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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 t 1r tci t t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL J i J VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 18 1905 NO 14 PREACHERSVILLEI Mrs Jones Anderson will open a nice lino of millinery this week T W Payne says that ho has been laid up with bolls so long that ho has forgotten how to work nnd so little work going on that ho can not learn how ugaln Prcachenivlllc Is In a flourishing con dition Only one vacant house und two of our young then say it will tenant ed by them next Wo cant say how It will turn out but our advice Is dont nil bid at once The people of Preachcrsville arc cordially Invited to attend the sale of pot ted plants to be held at Lancaster the first week In May by the Ladles Aid Society of the Christian church Let everybody go and help in this good cause Dom to the wifojif D P Thompson u boy John Colton has chills Levi SowdorlsMujteJIf of throat trouble and a bronchial alwcesa P E ParrIsh is about well of grip Morn to the wife of I George B Colson n 10pound boy John Smith Is complaining Emmett Hurndon bought n horse of Mr Baugh for 47 J F Pettus has bought a good mule for 110 J P Italgen fold n howe to Mr Curtis for 7G Mr Davis sold n cow to J F Payne for 26 JOSIe Fox bought a cow and calf of J M Crow for 0 J Ii- I Thompson sold n bunch of hogs to J F Thompson at 41c J P Rodgers sold his home here to Dr It M Farris for 500 Mn Hnjrnn owns n horse and cow whose combined egos are 60 year T P Gross bought n horse of John Hutchltu for 100 Mrs Wm Akurs of Lexington arrival last week to visit her parents Mr sad Mm S D Carpenter Mrs John Ledfonl of Owsloy county to till Fguest of her mother Mrs Sow or Rov P I Rodgers of Oklahoma to visiting friends hero and in Garrard Henry Wolto and family visited nt ROY Jordans W C Cummins nnd wife visited the family of IL F Ncwlnnd nt Cedar Creek Mrs N J Horton has returned from n visit to her daughter Mrs Jntm d Griwom in Adair Maurice Perkltw John Chadwick and T KlVnt son of Crab Orchard were here Sunday Miss Lilly Garner and mother of Cedar Creek wore nt D J Thomp 2 sons T P Gross our veterinary had nn amusing experience recently it He returned from Stanford onoovcnlng t and found to his dismay that he had lost his pocket book containing n nice sum of money Afterwards he found it to hU surprise thrust carelessly in his ov errant pocket Carnegie Js Happy Giving 20000 A Day I Andrew Cnrnegle Bitting In the libra ry of his Fifth Avenue home discussed his gifts to colleges and other Institu tions lie fild- obJcctI to the term philanthropist when ajtylled to myself I have always I rt understood It to mean nman with more money than brains In my work for humanity I propose to use the brains I have as well ns I tried to do In accumu dating tho means of doing good nnd mak J ing myself nnd other j ersons happy In what I am now doing I find supreme satisfaction I know of no pleas uro In life which for mo Is comparable to creating n library which Is not mine Itwhen created but belongs to the eo library is n cradle of democracy I do not expect to impoverish myself but I hope to set in motion sys tems of wise and practical benevolence In which what fortune I may leave maybe wisely nnd profitably employed by those who come after me- At present Mr Carnegie Is giving at the rate of 20000 a day for libraries nnd Is looking for another outlet for his benevolence Rheumatic Pains Quickly Re lieved The excruciating pains characteris tic of rheumatism and sciatica are quickly relieved by applying Cham berlalns Pair Halm Tho great pain relieving power of tlio liniment has f bees tho surprise and delight of thous r ends of sufferers The quick rollef from pain which It affords U alone f worth many tlmesIts cost For sale by livne JJros Crab Orchard Deposit Required I said to the tailor r Three button cutaway Or something on that order Is what I want today Then spoke the tailor to me A man sore tried and true Well something on that order Would greatly please me too Keep your bowels regular tho used of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets There Is nothing better Forsalo by Lyno I3r69lOrabOrchard Princeton was visited by a fire which did damage in the neighborhood oP20 000 TheAre is to have been oJncendlaryorigin- f 1 ICRAB ORCHARD TIe Masons feel confident of rebuild ing their hall this summer Purchased your tickets for the Ideals Better hurry up theyare selling like hot cakesCo-b James W Guest lies resigned ns shool trustee and James Anderson has been chosen In his place Mr James Gilkerson Is converting his grist mill Into n stake factory nnd will soon be ready for sawing Come to Crab Orchard on April 22nd and hear the ideals latest musical com positions and original character writings for the benefit of the Christian Aid Society Tho sick are all Improving Mrs D C Payne is able to ride out after along illness Joe Magee has n position with the L N nt Livingston Mrs Han nah Steger was in Danville lust week Will Brooks is with his mother and sis tor here Heath Willis has returned to North Middletown College afterapend ing a few days with his parents Mrs Kato Magee wits in Lancaster Friday Wallace Cover Jr is enjoying a few days with the home folks Substitutes Suggested F6r Tainted Money Dissatisfied with the characterization tainted money In connection with John D Rockefellers missionary gifts a of men in n Wall Street cafe evolved the following substitutes Base lion Guilty Gelt Devils Dost lootetllucro Venal Velvet- TnmishOil Tin Dirty Dollars Pilfered PoUt Sullied Slllor Wicked Wealth Trust Trwwure Sickening Stuff- Cunsarablo Coin Felonious Rends Atrocious Aneta Repentant Rhino PtMtifurous 1iwh Suspicious Spcde Polluted Plunks Degraded Ducats Penitential Pesos Nefarious Nuggets Sjwtted SpondullM- lIalodoroulllnzuma Disreputable Dough- Reprehensible Rocks Larcenous longgrccn- OPlrobrious Opulence Peoples PlucktCIPlum- Iontnmlnated Kallseoil JUMBO Mr nnd Mrs R E Braw nor and little son of Burgin visited tho family of John Skidmore last week Miss Nannie Meredith is visiting rela tives at Burgin The wife of Will Kirk Patrick continues very low Misses Nora and Mary DAugherty visited the tam ily of John Skldmorc Sunday Mr and Mrs L Johnson visited their daughters at Burgin the past week George Kit troll aged 27 and Mrs Annie Martina widow of 20 were joiner heart and hand at the resilience of J C Meekly Tiuwlay by Rev Wm Shelton The bride is the pretty daughter of Mr John Skldmore while the groom is oncof thu most popular young men of Somerset Their hosts of friends congratulate him on winning his bonnie bride The happy couple will make Somerset their future homo Love Song Loves for youth and not for age Een though ngo should wear a crown For the poet not the sage Not the monarch but the clown Loves for peace nnd not for war Een though war bring allrenown For tho violet not thu star Fqr the meadow not the town Wouldst thou know where love doth hldeT- Whenco his sharpest arrows fly 7 In a dimple love may hide Or tho ambush of nn eye Wert thou clad in triple mall In n desert fur apart Note whit would this avail Love would find niyl pierce thy heart Thomas Nelson Page Cheated Death Kidney trouble often ends fatally but by choosing the right medicine Mr R H Wolfo of hour Grove la cheated deaths Ho says Two years ago I had Kidney Trouble which caused ate great pain suffering timid anxiety but I took Electric llltters which effected a complete cure I have also found them of great hnnellt Ingen oral debility and nerve trouble and keep them constantly on hand since I find they have no equal G L Penny Stanford and Lyne Bros Crab Orchard druggists guarantee them at 50 cents =J N Welliacroft n prominent commission merchant died suddenly nt his home at Covington e ti lr it L e rec NEWS NOTES Work has been begun on the new railroad between Carrolton and Worth Ington Ky The conspiracy indictment against Nan Patterson the former show girl has been dismissed John Klousing a young fireman on the J N was killed on his first trip near Butler this State At Cherubusco id robbers blew a bank vault shot a bankers wife and escaped with over 8500 Mary E Shaw colored who has just died irf Philadelphia left 38000 to the Booker Washington School It Is said that Andrew Carnegie has decided to give 12 million dollars to Southern and Western colleges Carrie Nation was fined 250 and sen tenced to four months Imprisonment for destroying private property Gen John Palmer former Command crinChlef the Grand Army of the Republic died at Albany N Y The new Cotton Belt railroad bridge nl Thebs III built at a cost of 3000 000 will be opened for trufllr today Three people wore killed nnd two badly injured by the explosion of a can of powder In n store at Trenton Tenn Extensive building operationsin Lex- Ington Have caused a brick famine and many thousands have been ought from other cities Thomas Bovoridge a nephew of Sen ator Beveridge of Indiana was shot twice by nn officer at Matton Illaftor seriously stabbing a man In h fight Howard Martin of Howling Green who organized new bank at Bunkie La was probably fatally stabbed by Dr W Haas president of a rival bank there President Code of tho Lewis and Clark Exposition says that every de- tAil of the Fair will have been complet ed three days before the date of open fag June A Vienna court has decided