In my family forsov oral years I am never without lu No family can afford to bo without s bottle of this remedy In the house II is certain to be needed sooner or later For salo by Lyno IJros Crab Orchard The jury in the James lIargis case Is being secured at Lexington Stockmen Notice I will stand at my la StanorJ tnj fine Itvglatered Imp Poland China hoar Lincoln Chief at f Itradv for service W 0 Walker JAKE IVtllgrw1 of th ttnlllon Juki1 ownvlbyJ- t Wrlclil of Ilustonvlllp Ky Rind by h MitroiK lltiiiiIl7 nmllu by iTiiniblffnnlnli Id Ilii drat iliiin bvJa4tr by niotnl Lib f111 jikrvitlimiUmii r rtsiuitIIt and road mure llvrtat lain iy lllllv fiirKiilcrniil hi liy llmnda M s ciiK Tiinil hN by lit and her Irv untrticftl Juki trucvx HI you will ty lilt IKsllttrro back direct to Hiimblotnii Ito on lrt and dam Juke wilt nmkr In MiiMiiiof ru t III ilnn inlli North or lIUNtunvlllooil the Itanvllli pike Trrm Wil to Insure n living colt We hnve on mud colts fruit micklliiK to slxyeiirnold tint we will tike plrunure In ihowliiK lay roe sotlieycon Judge for themselves how horku brvvd HENRY CLAY Henry Clny Hired Black Cloud mid he II Win llurkvH noted Jack Tutu Kevne rill nuike tilt wntoii on antic terin ilto In ure a llvliiK colt J A WKIUIIT Htutonvlllt Ky Kentucky Squirrel itevllmvetnlllonwith onu while rllot full AliiindiulBh wait vlrtd by Wood Squirrel uliliini by The KIllKiH foil of Silver king- on or On Ti nuSd liiin by jute fnmon Cnhi 1118 xlliKton Wool win sired iy llliick Hiiilrrcldani by lilt Kdued dam till dntit of by Htar KiiKlf the Itsin n r r 1118 Ti ltitrlfiil Kentucky hll8111 much Htylu anil Middle act lun- anuyhorseIlvangandids breedliiK In gilt due J o his a Krand cr unity of grlIt utiillloiiH In the inakeupof Hcilllrrtl will erv- eutrcnttt0tofarureiHvingcolt Trailing till inure forfeit the liiiuruiicv o rviiiuii Iblllty for nccliKiU King Napoleon liaiuU heats Vn nlre l iy rnrkingtonNnpaivontatthinI lllavk Sot who it on nlilH by 1etern lllack IluwkSnd ilain by buy Vuoil Will Kvrvc of his owner ut tin to ImllrellIhllIlcolt Trad Inl the nitre forfeltit the liHiirniice No roo Itoiulblllty for accldenti K WOODH Stanford Ky THE nOME OF VDJOL To Rundown People Many people think they have some organic trouble or chronic disease because they fool weak all tired out cannot sleep have no ambition energy or appetite This condition is probably caused by overwork close confinement or worry To these people ve say try Vinol if it does not create strength and build you up we will ourselves pay for all the medi cine you take Respectfullyr PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD J i riMens FurnishingsI r H++++Jo Arc a very special part of our bistros mid are enrofully wntcli aA in every detail Tho Fountain Shirt low fittingcollar till body long skirt null every length alcove from HI to 8i inches iti nil tho now colors in Negligee Style Separate Cuflfc or Cuff attaolicd Price fiOc 81 81 CO Hill S2j sires 14 to U 10 We are the only people in Stanford who soil tho Har ris Suspender stall Holts Unquestionably tho host Surpotidorihi the world Thats u big jpcoch but it is TIlOK Try thom and you will bo convinced A now lot received yesterday of 1 Briihtoin t1 Hiceu Neckwear and they are bcnutiw In String lliilmnur Win ors Ascots told Drois Rowe Collars Cuffs InndkcrchicJi j Swcntcrg Mens Half Hose Ladies1 nnd Chit drops How in lack and Tnn liens Undcrwcnr 20o COc situ Si jjflr garment Nniutook Undershirts Klngtio Seam Draw 1 are Iir +++ +++111 tt+ o+ t r H J MROBERTS STANFORDI IA S PRICESurgeon Dentist- STANFORDCENTUCKV Ofiico over McUoberU Drug Store in tin twsloy Building ReA JONES DentistS- TANFORDKENTUCKY Office in Myers llou o Parlor Pnone Xo FOR SALE wicKINNEY ROLLER MILLS I otTer far tale uv mill and inlJenct 10 UcKlnn T Ky Mill hu Hour caparlly of bnrrel and mnl 160 butheU per J j Mill U well equipped with modern nuichlu err In Rood repair ksttomge capacity or 500 busheh of wheat also large corn bin and crIbs Wagon scales operated iron- oflleccoal bins Ice house under root Never fnlllnc wutcr In mill lot Mil Ii within 100 feet of Cincinnati Boulliern It U track and hat siding The location Is good for the following reasons Me Kinney U neared market to many of the largest wheat and corn In Mncoli county large territory furnishing cuitot grinding reed and coal bnllle In connection with mill pays well Nn trouble to market all product trots mill U il dence Ii a twoitory lx room frame with clitern on back porch Milk tio0e at bnc door cemented all comparatively new Large barn buggy house In mill lot On Count of my falling ryetlgbt and health generally phy lclan have advl ed cot to the milling builnet For furthei particulars call on or address Dr Kdw Al corn Ky or W II McKinney Btanfotd Ky J II McKINNRV UcKtnooy Ky ELECTRICIAN 5007 Race Recordac ftSire cti El ulraont t1I 14 Oretcht i4 4lrlneell IS 14 Lela IS on rater Griteful i 11 l In IW Electrician a brown ttalllun n 14 hands high iunJjrJ rtsllltrtJ lie h Clecllon r us sire dam of uS by llmtlelonun to of 40 dams of u8 he Ato1IlIah ribeoe i dams of t Kent mart by Imp IltlifoulJder Electrician III dam Rebtcc Jam of nul rit RtxfoM mi Allan 16 Rumnols eo etc Rebecca by Gen Denton n sire of si dams of 68 he by Jim Scott I j6 sin of i UJy nlon by Grays llamH tontan 10 Sec ond dam Clarattl dam of Cllllon Bell st4 14 Utll jtioand Chimes nell of Van ZaJI snq f4 she by Abdallah Star Third dam Emma Alllli dam ot i sires etebyAmerkan Star U Blectrklan Is I royal breJ horse fine styie and IC lion with treat beauty Hi is a noise that xnutMS great sreed ant earatnris although his itcord Is on lyini4 hs rer al Jly mites In sij get has been sold for roadsters bring Incfromjioo to 1100 As most of his colts art bsautlcsvlth fine action sl can recom horse mend him as a great stock Will make the season on same conditions ant at same rlace as Clay King at the fee of SIS CLAY KING 2964Record a t 14 Sire of Dick Wilson