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I it THE INTERIOR JOURNALJ VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 2 1905 NO 18 CHURCH MATTERS Elder J G Livingston will preach nt Holdams Mill Sunday next nt 11 A The Board of Church Extension of the Methodist Episcopal Church South cimpleted its work in Louisville after pi sing tho calendar distributing in loans and donations to needy churches the sum of 95000 church In Kentucky which yapplied to tho Hoard of Church Exten sion of tho Methodist church which was In session In Louisvlllo last week was that at Cynthlana It was granted n loan of J000 but Its request for a donation of 100 was turned down Since Rev S M Hankin took charge of the Presbyterian church at Greens boro N C 75 new members have been lidded Old members have Income more active and the church is In n most healthy condition Mr Hnnkinn many friends here will ho glad to learn of the good work ho is doing in tho Tar Heel StateAn iJoa of the way tiny attend I church at Columbia may ho had CromI the following from the News of that place Tho Methodist church was crowded beyond Its sosUifHC capacity last Sunday night all the aleloa being filled The people were pockod like sardine in n box and hundred who amt il had to return to their homos The centennial celebration of Buffalo Lick Baptist churohnonr Ba tlail Shel by count will he appropriately observ ed on Saturday May 0 Tho history of tho church will he given by Nov B F Hunperfonl who was pastor for many years ROT Dr W 1 Harvey otI Louisville will make ntt address upon One Hundred Yours of Baptist Ills s lacy BfchopHof tho Northern and Southern branches of the Methodist church who have boon attending Ifoard meetings there took pert In n mas motiUng at the Masonic ThoAttr Ioutavilly Sunday afternoon ami appears on tko platform together for tho first time a since tho church divided 01 yoftr RIOJ The muting WM In the nature of a love feat UIH had notlilng to do with a union of the two churches Clean House Today Dont wall till tomorrow but rtean Louse today with Dr CaldwaUV lax ative Synip Pepsin Of course welmean your IIOUM of ilush and bone your body This Is the best bout P you own and should get the most oarv Yet most poopkt neglect It In a dread ful manner Aa a itMult stomach liver and liowoU won got out of order and cause groat palu distress ulldI dangerous lrU nial diseases lhunlIsafe sumo mire Is Dr Syrup Pepsin It Hoars out nil causes oft sickness wire constipation and gestion loans house and inukos uIIwell Try It Sold by G L IVnny at rc and II Moony bark If It fnl1JI MC8lln from Constantinople give lengthy accounts of the splendid cere mony with which the Sultans daughter was married to the son of the Turkish Minister of Justice at Yildlz Kiosk thoi imperial palace The brides dress t stated cost no loss than 16000 According to tho Paris Gauloig it was embroidered with pearls and was made in the palaco itself by two millinerst who were unceasingly an officer and two soldiers lest they should appropriate tiny of the gemscLondon Mall Col W P Walton has again put on tho editorial harness much to theI gratification of his many friends both in and out of tho profession Ho has purchased the Kentucky Journal nt Frankfort and will run a red hot spark ling daily paper Col Walton is one orC t the ablest editors in the South andas wo have often said hats done moreI good for tho Democratic party than any editor in Kentucky Frankfort needs just such a paper aa ho will runt Central RecordIWatch for It It will pay you to watch for tho very first symptom of Indigestion or liver- trouble and to prevent thotrouhle from headway by quickly taking Dr Caldweila laxative Syrup Pep- sint Nothing Is more weakening to j the system than chronic dynpip laand all Its complications Nothing willi cure It so quickly pleasantly anti sure ly as Syrup Pepsin Sold by O L Penny at GOc and 91 Money back Ift it falls p esHomeseckera excursion to Michigan via Queen Crescent Route Tickets on sale May 2nd and 16th at greatly reduced rates to AuSablo Beaverton Branch Brethren Cadillac Gladwin Kalova Mantstee Merritt Lewiston nod St Helens Tickets are limited 15t days from the date of sale Ask agents for particulars or write E N Aiken T P A Lexington Ky or W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati 0 TUB wedding supper served on the stage to the bridal party will be a feature of the Lilliputian weddingI r1- t IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The widow of William HarVeyia dead at Somerset John I VartArsdale has taught the Commercial Hotel at Karrodsburg for 10000 Stephen Lucas of Harrodsburg Is dead aged 07 Ho was an exConfcd crate soldier Flakus Meeks of Burnsidc struck by a Q C train at Alpine an instantly killed A 19yearold wife who lost her reason during n Knox county revival was brought to the asylum An election has been ordered to vote on the question of issuing 30000 worth of lands for the erection ofa new courthouse at Barbourvlllc The Cumberland Railway Company of Knox county filed incorporation ar Uclos with the secretary of State amending Its articles and Increasing its capital stock from 30000 to 100000 An unknown colored man of middle ago was run down by a patwonger train ono half mile South of London and klllod lie was walking on the track and the whistling of the train failed to cause him to get oil Tho movement which Major B W liflardrecently Nt on foot to have tho State Encampment of the National OHmmeet in Danville In August to mooting with general favor and the letters ho hi rucoiring from thu military iiithoritto throughout the State are most encouragingAdvocate John M P Thatcher of Central University wren tho State Intercollegiate rntorieal Contest at Lexington Fri day night Warren B Davis of Nich olasvillo representing Kentucky Uni versify won the wcoml place The udgotf were Messrs E M Dixon Par is W O Davis Versailles and B FIGmttftni of Covington Their decision in favor of Mr Tiuitehor was unani mow Tmro seats to be no Ivopo of an oar setltomuiit attic teamsters strike Chicago Mayor Dunno und hiI peace committee hold a conference of six hours duration Sunday but no agreement was reached the Employers Association declining all proposi ions for arbitration with the team store The Chicago Federation of IaIhelda meeting and adopted a reso asking President Roosevelt Gov Doneon and Mayor Dunne to Investi gate the strike Nine hundredextra police have been put on duty Pirating Foleys Honey and Tar Foley A Co Chicago originated honey anti Tar as n thrust and lung remwly and on account of the great and popularity of Foloys lion and Tar many imitations are offer ed for tbo genuine 9hen worthless Imitation have similar sounding name Beware of them rhogenuine PoIt yN Honey and Tar is In a yellow package Auk for It and refuse any substitute It Is the best remedy for coughs anti colds G L Penny The Second Russian Pacific Squadron said to bo near the Island of IfninanI A dispatch from Tokio to a Iondon newspaper says the two Russian fleets are expected to unite on May 5 Gen Linevitch reports to the Emperor that Russian land forces have occupied Tunghusalng Tho fears of popular outbreaks in St Petersburg and other ities on Easter appear to have blenI groimdlotH No disorders have been reIported from any quarter and tho cole bration in the Russian capital opened uneventfully How to Ward Off Old AgeITho most successful way of warding tho approach of old Rile is to main tale u vigorous digestion This can done by eating only food suited to your age and occupation and whenI away disorder of tho htomach appears n into of Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets to correct It If you have a wear stomach or are trou blvd with Indigestion you will find these Tablets to be just what you nltlI For solo by Lyne Broil Crab Orch ard Ky The president and his party attended services Sunday at what is known as tho Old Blue Schoolhouse on West Di Creek some miles from their hunt ng camp They rode over on