that Ru dolf Sprwkels of California must pay 1COO for an operation for appendicitis and nine thu court costs in the suit flied by the Mirgwn The Union Pacific railroad will place gasoline motor cars In service between Gmndlslandand St Paul Neb and expects later on to place similar cars on nil its small branch lines The American Antituberculosis League will begin n threedays meet Ing today in Atlanta Many prominent physicians including several Eu ropean specialists will attend The pecuniary losses by the German coal strike arc said to be 22500000 Nearly 5000000 was lost in wages alone coal owners lost 3000000 rail ways 2600000 and consumers 5000 000The editor of a Kansas newspaper came very near being assassinated last week In writing an article reforringto a fashionable ladyof his city wearing u redingote tho compositor rnudo it rend billy oa Although the anticigarette law went Into effect in Indiana cigarettes were smoked as usual The law Is generally believed to apply only to dealers The latter seem to intend to obey it and no cigarettes were on sale Sunday closing was enforced in St Louis and saloons and barber shops were closed from midnight Saturday until midnight Sunday One feature of the day was a marked increase of drunkenness in East St Louis and the suburban towns A deal is on by which the Tennessee Central railroad will become a part of the Frisco system about May Extensions of the road are contemplated Including a lino from Hopkinsvilla to Evansville or Joppa III to connect with the Chicago and Eastern Illinois roadIt was authoritatively announced In Bowling Green that two ambulance corps lire to be established in the Ken tucky State Guard The corps willcon slat of two companiesof 40 men each and the numbers will consist entirely of physicians or druggists One corps Is to be stationed at Bowling Green and one nt Lexington Mrs Chadwick was arraigned in tho Federal Court at Cleveland again Friday on the new indictment found agninst her In which the charge of aid lag and abutting Cashier Spear of the defunct Oberlin Bank Is preferred Her bond was increased by the court after her arraignment She pleaded not guilty mid It is understood she will not be prosecuted on the new indict ment unless the former conviction should be set aside on appeal A Daredevil Ride Often ends In a slid accident To heal accidental Injuries use Duuklens Ar flea Salvo A loop wound In my foot from an accident II writes Theodore Schucle of Columbus 0cllused mo groat pain Physicians were helpless but Ducklcns Arnica Salvo quickly healed It Soothes and heals burns like magic tic at G L Pennys Stan ford and Lyno IlrosI Crab Orchard druggistso Irt 0 vI tft t J POLITICAL Former Gov George W Atkinson of West Virginia is to be appointed to the vacancy on the bench of the United States Court of Claims The president It is said sounded lien ry C Frick the Pittsburg multimillion aire on the subject of a cabinet position and learned that under no circum stances would he ncccpt Secretary of War Taft said that the Panama Railroad Company would be completely reorganized at the annual meeting of the directors In New York today Chairman Shonts of tho Ca nal Commission will be elected pres identMunicipal and government ownership was the chief theme discussed at the Jefferson daybanquet the other night in Chicago William J Bryan andGeo Fred Williams were theprincipal speak ers but brief addresses were made by Mayor Dunne Tom L Johnson James Hamilton Lewis and Clarence S Dar row All tho speakers took strong round in favor of making government ownership an issue in national politics Mayor Dunne was the subject of nu picrous complimentary allusions from there who fcsponUcd t6 toasts TheJelTerxon day banquet in New York was attended by 700 democrats The speakers were Judge Alton B Parker Augustus Van Wyck Senator Newlands Mayor McClellan Congress man Rainey of Illinois John W Kern of Indiana and J J Willett of Alabama Tho principal address was made by Judge Parker and his remarks were enthusiastically applauded He made n strong plea for party harmony and urged nn adherence io the old land marks decrying what he termed newfangled forms of hysteria and hum bug About Rheumatism There are few diseases that Inflict more torture than rheumatism and there Is probably no disease for which such a varied and useless lot of reme dies have been suggesWd To say that it can bo oil red Is therefore a bold statement to make but Chamberlains Pain Balm which enjoys an extensive sale has met with groat success In the treatment of this disease One appli cation of Pain Balm will relieve time pain and hundreds of sufferers have testified to permanent cures by Its use Why suffer when Pain Balm affords such quick relief and costs but a trifle For sale by Lyno BrosCrabOrchard Wall street has a report that J P Morgan started the fight on James H Hyde of the Equitable in order to force E IL Harriman who id supposed to have been largely indebted to the company to sell out his holdings of 20000000 in Northern Securities stock The plan succeeded according to the story Morgan and lull becoming the purchasers of Harrimans interests Hence Harrimans retirement from the board of directors The Federal granduryChicago is said to be making u specialeffort to secure enough evidence against a high official of the beefpacking con cerns to indict him for attempting to influence Government witnesses It is the theory of the officers of justice that two employes of Swift Co wanted as witnesses are in Canada at the in stigation of the legal advisers of cer tain packing companies For a Weak Digestion Xo 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 anti vigor to tho system but time amount digested and assimilated If troubled with a weak digestion dont fall to give these Tablets a trial Thousandshuve been benefittcd by their use They only cost a quarter For sale by Lyno Bros Crab Orchard The skip of the men and women of some nations is much thicker than that of others particularly in hot countries The Central African Negro has a skin about half as thick again as that ora European That of a Negro Is thickest over the head and backevidently to form a protection from the sun Miss AntiqueDont you know peo ple arc begining to call me an old maid Miss CaustiqucOhl I no Theyve been doing that for a long timeI- Wiest youre just beginning to hear them Ahl began the pen on tho report ers desk Jnm mightier than the swordOh but look at me retorted the editors blue pencil Huhl Of what use are you pray Well to make a long story short Rafael R Govin former receiver of the Union Traction lines says there will be municipal ownership and munic ipal operation of two trac tion systems of Chicago within three months t i Jy itNZ tL F f MJjttt tttwith other shoes equally priced or even with many lthisALL AMERleAr350 and 400 Shoes ARE THE BEST YET They cater to wear as well as to sty i to comfort assstyleThey the satisfaction that can possibly be secured from the finest workmanship and the best leathers ALL AMERICAS are the kind of footwear that makes a man declare illm glad bought these shoes Every wearer is enthusiastic Your style and size await you he- reSAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY We Sell WARRANTED PURE VINEGARS Xotlilint Is more unwhnlr oim sad liinijtrous to health thou the chef nrld vliirpirs fniitirntly oOVnil for calcliut you Mhoulcl know dent II KINZ V INKUA11H comply with the pure trod lows of every Httite In the tnloii ems i viry country lit the world They are nut ugly Mrlrtly and iiliMilutrly mere wholPMiniK uiid mifi but they an iiroptrly iwd mnooth and uillcntH In flavor mid iiroiim Heliu pure elder vliuKiir ln 011111 ploy Ileliu white pickling vlmeiir distilled trout grntnheist pure limit tlneKiir brewed fnlllllllllll1 burley W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY LaPorte Vehicles Honest Work Attractive Styles Over 300 of these pleasure vehicles have been sold in Lincoln count which is of itself evidence of their merits The following lit of representative citizens who nre using Lalortc Vehicles is made up from memory there are ninny others to nil of b whom we refer ns to evidence pf the worth of this works Preston Beck M S Baughman E P Woods Hon J S Owsley Sr Jas II Baughman Robert Woods Baughman James Woods Jas lr CumminsHenry Traylor W H Higgins Hon M C Saufley T D Newtrfnd J N Menefee J U Paxton Col T P Hill Sam W Menefee lion n C Warren J W Brooks S J Embry Sr Rowan Saufley Jack Beazley E T Pence John Heck Wm Underwood EG Walton Beazley Livery Luther Underwood C V Gentry J 11 Boone Co Livery Crit Eubanks W C Shanks I M Bruce Livery Robert Sims W W Withers L R Hughes K VanArsdaleC Hays Grimes Bio arnan ames Lynn BaileyiohnUr W B OBannon Andrew Gooch Porter Robinson C Vanoy Cicero Reynolds Sidney Dunbar H J Darst- J F Holdam Full carload of these popular vehicles recently received by E T Pence Co Agents for Lincoln County JG Weatherford Co i DEALERS IN DRY GOODS NOTIONS FURNISHING GOODS Hats Shoes rugs Prescriptions u Specialty Toilet Artie e rta FURNITURE AND CARPETS Mattings Mattresses Trunks Sideboards Ac All at prices Unit will please the closest bucrsIWe Are Showing From TheJllBest manufacturers in the country a fine and well selected line of Ladies High Shoes and Oxfords Every lady in Crab Orchard and vicinity is invited to call and see our stock hall be convinced that you do not have to leave tho