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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ji Jd THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 21 1905 NO 15 Cold Weather In 1834 Most of us older people will remem ber Uncle Tommy Tuggle deceased father of Jerry and Henry Tuggle und grandfather of Cnpt Wm Sloan and the following statements bring him afresh In our minds Cnpt William Sloan and J A Dean Tompkins Esq handed us a time worn slip of paper on which was writ ten by Undo Johnnys own hand ver batim May II IG and 16 1834 there is a hard frost and ice one hnlf an inch e thick to These lines were evidently written by Uncle Johnny at that time nnd placed between the lids of his tam fly Bible where they have remained since and will be kept thereby his suc ceeding generations probably for many charon mountain from eating LUll and leaves killed by frost com was hIt to the top of the ground and corn wont up to- T per bushel on the mountain Albany Gleaner Handed us by Mr J C lays Memorial of Garland James Uncle Garl la gone oh how we muw him How we miss his vacant chair How we miss his dear old presence And we miss him everywhere There hangs hh caneJite brother gave him Now about two years ago And it will hangar a family relic miJJt1 jr JIltIIlr nsnJl thotr luta Weep nt children weep net for him For your low is his gain Of that crown for which he labored For which lio labored not In vain i In our minds eye we can sea hIm At the place that he dkl two Which was the place of jmbJI worship In the church of Pino Grove His aim was not for fame or fortune Only this ho Inward crnvoil Sweet assurance long endurance And a lame beyond the grave- F L DAVIS FLATWOOO Ebb Scotn bunch of hogs to W 1 Ijiwium at 4e J W Coldiron sold a work horse to John Mill er for 100 Wm Campbell sold Ebb Scott threw hogs for 11 J C Fox aught a cow and 10 white oak trees of J C Clouse for O he nbo taught 12 trees from T M Marsvo for 60 J C Clouse sold to W II Furr eight hogs at 135 School at Lnwsons s school house has been dismissed on account of sickness the teacher Miss Maud Spain bower and her mother bath being sick Dr W J Edmistun of Crab Orchard t was called to the bedside of Mrs Wm Pointer Sunday Miss Willie Cormincy nnd Mrs W H Furr visited Mrs John McCarley at Rowland This is to be nn nwful year accord Ing td a wildeyed Pennsylvania prophet who has just issued his bulletin of prophecies for 1905 Ho says the big spot that has appeared upon the sun is peatiIthe earth The outbreak in Russia is v but a spark that will be fanned into a flame that will sweep the whole world The end of the world he predict comes in 1903 Somerset Journal Rheumatic Pains Quickly Re lieved The excruciating pains tbnravturU tic of rheumatism anti sciatica are quickly unloved by applying Chair berialns Pain Balm The grunt pain relieving power of the liniment him boon the surprise and delight of thous nude of BiilTerors The quick relief from pain which It affords U alone 1 worth many times iu cost For sale by Lvno Broil Crab Orchard Ilonieseekert excursion to Michigan via Queen Crescent Route Tickets on sale May 2nd and 16th at greatly reduced rates to AuSablo Beaverton Branch Brethren Cadillac Gladwin Kaleva Manl tee Merritt Lewiston and St lichens Tickets are limited IG days from the date of sale Askagents for particulars or write E N Aiken T P A Lexington Ky or W C i Rinearson G P A Cincinnati 0 Down In the Platte river bottom is a threeroom cottage where live the pa rents of 21 children anti today with A 10 of these around them and three grandchildren they celebrated their 27th wedding anniversary They are Mr and Mrs Edward M McSpratton The family comprises 14 boys nnd seven girls The last baby is 33 days old New York Tribune Father But do think you can make my daughter happy i Suitor Happy Say you should just have seen her when proposed IDrook lyn Life S Keep your bowels regular by the use 6t Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets1 There IB nothing better Por sale by Lyre Bros OrabOrchard N yt CHURCH MATTERS Rev P J Ross will preach at the Methodist church hero Sunday morning and evening Rev J M Bruce writes from Horse Cave that he will preach at Kirksville on the fifth Sunday in this month Instead tha regular services at the Christian church Sunday evening the young ladies of the Mission Circle will conduct services The C W B M held prayer meeting at the Christian church yesterday afternoon and will do likewise this and to morrow afternoon at 210 John Smith a former preacher of Galloway county was sentenced to the Federal prison in Atlanta for 15 months for counterfeiting Archbishop Mcsmcr of Milwaukee has had to ask police protection against the importunities of beggars following an article in a local newspaper telling of hU liberality as a giver By n vote of 17 to seven the Louis ville Presbytery North voted In favor of merging with the Cumberland Pros byterian church For the first time since their separation the members of the Presbyteries North and South communed together The 40th Annual Convention of the Kentucky Sunday School Association wflllH held in Somerset Juno 7 8 and 0 Noted speakers from various parts of the Union have beet engaged to ad dress the Convention The National Sunday School Convention will meet at Toronto Canada Juno 23 to 27 The Powers That Be Let tho oyas of the stars Anti tho face of the moon On my fetters and bars Freely look and commune Let tIw scent of the grass And the breath of the rose la tiwir wandorlngt IKH With n balm for my woes It the birth some ami rest la the sound of myiighn Lot them twitter and nest In the sight of my ojran But for man I will none Of his sofmotw and creeds For ht dogmas alone Put a ham on my deeds He would shackle mj soul Make me law nt its throne Road n narrow writ scroll That I never shall own I will lean to the earth To the mountains and sea To the source of my birth And the powors that be I will lay my heart bare As the breast of a brook I ems ahaped by their care Let them ponder and look Howard H Farmer Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Best and Most Popular Mothers by It for croupy children railroad men buy It for severe coughs and elderly people 11IIlt for III JrlplctI say Moore Broil Kldon Iowa We sell moro of Chamlwrlains Cough Remedy than any othu kind It seems to have taken the lund over Kovornl other good brands There Is no question but this modlclno is tho host that can JHJ procured for coughs and colds whether It IH a child arc an adult that In atlllcteil It always euros and euros quickly Sold by Lyno Bros Crab Orchard HlgginsMy wife saysif should die she would remain a widow until death Of course she might change her mind but it is sort of consoling just the same- JinksEVidently your wife thinks there Is no other man in the world like you HiggginsOn the contrary shes afraid there is and that shed get him Boston Transcript Bub You talk about table manners I dont believe you even know what a napkin Is Sis Yes I do Its n little sleep after eating Bub Who told you that Sis I guessed itmy own self Mani kin Is a little man you know so nupBostonTranscript Cheated Death Kidney trouble often ends fatally but by choosing tho right medlelnu Mr E II Wolfe of Boar Grove In cheated death Ho says Two years ago I had Kidney Trouble which caused mo great palu Buttering anti anxiety but I took Kleetrlo Bitters which effected n complete guru I have also found them of great benefit Ingen eral debility and nerve trouble and keep them constantly on hand since I find they have no equal O L Penny Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard druggists guarantee them at cents Green Cawoods home in Harlan county burned and his fourmonths old child was lost in the flames t a NEWS tiOTESIKissing was un foreigners introduced it Edward H Lear of the Wiedemann Brewing Co is dead nt Covlngton Samuel It Boyd prominent In poli tics and u lawyer at Cynthinha was found dead in bed Kentucky bloodhounds lead a hunt for burglars who caused a 100000 fire at Clendennin W Va Fifteen hundred pupils have been barred from school In Council Bluffs until theyare vaccinated Following the arrest of his sister as II terrorist sympathizer a Russian army olllcor committed suicide The dormitory building of the Jessie May Aydelott College at Tullahoma Tenn was destroyed by fire Robbers sot tire to a store in Clen donnin W Va and every business house in the town was burned James B Fugate prominent attor ney of Hindman was found dead in hit room It is thought heart trouble caused his death Tho port of Antwerp will be enlarg edat a cost of 100000000 The improvement will make it the largest cart In the worldtOno man was shot and seriously wounded and another was beaten Into insensibility in Chicago ns the result of the teamsters strike M L Reddock former postmaster of Yazoo City Miss has been indicated by the Federal grand jury at Si Louis on tho charge of perjury In a fire which destroyed the real 1SW nr Jlejon Thrpshor of Adnir Hancock county her sixmonthsold daughter was burned to death Col Thomas Johnson aged 93 and thing at Mt Sterling is the oldest Confederate in Kentucky He will at tend