horseback and In hunting costume Follow og the sermon on Responsibilities of he Position of Presidents Mr Roose velt addressed the rugged congregation andshook hands with every one present The newspaper fraternity is glad Mr W P Walton is at the bellows He has purchased the Kentucky Journal atIFrankfort and will continuo Its publica ion as a democratic daily AdairNqws Tho old statute requiring saloons toI close on Sunday which has been ig nored for so many years was vigorously enforced in St Louis Sunday NTheodore F Hallam of Covington is the point of deathI N NEWS NOTES Twelve miners were killed by an ox plosion at Dubois Pa Sixteen men were killed as a result of an explosion in a mine near lug Run PaA Mantorvillc Minn man brutally murdered his wife and committed suicide ardfloods Padercwskl the pianist is ill at Nia gum Falls and hasconceled all engage mentsUowensattnck on Loomis will probably result in his recall as minister to of the labor loaders prom inently identified with the teamsters strike In Chicago wore indicted by the grand jury At San Bernadlno Cal airman laughed so heartily at a vaudeville joke that ho full over the balcony railing and broke his back Mtea Frances Amelia Lincoln 75 years old a relative of President Lin coln has been found dead at her home In Now Rochollo III Southern iron shipments last week wore unusually heavy indicating art In created production and prices continue strong with an upward tendency Twentyone people wore killed at Laredo Tox and vicinity by a torna do which struck the city Friday eve ning Scores of people were injured and tho property low is heavy Charles J Bronston of Lexington has been retained jot attorney for the prosecution at the coming trial of Ca lob rotors charged with complicity In the murder of William Goobol Mr Bron ton will succeed the late Tom Campbell It te announced that Praaklent Reese volt will break camp in Colorado on May 8 a week earlier than he tWill intended and start for Washington at once It to believed that the Vunatuela vmbroglio has led to the alteration of lift original plans After simple funeral services at Bus sards Bay Sunday the body of Joseph Jefferson was Interred in flay View cemetery at Sandwich Mau A me mortal service was hold by the Players Club at the Little Church Around the Corner in Now York Cerebro spinal meningitis has become epidemic in an alarming form in Silosia anti the public health officials are much concerned about it It is believed by German investigators of the disease that there is an intimate relation between it and influenza each Steele of Bull county under indictment for complicity in the Goebel murder and for the past four years a member of the fugitive colony at Inv dianapolis surrendered at Frankfort yesterday He was placed under bond of 10000 to appear when wanted Alex Hargis Is the last witness who will be introduced by the defense in the Hargis murder trial at Lexington After the crossexamination the pros ecution will consume about u day with rebuttalevidence and the case may go to the jury by Wednesday or Thursday President Louis Landram of the Kentucky Tress Association hr issued n call for a meeting of tho executive committee of the association to be held at tho Louisville Hotel Saturday May C at which time arrangements will be made for the annual meeting and out ingMichael J Fitzsimmons a Baltimore policyholder of the Equitable Life has filedsuit in the Federal Court of that district for a receiver for the society and an accounting by its officers Vice President Hyde and other directors arc charged in the complaint with fraudu lently appropriating funds of the com panyFrank G Bigelow the former bank president of Milwaukee who dcCaulttdI to the extent of a million a dollars has Tiled n petition in involun tary bankruptcy Ills liabilities as shown by this petition are 3277000 his assets are estimated at 1819I 800 against which a homestead exemption of 5000 is claimed Col Bennett If Young and others presented to Gov Beckham n petition bearing the names of 25000 persons asking for n commutation to life imprisonment of the death sentence oCI George Warner who killed Pulaski Leeds in Louisville The Governor gave the delegation a patient hearing but reserved his decision till later A Good Family Liniment Every family should bo supplied with tl bottle of Chamberlains PainI Balm For cuts bruises burns anti similar Injuries which are of frequent oceurenw thero is nothing- so good It soothes the wound and not only gives Instant relief from pain but causes the parts to heal In about onethird tho time required by the usual treatment As It is an antisep tic all danger from blood poisoning Is avoided Sold by Lyric Bros Crab Orchard Ky HUSTONVILLE Wool Is coming in now and the price is soaring and the farmers royal smile scent sempiternal George A Dinwiddle will open a new and complete stock of hardware and tinware in Midway this week Arthur Richards whose little daugh ter died last week with tuberculosis Is very low with that dreadful disease Rural Route No 1 from this place handled an average of pieces of mail per day for the two weeks since service V B Morse was called by wire to Quincy Ky on Sunday on account of the serious Illness of her father Jas ball team hereby extends a chal lenge to play any team in this or adjoining counties next Saturday on home grounds Parties throwing dead hogs in the creek are subject to indictment hence this notice that they may govern them selves accordingly James Harper bought a car load of harness horses and shipped thorn to Salsbury N C Wednesday He paid from 125 to 200 for them Tho spirit of progress still stalks abroad In our city as evidenced by the rapid disappearance of our antiquated sidewalk for the modern concrete- C T Bohon sold Coffey Bros of Columbia a bay 4yearold harness horse for 200 and a walking horse to Robert Hudson for 11250 and one to James Harper for 130 Dr Carl Wheeler and wife of Lox ington are visiting their parents at the Emporium flats Walter Carson and Miss Katherine Hall spent Sunday with Miss Pearl Rose of Junction City The beautiful silver leaf maple trees that wore killed by the fire lust year have been replaced by our city council and a little later a few bnrrols of oil on our streets will remove the dust nuisance so detrimental to every business in our city- Nathan Hicks severely cut his foot with an ax last week and Is on crutchesI for some time to come Len non and wife of St Louis are visiting friends and relatives in the West End their old home Mr Shannon has quite- a lucrative position with the Missouri PacificRalph Binghams entertainment rep resents the highest class of attraction presented on the American stage today He has no artistic equal in his departIment before the American New York Herald Mr Bingham willIbe at Alcorns Opera House night May 9th Reserved seats on sale at S D Yowells nowI Dr F A Taylor of bought of D S Carpenter a 21 months old colt by Dignity Dare and out of an On Time mare for WO Mat Sandidge sold Sam C Mackin of Lebanon a bay 5yearold gelding for 300 He is a beauty Dude Jarman sold to John B Coffey of Columbia u 1yearold har ness horse for 125 He also bought five halterbroke horses of G C Lyon at fancy prices for unbroken stock Robert Hudson bought of A B C Din widdie n pony for 55 one horse of Josiah Bishop 11250 one of Doc Drye for 11- 0JustnoMrs Corn Kirkpatrick wife of Will Kirkpatrick died a few days ago She was a member of the church and a good woman She was a daugh ter of Alfred Baugh of this place Be sides a husband she leaves six children father n stepmother brothers and sister to mourn her loss All that was mortal of a loving daughter wife and mother was tenderly borne to her last resting place at Mt Moriah burying ground Miss Nannie Meredith has re turned from n delightful visit at Bur gin George Kittrell came up from Somerset Sunday to see his wife Miss Rhoda Ann Elliott died at the home her father Isaac Elliott Saturday morning She was n member of the Christian church and loved