East End to dress the feet in an uptcJdate style W E Perkins 406 r Ii JJL 4 r Crab Orchard Ky = The Interior Journal 1h E C WALTON II a IT took a jury in the Federal court all of last week to find a verdict in the cast of Mrs Mitts of Williamatov of Kansas Ther vs Dr Alexander woman sued the doctor for 5000 the rape of a kiss The doctor form forI ly lived in Kentucky and was M Mitts family physician Recently he visited Williamstown and called on frs r Mitts On leaving he gave her a ten der kiss which she resented and lowed Some of theup with a suit jury held out for 1000 damages but a compromise was finally agreed and n r verdict of 100 rendered In his test mony the doctor disclaimed any evil in tention and said the kissing of wornI en had become more of a habit with him than anything else In Kansas he had kissed 20 or 30 a day on professional calls and no one thought anythii about it Thats a vcrydilTerent thins Kissing a Kansas woman is we should a r imagine as much a performance of duoc ty as the kissing of a Kentucky woman is a luxury the difference between tai ing medium and sipping the sparkling champagne as it weretTHE hysterical prediction of the Newc York World and Harpers Weekly that Roosevelt will succeed himself in 19C heed alarm no one The president say s he will under no circumstances accept a renomination and while the statement may be taken with a grain of salt or as we Latins say Cum grano salist there is hardly a probability that a nom ination will he forced upon him Mr Roosevelts popularity is great and he is possessed of many statesmanlik qualities but neitheris coestraonlinar as to warrant the assertion that the f country will make a fool of itself The I president may succeed himself but it I c wont be because of a National uprisin to that end It will be solely becaus he may stultify himself and use all the means at his command and his untiring effort to be renominated and elected JUDGE HARms is now on trial for his I life at Lexington a jury having been obtained after several hundred men had been examined for jurors If he is guilty he ought to be given the full extent of the law but his trial should not be the occasion as it is for certain lawyers and newspapers toadvertise and exploit themselves There is entirely too much of the spectacular in the trial and the effort to manufacture public opinion against the Hargises hw created a sympathy for them they would not have otherwise had VISITORS to the Lewis and Clark Ex position in Oregon this year may be treated to the uhusual spectacle of ev ery prominent man in the State being on trial for high crimes and misdemean ors U 5 Senator Mitchell is now 01 trial for land frauds both Congressmen are under indictment so is a former land commissioner a State Senator a land office recorder a clergyman and 50 other citizens of prominence All r are republicans and if the stories of their stealings be true the penitentiar k ies will have to be enlarged TilE Northern Presbyterian church at Washington has voted 41 to 23 to draw the color line and segregate the Negro e Justice John M Harlan and other in fluential persons belong to this church and the action was taken after he had spoken against it saying the word race is not in the constitution and should not be in the standards of the church tt Thus is another door of hope for equality closed in the face of the poor Negro and by the friends who would force him on the Southern peo pie UNITED in life they were not divided Mr and Mrs Howard Hashbrouk of New York played together in childhood were betrothed in youth and married for 52 years The other daythe old man sickened and died and a few hours afterwards his wife joined him in the sweet beyond They were both buried in the same grave and let us hope that they realize the hope held out to the fi rally faithful We shall know each other there U S JUDGE WING has granted Mrs Chadwick a stay of execution of her 10year sentence and she will get out of prison for awhile if she can find bonds men for 31000 The bare possibility of her running at large again will doubtless cause the Ohio bankers to put extra locks on their safest before hieing themseves to the tall and uncut IT is rumored that Senator Burton of Kansas will resign As he is laboring f under many indictments which are be ing increased daily any one of which will send him to the penitentiary if the things charged are proven his re signation will only be making a virtue of a necessity The office may soon be- takena from him IN the midst of tho socalled prosecu tion at Chicago against it the Beer Trust has ordered the advance of prices of meat all along the line The ocWpus evidently intends that the public pay the costs of all legal proceedings i against it i Mnr TilE newly elected mayor of Chicago I3chidrcn No wonder ho wants the city to buy the Street railways and make travel on them freetIt requires just To cents every time ho takes his family a ride on them or until he gets pass ILANCASTER deliver sat 1 75 per bushel II D Moore bought a horse from Will Vanderpool for 130 and sold one to Chester Fitch for 125 Mrs RMCollier of Cynthian spentseveral days with her husband who is manager of Pilgrimage Distil Iler II Brown bought of Preachers IW parties a lot of hogs at 4Jc Jeff sold a horse to J 11 Smith for 115 and a cow to J C Johnson for 40 William Elmore sold to J M Cress two heifers at 3Jc Alleternns arc urged to be present at an important meeting of Camp M D Logan which will be held at theil sonic Lodge rooms next county court 24th Important busineSs will be attended to The Ladies Aid Society of the Chris lion church will have a flower sale In he near future All members of the Ladies Aid Society of the Christian are urged to be present at the meeting with Mrs Higginbotham nej Saturday afternoon The C W B M Auxiliary will observe the week of prayer which will begin Sunday with a sermon on Consecration by Elder Tinder and continu the week meeting in the homes of the members The conclusiv service will be held in the Christian hunch Sunday 23rd in which the children will take part Capt T A Etkm left Moiity for t few days visit in Louisville Mr J I Hamilton continues ill Rev Charle teid and family have returned to their home at Middlesboro Miss Cobb hnsl eturned to her home in Danville after a short visit to Miss Norma Elmore Misses Kate and Lillian Kinnaird are isiting Miss Sadie Cecil in Danville frs J B Kinnaird and son William have returned from a visit in Louisville r1 M Acton has been suffering from rheumatism for several days is better Mrs Ellen Owsley Poor has eturned from Danville HUSTONVILLE Improvements continue at Olympia prings Rural route No1 from her passes the springs- C L Holmes of Louisville spent Sunday at the Hotel Weatherford lie knows a good thing The price of wool here has advances to 28c W G Cowan bought sat pair ofI nice young mules for 250 S D Yowell is opening the most extensive line of China glass and queens ware ever kept in our city Friends here of Ed F Owens of Washington City are glad to know that he is recovering fron his late illness James P Frye is somewhat improved Hawk Bishop is back from Louisville Medical College with his sheepskin No company in America has a better reputation as highclass entertainers than the Ideal Co which plays here on Friday night Popular prices Dont miss it- Prof Eubank is now editorinchief of the Kentucky Educational Journal at Lexington We are gladtostate that his work will not necessitate his leaving istonville D C Allen is buying another car hogs for the Cincinnati market ofI has shipped one car every week year and the habit seems to be on him He buys wool too The Very Best Remedy For Bow 01 TroublesNo Family Can Afford To Be Without It cOliC1Cholera edltorof the Despatch Oc1l1a Georgia tI make this statement after having used the medicine in my family forsov eral years I am never without ft- No family can afford to be without a bottle of this remedy in tho house It Is certain to he needed sooner or luter- Por sale by Lyne Bros Crab Orchard a Mrs Lucinda Parr of East St Louis attempted suicide by pouring coal oil over her clothing and setting fire to her garments Her life was saved by her he had been ejected from his boardinghouse at Luzerne a Philadel phia suburb Andrew Bygosh a Hun garian blew up the place with dynamite These postmasters have been appoint ed for Kentucky Coalport Knox coun ty William H Green Weed Adair county C W Sparks Jr In an attempt to part two friends who were quarreling Angelo Gentilo was stabbed to death at Mayanunk a subr urb of Philadelphia- f The trial of James Hargis is pro grossing slowly at Lexington Much juryIdecided that Mrs Catharine Danx must hang for the murder of her husband ttv IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Circuit ourtbeg n at Danville yes tenlayiMoses Masters aged GIis lead at Nicholasville The census bureau gives Lexington n population of 28369 Eli Warren of Pulaski was given three years for breaking into a store at University defeated Ken tucky University to3 at base ball SaturdayMiss Bright was elected Queen of the May Carnival of Central UniversityJoe a Q C conductor had one leg cut oil and the other broken in fi wreck at Pine Knot Ills home is at omcrset Mrs W P Givens of Lincoln coun ty bought the Barbce property on Fourth Street Price private Dan ville News These postmasters for Kentucky have been appointed Brocade Wayne county