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Iv RNAUL VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 28 1905 NO 17 r PREACHERSVILLE B T Lunsfonl sold a fine horse at ncaster Monday for 125 J M lieu told 40 hogs to D M Anderson t 4c and 80 to W P Grimes Swee ty Morgan bought 28 hogs of J II laugh man nt laO and some of Bascom lagan at 4ic U T Lunsford bought 5 stock hogs of a Hockcastle party for 15 T W Payne Is with Bastin Co repairing telephone lines Mr Wiley Greer was hero last week making pic lures He has had 27 years exper- Ience and his work ranks with the best Whin F F lilankenshlp returned from iOttenhclm ho said I had no idea that Kentucky extended back so far as that Misses Mary Thompson and Hallio Brown visited at J II Thompsons- Sam Tudor was with W H Cummins nnd J L Anderson J H Hutching is at Jelhco looking for n position Fred Sutton of Lexington is with hissister Mrs Mike Kennedy Rev F I Rodgers has returned to his home in Texas after A pleasant visit to relatives here and In Garrard Mrs Wm Land and Miss Katie Payne of Rowland visited the family of their brother J F Payne Quite a crowd of our young people attended Easter services nt the Catholic church at Ottenholm Sunday All seemed to enjoy the services and will attend again in tho future The ladies are much interested in the sale of potted plants which will ho held at INtrx ar1hr QrrL tarrk inMlyIYJhf LadieV Aid Society of the Christian church Mrs Susan Green and daugh ter nrd son inlaw Christopher Links i have Bono to Toxin to make their future home J E Jonos of Crab Orch ard nnd Misa Margaret Stcvonson of near Walnut Flat drove to tho panon A npe hero last Wednesday and Wore qui otlv married by Uov IL P Jordan CONSOIBXCBB I NArMN Mar garet Lundbcrg was greAtly surprised i n few days ago when she received this letter InriuAod please find 3 which I will sendtu in aymont of 76 centa which I have been owing your first htubund Mr Noyd deceased for fixing a pair of shoes The letter was mnllwl on n train in Illinois otherwise there Is no clew to where it came from Mr Noyd has been dead some 40 years and it in thought that it is fully IS years ago since this pair of shoes was fixed Tho letter contained a 2 bill and ono hilL Mrs Lundbcirg has no Idea from whom this money came Lundsberg Herald During a raid by revenue officers In the moonshine district of Eastern Kentucky Deputy United Status Marshal William Mayers and posse captured and destroyed one of the most unique stills on record according to reports The still was located at tho Jiead of Buck creek In Owsley county and the furnace anti fixtures were concealed beneath the floors of a dwelling house tho furnace being so arranged that tho smoke would pass up the chimney of the house with causing any suspicion Rheumatic Pains Quickly Re liovod The excruciating pains characteris tic of rheumatism and sciatica are quickly relieved by applying Cham horlalnri Pain hula The great pale relieving power of the liniment hat been tho surprise and delight of thousands of nulTerers Tlio quick relief from which It affords U nlono worth many titans Ifs cost For salt by Lvne Hros rub OrchardI Homcseckcra excursion to Michigan via Queen Crescent Route Tickets on sale May 2nd alIClIGthat greatly reduced rates to AuSablo Beaverton Branch Brethren Cadillac Gladwin Knleva Manistee Merritt Lewiston nnd St Helens Tickets are limited 1C days from the date of sale Ask agents for particulars or write E N Aiken T P A Lexington Ky or W C Hinenrson G P A Cincinnati 0 Yes sir he was the laziest man on record What do you reckon he did when his house was on fire his hands ut the blaze und thanked God he didnt have to split the wood for ItrAtlanta Constitution When asked on one occasion by an old friend how ho was training his boys Joe Jefferson replied lathe words of Walter Scott Teaching them to fishand tell the truth Keep your bowels regular by tho uso of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets There Is nothing better Foraaloby Lyno Hros OrauOrchard Even the girl who never gets any letters is always on the lookout for the maleFat people are not always more people are lenient Its the fellow that loses his temper who is always finding fault I i It tr ICRAB ORCHARD Miss Pearl Collier has returned from n pleasant visit to relatives in Brodhcad Mr and Mrs Robert Collier of Brod head were with Mrs William Tatem Easter The Ideal Entertainers gave a pleas ant recital at College Hall Saturday night and tho Ladies Aid Socety of the Christian church gave an ice cream supper afterwards realizing n nice sum for the church Rev Hueys sermon over the re mains of Dr Henry Pettus deserves more than a passing mention They were to the living and not of the dead lie spoke in beautiful language to the orders that showed their loyalty in loath but said that unless they pos sessed the everlasting hope in n resur rected Redeemer their loyalty and de votion was of no effect to themselves and urged a closer walk with God and a full reality in till their devotion To the physicians he commended religion saying they had a moro perfect access into the homos and lives of uoplu than any other class and should of all men bo the most religious nnd able not only to heal the bodily ailments loft able to pour the balm of consolation into wounded and bleeding hearts who depend so much upon their skill to save the body Ur Pettus was loved by the younger class as well as tho old and was a man capa ble of doing great good both as a physician and citizen A largo procession followed his remains to the cemetery where he was buried by the Masonic smut CM foifowV order1 lie wffl be greatly rnfesed and deep sympathy is felt for his wife and children Wethink that for the benefit of those who so nobly rallied to our call for aid in rebuilding tho Christian church here it should be stated that wo intend to build as soon as enough money can be nVjuwhod in our bank to matron con tractor safe in taking hold Up to the present time tbro to in bank including donations from n distance 600 and wo are so tired of looking nt tine old wreck and have prayed so long andoar neatly for some soul interested in relig ion to donate enough to start the work that sornetlmtm we almost feel that It is not intnndiid for it to bo rebuilt Then hope again assorts Its power and wo IOU a new church and can see our little lloek assembling as In Amos pest and It seems it must bo a reality Friends of Christ those who long and wait for Ills coming here is tho best opening ever shown to let your light shine Open your Bibles to Malnchl third chapter 8 to IX versos and do as God asks of you and trust results to Him Now we need aid our little band Is meeting In a school house poorly equipi ed and yet groat interest man ifested and we are striving In jvcry way to keel them together We are hun gering to hear the word preached in its proper place So do not throw away in foolishness what God requires at your hand but help in a loving cause to save souls Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Best and Most Popular Mothers hj It for croupy children railroad men buy it for severe cough and elderly people buy t for 111111110 say Moore Bros Kldon Iowa Wo sell more of Chumlwrlains Cough Uoiwdy than any otho kind It seems to have taken the lend over Kovoral other good brands There Is no quoullon hutthU medicine IK tho best that can bo procured for coughs and cult whether It IH n child or an adult that is allllatod It always cures and euros quickly Sold by Lyno Hros Crab Orchard Mr W P Walton formerly editor of tho INTRRIOK JOURNAL Stanford but moro recently editor of the Lexington Morning Democrat purchased the Kentucky Journal Frankforts leading democratic paper Ills many friends throughout the State will read with gladness of his return to tho fieldand will wish him every success Danville News Cheated Death Kidney trouble often ends fatally but by choosing tho right medicine Mr K II Wolfe of Hear Grove Ia cheated death Ho says Two years ago I had Kidney Trouble which caused me great pain suffering and anxiety but I took Klcctrio hitters which effected u complete euro I have also found them of great boncflt ingen oral debility and ncrvo trouble mud keep them constantly on hand slnco I ttnd they have no equal G L Penny Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard druggists guarantee them at 50 cents Weary Dey say dot when do popu lation ob dc world gits too large den WagglesWellI guess dats about rightWearyWell denwots de matter wid lowering price ob ortermobiles A corkscrew hiss led many a man In to crooked ways H ii Jt o d f 1 oi NEWS NOTES Col Willard Glazier author soldier and explorer is dead ut Albany N Y Railroad traffic in New Mexico Is being seriously Interfered with by floods Hop raisers of Oregon organized for the purpose of holding their crops for higher prl et1IB F Gilbert postmaster at Bland vile McCracken county dropped dead in the ixwtofflce Dr Brown Ayres was formally inaugurated as President of the Univer sity of Tennessee Nan Patterson the former show girl recovered from her Indisposition is again facing her jury A panicky feeling is prevailing throughout Russia owing to fears of bloody riots during the Easter season In testifying in his own behalf at Lexington Judge James Hargis made sweeping denial of the charges against himAt Fort Wayne Ind John M Wal ker fatally shot his sweetheart Miss Minnie Welching and then committed suicideThe