by all who knew her She leaves a father moth brothers and sisters n Why Suffer From Rheumatism Why rtuifor from rheumatism when one application of Chamberlains Pain Balm will relieve tho pain The quick relief which this liniment af fords makes rest and sleep possible and that alone Is worth nanny times Its cost Many who have used It hoping only for usljort relief train suffering have been happily surprised to find that after awhile the relief became permanent Mrs V II Leggett of Yum Yum Tennessee U S A writlHilIum a great sufferer from rheumatism all over from head to foot and Chamberlains Pain Balm is the only thing that will relieve the pain1 For sale by Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Ky Fred Vogel Jr was yesterday elect ed president of the First National Bank of Milwaukee to succeed Frank G Bigelow the defaulter who was re cently removed by the bank directorate r y At limitation For Everybody 1 To come to the New and buy your Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats null Caps and Furnishings HighGrade Goods at Low Prices S ROBINSONNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY We Sell WARRANTED PURE VINEGARS Not lung more uiiwlinlrxoiiu oitl iluniuroiu to lionlth tluin the rlirnti add vln gore otTrml fur mile but you lioutct know that II KINK YINKuAltS comply with th pure food laws of cvtrv mute the 1nlon UlullIr Olllltr In tin Worm Tlte era not only ntrktly nod deltcuttInmnntmili e IL Ins wliiu plrkiliik vinrttnr dlstllM from Brain Jlrliu pure malt vinegar iirtwed from nmlteil hurley W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY ia LaPorte Vehicles Honest Work Attractive Styles Over 300 of these pleasure vehicles have been sold in Lincoln y county which is of itself evidence of their merits The follow lug list of representative who are using Lnlortc Vehicles is made tip from memory there are ninny others to nIlof whom we refer ns to evidence of the worth of this work Prestoa Heck SrjHon M C Saufley J B Paxton lion n C Warren Rowan Saufley Beckj Livery- J H Boone CO Livery- I M Bruce H Hughes W P Grimes S hooker Bank Presd- tui John Lynn wu OBannon Andrew Gooch Cicero Reynolds F Iloldam Store Spring Ladies Gents frequently nlnolutely citizens Livery- L M S Baughman Jas H Baughman BaughmanHenry T D Newland Col T P Hill Brooksjack Vm Underwood Luther Underwood Crit Eubanks Robert Sims I K VanArsdale John Bingaman James Hays 1C Bailey Dudderar Porter Robinson Sidney Dunbar E Woods Robert Woods James Woods W H Higgins N Menefee Sam W Menefee Embry Sr T Pence Walton V Gentry W Shanks W W Withers HaysJames Bailey Denham C Carman Vanoy H Darst Full carload of these popular vehicles re cently received by E T Pence Co Agents for Lincoln County To popularise their new lupines in new buildings with New Stocks and New Lines being added r I G Weatherford Co HUSTONVILLK KKNTUCKY Asks you to call and you will be convinced that they can feather your nestuin We Are Showing prom The Best manufacturers in tho country fine und well selected line of Ladies High Shoes and Oxfords Every lady in Crab Orchard and vicinity is invited to call and see our stock anti bo convinced that you do not have to leave tho East End to dress tho feet in an nntodate style W E Perkins r t t jzc LW P I S J E E C C C R A C J a J Crab Orchard Ky r F r n rI1a tI J i The Interior Journal E C WALTONI FRANKLIN county and the city of Frankfort should purchase the old Capitol Square The new wing could be converted into a very fine and convenient courthouse The remainder of the grounds would make one of the prettiest little parks in the State I With the expenditure of a few thousand dollars this could be accomplished Then with a new courthouse a pretty little park a 100000 dollar depot and n million dollar CapitolFrankfort could be almost all that anyone could desire hopefully remarks the Frankfort Jour nal In the list of improvements de tired our brother failed to mention theI removal of the many hills that surround the capital which have caused thelittle city to be known aa the hole in the ground almost as well as it is by the name given it by its founders EDITOR WALTON of the INTERIOR JOURNAL said that there are some women in Kentucky whose kisses arc well worth 100000 each We second the motion for a bill of particu r lare Harrodsburg Democrat While our assertion was made in good faith Brer Buster Brown must not let it worry him in the least for our thoughts were far from Harrodsburj when we asserted Take a drive up this way and see some of our loveliest of the lovely and Editor Brown will wish he had a cool hundred thousand that he might offer it all for a single osculation However the otTer would do no good for Lincoln county girls are not built that way GEN FITZHUGU LEE of Virginia died at the Providence Hospital in Washington as the result of an attack of apoplexy and paralysis with which he was stricken while traveling on train from Boston to Washington Gen Lee had been a prominent figure for years He was a nephew of Robert E Lee was a gallant Confederate officer and almost as good a warrior as his un cle He served as governor of Virgin ia was consul at Havana Major Gener al of U S Volunteers Military Governor of Havana and later in command of the Department of Missouri United States army until retired upon reaching the age limit LAW and not fashion will dictate the head gear of the women of Missouri af ter Representative Walmsleys fish and game bill goes into effect June 16 The plumage of only a few birds is allowed by the law to be used In decorating hats and thousands of dollars of for bidden feathers and bird bodies in St Louis Kansas City and St Joseph stores will become contraband Only the feathers of domestic birds such as ostriches chickens and ducks may be used while the wild birds allowed mil liners are confined to English sparrows j hawks owls and crows The penalty is a fine of 525 for each offense CIGARETTE smoking in Jeffersonville Ind is against theraw according tothe construction placed on a recent act by i the city judge His opinion is not bas- edi on the mere fact of smoking fort which there is no penalty but to smoke hitwhich puts smoking under the ban f Looks like the cigarette fiend will have to hunt a more congenial climate than Hoosierdom but the Kentucky assas sins will still be welcome there and giv en the best thats obtainable tTHREE cheers for our friend Clar ence E Woods who has just been nom inated for mayor of Richmond by an overwhelming majority As the city is democratic Mr Woods election is a certainty and it is equally as certain that he will give Richmond an adminis tration of its affairs that the people will have good cause to feel proud of THERE are 14 men on the pay rolls of the Equitable Life Insurance Company who draw 655000 This profigate disposal of the companys funds should be stopped or there will be nothing left to pay policies with There is no possible way in which these 14 men can be worth so much to the institution THEY are still handing around the hat for Caleb Powers James H Moore a Louisville school teacher is working Indiana for the benefit of Caleb and is said to be raking in the shekels It would be hard for Kentucky assassins and assassin sympathizers to get along were it not for Hoosierdom A COMPANY is being organized in Chi cago to play The Woggle Bug which will be a musical comedy Perhaps it is well staged and some good actors play the various roles we may someday learn what the Woggle Bug really did say ALt the oldest Odd Fellows and Ma sons of the country having died the oldest bankers now have their inning Milton W Black Indianas oldest banker has just died aged 96 TilE Somerset Journaltalks poss sense when it says Any woman can s of a man but it takes a feminine genius to make a man of a fool I LANCASTER Charles Davis of Lebanon Junction was with Mfss Marie Joseph Sunday Mist Flora Zeigler is in Cincinnati for a few days f The flower sale given Friday and Saturday by the Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church