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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f if fr- 1 t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 25 J905 NO 16 OTTENHEIM Gardening Is the chief work of tho day James Bros are on the eve of maY Ing their saw mill to Faulkner Dhlhons farm on the Stanford and Ottenhein pike Ed Bollard Thomas Collier and Jesse Kidd formerly of this place but now to see theirheret of Somerset were best girls Ephrnlm James lost n valuable milk cow lost week U G Collier lost n nice suckling mule colt Wm Anderson solei a family horse toW T White Corn gMl price Henry Davie who has been seriously til with peritonitis Is convalescent Jebb Chandler who was successful r operated on for nppundlcltls sever and spend was able to woks ago Davis r n few hours with his friend Henry Tuesday John Wenlxel the Ot tenheim merchant who hw been w riously Ill Is much Improved Mrs John McKinney Is still confined to hor Lard with grip Too Much Love Chlcugo In M Milton C Sohenckof hb wife t01l1 nlmnuovVKdefense for Justice Mnhony that ho was compwlte- to irevi homo IX cau o of Uip unreal win loved him rarHllt8 of a wife toomuchamlbollovcHlin a perpotua hone roan Shewouklcallmoup en the tolo phone and we would Iwre eonvowntloi liko this Is this my ownHo boys T YPs door I Come homo and kIM your IIttlo wife she would command hue i judge I just had to dolt t She would call me home suddenly taking me from my work When I nr rived fenrinfc that some accident had befallen hor she would meet tneat the door Then she would say Why didnt tootsie kiM hit honoybunch owMy this morning 7 It was a OMO of either Rive up work and live on love or give love nOlI eat And Judge tcouldnt UvoftnlovoT1 1 coneludettatltotu That a good kind at a wife to have said the court and I am going to hold you for the grand Jury COMMA COSTS 2OOOoooAn In t tercating story is told of an Inserts comma which cost the United State Government 2000000 When the United States Congress wa drafting tho tariff bill it enumerated in one see tion the articles to bo admitted on the free list Among these were all for sign fruitplants Tho copying clerk in his superior wisdom omitted the hyi cn and inserted a comma after fruit so that the clause road nil foreign fruit plants etc The mid take could not be rectified for about n year and during this tlmo all oranges lemons bananas grapes and other for cign fruits woro admitted free of iluiy r with a loss to the Government offal least 2000000 for that year tRheumatic Pains Quickly Rep Moved The excruciating pains nhawterls tic of rheumatism mid sciatica arc I quickly relieved by applying Cham berlains Pain Hahn Tho groat pair relieving power of tho liniment hat y boon the surprise and delight of thous ands of suiTerers Tho quick rellol from light which It affords U alum worth many times its cost For Hale by Lviw pros Crab Orchard Homeseekere1 excursion to Michigan via Queen Crescent Route Tickets on sale May 2nd tend IGth at greatly reduced rates to AuSablo Beaverton Branch Brethren Cadillac Gladwin Kalcva Manistee Merrill Lcwbton 1nndSt Helens Tickets are limited days from the dato of sale Ask agents for particulars or write E N Aiken T P A Lexington Ky or W C Ilncarson G P A Cincinnati 0 a FriendHello old man I hear you were held up and robbed by footpads k lost night Oil Magnate I win- sFriendAwfully unpleasant exper ience eh7 Oil MagnatcOh I dont know It had its good points They didnt complain that my money was tainted No said Senator Shugar somewhat indignantly I cannot lend myself tfl any such scheme But Senator Interposed the lobby 1st we dont want you to lend yourself Youll be well paid for your trouble In the matter uotrd sayUtatSambo as ha really doesnt know what has become of the chickens in his neighborhood but he specta theyve entered the ministry Hartford Herald Keep your bowels regular by tho use of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets There Is nothing better Porsalo by Lyno Bros OrabOrchard LANCASTER A fairly good crowd was In town county court esterdayIMiss Irene Romans and her visitors Misses Cristy and Miles returned Monday to Madison Institute at Richmond The Easter service given by tho children of the Junior Endeavor Society Sunday evening at tho Christian church was very much enjoyed Rev H N Faulconcr preached at th Presbyterian church Sunday morning and evening He is engaged in wan gclical work In the East A handsome picture of Miss Mary Lear who has been asked to act a- ii8Niiaor at the Confederate reunion a Louisville in June appeared In Satur days Iisngs The flower salo to ho given by the Ladles Aid Society of the Christian church will begin Saturday 29th Thi flowers will bo on salo In the Evani rooms just below the Mason Hotel John M Duncan formerly county court clerk has nnnoutKod himself as n candidate for tho olllce of county judge subject to tho action of the republican party Nominations for other office will be mado later on but It fa undor stood that a full republican ticket will not be preiuntod Miss Mnyme Italian of Brynnlavilio htt been with relatives hero for n feu days Mn J W Swesney it with hoi brother in n short while luulYIUOfor Owsley Creek was In town Sunday Misses Sallle and Mar tha Blkin returned from Now Smyrna Fla whoro they have been siKimltnK the winter The marring of Mb Naomi HnmU ton and Mr J W Hamilton Sundnj wHine was a surprise to their man frieoda Mb Hamilton and Mr Ham Hton accompanied by Mr Ed G Doty drove to Danvlllu and were married bj Dr R II Coarse returning homo thai night Mr and Mrs Hamilton are nt present at the Hamilton House Mrs Juliet Rogors and Miss Jennie Dunctin are in Danville with relatives Mn Rogers took part In tho musical program at the Second Prosbylerinr church Sunday Mrs C S Dcnmar tats iftuniad toher home in Nicholas vile after a visit to her paronU Mr and Mrs Alex West Miss Katie Lee Denny has boron with Mss Janio Doly J B Hutchins sold a horse to Gros- S Sutton for 97 J S Pellus bough a mule for SO W II Brown sold li hogs to W II Brown at JJc J P Rogers bought a yearling horse from Valter Petlus fur 8O Mrs Tom Tur nor sold n cow and calf to Briar Kemp jr for p35 Morford Dunn bought of It II Montgomery 10 bushels of hemp seed at 125 G W Thompson sold a horse to Sam Morfonl for 100 and bought one from James Bratton for 190 Chamberlains Cough Romedy tho Best and Most Popular Mothers by It for croupy children railroad men buy It for severe coughs and elderly people buy itfor In grippe say Moore Bro KUlon town ttc sell more of Chamberlains Cough Remedy than any otho kind It seems to have taken the lead oversetera other good brands There is no question butthls medlolno is tho host ihat can lx procured for coughs nUll cold whether It IK a child or an adult that U uflllcted It aUays cures amours quickly Sold by Lyno Uros Crab Orchard The death some months ago of George Washington Todd tramp am wanderer revealed that he was worth r0000 which relatives in this State and Canada are now fighting for says 1 Rochester lad dispatch Some timt before he died Mattie Mattice ofOnon- daga lull sheltered tho man While in her house he accidentally killed her canary and immediately wrote her n note for 5000 Tho woman kept it more for n joke than anything else but when the existence of Todd wealth became known presented il against his estate Surrogate Benton upheld the note as valid Other notes arc held by people who befriended Todd Cheated Death Kidney trouble often ends fatally hilt by choosing tho tight medicine 1110 II Wolfe of Hear Grove la headed death Ho says Two years ego I had Kidney Trouble which caused mo grout pain suffering and anxiety but I tool KIcctrlo litters which effected a complete cure I have also found them of great lx nellt In genera debility and nerve trouble und keep tlvpm constantly on hand since I llnd they have no equal 0 L Pen ny Stanford anti Lyno Uros Crah Orchard drugglHU guarantee them at cents DolliverMrs Grimes says her hus hand is the best man that ever lived Wicklow Maybe he Is but he isnt the best man that ever died for that man wits wifes first husband Boston Transcript 4e NEWS NOTES State College girls are being taught to swim by a unique system It is probable that the Chicago gram jury will investigate the teamsters strike A tornado cut a path through a Texas town without Injuring a single res- Ident Virginia Carroll one of the most noted lurfmen In the country died nt New Orleans Secretary Hay who has just left Genoa for Milan says he has quite recovered his health withIthubuilding naval vessels Mrs Henry Anthony is under arrest at Columbus 0 on tho charge of poisoning her two children The handsome home of Brutus J Clay nt Auslorlllz Bourbon county valued nt 10000 was destroyed by fire Four men were asphyxiated and two seriously overcome by gas at tho Edgar Thomas Blast Furnacee In Braddock Pn The Hamburg American Line steam or Pennsylvania from Hamburg brought on iU last trip 8030 p uengora 2880 being in tho slwrage A plot to kill the Cinr anti kinsmen was discovered among troops of the Im penal guard Many officers anti