the reunion in Louisville in June KsHotr the assassin of Grand Duke Serghis WM tried before the supreme court at Matcow and sentenced to death The date of the execution has not been fixed Cheater Boll of Muncie Ind was accidentally found to have cigarette pa prfn In his pocket and was fined2r and costs the first conviction under the new law Miss Harriettc E Col fax until her retirement last fall the oldest lighthouse keeper in the United StatOrS ser vice died at Laparto Ind at the age of 81 years Dr D K Pearsons the Chicago capitalist and philanthropist has decided to give 260000 to poor colleges in Ken tucky Tennessee North Carolina and West Virginia The United States Supreme Court de dared invalid the statute requiring all national banks of Kentucky to make returns of nil shares of stock for tax ation purposes The third trial of Nan Patterson the former show girl charged with the murder of Caesar Young n bookmaker is In progress in New York By order of tho court no women spectators will bq allowed to be present- C D Billman n sculptor of Logans port Ind in broad daylight removed from its pedestal in City Park a statue of heroic size erected by tho citizens as a memorial to President McKinley Billmnn claim sit has not been paid for Four newsboys were killed and sev eral were fatally injured nt the Ma sonic Temple in Indianapolis during a rush to obtain free tickets to a theater which were being given away by a patent medicine agent Several of the boys fell down stairs as the result ofn panic caused by a false alarm of fire At n meeting of 200 managing agents of the Equitable Life Assurance Society held in New York the State Leg islature was asked to exercise its plenary power by enacting an amend ment to the societys charter to give the policyholders admission to the di rectorate of the society Vice Presi dent Hyde was hissed by some of those present and President Alexander was indorsedIn court in the trial of James Hnrgia at Lexington Sheriff Wilkerson stated that an attempt had been made to intimidate certain witnesses for the Commonwealth Judge Parker ordered Commonwealths Attorney Allen to make nn investigation A number of witnesses testified for the prosecution among them being Capt John PatrickI Tom Cockrill and Anse White White gave practically the same testimo ny as given by him in tho hearing for lgelIarglshim to killing five men in eluding James CockrilltA Daredevil RidetOften cuds in a slid accident To heal accidental Injuries use Bucklers Artnica Salve A deep wound In my foot from an accident writes Theodore Schucle of Columbus O caused mo great pain Physicians were helpless but Bucklcns Arnica Salvo quickly healed It Soothes and heals burns like tangle lid at G L Pennys Stan ford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard druggists S 1 fJUDGE W R CARSON Judge W R Carson known by al most every man woman and child in this county died at the lame of his daughter Mrs S Porter Stagg in Fay otte county Wednesday evening at 730 aged 78 The judge had been a resident of Stanford for many years until he removed to Fayctte a year ago Ho was in feeble health when he left and many of his friends predicted that they would not see him alive again lie became stronger nftcra short sojourn with his daughter however and until the Illness that caused his death came he suffered very little Judge Carson was magistrate end jwlice judge for 33 years both of which offices he filled saddiary J reasonably successful in it lie was an unusually well posted man on current events and a great reader He loved Stanford and in his palmier days he did much for its advancement A trustee of Stanford Female College he worked hard for 1U furtherance In fact he took grunt interest in educational insti tutions and was always fur that which would redound to the upbuilding of his home town and the uplifting of his people Judge Carson married Miss Pormella Dodd who preceded him to the grave 23 years He is survived by chjldrcnKMesdatnes A A Warren of Middlesboro J E Portman of this place S P Stagg of Fayette Mr James T Carson of Louisville and Charles C Carson of Liberty and in their loss of n kind und indulgent father they have much sympathy The remains were brought here lust night and at 1030 this morning they will be in terred in Buffalo cemetery Rev P J Ross will pray and make a few remarks at the grave MATRIMONIAL J E Jones n widower of 40 and Miss Margaret Stephenson wore mar ried on the 19th Miss Lillian Colvin and James Muir Carothers each 17 and both of Bards town were married in Louisville The engagement of Miss Margaret Worthington Cecil and Mr Jesse Wal lace Embry both of Danville has been announced The date of their June wedding Is to follow soon after the graduating of Miss Cecil at Campbell Hagerman Colleget About Rheumatism There are tow diseases that Inflict more torture than rheumatism and there is probably no disease for which such a varied and useless lot of remedies have been suggested To say that it can be cured Is therefore a bold statement to make but Chamberlains Pain Hahn which enjoys an extensive sale has met with great success in the treatment of this disease Ono appli cation of Pain Balm will relievo the pain nqt 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 Lyric BrosCrabOrchard In the Hargis trial at Lexington Mose Feltner again detailed the alleged plots to take the life of Cockrill while Dan Bush a new witness said that Hargis asked him to assist in the murder of Cockrill Bush is serving a term in the penitentiary for horse stealing W W Vaughn a former attorney of Jackson but now of Oklahoma alMt gave dam aging testimony against Hargis For a Weak Digestion No medicine can replace food but Chamberlains Stomach und Liver Tablets will help you to digest your food It Is not tho quantity of food taken that gives strength and vlgpr to system but the amount digested and assimilated If troubled with weak digestion dont hill to give Tablets a trial Thousands huve been benefitted by their use They only costa quarter For sale by Lyno Bros Crab Orchard The steamship Minnesota the largest freight carrier afloat broke all records for the voyage between Yokohama and Seattle Wash making it in 13 days t 21 hours and five minutes r it + t MArte manythatthis conclusion ljrJLJLtf350 and 400 Shoes ARE THE BEST YET They cater to wear as well as to sty3 to comfort as styleThey the satisfaction that can possibly be bestleathersALL AMERICAS are the kind of footwear that makes- a man declare Im glad bought these shoes Every wearer is enthusiastic Your style and size await you here SAROBINSONSTANFORD J 1 We Sell WARRANTED PURE VINEGARS t Nothing In inori uiiwlmlrnoiiK uiul diiiiKeroiu to houltli dare tin rhciiti iirlcl frtquiiitly ottYrtil for lint you xliould know hint II KINK VJNKuAllH comply with the mhxalIOWnfevrryHiatt In tin tnloniiiiil ewer country the world They urn sot only utrlctly nod nliioluttly nodsarebuttheyerrprolwrlyUgt1smoothanddellentnIn 1118 Hilux white pickling vlnciiiir dUtlllcd tram groin Ililnx pure mult clue tr lirwd from nmltitl Imrltv W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY LaPorte Vehicles z Honest Work Attractive Styles Over 300 of these pleasure vehicles have been sold in Lincoln county which is of itself evidence of their merits Tho following list of representative citizens who are using Lalorto Vehicles is nettle tip from memory there are many others to nlfof whom we refer as to evidence of the worth of this work Preston Deck lion J S Sr McClaryJasF Hon M C Saufley I B Paxton lion H C Warren Rowan Saufley john Beck Beazley Livery J H Boone RCo Livery I M Bruce Livery L R Hughes W P Grimes S hocker Dank Presdt LynnDr OBannon Andrew Gooch Cicero Reynolds J F Holdam M S Baughman Jas II Baughman BaughmanHenry T D Newland Col T P Hill J W Brooks BeazleyWm Luther UnderwoodtCrit Eubanks Robert Sims john Bingaman- James VanArsdale Hays BaileyThos Porter Robinson Sidney Dunbar 4 E P Woods Robert Woods James Woods HigginsJ Sam W Menefee S J Embry Sr E T Pence E C Walton C V Gentry W C Shanks W W Withers J C Hays James Lynn BaileyVA C Carman C Vanoy H J Darst Full carload of these popular vehicles re AgentsforTo popularize their new business in new Iniihliugs with New Stocks and New Lines being milled JG Weatherford Co Asks you to eaUancl you will be convinced that they can feather your nestiim We Are Showing From The Best innnufiicturcrs in the country a fine and well selected line of Ladies High Shoes and Oxfords Every lady in Crab Orchard andvicinity is invited to call and see our stock and be convinced that you do not have to leave the East End to dress the feet in an uptodate style W E Perkins I I t I L d Crab Orchard Ky r r rThe Interior JournalI h aEC WALTON d SENATOR BLACKUURN continues to lot l a phantasmagoria in the shape of n machine hnunt his daily thoughts and nightly dreams lie has sworn the horse is 17 feet high and hopes by an iteration and reiteration to get some 1onobesides himself to believe that Got is conspiring against the great common peoplo and sending the party to the demnition bow wows by manipulating a machine for the oflic holders trust which unfortunately does not