so8 The Klng 0 rfi J 1Tom Phdri lt Nelliellrucs a8 sii t4 Daisy aar j4Th Guard Vit4 The Raven as6 Juitln Al nr6 ie- Ikradoi t4 and eight oIherytrhh tecords of bet ter than all trotters but Dick Wilson racer By Clay SIe of Miss Lldsio ble al CUynorei7 14 Eol ri9 IC Klnsbrlna aaoDoc aS s8 Ia Clay rag ia etc Jam Amyao i by Volunlaer H dam or Clay King amr and granddam of Volo Mats t4 Sire of St Julian KII i St Patrick iii 11 u others sons have sire i and daughter ra 11 Strongwood ii IC lomeVukeri4i4etc td dim UeHe Brandon by Hambletonlan Amy sao 14 Sprague sire Wllmar rig t4 sir of i and mil site of i Sire of George Wilkes Ulectkin etr Happy Medium Harold etc 3rd dam Jenny by Young Ulcehus King Clay 94slre of Inl s son of Harry day Modesty si6 sa by Toi Wrflir ra4 dim Wells Star dam of ArtJIery i sa by American Star dam by Eraraon Du roc Clav King with any of stud opportunltes would today be In the first fight of successful sires of Ktreme speed His stud career Is practtcally just begun and there Is not a horseman In the Blue Grass Slat who does not regard him as a wonderful slim of early and extreme speed Every man at th Lexlng ion track has seen his get accomplish what has never been done by the produce of any other horses they have seen his yearllne step quarters In n 14 seconds and then sell for startling prices they have seen his older representatives show as speed gameness and eenuln race qualities as those of any sire quartered In Kentuckyever Clay King make the season of tooj al the low A Hen retainedto Insure aprice chifoal to secure ihe- ipaymentof Ihe tenon All upon care will be taken to prevent accidents to stock In rusted to our care but any occur we will not M responsible forth same 840 TONKy- f I Cant 1 BelTouched for painting hOI1SCR Tho reasons plain Mastic Is the piurat therefore the most durable and CCOIIOII teal Thom Is n whole string of other fellows claim tag just as good as Mastic but they dont prove It Maybo they cant Tho analysis of Mulle is pub lished Its made of pure lend zinc and olltilO most diiniblc kind of paint aud its purity is therefore unquestioned As purity means durability the splendid wear lug qualities of Mastic hnro given it the title cf 27 o Kind That foista anti this Utlo is backed up by onr absolute guarantee Mastic U made by PEASLEE GAULBERT CO Inc I LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY and we heartily recommend td your trade mc L aIIr FOR SALE BY PENNYS DRUG STORE r SPECIAL SALE FOR County Day j BcLiuuintr on Monday next wo will begin n rale that willetartlo the fives nl i prices 11131values We havo too litany goals and nnlst unload prices ho no consideration They must go it it is necessary to IInfthem away Look at these prices Mens Black Worsted and Cheviot Out Coats 98c liens Sunday and Working Pants at 18c ChildronH Caeimoro Suits at 7Cc upChildrens PaiiU 15c up liens and Boys Hats lOc up Boys Cups 9c up Mens and Hoys Shoes 98c tip toadies and Misses Shoes at 75c up liens Sunday Shirts with or with out collars 24c- Suspenders for Boys and Men at 5o up StanfordKy Court Week will Heavy Drown Cotton Inc up Calicoes 4Jc up Ladies and Miffcs Skirts 98c up Nice Childrens Stockings Co Up Yens Socks Co up Ladies and Misses Corsets 19c up Baby Shoes difPeroiit colors 100Iup Lot of Neckties at your own price Garden Seed all kinds two pack ages for 5c Black mid White Thread 200 yards two spools for 5c J Lilies Belts 9c up Lead Pencils 5c dozen 1 JSTalk to Geo H FarrisA- bout StovesAny Kind You Need Hes Got Ema r I- rp Challies 1 Wo hats a nice range of colors nt Tic Just the thing for kiinonas wrap pars and dresses Lawns and Batistes A UK lino of pretty colors and patterns in both the neat and elaborate dosigno lOc per yar- dPlain and Mercer Stripe Lawns The mercerized effect adds greatly to the beauty of these goods 12J and 1lc per yardOrgandies Organdies arc tho right thing for this Summer and the 25c grade is bean tiftil at tOe Wo show colors in Silk Organdie 1 r BTANIUIIII KY Amu M 1105L JUSTICI to yourself and to physician mntoriala ant careful survieo In preparing hla uioi That Is the way pro are filled at Pennys Drat I PERSONALS MR J K HOCKKR continuoS critical ly ill MR M I DUNHAM of Mt Vernon la hero today MR J II AUilliailT of Hrodhuad WM hero yesterday MRS J S UEHD of Louisville IsI with her mother Mrs White WlUJK LOGAN writes from Pueblo Col that liu to delighted with the West RBV AND MRS MIIHS SAUNDKIW of Iluckhorn wore guest of lion J N Saundcra and family MR J WALKHK NAIUJY whohaibcen agent at Norwood for years has accept ed the agency of thy Q C ht Kings yule MESDAMES J W AtCOKN J Clays and W 11 Hlgglns and Mhn Pate tie Alcorn are In IxxitavllVa for a tow day s JAM T WlLtUMg of London was here yuftonhiy hcntlntf n good earrtam hl XWftfkND gtv1flJI tIl8 IxwiiA PHMHIN I the winter with her son MrI W- Ierrin wont to I mcMter Wednesday to visit relatives WM F STmIU ION of Maywood near Stanton is now with Hunts ma china shop a gain for Somerset of an young man Journal AUoACF has secured his cer Ho has beentificate as nn embalmer with Mr J C McClary for n couple of years and has been a close student un der him- M1u41V H PKNNY will entertain at earth tomorrow afternoon at bur homo on Lexington avenue complimentary I to her guoat alias Lynn Llthgow of Louisville J M AlVUIliON has had Mr James T Uolnirtfl of tho East End nppointltt na assistant car boss of the Lakeland Asylum wont down Wednesday to report for duty The appointment is a good one Mil AND MlM CHARIR8 PAYNB of Boston wore the guosU of Dr and Mrs Lee F Huffman yesterday onroutc t South for a visit to relatives Dr and Mrs HufTman entertained delightfully their honor last evening at bridge Lexington humid LOCALS WE can paint your old buggy and make It look as good as new very cheap W J Romans Lancaster Uoosinu Corn Planters Cutting liar rows Drag Harrows Riding Cultiva tors for sale by E T Pence Co FOR SALEA nice largo Walnut