body of Joseph Jefferson left Wet Palm Beach Fla for Boston whore the funeral arrangements will be madeAn lJntnl break in n telephone conversation with his sweetheart caused Wm T Atchison of Lexington to fire a bullet through his body Gorutdinu the threoycarold daugh ter of S C Allen of Washington Ind diedffdhteating E4t HIU wtiitirhirt been brightly colored She had convul sions for eight hours E L Mottley assigne for the P J Potters Sons hank at Bowling Green sues for the appointment of a receiver for tho Orion River Minning Manufac turing and TransK rUtion Co Judge Hargis on the witness stand at Lexington saW that the 100 given to Felix Fultner was in the nature of a loan Feltner executing u note for tho amount This note and the check wore presented as evidence by Harris W T Hammond a St Louie travel ing Ulan was thrashed at Richmond by United States Marshal Stephen G Sharp It is alleged tho drummer was endeavoring to force his attentions on Capt Sharps daughter and hor companion What might have been a disastrous fire was discovered in the cellar of the boys dormitory of Georgetown College From indications it was of incendiary origin and will be thoroughly investi gated The names were extinguished before much damage was done- J Wilcox Brown of Maryland who holds a 25000 policy in the Equitable Life Assurance Society issued in 1SG7 has filed n suit asking for the appoint mont of a receiver for tho company Ills attorneys issued a statement paint- Ing out what they consider evidence of serious mistreatment of policyholders The will of the late Frank B Harper master of Nantura Farm was probated in thq Wood ford County Court No opposition was offered Lister Wither spoon qualified as executor of the estate A synopsis of the Harper willI which disposes of an estate amounting to upward of 150000 was published two weeks ago Starr J Murphy of John D Rocke fellers private counsel Issued on authorized statement in regard to Dr Gladdens latest attack on his client In which hd asserts inferentially that the minister either mendaciously garbled the testimony which he quotedor ignorantly adopted as established fact an exploded falsehood The Goebel Monument Commission approved the selection of C H Nie haus a sculptor of New York to exe Governorument It is thought that the monu ment will be unveiled not later than September or October next The commission has on hand the sum of 15 111561 G W Morgan Jallcrof Perry county nnd M C Eversole Sheriff of Perry county were fined fl and costs in Police Court at Lexington on n charge of drunkenness They were also charged with carrying concealed deadly weapons having on their persons 44 caliber revolvers but escaped on the ground that they were officers of the law and were there looking for fugitives from justice About Rheumatism Theru uro few diseases that Indict moro 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 ho cured ISI therefore a bold statement to make but Chamberlains Pain Balm which enjoys an extensive sale has met with great success In tho treatment of this disease Ono appli cation of Pain Balm will relieve the pain and hundreds of sufferers have testified to permanent cures by its Use Why suffer when Pain Balm affords such quick relief and costs but a trifle For sale by Lyn BrosCrahOrchard r iv i LANCASTER A few couples enjoyed very much the impromptu dance given Tuesday evening for Miss Pearl Burnside of StanfordRev T Brown was in our town Wednesday and Thursday in the inter est of the Christian Companion n well known religious paper The ball game Wednesday afternoon between the second team of Central University and the Lancaster boys re suited In a score of 8 to 7 in favor of damage was done as the result of the afternoon train jumping the track at Paint Lick Monday No one was hurt although every car left the rails The evening train due at 826 did not reach here until 2 A M D M Anderson bought 40 hogs from J M Cress at 4fc J H Rigsby sold 125 barrels of corn to B D Holtzcliuv at 250 John Anderson fought a sow and pigs from C Bourne for 15 Ed Doty sold a horse Monday to Wm Dodd for 250 Clayton Arnoldsold u horse to John Woods for 250 On Monday night the store of J M Meadows and that of W F Parker ut Lowell wero broken into and robbed of 75 and a number of pairs of shoes Blood hounds were broughttothe scene on Tuesday morning and they trailed too tobacco bed on a farm nearby where Jack Johnson had been working and from there to a point where Johnson was found He was arrested and has been lodged in jail It is not known whetlw wti jviftiTjifttiilfcrrpvupwrty huI been found Proto F A Peakes lecture Monday evening under the auspices of the Graded School was greatly onjoyed and his services have again been secured for Friday evening May 5th Gov Beckham has appointed lion R H Tomlineon delegate to represent the the State of Kentucky at tJ1Q Southern Industrial Porllment to be held in Washington City May 23rd to 26th 1905 This is an honorable distinction conferred upon Mr Tomlinson and his many friends will be glad to hear of it Robert Elkin wua with his parents for a few days this week Mr John M Logan returned to New York Tuesday Ho received a telegram saying that his partner had died while undergoing an operation for appendicitis Mr James I Hamilton who has had a severe ill ness from blood poison is able to be out Miss Pearl Burnside has returned to Stanford after a short stay with Mrs J M Farm Mrs A H Rice is with Mr H A B Marksburyand family Mrs J A Bcazley has as her guest Miss Mary Beazley of Stanford Capt T A Elkin and family have moved to the Reid property KINGSVILLE Revel and Cecil Gooch were in Cin cinnati last week Ed McCarty bought two fine horses In Stanford last week Uncle Cube made another one of his regular visits Monday Forest fires have done considerable damage to fences and timber There was quite n nice dance at Mr Joseph Houks Tuesday night Every body reports a good time The new verandas built by Sebastian nnd Manfred Chevolette make a decided Improvement in the looks of their houses Russell Gooch had a very fine heifer killed by the train Tuesday Joe Lena han left Monday for Ludlow to spend a week recuperating Alonzo Rigney is at home for a few days W L McCarty was in Stanford Tuesday Deputy Sheriff Ncwland was in town Monday to collect the fines that Judge Bell Imposed on the railroad boys for not appearing before the grand jury on the first summons Mrs 1JC Pennybacker was in town Monday and Tuesday Mrs J W Bailey wife of our new agent arrived on Monday and Is with her husband at the Walter Hotel Thomas Carney and Mrs Maggie Bowling after a pleasant visit to Middlcburg returned home Tuesday Tilden Gooch spent a few days in Casey A Daredevil Ride Often ends in a sad accident To heal accidental Injuries uso Bncklens Ar- nica Salve A deep wound in my foot from an accident It writes Theodore Schuele of Columbus 0 caused mo great pain Physicians were helpless but Bucklcns Arnica Salvo quickly healed it Soothes and heals burns like magic 25c at G L Pennys Stan ford and Lynn Bros Crab Orchard druggists A tiny pinch of salt added to the whites of eggs when beating will make them froth quicker and the froth will be stiffer In whipping cream a little salt helps to make it turn TheL Nor Southern is said to be behind a project to buy the Kentucky Tennessee coal field People who takethe thought for the deed never got rich t JJ t r y t Aq Invitation For Everybody 11 Bank To come to the New Store and buy your Spring Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats and Caps and Gents HighGrade Goods at LOW Prices II SAMROBINSONiNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY We Sell WARRANTED PURE VINEGARS t Notlilim In morn unwliolrhonif nail IniiKornils to luiiltli tliiui lire rlipnii iicld Miiitar friijufntlv onYml for Hlfl ut you should know tlmt HKINft VINKUAKMroinply with tllllIlrO rood liiWMofvvvry Mtnt tin Ililon std IVtry country In tin world They ore not only xtrlotly and nliolutel turn lholIII1I1II1 mfo hut they ore lrorlIIItiI ninixitli unit ilillciitc In llnvor iiinl uroinit Relax pun elder vlinitnr from llrii nrKiliin of up 18 HIIIIX white plikllni vlinvur illitllliil from grain II pus pure molt vnuxii IInd front ninltnl luirioy W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY LaPorte Vehicles Over 300 of these vehicles have been sold in Lincoln county which is ot itself of their merits The follow ing list of citizens who are using LaPorte Vehicle is made up trail memory there are many others to ullof whom we refer as to of the worth of this work Preston Beck Hon J S Owsley Sr I C McClary Ias F Cummins Hon M C Saiifley J B Paxton Hon n C Warren Rowan Sauflcy- John Beck Beazley Livery J II Boone Co Livery I M Bruce Livery L H Hughes W P Grimes S stocker Presdt LynnDr OBannon Andrew Gooch Cicero J F Holdam I Ladies Furnishings Hottest Work Attractive Styles pleasure evidence representative evidence Reyiiolds M S Baughman Jas H Baughman Jno S Baughman Henry Traylor T D Newland Col T P Hill J W Brooks Jack Beazley Wm Underwood Luther Underwood Crit Eubanks Robert Sims I K VanArsdale John BIngaman haysC Thos Dudderar Porter Robinson Sidney Dunbar E P Robert WoodssJames Woods W H Higgins N Menefee Sam W Menefee rCW C Shanks W W Withers HaysJames Judge J P Bailey t vV R Denham A C Carman C Vanoy H J Darst Full carload of these popular vehicles re centlyreceived by E T Pence Co Agents Tb popularize their now business