include the Senator Anybody cnn make charges and aa Senator Joe is of a voice like a fog horn he strtnuositIjoL tions it will be found not specificate and his charge fall as Jlat as a flounder Beside ilcanSenator is a bit inconsistent lie he is a democrat of such serene that he would rather see it save i from the machine than to be reelected and in the next breath says that if the machine puts up Auditor linger for governor he will take pleasure in an r nouncing the candidacy of John W Yerkes whose election he guarantee r in the shape of a land slide As Judg F Hager is a democrat of the sect and a gentleman of ability high claims for party honors this andI tion rather gives the black eye to tr Senators claim to party loyalty Mean time Judge Payntcr goes on attending to his business and making friends by keeping in a good humor a virtue the erstwhile even tempered Senator should endeavor to cultivate The commor scold usually gets the hot end of it MR Wi P WAWQX who edited this paper for 25 years and later edited and f owned the Lexington Morning Democrat has bought the Kentucky Journal f at Frankfort and will take charge Mon day next The Journal is already a lively democratic daily and Mr Walton t will spare neither means nor time in making it even a better long newspaper experience togetherI with his indomitable energy guaran tees to the people of Frankfort and ads joining counties u democratic dail which they can place implicit confidence and have every reason to feel proud of The BlueGrass section needs just such a paper as we feel confident Mr Wal ton will give themtTHE Ignited supreme court has decided ina case appealed from Mas sachusetts that the compulsory vaccina tion act vioiates no personal right guar anteed by the Federal constitution It holds that the exercise of the reserved powers of the State to protect the i health and safety of its inhabitants is a matter of police regulation outside t the Federal jurisdiction This decision settles the long vexed question and hereafter when the board ofhealth says vaccinate hie yourself to the doctor am have your arm or leg as you prefer worked on TUG Illinois Legislature has passed a bill forbidding divorced people to marry again within a year under penalty of three years imprisonment and annul ment of the marriage It is time that State which has done more than any i to make marriage and divorce easy was taking steps toward reform As a large percentage of those who procure die vorce do so to marry again and quickly the new law may act as wholesome detergent to divorce suits solely for that end IT is said that Pension Agent Warner is granting pensions in many cases to men who never enlisted but who made affidavit that they wanted to This throws down the last of the bars The fellow who cant swear now that he wanted to fight 40 odd years ago is possessed of conscientious scruples to such a degree that he could easily se cure a big paying job in a museum A PROCESS is said to have been dis covered whereby the wood of the lob- lolly pine can be converted into mater ial useful for railroad ties If it be true the Virginia land owner who is accounted the poorer the more acres he owns will become a coupon clipper that will put Rockefeller and the other pluto crats to shame j Here and There It is now said the Russian squadron will remain at Kamranh Bay till May 7 John W Young a wellknown South ern newspaper man is dead at Hunts vine Ala Two men were burned to death and a third fatally burned in an attempt to- escape from jail at Iontchatoula La Col D W Emmons founder of Hunt ington W Va and one of the most prominent physicians of West Virginia- is dead Water freezes every night through out the year at Alto Crucero in Bolivia while at noonday the sun is hot enough to cause actual suffering ExMayor John B Goodwin of Atlanta has been appointed grand secretary of the Sovereign Grand Lodge I 00 F to succeed J Frank Grant who died in Baltimore last week ar Nt 7r Rv IThe home of Elisha Green near Lon yesterday Maj James Stewart U S A re tired died suddenly at Ft Thomas- A receiver for the Middlcsboro Pressed Brick Works has been appointed Claude S Williams lold 16 twoyear old mules in Richmond at from 270 to 158 per pair The main building of Vanderbilt Un versity nt Nashville was damaged b fire to the extent of 200000 Every telegraph pole 30 miles east Qf Cheyenne Who and 20 miles west of there has been leveled by the snow The board of education of Middles ro will build a 25000 school house for the white and a 5000 building for Nc gross the coming season A cooperative association being formed at Chicago for the settlement of insolvent estates is aimed at theIevils of bankruptcy proceedings PatterIIThe teamsters strike in Chicago is still unsettled and there are some indi cations that complications will be aug nutated by the calling out of additiona union men Earl W Card former president of the Medina N Yi National Bank con victedonseveral charges of bank lau violations was sentenced to six years imprisonment ILANCASTER left Wednesday for a visit to her brother Mr Ben Letcher in New York Judge M D Hughes has been appointed district agent for the New York Life Insurance Company The ball game betkcen Central Uni versity and the Lancaster boys resulted in the score of 7 to 6 in favor of C U The Odd Fellows of Paint Wck wm give a box supper Wednesday April 2G No admission will be charged but you can help the Odd Fellows by bid ding on the boxes Allmembers of the Daughters of the Confederacy are urged to be present al the meeting to be held Monday after noon at Masonic Hall The Confederate veterans have asked the Daughters of the Confederac to meet with then so as to arrange to attend the reunion in LouisvilleMrs Voris of Burgin has been with relatives here Miss Ada Dicker son continues very ill of appendicitis Her sister Mrs Lewis Brown ol Nicholasville Is with her Mesdames Susan Price arM Martha Frisbie are home from a visit to relatives in Dan ville Mrs Paulina RIgney who has been quite ill is reported some better- R H Ballard sold a horse to Hocker S Welch of North Carolina for 150 Ed Naylor is delivering hemp to Nich olasville parties at 460 per hundred C M Moberly sold Ed Naylor five shoats for 1250 and also sold William Simpson three heifers for 35 Walter Fayne sold a pair of mules for 300 and PaneIC M Moberly bought a mare from William Simpson for 100 The banquet given Wednesday eve ning in honor of the directors and offi cers of the Universal Fibre Co which is testing the hemp braking here was one of the most enjoyable entertain ments ever given In the city The Ma sonic Hall was secured where Zimmer served a most elegant lunch the tables reaching tho entire length of the room and being beautifully decorated lion Lewis L Walker acted as toastmaster rod with a few appropriate remarks then presented Mr H A B Marks bury who as representative of Mayor Kinnaird welcomed tho guests The following toasts were responded to Our Guests Capt Wm Herndon Hemp James II Keith of Chicago Our Citizens Rev Chumbley5 Importance of the Fibre Industry Prof ester H Dewey of Washington C Our Country lion W I Williams Invention of the Hemp Machine Mr A M Shely of Chicago fOur Town R H Tomlinson Progress of Kentucky lion John Buchanan Louisville Other speakers of the vening were Mr Gobie of Louisville and Mr Ford Brent of Paris- POLITICAL A Gillis has been appointed postmas ter at Brummett Whitley county The democrats won a sweeping victory in the municipal election at Peoria IIThe Mexican mints have been definitely closed to the free coinage of sil erHarry Giovannoli formerly of Danville has been appointed to the position of chief of the stamp division at 2250 a yearSenator 0 IL Platt who has been ritically ill at his home at Washington onri1 for several weeks has suffered a relapseGov of Pennsylvania has signed the greater Pittsburg bill which provides for tho consolidation of ittsburgand Allegheny Judge Whallpn of the Police Court of Indianapolis holds that the anti cigarette law enacted by the last Leg- Islature applies only to dealers Therefore persons having them for their own use and smoking them are not uilty of violating the law f H 0 P Hogan of Grant county wos unanimously nominated for State Sem tor from the 26th Senatorial district composed of Bracken Grant anti Per dloton counties Gov Beckham appointed Matthew J Honnessy of Bracken county Common wcaltlias Attorney of the Bracken Mason judicial circuit to succeed d ward Damn deceased Tho Court of Appeals holds thatStnteIRevenue Agents appointed Auditor Coulter under the provisions of tho revenue act of the 1002 legislative session hold their ofllcea four year from that time and cannot be removed tit pleasure of the Auditor The case was brought by Auditor linger to test the validity of tho act Gov Warner has declared that he would not permitany pugilistic contest in Michigan for large purses during his term as Governor The statement wai inspired by a report which reached the Governor to the effect that fight pro motors were planning a fistic battle in Kalamazoo between two puglists of national reputation for n purse of i10 000 Frightful Suffering Relieved