sideboard with largo mirror and mar blo top also an extension Walnut table J S Owslcy Sr 2t HRAU in mind Josiah Hiahops sale at his homo in tho West End Saturday x next ICth See In another column what ho has to sell Von something new nthe way of Furniture Carpets Rugs Mattings Lace Curtains and Wall Paper call on ALEXANDER CAMPHELL a Crab Or chard Negro was lined 25 and given 10 fldays in jail for carrying concealed weapons and Ii and costs for drunkenness TUB remains of Mrs Hanlin Hrcn nin berg of tho Green River section were shipped to LeO county forj Interment Wednesday She died the lay before of a complication of troubles J T JONES Co havo taken ndvan tago of the bankrupt law Tho firm which has been running a restilrant and fancy grocery Is deeply Involved ands we lyre unable to give a definite idea of tho liabilities and assets r belonging to Nick A SPRING wagon Good was knocked into smithereens by a freight train near tho depot yesterday morning Tho mule hitched to it had been left and had wandered across e the track The animal was not hurt SOMBTIIINO entirely now in Lap Dus tore at J C McCIarys See It d LOT us put on your rubber tires Wo have tho host made W J Romans Lancaster Fan RIJVT FiVe on Logan Avenue just vacated by E D Kennedy and family Mrs Nancy Stone Stanford Man JACK HASTY agedabout died Tuesday and wai buried Wednes tiny She Is survived by her husband and several children Tim L N will its O excursion to Cincinnati Sunday This Is over tho K C and the train leaves the Stanford depot at 5 A M one very territory which includes three States NOMINATIONS for the groat Saddle Stake of the Hamxtoburg fair will close Saturday next 16th 2 to nominate Writo W I Alltn secretary for further particulars LoiT on Hustonvillo pike between A D Roots and Stanford a crayon pic turn of n large eagle on globe nt or mall to box 229 Stem ford C L Carter depot or between that and town a email bro pin of etruMon gold with carbuncle centor Finder will be rewarded if returned to Mr J R Paxton Stanford TUB INTKKIOR a splc and span new dross Friday pre Bunting a very neat appearance and of course every Item In it new true Journal MR JOHN put out an aero of strawlwrrtai and Is gutting ready to plant a fouracre watcj melon patch Tho clever old gentleman will bo kept holy attending to them this summer Coats to see our celebrated King settee folding bed four In one settee wardrobe bod and book case Wo sire have a full lino of furniture carpets rugs matting and wall paper Tribblo C Ponce HRYAN Hon ant Jennings Bryan will deliver his famous lecture The Value of an ideal at the Gem Opera House Somerset Wednesday next Special rates will be made on the railroads A FINB picture of R G Williams Esq lato of Mt Vernon appears in tho Covington Post the occasion being his election to tho position of Exalted Ruler of the lodge of Elks in that city This shows that Dick Is very popular in his now hone VKIIICLE FOR SALK Handsome two seat Trap George C Millers Sons make Very boat make material and finish new rubber tires Tjp top condition good for a life time Cost 8265 prico 100 cash or good note E C Hoggs Nicholasville Ky OK interest to players The proceeds of the play David Garrick to bo given by tho tho High School on April 21 is for the benefit of tho Athletic Associa tion of tho school The players are working hart and hope to present some thing all will enjoy As is tho body so Is the mind IN order to get the INTERIOR Joun NAL to its readers earlier wo begin this morning to print it in tho forenoon rather than tho afternoon It Is more convenient as well or more satisfactory to get tho paper out in the after noon but the recent change of schedule of the LeC N necessitates the change Wo now go to press about 830 A but items of minor importance should bo sent In tho afternoon before Tim REST OK ADVERTISING MEDIUMS Please withdraw my ad for n horse Responses have come from Grant Jes samine Lincoln Boyle Mercer and other counties and it will require an extra stenographer to answer them all For goodness sake say that I have bought a horse and wouldnt feed another if ho was presented to mo without money and without prico The result shows ono tiring very plainly that the I J is widely read and an adver tising medium that cant be beat writes Mr W P Walton from Lexington Hisuad was a fivo line local und it appeared only once It pays to advertise when you advertise in tho I J t Wash Goods Italtl t10 let We have been talking Silks and Mohairs so much that wo have slighted ourVOry excellent showing of Spring Wash Goods We haVo botiglit a range of colors in all tlio desirable fabrics Our heated term being about fix months long it afiords ample time to get the good of a wash dregs The prices are reasonable and with tho assistance of a McCall Pattern you can own several cheap SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY II 4most horttoTttlmlwill SChf1011May fentorprillnlt 1pontcr 1In 28i omcattnlc yesterIday Finde- rponslarge 1xiThohrRowkiHl nNAICtlmJoutln and- roodableSomonet EreuMhas I WILL tend off laundry on Tuesdays instead of Wednesdays hereafter Ed Wilkinson WANTED Old buggies surries and phaetons to paint and repair W J Romans Lancaster n MAGGIE WOODS a young colored wo man of the Halls Gap section died Tuesday and was buried Wednesday FOR SALEAn 0 K Jewel stove No8 in good condition Also heating stove bedsteads cot and a fine organ S IL Cook Stanford CIIRISTMANS plants forsale at W H Higgins and George H Farris Tomato plants at ICc per dozen and cabbage plants at 30c per 100 IDo not fail to attend the Ideal Enter on Saturday night April 22 at College Hall Crab Orchard for the benefit of the Christian church Penn bred White Wyandottc eggs for sale DuttonFishcl strain 51 for 15 cash with order George C Goode Covington Ky 4i Pike street 4t TilE following personal appeared In yesterdays Liberty News Mr R B Young went to MO his too l4lu WOODY at Jacktown Sunday I IIAVR