Albert J Denny Narvel Clinton county Polly A Jones There were a number of cattle on the Danville market yesterday and considerable demand for them The horse and mule markets were active Jeff Got was shot at seven times and instantly killed a fight in a restaurant at Pittaburg a mining station twd miles from London Two other men were wounded Probably the largest number of horses ever shown at the annual exhibition WhiCh is a feature of the April court lay were exhibited on Broadway to lay Advocate Ilnsrynurrolls ens tatted by T F GROSS Irvnrliwvllle Ky frII uW e t4 lIu trator of horn niul horn1 doctor Sniln fnctlou KimriiiiU t A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORDLENTUCKY Office over McKobcrts Drug Store in the Owsley Building R A JONES Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office in Myers House Parlor Pnone No 1 INSURANCEI Fire VInd Mtonu llfe all ArrtdHiit None hut tint nrlt HKHT CompnnlfH ItipnKutdl IArwe1IIo1ullilc lUitr M 1111 onl Tjilk with IlvTAHONV Stanford Kentucky 11ldence Ihou Su Pruitt Brothers We will how our frlimlun ICIIII lino of CnriKU Mnttlnitv Hug Uici lurtnln nn Ior tbh wok Mro horse 1rull hno rxcfllriitiiRKrtiiclitof the most ntyl lull inlllliHTy now on hanil PRI ITT BROS Mon Innil Ky DIGNITY DAREN- o 1032 Vol5 A 8 11 U Mahogony bay back points white bandon left hind loot 5 year old IS 3K bight weigh 1200 pounds strong flat bone ieavy mane and tall back wltb lung craney topering neck well set In high taunted shoulder a addle hone head and en on him a model under halter alwnr wean blue string In model rings wondorfu style In harness a show horse sure Wlier one tear old wore all honors In his clan wherever shown also the bluo tie In sweep- stake harness rings at tame age When a ltesr old he wamhown 14 time and wore q blue string has never been defeated In rangy harness rlogll has always been tin rector In gtalllon take fag as a breeder when shown with thrcopr more of his get or size style and general conformation and for all purposes a saddle horse wIth five distinct gaits test lIne acting rocker good In two walks and a nice loper very positive In Iris trot under saddle and In harness great all around action as Is rehired for an uptodate sire of hfgh prIced sale for or Is u lure enough harness horse graceful 1tllIb and fat can show In 18J seconds a 228 lIaltwlth but little handling did this ant fall one year after ervlns 01 marl- In the He possessed of wonderlu lerye and speed enough to a trotter for rack use or gentlemen roadsters large landsome stylish heavy strung enough to get carriage horses with a kindly dlspo Itlon for all of a family horse lie II the horse to lire parkers stylish grace ul lubstanco and It been given up by horsemen that he le one of the mOlt uniform breeder In Kentucky Ho his colts after himself hi novel sired a sorrel colt The most profitable horse for he farmer and small breeder to produce Is the horse which serve the widest range of mrposes well Ills cots are show colt t of tbe very highest type blue string winners from the oldest to the youngest Emousasired by Chester Dare 10 N 8 II It he by Black 68 he by Hack Eagle 74 he by King William 67 he iy Washington Denmark 84 be by Oalnes Denmark 81 he by racehorse Denmark V Lheby Imp lledgeford Dignity first lam Llilemont bv Welchmodt No 8107 A T U It he by William Welch ads he by tyvdlcki Hambletonlan 10 Dignitys second dam Is by Abdtllnh dam iy Oills Vermont 4th dam Thoroughbred VelchmontH first dam IVulIno by Almont forest 2663 TERMS Dignity Dare will make the sea on of 1003 at my stable In Uuitonvllle Ky tt 125 to Insure a living colt when foaled Mares traded or removed forfeit Insurance and money becomes due and must be paid lit time of such transaction Mares grazed at 120 r month and bills to be aldbe ore removal of mares Grain fed If desired at reasonable rates Mare entrusted to me will receive my personal atientlon but I will not be responsible for accIdents or N epee Phone In at Dustonvllle Ky D 8 CARPENTER 4A sT yty JAW 11tllAli w If I Mens Furnishings oj ++ t ++ IIII + +1++++ f Are It very special i ortof biirbutiuagsnmt nro carefully watch ed in every dotnil1bo Fountain Slllrtn low fitting collar r lull body long skirt and ovary length pl covo from Ill la 1- f t Itches in all tho now colors in Negligee Style Separate Culls for Guild attached Price GOo SI 81 CO ainlSlIj ires M to 1 JO Wo are the only people in Stanford who sell thouHnr ri Suspender niul felts Uiujucftionably tho best Suspender ill the world Thats u big speech but it is TRUE Try them t and you will to convinced A now lot received yesterday of Brustein it lUces Neckwear nod they are beauties In StrfugerMiilmnds Win rs Apcote suds llrcs Bow e Collars Culft Handkerchief Sweaters Mens Half Hoee lids nnd Chi drcns Hoso in Black and Tan Men d Underwear 25c 50o and 81 per garment Najneook Undershirt Elastic Senor Drnw cre t J w UU + + + U 111111 tI H II I U t w anunnnanunu un na + a Yi nn nr H J MROBERTS STANFORDo PARCWS HAIR BALSAM Cinnwt nil twtntlfet bitiTnmuUt t lal pvitt ana tt IhvnHitf FOR SALE McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS I offer for sale my nit and residence In McKinrer Ky Mill has Hour capacity of barrels and meal ICO bushels per Still Is well equipped with modern machin err In good repair IU itonge capacity of 50CO bushel of wheat also large corn Was tad crIbs Wagon stales operated from lortle coal lain and leo house All under largest wbeat and corn grower In Lincoln county large territory furnishing custom grinding The feed and coal business In connection with mill pays well No trouble to market all product frou mill ltal deuce Is a two atory1 room frame with cistern on back porch Milk house at back door cemented all comparatively new Large barn in mill lot On account of mr tang eyesight and health generally my have advUed me toquit the milling business For further particular call on or address Dr Kdw Al corn lluitonvllle Ky or W II UeKlnney KyJ McKINNKY McKinney Ky Dt 5110FS but I willserve j underyou R7I 11111III LEAD siloplet tountflrysue i ve You walk bllth- UUlselihoel 4t6t in them feet oonrolthm thy don t control your feet- fhey urla under you I The patent URFIT holds your shoes and fee together so that the weigh- of your body does not shift around and twist your shoes out of shape ocan are the only shoes good enough to carry the URFIT Made of genuine call fir kid or genutn patent with solid heel 4Russianahlde okUnned solos Sold IIH J McROBERTS t 01 A w I Cant 4 Be Touched for painting louses The reasons plain Mastic is the purest therefore tile most durable nUll econom teal there la n whole string of 11othcrf fellow i latin ing ojust as good na Mastic but they dont prove it Maybe they cant The tmalyhia of Mastic U pub liaised Its mmlo of pure lead zinc nUll linseed oiltho most durable kiwi of point aud its purity Is UiurofonTxtnquusUonexl As purity means durability tha splendid wear ing qtinlitjcH of Mastic have given It tho title of- Tlld hind TIme JMsta tJ and this tltlo Is backed iup by our absolute guarantee Mastic Is made by PEASLEE GAULBERT COIncLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY laid we heartily recommend it to your trade FOR SALE BY PENNYS DRUG STORE I SPECIAL SALE FOR County Court Day Week lie ifniiug on touchy next we will begin It site that willtnrtlo the nil 4 tines sal price and values We have too goitls sodmust unlolul them and prices will he no consideration They must go it it is necessary to give them away Looksat UICPO prices Mens Black Worsted and Cheviot Out Coats USc Mens Sunday and Working Punts at I He Childrens Casituoro Suits at Too upChildrens Pants ICc up Mens and Boys Hats Ific up 7 Boys Cups ic up Mens nod Boys Shoes USe up Ladies and Misses Shoes at 75c up glens Sunday Shirts with or with out collars 2kS- llepemlers for Boys and Men at Co tip Stanford L Heavy Drown Cotton IJc up 1 Calicoes Uc up- Lndics and Misses Skirts 08c up Nice Childrens Stockings lie up 1 Mens Socks Sc up tlJl1hGarden Seed nil kind two packages fur 5c Black and White Thread 200 yards two spools for Ladies Dells 9c licJfLeftll Pencils 5c ProptSTANFORD KENTUCKY a- sA l Thing Of Beauty Is A Joy forever Esnccially if it is a beautiful Bath Room Dont fail to see my sample bath room ill window A complete outfit I have two complete outfits to select from different stylo l tubs closets and lavotory See My white enamel Sink with back and hard wood drain board It is a beauty at tS H ALDRIDCE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky Jt 1 rIi I r f Challies 1 Vo Imvo a nice Tango of colors ut rat Just tlTo thing foi kiinotins wrap pare and dresses Lawns and Batistes A big lino of pretty colors and patterns in both tho neat ami elaborate detigno 10o per yar- dPlain and Mercer Stripe Lawns rho mercerized effect adds greatly to the beauty of these goods ISA and lOc per yard Organdies I Organdies arc tho right thing for this Summer and tho 25c grade is beau tiful at 10c We Shaw all colors in Silk Organdie SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY II I 110oTiIollll JUSTICE to yourselfand to phy aician demands tho materials an most careful service In preparing his prescriptions That Is pre arc filled at Pennys Drub Store PERSONALS was down tromI Lmirul SaturdayyMil W C OIIIKNINO of Lexington was here Saturday- M K WHSON of Caseywas a call er at this office Saturday MR CEO C GIVENS is over Iron