in new buildings with New Stocks and New Lutes being added J G Weatherford Co HUSTONVILLK KENTUCKY Asks you to call and you will bo convinced that they can + feather your ncstum We Are Showing The 7 Best manufacturers in the country a fine nnd well selected line of Ladies High Shoes Oxfords Every lady in Crab Orchard and vicinity is invited to call and see our stock and ho convinced that you do not have to leave the East End to dress the feet in an uptodate style W E Perkins r i j l yE prom Crab Orchard Ky y t+ j The Interior Journal j E C WALTON Now that Frankfort has a democmt b daily the Lexington Herald will have to take down its misleading sign Since the Lexington Democrat was ablorbed the Herald has been printing over ita head these words The only Ilemo cratic daily in the Blue Grass Thoso who have kept in touch with the papor during the last 10 years know the falsity of the claim as far as its democracy is concerned Its support of lcKin ley and its refusal to support Goebel are not forgotten by the democrats so soon as this and they jess laff when i the Herald speaks of it being a democratic newspaper TUB Western Recorder extends this bit of wholesome advice to a preach the like of which many of us have seen and heard VThe trouble with you brother is not that you talk too long but that you repeat so much When you have said a thing clearly pass onto something else You tire the people out not by the length of your re marks but by your wearisome repetitions IF the directors of the Milwaukee bank whose president has defaultedI for a million and a half had taken the proper precaution which they had sworn to do to see what he was doing with the funds they would not have been compelled to replace them They are criminally guilty of neglect and deserve to be prosecuted and punished MR W P WALTON of the Fran fort Journal has secured the services of Mr Shelton M Saufley now of Lou isvfflp as managing editor of his paper and he will assume his duties i Mr Saufley made an enviable reputnI tion as managing editor of the ton Democrat OLD JOE BLACKBURN has some t friends who are evidently working over time for him Hardly a mail comes to this office but what there is a circular letter or so telling of the great achieve ments of the Senator and what he is going to do next time if given the op portunity IN Indiana a man now has to swear that he is able to support a family be fore he can procure a marriage license That will cut little or no ice howeve C for when a fellow gets a marrying no tion into his head he will swear to almost anything to carry his end AT a prohibition meeting at Hem stead Texas three men were killed and several others badly wounded Atth rate how many of the gathering would have been left to tell the tale had It been a convention where believers in red liquor were in the majority 1 TilE trophies of the presidents hunt will be dressed and stuffed in the West 4 and sent to the White House A half dozen or more grizzlies have been killed i IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES t The home of John Tobscott of Casey l burned causing a 2000 loss The house of Rice Hall of Junctiof City burned He had no insurance James McKenzie aged 65 and an ex Confederate soldier is dead at Niche lasvilleA line is being built fron v Burning Springs Clay county to Boone ville Owsley county Henry Sullivan an exConfederati soldier died at his home near Crawford t Laurelcounty at the age of 78 years Burglars entered the stores of W F Parks and J M Meadows at Lowell f Garrard county and stole about 50 from each Stock is being subscribedto construct a turnpike from Monticello to Albany f capital stock fixed at 10000 in share i of 25 1Thesepostmasters have been appoint i x ed Marcellus Garrard county Benja t4r min F Robinson Mill Springs Wayne county Abel B Parritran- A M Harrison of Louisville State revenue agent has filed suit against the i First National Bank of London for back taxes on 90000 for the years 1901 1902 and 1903 Revenue Agent A M Harrison has filed suits against the Boyle National Farmers National and Citizens National Banks at Danville for back tax es alleged to be due In the case in the Boyle circuit court of Joseph N Goode against Samuel Daws marshal of Junction City charg ing false arrest the plaintiff was award ed damages to the amount of 100 4 Albert Helton was shot and killed at his home at Rockastle Springs on the I line between Laural and Pulaski by the accidental discharge of his revolver r which he dropped from the holster J Stone Walker of Richmond has signed a deed of trust to Col Sam H Stone of Louisville and R E Turley IIothistown as agents to dispose of some of his property to pay off pressing i debts After the settlement has been f made the trustees say Mr Walker will still bo in good circumstances His properly and other assets are estimated at 150QOO and liabilities are said to be I not more than 175000 ii axb t v The jury In the third case against the George WIedemann Brewing Company of Newport which is under 1mllctnlent in the Doyle Circuit Court ill about 20 different cases tined the company 100 nnd costs and also assessed n fore of liO and 10 days imprisonment on the companys agent Terre Crawley of Cincinnati This rhafee tin ugglcgnte of 510 thntthl converts las been flned during this term of fcmrt and there are yet 15 cases The remaining cases have been continued until the September termto await a decision In the Court of Appeals on those tried the company having filed appeals Here and There The business portion of Arabi Ga was wiped out fly fire David Hallanls handsome home In Jackson county burnede Edward Axon his iCe hnd son were drowned near Canton da The plant of the Solar Carbon Com pany at Ravenna 0 was destroyed b missing tax collector of San Francisco is charged with defaulting 35112 At Wilkesbarre a cage fell throug a mine shaft crushing ten men into a shapeless mass A threemasted schooner was rundown and sunk off Orleans llass Two lives were lost The eighth annual session of the Conference for Education in the South is being held at Columbus S C Under renewed liquidation the price of May wheat optitions broke 4J cents a bushel on the Chicago market- J M Reynolds taught of H P Hawkins a wagon load of the famous Boone county seed corn at nfancy price Capt John C Donan one of thcbes nown attorneys of Hart county and a Mexjcap War veteran died at 1lun brdville Andrew Carnegie has given 10KX 00 to provide annuties for college professors no longer able to continue inactive The pawnbroker service who sold the pistol vith which Caesar Young was kille ailed to identify Morgan Smith as the nan who bought it R Lee Figg a Louisville contractor has been awarded a contract to lay 17 100 square yards of vitrified brick streets in Frankfort J B Haggin has installed poultry yards covering 25 acres at Elmendoi Fayette county Five 200 egg incubators have been put in There were 600 cattle reported on the market at Winchester Monday Eight teers brought 2tib0 each 20 heifers old at 20 and a pair of mules for 321 The aged Gen Kosloff who resorted to such harsh measures in stamping Iowa Nihilism in Russia has been ailed from retirement at the age of 68 to become Governor General of Ios cow Since Mr Dowie has bought 1200 000 acres of Mexican land it is eldent hat although the prophesies of the prophet amount to little the profits of the prophet are not a negligible quan ity Louisville Times Robert Patton Chapter Daughters of the Confederacy have appealed to Co federate veterans to aid in buyin ohnsons island calling attention to the fact that their option in the military cemetery will expire June A Mob of 25 men broke into the jail at Homer La and lynched a man charged with murder Before going to the- jail the mob seized the rifles of the ilitiamen and then quietly dug hole in the prison wall through which they crawled- It was reported in Wall Street that plan had been formed to bring receivership suits in every court district in the United States where there are policy hoIder against the Equitable Life Assurance Society Sullivan Cromwel arc said to have been retained as manager of the suits POLITICAL The Indiana House passed the bil increasing the salary of the members of the General Assembly to 2000 session and 5 a day for extra sessions Rev Lewis Green a Christian divine living on Fishing Creek in Pulask county is an announced candidate for- jailer and is making a warm canvas for that office He is a Republican In reversing a ruling of the Owsley circuit court the court of appeals certified as the law of the Commonwealth that when a certificate of nomination is filed by the authorities of a political party substantially in the manner prescribed by law it is not within the province of n county clerk to go behind it to determine if it was rightfully done For a Weak Digestion So medicine can replace food but ainberlalns Stomach and Liver Xablets will help you to digest YOllr- food It is not tho quantity of food- taken that gives strength and vlgoi to- the system but the amount digested aml assimilated If troubled yitli a weak digestion dont fall to giet- hese Tablets atrial Thousandshave been benefitted by their use They- only cost a quarter For sale by Lne- Drol Crab Orchard +The British steamer YuenWo was destroyed by fire at Tungchon It feared 150 Chinese lost their lives MATRIMONIAL George Carpenter aged IS nnd Mis Lillie Staten 1C were married at Dhn ville Mr and Mrs