accepted the agency for a monument house and will be glad to Afturo with draw thinking about buying a tombstone or monument J C Mc Ctery TUB Stanford Water Light Ice Co is now prepared to deliver ice in any quantities within city limits Those wanting Ice in morning please notify us the afternoon provious Phone 14 B F Rout manager 4t No 24 the northbound passenger duo here at 425 A M did not arrive until 846 yesterday morning owing to a wreck on the new line and then it had only ono passenger coach the others having suffered by the wreck TIIR trial of Johnson Elliott for kill ing Hatdin W Hotter is in progress at Liberty There are eight lawyers em ployed and some 50 or more witnesses havo been summoned Judge M C Saufley of diIlmee is loading coun sel for Elliott Later Elliott was giv en a life sentence Tho case will be lppotdedBAUGIIaItrM r Harry C Baugh man who was Miss Georgia Barnes Wray of this place died at her home near Hustonvllle at 1130 lostnlght of a complication of troubles Funeral scr leos will be held at the home at 130 tomorrow Saturday afternoon by Rev G W Mills Interment in Buffa lo cemetery about 4 A more extended notice of this excellent woman will ap pear next issue N AnoUTEASTERThyear Easter Sunday comes on April 23rd But few times In the thand 20th centuries has Easter been so belated In 1810 It fell on April 22 and on the same date in 1821 and again 1832In ISiS it came on April 23 and in 1856 on April 24 The latest Easter recorded in tine two centuries was in 18S6 when It fell on April 25th There will be but two more Eastcrs on April 23 in the 20th century in 1916 and and 2000 In 1943 it falls on April 25th Last year it came on April 3 The earliest Easter recorded in the two centuries thus far was in 1818 when it fell on March 22 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Thomas OMara retired merchant of Williamsburg died nt San Antonio Texas where he was spending the winter Cager Lunsford shot and fatally in jured Will Hager in a difficulty near Union Mills Jessamine county Both had been drinking The Pulaski Fisical Court meeting passed appropriate resolutionsII as to the worth ability able and efficient services of appointdthe Eighth District He will resign the files of of Pulnat between in order to assume the duties of the Collectors ofI flee LightPower FoxfVlcoPreLouis Secretary Treasurer and General Manager Thus everything is whichDanvillewill begin ThursdayAdvocate u Frightful Suffering Relieved Suffering frightfully from tho virulent poisons of undigested food C G Grayson of Lula Miss took Dr Kings New Life Pills with the re glnllway2j at Pennys Lyno Bros Crab Orchard druggists guaranteed D C Hopper of Front Hill has an nounced for Representative from the Russell and Casey district He is a Republican In Lexington John Morton killed James Lewis also colored with a rock McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Kentucky blllndiMfimifiitur or Jrnn InfcKjru IllniikrUiinil Ynrn Mvml u your warlttdike wool In ixclinniK for work nllowln thf nuirkfl prie KHtl fHctlon laiiirnntittl Hull or wrttf for prices and Information ttlrnt want PUBLIC SALE I I will II nt public altar nt my place lit twvin Turn r vtllt and alrKlntwy on MATUUHAY AlMHMtt lad The following property llulf intrnnt In toiler lmil l A harrow des Imrrow Acnif drill Ioul plow bik3 dewblhov pHrctrn cut ting box 4lit touiicvo tlrk blgtlt ktt tlet wn h kPtflo houMliolil sod kltrlut huggI1001Jcorn wt of WHKOII hnrnco jnotl two eti of buy iutriuM one No Ilorr wapnn tabor wagon ruts nuiilr known on dsyof ralv Hulr will uln nt AM ltICHAUI lilt Turn rtivlllf Ky PUBLIC SALE I will on HATLKDAY AIltlL ti IW At my rci IUfn twri tnllr East of Huxton vlllion thv Htnnfiinl v Hiislonvlllf pike JltolrtNhra n 11110 AC t old Jersey IownJS Hwo wngonsIluckbonrd JourmluI1111111lIlIntlino KurnitureKfHl Kltclicn lHir FsntltgMartTwin inmle known on City nf wk- JIMIJI IllrSlIOP T oo l I Court Tli IxXlnyton llrewliiK Co Ilnlntlff vs ttlo1frnlanl nbrrlaxNMlr Ily virtue of order made hy tin Lincoln rounty court In lhr stove etrh1 cute the imdernliie will alt At pulillc outcry to JIIIIII1 niHl Ixkt bidder on MAT1ItIt YArItlrtls105- At or nlxiiit toll loek nt the Midway Pn amen Ixixit tnt in the town of Stan ford Ky the following tleMrrlUil pruN Tty tOWlt A complete wt of aloha nxture s th e llxi uiv will fold kUlOfCttonmort irnvt of jvi with 11I1t thereon from Mch 11111 nt till rnttol n IDT cent i sr annum from date nndii ktockof cotHlii consUtlnc of itrltiioii vliiui and malt Iliiuorx OUt cnidi rculxter nlout U Uxe of cliinrs ono 0111101 liliiM Wove n lot of empty bar fnll Isrnn- lhrlfrnnudIdetltrrsehalrsnod other salt ccllAneoimnrtlcleii I wilt otterfordetbret of fixtures in a whole one wll then utter for tulle the tock of tliMHln In wimnite tuircuU iicconllnit to ale kbkl and brand or amo olferlnc inch lirnnd wparntely and then I will ofler the KoodH and fixture n whole end will ac rapt thrhlghostondlxst Mil made for the Koodnand fixture Traalw1 will tell mine on n credit of one month and will of the purchaser cllrUrI1ourIIIIttill four effect of a nt eil nod posted li day of IHS l- iTHE SECRET OF SUCCESS IN Sir You cannot palmoff lubitltutet me Ive been August Flower since I was a boy and Ill have no other QVorly million bottles of August Flower fld in the United States alone its introduction And the demand for it is stilt growing Isnt that a fine showing of success Dont it that August Flower has leadunfailing success in the- cure of and dyspepsiatlte happinessQDocsAugust Flower is a sure s or all stomach and intestinal disorders 1that it regulatorsQAugust record of over 35 curing mil lions of these distressing complaints a 4Two sizes arc and 750 For Sale at Pennys Drug Store e r White Linens Very Serviceable and Washable and will bo most used of any wash fabric this season We have 30inch Linens at 2oc 35c and 50c 4C inch linen nt fiOc and 75c 104 linens at 81 110 and 