Suffering frightfully from the vlru lent poisons of undigested food C G Orayson of Lula Miss took Dr Kings New Life Pills with the reo suit he writes that I was cured All stomach and bowel disorders give way to their tonic laxative properties 25c at G L Pennys Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard druggist guaranteed JAKE INtllKn of tin ktiillUm Juki1 owiutl v J A Wright ut lliiMonvllU Ky sirv t hy h hr1 trorxrlltmtlr 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lhr diuitflitero of Jliini irlno soy 2vn Helmntlic nnnl leg feel mil evpM nml In tint only n iMrfeet trotttr hulll roirli horsy that mn win In any horn dew Iast New York horse Hlinw In K 1IIIIr he won In rvry rlaim he win ihown mil feite l Miiiu of the vninileot ho- worvnrlit Maillkon S linre lle l Bond h not only a very hlith VOIIIK hors but hi u rotter nml uoe without eta or welslitn- We think In lleil lliiiul wi have one of the 1 America to Mre slwwrl mil hlghebppInc h hor m- Illli ronforinnlion Is that of n llrotihiiti how liorM for MndlMin Hnuiirt Uiinlen iitrnliorM of a erent tied of flnliih itylc ulMtnnceiiml Ixme- IlelHlMiunil to sire the Iurllr lion e ol he day huvneg the IIftII ni4rrl mid nc Ion Unit In rt ulml to d prlcr4 Pile leadliiK hor non of the niuntry think his bur el th Uot hliihMeiinlnK ntnlllon iwneil III tho bleu mill With nil bre llng houlil mnke a great nlre Will niiiko the of IKilnt HMoiinl tn olIrlllnr Danville at 523 to ln urea living e tilt or 13 to iiu n a living cult when Iliac or moru suers are breil- A IIUMUKY Ihinvllle Ky LECTRICIAN5007 Race Record 914 14 Sire of tn Elrcvlipont 111 14 Oretchtn i4 1rlnrt II ti 14 Lau aj own brother la rittful I I In list Electrician Is a brown tUllkjn tj 14 hands high inJjrJ rcelstfreJ He Is by Electlonttr rl tin of 66 dams of uS he by lUmblttonun to tire of amsof nB he byAbiilUh itlrtof i dams of Ken mare by Imp Dtllfoundrr Electricians sat dan beta Jam of Derrul au RexforJ out Ailani Ruiwnol jjo tIC Rebtcca by Gen Benton un tire ol dam ef he by Jim Scott 8j6 tire a UJy Benton by Grays Manblctonlan to ono1dam Clirabel dam of Clifton lltll v4 roc Jell loandchlmet he Iy xlallah Third d4mVEmmJMiUss darn of j ro etc by American Star Electrician It a royal he hone tine style and lion wllh treat beauty lie Is a hose that possesses Ieal speed rid gameness h ht record It on Iy 114 14 ht repeatedly showed miles In atj A amber of hit get has been told for roadsters bring from Stoo to Stsoo As most of hit colts are- autleswllhfineactbnstyteandshe can recommend him at a great stock horse Will make the season on time condlltont and at imt place ai clay King at the fee of att CLAY KING2964 Record Sire of Dick WilsonoSThe Klne 0 a Phalr 117 j4 Ndllebruct t81 OayWllku sr 14 Daisy M sat 14 The GUll as 14 The Raven 16 Juttln M as6 14 onto 217 14 end tight othert with records of teller than yt all rotten but Dick Wilson pacer Dy Kin Gay Sire of Mitt LlJa lao Mil b 114 Claymore at7 14 Eolacrq b Kln brlno roDoc ias i4Edear a81s Queen Clay ttg 11 elC sal dam Amy aao re by Volunteer dam 0- 1Oay King su7 i4 and er nddam ol Volo Mali 21 14 Sire of St Julian say 14 St Patrick IU ia u others Sons have tired and dyighfer have produced Dick rn r Stronewood ju 54 omeukeate1 aetc cddam lielle Urandon by imbletonlan dam of 120 14 Gov Sprague lotj sire ft wllmar 9 14 sire of a and WII1alr sire of a Sire of Wilkes Election eer Haopy Medium llaraldetc jrddam Jennv Younlr Uacchus King Clay S4slre of Clay Kin- aIsson of Harry Clay Modesty a16 iaby Tom WoJJer r47 ad dam Dells Sun dam of Artilery IU ia by American SUr u J dam by Emmoni Du roc Ciao King with any kind of stud opportunltei would today be In the first fight of successful sires of treme tpeed lilt stud career It practically lust berun and there It not a horseman In the Blue Grass SUI who does not regard him at a wonderful tire ellly and extreme speed Every man at the Lnlna- Ion track hat seen hit get accomplish what has never toeen done by the produce of any other hors tuve seen hit yearling step quarters In 14 consa- nd then sell for stealing prices have seen oldtr representative show at much speed sameness and genuine race horse qualities at those of any tire ver quartered In Kentucky Clay King make the season of at the price of insure a living colt A lien retained upon the foam secure the payment of the season Al- lcart will be taken to prevent accidents to stock In fisted to our care but should any occur we will not be responsible for the tame J B BURTON Lancaster y t tr I Mens Furnishings t J Fttl + + + ++++ ++f +I t Arc n Very special rant of our biuhicftfnml are Cnranilly witch wl ill ovary detail Tho FountninIShlrtIU low fitting JollnrImull Italy long skirt null every length elcovo froitt Ilito 84 a inches in nil the now colors hi Kogligoo Style Separata atimJOr Ctilft attached flea COo SI 81 CO and S2j sizes 14 to ltd11e are the only jiooplc in Stanford who tell tho liaritt ris Kuspuntlcr and Holt Unquestionably tho belt Sii pcfiilcr Jn tho world Thats big ipcccli but it Is TKUK Try them nntl you will ho convinced A now lot received ycttcrday ofJBnifctein Hicos Xcukwcar and theyare bcautld In Strings iiIlnhnndg Winsor Ascots nnd Dross Bows Collars Cut 4l llandkcrchioid Sweaters rCI18 Half Hotc Lwlle anti Chit t drens How in Black anti Tan Signs Underwear 25c 60c and SI per garment Nnijigook Undcnhrt Klnetio Scnm1 Draw ere It 11 II II r II II I ItHMH5f r 1 H J MROBERTS STANFORD t J Stockmen Notice I will stead at my place la Stanford my line Ktglitercd Imp Pound China boar Lincoln Chief at II Ueady for service WOWalker FOR SALE McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS I offer for sale my mill cad residence In MClnlley Ky Miii bat dour capaCity of 50 barrel and meal 165 bushels ter dllY- Mill U well equipped with modern ruachln err In good repair Uas storage capacity of SOOO bushel of wheat also large corn bloc and cribs Wagon scales operated from oftlce coal blu and Ice house All under roof New falllnic water In mill lot Mill within 100 feet of Cincinnati Southern K track and has private siding The loca j 111 Is good for the following reasons Mc Is nearest market to many of the largest wheat end corn growers In Lincoln county large territory furnishing custom grinding The teed sad coal builnets in connection with mill pays cell No trouble to market all product true mill nIdence Is a two tory MX room frame with cistern on back porch Mlllc Lon e at back door contented all cotnpurntiTely new Large barn buggy house In will lot On ac- Count of tny falling eyesight anJ health generally my physlrlnns have advised me toqnlt the milling business For further particulars calico or addrets Dr Rtlw Al corn Iliutonvllle Ky or W II McKlnney KyJ McKINNEY MKloney Uy but will serve under you LEAD i- Simple walk tuttti You thee hoe not in them ee- lcontrol1htm thy dont control year teat 1h y jtrtlf unit if you I The patent URFIT holds your shoes and feet together so that the weight of your body does not shift aroundand twist your shoes out of shape are the only shoes good enough io carry the IURFIT Made of genuine calf or kid or genuine Russian colt with solid hncls uniform bulla hlde oaktanned oler Sold By HJ McRQBERtS e A t Cant I Be Touched S for painting houses 6 Tho rcnsona plain f Mutts Is the purvst therefore tho most durable and econom ical Thurula n whole string ofI other fellowK tlaiin lug just sag good as Mulls but they dont pros a it Maybe they cut The analysis of Mastic la pub llshetl Its made of pun lurid zinc nUll linked oilthe most durable kind of paint and Its purity Is tliurutoro unqucHtioucd As purity menus durability tho eplcndld wtnr ing qualities of Masllo bnvo given it tho title of it uTIo Kind That Tats n awl this tltlo la bucked up by our absolute guarantee Mastic Is luado by PEASLEE GAULBEUT CO Inc LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY will w liiartily iNjuiiktutl it tj your trade 1 dIiFOR BALE BY PENNYS DRUG STORE SPECIAL SALE1 County Court Day Week nc inning on Monday next wo will begin n role that will startle the na lives in prices and values We have too many goods and tniut unload them I IIId prices will he no cOIJ llemtion They nnlet go it It is neccirary to givosthem away Look at these prices Mens Black Worsted and Cheviot Out CoatI ORe Mens Sunday old Working Pants at IRe Children Casimoro Suits at 7oc UpChildrens Pants ICc up Mens and Boys Bats ICc up Boys Caps 9c up Mens and Hoys Shoes 08c up Ladies and Mifes Klioes at 75c up liens Sunday Shirts with or with out collars 24c- Suspenders for Boys and Men at Co up 11 AKy FOR fCnJicoct upNiceMens Socks Co up upHnhy N up priceGarden ages for 5c Illack and White Thread 200 yards two spools for 5c Ladies Belts Oc up Lead Pencils 5c dozen S Goldstein PropSTANFORD KENTUCKY f A Thing Of Beauty Is A Joy Forever tlrlll Espccially 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 dillerent style tubs closets and lavatory See I white enamel sink with back and hardwood drain board It is a beauty S H ALDRIDCEPhone 11 Depot St Stanford Ky fl I i 1 fP r t New SKirt Materialst i h J The ncwwt for walking skirts urrcthcnlicnl checks Tlioy nrc the rngo in tlic