Wallace Estillof Franklin county announce the engagement of their daughter Martha Che nault to Robert Taylor Qulsonborry ofDanvilleJudge LJarris of the Pulaak district and Miss Emma Arthur daughter of Capt E F Arthur of Wit llamsburg wore married Wednesday They will make their home at Somerset J T Wolfs and Miss Kittiu Single ton both of the East End drove to Stanford Wednesday and ware made husband and wife by Judge James P Bailey The groom is a prosperoui farmer and his bride is tho pretty am popular daughter of Mr Jesse N Singleton one of the East Ends most substantial citizens Frightful Suffering Relieved Sullering frightfully from too vim lent poisons of undigested food C O Grayson of Lula Miss took Dr Kings New Life Pills with the re suit ho writes that I was cured All stomach and bowel disorders give way to their tonic laxative properties 25c at G L Pennys Stanford and Lyne Bros Crab Orchard druggists guaranteed First Barber Whew t That barn stormer must be a bad nclorl DittoWhyI I asked him if- he wanted an egg shampoo he jumped right out of the chair and made for the loorl Detroit Free Press The L N passenger office at Mid dlesboro was robbed of 325 McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Kentucky MnmifiHUirtTiiof JMIII MUM vr Kliinm tlnnkfls un l Yarn Svml your wool V Hkr wool in txrhuiiK1 lor work nlUiwIni he HuilJfiiitlou tiuiriiiit tlIIIlIrktlrllnll for lrlO8 mill Information AKVIIU wiiutcU s e 1CeaT1 Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Iariie 3Saddlery Ac i STANFORD KENTUCIY Every Retailer cannot get to StHso tie next lest thing is for tin to talk about them Everyargument against the I URFIT is evidence in its favor Everybody knows that shoes slip at the hiel swell or wrinkle at the sides and twist out of shape Putting the URFIT device in the Mann Shoes absolutely overcomes those peculiarities gives thf shoes longer life btttcr ftylc and permanent comfortadded to which represent in themselves the highest qualities of art shoemaking Sold By HJ McROBERTS tirp- I HATS HATSAJ STETSONS You nil know what thurotho best soft lint on onrth Wo lute than 1 in three stylos dark and light c6lor sizes 0 7S to 7 5ftt SSSO to Slsb a flFELTS In Flat Iron Crushers ItillSliapM and Still HaU in Brown lllnck and all the new anti delicate shades and ltcidedlyup todnto in thuir charm ter nnd tylc from 1 to 8fl +++HI H + ++ + + + 11 b u H J MROBERTS STANFORDI lluv III ioifi trutxl T F GROSS1- rarh rvlll Kv Ill llktlUWU Irulor of lioriM i sad linrw diM tUI Maus net ton RiMiriiiittU PEYTON My lack IVjrtnn Iz j IlarOld w III lURk the prvMMit Mti oiiof tufiitt my Ihlo- at MornluiKl Ky Hi IS to Inurv a ttr- iiII I rytnnA 1011 af erg and flaw land ol l lint lIr crop of rolt nt tnl roan Four of colts niv on my fiirin which wIll Rk for tbotnxlvr cod nut ir MVII nt ui Clot I will ale lit UOIII11IltaetltllIIIIII- lIrkmfr 1IUVCK HAWK yrltr r1 I1 hl li ll will Mrvt n 11I1I1t1 nand ronurr1t lMoliiunn llvlitiifo Money uu warn colt U Kxtttil or Irnileil or lrt1 with Not rcniHiiKllilf fur ucelilcnti or tMtirHIt KINCI lon ItiiI Ky FOR SALE I McKINNEY ROLLER MILL I offer for site melt add residence 16 McKlnrrv Ky Mill has sour capacity 01 so bnrrrli and mewl 10 bunbeli er Mill U well equipped with modern maebli err In Rood repair nloraKeCIltyor 5000 buhets or also large corn olro sad cribs wagon rnle ollPralfd from office cost bins sad lee liouie All unlhn root sever falllne water In mill lot li within 100 feet of Oloclnnatl Southern n- lit track and hat prtrsleldlog The lea Is good for the reaton c De U nere t market to many of tl wheat and corn roWh In Llico county large terrltorr furnlthlng Gusto IrlndlDI The red and coal baitars connection with mill pays ello tolble to market all product troLl mill 1elo deuce li a two tory MIx room trams wllb cistern on back porch Milk Iou e at biu door ceineatedt all comjiaratuely new Large barn buggy homo In mill lot On ai Moat of my falling eyesight aid hIUt generally my nbyilclani have advlied m to the milling i For futthi partlcularicallon or address Dr Edt corn Ky or W it McKlnne KyJ JIcKISNEV McKinney Ky DORSEY GOLDDUST 12055 Full brother toKti lli JIH1 Mind by 11IlulllillhhllloL Utll byolddUI IV It Virinont Morllllll h Ariililan utiilllonI- Hiriwy Imp lolihluiti iliiui In Klorrnci liy Clol dUll MlniHi chief it Mill of liilli Morttin making him lntfii rlv Inbrctl Moritn from Juntlii Moriiiiii 110thiIllrs tin It Hindi of rand hurt known Pur folddiift U n dark Imx Ilrllk IKilntH full in bund l a ii iKiuiKli Ihr of clntproven foul IIIHI Kii iiiiuiinii tern romltlnlnu nil iiiulniddlf nnd nm uruuuul1ttapprlra Tho champion Middl anil roinblned of the Jack O IHiiiiioiuliliirwHtiimU IIIOWIIArllItI Twelve of hll colt havo hold for over 1U In 111lNllt two II IMrvlco In olfernl thin any yearn of hU pnKlUrliiK iiiallty In Kiii lucky WIIIIII1I1t my incur 12 mile from Hliinforil KYUII loinvdnuwltr- lroltdrolrornutrelirled llvinu colt with by breeilei Mores ktilt ut on Rrac No grntlbtlg Mccldeiitii or caculr Till unit liiiiKllInu t Addren hot curs K 1t J Hlllllrorcl or Danvllie Ky THE WARFIELDT- rial Trotting Dark bay italllon 15 3H hnndm foalei IDOl bred Village Kariii East Au orS New York Sired by Dare Ievll 84MS record 209 lire or The Hou Ideal 2ilS5 ot Mambrlno Kin 1270 sure of Lori Nightingale MetKlfa The QucitorDerby March Lady of the Manor llelrat Sw Charter Mocking Ho y MrctU all withrccordauuder SsOfeJf FUt dam Naughty Olrl by Rex Amen 2nd dam MauibrlniCUll 23200 King 1270 3rd dam Dotlet by Nutwood Hb dam Topaz by Strathmore 6th Edwin dam dam by foret7tlIdmUdy Turner by Mambrl ch9eL The War eld was worked only 90 dayilai eason and sbowed It 2i21 clip over a b lULU mile track lie U Bound good buddg- ood ealttd good wind good feet and legs kind and to handle In ant ont barpenl one that will stay and trot all day the season at Sam He will M OWI neartradedoff orr to- anotber a living and makeshorse orfeiU Insurance soon Lien Gained on colt until season la paid ENOLKMAN k OWENB 1 ta i li liPANA ftlfAS I t Jil two Uyloe all sizes trout 0 04- f to 7 12n r Genuine Panama nt a r4f t I11riI novor before hoard of in this market They arc poaches at 350 STRAWS f Woll wo have alrooet everything frcin a 6cont Buckeye to tho pew a dcoideTl crOwn wide brim white fplit strawg at S3 r as ff lotH IIIIII 1jJ mv weigh for ion bred Cant l BelTiched 1 ilor painting hmsca 1 The reasons plain Mastic purest tlwroforo the most durable tvntl cconnii lent There la n whole string of other fellows i Iniw ing just M good na Mastic but they dont prove it Maybe thoy cnut Tho analysis of Mastic in jub lishod Itd inndo of pure lead zinc mid Jliisiwl oUthn most durable kind of pndatand its purity Is therefore unquestioned As purity means durability tho splendid wearing qualities of Mastic have given it tho title of 26 lipid Tvit ZuUMu this title is lickt by our absolute guanuitcc Majlto is undo bj GAULBERT CO Inc Icp LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY nod 1c lt artily rccciuincud it to your trade rIiWf pJ A III FOR SALE BY AI PENNYS DRUG STORE SPECIAL SALE FOR County Day Week j1tleetthelllMums lllack Worsted and Cheviot Out Coat 08c ilens Sunday nnd Working Punu nt 18c Children Catituerc Suits at 75c UJ1IGlens and IJdys Hats Vie up Hoys Caps Oc up Mend and Boys Shoes USe up Ladies and Misses ijhoca at 75c up Mens Sunday Shirts with or with out collars 2lc- Suspenders I for IJoys and Men at 5c up Stanford 1 Kv v Court Heavy Brown Cotton IJc up Calieoc 4Jc up INiceliens Socks Cc up upUabyup priceGarden ages for lie Black and White Thread 200 yards two spools for fie Ladies Belts Oc up Lead Pencils Cc dozen 1 S PropSTANFORD r A Thing Of Beauty Is A Joy forever RoomDontwindow A complete outfit I have two complete outfits to select from different style tnbst qloscts and lavotory Sec I My white drainboardS H ALDRIDCE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky f I I t it THE BETTER PART OF WISDOMIn the buying of your Shoes is to not let the lowest price argument carry you away Consider er the quality of material style the fit the finish Weigh these up against the price and ask yourself Is this good The lines we sell are acknowledged the best in the United States When you see Zeigler Bros Godrnan Weber Bros or James Means on a Shoe it means to you that the factory stands behind ps and we stand behind you and make good any shoe not as represented by us For those de siring Low Price Shoes we always have a few broken lots or odds and ends of good shoes that we will sell for the same price as you pay for cheap stuff j SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY tTtNltntl KY Arnii 28 1iOJj JrsTtCB to yourself and to phy sician t materials am most careful service in preparing hill prescription That is the way taro flllotl at Pennys Drugc i StoreJ1PERSONALS Mn J W WALIACB continues very ill IititR JUIIA Huaiiiis Is with friend at WinchesterMil to in Casoy on n fishing sprcu GKNIAI JASON WMLBY circuit clerk of Casey waa huro VoUnoaday Mitts ANNA HOITZCLAW has taken J rooms at Mm Walter Warrens DR GUHSIK Iliiiura of Danville J her uistor Mrs J S Owsloy Jr ftwith AND MRS JOIKIMI OMAiiv of wore visiting relatives hi till MRS II C WHAY and little dough ler Annettv art visiting details at Somerset Mn AND MRS Jon S idea aro back I from a delightful trip through the South e and Southwest Miw JAMKH MiiiwiiaN of Lotmwn Junction wus the gtint of her mothtr and sister