8150 Soisetts Looks likesilk and retains its luster after washing Price 25c all colors Ginghams We show all the colors nod styles in the celebrated A F C Gingham 10 cents per yard Serpentine Crepe In all the new shades and black nt 12Ac per yard Many other lines of wash goods not mentioned here l AdvocateR- HHUiHKNTATIVB CountJudge 1lIlIIlIOILC StylishPeople Itae theirCLOTHES MADE TO MEASURE br THE ROYALTAILORS Chicago sad Few York Spring Line Just Opened Cummins MClaryiStanford Kentucky J G Weatherfrd Co DEALERS IN DRY GOODS NOTIONS FURNISHING GOODS Hats Shoes Drug Prescriptions n Specialty Toilet Articles FURNITURE AND CARPETS Matting Mattresses Trunks Sideboards c All at prices that will please tho closest buyers A Thing Of Beauty Is A Joy Forever s t Especially if it is a beautiful Bath Room Dont fail to see my sample bath room in window A complete outfit I have two complete outfits to select from diflcrent styleftubs closets and lavotory See My enamel sink with back and hard wood drain board It is a beauty S H ALDRIDCE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky INSURANCEFire Lightning WindWorm Lire nml None tliu HTHONOKHT 811- 1ItEMTCotltpuuteslteprescatted UmYUlos ullilti Hilton ruyliiKiUvc uril Uniiiunllvil Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Ittslilence hone Xo S3 e 1teeaT UiulertnkeriEnibulincr ands Dealer in HamessSaddlcry =c STANFORD KENTUCKY rt Pruitt Brothers Wo will show our frlenilN n special lino of OnriMtn MiittlngK hugs Ijice inirtaliiM and 1ortlcrrrii tliU week Mrs korgo rrultt styIshPRUITT BROS Morclnml Ky J l Beazley Co UndertaKers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture rattingsKug8 They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY The Interior Journal Entered in flu Pad Ofice at Statford a Mconddats mattal- UnLtHIIRD TUKHUAYH AND fntuxYi AT 100 PER YEAR CASH prWhen not no paid 1100 will be charged NOTICE You should before let out you Louse carriage and root painting Pape- Langing a lpeclal We hara o t paper from three leadlulbouses of the arId and can sell you wall cheaper than you can steals Estimates furnished on ap All work guarante- edJ BCLOCIT Co Somerset itreet BEECHERMy larre Click Jack111 make theseason of al my ttiblt three mile North of Gab Orchard at fi TO INSURE A LIVING COLT money due her toylaw on coltuntil the Bison pelthNot lien rtsponslbli reUlne for but care taken to prevent samt teeclier Is Iearsol ant Is with whlti rolnl ilreJ by Joe Blackburn ant he by Second Prince and he Imported Prince from Spain First darn Carlana Taylor Second dam Naomla Jennet Thirst dan Ellen Blithe rourthfl mthe Bennett Crib Orchard Ky t J H IOONE t CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on ulan Depot Street Also Dealers In Ooal BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce tit Oartert Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD Kv Special attention to Commercial Men patronage Is solicited Horse on commission Stock Pens In Connection 1Jar1 Traylor DKALtK IS Whisk Brandu Wines Beer Giaars EtGIKYClosePrompt anj polite attintlon Nothing but the bee tatnlc Mitt bane cr tsetr ph oritrs receive trompt attention Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy ready made clothing when there is so little difference in the print ot high grade read made suits and a suit made to youe measure taken by an ex icrienced tailor I have a handsome line of Spring toads I can make from a low price business suit to the finest dress suit Also Spring overcoats and trous ere The company I represent is one off tho beet I also have a line of goods I make up myself for those who prefer it II C RDPLEY the Tailor Valuable Property For Sale Ten acres of laud a twostory front 7 r room cottage The house Is new A splen did garden orchard There Is a large mlllontheplaeeka good rusher and dam Is In repair and the natural power is great oconomy In running the millIDoes a splendid business Everything U In good repair and has alt necessary out Dulld Ingi The owner only reason tor lellIngr is the rush of other business as be tensive farming interests to look aUerJ This property Is on the liangtrg Fork about miles from Stanford and can be bought at a bargain For further particulars ad tress 9 O Thurmond Lytlo Ky or L U Hugbes Stanford Ky POSTEDr We whose names appear hlow strictly forbid hunting Unhlng or any kind of trespassing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Urn Kate Ador Ilelchenbch Bros Fred VonaruentganAlbert VonOruenlgan of h Fred VonAllman Fred Haumann Alfred Simpson George DolmescMiss tattle II Hewes E nelcbenbacbII Charles Cummins Jos Ballou A 0 Dunn S M W E Amon W R DugbertytH J Hoffman M D Rlmore Peter W Tarter J Nevln OarterIIJ E Bruce W K Shomaker at Thomas Ferrlll Green Ferrlll- F J Coon John It Oamenlsch flam TbrldIR A n Root or Onarics Ensslln I NUMBER ONE I VeterinaryLiniment U IA iiil G universal embrocation for alTec I II tlons of the skin Iaodsprains joints galls of atI In sand cracks and 01 her bottle DIIlivriOaaAlways before using In I dbeaseIland eared cleanse them pour on the soaks well into them gently over the of Cloth For sprains stiff Is etc the Liniment should be Ilmellt rubbed Into tho puts at Ithroe times a day For heels rlngbouo Kill evil directions are to zip I daIlYI1Gc LSTANFORD KYJ b FOR SALE I Eight hunJr J acres of as fine teal as you will fin Central Kentucky with twenty thouuaJ dollars 1worth of brick bull Jlnc on linJ running water free pike close to this cltr only ijo an acre W ULAKfcLEY Polling Green Ky UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almoi as good as new for a amount I cai Bx your umbrella better than the tram repairers and for less money Give me a FRANK ATKIHS Stanford rFor Rent or Leaser A splendid large dry goods storeroom and a large warehouse attached recently occupied by Levy Urns Stanford Ky Ap ply for particulars to J B Owsley or ti The LIIIC County National flank J B OWSLEY Stanford