people of royal birth are involved On the body of an unknown murder ed man found tied to n tree in West Virginia was pinnod to n card on which was written You will bother us no more Mrs Donald McLean of New York was elected president general of the Daughters of tho American Revolution at the convention of the socIety in Washington Joseph Jefferson the veteran actor thud at Wast Polm Boaeh Fin Sun day lib wife and two of his sons were at bb bedside The body will be takon to Itumrda flay Mass for burin Preaident Roosevelt will visit Chicago on Wednesday May 17 stopping over on his return trip to Washington from the West The Hamilton Club has ai ready begun arrangements for a public receptionThe grand jury nt Chicago resumed HA investigation of the buss ness of sausage casing as carried on by the beef packers Over a score of clerks and employes of the packers were examined Charging Alexander and Hyde with misappropriation of funds to their own use Chicago policy holders ask the Fed oral court to appoint a receiver to windup tho affairs of the Equitable Life As suarnce Society The Daughters of the American Revolution adopted a resolution appeal ing to Congress to pass such legislation as might be necessary to destroy polit cal power in the Mormon Church which was termed a hierachy The failure of P J Potters Sons lank is announced at Bowling Green It had n capital stock of 75000 and deposits of 700000 It was the oldest bank in Southern Kentucky and was rev garded as one ofthe strongest Depos itors will be paid in full During a circus parade in Columbus 0 six horses attached to an animal wagon ran away and crashed Into the windows of a furniture store There was a wild rush for safety by the spectators and several persons were run down and seriously injured Secretary HitchcockdismissedActing- Superintendent Wilson of the Indian warehouse in New York and seven Inks for irregularities in office Several employes who were being carried on the pay rollswerejeakl to U per forming no service forthegbvcrnmentT President Burris A Jenkins of the Kentucky University t has received nI otter from Andrew Carnegie stating that the latter will give 25000 for the erection of n science building for that college provided the authorities of the Institute can raise a like amount of new ndowmentThe e paid by the Standard Oil Company for crude oil has ltd to renewed agitation regarding the establishment of Independent 1refineriesln Kentucky Local capitalists with extensive interests upper and lower fields are establishing n refineryat Georgetown and will make ag asphalt About Rheumatism There are few diseases that inlllct moro torture than rheumatism and there Is probably no disease for which such a varied and useless lot of rem dies have been suggested To say that It can bo cured Is therefore a bold statement to make but Chamberlains Pain Halm which enjoys an extensive sale has met with great success In time treatment of this disease One appli cation of Pain Halm will relieve tho ale and hundreds of sufferers have testified to permanent cures by its uso Why suffer when Pain Balm affords such quick roller anti costs but a trifle For sago by Lyno HrosCrabOrchard HUSTONVILLE Miss Sudie ofStanford la vis sting Mrs J A Blain D S Carpenter sold to Sam C Mack In of Lebanon a coming threeyearold unbroken colt by Dignity Darefor 225 The farmers here are well up with their work some few having finished planting corn S M Owens finished on the 15th A large Irish potato crop was grown In the West End lost year and 25c per bushel is the market price here and dull nt that price The commencement exercises of the Graded School will be held nt Alcorns Dpera House Monday night May 29th to which all are invited The inimitable Ralph Bingham will hold the boards at Alcorns Opera House here on Tuesday evening May 9 Come and enjoy a hearty laugh with the great humorist Walter VanArsdale sold a harness horse to Jas Harper forSUO D C Al- Ien bought a car of hogs last week for which ho paid sIc He b paying 2Sc and the rise for wool James Harper of Salisbury N C is here this week buying a carload of horses Mrs Amanda Bradley of Brad fordsville visited Mrs Weatherfordf- llnd other friends hero last week S and C C Carpeuter sold to Wm Hermit of Chicago a four year old gelding by Dignity Dare for 000 George M Glyeift bought of D C Al len 72 ewes at 886lvith the lambs thrown in Prof Eubank was called to Winches lInijMaryrive this week to spend the summer with her many relatives and friends who anxiously wait to welcome a loving and devoted woman All subscribers to paw whcTlive in the West End and on tho Liberty and Chilton routes have their hats otf again to the editor for having established a rural route connecting closely with Rural Route No1 from thiiCptace by which connection the papers reach here at 1 oclock the day of publication and Kidds Store Hartwell Liberty Ellisburg Pownrs Chilton and several other places later the same day The Hustonville ball team played Central Universitys first team here Saturday which resulted in a score of C to 2 in favor of our boys The result was an agreeable surprise to the Hus tonville team as two or three of their best players were not here and their places were faken by men some of whom had not played ball for two jears Thanks to lion C F Montgomery for efficient work at first base Yowell was in the box und two base hits was all that Central could find of his delivery Bring on another horse The board of trust es of the Graded School vbitedlthe school in a body last Tuesday and spent several hours care fully inspecting and transacting other business After paying all expenses Cora nincMnontlis scliooCinchujingjaw rent they find they will a snug sum left in the handS treas urer 8 The building committee finds it- canercct for about 3500 a building much better ndaptedfor purpose with tho surplus money overKndabove the amount necessary to run n nine monlhs school without increasing the taxation one cent So the Graded School will have a home and when paid for the tax can and will be reduced Thanks of the entire community are due to the efficient board of trustees- MATRIMONIAL Mrs Mary Moore aged 69 and Lloyd Riggs 67 eloped from Jefferson county to JetTenJoniUe and were married iCornelius Houp it Aliss 1i mi 6ub son oofBurgin were married nt the home ofthe bride bythe Rev WD Willburn- Mr mid Mm Midget IIIIII hnllorl our IHvavnifiit the marriage ofphi iliiiiulittT 11111eiutlnnto Mr Tom Tliumti- mi till 11111 lilt of Tueuiuythe tutu of Slay Out thousand nlno hundred und fin nt right oclock lit Wnltonn OHT HoiiKC ritiiornl Admission SV HoservtMl Htiits V On May 10th at high noon the mar riage of Miss Mary Louise eldest jaughter of Mr and Mrs Edward Mc Afee to Mr J W Hutcheson cashier 9f the Citizens Bank of Brodhoad will be solemnized at Providence church In McAfee the homo of tho bride This wedding was to have taken last fall but owing to a death in the brides amily was postponed until Spring ilnrrodsburg Democrat A Daredevil Ride Often ends In a sad accident To heal iccldental Injuries use Duck lens Ar- nica Salvo A deep wound in my foot from nn accident tt writes Theodore Schuele of Columbus t5caused me grent pain Physicians were helpless jut Hucklens Arnica Salvo quickly Baled It Soothes and heaps burns like naglo 2oo at G L Pennys Stan lord and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard druggists Ai limitation For Everybody 1 To conic to the New Store buy your Clothing Hats and Lading and Furnishings HighGrade Goods at Low Pric- esSAMROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY We Sell WARRANTED PURE VINEGARS Nothing ninriMinwliolcsonu state tin ogerms to liPiilth tliini the ehcnn urld vlmKiir fmiuciitly otTentl ran wilflmt you should know Unit HKINX V INKUAKH comply with tho nun food of every Htiitw In the Inlun mid ivory country In the world TlwlIft only strictly mid iitaolutely mire und nufe but they urn properly nueil Kinooth mid dvllcntv In nntnrmudsronu Helnz pure elder vliie nr from Ural reingofap pits Ifvlnz whlti pleklingvugnreF1IIletitrongndn Helnx pure mult vinegar brew d from nudt d Imrley W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY LaPorte Vehicles Hottest Styles Over 300 oC these vehicles have been sold in county which is of itself evidence of their merits The lug list of representative citizens who are using LnPorte LincolnIis made up front memory there are ninny others to whom we refer as to evidence of the worth of this Preston Deck Srja Hon M C Sautlcy J B Paxton lion H C Warren SaufleyJohn R Beazley Livery LiveryIL R Hushes W P Grimes S hockey Bank Presdt John Inn ui W ij OBannon Andrew Gooch Cicero Reynolds I F Hbldam and Spring Dry Goods Shoes Caps GenU wholesome Work Attractive pleasure M S Baughman Jas H Baughman Ino S Baughman Henry Traylor T D Newland Col T P Hill J W Brooks Jack Beazley Vm Underwood Luther Underwood Crit Eubanks Robert Sims VanArsdalej James Hays J C Bailey Thos Dudderar Porter Robinson Sidney Dunbar t E P Woods Robert Wools James Woods W H Higgins J No Menefee Sam W Menefee S J Embry Sr E T Pence E C