was a success a large sum being realized The examining trial of Jack Johnson who is charged with breaking into the of W F Parks and J M MeadI at Lowell has been set for lOWS H E Hughes of Louisville is relatives in this city MissI Allie Anderson has returned a visit to her sister Mrs T W Brown ing in Lexington Dick Anderson who has been with a surveying party in the South is with his mother Mrs Susan Anderson for n short while Mrs A H Rice has re turned to her home in Louisville Senator George Farris is home this week Carlton Elkin was in Stanford Sunday Col W S Ferguson is here from Covington looking after his farm Miss Allie Arnold is visiting friends in Nicholasvillc The entertainment given for the benefit of the Baptist Sunday School by the Ideal Entertainers Thursday evening was one of the best given in Lancaster for quite a good while The show was well attended and the receipt goodMrs Frances Ann Walker celebrated her 82d birthday with a family reunion and sumptuous dining at the home or her daughter Mrs James Burnside Mrs Walker is the last of the Baker family of 14 children and is mother or six daughters and three sons and also has 28 grandchildren and eight great grandchildrenMrs Allen died at the home of her soninlaw J B Conn after an illness of several months iron general decline She had reached hex 76th year and leaves three daughters Mesdames J B Conn of this city and J B Carter of Cartersville and a daughter in Texas She also leaves a son in Indiana Mr T J Hatcher who had charge of the Danville stage line was taken suddenly ill in his wagon Monday morn ing and was removed to Mr Hammonds store at Hubble where he died a few minutes later Mr Hatcher was a Con federate soldier and moved from Stan ford to Lancaster several years ago He leaves two daughters and two sons At this writing no arrangements have been made for the funeral Out of 225 licensed embalmers in the State of Kentucky only three have been honored by the State Board of Health in permitting them to prepare bodies where death has deen caused by infectious deseases for shipment One of these embalmers lives in Franklin one in Louisvillle and the other is our townsman Mr James A Beazley Mr Beazleys many friends will be glad to know of this distinction- J J Thompson bought 12 hogs oi J H Thompson at 4Jc E L Woods and C C McWhorter paid from 123 to 200 for a carload of horses they shipped to Illinois Will Lawson pur chased a lot of lambs of T I Herring at 50 Jeff Dunn bought 2000 pounds of hemp from Tevis Thompson at 465 and a horse from George Thompson for 110 Mark Coins sold a horse tc Mrs Richard McGrath for 140 D S Swope sold Mark Goins a mule for 80 Here and There Capt W A Raiborne of the 29tl infantry U S A committed suicide at Fort Douglas Utah after making a murderous assault on Lieut William H PointAt public sale of shorthorn cattle held by J D Stanley at Horton Kan 37 females brought 514750 an average of 13912 nine bulls sold for 1190 an average of 13222 Southern Presbyterian appropriations for the coming year for home missions ire 43820 The receipts last year were 6839763 but 25000 was a legacy of which only the interest can usedMillersburg Female College is to haven 8000 gymnasium with art room lining room and reading room Rev 3r J S French will preach the com mencement sermon May 28 Rev J L Clarke will address the graduating class May 30- The new building of the Mt Vernon Baptist church Woodford county was dedicated Sunday A very large crowd was present the church being filled ands many more people standing outside The dedicatory sermon was preached by Rev Dr L O Dawson dosa Ala Dr J J Taylor president partinverby the Rev 0 O Green The church building which is constructed of pressed brick and stone cost nearly 10000 and is probably the handSomest country Kentucky It was dedicated free of debt Let yb Work And the world would be more happy and contented Just consider how nick pain and trouble results In your jody when your liver or stomach stop working Happily you can soon set hem to work again cure your pains and restore yourself to health and contentment with Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin Try It Sold by G L Penny at COc and fl Money jack If U falls x r MATRIMONIAL Secretary Loch said that he had never seen Miss Mile C Wood who filed a 35000 damage suit against him two other prominent men at andI alleging conspiracy He said he did no understand how his name was connect ed with the affair Miss Mary C Slaughter of Bowling Green and James C Murrell of Fort Mackenzie Wyo were married by telegram The bride attired in the usual veil and white wedding dress and accompanied by a number of friends was at the Bowling Green end of the line and answered the usual questions A minister was at eachend of the line The telegrams uniting the happy pnir only cost 70Was Wasting Away- I had been troubled with kidney disease forthe last five years writes Robert H Watts of Salem Mo lost flesh and never felt well and loc tired with leading physicians and tried all remedies suggested without relief Finally I tried Foleys Kidney Cur and less than two bottles completely cured me and I am now sound ami well During the Summer kidney Irregularities are often caused by execs slve drinking or being overheated Attend to the kidneys at once by using Foleys Kidney Cure G L Penny FOR SALE I Eight hundred acres of as tine land as you will fir In Central Kentucky with twenty thousand dolUn worth of hick buildings on land running water on free rite close to this city only I to an acrt W H HLAt LEY Bowling Green Ky DIXIET- he fine Hhvtlnrul will rink the tirv iiit iiMjnitt my place ntiir IVytoni Well nt s to Insure a living roll lie Is nlxnit It niuuls high n bfiiutlfiil epotttd pony and n lrfect Imllvlilunl Inre taken to prvwiit HrclcikTit but not reason llil should ntiy occur Mart itnitnl nt niiHinnlil rule rllAUMK NINNKIIKV Turmnvlllf Ky NEW LIVERY STABLE BIibZE k LA11aSOI 1rcrs JUNCTION CITY K V iTuraotttattntJlfttj Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Trvellag Mn Orate and lor For Sala McKinney Woolen Mills McKlnnoy Kontucky Manufacturer of Jinns Ilnnyn KIimiiH lilmikrts mid funs fcklul us your wool We take wool In rxrbimpr for work Allowing the rMtUfuctlcm mmninlfrd Cull or write for prlot ami luforiiiHtlon Agf nt untwl BRECKINRIDGE My binrk Jiiek will make tlir riiMM of Iwr lit my Htiililr onu nillt from lr iiohrr vlll on th Irenchfrtvlllf A Stanford tike nt 1 to Inurr n colt llvt months old n It it dur rail otter nml n mule Jurk us IIwn who have lilt colts will tmtlfy Mnrv truil eil or ivirtnl with without Mitlifylni hie Iron crrnlnie thf M ii ou forfeits the Mimr Will IIo graze n few flews at MSft per month My 1on11I1Inllollll1I to tilt lock hilt will not rrepoulbk for eMfixs or clilMiU should ally oreurKM ANMKHMiN IremlierkVllle Ky Valuable Property For Sale Ten norm of land a two etnry front 7 AIenImill on displace a Rood c usher and the dam Is In good repaIr nod the natural pow er Is greet economy lu running the itilil Does u splendid business Everrthlu rood repair and has aU neceurr out u11do nK owners only reason for Inning It the ruth of other business as htl hns ex tensUe farming interest to loukafter This property Is on the Hanging Fork about I tulles from Stanford and can bo bought at a bargain For further particulars ad frees d C Thurmond Lytle Ky or L Hughes Stanford Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court First National think of Htuiiford Ky H Itulney et ill Ifefeiiilniitu otlctaffiile Iurmtnnt to a Jliclirtnriit of the Mnroln ilrcult court rendered In thi nlxivu styled ictlon nt the March term IM the under lltned Mauler Coiiiiiilmilouor of mild court III on MONDAY MAY 1W5 thout p In front of the rourthou e our In Htanford Kyrll lit ublle outer 10 the hlLlieHtiind IKHI bidder tho following lencrllxd rend entiite situated In Lincoln aunts Ky on the waters of Ilnwklns llranMi iKiumled on tho North hitho lends of J K Rnceorl thu Mouth by of OimtaKtelloon