Ky For Sale Privately house and 10 acres ot land situated just outside of town limits on the Somerset serenecessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and due for stock J P BAILEY Strawberry Plants for Sale I have the following kinds of Strawber ry Plants for sale Jessie Itubach Glen Mary Parker Earl Gaudey Havlland Tennessee Prolific Clyde Plants are nice and well rooted J L JOHNSON Kingstille Ky DIXIET- he line Shetland ixmy wilt make the pre ent wisou nt my phico near IVyton1 Nel- lutHloltsure8llvfngcolt Ili Is about Is hnmls hlKh n hnuUfulllOtt tl xmy ami H rfeut Individual Ciiru tnkrn to prvwnt nccldentft but not ivKin ll l should any recur Mures Rmiod lit rvnuonnhlt note IMIAUUK NlSNKIIKYTurnersvlllp Ky Nice Home For Sale I Having decided to return to Somerset I offer tor sale privately mv home on Rust Main Street In The residence Is a sixroom cottage brand new bath room and all conveniences The lot contains about IK acres of land and the hcme is a most delightful one For further particular s call on or write me at Somerset J R Deck or Wm Beck at Stanford Er D Peyton DEALER IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford PEYTON My line Jack Peyton alx ycnr old will iniilte tilt izn lit ftviiMin or flee tit my etntilv lit Motvlniid K to Ilium living colt 11ytone loltnlO large tied line turd I add lint yiiirs crop of colts nt J75 round Four of hit colts nr on my farm which will for tliPiiisilvt1 and run he swn at tinytime I will also at the sume plncv stand my peatISAIlvingcoltMonytrailed or parted with Not responslhle for accidents or escapes JJ KINO jroreliiml Ky RESTORATIVE CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY pbldalmenial t mauhs1ToHIo oemt rlmo VIII troublluCoIkn rich heeling blood and rriialrs waited uerrta nmtpbhwlmagaarantepcrren MCOICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u s At rUB SALE AT 1EXXYS DHtO slant TEMPLE HILL STOCK FIRM Magsffia Plate City Limit Harrodsburg Kentucky lleil lAaf 1yiHirohl nvonl Sin in Oil ln at over onehalf mile truck Hlreof with reo onl Kilter that 2ii Champion show home Kentucky and leadlmr sin of htgln class horses and teiiniH t2 to llixiltv a llvlnn told goal one at that or 12Ai the 811 I philm It In to the text Interest of thoowu erof imireMOf Merrerand adjoining iotin to lireol to HI tnflat rnla he In for salt I expect to krhlll and hived luindte his Inlu very natur that I will work fur the HIlIf lilnrolts high pried no matter to whom they lx lonij 2nd liicniiKu his rolls hut a n riputa tlon and have sold for hlKher prlcx mule thoM of any Ktnlllon III Mercer utljolttug countleii ilril Iteciiune his colic havu taken more premiums than those of any stallion In Mercer or iiiljulnliix roun flea nth lleciHine he luma letter revonl n race horse Imvlnu won out of li ran1 ii liotter record as n show horn linvlnu out of ctshowi tlmiumy Htalllon In IInr 0 niiOlllllll countlfK fitli IloraiiNv Iiiif in tliHonly liars steal liy a horw a record of Sls ttt K Olnyi who bus Inhl x CUlts with records letter thou Yaa with n iliim il ady Hart that every colt Lard tool n Htandiird record nod was inner used whose grlnud Qum Hopritnoiwiis thuureatent brood mare In tlu world hav lint II In the list and wlio air 1C K tlnyi Mild for dJIIlItI1 who dlllll sold for wlioioiliimiiKlrtMHed Wllkolol for tli for a half Interest and who himself Ited uh tlifIt old tarllliu and sit years nldfur117bt used that has himself steel lleolt to will for over lIlsOlII high as JUIIII11I teams from SIr llo flare Mercr or adjolnlm coiintlex nth lint three of 1GsllenPcalta warn over trained for xpx l used they nil took record 7th lint Sine of lied Idvtfs colts was ever rnceil nod ns started In II or Iz races wlnnliiK llrst In olin Mcond In all tin ether us shown liy the Year hook nod dhowed mlluM in 213 nnd would have IMn siiisiitlonnl ie lived Nth lied fend steel more high IliiHn lilKliprlced team thiin any Ntalllon K In twist two years nth I show wverat offers of over taun for n pnlr I now liavi1 None of those sold live yearn old and most of them under rhea yens old Now I nay If you Went n trotter Ked Lent heal to get tliemliH his Is Sinn of the Kreatekt sins of extremi HHiiland his damn grant producer and shu be one of the world1 HrciiUKt reI of aimed Iletl WIlkiH nod liln kirns iliim the ureatedt beast miiri In the world If you wont n show horse hllllroen hu ell KIt them of the threoyearold mare liy him whew through tin circuit III regular and sweepstakes and winning out of 20 shows something emmllHl only by the worlds fainou Oypsy Queon q you want n linsl i horse he can jet them that will mll for highest dollars nod his illllnn urn sure to IMlIrlIt brood miirvs If these aru not Meta why not I ulho hilvo n good lllnck Jnck to stand at i to insure n living colt n E 00DUAltUt r r KINGSVILLE James McCarty lost a valuable pony WednesdayThe storm of Monday blew tho frame of Steve Reynolds new hous downTrainmaster Wm Tuncy was in town Thursday StulPwere Hester has bought a new rub ber tire buggy Something must bo do ng Claude The Q S C will begin the erection of their new bridge over Fishing Creel about May 15 John E Creighton a former Q C telegraph operator of this place is now stationed at Cape Girardean Mo wIth the Frisco road Win Carter of Arabia and Mrs Kidd of Cumberland Falls came hers last Friday and were quietly marries l by Rev G II Cannon They have our best wishes E D Chevolette bought of Marion Williams the house and lot now occu pied by Dan Reynolds Dr Acton has bought of Sam Flint a lot 200x300 feet 1and will build at once Ed McCarty has purchased of Samuel Rose of River Point R I two English Blue Belton setters Ed says tit birds will have to roost mighty high next winter if he dont get them Clarence Dunrrwas at home n few days last week M D Smith better known as Hunk met with a painful accident Friday while working on the new Q S C bridge at South Fork J W Thompson was in Stanford