WaltonaC V W C Shams W W Withers J C James LynnmBaileyoN A C Carman C Vanoy H J Darst Full carload of these popular vehicles re cently received by E T Pence Co Agents for Lincoln County r To popularize their new business in new buildings with New Stocks and New Lines being added i L G Weatherford Got Asks you to call ami you will bo convinced that they can feather your nostum We Are Showing prom The Best 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 and be convinced that you do not have to leave the East End to dress the feet in an uptodate style W E Perkins Crab Orchard Ky d I The Interior Journal f E C WALTON r i Tills months Pearsons Magazine gives the truo facts by an eye witness of the shackling of President Davis of the Southern Confederacy and confirms the impression that President HoosC velts estimate of Gen Miles who ordered the cowardly act done is correct 11 lie is absolutely worthy of no consider ation by the Southern people In fact he merits the supremest contempt for the base humiliation he put on their be loved leader If the general has polit loal aspirations he had as wellcurb them His name Is Dennis sins the revelation friend of Senator Black 11damaging us a book telling of the things that gentleman has Houses of the National Legislature the greatest of which was the pulling of a colleagues car A man with a record so good should have opposition for no office he seeks and Judge Paynter will doubtless quit the f race after he carefully peruses the lat est literary contribution What Has Blackburn Done EVERY one who has seen his match less portrayal of Rip Vdn Winkle will rejoice to know that the illness which threatened to put Joseph Jefferson to a longer sleep than old Rip experienced has been mastered and hopes are now i entertained that he will live much long er and continue to prosper LATER Sine the above was put In type the old actor has crossed the river of death and now sleeps the sleep that knows no waking tTnn marriage of a niece of Andrew Carnegie to rfoachman has v great excitement in Pittsburg and NewIt York but reports say the a capable one and while he may make as much money as a sleeping car porter we see no cause for alarm about his failure to provide for his bhnnit bride The New York and Pittsburg l people should have something real ex citing to gab about WHILE the two branches of the pro rhibitlon party fought for supremacy in t f the home of the original Keeley cure hospital at Dwight Ilf the supporters- of saloons slipped into power Dwight 8whose title to fame comes from the fact that the big Keeley Institute is located there for the first time in 21 years has let down the bars for the sell era of liquors 1CALEB POWERS has secured the as sistance of ExGov Richard Yates o Illinois to prevent justice being meted t out to him at his fourth trial at George k town In May The securing of addi tional counsel leads us to believe that Caleb feels his guilt and imagines hi almost feels the halter draw ti TILE Philadelphia Press wants to know if a womans kiss is worth 550000 Nay verily if she lives in the Quaker City but if you are talking of a Ken matterItState that it would be cheap to kiss at 100000 per So fashionable is appendicitis in Britishsociety circles that says Lon don Opinion many women would rath er have it than a threequarter length z photograph in a magazine The di sease is getting almost as fashionable in Kentucky EDWARD ATKINSON an authority on the subject having figured closely finds that a woman can dress herself handsomely on 65 a year Who will be thee first good woman to prove that Mr A knows what he is talking about THE Cincinnati Enquirer says if the demand for governmental ownership 1continues to spread the women will soon on the government taking charge of the department stores t SUSAN B ANTHONY says that women r have too many children As Susans + next will be her first she has no kick coming in that respect POLITICAL Senator Laban Phelps has withdrawn from the race for mayor of Louisville Prof W P Baugh of Science lilliI has announced for Representative of Pulaski r President Roosevelt has accepted Mayor Dunnes invitation to stop over In Chicago on his way back from the West The nnti boycott bill passed by the Colorado Legislature was signed by Gov McDonald Violation of its pro visions is punishable by fine or im prisonment or both Major Wm M Armstrong of Cleve land 0 formerly editor of the Plain Dealer of that city who is said to have t suggested the rooster as the emblem of the democratic party is dead Hon Charles A Towne says that the Pipresent tendency toward what is called 0radicalism is an outgrowth of dis I obedience to the law on the part of the great combinations seeking to estab lish monopoly Senator Orville H Platt died at his home in Washington Conn after a i yS long Jllnesp The immediate cause of his death was the breaking of nnab scess which had formed in the tight lung Strangulation ensued The Sea ntof was conscious and apparently with out pain until the last moment IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES B P Martin sold to Thomas Cecil r horse for 125 Lutes Co bought 70 stock ewes und lambs last week at 175 The aged mother of Judge W L Brown of London is dead Perry Cole has been appointed post master at Pittsburg for another four yearsJ Tipton associate editor of the Middlcsboro News was killed b n train near PinovilleIRed Men tf Hnrrodsburg will give a street fair and carnival during the week beginning May S The home of Joseph Richardson near Faubush PulaskJ county burned caus ing a 1500 loss with no insurance George and Frank Ward and J B Landram were held over to circuit court on the charge of killing Jeff Golf atPittsburgMrs Salter is dead at Danville She is survived by a husband and three children Mrs G W Chesnut Mrs Humphrey Hudson and Mr Robert Sal ter all of Boyle The Fiscal Court of Washington county after having been in session for two days for the purpose of electing a roadsupervisor elected G T Clements at a salary of 750 The body of constable Dan Jones was found In n mangled condition near the railroad tracks at London It is thought that he was murdered and robbed before his body was placed on the railraod track for the purpose of hid ing the crime The postofllcea at Funston and Sloan are discontinued The Sloan mail will go to Bronston and the Funston mail toI Savage The Dallas postofllcc has also been discontinued the mail being sent to Shopville All of them are in Pulas ki county The Cumberland Railroad Company has begun the work of grading its 12 mile extension up the valley of Brush creek Knox county and will fully de velop the immense deposits of coal in that region When the mines are fully developed several thousand men will be employedThe Is made by officers of Central University that the chair o English literature vacated in January by Dr Frank H Chase now of Beloit College Wisconsin will be occupi next term by Maurice G Fulton no a professor in the University of Michi gan at Ann Harbor Cov Beckham commuted from life offJames Mise of Laurel county an in mate of the State penitentiary Misc was sent up in October 1903 upon con viction of having killed Elisha Whitta ker The judges of the court of appeals recommended clemency Editor W P Walton whb has been anxious to launch a newspaper in Frank fort br purchase tho Kentucky Journal has made a deal with the owners of the Journal and will take charge of the sheet at once He is one of the most fearless journalists in Kenucky and will within a very short time thoroughly rejuvenate the JournalAdvo- cate A meeting of the Stockholders and Directors of the Cumberland Nash ville Railroad Company was held at Burnside and it was definitely determined to begin the construction of the proposed railroad from Corbin to Nashville the coming summer and a contract was authorized to be entered into with a Cincinnati Construction Company at once for the building of 20 miles of the road from Burnside to Monticello via Mill SpringsSomerset Journal Here and There All grades of refined oil have been reduced a halfcent a gallon Ivan Palaczat 102 years old is under arrest at Agram Austria for burglary Since the promulgation of anew law bullfighting has been resumed all over SpainHenry Wells shot and fatally wounded Frank Amos at a dance hall in Sharpsburg Easter contributions to the churches of New York City are said to have exceeded 250000 It is stated that President Castro of Venezuela shipped 1400000 in gold for deposit in New York Hedwig Niemann Raabe a noted German actress is dead in a Berlin stitute for mental diseases One person was killed and half a hundred wounded In a collison between workmen and policemen at Valparaiso Chili Field Marshal Oyama is said to be awaiting news of the sea fighting before resuming his operations against the Russian land forces On pretense of serving a search warrant three men gained entrance to theI apartments of Mrs D Gilmore InI 20th street New York and stole din monds worth 2500 SEATS on sale at McRoberts drugstore for the Tom Thumb wedding Re served seats35c general admission 25 cents