tho Kast h tho land of lurry PIIRItIIII1I1dccIIMtdllndulI the West iy the Inn11s of Jo iepli Kalloti Hnld land Is IrMcrllxHl by mvtes and iKiundii us follows leKlnnlnK stem on old corner on west ldi of the s llrltllC hrnneli mid In IIIit of no- T MrltolKrts land thenco 1411t W is ilex Bllrllllhouto o dead Hseoilon thence Hr its loliH rroKHlnit s Id brit lieu ton leanlnut elm the Knot ildo of said brunch HI 12 UM olrs ton stake In line of the Vernon laud hence with the lino of nld land N HI X4 K M poles ft links to u Ktoiii his corner In ackcoti line thence with Jackson lino N M WM Miles g link ton Monti corner to Jeorue T MnltotHTlH land thencehls HIIt W l n poles 5 links to the Iwglnniis mil cnntoIii lug 72 acres two HMMU and yn Miles of land AIMS anotluT art No 2 lx ulnnliiK at a strike In Ropier Ine thence N t al KM poled to n staku In ieorizii TifeltulartsJlnethutieohtslinu11 K Mles to n stone lhenci H7 12 W 111110111toInnlni OIlIIlIIlIIlIlIIlI1l rods nod AlMianothertract Ixalnnlnitlthlwglnthug corner of tpu No2thenc 11JoltllIlIlIkJtoV 22 tMileti links to tho centro of tin Httll lorI l Danvilletunpilkthence H 12 K with IkI pubs to a make thenco N I11j H uirallel withHoppers line felt links on stoke thence NialK Milev links t dnstakolnhist line of tract No 2 thenco lMKlniilncTim Is oflwrcentlwrlusnumfrontuild nod costs action The shin fill Ixt made on n credit of 0 oldMonths The purehnsu price to 1m laid In willbuconey with approved lwrsonulsecuritymyable to th Uotntnlss nterust from dote of wile CEO B BAUFLEY M C L C C 4 I I BATS HATS 1 4tlllllltI14411 + t41111111 STETSONS You all know what theyarethe be t soft hat on earth We have then in three styles dark and light color sizes 78 to 7 58 nt SSfil to 150 FELTS In Flat Iron Crtuhcre Full Shapes and Stilt Hats in Brown Black and i nil the new nnd delicate flmtlcs and decidwlly up to date in their charac ter and styles from to fIt f i +ttttt+ Have t1IT F GROSS 1lIch11 h Ky the willknown Cns 11111bur PEYTON My fine jack Ieyton lxyrnrsul l willI nuke the present ketiMin of ltl at my ntnlilr at MAIn hued JI to ln nre n living colt 1101111 tOhl nn Inrge owl lluc Mild Ins t r a crop of rolls nt ITS round Your of his colts nn ou my farm which will fur thomitulves nnd cun wn nt nap t11fk will nlMiiit the vimepliieeslitnd my fine 1IIAOK HAWKiyinrsold 151 Inches hlith lie will serve n limited numlierof iniiresnt J to Insured MvliiKcolt Mtinuy due When colt Is fouled nr ruin traded or pnrteil with Not responsible for ncclilent or escapes 1111 KISU Mon IHIH Ky FOR SALE I McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS loiter fur sate tor mill and retdlence In McKloreT Ky Mill has tur eapacItT of barrels and meal 160 bushels per Mlllls well equipped with mrn tnachln err In flat storage capacity of 5000 bushels of wheat nlno large corn blur and crib Wagon scales operated from oHIce coal bins end tee house All under rod Never telling water In mill lot Mill Is within 100 feet of Cincinnati Southern It track and has private siding The loca tion Is good tar the following reasons SIc Ktnney Is nearest market to many of the largest wheat and corn In Lincoln county large territory furnUhlng custom grinding The teed and coal business In connection with mill pay well No trouble to market all product trots mill lt ol dence Is a twostory 81x room frame with cistern on bask porcb Milk house at back door cemented all comparatively new Largo burn buggy house In On account of my falling eyesight and ballh- gecerallf rny phystelans have advlse1 Otto the business For further particulars call on or address Dr Edw Al corn Ky or W McKinney KyJ McKINNKY McKinney Ivy DORSEY GOLDDUST 12055 Full brother to IttIII SI9 M Hired by lot t ago liv ioldtlutt li liy Vermont Moreiiiiiliiiu by lUiitllnn Imp mirwy iullhllltIIIIIIII Kloniioe liy Gdept Mliiuo Tlilif u son of tiiilts Morgan mnklin him mi lutiIM ls IIIro Morpin from Justin on tIl1l101lIdl111111 fuiiilly of roiul horses known iHirMy riolddunt Is n dark lilnck Kilnts bands weighs Iau iMiuiuls A or lil licliinproven riNid nnd iiualltlesfor 1hUtlllllim IUi rinnhll KfldlilK of the American Jack O Diamonds wtodsltuwhlssqredltt Twelve of his colts havo sold for over In the past two III eervle Is oirortd for less thanyears In Kenlily hors of Ids producing Lucky Will JollIlIIl nt fiirm 212IlesHtmtonvlllefrom nbYIngeelt Money due whca Ill to Insure with by breedercolt drops ur mare parted nt ilk on gross No re itKiaxlblljty for liecldents or The wad handling Addrensbest euro K NitHtHllllrI or Danville Ky THE Trial 221 Trotting stallion 911 hands foaled Farm East Auiiiorired by VillageAug rora New York Sired by Pare Ue H 21S2f record 2100lreof The lIeau Ideal 21S3 Son of Mambrlno King 1271 sire of lord Nightingale Metallss The QuestorDerby of the Manor llelratLord La Otarif Mocking Io y Mlercsee wlthrecordaunder 2tOS tit Anion First dam JJucrmaby23200 2nd dam Mambrlnos KinK 1279 3rd dam Dotlet by Nutwood 600 Bth damnBtrathmore11 dam MllIardi by ibiony Gth dam Ned by Edwi- nonet7thdam LI dy Turner by Mambrl- Cblel The W rfled was worked only 00 day lalt and showed a 8lS4 clip over a bad leIOD halt mile track tie Is sound good headed nod good wind good feet and legs handle ID an out 01 urnuaonand tletwill tay aDd trot aU day Be will the season at Sam 115 to lwsure- Iliving M Owens colt Mares traded oft or bred to hone forfeits Insurance and makes lealoO Lien oDeydue retained on colts until season is paid ESOLKMAN A OWENB PANAMAS Iii two IInil sizes from G 31 f id 712a Genuine 1anama at price never before heanl of in this market They are cnchc at 350 STRAWSt T Well wo have almost everything from a 6 cent Buckeye to the new decided crown wide brim white S trans at 13 plltI o UHHUftll II I J MROBERTS STANFORDoI- H rhuritessntnlNnlIItItilIlurellu WARfiELD lit neartMclnneyat i s Cant l B Touched for painting JIOIltCSf Tho reasons plain1 Mastic is the purest therefore the most durable and econom ical There Ian whole string of other fellows tlaitu ing just an good aa Mastic but Uioy doll t prove it Maybe they cant Tho anulyaU of Masse Is pull llshed Its nuulo of pure loud zinc and linseed Ol1tllO most durable kind of paint and Its purity la therefore unquestioned As purity means durability tile splendid wear Ing qualities of Mastic Intro given it the title of The Jnl That Zatts and this title is backed up by our absolute guarantee Masllo la made by PEASLEE GAULBERT CO Inc LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY and wo heartily recommend it to your trade J rii FOR BALE BY r PENNYS DRUG STORE SPECIAL SALE FOR County Day llcginning on Monday next we will begin n sale that will startle na tines in prices and value Ve have too many goods and must unload tbemtmid prices will he no They must go it it ig necessary to them away Lookat tbete pricey lions Black Worsted ami Cheviot Out Coats Ob- cMens Sunday and Working Pants nt 48c Childrens Catimoro Suits At 76o up Childrens Pants 15c up Men and Boys lints 15c up Boys Caps 9o up Mens and Boys Shoes 98o up Ladies and Misses Shoes nt 75c up Mens Sunday Shirts with or with out collars 2ic- Suspenders for Boys and Men at 5c up StanfordKy Court Week the consideration Heavy Brown Cotton 4c up Calicoes 4Jc up f Ladies anti Mite Skirts 06c up Nice Childrens Mens Socks Co llllIxidics mid Mines Corsets lOc up Baby Shoes different colors lOo up Lot of Neckties at your own price Garden Seed nil kinds two pack ages for 5c Black and White Thread 200fyards two spools for oILadies Belts 9c upailLead Pencils 5c dozen 1 it S Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY Cook Stove One No7 4 Cap Cook Stove For Coal or Wood at 8 This is less than cost S H r ALDRIDCE i PhoneIii Depot St Stanford Ky t i I 1O CENTS UNDERWEAR SALE1 i PantsChildren i ter of our store FRIDAY MAY 5TH You may take your choice at lOc per garment They are worthto 25o per garment but we offer to clean up the lot at the low price of lOc Those who come first will of course stand a better chance of getting