Paris looking after his farm Miss ItrasiK HlCllAitDS of Danville was with Miss Ophelia lackey Mu JOHN W UA8T1N of Iltuburc was a passenger on No 23 yesterday MR A D PAKHONB and wife of Scott county arc hero with relatives JOHN JONKS son of Chief of Polio II G Jones is In Knoxvlllc InHcnrcb of Ll aw o v qr rn oCiyrt Mil J1k JAKVIS and family spent several lays with friends in Marion S county MR J A STONI and wife of Gar rand were hero Saturday returning from 1 Liberty GKOKRK D FIIRHNCR punt several with friontb at Cioorjjotmvn andII LexingtonIKoujR GUTiiuu agent of tho L N at Rowland for tho pno cntjI TUB Current Events Club will meet with Mw J L Iloaxloy Wtdnosday af ternoon at 2 oclock MRS JOHN W UASTIN of Pittsbiirg is visiting her mother Mrs Napier in the olnywoOOllection Ilnv AND Mlle 0 M lion returned Saturday from a yteltj to relatives in a and Harrison counties lJBoone como from Springfield Teat 4thatMrs W J Dozier who was Mist Jennie Pence of this place k very ill Miss EltZAlirrrit llAWKtN of Cor Wn who has Ixian tho guest of Mfa t Mary Me Robert returned homo yes IexlngtonJMHfimia Johnson of Waynosburg wcro callers f Friday Tho latter gave us a big enter for printing 1 Missus ANWB THOMPSON and etUoI lonnln ton have boon employed to at this plnceI Chadwioks stay In Signalra number of friends him return to his MR E L WOODS of Garrard was hero Friday returning from Texas where ho had been to see his wife wlfO is there in search of health MESSRS W M MYKIIS and G A Hughes of tho West End were hero Saturday returning from Whitley coun ty where they had been taking up a lot of lumber uu LOCALS tOltUBNT Storeroom at Rowland y Cull on or address Mrs Mattio V I Kirby Stanford 2t t WE can paint your old buggy and make it look as good as new very cheap W J Romans ancostcr Hoosirit Corn PlantCMre Cutting liar Riding Cultiva rows Drag Harrows tors for sale by Ep Pence Co BRYAN Hon William JcnnlngH Bry r an the great Commoner will pass thro Stanford tomorrow lie lectures at Williamsburg tonight and Somerset to morrow night YOUR attention is lUchnrilBibb t advertisement of Mr The salo will take place at his farm bo twccn Turncrsville and McKinney next Saturday April 22 PARTIES having bored wells on oblige Prof J L premises will greatly Boslcy by notifying him Ho has a special purpose in wanting to ascertain the number in tho county HOCKER Mr Joseph rltockcr f father of Mrs W 0 Speed died hero this morning aged about 65 Ills homo at Pittsburg but ho came here was for treatment of some two months ago complication of troubles Ho Is sur a vlved by a wife and several children 4The burial will occur hero at 10 oclock extended notice tomorrow A moro t t Mr Hocker will appear n xtLasueI I SOMETHING entirely new in Lap Dun lera at J C McCIarys See It CARIBTS mattings oil cloths cur thins shades rugs Severance Son LCT us put on your rubber tires We have the best rhmlc W J Romans Lancaster Loon out for manage high lifetannouncement has not been madeJ but the date draws as near as rnFOR RENTFiv room cottage onJ Logan Avenue just vacated by E Kennedy and family Mrs Nancy Stone Stanford fiAweek Owner can get her by paying for her keep and this notice J V McKenzie Maywood is WB have hall snow and all sorts otf winter weather since last issue and fern arc entertained that fruit is killed or ftOlviJnJOagjJj nysCTy Tim Young Ladies Mission Circle will give an open session at the Christian church next Sunday night at 780 Members all other churches are cor dially invited Tau Citizens Dank fItrodhend booI an advertisement with us this is lIuolt is n good Institution and is mlk11 Ing n wonderful start It has boon run nlng only about three months and has a deposit of 35000 a TUB Lilliputian Wedding to bo given under the auspices of the Young Ladies Missionary Society of tho Presbyterian church will occur on May Cth Tho roles all being taken by youngsters insures a a pleasing entertainment Tilt INTKRIOR JOUltSAI has blossom cd out in n new dross and is 01 pretty as n peach As we loomed to read tromI the I J and havo n deep bye for the Walton boys our delight at the paI K3rn prosperity Immunsuniblo LanI meter Record CIIRISMAN Andrew Chrteman of Moroland but formerly of Waynocoun ty died a few days since after a linger ing IIInoH Mr Chrfainan was nearly 70 yours old and wan one of Lincoln countys bust mUll Two sons both of Hedgevillc survive him OUR 5 and lOc department steadily climlts upwanl We firmly balievf that no retail Innovation ever introduced in Stanford hay met with such pronounced success New goods aro being added to this department dally no matter when you come youll see some useful articles that you never hoard of before John P Jones ANNIVERSARY CrnrIIItATIo Crab Orchard Lodge No lOS I O 0 F will celebrate tho BCth anniversary of tho order in tho United States April 26 VII sister lodges aro invited to partici pate and nil Odd Follows aro expected alto The public is invited to attend the services which begin at 2 r at tho Baptist church An interesting program will bopresonied A COMMERCIAL Cum has been organ- Ized at Junction City for the purpose of advancing the best interests of tho town and offering Inducements for en terprises to locate there M D Hans dell cashier of the First State hank was nude president and James Shelby of tho firm of It H West Co secreta ry and treasurer The organization was named tho Junction City Commercial Club TUB Central Kentucky Medical As sociation will meet hero Thursday next 20th Following is tho program of tho day Dr J B Klnnaird Lan caster Diseases and Injuries of the Tibia Dr JG Carpenter Stanford Early Diagnosis Minimum of Taxis Dr Henry Pitman Parksvllle Pathol ogy Complications and Treatment of Inflammatory Rheumatism Dr Thos Price Harrodsburg Pathology and Treatment of Fracture of tho Patella- r TilE J man attended court at booming town of Somerset yesterday and found business of all kinds on the look up The crowd was small howev er and stock trading was trot as brisk as It might have been Over 600 houses have been built In this rowing city during the last two years and yet there is not a vacant house nor storeroom Tho Q C was paying out between 40000 and 50000 to its hundreds of employes and naturally the railroad people were feeling good The enlarger ment of the company shops there is ai certainty r u r e Wash Goods Iwtub We have been talking ilkn and Mohairs so much that we have slighted our very excellent showing of Spring Wash Goods11ro have bought n range of color in all the desirable fabrics Our hooted torn being about six months long it affords ample time to get the goodof a wash dress The prices are reasonable and with the assistance of a McCall Pattern you can own several cheap WB have accordion pleating done Severance Son EASTER display of millinery Friday 21st Misses Vandeveer 2t I WILL send off laundry on Tuesdayst Instead of Wednesdays hereafter Ed Wilkinson LOST a redboar shoat white Liberal reward for his return Cook Stanford WANTED 300 old buggies surrics phaetons to paint and repair W Romans Lancaster I HAVE accepted the agency for a monument house and will be glad to with those thinking about buying tombstone or monument J C Mc Clary TUB Stanford Water Light Ice CoI now prepared to deliver ice in any quantities within city limits Those wanting ice in morning please notify us the afternoon previous Phone 11 B F J 1trnM w M4t IT Is straw e whatsilly things boys will do We believe firmly that the youngsters who painted a lot o rill foolishness on the windows steps and arch of Mrs Mary E Welchs res dlll1 o Friday night did it as a joke hut Ij was currying things entirely too far they may yet deeply regret their indiscretion Mrs Welchs handsom house has been defaced and naturally she does not feel good pboutlt She is citizen of the town and is justly entitled to all the protectionthattho town authorities can give hor and her property Being a widow she should receive even more than ordinary protection and certainly she is entitled to the respect of oven the pranky youths who sought to worry her Alone at her home the fright given Mrs Welch theseyoung marauders might have driven her insane caused her great trouble and then the Perpetrators would have repented leisure what they did hastily It was bad move on the boys part and they should be severely punished but being of a forgiving nature we suggest that they be permitted to go this time on the promise that there will be no repe tltion of the sin If a second offense is committed the most condign punish mont should and doubtless will be in flicted Death Is I1lwns sad but especially is it so when it comes to a young wife and mother who had fco much to live for as did Mrs Harry C Baughman whose soul took its flight to the mansions above at 1130 Thursday night n mention of which appeared in our last issue The illness of this splendid woman begun some three weeks ago and little did those who are now crushed by her death think it would prove fatal but death loves a shining mark and lie needed her in His heavenly Homo and called her hence Con scious up to almost the very last Mrs Baughman made a noble fight against the grim reaper frequently saying I must not die and leave my husband and children How thoughtful even in the very face of death was this devoted wife and tender mother May the rich reward she now receives assuage the grief of those who so reluctantly gave her up Mrs Baughman