hero Rev J M HnuCK nawwl through tot Kirksvilla Vetlnoatlny to preach funeral of a Mrs Jones MHH WIIJ SCOTT of DiunrlU ww here to sir her mother MM It P Sephotw who continuos ill Mill JOHN It MKIUIION of Soreor Pct is with her daughter MtMtteraw J It Ueocley anti A C Jill ATTOIINBYH J S OxvautY JH sad ieorgo II Saufley were in Klchmorx1 thus week attending Federal court MILs S R COOK who Yixcntly mov ed to Lexington writes that she aJMII her family aro dolightwl with tholr new home till COWAN of Hutonvillo WM in town Voilmmlny laying caw IJn- olnc Wells of YoiujmUe WM In town Tuesday Somerset MountHtrumr liON JAM O N SArmmta of uIplant haa teen named by Goy Reek ham n deli aU to thd Southum IndueI trial Parliament at Washington in May MILS ALICE NBWLAND Misses- Delpha anti Annie Ncwland of the East End who have spent tho winter in Ftiridn wore on yesterdays train returning homo i Miia J ALIKC Don and Mr John Doty of Lancaster woro hero Wodnoa day returning from Marttnsvlllo Ind where the latter was somewhat reliev ed of rheumatism Mats SAIIKA McCumi who has been nursing Mrs E P Woods returnttl I Crab Orchard yestcnlay Mrs Woods having sufficiently recovered to let her go home for a rest Mil AND Mlis Vic OWENS arrived Wednesday from Clifton Forge Va where Mr Owens has been ill for somo time He was working nt Montgomery and becoming ill of typhoid fever was taken to n at place JuncBJ W ALCOUN lender of tho Stanford bar and his sot Kindrick Alcorn a graduate of the law depart ment of the were In the city yesterday attemlinlto cases in the fort Journal v LOCALS WK have accordion pleating done Severance Son BOTH of the banks here and the Hus tonville bank have been sued for back taxes t right silo of tho opera house will for white people at tho col tTilt entertainment tonight want to sec the best ono man 1IFyoushow tho country see Ralph Uingham House evening of at Hustonvillo Opera May 9 addition hastebean made to A LARGE + thecold storage department tho Stan and Ice Co and It wiuVowTioUfllcara of Ice The car paclty of tho plant U 1C tons Per day payagain to see IInbertI WOUU Carpenter act Fred Cook wobble Geo Hopper uruim and hear Iioverly Rout snore Tho High School at 830 too night Admission 2016 and 10 cents Till Lancaster baso ban team de feated Central University eight to sev Lancaster grounds Wednes en on the day Wearcn Hughes and Earl Cole man of this place helped the Lancas administer the doseboys tel FULL line of furniture carpets drug gets rugs lace curtains shades ami wallllfllHtr Tribble Pence J STANFORDS firstteam and Contra Universitys freshman ball team will 8 bats bore Wednesday afternoon nextJTUB L N will run another 160 excursion over the K C Ui Cincinnati Sunday Tho train leaves the Stanford depot nt 5 A M Tiliiun will be a wedding at the opera house Friday evening May 5 The entire community is invited and ox plated to be present r W II WBAUBN is quite an artist Tin- aigntvork ho is doing for Dr W N Craig on barns fences etc would do a credit to Louis 11 Ramsey or any oth or sign writer I HAVB returned the with a vtrxkome Itae vjf ratlSucty Khvcrh I in vile the kidios to call and examine before purchasing Mrs M V MooreL McKinney Ky FOR HUNT Home on Logan Avonue vacated by S It Cook Good gnntan partly planted outhomst cistern and hydrant number of fruit trooa ands most desirable home in ovary way For further pftrticutan ere Dr J F put DK T J UOHON answered our pup ndawl brought town a fine ono which was for a friend of this paper Tho doctor nteo brought us n liberal donation of his splendid asparagus and plo plant for which uro aro very grate fill Mm A Lxwls son of Dr and Mrs T M Lewis of this place Is publishing n lively weekly in Cincinnati entitled Tho Searchlight Ills Social t In lutitias awl b devoted to the in tort of Cincinnati Covington and ewporlIKn WALTON to ling to trade sub ftcripUorw to his paper for Stttpherd pups Ho ia collecting a cnr load for the Turkey export trRtleSomen t Journal No meroly want a good pack dogs to help locate that boom tho Journal lias been talking about for aI half dozen raM Situ Daviii Garrkk again at tho Grad ed School Auditorium tonight Besides the play Whlttlors Mud Muller will to pantomimed by Miss Sara Dunn lion Bolt sung by mate voices Miss lIudl1cnceforgot your troubles ISOLf OtrrThe grocery and hnrdI ware firm of John Bright Jr CoI has sold its stock to Mr Robert L Warner of Tarrard and an inventory Will begin Monday Mr Warner is a brother of Mrs J W Porrin and is a splendid young math The many friends and patrons of the Mossra Bright re gret that they are going out ofbusiness but are glad that neither of them will leave Stanford TUB Open Session theOdd Pet lows lodgeat Crab Orchard Wednes day was n decided success and a most enjoyable occasion Some or more visiting brothers many from Stanford were present and after a meeting in tho lodge room they marched to tho Baptist church where Mr Henry Wells and daughter begun the program by singing nn appropriate song Rev Jor dan then introduced Rev 0 M Huey the speaker of the day who made a most entertaining and instructive talk This over the Odd Fellows repaired to the King Hotel where an elegant din ner was served The rest of the day was enjoyably spot in various ways TllEUBdlodin Lexington Wednesday nn old citizen of Stanford Judge W- It Carson who was one of the bright est uneducated men of all tie older res idents of that town lie was either magistrate or police judge of Stanfonl for 33 years and in the exercise of his official duties did much for the peace and good order of the city never had a judgment on appeal reversed or held an accused for trial that failed of conviction Ho was a natural analytical lawyer and judge and an everlasting talker interesting upon any and all sub jects Ho was always a poor man who ousted his friends by tho scores in all circles respected for his acumen his honesty and his loyalty to friends spent his life on crutches and a man in dangerous situations never in Kentucky Somerset Journal a x i- ly CARPETS mattings oil cloths cur talus shades rugs Severance Son ED HUBMARD has plants of all kinds In abundance and is selling them as rf cheap aa you want thorn NOTICES have been posted by Messrs and W H Traylor stating that thoy will apply for distillers license to sell whisky court day ALFALFA Mr W H Shanks has on exhibition in the Lincoln County National Bank a sample of alfalfa ruts ed by him He has in about two acers of it I nevi accepted agency for n monument house and will be glad to figure with those thinking about buying tombstone or monument J C Mc Clary CARl OF THANKS I wish to express my most sincere thanks to my friends snd relative fartidrJilndti AW tho HlnoM and death of my JutKr especially the Odd Follows sons and Itev Huey Mrs J H tus and 1orin A law to Uwhomod of Mrs P W Oartor T J lUll and others of that section Tie Athletic Club gave an artistic play tho boat for tho money Played by the nrtfets Lloyd Huey Jos New land and George hopper and the star Miss Claudia Eaton After the play wait UOOO the boys in their new outfits Friday evening TUB trustees of Graded School mot yesterday and elected Prof Joseph W Ireland of Harrodsburg superin tendent The professor is an exper ienced teacher and an exceedingly pleas and courteous gentleman Mr Wai 0 Walker was chosen treasurer TIle teachers for next session have not been wlocted and may not bt9 until board is elected Three trustees are to be elected a week from tomorrow McKINNey Mrs Jomes B McKin died of heart trouble at her home at McKinney Wednesday afternoon aged about 60 She had been in poor health for some time but it was not un tit Monday last that she was compelled to keep her bed Mrs McKinney was daughter of tho late Samuel Givcns and had been a devout member of the Presbyterian church since her girlhood She was a modest gentlewoman a lov- Ing wife and kind and indulgent mothI er and many there are who sorrow that she has been called to the blissful land beyond About a month ago this God ly mother burled a daughter Miss Lucy McKinney and we hope and believe she hue joined her above where there is no sorrow and no parting Mrs McKin noj leaves a hnsband who is In a criti 1cal condition and a daughter Miss McKinney whose grief trouble knows no bounds The fathers condition prevents his feeling his great loss as keenly ns he might but to the daughter it comes with full force she is well high crushed by the blow she has received May lie Who doeth all things well give her strength to bear the burdens that continue to fall upon her At 4 oclock yesterday afternoon the remains wore taken toHuatonvllle whore after sevices at the grave by Dr E M Greene of Danville they were gently laid away by the side of the daughter so recently buried CHURCH MATTERS The Worlds Conference of the Y M C A was formally opened in Paris The members of Goshen church are requested to be present at the church Sunday next The congregation of the Jit Vernon Baptist Church near Faywood Wood ford county will dedicate their hand some new church building on next Sunday The meeting at the Baptist church is progressing nicely and large crowds at tend each afternoon and evening ser vice Rev Dorgan Is a forcible speak er and his sermons show both thought research The willand meeting con tinue n week or more The semiannual conference of tho bishops of the Methodist Episcopal church is in session in Louisville with bishops present from nil sections