what they want SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKYSTANIOIID KY MAYS 100 JUSTICE to yourself and to phy sician materials an most careful service in preparing hi nreacrintlons That Is way lire Sl J Store are filled at Pennys Dru PERSONALS MRS J J MCKINNEY of Mt Salem ill MARSHAL It G JONKS WM at Mt Vernon Friday DR W B PENNY of Danville wa with relatives here MISS MYKTLE OliANNON visited friends at llrodhead MRS MATT WOODSON and sons spent several days with Mr Woodson at Co bin M G REYNOLDS Lincolns splendid aweasor was hero from Wnynesburtf yesterday M t8SILI PLEASANT AND CALun TUCK Kn of Parksville were hero ycatenln- on business MK8 liKNIIUlCr SlALMNO Of fcda non sjMjnt several days with her fath P1101 toIdayPrison Commissioners t Fnm GARNBTT Is vtaitfnjj hill moth er at Cave City Jamos Carpenter Is filling hU place at the depot Miss SAI LIt TAYLOII WOODS spent t several days at CampboHHnRorrrmn College Lexington last week MAYOR A B FLORKNCB and Thomas Shanks spent a few days fishing Rockcastle river near Livingston 1Mns L J HARRIS and Mrs Brisk Saunders and Mss Jean Saumlora have I j gone to San Francisco to spend several f j l monthsItwith the formers laughter at Ixsbanon LrrnB Miss LVTACASTTLH and broth er Merman who have been with their nunf Mn John F Kngtanan nturn oil to Corbin Saturday I CHOUGH B Ktxia of Cincinnati apont Sunday with his pVronU hero lie U traveling now far the firm he 1ms bcdn doing hike work for t MlWUH NANMR WOODS HvntBMAN and BiMsi l Engleman have returned from Birmingham Aln where they have been attemling college MR It U GRMTKY guard at tho Frankfort onltontiary spent Sunda with his family here Ills looks show that Frankfort agrcos with him Hiu SlAUMNo of Louisville who had been counsel in u law clUe at Kings a ton Tenn spent n few days with his uncle W B Hill In the West End o his return PilOt J W IRKUND has just btOnI elected principal of the Stanford ed School This will bo gladsome news to his many Danville friends Dan It vine News t THEIR neighbors in the Turnereville section and friends all over the county sincerely regret the loss they have e talned in tho removal of Mr Richard Bibb and family to NnshvilleIWB understand there Is a probability tOr R L Collier becoming n citizen of Varnon Wu hope all reports are for wo want every good citizen 1like him we can gctMt Vernon Sfg J nal MK MITCHELL TAYLOR of Burnside tho wellknown stave manufacturer In looking over the city wit a VIIV to locating Miss Pearl Rout of Hustonvillc several days withI Miss Jennie PowellAdvocateI 7LOCALS salsaFULL lino of furniture carpets drug gets rugs loco curtains shades and t wall paper Tribblo R Pence r I ITnEfirst strawberries brought here were on sale at E L Reint harts yesterday at 15c per quart OUR Lancaster letter tells of the sudden death of Mr T J Hatcher who lived hero until a few years IIgot SEE Miss Lillie Putian the most charming of all the prospective brides j at Waltons Opera House Friday evening next AN authority on advertising says that advertisements in newspapers should appear at least twice in order to get the best resultsiCATAIOOUE Dr 0 B Fallis pres ident of the Stanford Male and Female Seminary left copy at this office Saturday for his annual catalogue which r leee hope to have out in a few weeks I Il 5TilE Lexington running races begin tomorrow pintIJ L JARVIS has opened n store at Saufiey and oaks a share of the patron age of the people of his section THE C W B M will meet in the lecture room of the Christian church Wednesday afternoon at 230 oclock THE L will round trip tick ets to Louisville May 9th and 10th Urn Sited 29th at 11 fares account of races Miss FANNIt Youso I has returned from Louisville where she has bee n catching on to styles In head gear She highrland I I Mn F MSlMS of Olympian Springs who was here Saturday told us tha Mr C Leach of Somerset is tak beingyferer from rheumatism e THE wedding In mlnature will the societyjyears ago part e and groom maid of honor ushers the minister and his wife parents little brothers and slaters grandjmpas grand- tnamnuu uncloo aunts cousins and Invited guests will be there in full ova nlng droM At Waltons Opera House Friday evening Jnelected superin fondant of the Graded School here th Harrodsburg Democrat says Prof Ireland has been a teacher in the acad hMIoutworn of all who know him liar rodibuji will regret to lose him RURAL ROUTE No from Waynes burg started yesterday morning with Reuben Curtis as carrier and W R jSingtaoa ralMtitute The route Is from Waynotburg to J H Carters toro thence to Ottunhoint down Chestnut Ridge by Parlor Grovoehurch back to Waynoeburg Tho distance is about 28 miles and Mr Curtis receives 720 per year for carrying the mail Three other routes from Wnynoaburg are roiXHed CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN Samuel JetTriog who died in Casey som time since loft n family consisting of a wife and eight grown children and 87 grandchildren says the Advocate Mr andnremarkable family record Ho was marrlllln Russell county many years ago but for six years and six months after his marriage no child was born to them During the succeeding 15 years however he became the father of 19 children Eleven of them were girls There are seven sets of twins that arrival consecutively and then five sin glos Two of tho girls married and each of them became twice the mothers twins TEN days have elapsed since the ef fort was made to burn tho home of John Stephens in the East End and ho arrest has yet been made A writ was issued for Granville Saylor but Constable Johnson has never been able to serve it Saylor is the husband of Stephens sister who with her two children was in tho house when firo was to it It seems that Saylor and his wife had had n misunderstanding and that she had gone to her brothers homo for protection During Sunday night before last rags saturated with oil were placed around the door and sot on fire Tho occupants of tho house awakened by tho blaze and when went to tho only window in the house to get out they found that n prop had been placed against it Stephens then rushed tho door and was Itloadputting out one of his eyes Mrs Say rand her two children and Stephens little child all managed to get out of tho house and tho building was finally saved In tho yard they found a coal a oil can which we understand Mrs Say lor claims belongs to her husband and- somo rags and papers which she is sat- Isfied came from his house It was a dastardlyattcmpt to cremate tho whole family and if Saylor is i tlfity hanging is too good for him He should be arrested at all hazards and made to prove his Innocence if he is not guilty If THE music will be an attraction at the Liliputian wedding ED huntsall kinds in abundance and is selling them as cheap as you want them I HAVE accepted the agency for a monument house and will be glad to figure with those thinking about buying a tombstone or monument J C MeI Clary SONS grandsons of Confederate veterans of Lincoln county are request ed to meet at the law office of George B Saufley at 2 oclock next Friday eve ning May Cth for the purpose of organizing a Camp of Sons of Veterans FOR RENT Home on Logan Avenue vacated by S It Cook Good garden partly planted outhouses cistern and hydrant number of fruit trees and Fotsee ton SOMERSET the Queen City of the Mountains continues to grow and flourish and if the shops arebuilt there and there is every reason to believe that they will bo five yours from no the place will have doubled its present population Not a prophet nor a ton of ono we make this prediction and will back our judgment by offering a cheapestITho carpenters hammer is heard in ev ery portion of town and more would be heart if carpenters could be secured to use thom Over 600 houses in the last two years is the proud record Somerset thereethe banks show enormous deposits tour newspapers are doing well five hotels and as many boarding houses are always crowded lawyers doctors another d professional men look prosperous