who was Miss Georgia Dames Wray was bornI April 28 1S73 and is survived by a band and two little sons Earl and James aged five and two respectively Her mother Mrs Mary Wray is also left to mourn the loss of a loving duti ful daughter while the sisters and brother who share deeply in tho loss are Mrs L M Bruce Miss Nettfe Wray and Mr Homer C Wray When only 14 Mrs Baughman united with the Presbyterian church and had sincebecn an active member Funeral services were held at her late homo near Hus tonville by Rev G W Mills Saturday afternoon after which the remains were brought hero and laid away in Buffalo cemetery Several of her fa vorite songs were beautifully and feel carpen11ebert Glass acd Mr W H Wearen Rev Mass offered an appropriate prayer then the snow white casket which all that was mortal of tho Godly young woman was hidden from view forever An immense crowd attended thefuner al services and flowers in profusion showed to tome extent how she was loved and esteemed Mayllewhotem per the wind to the shorn lamb make provision for the mdthcrless little boys and comfort the husband mother sis ers and brother in their dark hour of sorrow J 1it If TilE wind of a week ago blew down a large tobacco barn on Mr S Porter Staggs farm in Fayette r You are cordially invited to attend prayer services of the Stanford aux to the C W B AL on the afternoons of April 20 21 and 22 Miss Ophelia Lackey secretary No teas received the reported fight between Russian and North of the Natuna Islands on April 12 Nearly 1000 delegates are attending the Leagues convention Antltuberculoslsj The steamship Manchuria from Francisco for the Orient carried SanI 000 tons of freight for Japan Fifteen shares of Boyle Bank stock sold at Danville yesterday at 15160 to 16230 The Japanese have captured a large number of off the coast of Coch inChinaMrs halt aged 71 is dead at Danville SHERFFS SALE Lincoln Circuit The is xliiKton llrewlnp A Co defendant Courtfvlrtiw of mi order rounty iourt In the alaer underiilKiied will nt hlKheot mid ltl bidder on 4tTtItnAYIRhtrIlyd- It or nlKiut Jocjock r nt the Midway Sa lulu on lat 11t In Stir town of bttm fonl Ky the following dcMTltml IIIIILItowlt A romplMt wt of Miloon fixture lthvM lUtttrra will to u mart IrhIaltefrgnttlutubnnduto kogook conolntlim o and mult oiu rnili ndlttcr uUmt Ux of Clgars on Colcn Hot ltlii t stovf lot of empty bill MIo juglottlcsnndglueo Mwnil bile tlfiil mined pfrturrdour tills ltIII1IIOIlltlclt will offer for Mile the et of llxtunn n n whole nod will then offer for itle the ktorlc of tXKU III Mlxiriite imriiln nrconlliiK to the kind and brand of mine otTerlnit eneh lininil w luirutily iiixl then I will otter the IIIIIIIII flxtnrritnK whole lilt will nc rcpt till hluliist nIIt bid innde for tilt IOCllb1l1ll1 nxllno TuMsi will ell Mime on n vritllt of one month mid will of the piirclniMT 1I111IOIIIIIItblIlIllSIito fore and r11et of IIIIIII l pooteil thin h if 0 AIIII tot MK ntlhatIAN41CIy Antecarlo 22612 Mnde over YerMilllen track In winning nice 1100114 IS Hint ohl for twin lit pulillc MII First llHllotornt ton of Imnbrfnotntehrn TheM l The Aliot SH ll clntlnidotltrottfng f Mlui of tin world 2nd dent h ndeine son 01 Jnckson Iii o ndcnc s diini hy IImllIIlnwUnftU 101111lIl rliiiinplontroltlni out lion of two loll erala lire rrIxiutUle for the fiutei g dung twoiu t rrooMSiin rfkiMintllilv for the fiiHteitt ntnlllon Then you fw he In Nt trr hreil thun eltheruf them for lie hits the lilcWvl of lath Antvoirlo u Milld brown wtliihlnis 1li- ixnuulsflueshIandnetlon Will itiiiul at ill to IllHire n IlvliiK colt Will also ktnnd the onng1nck ABRAM 3RD nt I to Inmirv n wn tlrtfil Ito Alirum iml nml he hy an lniiorted jack Aliriiuilnrii by VclnvliniU Slid sum Uv Imp iulerxua3rd dam b Moreniio Mnminoth Ileli ittnlned tot colts for ore noil money Auras traded or bad to other hors forfeits Innurunco tad niiikon 011011 money tine will stand nt my fnrni on Somerset pike four iiillen Irvin Mnnford llIn s cnis month Curt tnken to pnveal- uccltinlte hilt not reMKinslble thoiild nny occur WIMIAM MKIKIIiM Htiinfunl Ky Commissioners Sale I Ilncojn Circuit Court Klrnt Ks riiilntirr vo1iiItulucyrtnlUrrntluuir Snllcl n We- tIlirsunnt to n liidtiment of the Lincoln circuit court n niUritl In the nUive Ktyh d action nt the Mnrch term loci the under ol xi luster Commissioner of said court will on- M ON A YMAY SI1M11 hout t f Ill trout of tlin court hvuM IInolIIII4II1I1Onl Ky Kellnt uhllc outcry to Ill hlKliiist llilt Kfct bidder the followliiK dcMTlUd renl e tnte oil uatil III Lincoln county 6r otntlie wntem of lluwkln llriiiuli iHUindetl on the North Inv the lands of J K limn on the south by tit lands x I4nm on the Knbt by till hinds of IIlglrllllltldrecILWittallit theVestHurry Irv the laude of land U dcserllHil by ineten nml oundn follows llenlnnlnit nt tone on old corner on West and In line of leoIds T McltotortsInudthuC H7 li WWioir M link on lotek of rprini honor thenm4KiEt12tauNcrotoingwdti- hru to n Hvcnmore croxsliiK wild brunch to n liimluK elmtales c of rnld brunch HUlSWoiS Inudithtnletaha S it lntkOIlIlIl thence with Jackson linn N 111 W M il links tonMone corner to- ieorneT tllohIlnll thence his llneN IY W ltlHileK 5 link to tho iNRlnnlnu and contnlnliiK Ti arms two roods and at of linul Also nnotliir tract called tact No Ivtjlnnlniriitu Ftnke In llopier N l lles to n stnko 1- 1Norga7SICIttIrtolluethcntrldsllnu 77 t MSh injMili toitiikthxcn14tntxdt to the jahwl11iiio AUuiiiiother tract IsglIIillutSIg of tmot Noxtlnnce Inllhl W with Iloppirs line 1iIIh IMInk r a llni H2itl4 IheHlnllhi InksIllIlto of tract No to thence with lint of Mime 10110 the iHulnnlnp to lie mu front thin cnle I- Norcint1wrnimuinlfronilIce l1101iintl- lpnldnu1 ii tint cost r Tho oil n credit of nml montlm Tho pttrchnso prlco tho to lit wt- lIntlulrni In to ulvo load for the purclmx ronul security LonrllinwterVilt s GEO D SAUFLEY I e J r- rr 1 4 o White LinensroVery Serviceable and Wiulmblo nnd will bo most teed of any wash fabric this season We have Jti inch Linen nt U5c 35c nnd SOc 16 iuch linenaill 05c nnd The 104 linens nt 81 8110 and 81oO Soisetts Looks like silk and retains its Meter after washing Price 25c nil colors GinghamsIWe show nil the colors anti styles in the celebrated A F C Gingham 10 ceatll per ynrd Serpentine CrepeFIn all the new shades nnd black nt 12c per yard Jinny other lines of wnsh goods not mentioned here u i Custom Tailoring Suits i I To Measurer hail Every Suit we put out bears evidence of superior wormanship and possesses the most ap proved style it We Give the Best Material and Guarantee Every Suit I to Fit Perfectly it Five Hundred Samples to Select it From See our Samples for the Next Suit You Expect to Have it Made to Measure it v it CUririlNSMCLARY l Stanford Kentucky W B McRoberts ISTANFORD Sells Kurfccs Heady Mixed Paints Every gallon Guaranteed There is none better New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lead and Linseed OilAlso A Tested sod Sure Bed Bug Destroyer I Stockmon Notice I will stand at toy place In Stanford fine Registered Imp Poland China boar Lincoln Chief uttl Ready forserTlee WO Walker PUBLIC SALE I I will sill nt public outcry nt my place lio twoen Turiiemvllle nod McKinney on rHTUItIlYlItIl 2i1tst5- Th followlnc proM rty Half Interest In 101111 double A horror ilUc harrow Iluulll plow dnglcIdoubfeshovul1gnrdoll plow cut tint lax tIUI ke- tt12 wash kcttlii household and kitchen furniture I rocknway I bucklo ire I buggy finally hors brood mire heavy In foal to HI Harris1 RUIg barrels Jersey row lilrgr brood ow I or corn sot of wnuon liiiriiemi pcxxl two liiiriieiu ono No r sets of bug gy horso iMiorc wagon Terms mad till of sick Hale will Ixnln nt 10 1ItluriiAiiommi TurnuriivHlo elteeXT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in ITnriiessSaddlcry e STANFORD KENTUCKY v hJ I I INABOTM JR NnlHilli JIIII henutlful dark lIh henvy lunar nod trill with pant tame plentytof style nod lull iii and llnr extreme high nc tlonnnd If worked 110111 NiilKithhUnlre 1111 owrltthxuds high wclithx IK3 aundsnodonly IIPlIllollllhlliMny Ho IsIII tho wtn knnwnNillotiiw11o waHidred by WnUlnnham Hire of Ijitltudo WnlIIIIhllllleagerUunlrKlnlne 831 the diini of Norlnltie yenrllliK byMougcrilrd sum n tliorouuhlirtil He will mnkotho tllllonllllitcolt Money duu when colt In foaled or iiiuru parted with Mure traded orrcnioved from forfeits the Inmininco nod the money la due Ilen retained on colt Mention U Nlidsharseinntofor hluhclnxK hnrneiia liornvN S o Ism IN foroyou breed J IL IIIJl Untlertnkers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Furniture i InttingRug8 They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give TJiemaCali Prices Plight STANFORD KENTUCKY I t i t i 1The Interior JournalEnk- redfnthePoahOflceat Swlford ucond clan matkrr- UIILIMHED TUEHUAYS AND rUIDAI M 100 PER YEAR CASH IY When not so paid tJOO will be charged NOTICE You should see us before you let out your house carriage and root painting Parer hanglagIIMclalty We hue paper from three leadlagbousuoftheworlda- Dd can sell wall paper apIpllcatlol BEECHERIhe season of ai 161Toa MnsllorlaccldentstBeecher Is a an points sled bV Joe Blackburn and he by beco Irincs and he by Imported Prince from Spiln First dam OrUna Taylor Second Jam Naomi tithe dam the Iknnelt JenneA II TIGAtl Crab Orchard Ky 4ere J H IOONE t CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBL Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable hate Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers OMi BD CARTER Successor to Bruce Jt Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage U solicited Horses on commission r Stock Pena In Connection TAar I Traylort DIALCR 1S WHlsk pranflu Wines Bee Gloars Etc KYOrosPrompt and pollts attention Nothing but the tito dunk Mall pbon cr ulsgraph orders reedy eromptattentWa Give Me Your Order I Can Please You j Why buy ready made clothing when there is so little diflereheo In the price of high grade ready made suits and a suit made to lout measure taken by an experienced tailor I have a handsome IIJultmake un myself for those who prefer ItjH C RUPLEY the Valuable Property For Sale 1 LandsTen acres of twostory want 7 roomcottage The house ts new A splen did garden orchard There Is a large mill on the a good crusher and the dam is In good repair and the natural pow er Is economy In running the Dora a splendid huskies Everything Is In jooa repair has all necessary Ings The owners only reason for selling 5j the rush of other business as he has ex tensive farming interests to look after t Thus property U on the Hanging Fork about I I miles from Stanford and can be bought at a bargain Fur further particulars ad dress O Thurmond Lytle or L It Hughes Stanford Ky POSTED Wo whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting nsblug or any kind of tree passing on our places and will prosecute Tlolators to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Kelchenbach lircs Fred VonGruenlgan Albert VonOruenlgan Fred VonAllman Fred Baumann Alfred Simpson George Holmes Miss Mettle II Hewes E Kelchenbach Charles Cummins Jos Halloa A 0 Dunn S M Holmes W E Amon W It Daugherty U J Hoffman M D Flmore Peter W garter J Nevln Carter J E Bruce W F Bhomtker Thomas Ferrllt Green Ferrlll F J Conn John B Oamenlsch Sam Trowbridge A U Root Charles Ensslln Mrs Frank Cordlor Iws6laa-NUMBER ONE lt Veterinary 0 tI I Liniment IA universal embrocation for atlee lion of tbeikln and Joints of HORSES AND usclnIIe Valuable for iiiralni neif ringbone Mpi lns founder ttorenesi of of joint wind gain bites external poison cracks cod other dl before using Always In eaaeoIlaand cleanse them with s pour on the Into them or over the sore as I atllffUlntathoroughly a Ifected three time a day for cracked haela ringbone poll evil etc tbo genoral directions are to ap ply the Llnlment freely twice dally SOc and fI bottles for sale by I DR Pharmacist W N CRAIG STANFORD KY JL U FOR SALE I Eltht hundred acres of all nelann uyouwlII find In Central Kentucky with twenty thouunl JolUrV worth of brick buntings on itnJ running water on free hike arose to this only f to an acre- WHBUKLLEY floating Green Ky UMBRELLAS Recovered and repaired and made almost as good as new for a amount I can fix your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for less money Give me a FRANK ATKIM Stanford For Rent or Lease A splendlc large dry goods storeroom and a largo warehouse attached recently by Levy firm Stanford Ky Ap ply for particular to J B Owsley or to The County National Dank J B OWSLEY Stanford Ky For Sale Privately house and 10 acres of land situated just outside of town limits on the Somerset pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and ser vants room good collar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant lathe and one for J P BAILEY Nice Home For Sale I Having decided to return to Somerset I otter for sale privately mv home on East Main Street In the residence Is a sixroom cottage brand new bath room and all conveniences The lot contains about IS acres of land and tho home is a most delightful one For further particulars call on or write me at Somerset J B peck or Vm Deck at Stanford B D Peyton DEALER IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford PEYTON My rasa Jack ISyton elxyrnre old will initkf prrrlit svsnlof 11 Vtitt my Mnlilr IhlnlIIInlfliCk Hlnck Hawk two ycursoid t high lli will MTV u llmlt il nuinlHT of mama nt W to Irmirf it living roll Monry due win n writ fouled or umrv trmliilor piirtttl with Jtot rtsixntslblc for urrldents or f niHsn D limit Mortlnml Ky A RESTORATIVE CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY TIle annd admit mea mental n no ro men mWionOerR Dd tInaohoaTonlaldlnlopmenlndmakeluonhllIDjl NrriiLlront PrilrUn SI and trouUidu AuaIFOR SALE AT TSSSTCS DRUG STORE PROSPECT 2087 DESCRIPTION Foaled April 28 1900 16 bands 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 1982 he by Chester Dare he by Black Squirrel he by Black Eagle he by King William Dignity Dares tat dam Lizzie Mont by Welchmont he by William Welch he by Rysdicka Hambletonian Prospects 1St dam Dora Deane 2740 bv On Time ne by Stonewall Jackson Sr 2nd dam by Joe Abdallah he by Abdallah Glencoe 3rd dam by Funks Sumpter Denmark 4th dam by Black Hawk MQrgan 5th dam by Ol iver he by Wagner 6th dam by Imp Messenger Will serve a limited number of mares the present season at 815 to in sure a live colt Money due when colt is foaled or mare traded or parted with Mares grazed at 62 per month all bills paid before removal of mates not respon sible for accidents or escapes Three miles from Shelby City on the Hustonville S Danville pike CARPENTER SANDIDGE J K BAUGHMANS NABOTH By Nabotb bay threeyearsold and a much finer horse than Ills slreso well known In this part of the State as a breeder of speed style and durability iJam Nora Nor ml 2lO a son of Electioneer ISS Nora NorTHls first dam by Metropoll tan son df Hambletonian 10 sire of George Wilkes and Electioneer 2d dam by Mambrl no Starlight 3rd dam by Oliver 4th dam by Wagner 5tb dam by Imp Tranbvi 6tb dam iy Thorntons Rattler A splendid Individ lal with a pedigree as line all any horses HUMMER JR Hay stallion f5f bands a good Individual with abundant speed Be Is by Hummer 0112 lire of Bouncer 200 Stately 3ll1X Rpal peen SitSK Quickly 2iUX Mountaineer 154 Speedon 2lIUf151n 230 Hummer 1112 Ia a son of the renowned Electioneer md save one Is the son Electioneer tvlngthat Isout of a George Wllketi mare sod with the exception of Arlon It the only my standing that has a 2100 erformer to his credit Hummer Jrr dam sulma by the great Lord Russell dam odlvu by Auditor 7- 73HAPSBURG 509 Great coach stallion 101 hands high by Imp Glosturand out of a mare by Wonder ml Hoy Anyone a high bred oech borne to on standard brea mares for getting style speed and action should leo tills hon- eJESSE ALVERSON Shetland Pony Vine Indlvldualgoad breed er style end action All of these horses will stand at 110 to sure a living colt NAPOLEONW- ill also stand my jack Napoleon tit 910 to Insure marts and 110 by the season from April to July for Mares grazed at 12 per month which In all cases must bo paid before they are removed Care taken to prevent accidents but not re- epondblehould any oocur Hnstonvllle Ky k t Here and There The Colorada Humane Society prevented tho President from chasing a captive bear After the hardest fought battle ever witnessed In Carlisle the city went dry by a majority of 103 Of 206 Indictments returned by the Pcndleton county grand jury 199 were against the Standard Oil Company May 16 17 and 18 nt Atlanta Ga have been decided upon as the time and place of the next meeting of tho Na tlonal Association of Manufacturers After a family quarrel Antor Sparacio an Italian who lives In Gcncsco N Yshot his wife her mother and her daughter and then shot nnd killed himself The noted case of W P Owsley Sr of Louisville vs W F Owsley Jrv or Burkesvillc over the ownership of the famous Owsley Stock Farm near Burkesville has been compromised Judge Pryor set aside tho 1800 fines entered against a Louisville game dealer for selling imported quail He says the law does not contemplate the protection of birds of other States- A hundred men are scouring the hills of Estill county for two or three burglars who blew open a safe at Wngen vllle and secured SOO One of the trio was run down by bloodhounds and is In jail at Irvine Justice Gayner of Brooklyn has sued an order requiring District At torney Jerome and Assistant Distric Attorney Rand to surrender to J Morgan Smith and wife the letters and documents belonging to them whic are in those officials hands Warrants of arrest have been Issued against T D Underwood County Attorney of Barren county and R E Combs City Attorney of Glasgow charging them with selling whisky to Nfgro dealers in a local option count and sharing tho profits for protection- Dr Daniel K Pearsons of Chicago who Saturday celebrated his 85th birth day announced that he would devote the remainder of his life io Riving away his fortune and would have no ex ecutor Ho will contribute largely the mountain schools of Kentucky Ten nessee and Virginia rho sporting editor of a Tacoma Wash newspaper has it is said succeeded in matching John L Sullivan former champion pugilist of the world rind Charley Mitchell champion boxei England for a 20 round bout Mar tOr of Quecnsbury rules the battle to accur some time in May ilFARMERS DEPARTMENT Jl1 Cress bought a lot o stock hogs last week at 4c J B Floyd sold to F J Conn his place near Highland for 200 Dogs killed 80 sheep and lambs in one night on John Roseberrys tarn near Paris Saunders Lutes Sons bought of Bruce Huffman three carloads oC slop cattle at 4c J J Smith of Brodhead is making the season with the good combined stal