largo citif Wo have them in hlnck and white blue and white nnd I brwn nod whito nt Wo to 812- fiMcCALL PATTERNS They sire right ns to style flay nro rolinblo They nro simple They hro inexpensive1O null lye None higher Most desirable ono always in 1tltock i SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY f BTANFUIUI KY Aw i2l lf105 JUSTICE to yourself and to jilclan demumU materials IInd most careful service in preparing hili prescriptions That is the way tire C1ptloM arc filled at Icnnya I rugI p Store iI t PERSONALS- MRS E P WOODS is Improving Mn JOHN W WALLACE is still very ill MK J SHOCKKK went to Middles boroywitcrday DR JOSFHI II HHCK of Somerset was hero Wetlncsday MILS J F CUMMINS spent severs days at Crab Orchard MILs FANNIK DUNN is at Joseph Price Infirmary for treatment Mus Jot COKKEY spent several day with relatives at Richmond A SON arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs It R Salleo last night CIIAKUKS C CAIWON of Liberty Is here to attend oho funeral of hit father Miss SAIUK It COOKS of Danville spent yuitcrday with her lister biv IsI e HAniiY HosSKY of Chattanooga with W C Shanks and other rolativu t here M C SAUPIBY who has lleun 4Mnssome two weeks Is considerably improved MISS CAKKIB SAUKIIBUS of Garrard is with Mrs S H AldridRc who III quite sick Miss VIRGINIA WAJUIRN of Middle t hero was the guest of Mrs Fholpi Cobb in Boyle Muss ALMA IIAYS has l ceh made op erator No 3 in the telephone uxchangi a splendid selection Mil AND MRS A B GODWIN are up 1trom Nashville with her parents Mr Mrs Richard Bibb It MR C P MO Tao ltmY and wife nni MIN Mary SU BB arc vtaitlng in Ito tenvtlle Liberty News MISM KATK PKNCB hu gone to Springfield Tenn to see her slater Mn W J Donlor who continue S P CRAY has rented of Mm Niincj SloP her residence on Logan Avenue and will move to It at uneo 1 MILS RI I WIIUAMB pail Mill Orphn William of thu West Rnd were herv shopinK yastwnlay lIt AND Slits I C ADAM and Mr Kobort Dunn of Madison have Ion via sting their undo Mr A C Dunn f DR UBNRY PBTTUS ofCrabOrchard a brother of M re J F Cummins of this place is very low of pneumonia MRS B HHBAZIKY and III lie Jose Nphine went to FleminRsburR this morn ing to visit the familyof Rev Grin r stea- dk MR GKoltrn UAIIY and wife and Mr Crit Ilawlings and wife of limdfonla vile attended the burial of Mr Joseph Hockcr A POSTAL from Mr Joe S Rice who with hla wife is in the city of Mexico states that they will return home in a few days Miss FIQUUNCU MYERS of Stanford who is in the city on a short visit will return to her home Friday afternoon Louisville Times CArT T A KLKIN of Lancaster was here yesterday to meet his little daughter Miss Anpie Margaret Klkln 1who has been with her nunt In New Mn S it COOK and family left yesterday to make their home in Lexing ton Their many friends here give them with sincere regret but wish them well In their new home LOCALS WIUTK Plymouth Rock eggs GOc for 15 W B McKinney i EASTER display of millinery Friday 21st Misses Vandeveer 2t to hanWANTED Responsible man brood mares on shares Miss Nancy Vanpeveer2tSEB the nice selection of cut glass solid silver watches and clocks at W H Muellers lon RENT Storeroom at Rowland Ky Call on or address Mrs Mattie V Kirby Stanford 2t FOR RENT Five rooms over my store Will rent very cheap if taken at f once S P Gray2tWe can paint your old buggynnd make it look as good as new very cheap W J Romans Lancaster HOOSIER Com Planters Cutting Har rows Drag Harrows Riding Cnltiva i tots for sale by E T Pence Co WB have accordion pleating done Severance Son CAIUMTS matting oil cloths curtains shades rugs Severance Son A WARM rain is falling this mornin after the high wind of the last two dayi IF you want the right kind of jewelr at tho right price see W H Mueller LOST a blood red boar shoat whit face Liberal reward for his returnI John Cook Stanford- WANTED300 old buggies surriei and phaetons to paint and repair WI J Romans Lancaster RURAL free delivery route No is ordered established May 1C at McKinney serving C75 people and ICO houses SllElMlKKD Pur ms give neYlarII subscription to INTERIOR JOURNAL for a weaned pure Shepherd Dog pup Thi ofllce ELMKR B DKNIIAM has bought of R IIthocoal business eIIAVII accepted tho agency for n monument house and will bo glad to figure with those thinking about uylng a tombstone or monument J C Mc Clary ON account of the Graded School on turtalnment this evening the Christiai Endeavor Social to have been held at Dr L B Cooks has been postpone until next week FitlHNDS and creditors hero of James P Gray formerly of Somerset but rlov living at Montgomery Ala will lean with both regret and displeasure that hc has taken the bankrupt law MR II C BAUGIIMAN asks us to extend his profound thanks to the good people who ministered to his wire in her illness and who have endeavored to hell and comfort him and his little lays In their great lose I KKHL that got as much if not more for my money spent In advcrtis ing than for any vlliar investment I make II remarked Rev It B Mahony the insurance man as hepnid his lust bill at this office BAZAAR Tho ladlos of the Baptist church will have u bazaar and exchange Saturday in the Owsloy storeroom They will have on sale aprons bonnets and nil kinds of fancy articles also tikes candies and co cream TUB play David Garrick is rounded upon nn imaginary incident In tho lift or that famous English actorof the 18th century Tho actors part is well taken by Lloyd Busy lending lady Claudia Palo tho sjxirt George Hopper man of fortune James Nowland other players and mirth provokers are Misses Ida Moore and IJcsslo Yantis Hubert Car Hntcr James and George Vanantdalo Robert Waters Beverly Rout and Fred Cook THE INTKUIOR JOURNAL is a thing of beauty and n joy forever since it has put on Its new dress Wo fear Brer Vnlton will step tow high and suspect hat ho indorses this republican prosperity and wants to declare in a silent mt passive way that everything should tttch the spirit of improvement The NTKRIOR JOURNAL is a good paper the Clltor n good man if he were not politically blind Dontcher know Casey News Thanks for your kind vorda Brer Thomas but it is not because of republican prosperity that the I J flourishes Eternal vigilance and incensing and untiring effort on the art of those who work for its further Mice is the cause of it all II BRYAN lIon William Jennings Bry m was in town Tuesday and Wednes lay but he did not stay long enough to mice his presence known to many He was timing to and returning front Wil liamsburg where he delivered his fay nous lecture Tho Valuo of an Ideal to an immenso throng Tho editor of this taper had tho honor of a few minutes alk with the distinguished gentleman whowns in perfect henlth and neapirits Ho remembered having spoken hero In the Goebel campaign and spoke feelingly or that gentleman who gave his lift for the cause of democracy Mr Bryan vas traveling alone and occupied seat In the ladies car with other people of much less distinction While waiting Cor his train for Somerset ha drove from Junction City to Danville and made a brief speech at the courthouse here on economic questions t JK WIDE INSERTIONS FOR WAIST fRONTS Thw is in great demand as the styles of waists nre with embroidered fronts These are 0 to n inches wide and cost iOc to 8125 34 yard rnakoo a front Wo also love tho material to match to mnku body of wattt WHITE AND TAN OXFORDS AVill Mnnd hard service They are also very fashionable this Spring Tho kind we scllnK the kind tint wear and are not expensive Allli1e from 8 childrens to i nIUll t II I WILL send off laundry on Tuadaj instead of Wednesdays hwoaftcr Ed 1VilkinsonSLBT us put on your rubber tires Wo have the best mndoW J Romans LancasterSSAFK Judge M C Saufley who has takon some pains to find out says the fruit is safe uptodate Rev 0 M subject Sunda morning will be He Has Risen eve ning If Ye Be Risen CIRCUS Van Amburgs circus is dueI show here June 1C It has a doze careandtho show is said to be a good one LBT E T Pence Copaint and rubber your buggy Call and get prices also see our new line of bug gles TEXAS Honey Dew and Red Cane Seed Rcclenned German Millet Seed Armours fertilizer etc at W II Hig gins TUB wellknown popular comedy David Garrick to be given this eve ning at the Graded School promises to be a great succew I A GRAY mare came oplace last week Owner can got her by paying for her keep and this notice Jx V McKenzie Mnywood y Tm Central Kentucky Mcdicial Association hold an interesting meeting here yesterday A large number or doctors answered to roll call SEE the High School their first op pearance on the stage tonight at the auditorium The work of these young actors would do credit to many professionals TUB Young Ladles MllslonClrclc wil give an open session at the Christiai church next Sunday night at 730 Members of all other churches are cordially invited Tin S H S town defeated Lancaster Wednesday by a score of 13 to 9 Although the S H S is the smaller our boys ehwed Unit they arc well rained and knew juat how to play the gamo AT present Mr H J McRoberts the lover and uptodate gents furnisher- S our most liberal advertiser His ads occupy 13 