Monday While Fireman John Bowling of the crew was on his engine Friday night a desperate tramp attempted to rob him but John being something of a scrapper himself soon had the tramp in trouble and he escaped on a passing freight train W L McCarty and wife were in Stanford Monday Jos Lenahan and Ed McCarty made a business trip to McKinney Miss BerthaThompson loft for Woodstock Sunday to attend school W R Campbell of Lexington arrived Monday and will probably be with us all summer FARMERS DEPARTMENT Bruce S Hoffman sold H hunch of their slop fed cattle at Si to dec During the storm Monday Jerry Caldwell Jr of Boyle had one of his silos blown down D B Chatham sold his crop of 30 000 pounds of tobacco at lOfcc straight Harrodsburg Herald Winn S Nuckols averaged 1130 on hogsheads of tobacco in Louisville last week Woodford Sun Fourteen Jersey cows were killed and the dairy barn destroyed by lightning on the W W Estill farm in Fayette Folt SALEMare mule 15i hands high three years old well broke and a good one J H Thompson Preachers villc P McKenzie of Ccntralia Mo IJ a team of mules one of which is 17 one inch and the other 18 hands high He has refused 700 for them W S Barnes of Melbourne Stud near Lexington was awarded a judg ment of 30000 damages against the Long Island railroad for injury to his race horses in transit MULESI will be in Stanford on Tuesday next 18th at the stable of J H Boone and will pay cash for u carload of mules large or small and between four and seven years old Dont forget the date A J Winkle Knoxville Tenn Milton Young of Fnyettc county the great thoroughbred horse breeder owns 2250 acres of the best bluegrass land and 700 thoroughbreds including stnlI lions mares and colts Though a re publican he la very much of a democrat- In his ways and is an ardent admirer of Gov Beckham There is a barbers and wigmakers union in Vienna which is stringent In its examination before it admits anyI new member to its society Only empetent persons are allowed to practice and to prove their capabilities must first show that they thoroughly mderstand the disinfection of razors gushes etc used In their craft and ilso how to keep the razors sharp and lie them to the best advantage Even so the man who successfully passes the examination of the union is required to serve an apprenticeship for wo years before he can a of his own Women barbers ate also admitted to this Austrian union but they are required to apprentice themselves for can go into business on their own account I Last Hope Vanished When leading physicians said thatI W M Stnithnrt of Pekln la urablo consumption his last hope anlshcd but Dr Kings New Dlscov ry for Consumption Coughs anllI CoMa kept him out of his grave lIe says This great specific com iletely cured me and saved iify life Since tben I have usfcd It for over 10 rears and consider it a marvelous hroat and lung cure Strictly scion file cure for Coughs Sore Throats 01I olds sure preventive of Pneumonia luuninteed GOo and 81 bottles at G L ennyB Stanford and Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Trial bottle fleoI A unknown man committed suicide In a New York cemetery r 1lAu In this day of extreme specIalizatIon In gowns it Is not surprising that the fashionable wardrobe includes a par ticular dress for church wear One woman tho other day in talking other different gowns spoke of my church dress A chorous of Whats that went up from her listeners Why she explained Its a plain dark In conspicious gown I always have made each season for church except in summer when I feel at liberty to wear white or some dainty lawn or linen frock And in what good taste this idea is We have gowns for ball theater home and street now why not for church perfectly attuned to the hour of solemn thought One could in such a costume rend their hearts and not their garment- sChamberlains Cough Remedy the Best and Most Popular Mothers by It for croupy children railroad men buy It for severs coughs and elderly people buy itforla grippe say Moore Bros Eldou Iowa We sell phone of Chamberlains Cough Remedy than any otho kind It seems to have taken tho lead over several other good brands There Is no qucatlon but this medicine is tho best that can be procured for coughs and colds whether It IH a child or an adult that Is atllleted It always cures and cures quickly Sold by Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Tilford Bongc who killed lion J J C Howard at Manchester was held In 3000 which he gave Keep bowels 1tar tho use of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets There is nothing bettor Forsale by Lyno Broi OrabOrchard u llnw your colts cos trHtil by T F GROSS 1IIhnllltilt Ky tns trator of liorn and 111lIclloll WOOD WILKES Trial Hrcord over Crab Orchard truck11mucus U Hlntl l y llriew Wllkfli liy lvtok h by tiwlrqr Wilke Mllfks llniiitN tontnn Wo1 Wllk9 hi IHII1 Ii lit Wrow by 1nw HmMMhT b by Hn r nown l Hntuiitkr tIll 11 Katli Crow iliim by Almont list Ulinont Intl lnm Todhuntrrs JInmTi trMnmlirlno Thief II r lduubr JtcliiMr a Ivnnmik Will iimke the present MIIMIII at my plaw on romer lt plkf mil fitm Ktaiifonlat to liuurv a ItvliiK roll tt Of1 MllkMlin romliiK r arohl and lia nl rvniljr a Itt rbT colt shlowgswvlhush nn abundiince of stylr Th an lilx range follows end mp wrll IMIdMureetrndeloras14lforfeits niHkei aresan money tilts Mar s ICrlz1 lit n lam month tan taken to prevent alIdents lint not ilanllllelunud our cur Hliuifonl Ky DORSEY GOLDDUST 12055 Full broth r to Kstrllr tw Hipit liy lliiull llolddu IMO by llciliMui hy Vrniont MorKuniliini b 1tIlI Imp Anililiiti tnlllon- iHirwy lolddu tsdHiu IsKlorvno1 liy iol dn Mlngo Chlrf u Mill of iiidw MorilHii iniikliiK hint an IntniMly Inhml Morgan ttiilllon dncviulliiK from Jiittlu Morintuoi lath alu8 the IVst fiiinlly of road liar known lv r luldiluit Is n lIuk Imy Miul- Hlllt hull till Illl wlllh 111111111110 A and uniform lirviilnr ofhlxhihu naulundBxdnsharsrseautbhung