lion Foxhall He stands him at 6 The desired number of stockholders- in the Fair Association has been secur ed and the proposed fair for the coming summer is now a certainty Richmom and farming implements sold well at the sale of J W Glass in Gar card Milk cow sold for 57 two steer salves 1950 each three steer calves 114 each heifer calves 511 two gilts ill and 13 male hog 350 sow and pigs 1950 pair of mules were taken town at 41- 0Last Hope Vanished When leading physicians said that W M Smithnrt of Pckin la hud In curable consumption his last hope anlshed but Dr Kings New Discover for Consumption Cough and CollIs kept him out qf his grave lie sats This grout specific com iletely cured mo and saved my life SInce then I hove used it for over 10 ears and consider it a marvelous throat and lung cure Strictly selen title cure for Coughs Sore Throats or Colds sure preventive of Pneumonia luarantecd roc and 81 bottles at G L ennys Stanford and Lyno llrns1 rab Orchard Trial bottle free CHURCH MATTERS The Louisville Presbytery of theCum erland Presbyterian church is in session at Caldwell church Boyle countyt Hev U W MacMillan pastor Oak Street Presbyterian Louis vllle is in services The voted in favor of union of the two churches C E Barnes of Pleasant Grove was chosen moderator MATRIMONIAL At Somerset Claude Weddle and Miss Grace Waddle were joined heart and hand Judge Miller of Louisville in rant- Ing a divorce said that it is a mistake Cor a young couple to live with the parents eithe- rrightful Suffering Relieved Suffering frightfully from the vita lent poisons of undigested food C tJ rayson of Lula Miss took Dr Kll1grs New Life Pills with tho re 1Illt ho writes that I was cured All stomach and bowel disorders give ay to their tonic laxative properties icatGL Pennys Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard druggists aarahteed t J yL i ar Time To Dig Como nil ye men ye married men For Easter draweth nigh And it Is time for brandnew hats And you must go and buy So dig yo husbands dig For women lothto go to church When Lent hath passed away They want to look extremely nice Upon fair Easter day So dig yo husbands dig Go find n shop where hats are sold Then put your life in soak And by a hat of latest style And leave the shop dead broke So dig ye husbands dig Go put a mortgage on your life spatoour hand And by an Easter hat So dig ye husbands digIChicago Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Best and Most Popular Mothers by It for croupy chlldroi railroad mon buy It for severe cougl and elderly people buy it for In grippe say Mooro Bros Kldon Iowa sell more of Chamberlains WoI Remedy than any otho kind It to have taken the load over severn other good brands Thorn U no question but this medicine Is the tOdt that can bo procured for coughs unll colds whether it be a child or anadul that Is allllctod It always euros nDd euros quickly Sold by Lyno llros Crab Orchard McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Kentucky MiiniifHrturvraof J IIIIMJT HbiHM Illenketaid Yurii Illi u yotir wool bkcwl In PrhNllar fur work ttJI1attilt miirkvt itrlcv Hatltfartlnu mmrAHU hill or wrllv fur prhw niul lufuriimtl AiynU wnntnl BRECKINRIDGE My Mick lack will innktlir ariwoii it W lit my talilf ant IIIIN frtini rrvnrbvnvll on the IIrnIIIt HtHiifonl iilk nt fit lo IIIIUT a alit the inoiitlis old lit In n sum fid iiml n itiMxl inulf Jerk as awl Plllhl rhliroilMIIItretlfv Mnni trod id or ported with without ntl rrlrM lilrrou HH eIon forfeits the WH slut gntCPlftw marts tit IIs r immtli- My ixrsoiMilnltrtUloii 11111 l the ntwcfc hut will nut lie rtp0llslbk for rwslea or liliittit ulioukl tiny ourIi SL AMiKIIMiN rmwhenvllle Kj PRESTON 922 This premium saddle stallion of the worldwill make the season of 1903 at the stable of J C Bailey on Old Lancaster Street in Stanford Ky Preston is a brown horse 13 years old tsW hands high a perfect njodel with treat style action andlpetd Preston was sired by Washington No H he by Cromwell No 73 ist dam Hell by Roderick 2d dam by a Denmark horse Preston has shown against and defeated all the great show horses of Kentucky Artist owned T tontlgomeryon should breed to Preston I Because he is the greatest show bore Kentucky ever 2 Derause he producedIhorse such as 1 was enator Vare for 2000 Rebecca that old at New York Exchange to Gee Wat son for i65o Miss Henrietta owned by that won more premiums in- aelldleand combined rings than any three ear old out in 1903 a yearling colt sold 01 C Cravins of Illinois for Ssoo 3 Because he is the poly saddle stallion that ever sired a team of harness geldings that sold for tcooo 4 Because he won the championship the Louisville Horse Show in 1903 shown by Matt S Cohen of Richmond Ky 5 Because he has won more money in the show ring than any other saddle stallion in Kentucky 6 will be glad to show him to anyone at my stable and invite those wishing to breed to a fine saddle stallion to see him before breeding I will stand him at fl5- TO INSUKEA LIVING COLT Mares grazed at 82 per month Care t- akJ to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur J C HAILI1Y Stanford Ky Duke of Richmond Will make the season of 1905 at farm one mile South of McKinney on McKinney A Mt Salem pike at the low price of 800 to Insure a Living Colt Moneydue when colt is foaled When mare is or sold insurance is for felted and in all cases money is due DESCRIPTION AND PKDIOREK Five tarsold dark bay 16 hands hirha fine individual with best of style and action drives and rides nicely He was sired by Tom Covington 18952 he by imber Standard and registered 15t dam by General Duke 2nd dam by arrcn Harris Denmark 3rd dam by- Old Crocket- tNoraTom Covington is a Combined horse with a record of 228 trial 219 his dam was bv Kentucky Chief 2d dam Parsons bdallah General Duke had record In 1878 of 2145 he was by Kmbrys exlnnton Old Leiiington The dam of Embrys Lexington was Bellmyra by nponed Monarch At same time and place I will siand- two good mule lacks at S8 TO INSURE WING COLTS rat JIM PORTER by Cyclone out oE a premium Jennet 2d BRICNOLIA JR by Old Both these Jacks have estah tished reputations Their colts have been on the market in this county for the past three years having always brought as many dollars as any Jacks colts In the county if not more So you see that you- will not make any mistake in breeding these lacks R S SCODDER McKinney Ky t do 1It Ii Ii ier M Bank Ii 1Weve Hired Uncle SamAi our aunt to SHOW and SHLt our an with letter a Govern tsaspeelalonerlnav e Spring Suits at I are for for In ap we to do Is to for saw In our In the our have done on the We CtOTtIISO for men for tIUIij8CT TO hooks for all lines on let us from i 6yearsoM riwned by uugh r at to a olt Is by Imported in Shetland Islands to regarded byliorsemen at In In In Llr n retained on all ka un Is Mi with or elsewhere Insurance bcconcs at In Rod Stanford If not at nn James el IIKAIKY Stanford Stanford Capital Stock 50000 Institution was originally established as the Deposit of In MSI then reorganised National Dank of Stanford to reorganlsed as First National of Stanford U having practically an uninter rupted existence for II year It ts better supplied now with facilities for transact inghuslnes promptly than before to It long honorable Accounts Indlylduals and Core poratlons Solicited J R Paxton J Owsley II Shanks W O Walker W Garter H Poster L 0 Oooch Uumrulns UrllthtH w II Shank 1 J Investment through ui le 10 15 They bUck Thibet dress fancy Caulmere n- dwutllblu llRht ninlluiii and business wear They reUUAKANTliliUAlUWOOIatKl ma Je thoroughly lodde styles What ask atld ask samples and meamre blanks Mylns you Tills ad LOUIIIline South OWN and Imtlnrn SAMK 8IOT forover FORTY sell INGS soil every body clAVllxlkfsSonworthen Style request hear you LEVYSThird LOUISVILLE DOCK GRAY bbetltnd Ijny Inches tall Held wter will make spawn 110 Insure living iHxrk an parir that colt lliwo and the beet ron Kentuekqdfeating corners show ring IDM colts until jwld Star ailIbred forfeits and apiiejr tile Will snake season my hun the West of butan rail Held Aseltb hotel n First NationalOf This Hank the and again the Raik lest had and ever and career of CAPITAL Olrectors Oeo WH than wean and Ky UU well wnto The Farmers Dank Trust and under same management continuously for 56 years WB SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such bnilnrss relations will prove beneficial and Idark IIATflmullUKNISII Fiduciaries 4OfJcsrJ nooKKK PresL- LT UAKIII V Pren J J MoUOIlEUTS Obr W U WJIAIIKNAt Olin DJr ctortr Held Danville 8 T Harris Stanford J Hockey Stanford NcKlnD81MII Iltucbtnan Stanford T P lUll Stanford Jsa lie M a w n Hubble J II Stanford J Iettua Stanford 0 E Tale StanfordI I LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK iSTOCK OOOOO i Company mutually llauthman I Officers I 1 O SHANKS President J B Iaxton IWCashier WiO WALKKIt Asst Oaihll The Gibraltar of Rockcastlc County Financial Institut- ionsCITIZENS BANK y OF BRODHEAD KY Oilers to tho People n Safe anti Conservative Hanking System Recounts of Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited Give us your business mid wo gtmrnnteo n pleasant and profitable relation Pay a per cent interest on all deposit of 8100 or moro left in the bafik and not checked upon for n t periodof six months 0 J W HUTCHESON Cashier s Talk to Geo H Farris About StovesAny Kind I 1You Need He s Got Em I t i 4a1