columns of our space and if ou do not rend them you arc missing Iome mighty good things AT the entertainment at the Gradei School this evening for theAthletic Association 35 cents will ba charged for csorvcd scats 25c for general admission and IGc for children Seats on salt at McRoberts drug store DAVID GARRICK is interesting refined in humor full of spice and attractive ness The pretty love story country Londoners and the actors art are magi Tcctive Miss Allie Huffman will be tianist As to Miss Huffmans talent harm and quality of music there can be no elisputeIHOCKER Joseph F Hooker a ncntlon of whose death appeared our Tuesdays paper was 68 years old and he left a widow who was Miss Mary E Riley and six six children viz lesdames W 0 Speed of this plac- eDS McKinney of Lafollette Tenn and W G Blankenship of Burgin and lessrs Clarence Hocker of St Louis James C locker of Livingston and lichard Hockcr of Pittsburg Mr lockers home was at Pittsburg and- o came to the home of his daughter Mrs W 0 Speed eight weeks ago for icdical treatment but a kidney trouble had gotten in its work and constant icdical attention and careful nursing were of no avail and tho end came icaccfully at 130 Tuesday morning urrounded by as devoted a wife and hildren as ever lived Rev P J Ross reached a splendid funeral sermon at Mr Speeds Wednesday morning after which the remains were gently laid to est in Buffalo cemetery Mr Hockcr rag n druggist at McKinney for 15 rears and moved from thaV place to unction City where he was agent for an express company a long time He as a member of the Methodist church nnel an exceedingly kindhearted clever man Ills popularity was shown by tho large number of friends who came from distance to pay their l respects to him Much sympathy is felt for the widow and children in their irrepable loss Tile New Mason Hotel RATES 200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUOAS3 Frpri6ter Electric Light to every room RtlumKhtd and under entire New Minictmtnl Dob the favorite porter meets alllllln Urge Willlighted Simple Root In the Dulllet fnuit of th LifeHtitt for ti Kiiktvrn Mutrlct 01 Kilituok In tli nuittT of I T Jane Htniifonl Ky April aith lmJ4 alai hut of the creditor of till 1I111lUllllfdWho has hn udtudged h d lit tin oats of tlif rrfino in rVtiinfonl Ky on tho Utility of Miiy Iltd nt 110 Her triiKtfo for the t tlte of wild Ixinkrnpt for till triinnnrtlon of other lumlnn n hilly roini Ixfore the imftlin Comply will Huctlon of the Iliinkrupt Art concrrnlni prod of cliilint otlicrwlw your rliilin clln nut nlluwitl J Nt ArNIIEIIM- Itefree In ISitnkruptry PUBLIC SALE I ii I will Ktll nt pulillr outcry nt my plarr Ix twtfit Turiiirivlllv surd McKlnmy on HATfUl AY AIIIII Iif Tilt following iroxTty unit Intrrtfct In r A harrow I disc burrow I Arnu IUc drill Uoulili plow olnllo Iollhl vhotrl IllIrenllo cal ling hOl UllllulllIo 111 kt- Uf1 wash ketth IIn1 knclae furnlturv rckuwuv Imcklioiinll l ugty I family hI1MI family ImMxl lore hear In bad In T King Kiinlo woo JjrMy cow InrRf lircxxl tow Si Imrrvli of earn wt of wu hunt m gmxl two win of liuitpy plum one No hour VMiiion 1horn wnpon TITIII mind known on of Mile Kjile will Itepln nt AM HICHAItlltHIll Turnortvlll Ky WOOD WILKES Trlnl hoard orr Cruli nrrbnnl truck1 nilUln J HlnM by 1rjjklw hItmI1l icoruf VIIki In tv ItyMllokV HumlU tonlnn 10 Wood Vllki bt pout KutK Crow tiy Crows Hinuculrr hpby the n1 nnwncU HniUBirlir 216 M Prow iliiiu liy AI liionl 2iuidu11Taihuntcrslhhbrlho In MUlllllrlllo Chltf II Urtl ilnni liy Mclntyrei iKiniiiirk Will iiinkf thi prcnnt MIIMIII m my plucion HoiiMTMl iilkp 11 r tnlliii frcim Htnnfunl Ht Nm to lain u llvlni colt woo Vllki iUn coining AvHirohl and lists nl rtHily unnt bat pea Jill rolls sliowieIllluttill uliumliinco of styli Thuy nrv bug runny fillowH and step well Itll rftnlliod on oollt till miuou U mlil Shins IniUiHl or Mild forff tin Innirniicc mid innkp Muton money due Marvn crnittl nt tl IHT month Cun tnUtii to prvvrnl acct drat hut not r ioiii ttilc nor occur FKIIX 1VIIITf- Mtanronl Ky SHERIFFS SALE LliwolnCircuit Court The Ixllllton HrvwliiK Co IlfllntlfT v Olltltlt fo IVfiiKliint slvfrllli Hy virtue of nn wrier made by thMIllIouu court In ttM nlKive ityled lhl UIhlthlAt or nlMiitt i oVIixk at tln Midway Ha looll Oil IviHit utreet In the town fortlKy the following dc urll cd lrulltrCI tOWlt A shingle net of Miloon llxturen these llxtureK williii MIld ubJet to u mart MchI011101111111orcuMi reulntcr nlxiut 15 tKjxeo of c IInr on Colin Hot Blest Htoven lot of empty Imr rein lugs l tea arid ila Mveral INIIU tlful fnimoil plcturvo chnlr nnd other int cvlliincoutiirtlclen I will linerforodetht of llxtures n1whole nnd will then olTer for Mile tin Mori of good In MparnU iiarcelK iiccordlnx to the kind und Iii ml of Mime otTertm end bniml wparntely mud then I will onr tb- gaxlsund0xturesIIs n whole bud will tic ccpt the liluhett nn best bid made for the and future TERMI will sell same on n credit of one month nnd will require of the purchaser lx iul with approved ixrionnl Hcurltyl iir IIIK Interest from date of title aid llui force nnd effect of n ItidKiuent rubllith cd hull iK ted thi of iwfl MS HAIullMANH L C U T Wood D H KING EAGLE King Eagle le 16 head hlgb dark buy goes all the gaits with plenty of speed ityle slid action tired by lit dam by Eagle Illrd 2nd dam by Red Lion 3rd dam by IlarrU Denmark he by Millers Denmark 4tb dam by Jim Dell thoroughbred NOTE King was tired by the rreat On Time und It a brother to the great silver Ring dud Allle 0 the trenttbow mare that told for 11000 King Eagles Sd dam It the lam of Minute Bojd the great slow mare that Matt Conea won everywhere within U93 and t Id for 1500 King Eagle It rjrovlog hlnuelf a great breeder of one and ugh styled coin hit colts all having plenty of pre his oldest colt being three yean old tMtBprlug There was ono of hue two yearoldt out season that proved to be- great show duly King Eagle will malts the present reason of 1905 at my ttable SH miles west of Stan ford on the Shelby City pike at the lowptlcc of 110 to Insure a living colt Will aliontand thegreat mule Hud jennet luck Illllr Keene at flO for lnaret nod 820 tor Jennctt to Insure a living cult Dllly Kcene wit tired by the greet Tom Keenest dam by the Imported Palermo Sd dam Iiv nevi rubbles Irlnov the sire of Joe lllackburn and Hrlgnolln Dilly Keene tarots full It bund high black with white points and at a breeder heitunturpafeda mulo or net Jack Billy bus had ever twoyeArold lacks to tell lately at willalioitand the great jack Jim Keene he U by the great Lilly i Ut Jam by the Imported John elll 2d dam Beechcr Jim Keene It proving himself restbreeder there being two of hU mule- altasbown year one wearing the blue and the other the red In the came ring Jim Cecno will serve warn at 110 to Insure u living colt Mares traded parted with or bred ehe rhero forfeit the insurance and money become due at the time of such transaction For further particulars call on or ad drel ST HARRIS RODT WOODS Phone 72Rlog 8 Stanford Ky t5 rtr 4 f 1 Curtain Swisses cols t We lire showing Dumber of pretty patterns at 10 to 2Bo Ak plain fur rnflling Nothing prettier than nice liaiulinrulc Swiss OJirtaing NEW RUGS When you begin to clean your house you will find a nico rug or two will brighten the home greatly We have n big line of tho Moqiiottc and Smyrna nt tine to SJoO Easter Suits at Easy PricesLa Largest Clothing Stock in Stanford In one of our Suits your appearance will be pleasing both to yourself and to your friends The ladies especially like n welldressed man Let us fit you out an befits the teuton also your pocketbook The patterns are attractive The prices are too CUnniNS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky 0 ME COMFORTS J GIBBONS MAY Are detracted from if the interior decorations do not properly harmonize Let us aid you in bringing about the proper and desired effect The benefit of our experience and our many facilities arc at your disposal WINDOW SHADES 3W Knkt Mnln Htntt WoiiUohantllo r I IthTalk to DANVILLE KY 11 Geo H Farrisi About StovesAny Kind You Need Hes Got Em W B McRoberts DRUGGISrill Soils Kuriecs steady Mixed Paints Every gallon Guaranteed There is none better New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lead Oil Also f A Tested and Sure Bed Bug Destroyer The Interior Journal- sEntered in the PottOJKu at SlalfollC uconddatt itialttr NOTICE You should see us before you let out your house carriage and root Taper hanging a We hue amplesd paper tram three leadIDthou M and can sell you wall cheaper than you can teallt EtIinate turntshed on at All work guaranteed- J J BELDKN 0 Co Somerset street INSURANCE Fln Lightning WlndHtornt Life nfl ItI Accident Noiw T an HKHT CoinpmiUii UipnwntwlUwistINM slhlc IbtC m on Unequalled Tulle with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky nshlnoo Phone Ko 82 R A JONES Dentist 5TANFORDKENTVCKY Office hi Myers House Parlor Phone No1 J H BOONE C CO Proprietors LIVER fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Coil Call on us on Depot Street Also RateIi BD CARTER Successor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable STANFORD