CHURCH MATTERS Rev James Call a Methodist preacher aged 85 Is dead at Milton Rev J G Livingston will preach at Crab Orchard next Sunday at 11 oclock A M Rev L M Omer will preach at the Hubble Christian church at 280Sunda afternoon next Rev R B Mahony preached n splen did Easter sermon at Bradfordsvilli Sunday to a large congregation Rev Walter Holcomb is conducting an Interesting meotingnt Jackson Bus loess houses close during services The revival at the First Baptist church Somerset conducted by Evan gelist Martin closed with 30 conver sionsRev Gilbert Glass of this place and Dr E M Green of Danville oxchang ed pulpits Sunday and both congregations heard goodsermons On the cross just as the Savior died centuries ago a fanatical member of the Penltentes is reported to have died yes terday at Torres Las Animas county Cal Dr Dorgan pastor of the Danville Baptist church will begin a protracted meeting at the Baptist church here on Wednesday night Services will bo held at 3 and 730 I M Everybody come and help 0 M Hue pastor Frightful Suffering Relieved Suffering frightfully from the virulent poisons of undigested food C OI Grayson of Lula Miss took Dr Kings New Life Pills with the rev suit he writes that I was cured All stomach and bowel disorders give way to their tonic laxative properties 25e nt G L Pennys Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard druggists guaranteed THE L N will run a special train to Louisville Sunday May 21st at the low price of 175 for the rj rdtdv It will leave Stanford at A M Two cars for white people will be attached- T J Stigall sold a horse at Lancas ter for S75 INABOTM JR withhrttvyof Ktylv and tlnlih and hiimxtiriin high no nsoldNalwtthhilrwciidii 1223 poundi and only Aycnreold tbbNay lit1 Is lir Ita wrllkmiwn Niilmth win wiiHulml liy WnUlniMmin inv of Ijititmli orgfl1III1rlIurO tabedy MirInd dniii n thoroughliml Jit will nutkr th e sneer of ItIS lit my table In Ht the low price oftliUO to Innuro nheat- colt Money dim when volt fonlitlor iiinr tmrUtl with Sntrctradriorntttotvifron tbli county fnrftlt the htsurnnre and th e roueSunlll nlKtli Ii ron liliml liy thiliiftt horiuineito In the iKtt horn In Kenriickv to bard ti for hllthluu liiirii horwu tw him In foivjou lirevtl J It HKAIKY Ntunford Ky PROSPECT 2087 DESCRIPTION FoaledApril aS 1900 16 hands high solid bay with white feet be hind a model in form with superior 11le- a show horse second to none either i harness or under saddle tgS2hehe by Black Eagle he by ling William Dignity Dares ist dam Lizzie Mont by byRysdicksbyStonewall Srdamby Black Hawk Morgan jth dam by 01 ImpMessengerof mares the present season at 13 to in sure a live colt Money due when colt is foaled or mare traded or parted with Mares grazed al2 per mooch all bills paid before removal of mates not responsible for accidents or escapes Three miles from Shelby City on the Hustonville R pikeCARPENTER SANDIDGE J K BAUGHMANSNABOTH v Nfiboth bay threo years old and tmuch liner bone than lilt ilreio wall known In this part of the State au a breeder of peed itrle and durability Dam Nora Nor val by Nova 3 I4J a Mm ot Electioneer 125 Nora Norvali ant dam by Metropoli GeorgeWilkes byWby Thornton A apietldld Individ ual with a pedigree ai fine as any horse HUMMER JR Rayitallton J6JJ band a good Individual with abundant ipeed lIe ti by Hummer 6112 lire of Bouncer 200 Stately 8 11H Spat 4ountnineer2153f1112 Is a son of the renowned Electioneer and save one is the only sun of Electioneer Ivlngthat Is out ot a George Wilkes mare and with tbe exception of Arlon If the only son standing that hall a SiOD performer to hli credit llummer Jrsdum Is ulma by the great Lord Itmjell dam 3odlva by Auditor 7- 73HAPSBURG 509 byImptut Boy Anyone wishing avery high bred coach horse to breed on standard bre4 mares for getting style speed and action should lee tbli hon- eJESSE ALVERSOND Shetland Pony Flue Individual good breeder style and action All of these horses will stand at 110 to insure a living colt NAPOLEONWill also stand my Jack Napoleon at 110 fromAprilMares grazed aU2 per month which In all removedCaretakentoprerentaccldentabut ponilble should any occur J K BAUGHMAN Hostonvllle Ky i B S i- Mens Furnishings t 41 It tit++ ++ e+ ++ j a t- Are n very special part of our batlnoes anti are carefully whloh t f wl in every detail lho Fountain Shirt low fitting collar lull hotly long skirt nml every length sleeve from 01 to 84 l iuohca in nil the now colors in Negligee Style Separate Cute or GufJit uttnuhcd Price fiOo 81 8150 nml 2 sizes 14 io 19 Vo are the only people in Stanford who tell the Har ris Suspender and Belts Unquestionably the best Suepeftleriin the world That a big fpcooh but it is TRUE Try them nml yon will be convinced A new lot received yesterday of Urtistoin t Kicea Neckwear and theyaro beauties In Strings ItIuhnIHIof t t r + + + M + t It 1111 f+ I u- I H J MROBERTS STANFORDS i j llnvi your colts cm trubtl by T F GROSS lnlhI1Ithe tvrllknawr fitmtur of Lanes nml horw doctor Hntli fUtin kwtrnntwl FOR SALE McCINNEY ROLLER MILLS faRS0brr j Ullllv well Itlpped with modern maclilo ery In good repair Hat itorage capacity ot 5000 bushels of wheat also large corn bias and crlbt Wagon scales operated from cadre coal bias and Ice house All ender root Never tailing water in mill lot Mil ls within 100 teat of Cincinnati Southern U track and hat private tiding The loea tlon It good for the following reasons Me Klnney It nearest market to many of the largest wheat and corn growers In Lincoln county large territory furnHhlng custom grinding The teed and coal business In connection with mill pays oell No trouble to market all products trots mill HM deuce U a two tory six room frame with cistern on back porch Mllkliou at bark door cemented all comparatively new Largo barn buggy house In mill On ac count of my tailing eyesight and health meato quit the or particulars call on or address Dr Edw Al corn Ilu tnnvllle Ky or W II McKinney KyJ McKINNEY McKinney ICy DIGNITY DARE No 1932 Vol5 AS H It Mahogony bar back point white only on left bind foot 9 years old 15 a H hand 1200 ppuiidi strong lIt bone longrcraney tapering set mounted a saddle hone head and ear on him a model under baiter always wear blue itring In model rings wonderful style In harness a ihow hone turn When one year old wore all hooon In his clan wherever shown alto tbe him tlo In sweep as3T lie w wore 13 blue strings has never been defeated In fancy harness rings has always been the victor In utalllon take ring as a breeder when shown with three or more ot his get for tze style and general conformation and for all purpose lie It a saddle hone with five distinct galu fast line acting racker good In two walks and i nice loper very poiltlve In hie trot under laddie and In harness great all around action ps U rev quired for an uptodate lire of high priced anlo horse for or harness He ti a ure enough harness horse graceful stylish and fast can show eighths In 18X seconds a 2S8 gait with but little handling did this last tall one year ago afteuervlogOI mares In the aprlog lie Ispossessedof wonderful nerve and fipecdenop h to get a trotter for track use or gentlemen roadster large handsome stylish heavy strong enough to get carriage horses with a kindly disposition for all purposes of a family hone tie la tlllI hone to lire stylish grace ful lubntanco and docility It hiss been mot uniform up by horsemen breeder inKentucky life types his colts utter himself i has novel sired a lorrel colt The mot profitable horse for the farmer and small breeder to produce is the horse which serves the widest range of purposes well Ili colt are show colt of tho very highest type blue string winners from the oldest to the youngest PXDIUHEE Slrod by 01 ster Daro 10 N 8 II Khe by Illack Squirrel 68 he UIck Eagle he by King 67 ho liy Washington Denmark 01 he by Oatnva Denmark 61 ho bt race hone Denmark F 8 baby Imp tledgeford Dignity lint dam IUIcmont br W lcbmodt No 307 A T U R be by William Welch 311 be by Kyidlcki Hambletonlan 10 Dignity sec oud dam I by Abdallah Messenger 3d dam Gills Vermont 4th dam Thoroughbred Welchmont first dam Paulino by Altnont Forest 286- 3TEIUI8VIgnlty Dare will make the tea ion of at my In Huntonvlllo Ky ut2Ito insure a colt when foaled Mares traded or removed forfeit insurance and mosey becomes due and mutt be paid at time of such transaction Mares grazed at 1350 per month and bills to be paid before removal of mares Drain fed It desired at reasonable rates Mares entrusted to me will receive my personal attention but I twill not be responsible for accidents or es cape Phone In at Buitoavllle K7D CARPENTER I Cant I Be Touched for painting butiscs 1 Tho reasons plain Mastic- is Uio Il1lnost thervforo tlio most durable nnd econom teal There In a wholo string of other fellows claim lug Just as good na Mtttle but they donl prove It Jlaybo they cant Tho analysis of Masllc Ja pub lisbfd Its raado of pure load zinc and JlDflOC l- ontho most durable kind of ixdntand its purity Is therefore unqucstiouctl As purity means durability the splendid hearing qualities of Mastic have