of the extenrling in Louisville iJjVrfc r 11r UMBRELLAS Kecorcred and repaired and made klmutt good M new for a small auuuul I can Ux your umbrella bettor lluto the trump i alrtr and for less money Olve me a trIal FKAXK ATKINS Stanford Antecaflo226 12 Made over Vernlll truck In winning race Hired by AnUo t11I 1r that sold for Vnjui IIn1Th2111 lj ihiunplon rut of the world 2nd dam Independence son of Indus Jarkson Independencei dam by American slur The Amerleun Hour anti Anilrew Jarkson blood iii mplulntllug4n1- llouutthWorld You see Atiternrlo two to fnatrtlllugthe asst attlnon Tinnyou tee In u ht- hr hurl than either of them for he hits the blood of iMith Antecarlo Is n solid brown hunt 15 Ht haul high welKhlnit llilpound tine tvtr unit artlon will ntnnil at 110 to Insure a living colt Will also stand the young lack ABRAM 3RD Ill Ir to Violin n colt lie was Aral by tram 2nd and he by an Imported luck AhramXrdii tint dam by Velocliede rill dllllllt Imp liilermo dam by Monngo- Mlllllilloth Lien retained on role for nen ottirrlhormoney tine wilt stiuiil at my farm on Somerset ptkrtour mllf truer stnnford Mann gnu iIWI r month Cure ttikn to prevent Hivlih m i ui nut r iK nsiiiie should ii fly orcur VTIIM M KIKIHH- MiiuforU Ky INDIGESTIONS RECORD NTht best ran prescribe for your indigestion madam U Green Augurt Flower J know a several othrr physicians who prescribe itregolitly JlmUgestion is making an awful record as a cause sudden deaths It is beating heartfailure in its ghastly harvest IYou read in the papers daily of appar ently healthy and even men being suddenlyattacked with acute indigestion a meal and of their dying in many cases before a physician could be in QThis should be a to suffer with regular or periodical attackstindigestion If these tims of acute indigestion had small dose of Greens August Flower aI fore or niter their meals they would have fallen a prey to such sudden seizures uSl Flower indigestion by- creatfaggooldigestion It also regulates the liver and tones up the entire system in a natural QTwo sizes aye 750 All druggists For Salk at Pennys Drug Store TEMPLE HILL STOCK FflRM JroSa Place City Haiti Harrodsburg Kentucky Iliil IHf yenr old rte rd SSS In Mh hint over iinelmlf mile truck Klrrof S with rer unls IxttT than Stan Chnmplon how home of K ntiHky and Icndlnii Ire of hliihclaoK Fond hortei mid tram itO to limnre a thing toil Sad n Rood rote at that or iltUiithe sea 1111I claim It to the Iwt Intenit of that own eni of tuna of Mvrrnrflint adlolnlni conn lli to breed to IIIIIIhi iboiuiMi lu In not i XIt to keep him nod breed and huntllrb1 priHluco ii It very natur ul that will work for Mile of I at lilxh prlr no wetter to whom they Iwo IOIIK Ill IIIIU Ills tolls half n reputa daft end huve iold for higher ptltvs nndi Vcloned thou thus ofmlytnllluaU Mercer oriiiljoliiln countltf ant lUrauc hUcoltH have tnken more premiums than those of nny ttalllon In Mercer or conn tlcR 4th IJiHiiuM1 h Im iilulliT nvord its horse liuvlnu won out of ntn andnlwurrnronlespchow hors huvlnn Willi r Ullt 01 ftivlmwH any stnlllmi In Mercer or aillolnliiKcountlet fith HeciuiMi fled I nfU II only horse by u horse with n record of SilH ti K tlnyi who lugs slndacolt with rrcordu Utter than 811 and with n dam IJuly lira that every colt lu hud Wok n standard record and was u winner cud whose grand dam HoprnnoiwiiH the ureiitext rood man In the world huv In the lUtnnd wlioxv slro 11 KCIayi coil for tc and whose diim sold for tl whose dnms died Mlkem sold for in for a Imlf Intirekt and who himself floa- tlenhold nt tllrPtitrs old for SIIHI and n- t11ycnroldforli1 end that hits hlmsi for over tooouw its ltOiInylrurlhncof Hifn were ever for IIP dandthcyulltook reconl 7th Hut one of Ked Ieufs colts wan ever raced end in or lr reece wltinliiK drat li- ttintoedaaondti811 the others an slimvn h the Year fhowed mllen In JII nod would liner lnina sensational horse he llv tl fcth Red lA af hint Mrcd tours hluh climi hlitvrlced traits than any stnlllo In Kentucky In post two years Mh ran show several error of over tlUi for a luilr now have None of those told live rears old nod most of them under tjin r nrM uld Sow I say want n trotter Itcd Inf U brut to let them hit lire out of the ureattst siren of extreme speed and hU diim u grout pro liicer nnd uhw by one of the worlds iirviitirt sires of lied WllkCH ami hi slr nthe isreatcut bras mare the world If you want u show horse he lrhnxrovtaa ill v through the circuit In regular and wiipstnkt and winning SI out of ill shown equalled roily by tho worlds fnmou Oypi yQuewi I you want hush seas horse he cnn get them that will sill for the dollnr laid his Illllcs ore suru Is u Kreut brood satires If these ore not fuels why not I have n good Black Jack to stand ut 11 tit Inurl nlivlugcolt n I bOQDDARDat The best on earth is a HANAN SHOEthe acme of elegance in shoe making All leathers all styles shoes and oxfords black and tan FIVE DOLLARS Buy the Bestget Hanans IsiIlntei CUIIfHNMCLARYr ThcfGibralter of Rockcastlc County Financial Institut- ionsCITIZENS BANK OF BRODHEADJKY Oilers to the People n Safe nnd Conservative Banking System Accounts of Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited Give us your business and fro guarantee n pleasant and profitable relation I per cent interest on nil deposits of S100 or more when left in the bank and not checked upon for n period of six months J W HUTCHESON Cashier A IIoHE COMFORTS I GIBBONS MAY Are detracted from if the interior dec orations do not properly harmonize Let us aid you in bringing about the proper and desiredeffect l The bencht of our experience and our many facilities arc at your disposal WINDOW SHADES Wonlsohnmlle IAIwr Brother Illuli Htandnrd Paint jl tint lien made Varnish Htalns Pointersaehol II ufHtnttonrry andHiiiuirKft as be found any where lad I can HlreetDANVILLE KY I W B McRoherts tDRUGGIST fSells Kuriccs Heady Mixed Paints Every jgallon Guaranteed There is none bcttelINew Spring patterns of Wall Paper Lead told Linseed Oil Also A Tested dod Sure Bed Bug Destroyer r I The Interior Journal Entered in the fortOffice at Stmford at Mconddau matter For Sale Privately houfo und 10 acres of land Iltuated Jusl outside of town limit on the Bomerset pike Houia has 7 rooms kitchen and ler s room good cellar stable and alt necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for J P BAI- LEYNOTICE You should see us before you let out your house carriage and root painting Ialer hanging a We have ot paper from three leading houses of the world and can tell you wall cheaper hall you can steal It Fatlmates furnished on ap All work guaranteed- J J BrMiEH k Co street INSURANCE Klro Lightning 11I11Mtorllllur Rn1 nllll Accident rat prerutrsl lowltIoiiiiiipltntpitluVir 1nvlnRjK arlCnedualled Talk with MAHONYrStanford Kcntuck Itesldenco Phone No SJ RIA JONES Dentist5- TANFORDKENTUCKY Office iu Myers House Parlor Phone No 1 J H BOONE t CO Proprietors IVERY fIND FEED STflBLl Stanford Kv Itates1 Oood Livery Service at Reasonable Alto Dealers In lall on us on Depot Street Coal BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce sit Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special uentioD to Commercial Mell Your patronage is folicited Horses on commission took Pens In Connoctlon Give Me Your Order I Can Please You e Wbr buy ready made clothing whet here is so little difference in the price of high grade ready made suits and a tul wade to pour measure taken by an ex erienccd tailor r I have a handsome Inc of Spring goods I can make from a low price business suit to the floest dret 8 Il1lt Also Springovercoats and trou erstThe company represent is one uf the best 1 also have a line of gds II sake up lot those who prefer it mIl C RUPLEY the Tailor mitt Brothers Wu will nljow our frloiiiUu Rixclnl line or arpeti Matting Itugs IjicvCurttiliiH mil orthrres thls work Mrs George Prultl hns on exl9llntnasortment or tin moil styl Jlh inlllliicrv sow on Imn- lPRUITT BROS Morelund hi POSTED We whose names appear below strictly lurbld hunting fishing or any kind of trup- anlDg on our places and will prosecute vIolators to the tull extent of the law- Irs Kate Ador Relchenbch Bros Fred VoaOruentganAlbert VonOruenlgan Fred VonAllman Fred Baumann Mfred Simpson George Holmes Miss Mattle U Howes E Kelchenbach barlei Oummtns Jos Ballou A O Dunn S M Holmes W E Amon W K Daugberty d J Rottman M D Rlmore Peter W Tarter J Nerln Carter J E Bruce w F Sbomtker Thomas Forrlll Green Ferrlll J ConDoJobn B Oamenlscb IamTsnwbrldge A D Root Olaarkl Eaeelln Prank Uordlor Red Bond 32278 12l1L T1 b n laO how fOIlIellnlllJ UinliancUIiluli no white HlnU hy Kill Vllkes Hlr of ISttrotteranml imcers limn ofltt In Sil W protturliiK Hires Hire of Prince Ilkfsiill 11 VllkisXiiOH Itlair IZW M Hliinilie home SldI ollle Wilkes I1t Htnr5lit 14 ham or Wiilnut II12Iii 14 KliiKtiiomliMV MoUl Yalu ll lllfolI1nIIIOIIIIof 15IUYqIll Ills byMninItIOTanplerra iinof TotiilMKliMW tllll by Union slrn or llriiru Irliue 1111 lhluc11 2Lri I4OutluwY41 hdaula ul Ito by multi Wlinlebone Iteil Bond 1s liretl like tin two creiitcut res living AUertoii nod Axtell nil three 01 thorn Iwlntf liy the OIM of the Kant leo like mul out of the liiuuhter of Mum hrlno Hoy 26 He lull the tliiext leu fettt r5 n ml U not only u ixrfect trotter IlIlt n couch home that run win In liny horre IIhow lAid New York Horw Show In Hep hIIIIr ho won in every dims In was shown id ilefiiitnl MIIIIH