KYI IYourhandled on commission Stock Rons In Connection JJuJ TraHlortl DtALIR IN WHIsk Brandu Wines Beer GIflars Etc t Oarptntsr Houo Olojn t3 Ospct STANFORD KY Prompt ml polite atttntlon Nothing but the bu m to drink cr tlerrl orders receive p DtompHlttnttoo Give Me Your Order d I Can Please You Why buy ready made clothing when there Is so little difference In tho price ol high grade ready made suits and a suit made to OUI measure taken by an ex- perfenced tailor I have a handsome ilne of Sprlcg IDods I can make from a low price business suit to the finest drmlsuit Also Spring overcoats and trousb lithemake up myself for those who prefer it C RUPLEY the Tailora ir Pruitt Brothers t a 1Jllrlltlsrortlvrre this r hn4 nil excellent Hssortment of the iioststyih lili tnlllliifry now on hand PRUITT BROS nMortInnd POSTEDWe whose names appear below strictly forbid buntlug fishing or any kiwi of ties pissing on our place and will prosecute violator to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Relchenbtch ira Fred VonQruenlgan Albert VonOruenlRan or Fred VonAlltnan Fred BaumanaeAllred Simpson Miss Mattie H Hewe E ReIchenbach Charles Cummins Jos naiiou A C Dunn S M Holmes tI W EAmon W R DaughertyIM D iiPeterJ E lImes W F ShomakerloThomas Ferrhli Green F J Conn John II Oameullcb Sam Trlfbrldlte A D Root Ullluhs Enlslln Frank OordlcrI ii tl II t NUMBER L ONEII11 HII S IIIHORSES Valuable for and AND tpralni joint ofI In I nestt rlncboue h founder toreneat of of Joints wind gall by ill ao IIDIIIECTIONSAlwuYI over a of cloth For sprain stiltgjointit etc the Liniment should II thoroughly rubbed Into the parts af three times u For IIetcI il23cDR Pharmacisth WN CRAIG L STANFORD KVJ FOR SALE I Eight hundred acres of at fine tent as you will fint In Central Kentucky with twenty thousand ortrof brick bull Jlnjt on linJ runnlnc water free pike close to this only f jo an acre W BURLLEV Bowling Gr tn Ky For Rent or Lease- rA iplcndli large dry itOrerOOl- and a large warehouse attached recently occupied by Levy Uros Stantord Ry All ply for particulars to J B Owsloy or to The County National hank J B OW8LFV Sanford Ky For SalePrivatelyM- yhouse and 10 acres of land situated just of town limits on the Somerset pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and ser ants room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for stock J P BAILEY Nice Home For Sale I Having decided to return to Somerset I offer for sate privately my 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 the homo Is most delightful one For further particuI lars call on or write me at Somerset Deck or Wm Beck at Stanford EID Peyton p 7 DEALER IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford j liar your eolt i ns triitiil by T F GROSS RItha tutor of hoDut nnil horse iloetor RU- StUOIIIIllIrllllttlll A S PRICEISurgeon Dentist KENTUCKY Office illjtho rRSTORATIVECURE5 iOysjettental tnnhontIouintjevelopment rfuintifPr trunslitpitiini and other troKblrxm otbrrra1MAke FOR SALE AT PENNYS PRUO ST- ORCKentuckySquirrel had boy stnlllon with one whlto foot full HllulrrllliC lablistitititiitlItuekyHllulrlll giltIRPnrniy of Kivnt xtiilllom In tin mnktiip of bis pnllKitH Kintuiky squirrel will wrvc IIIl1nlt III to lnun n llvliiK colt Trnillnu rsponllOlityKing NapoleonJtliick Tuck 1511 Ininils luau Wn Hlriil n TnrkliiBtons XnpoUfin lilt iliim liv illnrlc awk Sot who vta it lOll of HtlmilriiOiilx by IVterM lilnek ltitwk Sin ilnin liv Coyhooii Viiiurye JlIIIIIIlIlIh tbo owner nt SIll to Innunn llvtnecolt Trail nIHtiinfonl Kyo TEMPLE LULL STOCK FflRM- iasf3n o Placs CUr Limits Harrodsburg Kentucky S UM lAnf lyoitrolil nuonl tIt In tails boat ovoruinlmlf mile trurk Sir of S with rrc oriUlctter than 4il Cliiiiiiplon how Iitra Kiiituukyanil Ifiidlm air of hlthrliii hnr eiin l hlIl11gfoi to InnllhllIlIIolt itistt n good OhtT lInot for mill iX eot to kirp him unit linsil i nil his lid liU prixlucv lit It N rlInlllrtI lust J will work for I lit wilrof iii high prlcm no iniittcr to whom they till IlcnuiM blsfoltM ii ropntu tlon nnil linvi Mihl for hlKlur prlrit uiule viloiMil tluin I l1ot4 of nny stIlt Ion ii Mirtcr ormljolnlni uiitliM itrtl l1t1t11t ioltx luivu tnkiii iiion immjtims tluin thont of fly jtis lion In Mrrrtr or niljolnlnt iuiin ta lib Ihrnum ho hits ii IMtttr rtiiml us rncc horse luivliiK won In out of il rnroii Ixttir rtfonl n alloW horiw Iiii TIsrerllrtl Ixnf is tinonly horM ulrol liy u horno with iirironl of Si4 it K Oluy who lii- irtl roltn with record Inttir unit tItnnil with n limit 1IllIlrtl that ivcry roll hnil look n stu titus ni riionl nnil n rllllllelllllllHllprllllolwns1I1IltrIIIlIt it tin lIt ii nit wlurai ulrt U KOhivt lil for W ii Mint whom till iii Mild for II rs wlioMiliinrnKlri Olitl Wllkcsi wild for j Ii fur n huh IntPnMtiiiul who hlnisilf UUil snf soul nt thno vinrK old for SlJUI mid nt J yiiirx old fur f I7O nnil that hi iii setiftreil roll to for over IIUolllllilRh rJMomid tIII11S from IIill to IJUIMITCIT inljoliiliitf ioillitlr nth thritof ItiU I rolls wrs ivur trnlniil for SKTI anil they nil took record 7th Hut oni of It d Letifs colts Will rvrr rnciil mid ntnrtiil In or rtirtn wlnnliiK lltot In OIK mill Mroiul In nil tilt otlnrn shown the YinrlxMik nnil showed miles In S1B I nnil woiilil have Ineiin Kenmitloniilbori hllelIin lived Mb lied Unf Hired tutors huts lilKliprlitit teiimn tluin any stnlllon Kentucky In tile pimt two yours Vtb I Ill show xiVlTIll OITTK Of over iStii for pair now have None of thow xolil live yearn old and iuit of them undur three years old Now any It you want n trotter Ilrtl 1tiifaliretl touet tnimiifi his sirts Is Olin of nlIhMt Hlren of extreme speeil and bin dam Krent producer and hn liv one of tho worlds ureatext of npenl Iteil Wllkcm mid hlHHlreN dam the Kreatent lirootl man i tilt worlil If you want a show borw be ii iiroven bo can net them of the hlKhot ity u IhrlIroltllllllrn liv him allOW g through the circuit In regular anil itweipstaktH stud wlnnliiK tl out of show ooinetliliiK eimalled only liy the worlds faiiioiiH Oypsy Quivn Ij you want litml is horses he ran get them that will nell for toIwhy not nlko hlllIoollIIncl Jack to stand ittato Insure n living colt It KOODI1AKD Z FARMERS DEPARTMENT G A Swinebroad had 50 hogs to die InoC choleraMilk for sale W H Furr Flntwootl ICySW P Hume sold his 230acre fann near Paris at 90 A J Winkler of Knoxville bought flvc mules here at 125 to 150 J H Boone sold to A J Winkler a f Knoxville five carlords of hay at 10 Capt Sam Browns Broadcloth won the Arkansas Handicap and furnished the sensation of the Memphis meeting Mrs A D Root sold ttLandIhichtanan a dozen Plymouth averaged CJ pounds She got lOc lie r pound for them Monte Fox sold 1200pound to I C VanMctcr of Lexington at 5c Frank Robinson of Garrard sold to J P Harper a horse for 150 and to Prof Gordon a mare for 155 Advocate T Harbison Co of Lexington IS 20 horses at tho Cincinnati and will take them East Cora the New York market They were bought at prices ranging from 305 to 110 At the Clay sale in Madison cattle brought from 4 to 490 hogs 475I two aged horse mules 310 one pair of threeyearold mare mules 315 BOWS and pigs 1850 to 25 a nice family horse 1S5 and threeyearold cojt 216 Jo Coffey sold Kollin Browning family mare for 150 IL K Young bought of Scott Montgomery a walking horse for 125 J H Young bought of W F Owsley Son a saddle mare for 175 Scott Montgomery bought a combined mare of J M Turner for 125 Adair News There are 2755915 mules in the United States valued at 217632832 Texas is the leading State in the mule industry with 399018 antI Mississippi second with 311444 and Missouri thin with 292888 mules South Carolina is credited with 19521 The United States leads in this great animal in du try The average value e4iiles ii given at 7888 against 6793 for horses jIN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The Mercer county poorhouse was destroyed by fire Minerva Dobkins who killed young Tnte in Pulaski was given five years in the penitentiary Lee Hays formerly of Corbin had all the fingers of his right hand cut off by a ripsaw in a lumber ycard at Lex ington The jury in the case of J Helton charged with killing Dave and Tom Fletcher in Knox failed to agree after being out 60 hours Hugh and Sam Merideth charged with murder and Farmer Baker charged with forgery escaped from the Clay county jail at Manchester W J Bryan lectured at Williams burg and promised 500 from the lien nett fund of which he is trustee with which to endow n scholarship in the WiIt liamsburg Institute William Arnold died from injuries sustained in a runaway accident He was about 80 years old and one of Rich monds wealthiest citizens A wife and one daughter Mrs Harry B Hanger survive The examining trial of J B nntdrum George and Frank Ward in jail ere charged with killing Jeff ColT at Pittsburg last Saturday night and which was set for Wednesday was put fI until today by the Commonwealths account of absent witnesses says a London dispatch The Middlesboro Town and Lands Company has sold the greater partlof its holdings as follows The Kentuckyi Investment Company H wood president buys all their improv ed property on