given It the title of lie lHII That ZMJ tt and this Utlo is bucked up by our absolute guarantee Msstlo la inatlu by t PEASLEE GAULBERT CO Inc LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY- and vo buartily recommend it to lour trader FOR BALE BY PENNYS DRUG STORE SPECIAL SALE FOR County Day on Monday next we will begin n tale that will utorUe tile natives in prices nnd value We have too ninny goods and intuit unload them and prices will be no They must go it it is necessary to give j then away Look at these prices liens Black Worsted old Cheviot Out Coats OSc Mews Sunday and Working Pants at Die Childrens Caeimcrc Suits nt 7Ce up Childrens Pants lOo up Mens and Boys Bats ICc up Boys Caps Dc up liens and Boys Shoes 98c up Indies and Misses Shoes at 7Cc up Mcn8 Sunday Shirts with or with out collars 24c- Suppendera for Boys anti Men nt 5o up StanfordKy sCourt Week Beginning consideration upCalicoes H upNice 4 liens Socks 5c upiLadies anti 1i Fel up Balmy Shoes different colors l9dV up t Lot of Neckties at your own t OGanlell ifor Ocages t Black and White Thread 260 yards two spools for 5c Tallies Belts 9c liptLead Pencils 5c S PropSTANFORD I J IlAlii iS Of Beauty Is A Joy Forever Espcpinlly if it is a beautiful Bath Room AIwindowI My drainboardS H ALDRIDGEPh- one US Depot St Stanford Ky ttl to Skirtsrr ti ertatauot Wo have jUt placed on snlo n lino of plcnted and ncconleon plcntcjl 1 shim They embrace the bust colors nod lilnck and very n yvogt styles from 71o 5U gores A good ehtwing of rcnl hnndeomo black dross skirts Prices t to SIS Ie398 r t SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY STANIola KY Aiiiu2r ltJ05I JUSTICE to yourself and to our arch n materials and moat careful service in preparing hilt prescriptions Thnt is the WRY pro are filled at Penny I rug Store PERSONALS THOMAS H SHANKS is In Cincinnati i MR Set KOIIINHON spent ycHtcrdnj in Louisville MILs J F HncKiui returned to Pitts burg yesterday IKAIII ItuiiNsiDK is with Lan tMiSSrelatives r Miss FijOKA VosGuunsioA Is with brother at Nlcholosville ther PKARI Aumiwn visited Mrs t J It Hasoldon in Lancaster i 0ht J A HIGUINS of Richmond was with Mr W H Higglna Mil A I UNIIKRWOOP of Corbln was here with friend Sunday CLARENCE HocKKit of St Louis hero with ids mother and slater ytss Duuf McPoitsim of Stanford j was in Danville todayNews ATTORNEYS W S BURCH nnd G Ii Sautlcy went to Lexington this morn- Ing Miss MARIH MAHONY spent sever v days In Danville with relatives last week Miss IJU1K MOQHK of Casey wasI the yurat of her afetw Mn Bd inionI Mil En SinoiJ and wife of Loxlng fS ton arc the guests of Mr and Mm W T Smith Miss VIRGINIA PICKETT returned from Shelby with her sister Mm Will Severance MR E T lliuzinv and wife or v HarrodaburKt wore hero with his rely ttves Sunday SlIRLTQX SAUVLirv of lxulsvllle laiplnt Sunday with relatives nnll Wfrionds here MRS c E SMITH and Mss Molllc Fife of Richmond was hero yetor day with relatives MR WiiAUKN HimiiKS of Stan Tons spent Hovoral d nt tho Gull IlDiisc Loultvlllc ItJltIlilt iL II burg was on ye for Fnrlston un business Mu JORUII HISIIOP nnd family have I moVed to Hustonvillo and have taken rooms In the Arc building JOHN HKNRY SIIANKS and Harry Uonney went to New Castle ycstorttuji to vlllit Mm H K Bourne MR JOHN WALUACK and wife oi Springfield are hero nt the bedside oi t his fattier Mr John Wallace DRS PERCY IH3JTON of Hrodhcad and M lennln ton of Mu Vernon were guests of Dr E J Drown f MRS E T CARTER and baby have joined tho husband and father at Evans vine id where he has gone in bunt i ness MK AND MRS U C KANSOM cnmoI V Up from Nashville to attend the MrIUchard BIbb who Is the Inttcrs father MRS R P STKriiBNS of Danville who has been ill at tho home of her daughter Mrs E L Kclnhart is improving Mils A Ii UOBKRTSON of Danville waS hero Saturday seeing about getting up classes in elocution physical culture and dancing PROK JOSKPH IREIJVNU who is nn applicant for superintendent of the Graded was hero from Harrods burg Saturday MRS W Loo AN WOOD has gone to Somerset to spend a few days the 4 guest of her sister Mrs Josep- hT Clnunch Advocate HANDSOMK Miss UKCA UAKKR of + Campbell liagerman College Lexing and Sunday with ton spent Saturday Miss Chloe Hanghmnn MR II D CAMTHKLI formerly of Crab Orchard orders his paper sent to Los Angeles Cal to which he and his family have mov dIMISSES LOUISK FARRIS and Anglo Kinnaird of Lancaster were here Sunday accompanied by Messrs Shelby Tribble of Jclllco and Farris of Lancaster MRS JONES and Mrs McKinney of McKlnnoy are visiting Mr and Mrs Dedmon Clevo Dunn of Hustonville is clerking at the Newtonian Somer set Journal MR J S HocKER of Stanford president of the Cumberland Valley Land Company was in the city yester day looking after the sale of about acres of land belonging to his com pany Middlesboro News l LOCALS Cow peas nt W II Higgins WK have accordion pleating dot e Severance Son WHITE PJymoulh Hock eggs 50c tor 15 W n McKinney ASK those who attended last Jridny night about David Garrick THE U Cwill meet with Mrs J N Saunders at 230 this afternoon IF you want the kind jewelry at tho right price see W II Mucllei SHEPHERD PUP 1VI11 givooneycar subscription to INTERIOR JOURNAL for a weaned pure Shepherd Dog pup This office o MR WHI SEVERANCE hay bought or andconjertJAKES IIFJOyjU bo carrier on the rural route from McKinney with Frank P liobbitt substitute The route is scheduled to commence IIIY 15 I HAVK accepted tho agency for monument house and will be glad to figure with those thinking about Clary a tombstone or monument J bulngI IN mentioning the death of F locker the london Local says Tho writer has known Mr hacker 20 seaN as n personal rlcmrandeels the deepest sympathy for his bereaved loved ones MR W RICEnbeechen of Mr Charles M Rice bought the Midway Saloon fixtures and stuck at the lale Saturday afternoon for about 125 A transfer of tho license to him was made yesterday SUNDAY waxbeautiful bright Eater but just a bit too cool Now drc us now ImU etc were much In sII donee hearing silent testimony to prosperous business our milliners nl1l1 dress makers are doing flop CHAH PALMER of Central Uni varsity who has boon employed by the U S government to make a report 01 tho subterranean witter supply of Kentucky was in the county last week vestigating the conditions between Stanford and Hall Gap SINCE the change of schcdolc some two weeks ago not a single Northbound train has been on time and connection have been knocked into a cocked hat Leaving hero in day time it takes 16 hours to go tc4Danville10 miles distant and 10 to Somerset JW miles by piki and rail Cant some change for the better be made- MARRtAOE11 r II 14 Heed 01 Hunford California and Miss Molli Mershon of this place wore married at tho home of Rev 0 M Huey by that gentleman Sunday evening The groom is said to be a man of means while the bride is a splendid young wo man She is a daughter of the tat Gran Mershon MR J M JOHNSON the Vayncsbur- tpostmaster is probably the biggest buyer of eggs and poultry in this sec tlon He ships from Waynesburgncar ly every week n carload of eggs am chickens which he and his agents buy in this and adjoining counties Last week ho shipped 250 cases of eggs am 1000 chickens geese etc MR EZItA S Goocil formerly of the Wnyncsburg section but now a prosperous Somerset merchant and the only democrat in Pulaskl county holding an office is a candidate for police judge and ids many friends hereabout hope IK will win his race Ho has made n cap ital magistrate and will make as good if not a better police judge Any way give him n chap co nnd well wager the good people of tho Queen City of the Mountains will not regret their choice HURGLARSHurglare entered Mr S P Grays store Satunlay night but If they took anything away with then that gentleman has not missed it En trance was effected through n back window and the chisel used in prizing tho shutter was found to belong to J A Allen Co whose tool house was also entered The cash drawer in Mr Grays store only contained a tow cop pera and tho thieves graciously left those Mr Gray and family room over the store but they failed to hear the visitors New Silk Waists The lino wo show of these nro made by tho boat wait makers In New York who hake nothing but vdist3 and tho styles ire correct White and Shack JlHbutnl Silk Walitt 8108 to S350 Blnek cold White Tnfleta Wnibts 8850 to a 5 CARPETS mattings oil cloths cur tales shades rugs Severance Son t Mns MALCBNA LAWtON and sons have moved to a cottage on Whitley Avenue HATTIB WITHERS an 18yearold colored girl died of consumption and WWl buried yesterday- FULL line of furniture carpets drug gets rugs laco curtains shades nnd wall paper Tribble Pencet LET E Pence Co paint and rubber your buggy Call and get prices also see our new line of bug gies THE Christian vorSocial willb hold at the home of Dr L B Cook tonight All the young people are cor dially invited Till L willr1n another 150 CincinnatiITHE now 6 and lOc department at John It Jones promises well to be the biggest little success ever achieved by 1 Stanford store Wo say