of the griuudnt show horllo8 cwt III MiulUmi Mqunre Ileil lloml not olllYIi wry huh gal l horw hr It1a ItrnttlrlIlIlIIIOo without lakds or wlulitK Wit think III Board wi tin vIU ol tilt Iviitont stallions In America to Hire 111I- In1 itepplnu conch hunts Ills eoilforiiiHUon U that ol llntlrlim hllw horse for MailUon Nyunre iar leii IK aIthors of n great dent of llnl h style Iwtiilicunml lane Ho U iKMind to sire the horse of oliiy the extrenolaetl mid lion that Is rtKiulred h prices lhl1 IradIHg horseneiul or the country thlllk- thll horse Is the Inst hllhlttJlJlIIIII Jltllllion- oWII tlst7 juke ngrant ulIII sire willi bmrdhsg- VIII unlka the Mn5on or 11G nt Monnlela 11111 8 nt I16 to Imureu Ilvhi- gItorttolnsurenltvingcult when thrill r neore A 1IIUNAIaIY DuuvllleKy 4jj 1 FOR SALE Eight hundred acres of n fins hnJasOu will IinJ In Central with twenty thousand dollars worth or brick buildings on lanl running water free pike dost to this cI only I so an acre W BLAKLLEV Bowling Green Ky For Rent or Lease A splendid largo dry storeroc and a larxQ warehouse attached recently occupied by Levy Urns Stanford Ky Apply for particulars to J B Owtter or to The County National flank J B OWSLEY Stanford Ky Nice Home For Sale I Having decided to return to Somerset I otter for sale privately mr home on East Main Street In The residence Is a slxroom brand new bath roots and all conveniences The lot contains about IK acres of land and the hcme Is a most delightful one For further particu tars call on or write me at Somerset J Beck or Wm Beck at Stanford E D Peyton DEALER IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford A S PRICESurgeon Dontist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberU Drug Store in the Owsley lluihtiugI BRECKINRIDGE My liliiek ark will makf the s ntnn of lIn at lilY tnl mgr milt from Iryaehrrsvllle nn till Prwe ierwvIIIt to MiHiiro n colt live inonthH nkl lie Is a sure foal getter and a goat mule jack as men who lmy0hlecoINwilt testify Mares tnul nl or parted with without III me con cerning the ftenxon forfeit the mllne nlM Krazeii few lllatC at SIs per month My ltIIolllllllttIIt1ol1th1J to the hut will not lx n sKii ll ejcniKa or Ijrldent xhoulil any otvur H I1IthuIII Dar11 Ti 11 lorIDBALCR 11 Whisk Brandu WinGs Beer Gloars Etc KYio drink Mai pbon cr telegrapb orders naive rolllpllllnlon A RESTORATIVES CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY pbrllt1menulprtOIl mAn Wmt th true of prf mal1bood To atuinthlj the tint rciiiiiltt u good ballbf mllt1 llPCrrCR Calm Ntrttt Ntnua Dalllty railing Mmn Vital nrb rOilroUn SlipUttni andottirr Croublcdut rnoelXlbtue1rlnloots wIth aanteeto refund If not cured or tonenttd ruriPErrER MCCICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO fl A roll SALE AT TEXNVS vitro stout JLBeazleyCo UndertaKers null 1II111111I erStAlso Dealers in Fur niture JlattingsKugs Thor will exchange Furniture for itll Kinds of Stock Give Them p Call Prices Kiglit STANFORD KENTUCKY KING EAGLE King Eagle Is 10 hands high dark buy goes nil the nail with plenty of speed style action sired by Royal KIng 1st dam by Fugle Bird 2nd dam by Red Lion 3rd dam by Harris Donmurk he by Mllleri benmurki ttb duns by Jim Bell thoroughbred NOTE King was sired by the great On Time and Is a brother to the great Silver King and Allle O the great show mare that told for 1000 King Eagles 3d dam Is the dam of Minnie Boyd the groat show mare that MattConen won everywhere within 18DS and s Id for 8500 King Eagle Is proving himself a great breeder of line colored and- high styled colts his colts all having plenty size his oldest colts being three years lOt this Spring There wui unto of his two yearolds out last season that proved to be a great show filly King Eagle will make the present season of 1005 at my stable 2X milts west of Stan ford on the Shelby City pike at the lowprlcu of ilO to Insure a living colt Will nlsoKtand thegruat mule and jennet Jack Illllv Keene at SID for mares and J0 for jennets to Insure a living colt Hilly Keene was sired by the great Tom Keene 1st dam by the Imported Palermo 2d dam by Levi nubble Prince the sire of Joe Blackburn and Ilrlgnolla Billy Keene stands full 16 hands tltgh black with white points and as a breeder he Is unsurpassed as a or jennet jack Billy hashad sever al two earoId jacks to lately at 1700 and f800 Will also stand the great young Jim Keene he Is by the great Billy Keeue 1st dam by the Imported John Wells 2d dam by Beecher Jim Keeno Is proving himself a great breeder there being two of his mule shown last year one wearing the blue and the other the red In the same ring Jim Keene will servo mares at SID to Insure a living colt Mares traded parted with or bred elsewhere forfeits the Insurance and money becomes due at the time of such transaction For further particulars call on or ad ores T HARRIS RORT WOODS Phone 72Klng 3 Stanford Kyi I e r s 7 I FARMERS DEPARTMENT The Hessian fly Is doing great dam age to wheat In Nebraska J H Floyd sold to Lutes Co Iewes 49 lambs and two bucks for 460 FOR SALE Firstclass Register Poland China boar R H Crow Shelby City 4t M S Baughman sold to Robert S Lytle of Danville his harness mar Georgia for 250 R L Murphy bought 15 cattle at 3 to 31 and sold D C Allen six butcher cattle at 3cCasey News One of the big attractions of the Danville Fair this year will be the os trich race each day on the track against a running horse Fox Sanders Co sold to Charles Burned for Hammond Packing CoI Chicago 475 cattle averaging 1225 Ihsl at 5J cents Danville News A J Winkle of Knoxville was here last week and bought 12 mules nt prices ranging from 100 to 162DO A V Mcllarguo sold him a matched pairjfi 325 London Local A Western mule raiser says two mules can be raised until three yea old on the same feed us one stee The steer will be worth from 00 to75 300I the finest we in many a day It is as pretty as a picture 15 hands high nnd will weigh close to 80 pounds Tho splendid animal will be a blue tie winner at the fairs this year The seven tobacco warehouses nt Winchester have received 45WOOOJh of tobacco from Clark county since the movement of the 1901 crop set in The prices have ranged from C to 11 cents Etimatcd average 9 ct The Somerset Real Estate Agenc yesterday sold to John L Porch at present of Williamsburg tho Kendric homestead with 200 acres of land nd joining the city limits on Vernon ave nue nnd the Cold Bank road The price was upwards of 10000 Mi Porch we are informed will plot ofT n few choice building lots for sale to the right parties Somerset Journal HUBBLE has returned to WaI1oIJames Cox Sr has been quite sick for u few days Lee Rankin lost a mule n few da8 ago from kidney troublo H CWnltor sold his hay to Bank Hudson at 10 per ton in Lancaster Mrs Lou Bolion of Wayne isviaitinj tier mother Mrs Sloan at this place Mrs Sallie Eubanks is arranging to visit her daughter in Illinois soon and spend the summer Till Carrier a young man working for John Spoonnmorc shot himself in the knee while loading a pistol We are glad to note that Rev L M Orner of Stanford will preach at the Christian church here Sunday after noon at 3 oclock D G Spoonamofu bought a saddle nave at Lancaster Monday for 135 James McKechnie is shipping a car oad of hay to Wayne county Mrs J G Hendrickson near here took oil 95 young chickens a few days ago and something came to the hat night and killed and carried oft 75 of them fMrs J W Anderson is with her laughter at Marksbury for a few days 1lr Lee and Mrs J W Rankin visited relatives in Perryville Saturday Goo food and family visited friends here unday Mrs L B Weavers sister nnd friend from Wayne county are here this week Resolutions of Respect Crab Orchard Lodge No 108 100 F CRAB ORCHARD KY April 23 1905 Whereas it has pleased Almighty God in His wisdom to remove from our midst our beloved brother Dr J H Pettus be it resolved 1st That in his death our lodge has lost its present vice grand an ardent und efficient member and has sustained un irreparable loss the family a kind and loving husband and father the com unity n good and useful citizen and the medical fraternity an honored aped usted member 2nd That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the minute book of the lodge and a copy be sent to the family of the deceased and the INTERIOR JOURNAL publish same 3rd That the members of this lodge weur trio usual badge of mourning for the period of 30 days and that his sent in the lodge be draped in mourning theme length of time- Respectfully submitted R H Bronaugh M M Perkins H- L Wells committee The Very Best Remedy For Bow el TroublesNo Family Can Afford To Be Without It I regard Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy us one of the very best remedies for bowel oublcs writes Mr J W Hanlon elUtorof tho Despatch OcilIu Georgia 1 make tills statement after having used the medicine in my family forsov eral years I nah never without it No family can afford to bo without a ottlo of this remedy in tho house It- certain to be needed sooner or later or sale by LyneBros Crab Orchard a r Mr yr W P Walton oC tho KentuckyJot nal defends the woman of the South against the Arnold slander as fol1ows Dr Arnold director of the New Have Conn Normal School of Gymnastics says that womens skirts nre cht6 used to hide ugly legs nnd that worn generally are far less graceful than men The doctors anatomical exploj ration must have been confined bandyslianked women of the Enst