and there is every indication that the capital of Pulaski is enjoying a sub stantial boom The many oxLincoln countypoople who live there are getting their part of the prosperity and they are in Somerset like they are else Where among the very best and staunchest citizens Following are some ol our people who now cull Somerset homo J S Higglns farmer and real estate denier E S Gooch merchant and politician A T Martin livery man J 0 Terry hackman Emil Meier bakery J B Mention and family Mr Merahon with Q S C shops Walter Everett butcher II C Leach engin eer Q C G M Ballard carpenter John G Martin hackman Dr Joseph heck dentist R C Saufley pharmacist with Porter the druggist Rex Reid farmer G T Goochcontractor M C Williams Son druggists J T Conn butcher Mrs B C Pennyback er and family C T Samuels plaster er J H Allen druggist C C Gil lispie contractor and promoter Besides these the following business men married Lincoln county women who are helplrtg them succeed in their va rious enterprises J E Claunch gents furnisher Dr J M Owens W R Dedman L H Hunt Dr Sam Scott Dr II G Allen L II Mussing J S May These people form a considerable colony and none in Pulaski county stand higher About the biggest thing in Somerset is the Newtonian Hotelan immense three story brick It is not large enough however and Mine Host Newton says he will add to the building soon The street fair was nn enjoyable event and people came from all quarters of tho country to it With a dozen or more tents on the public square and people so thick you could not stir them with a stick the town presented n lively appearance and everybody seemed to have a good time While in Somerset we had the pleasure of an automobile ride with Mr T V Ferrill Somersets champion chalTcur who took us over the town so quickly we could get only a birds eye view of r tho growing city Mr Bryans visit to and lecture at Somerset has put a num h ber of republicans to thinking wo were They imagined the great Com moner a bold bad man but a sight of him and his cordial pleasing manner hanged their opinion of him It may not cause them to veto differently in U tho future but they will certainly have better idea of the standard bearers a tuofin Somerset is more popular than that of Mr M C Williams who moved from here some four months ago Both Mr and Mrs Williams are prominent in church and social circles and are foremost in all good causes Stanfords thesegOod rvw Lli KNOWING ones say Brodhead is to have a newspaper and Hustonvilie an other bank ESTHAY nndMwhite Berkshire boar weighs 100 pounds Taken up Wednesday It G Jones City Mar j shad Mn GEO D HOITER who has just taken a census of this Graded School district finds that there are 184 boys and 182 girls of school age 3C6 in all I HAVE returned from the city with a handsome line of millinery which I in vite the ladies to call and examine be fore purchasing Mrs M V Moore McKinney Ky WANTED once a goodsettled white woman of experience to cook wash and iron for one Address Jonesa 3trREMEMBER our special sale Satur day on 5 and 10 cents goods The sam plea now on display in the window will be sold in our basement department on that day Choice for lOc John P IITilE seventh annual commencement exercises of the Stanford Colored Pub lie School took place in Waltons Opera House Friday evening An immense crowd was present and an interesting program was rendered The graduates were Bessie Oliver Broadus Minnie Relic Bailey and Mary Violet Evans Each of them read well prepared es says Rev J E Wood of Danville presented the diplomas alter making an excellent talk to the graduating class Dr W D Tardif is school which is in a most flourishingI condition Wur Against Consumption- All nations are endeavoring to check tho ravngesof consumption the white plague that claims so many victims each year Folevs Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds perfectly and j you are in no danger of consumption Do not risk your health by taking some unknown preparation when Fr toys Honey and Tar is safe and rerl taro in results Ask for Foloys Honey and Tar and Insist upon having it G L Penny Notice to The Public Me AtikUn on of the Iwl f hoT t In tills Kertloii In with iiinniul 1will do jilnlli lion film Hit for Arnl rush t nho do rlllll hors rhs lni nt ifutonnhle prlcK ekrnpetaltyofwngonsmibutgvwork 1111workfonl Ky TAPLE lull STOCK FflRM- Mtseffin ncce City Limits Harrodsburg Kentucky IhtlfAItf1 4yenrOlil record 2SS In Mil heat over onehalf tulle track Hlrcof S with n ands lietter than 2aAl Champion show harts of Kentucky nml tending lrr of highdims n ail horrs Ilit l IIIIIIIM ttf to Insure u living coltund good one ntthatorilrSOtitsrn Milt I claim It Is to the bIIIIIIrt of use own era of mnre of Mercer read iidlolntng satin lien to Until to Iteil Ixnf 1st ItooiuiM he Is not expect to him uud breed and handleIris produce real It In very ardor nl that I will work for I I rale of nil mi colts at high prices no matter to whom they lie long stud e colts have n reputa tints and have raid for higher priced unde d than those of tiny stallion In Meretr or adjoining counties and Hecause his volts have taken more premium than than of any stallion In Mereer or adjoining coun lies ith Hcciuin he has u letter record as a race horn having won out of rusts iimln letter record its n show horse having- wontMoutifatshows than any stallion ht- stercrroradiotningcuuntlrs 8th HICHUM by n horse with a record of 21 K Clay who has Hired colts with records Ixtter than 211 and with n den Lady Hurt that sway colt slits hud took n standard record lid wax u 1111 who gnsudduet oprohowns thegreutxt brood snort In tit world hn Ing II In till lint and who o Fop 111h- whu hl nllll whoo for rdnnsslretlttdwttktsssold for pet nufnrn half Interest and who himself Ilhvl told at time yenta old for llou and at veiirnoldforlTVi ii and that Inn liliiuelf stall Uixiltn to II for over Ktd sumo n9 us rixi mill team from fro to plnsl- 1n Mercer or iidlolnlin count fith Hut Hed IAOfb roll west ever tralmxl orseeduutltheynlltook record Tth Hut our of lied IAttfs wn tver rated and liestarted In It or ISniriii winning Url In nil tit other Miownsue and tet tilltl In an the Year book nml rhowttl mlUH In IM and would have lievuu niiMitlonul horse had Nth lied Lnf him tired mon liluh cht9shigh priced test n9 than why slit lllon In Kentucky In piisttwo years vth I eau show n1 offern of over t IUI for it pelt now have vane of those mid nee years old niul most of them under three yrnrx old I If von wnntn trotter lied Leaf bred to get them no lib sire Is one of the ureiitest siren of extreme petti nod hU dam urtiit nrwlucer nod she ono of the worlilVi crtiitpst of IIIII hi lUtl Vllkesl hiM sires dam the greatest linnnl man the world If you wont n show Iwrr he of IlnlllltlIlhlIrolll nave by him show lug In regular and nwecpstakeH and winning 81 out of shows sometlilnB eoualled only by tho world famoHMUypny Queen U you win a inisl lies horse he can pet them that will sell for highest dollars and ills fillies rem sure to lit greia brooil imirff If these nre not facts whnoBbtohnvon good Black Jack to stand nt 8 to maun u living colt R R GODDAID h STRAW HATS This cut shows the dressiest shape for the season We have many shapes and many braids Buckeyes 10 to 25c Sennet Braids 25c to Split Braids 50c to 2 J avas 50c to 2 Milan Braids 3 350 4 Genuine Panamas 3 We show the largest stock and the most complete assortment of Straw Hats in Stanford Let us sell you your next Straw tirfite CUnniNSMCLARY Stanford Kentucky Weve Hired1 I ISaDlIigoodSpring Suits at 10 IDdl They are black Thibet for dress wear and fancy Cuslmeres and worsted In Hcht medium and dark patterns for business wear They are GCARANTKKU AIA WOOI and ItyluWhal r end ask for samples and measure blanks you saw TIllS ad in iathefeargatOurs stud oldest house in our ilne In the South We OWN our building red have done business on the SAME SPOT for over FORTY YEAR- SttesellCZOTII1NCtlATSandiWIU ISlf everybodysend all ROOd SUBJECT TO ArrROVAI