little lo cause this department is only one small adjunct to their fat growing bus ness EVERYBODY is on qui to canI the Tom Thumb wedding How we old folks afford to miss an enter tainment given by the little tots Children two and a half and three years old will play the principal roles Davit Garrick will not have been in it when the Lillie Puts put in their appear antePnrrusDr Henry Pettus diet at his home at Crab Orchard Saturdaj morning after a protracted illness of pneumonia aged 28 He is survived bj a wife who was a Miss Merimee and two bright pretty little children Dr DIP0ttudOdd Fellow and his popularity with his brothers was shown by 127 of them at tending his funeral by Rev 0 M Huey at the fteptt church Crab Or chard Sunday morning Early in life Dr Pettus professed religion and let ua hope that ho is now basking in the sun shine of the God Who gave him The widow and children aged mother sis tore and brothers have much sympathy in their dark hour of sorrow TilE Central Kentucky Medical Society convened in Waltons Open House Thursday April 20th with the following members present Drs J T Wesley and J M Haney Middlcburg Ed Alcorn and Rertie Carpenter Has tonvillc Fnyette Dunlap J R Cowan anti Spurgeon Cheek Danville Pitman Parskvillc J F Peyton L B Cook H Reid and J G Carpenter Stanford Dr Bertie Carpenter presided and Dr J G Carpenter was appointed secrets ry in the absence of Dr Steele Bailey of whom it may be saidnon eat cumir laude et dignitato Utahe 7500 feet above the sea reigning and resting in the Wasatche mountains withsunshine and Pikes Peak above him and terra firma below The minutes were read and adopted Dr Henry Pitman es sayist discoursed on Etiology Pathol and treatment of rheumatism Dr nndlshowedcy Drs Dunlap Cook Cheek Carpenter and Drown debated thesubject Dr Cook presented a paper on typhoid fever Dr Wesley discussed same from a stand point of immunity infection and aetiology Dr J G Carpenter spoke on the propegation of typhoid fever po- isonand flies being the carriers of the typhoid poison and contaminating fruits food water milk and butter and that all fruits should be pealed or boiled or heated before taken into the mouth Dr Carpenter also gave a talk on tho early diagnosis of Hernia Minimum of Taxis and early operation An omnibus discussion followed endorsing tho views presented Drs Edwin Caldwell Alcorn and Cheek were appointed a committee on questions and Dr Cald1 well was made chairman Scarlet fever was chosen for discussion at next meet ng Dr J T Wesley of Middlcburg ssayist The society extended a vote of thanks to Mr W P Walton for tree se of the opera house and adjourned to meet in Danville on the third Thursday In July Profound regret was express ed on account of the absence of Dr Steele Bailey May he return soon C 3KJ ti1w WANTED Responsible man to han die brood mares on shares Miss VanDeveer NnncyI SEE the nice selection of cut glass polid sliver watches and clocks at W II Muellers FOR RENT Storeroom at Rowland Ky Call on or address Mrs Mattie V Kirby Stanford 2t FOR RENT Five rooms over store Will rent very cheap if myI once S P Gray 2t BIG CoRttEsroNxxrTe INTERIOR JOURNAL has secured the services otIFred Durham of Brodhead as DurIhamsaying that this paper now has the largest news gatherer in Kentucky SHOT IN THE FAcEJohn Stephenson who lives near the poorhouse in the East End was shot in tho face by unknown parties Sunday night and one eye was put out An attempt was also roMeto burn his house A strenuous effort will be made to find out the guilty party YESTERDAY was horse slow day nt Lancaster and a number of fine one were exhibited Those from this county were Carroll Baileys Preston E II Boazloys Dock Gray J R Beazleyi Naboth D S Carpenters Dignity Dare C C Carpenters Dare All All of them were highly complimented To IIE REPEATEDDavid Garricl will be again presented to the public at the auditorium of the Graded School next Friday night On account of thc inclement weather the attendance Fri day evening was smallbut the splendid character of the play deserves a better audience By unanimous request of those who heard the play It will be again presented with several new features The popular prices an 20 Iii and 10 cents Tar tnI itiw lOlne of theta will do for Iot for nl Irtev rip to Sllwr Inp Jlmrlid II Kerr look fiirin four miles fron Htnnfonl DIXIE the Itw SlHtlHiul will make tin nrin cut wnmn Hi mI liliice nnr IVytonH well nt fstoltwirtMillvlmjcolt He In nlxmt hntdshhthabrautlfullat1etl ony iiml II perfect imllvMuiil din taken to lI1t1I1 iirrlilfiits hut not retiKinollilt should an occur Murm rrd nt rentnnnlilo rate OJIAHUB NINNKUKY TurnorBVllle UMBRELLAS Recovered asa repaired and made altaoi u Fled ai new for amount I en flx your umbrella better the the tramp repairer sad for Itkt monl Give me a trial FBAJJK Axktxa Stanford PEYTON My tine Jnclc IVyton tixyrnnoltl will iniiko the prvMnt armor of lea lit my ttnhl MortInml Ky nt IS to limirt n llylni colt Peytau co nn Inrgeaml tite and std but viir crop of colts ut 170 round Kour of h1colh Aft on my rurm whieh evil for thcniHlvri und can l Fen at an that I will ego nt the Furls plaeV stand tlmt nrk111AOKIIAtVK tycnrkolcl lulel 15Jt InclicK high He will i rvi n llmlti immtnrof fiords at JJtoltuurvn living colt Money due when colt U forted Or mnr triulc oruirt l with Not responsible loi nccldvntK or eMHH s 1111 KINO Morelnnd Ky Valuable Property For Sale Ten acres of land a two tory front 7 room cottage The boute is new A did garden orchard Tbere Ii a large mill on place a good ciuiLer and the dam la In good repair and the natural pow- r Is economy in running the Don splendid uuilnrtt Everything la to good repair baa all neceiiary out Ingi The owners only reason tor telling la the ruih of other bulnes as be ban ex ton lve farming Interests to look after This property It on the Ilanglrg Fork about miles from Stanford and can be bought at a bargain Fur further particulars ad dress S V Thurmond Lytle Ky or L R UuRbei Stanford Ky SI ea 1tCeaT Undertaker Embalmer nUll Denier in HnrneBeSaddleryI Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY r r Si k for Shirtwaist Suits tea eat ttttf SjieoM prices until May lEt You can have any 75o nnd 88r Tnflefa Silk Suitings for only 09c These have hen flue selling articles and at this plies are exceedingly cheap I The best on earth is3 HANAN SHOEthe acme of elegance in shoe- making All leathers all styles shoes and oxfords black and tan FrVE DOLLARS Buy the Best get Hanans aaelnll CUfiniNSMCLARY Stanford Kentucky ff Talk to j Geo H Farris About StovesAny Kind You Need Hes Got Em WeB McRoberts DRUGGISTI Sells Kurfees Ready Mixed Paints Every gallon Guaranteed There is none better New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lead and Linseed OilAlso A Tested and Sure Bed Bug Destroyer Residence of John Wilhite a prosperous farmer of Wayne county Mr Wilbite owns 600 acres of farming land near the Wayne county oil field r The Interior Journal Entered in the Poet Ofce at Stanford Hcondclau matte NOTICE You ihould tee us before you let out your bouse carriage and root painting Paper hanging n We have lam paper from three leadlngbousesof the world and can sell you wall cheaper IOU caa ateII Fstlmates turutshed on pllcatlon All work guaranteed BnttiEN A Co Somerset street INSURANCE Fliv Lightning V1nd LI to m II Accident None the BTIIONOKHT ni II JI IliT Companies 1tprwhIblo Ilntvii rnylngjllc onljUmqimllwI Tllik with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Jlosldonco Phone No 8J ReA JONES Dentist STANFOHDJiENTUCK Office in Myers House Parlor t Phone Xo 1 J He IOONE A CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Oall on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal j BD CARTER I Successor to Bruce Jt Oarter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STasronn Kv Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection QatJl Traylor DKALSiV IK WHlsk Brandu Wines B6er Gloars Etc KYarosePma ptndpontesnennoo Nothlnz butch bee to drink Mil pbon cr orJtrs rtcilvi prompt attention Give Me Your Order I Can Please YouIWhy buy read made clothing when there Is so little difference in the price 011 high grade ready made suits and a suit made to your measure taken by an exI jrienced tailor I have a handsome tine of Spring toads I can make from a low price business suit to the finest dress suit Also Spring overcoats and troua ers The company I represent la one orI the beet Ialso have a line of goads II make up myt lf for those who prefer it H C RUPLEY tin Tailor Pruitt Brothers We will show our n clal line of Darwin JtiittltiKS 1t1l11IllclurtIlI1l4 and Iorllerr this week the mi xcf llfiit usxortmentof the most styl Ijli nillllniry now on han- dPRUITT BROS l Morelinul Ky POSTED We whose names appear below strictly turbid bunting fishing or any kInd of tree issuing on our place and will prosecute lolatort to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Relchenbuch Bros Fred VonQruonlgnAlbertVonOruenl Fred VonAllman lUumaun Alfred glmpson George Holmes Miss tattle U Hewes E Helchenbach Charles Onmmlns