Cumberland avenue ex ept the Coal and Iron Bank buildingc also the Manchester t own Company office J L Manring uys the opera house and library build ng W W Horne of Cynthianar t the Middlesboro Hotel which he will open at once The deal carried a change in finances of 150000 Messrs Henry Steel and Frankell will be managers to look after the remnimlJr- oC the Town Companys property he Very Best Remedy For Bow el TroublesNo Family Can Afford To Be Without It 11 regard Chamberlains Colic CholeVa and Diarrhoea Uemedy as one of the very best remedies for bowel troubles wrlte8Mr J W Hanlon ditoroitheDespatehOciIlatGeorgia sr make this statement after having the medicine In my family forsev eral years I fllfl never without ItII No family can ulTord to be without a bottle of this remedy In tho house Its certain to be needed sooner or later sale by LyneBros Crab Orchard First Suburbanite Have you begun to make garden yet Second Suburbanite Well Ive made sort of beginning I have begun to let tho neighbors chickens scratch up my back yard Hello the facetious wagontpngue called to the wheel you look tkedc Yes retorted the wheel many a wheel has become tired because a wagl gin tongue spoke too much Thomas M Hifner 73 years of agea prominent citizen of Woodford coun ty dropped dead of heart disease 1 Last Hope Vanished When leading physicians saul that W M Smlthart of Pekln la had In curable consumption his lust ho o DISCOIorgrave Ho says This great gpcclllc com plctoly cured mo and saved my lifts Since tben I have used it for over 10 years and consider It a marvelous throat and lung euro Strictly stolen tide care for Coughs Sore Throats or Colds sure preventive of Itiuumonlti Guaranteed lICk and 61 bottles at G L Pennys Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Trial bottle free Negotiations for the purchase of the openedbetweentives of the traction lines McKinney Woolen Mills McKInnoy Kentucky LtnsyhniinlJilts InntitlnfurIiintingsitI DORSET GOLD DUST 12055 1FilII brother to Kitillc Jlu iIt- 4hr4tl iy ZlioatIi Uokhillot hIt liv UoldllIt isauitphtirse3 tltlllthht smut to Jtunlt h Uol Msirsiukitnllloitilotewiulini from Jintin MnrKitn on hllrkllunIHirwy tloUldiiit is n shirk Isliflis full ImiKl wilvlis 131 IKUlllleIprovtn nnil uiilforin bnn lir tli highfinroiiil nnil Kii tirn liorMn combining nil th Iii IsS for inrtie mill Miitilli iiiiil nrr itt tlcmiiml tii prlr Tin rliiimpton Miilitu ahorsltllthuMir lila TVW k olTcml fur limn IIItllk1 litIhinMthrMnFSM ThIF liKlli MtmifoiMor iHiiulll Ky THE WARfiELDI Trial 5SI Trotting toaledAurora New VorK Ired Dare Devil JHIS record J09 slreof The usia Ideal 3IJVj LordDerbyLord March Lady of the Manor llelrat Law King Charles Jlocklnc Ho y Merest all with records under os First dan NauichtrOlrl by lIsa Assert cot SaJOO Sod dam lluerma by llamhrlnn King fib lard dam Dollitt by Nutwood too lilt dam Topaz by Mrathtnorr 5th damIMlllard 6th dam tfed br Forest Tthdsm Lady Turner by Mambrl TVurSnld was worked only Ot days last season and showed a Il clip over a bad1 half ratio track He U sound good headed good gaited good wind good ft and legs and kind and easy to handle In an out of dayHeit Owens near tlcrtlnney at IIS to Insure 1anotberseason monry due Lien retained on rolls until season Is paid SOLF IAN X OVFiSI GEORGEHUR One of the finsst Hnglish coach horses in the State will make the present season at my place on Siias Andersons farm at eo to insure a living colt money due colts gets up or mare is parted whenI lien retained on colt until season paid George I lur is black four white- feet and white face weighs when in good shape t6oo pounds stands full 10 hands SpringGeorgesplendid driver a quiet and safe horse at any work He was sired by lien Mur Major 273 3135 Grand Sire Scott 3430 ieotlelIurcountry has proved to be a sure foal get cr George Hur i half English coach and half Clydesdale best draft horses in the State For further interrelation call on or write Wm at Cy and we invite all lovers of horses to all and examine George Ilur Care taken responsiblehouldI will also stand my line Jack Jim Port er at the same place at- Vst eH SriiNKLKs Rowland Ky A FAMOUS REMEDY IcurrdMYcouKhnlthCtrmanByrupf lie wrote to Or O O Green jr II An as true a I tell you doctor dear Im feetln finer titan ever Ive been The poor consumptive should not be the victim experiment as he often is but the moment the disease manifests its presence he should be Bo schees Gernutu Syrupapure mionalco holic medicine that made spe for the cure of consumption and has a world fame as a for catarrh olds c sore throat and all bronchial affections in old and oung- n is sold in all civilized countries and isa been famous as a consumption cure for almost half a century Trial bottle 350 Big bottle 750 At ll druggists throughout the world For Sale at Pennys Drug Store Galton 12910 Sired byOarnbetta WUkl 2lGt 1st data Daisy Field granddam of Alice Wilkes S17 Alretta IilSK by Knflold sire of six In 330 and dam of to In 330 or belt r Sad thedaunathe blood of four leading families Wllkei Itambletonlan Mlullbrlno Chile and SeeteV4 American Star Gallon Is a dark bar 11 3H breeds large with floe title and action and a sire of speed Only three of Gallons colts havebvcn handled linIn all workI Atthehorses I have rrcently sold four of lilt colt three to flreyearaold at an average if 1300 Sol1 another fourycurolil for 1100 shit tnt crippled before shipping therefor lost the sale hate one can sell at any tune for 500 Mr MUJIeton and n rscf IfdOhInt at 91 000 This U just a few Instances of recent saeo Gallon hitis made all of Lis seasons at my stable II In all and served the last three season an average of 5 tusres- theaesseon This Is another of the b t recommendations stallion ran hut llctwata great show horse In his Toung days hIving defeated acme of the ht In Lame claite and labored under a treat disadvantage owing tna very bad cripple in one shoulder at t twoyearold with the crlpplaha can work a mile In tM but little handling HIS pret1um Idone not what he Is folng to do fur I think hi futuio will be much better as tue is lot mare he is of late are much better titan IsIs first iwuoru 1 Galoni sire Oambetta Wilkes has produced one of the greatest fatnlllt lie laIn the 513 list This N more shin any other horse hat In 30 ha liii Id in tSv ai i better This Is morn than any other horse of hi age ha In the 535 lbs Gauibvlta inona and daughters have over too In the 3M lIt Thl U proof that Ualtnn his a right for what I claim for him Cuba will stand at III to Insure a llto colt maM traded off after breeding forfeits Insurance Uras after the Seth of April at ft pr plkboneFirst Nationalof Ban Stock 50000 IICapItal was originally established as Hank of Stanford In 1111 reorganised the National Hank of 1then In 11M and araln roOrtanti0d as First National naik of Stanford la havfns had prartlcally an nnlnter ruptei existence for U yeara It ii better supplied nDW with facIlIties tar transacting basinets promptly and well than ever before In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Core porations Solicited I J B Paitoa J B Owsley 111 Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter J II Potter LO Coach WII Cummins W it It L Rubble w II Shanks almost amount tramp money ATKIUH STANFORD Officers Press HAHIIM Vies llcUOIIEUTS Ohr WRAKRNAittOhr Directors nvllu Stanford Hooker Stanford McRinneyM lUuRhman Stanford Ulll Stanford Robinson Hubble Ilauchman Stanford ttui Stanford Tate Stanrotdr LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK j CAPITAL STOCK 8OOOO Directors Successors The Farmers lank Trust Company and under same management for year W- eSOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT such business relations will prove mutually beneficial JtIictrsIf IrrulnPaxton rreelJutI Cashier Wi Oashs The Gibralter of Rockcastlc County Financial Institutions CITIZENS BANKIOF BRODHEAD KY I OHcrc the People Safe and Coiiicrvntivc flanking System Accounts of Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited Give your luifincsn Jill wo guarantee pleacant and profitable relation Pay cent interest nil deposit of 8100 moro when in hunk lilt not checked upon for period of six months 1 j W HUTCHESON Cashier UMBRELLAS Recorered and repaired and made as good al new for ii I can Hi your umbrella bitter than the repairers and for lets Give me a trial KNK Stanford s fled tCeaT Undertaker Kmlmlnier qua DenIer in Ilnrni63lSiuldlcry tVc KENTUCKY e t 3 8 HOOKER I T V J J W II 5 r KolA n T harris J S f S II T IV iiJ U J M l 0 E t to A Hoping II 3 Vice W M 0 WALKER Assl to to a n is 3 per on or left the a t a DIXIE The Mix Mlit lit nil pony will ki t lie IIf s out mini nt mv pliiii tits r IVvlonn WHI nt 11 Its liiMirti it living roil Hi U admit li ImiuU hIgh ii Uliiitlful lti unit II MTfcct iid tIlsI tin Oiirt1 lit klt In priviiil ncrldciiln hut not reuslitfitsi his nhoulil nay oiriir Miirtii Kriiiiil nt riiiMiniilih riitr CIIMtlIK NUNMKMiKV TiirniNvlllo Ky is L Beazley CO lTiidertakers ami Embalm ore Also DenIers in Fur niture MnttingsKugs They will exchange Furniture for nil Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Pries Right STANFORD KENTUCKY