The Journal man knows little nbout such matters but that little convinces him that the contrary of the doctors observations is true especially in Ken tucky where women are grown InI physical perfections If the doctor would come hither and could get a glimpse at the graceful curves the tiny ankles and the swellii calves that adorn tho average fornt divine and then take a look at his own andother male extremities he would acknowledge his ignorance nnd take It all back Last Hope Vanfshed When lending physicians said thnt W M Smlthart of Iekin la hnllln curable consumption his last hOllI vanished but Dr Kings New Disco cry for Consumption Coughs anll Colds kept him out of his Brat Ho says Tills great specific com pletoly cured mo and saved my lIfo Since tbeu I have used It for over 10 years nnd consider it a mnrroloi throat and lung euro Strictly selen tine onro for Coughs Sore Throats or Colds suro preventive of 1ncumonl Guaranteed ftO nnd 81 bottles nt G L Pennys Stanford and Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Trial bottle free Tiw tap latwleps soul of them H 11 ilo for poets fur Hole e bit to II wrfa Chari II KerrCook feral four more rnllll Stanford DIXIE Ties line HhctlniMl pony will make thIrnt MtiMM nt my 11111 near IVyionNi W nl is to Insure a Itrlng roll H H about hand high twitutlfy1I spottest lIOn and prrvfirehlvntoccur Shirrs flitCHltIU rVK Valuable Property For Sale Ten acres of land a twostory front room cottage The hoa o ttnow A plen did garden orchard There U u lar mill on theplitce a rood cub r sod tt dim Is in gold repair red the natural ptw er Is great economy to runnloj are will Does a splendid basin Krerytblnr Is ID rood repair and has all necrstarr out uulld lag The owner only roll fur sollln Is the rush of other butlnmn as he has ex t nslre farming interests to look after This property lion the Hanglrir Pork about I miles Irons Stanford and can he ixmght a bargain For further particulars ad dress S U Thurmond drtle Kv or L It Hughes Stanford try GEORGE HUR One of the finest English coach liortcs he Stale will make the present season ray place on Silas Andersons farm at Ji to insure a living colt money due when tolls gets up or mare is parted lien retained on roll until season withIpaid Gr9ge lIur is black eet and white face weighs when goo 1600 pounds stands full 16 hands 8pringGeorlleplendid driver a quiet and at any work He was sired by lien flat Major 273 Grand Sire Scott 2430 Dam Jennie Beatrice Clydesdale CieorRi lIur has some of the finest colts in the country has proved to be a sure foal getter George lltir is half English coach and half Clydesdale best draft horses tbe Slate For infcrmation call on or write Wm Sprinkles at Rowland Ky and we Invite all lovers of horses tc call and examine George Hur Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible any occur I will also stand my fine jack Jim Par ter at the same place at WM SMINKLBS Rowland K- yiLECTmCAN5O07 Rue RKor4 114 14 Sire of MUI SII ElKtrlmont arse 14 Grolchn 14 Prince Hsat 14 LIUJIIJ own torb r tu h1Ggh nJarJ registered He Is by tr its ol 66 Jams ol in he by Ilimblctoniin to sire of 49 imtof ill he by AbJjIUh t ilrcot t dins of t Knt mare by Imp ItollfounJcr UlcctrfcUns ibeeeca Jam of Btrnj a IT RtxtorJ asa Asians Rusunole a o etc Rebecca by Gn It nton li1oftOalUh Sar Thin Jam Emma Mills dam olJ sir es etc by American Star lilectrtclan Is a royalbred horse Ana style an j lion with great beauty He Is a horse that 101Kr- eat speed ant gameness although his record Is ly jn it hi repeatedly showed tulles la atf A number of his get has been sold for roajtlert bring tram Sicu to St too As most of his colts autleswlthfineaUldnstyle antsite un recom as a great stock hone trill nuke the season on same conditions and at sam plate as clay King at the fee of Sn CLAY KING 2964Record an J4 Sire ol Dick Wilson roS The King f00 i s e U ror Tom Phalr sin i Nellie lroCi- al8 14 Gay ru 14 Daisy Mal 14 TheI uard sat f4 Thl Raven a6 Juttln M a6 1J0raJo sat 14 and fight others with recurs of belI than jo as trotters tot Dick Vllv n pacer Kin Clay y Sle of Mill Lldasro 14 Ma- rSai4Claymors317 14 Eolacig 14 Klng rln- oaIODo sat tapueen Gay aaq t ul dam Any avo 14 by Volunteer of Clay Klnr a17 14 and granJJam of logo Mail tt Sire ol St Julian En 14 St Patrick ii ia II others sons lure slrej uy and daughter eve produced Dick aia ia Stroncwond aia 14 omestake ai4 14 etc aJ dam Belle Brandon by ambletonlan 10 dam of Amy am 14 Gov Sprague toia tire of Wllmar aw 14 sire of a and sire of a Sire of George Wllkes lltcllon rllaolYMeJlumllarnU jrd dam Jenny by Younr Bacchus M4 lre of Clay King Is ison of Harry Clay 45 dam Modesty as6 ia by Tom woddir I4J ad dam Wears Star dam of rlrlller- ia by American Star u J Jam by Emmons hu- er cuv King with any kind of successful woul4 be In the fist tight of sires ol itreme spied Ills stud career Is earun and there Is not a horseman In the Blue GrIn ate who does not regard him as a wonderful site of early and extreme speed Eteiy man at the LulnrI- on track hu seen his get accompllih what has never been done by the produce of any other horse they h iv seen his yearling step quarters In jj IM seconds anti then sell for startling prices they have seen his oh1er repreienutlves show as speed gameness ndeenulnerace horse qualities IS those of any lir- oOr quartered Kentucky Clay ng make the season of at the low Iceof11 10 to Insur a living colt Alien retained the payment of the season All u ran the foal to secure care will be taken to prevent to stock tnlste1lo we will notbut Invour care bl rsponlbl for tbl sam e W BURTON I Lancaster ay- I it i Ga 1ltonSired hyOamoon Wilkes 2t10W let dm Kasy Held flCraoldm of Alice Wllkes JiK Alretta 2UJtI by nId Mrauf six In Sto and dIII of 60 In 2130 or better Sad darn Quickstep by Kentucky Irlnce Jr sirs of J Q 2IM Lpmonarte SSI and the dams of IS In the lIt 3rd dam by Old Joe sire of the darn fJQ2lttt Gallon carrlnt the blood of four trading families Wllkes llawbletonlnn Mnmhrlno Chief and tfeelota American Star Oattoa Is a dark bar IJSVj breeds large with tie Itl and action and aasire of speed Only three ot Ualtons tofu have been haudl dforsie l having All worked ratio out In SJS and Mdler This evldonce that he will tot plenty uf speed front the right class of mares and a hone that cant speed cant get action or rood road horses I have recently sold four of hit colt tree to OTojtrvroM M an avcrajfe of 1300 Soil another four ToarolJ fur IIW she gut crippled before shipping therefore lest the sale tJae that Icansoll at any time for I eo Mr MHdletoo nod niTielf ptedOhim at 81040 This N just II few tn tan et of recent saves OdUin hat uado all of Ills seasons At my table 11 Inalland served sits last three seasons an average of IS mares the season This It soother of this host reommendattoas a stftlllun can have He was a great show hone in his young day liarln defeated some of the best In harmsi classess labored under a great dlskdraoiaei us log too very had cripple In one shoulder at a ycsrold with the cripple he eats work a m11e In JS with but little handling IIU Ind haveJpuae against anti dcfwiiod Hit beat use of his colts baring won a f7 preen i at the lluiUmrllle lalr over the r et This U a few Instanrrxnf what hv ha airoadf done not what he U going to tin fur I think his futurr will IM marls better a I the class- of mares he IIItltlnlCor ate are teach l ttrr than the 0rst t oni- Oatona sire llarniMitta Wllkes lm produfvi onr of the crtmteal families He has U In th3liUt ThU wore then any other r In 410 HP has 181 In 3J9 sad better This Is morn then any other bane of Itlll age has In the N Hat Tambetta a IHIns aad daughters have over IM In the 53011es This Is jwxwf that Gallon lies a for what claim fur him Gallon will stand at III to Insure use colt maes traded oft after breeding forfeits Inruraace Ora after the Mth ef April at It per moth Wlii strand at tnv place two mile West of Ilsatonvllleen llradfordsrlllo pike hone In rMldi W IOUI ItMtMrtll Ivy IMADETOFor Sale by DU W N CRAIG Drurj0lnt Sliinforcl Ky I First National BankCapital Of Stanford Ky 50000 t This Institution wee originally established as the Deposit lInk uf In list then reorgaDlledal the National Hank of Stanford 186J again reorganised as the First National Ilaik of Stanford In 1883 having had practically an pnlnter tupted ulltenee for n Yllllrs It II better supplied now with faculties for turtlnKiuslness promptly and well than era before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Cor- poratIons Solicited CAPITAL STOCK Directors J B Paxton J H Shanks W O Walker Ceo W Carter J II Foster L 0 Oooch V II Cummins W Brlrht It It Hubble II Shanks Successors to The Farmers Hank h Trust Company and under same management continuously for 36 year We SOLICIT YOUR BANK- ACCOUNT Hoping such builnesi relations will prove mutually hnneflclal Talk to OfficersfJ I HOOKER Press S T HAKHIH V Pica J J MollOHKIlTd Chr W II WFAItFNAt Cur y Directors r Reid Danrllle 0 T Harris Stanford J S locker Stanford K I Tanner McKtnnay M D Klmore Stanford 811 Ranchman Stanford T P Ulll Stanford Jas Robinson Rubble J II Bauchmau Stanford J rettiK Stanford 0 K Tate Stanford Is LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANKI SSBOOOO Offlccrsl a U SHANKS Preside t J B Patton Vice President 1 W M HKIQIITOisblni W i O WALKER Asst Oisbla Geo H Farris 11 About StovesAny Kind You Need Hes Got Em l e a J ay r