Jos Ballou A 0 Dunn S M Holmes W EAmon W R Daugherty M J Hoffman M O Klmore Peter WJarter J Nevla Oarter J E Bruce W F Shomaker Thomas Ferrlll Green Ferrlll F J Conn John B Oamenlsch Sam Trnwbrldge A D Root Charles Easjllu Frank Cordler ArNUMBER ONE V tic 111Isand cracks anti other bottle VlIIEOTIONIJAlwaYI before using dleueII sores cleanse them and pour on the soaks Into them JutlatIItectell ply the LInIment 2JSCrfbc and It bottles for salt by I DR Pharmacist WN CRAIG IIY1 LSTANFORD 7 KY1 s FOR SALE I Eight hunJreJ acrl of ainlenlaspouwilt find In Central Kentucky with twenty thousand Dollars worth of brick bull Jlnji on land running water on tree plke close to this lo In sere W If BLAKfclEY Bowling Green Ky For Rent or Lease A splendli large dry goods storeroom and a large warehouse attached recently occupied by Levy Bros Stanford Ky Ap ply far particular to J B Owtley or to Lincoln County National flank J B OWSLEY Stanford Ky For Sale Privately house and 10 acres of land situated lust outsIde of town limit on the Somerset pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and ler vanls room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant lathe yard and one for stock J P BAILEY Nice Home For Sale I laving decided to return to Somerset I offer for tale privately mr home on East Rain Street In The resIlience Is alx room cottage brand new bath room and all conveniences The lot about m acres of land and the partlcuI most delightful one For further call on or write me at Somerset J B lIar or Wm Beck at Stanford E D Peyton DEALER IXIStaple and ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford A ISurgeon ISTANFORDL2ENTUCfCY Office over MclluuerU Drug Store the Owsloy Iluildi- ugBRECKIN RIDGE My black luck will niiikn tlu wnson of 8 nt my itnlilr OIL tells from Iriiirhiruvllli on tilt rrenrhiTnvUle Stiinfonl nlkf nt III to Instlrt a roll flvr Inonths old lie U u purr foal ifpttor mid u gael mule lack in IIIHII wild hnvf his rolls will titlfr Mures trad itl fir imrttil with without HtiiltfyliiKinrfon rernlllK tll WHMIII forfeit the Mime Will Ill of1laSirmonthMy wk but will not t rI Mili le for MIJ s or tic IdrnteshoulIU occur I MtNbFltcYrnurhre1IIle 5TORATIVE CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY enerRanlpenonlTo aUaln Mill Ib lint re uldu u good heallby meowdrelopmebe NorIpaleralaknUsU Rood for women Ihwklet free rraantPEE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u s A IFOR SUE AT PENNYS onto STORE Je l Beazley Co UndertaKcrs nUll Embalm ers Also Dealers in Furniture MattingsKugs They will exchange Furniture for nil lauds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices night STANFORD KENTUC- KYCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Oourt First Nutloiml Hunk of Htiinfonl Ky Iliilntltr v J iilhlluyrtullhfluduntM Nutlet of Hulf- Iuriiuiiiit to of till Lincolnludgnnvdclrrult court nlmvn ntylcd action nt the Mnrrli ttrin llki tilt iiiidcr sUiuHl Mimtfr CoiiiinUiiloiiir of sold court will on MONDAY MAY lHi AlK ut P Ill front of tin rourthoiiwi door In Htiinfonl pulilk outcry to the mid INS1hhl1cr tin rIII1Whll described real estate IHmted In Lincoln county Ky on tilt water of Hriinch Ixmnded on tilt North by tilt of J K Hrncc ulithu Houth by too laud of Hum UiHtello on till Ilnrryn Irmnndt rruwvlIInilontorlVrstl- by tilt laniMof Jo eli Hiillou Hiilcl liiinl U by notes uiul UmtiiU ae follows llUlnnliw tit n Moim on old corner on Went Hide of till xprlnit hllllllhIII1IIIIIIIII of 10- MHuhrtsIIIllItT thence H7 12 W 19polrs in llnkH ton ittiike on Mali Imck of HprliiR house thencK H M ti1 rpolreeroshtgwild briincll to s Hvcniiion lhrocf K IN pdreeroNht milil lininih to n Itmil nt elm on the Knst eidr of iuld liriiiirhHUl2 WU12 HH to it otuk In lltui of the lIrlloll hind tliemti with tho llm of sold land N 81 K 1S2lxiie 5 llnkH to it Htone lit coriur In Jackson line divots with Jiivknon line N 11 W xilex llnkH to n Ntone corner to leor f T McltoliertH hind thence his llnoN Mil W lttIxdrs 5 llnkn to the Uglnnlni mid rontnlnlni 7i ores two rood nut y iKilen of hind Also nnother tnict celled tract No Ixidimlng nt n utiikn In poplarItuu tlienre N 411 KM labs to atiiko In noritj T MvllolMrtH line u true liln linn S 77 K 01 lobe to u muse thence 7 12 W oil links to Htuke thncHSBIiSpolc- soatukrthencrHK IK poliM to the glnnlnK contnlnlm iliiiTeH2 nxxM and ill p ile hind Also nnother trnct InKlnnlnit nt this iMKlnnlni corner of tract otllIlIII iut w with IlopiHT1 lino 17iKloi lJllnkK ton xtiikf thane with IIopHT a lint HIM llW ii IHlhIII links to tlif crntrtt of tliiHtmi ford It turnpike thonco H ill 12 K with 41ket iKilf to a tktthrum N OIl K llntt Pile tut link ItoastaktthencwN 3 KlIKile is hike to a stake In last llnu of tract No 8 thence with line of mime x lit to the U liinlni Tint amount to Iw real lzrd from this said 213112 with Interest this oltart tilt rate of INT cent or annual from c t1551 until paid and tht1 costs of this action The mile will iMI11111511u1 a credit of n is ami is month The purchase prlcu three u1l ln th JlurChlllr11II U required to give land for tint pnrchaiHi monl with approval iifrttonal security lesiringinttreetGEO D SAUFLEY AL C L C CI 1- r a Jnh311 11f FARMERS DEPARTMENT True Wing won the Kansas City Der byMilk cows for sale W H Fur Flatwood Ky T P Reed delivered 37 175poun hogs to JohnV Webb at 5cNews loon SALE Firstclass Registered Poland China boar R H Crow She by City 4t Marshall Simpson sold a twoyearol mule to J P Miller for lS0Somer set Journal CaptR M Jacksou has purchased from ircliL7Pigg tineroadster r275London Local While at Springfield 0 to lecture Hon William Jennings Bryan paid 500 for a Polled Jersey heifer P Harper bought of S M Owens IJ horse for 350 and one of David Ross of Lancaster for 150 R H Lillanl of Lawrenceburg sold a sixyear old jack to W D Mont joy Co of Anderson county for 550I State Fair was awarded to Lexington by the unanimous vote of the directors of the Kentucky Live Stock Breeders Association Hugh Reid Foster refused 350 for his Shetland stallion Dock Gray The handsome little animal wonldnt weigh a great deal more than 350 silver dollars With the breaking of the mammoth Gates deal May wheat was hammorcc dowp below the dollar mark One view is that the unloading of many million bushels was to pave the way for a comer in July LANCASTBU COUUT The crowd at Lancaster court yesterday was fairly good but business of nil kinds waa dull J M Craig sold a bunchbfG6100 pound steers at 8Jc and some 100pound heifers at 3c There was a demand for horses and mules and several sold at 100 to 200 J F Cook Co have shipped to their place at BeloitKan a car loadof jacks from three to six years old 11 j to 15J hands high They are black with the exception of one which is a dark gray and all but one arc registered or subject to registry In the lot arc three halfbrothers to Gen Wood the undefeated twoyearold Lexington Herald ROWLAND Miss Julia Hall is teaching a subscription school lOur citizens are quite anxiom for winter to break- ExJudge W C Barnett is yot very low with consumption A wedding or two is very much ex pected from appearances and current reportsMrs J M Tipton is visiting her husband on the new railroad in Tennessee Mr Tipton h foreman of an extra gang Howard Colyer is improving rapidly Rev J IL Pence has gone to Tennessee to follow his profession Rev Dr J A Sawyer one of our most distinguished Methodists divines and temperance lecturers has lust clos ed one of the most successful meetings we have witnessed here for many years His sermons and lectures were sublime and our citizens feel very grateful to ward him for his very earnest work Miss Ida Phelps one of Milledgevillefl very best young ladies was in the meeting and did excellent work from louse to house A Methodist church vas organized with a membership of 25- or more The Very Best Remedy For Bow el TroublesNo Family Can Afford To Be Without It I regard Chamberlains Colic holera and Diarrhoea Remedy as one of tho very best remedies for bowel roubles writes Mr J W Hanlon nlHoror the Despatch Oellla Georgia II make this statement nfttr having used the medicine in my family forsov fral years I nun never without ItI Xo ramify can afford to ho without a ottle of this remedy in tbo house Its curtain to be needed sooner or later For sale by Ly ne Hros Crab Orchard Frederick Uterbark saloonkeeper at Cleveland 0 committed suicide by deliberately kneeling and placing his neck across the rail in front of a Lake horn passenger train which was mov- Ing at a high rate of speed The head was completely severed from tlc body For a Weak Digestion No medicine can replace food hut Chamberlains Stomach and Liver ablets will help you to digest your rood It Is not tho quantity of food taken that gives strength and vigor to the system but tho amount digested ind assimilated If troubled with a weuk digestion dont fall to give heso Tablets a trial Thotisundshave been bcheflttcdby their use They nly cost a quarter For sale by Ly no ilros Crab Orchard Confronted by a man who said he as her husband Sarah McCurtin who but a