till tin iuiilltlf for huriHoSHlMl middle HIV In iliMiiiind nt top The rhiunplon mulillr mid coil dD il gelding of tin Aimrleiin hors shown Ittritit DIJnck0 IiliumiiHfii Ktiinds to his prwllt TMilrt of hli rolls lusty Mjkl for ovrt thIJit In UIlt two Ills Kvrvlet to ollintl thiinany liorwnf his priMluuliiK iiiullty In Ken tacky WIIIlnmt tit my fiirm It IIIIIMI frntii Htaiifonl KyIII IIu tonylll 5 to IhNlrw ti rtdt cite when roll drop or man jmrtni wllh liy brevier Mares at l HT dip on KnM No n ulNinnlbllity for iiovldeiits or encajns Th- IMot orals and lie alhug KVeii Adilrem F IlKIH Hlanfonlor 1iiiivlll Ky THE WA fIElDTrial 24 Trotting Dark bay stulllon IS3i hands fouled Aug 1001 bred by Village Kitrm Eat Au rora New York Sired by Dare Devil 2US record S0 slreof The llem Ideal IilSVj Son of Slarabrlno King 1270 sire of Lord Derby Nightingale lletallss The Quest or LorI Marcb Lady of the Manor heirLaw King Charles Stocking Ho y Mercten all with records under IOS First dam Naughty Girl by Rex Amen cue 2i300 Mambrlno lla 3rd dm Dotlet by Nutwood 600 nth dam T rUrathmoro 5th dam illllard by Albion 0th dRill Ned by Edwin Forest 7th dim Lady Turner by Sluinbrl Warflold was worked only 00 days last season nnd showed a 3i2l clipover u bad halt mile track He IIluund headed good gutted good wind good feet and legs and kind and easy la handle In anC out of harness one that will stay and trot nil day He will make season nt Sum Owens near McKinney at 115 to Insure i living colt Mares traded oil or bred to mother home forfeits Insurance and makes season money due Men retained on colt until season Is paid ENULEMAN OWENS GEORGE HUR One of the finest English coach horses in the State will make the present season at my place on Silas Andersons farm at gio o Insure a living colt money due when colts or mare is parted with a lien retained on colt until season money Is paid George Hur is black four while feet and white face weighs when in good shape i 600 pounds stands full 16 hands and is sixyearsold the coming Spring George Hur is suple and quickII driver a quiet and safe horse al- anywork He was sired by Den Hun Major 273 3135 Grand Sire Scott 3430 Dam Jennie Beatrice Clydesdale George Hur has somo of the finest colts in the country has proved lo be a sure foal get er Hur Is half English coach and half Clydesdale best draft horses in the State For information call in or write Wm Sprinkles at Rowland Ky and we Invite all lovers of horses to call and examine George Hur Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible any occur- I will also stand my fine jack Jim Porter at the same place at 88 WM SPRINKLES Rowland Ky i rr Gallon 1291O Shed by GambtoUa Wilkes Sit0t lit darn Daisy Field granddam of Alice Wilkes taddatadams of 16 In the halt ard data by Old Joe den ot the data Itt J Q 2171 Dalton carries SeelevaAmericansire ot speed Only three of Dalton colt hare n handled fare eed having all work ed mill out In 779 and better This evidence that he will ret ot speed team roadhorses r i thereforelostpeedQhim at 11000 This Is just a few Instances of recent aaos Dalton has made all ot his seasons at my stable 1110 all and served the last three seasons an average of 7d mare the season This Is another of the best recommendations stallhm ran have lie was great show horse In his Young day living defeated sonic of the but In harness classes and labored under a groat disadvantage owing tea very bad cripple In ono shoulder at two year old with tbu ripple he can work n mile In SS 1 hut little handling Ills alprwsdydopeof mare he Is gutting of late are much better than his first seasons ijInright for what I claim for him Gallon will stand at lie to Insure a live coil mares traded off after breeding forfeit Insurance Oran after thin retb ot April at U per mouth Will Iand at my place two ntlles Weston lluslonvllleon Ilradrottlselaelslke IIbone In residoarc Y M 13OIIU ONE COMFORTS detracted from If the interior dec OrJtion5 do not properly harmonize GIBBONS MAY us aid in bringing about the proper and desired effect Tic knelt four experience our many facilities arc at your disposal WINDOW SHADES 111Mlantlard 1Hlnt KiMrnnk Vnrnlih lp HiipplletHixl Iliif ot I Hint can round any 5t tltU Main Hlnit NationalIBank Stanford Ky Capital Stock JSOOOOj This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In usa then reorganlied the National Hank of Stanford In IKS and again reorganized as the First National Ilaik of Stanford In 1111 having bad practically an uninter rupted existence fur II It Is supplied now with facilities for transact Ing business promptly and well than ever In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited J B Paxton J n Owsley H Shanks W 0 Walks Geo W Carter J II Foster L 0 WH Uummlns W M Bright II L Hubble w II Shanks Are al Let you and Hundrlis airhiilr I better before Oooch TheSuccessors to Farmers flank Trust and under same Hoping such buslnoss relations will prove beneficial Ste airs leastk- Lo i n as In as It 1 h J 8 t t j 8T 11 W II IIAi W j DJr IraOfflurs r lUld a T J S K L M n B It nau T P Hill Jas II J II J 51lettu 0 E Tate LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL JCAPITAL STOCK 9BOOOO r Directors f Company contlnuoullytor SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT mutually t H BIIANK9Preildiat J n 1axUia Vice rrosldent W M nitlOHT Cashier W O WALICERAAsst OashU We Are Showing pron The Best nmnufucturcrs in the country a fine mal well selected line of Ladies High Shoes and Oxfolds Every lady in Crab Orchard and vicinity is invited to call and see our stock anti ho convinced that you do not have to leave the East End to dress tho feet in an uptodate style W E Perkins W B McRoberts Crab Orchard 11 KY DRUGGIST 1I STANFORD Sells Kurfces Heady Mixed Paints Every gallon Guaranteed There is none better New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lead and Linseed Oil Also A Tested and Sure Bed Bug Destroyer