few days before had been married in New York to George Lichtcn tcin committed suicide with carbolic icid Considerable damage was done by a storm which swept over the beaches of Northern New Jersey Southern jNew- York and Connecticut a Last Hope Vanished When leading physicians said till W M Smlthart of Pekln la hudln curable consumption his last bopo vanished but Dr Kings New Disco ery fur Consumption Coughs ulIl Colds kept him out ot his gtaVO1 lIe says This gloat speolllo con pletcly cured mo and saved my lift Since tben I have used It for over 10 years and consider It a inarvvlou throat and lung euro Strictly scleii title cnro for Coughs Sore Throats or Colds suro preventive of Pneumonia Guaranteed 60c tint II bottles at G1 Pennys Stanford and Lyno Dros Crab Orchard Trial bottle few The womans eyes began to beam And then she cried in zeal My Easter hat s a perfect dream Hut the price of course was rea Chicago Chronicle Silo thechurch bazar Wont you take a chance on this cakeTIHeNot on life My wife baked ItIeSThirteen lives were lost in a convent fire nt St Genevieve Quebec McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Kentucky MmiufitftiMvnof Jrvtnv Uiwy KUnncI Nreluyalrxrloltytake p th market iirl v HatUfHrlkiu gUHntuUxtl IHfornlHuSta Antecarlo 226 I = 2 iMud over Vcrwlllik track in winning rue lI1IMIII TlWM two croxtt ttnxlucwd The l1I1J ll clmiupton tmttlna l Mlug irf frll n1 tarn hr Indivw Ivuv MNI ur lyttllrrklillagdlhPiereetU104t stnl Honor UK world You MV lItrl tot nrv rt poiiilbl for HH Netr-erldluaIwo t nrxe tnlslIlt lltlnlbIto ftor the rlt stllloll Then yHtr he 11- tlr brwl Umiilttir if thoil for hr hue hlood of Uitli Anlwtirlo l hrow hone 111 luilxU hlali wrtilijnc iMiUmU 1110 end nrllon Will sfan III otlIto UiMinr colt ABRAh3RDhnoR hHi lest hv liy nil llllMHrtnl Jack AliTHiiisjnlH Aral dnm h Veloolimle flit ilHiu by Imp 1ldnnOitnJ dam liy Monn Mmiimoth on cope for s an IIIOIWT Marre tmdid or tintl to othe honufnrMUIii urNiiceHiMl muke money dm wilt nlniHl Ht my fMrm on HOIIIITM Mkrfour mile from HUinforl uareraa itlalltuer month tan taken to ptuiMhlenii hut not nniHiumlilr Nlumkl nnj oiur WILLIAM MKIKIKM HtMiiuml K- yPRESTON 922 This premium saddle stallion of tbe worldwill make the season of 1905 at the table of j C Haiiey on Old Lancaster Street in Stanford Ky Preston is a brown horse 13 yeas oW 1U hands hiih a perfect model wit- hIrtt style action and speed Ireston was sired by Washington No 4 he by Cromwell No 73 SIt dam Belle by Roderick ad dam by a Denmark horse Ireston has shown against and defeated all the great show horses of Kentucky such as Kentucky Artist owned br I T renshaw of Lexington Kyand Mont omeryChlef owned by hail Uros Why ion should breed to Preston t Because he is the greatest show one Kentucky overproduced 2 Because he is siring great show horses such as Electra that was sold to Senator Vare for IJOOQ Rebecca that sold at New York Exchange to Geo Wal- son for 2Cjo Miss Henrietta owned by Gay Bros that won more premiums in saddle and combined iags than any three ear old out in 1903 a yearling colt sold to J C Cravins of Illinois for 8500 3 Because he is ire only saddle stat ion that ever sired a team of harness eldings that Hold for I5ooo 4r Because he won the championship of thll Louisville Horse Show in 1903 shown by Matt S Cohen of Richmond Ky 5 Because he has won more money in he show ring than any other saddle stallion in Kentucky I will be glad to show him to anyone at my stable and invite those wishing to breed ton fine saddle stallion to see him before breeding I will stand him at f TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Mares grazed at h per month Care ta to prevent accident but not responsi ile should any occur J C BAILEY Stanford Ky Duke of Richmond Will make the season of 1005 at my farm one mile South of McKinney on McKinney Mt Salem pike at the price of 800 to Insure a Living Col loney due when colt is foaled When mare traded or sold insurance is for felted and in all cases money is due DESCRIPTION ASU PEDIQRES Five ears old dark bay jU hands high a fiDe individual with best of style and ac ion drives and rides nicely lie was sired by Tom Covington 18992 he by imber Standard and registered ut dam by General Duke and dam by Varren Harris Denmark 3rd dam by- Old Crockett NOTE Tom Coington is a combined horse with a record of 2281 trial 2i9 his dam was by Kentucky Chief 2d dam arsons Abdnllah General Duke had a record In 1878 of 245 he was by Hmbrys LexioKlon by Old Lexington The dam of Embrys Lexington was ell my 1 by mporied Monarch- At same time and place I will stand two good mule lacks at 3 TO INSURE LIVING COLTS ist JIM PORTER by Cyclone out of a premium Jennet ad BRICNOLIA JR by Old Both these Jacks have estab shed reputations Their colts have been on the market this county for the past three years having always brought as many dollars as any Jacks colts in the aunty if not more So you see that you will not make any mistake breeding to these lacks R S ScupDf McKinney Ky f Weve Hired Uncle DOCK GRAYShetland yeare ohM owned make tulnturu heck Shetland ro1ft Irfeatlny earners show rinK tiers part elsewhere forfeits Insurance marry tiveonif male season West Stanford James AJh btanford First National BankStanford Capital Stock 50000 Institution laallyettabUtbd Deposit Hank Stanford reorganized National Hank Stanford again reorganized National Stanford having practically unifier rupted exIstence better supplied now facilities transact Incontinent promptly before lOOK honorable career Accounts Individuals Fiduciaries and porations Solicited for and ask ant and you la trot and ulJ I ta by Held wilt 110 a itnr Oil Is br an lmi ot f In and and u hor e mB a the l a In IUIJ Llrn roll until U with or bred and duo Win the at my barn In the If not at hom rail V lteld at- t K u m Icy This was orl at the of to 111 then the In 191 and ai the Pint of la ISIS had an 41 It It with and well than ever Itl and of I It It Directors J R PaztoD J B Owsley S H Shanks W O Walker Coo W Carter J B Foster L O Gooch UummlnlW R L Uubble w It Shanks to The for We will of to of tif we a on nil of or in of over llnilli In lie liy WllkiH 1t lIck W lt Ill row hr by tlu lio vmtl I by Im by Pol Al Siul ilnni liy brt IhiIrt II ilnl deal by s Will till IIMIII nt 1410 on from lit to roll mill linn ill nnl are lilK ran will sbgt Iliin on till In fllfl traded or sold mid lIfO month Ciirv tnki to iiccl oicur r r IROIxI They are Thibet wean and fancy ant i In tight medium lUrk ire made In Whit we to do write Ilk for measure laving ad l11 Kn Mjr us Third Ijnr curb roster oxm at ortrd wny that tin fjl In all seaeohi fmld ed End of on of Ilatk for years for In Cor r e Prest S J J Obr W Chn V Reid T Harris 8 Mocker K L M D Etmoro II r T P Jar Hubble J II 0 E Bank dt Trust and under usme year RopIng such buln M prove 11 TlriseperLEVYS UcKUHKltTd WEAUENAstt McKlnnty ttuighman LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL CAPITAL STOCK SOOOOO management continuously SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Officers Iastoa The Gibralter Rockcastlc County Financial Institutions i1kc rCITIZENS BANK BRODHEAD KY the People Safe mud Itunking System Accounts and Corporations Solicited Give your and guarantee pleasant nntl profitable Pay cent 8100 More when left hank and not checked upon for period six J W I WOOD WILKES Record Irnli trunk Itrwwi Wllkw Iitnkyhob- yhorgo liuliy Humble tonliin WIlKf Kntln Grow Hnnhugler rr HtllllKKliT IrnWe ilnnl Heels inont TiMllinntirH Mclntyn Ihuiiniirk mike primiit Htnnfonl IIh1I11I nrolil IsJudrAtNThey fillown will polls piild limuriinru Muresgrllzrdut pnivviit itnlbutnutrcgansiht rll wlltrBH- lenford hyx Sam I I all0 IIdress julmcrc worsteds OUAHANTKUAldWOOLande thoroughly iiploclnle Minptrt blanks TillS I I Mar- httLOUISVILLE 1 thei rffarlfd Kptuik rtnlnrdon lout IIKALEV Officers HOOKER TIIAkautIrer Directors Danville Stanford Stanford Tanjier Stanford Stanford Stanford lloblntoBt lUughman Stanford MPettut Stanford Tate Stanford BARK BticcettOM Partner Company relations mutually beneficial H St1ANK9r B Vice W M 1IUIOHTOashlir w0 Ant Oahle i OF I Ollere n Conservative Individual Firms n rulntion per interest v the a niohtliii HUTCHESON Cashier iaJI Trial Orclinnl Hind hy to h KIhI Alinoiitlr Miiinbrlno HtiiiHrwt tVotel ntiilnoil WHMIII make n r X ix Suits IdS bUck J g J 9 J 8 Fretldtai J President WALKER luisinc Kentucky Squirrel Itccl luiy uliilllon with din1 wlilli foot full llIlrrlllot s Mill of OnTlnuSSM iliini by tliv fiiiiKiiu Onli UllH lx xliiKtii Viwnl Woe lrtl bylllnekHytlrrridulnbylllltBtlgorildnnrthedn1l heelelit of CiililHllH I xliiKtiin Kentucky lisle tie niilcli style uiul Mellon im liny hnrOlllhllIJ mid his hriiilliitf u ullt Htlllllnllill Krntttfkv Inn Rrll1- 111rIIrnlylItIIreltetllhtonslnthe11inkuu1 ot I din rr0 will ecrys h grhrlslblllty for occidcutC King NapoleonIlliiik Ib8 I liniulii hlKh Vnlrtvl RlnekItnwkNo2In h IVtora muck IIl1wk led dune lv beldtstImeorills wt Inn thoiiiiirt forfeits tilt liiiiiriinw No re poiiilbllltyforiicfUUnts K WOODS HtllllrordlIIe a J