Style books for all lines free on request Let us bear from you LEVYSThird and Marllefil The Gibraltcr of Rockcastle County Financial Institut- ionsCITIZENS BANK i OF BRODHEAD KY Oilers to tho People n SystemAccomito Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited Give us your business and we guarantee a pleasant and profitable relation Pay 3 IIIcftperiod of six months i JY W HUTCHESON Cashiers r Jt o The Interior Journal Entered in tM PottOfict at Stanford cu wcontfclmj matter For Sale Privately house and 10 acres ofland sttuat just outside of town limits on the Sotnen pike House has rooms kitchen and sere rants room cellar stable and aU necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for stock J P BAI- LEYNOTICE You should see us before you let out your house carrlago and root laper hanging a specialty We have samples or paper from three houses of the woi and can sell wall cheaper han you can steaflt Estimates furnished on ay All work guaranteed- J J BELDKX i Cd street INSURA NCE I llIdAlorI111ur nnFire Jlghtllllllt Accident Noun the nnd ltJoHT COIIIIIIhs nplltstII lowstIol stbleltntee m InjliiKjlU ordUnequnll Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky i Ilflsldcnco Phone Xo SJ ReA JONES DentistISTANFORD KENTUCKY i Office in flyers House Parlor Phone No1joneJ H BOONE INCO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBL Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rate Dal1 Street Also Dealers n on us on Depot Coal BD CARTERSuccessor to Bruce dl Oarter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special ettention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pons In Connection Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy ready made clothing when there li so little difference in the price of high grade ready made suits aoda suit made to your measure taken by an ex crienced tailor I have a handsome Hne of Spring goods I can make from loW price business suit to the finest drcsi nit Also Spring overcoats and trous n The company I represent h one of tho beet I also have a line goods I make up myself for those who prefer it II CRUPLEY the Tailor SeasonSpecialties lfJlO HcneII doors window strewn mid screen Riot Flume w IeklerOil HtovoK rive iirtnlli HhiidcH Poles Kxtfimlon hick t8 Itnrp Matting Portlcm Ullrlnln lretrhernlnrlwtHtretchers I4cru- hIInlhs to rehnyn outer rte oor JUOII l1urJt und lIulldllllt Iupr Dear Inilow lulr Ililntx Varnish nlnn niul Kimm l Pictures Kminetl Dints Hans HiiKKlvs New cud Id Furniture Oomo and wo If you cnu HIM do not OOIH llv ny Ih ntyofhorsesundhugghrIlndlctrly xteileut III1hr mitt BrothersMorelnnd K- yPOSTED JWe wham names appear helow strictly torbh hunting fishing or any kind of tres using on our places and will prosecute ilators to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Adur Relchenbach Urns Fred VonoruealganAlbertVonOruenigan- Fred VonAHtuan llaumano- Alfred Simpson George Holmes 111sa Mattle Uawes K Relchcnbuch Charles Outnnitns Jos Dance A O Dunn S M Holmes WE Amon W R Daugherty It J lIolfman M D FI mo re Peter W Tarter J Nevln Oarter J E Bruce W K Bhumaker- rbnmits Kerrlll Green Kerrlll F J Coon John B Oamenlsi Sam Trowbrldge A D Root Charles Knuilln Frank Oordler Red Bond 32278 1I III Itlit lily born fouled In 1WI is le hands Idgh- ul whit Hllvd h Hctl WllkC 1740 oof I llrottnnmudl4pncundnmsofhtS- akvn iirixluvliiK iilrt s Hlrn of IrSnctYell 11 lUilph Vllki IlMIII Itlmr I2UJ 11 Iiliinrliu iMUlstf Ylulollle Wilku 111111 KttlHtnr 111 lt Duma of Walnut lIJII4 KliiKinoiul t Moist 211 1I IAt tlniulniililtiHilaiiiof AMilnirtiin 11311 1tUnlld 28 MET h Miiinbrlno Ray Nil I als1rof 15htYCrldnnlrofAllertonYtelt I j IIIIItOil Draco sire of Draco t111flh1ItCIWY r11d41tminw2I1 Itlnulsi- llor In Yxl Ith dent liyOitniKla WlmlelKine Utl lliinil Is lireil greatest OsIlvIng Allertoii mill Axtnll till three or thoin Iwlimliy the sous of the jriiit 1- 0WllkIIII1 out of the iliumhter of lnllI- Ilrlllo host tfM Ito lint the finest leKi tent IIn il mud hat only n norfect trothr- hut cmivli lioriio tlmt hfonuHhow311 lIor IIhoVo Ijwt Now York tellltr litf won In nviry class he wiis liivnhl itcfeiiteil sonui of the KnuiiliHt show rmmuvitrlu MiKllMiu H iunre lied Bond Is not only Pry high going horwt but In u troUr unol gls boots or wilulits Ve think In IUil lionet ve have one of gnllhllt ttnlllonslil America to Klre 11111- 1unll tepplug couch horse foiiforiiiiitlon Unit of a HrHtcliiM jwlioritoforMmlltoiiHuuiire Dimlen In JIll II horse of n great llulsh style ntniuoaiiil iKiiie to sire thin horse udnyhnvtttgtheextrnhle iKetl And Itlon tlmt U hlKli prIces Thu huulliiK horsonieuof tin country thlllkt- hlA horse U tho Ixint lilalfstvppliiK slnlllon ownlln this Htato mid with Jils breeding aolll slakeagroat sire Will make the fjIIIIOn or 19Ubnt Monnlelu Fnrlll near Danville at 16 to lnsuren living oU or tf to insure n living colt when throw or more lllllyp urn bred A II uKY Danville Ky cT For Rent or Lease A splendli large dry goods storeroom and a large warehouse attached recently occupied by Levy Urns Stanford Ky Apr ply for particulars to J II Owsley or to The Ltpcoln County National flank J B OWSLEY Stanford Ky E D Peyton DEALER IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigarsand Tobaccos Stanford A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Buildingi Dai1 DIALIH IK Whlskll Brandu Wines Beer GInars Etc Oarptnter HOUI Oloso to Depot STANFORD KYi IuNolhlns bat ProlllphnJfOlllt cr tale raph orltrs troaptitttnuoa reCtlnI CURE5 NERVOUS DEBilITY phydeaLioftrrfntnanhiO d bllh11Hornrue wk hraUdutonmmallpotaWwhlae9ahanteeerrcR MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u s A FOR SALE AT PESNTS DRUG STORE J L Beazley Co UmlertaKers and Embalmers Also Dealers in Furniture MattingsKugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e tceaTy Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in iraruessSnddlery tfte f STANFORD KENTUCKY KING EAGLE King Eagle Is IB hands high dark buy goes all the gaits with plenty of speed style and action sired by Royal King 1st dam by Engle Illrd 2nd dam by Red bllIIerlthoroughbred NOT ERoyal King was sired by the groat On Time and Is a brother to the great Silver King mud Allied the great sbow mare that sold for 11000 King Eagles 2d dam Is the dam of Minnie Boyd the great show maroI that Mutt Cohen won everywhere within and s Id for 300 King Eagle Is proving himself a great breeder of fine colored alld high styled colts hit colts all having plenty of size his oldest colts being thren year old this Spring There was one of his two yearolds out last season that proved to be a great fllly King Eagle will make the present season of 1009 at my stable SJ4 miles west of Stanford on the Shelby City pike at the lowprlce of S10 to Insure a living colt Will nlsoiitand thegreat mule and jennet 120forKeene was sired the great Tom Keene l tdam by the Imported Palermo 2d dam by revl nubbles Irlncu the sire of Joe Blackburn and Urlgnolla Hilly Keene stands full IS hands high black white potent and AS a breeder he Is unsurpassed as a or jennet jack Hilly haN had sever al twoyerold jacks to sell lately at f and E60- 0Wlllaliostandthegreat young Jack Jim Keene he Is by the great Keene 1st dam by the Imported John Wells 2d dam by Beecher Is proving himself great breeder there being two of his mule colts shown last year one wearing the blue and the other the red In the same ring Jim Koene will serve mares at 110 to insure a living colt Mares traded parted with or bred else moneybecomestion For further particulars call on or ad dress S T HARRIS iROUT WOODS Phone 71Ulnf 3 Stanford jcy I r e M FARMERS DEPARTMENT Fiat at 100 to 1 won the first race at Jamaica John S Murphy bought in Casey 20 calves at 1210 R C Nunnelley bought of Mark liar din 20 calves at 12 D N Prewitt of Boyle sold a lot of Spring lambs at Ge FOR SALEMillet seed and 130W5 with young pigs J B Foster Sam C Hardin of London bought 1v R Denham a pony for 100 FOR SALE55 acres of meadow to either cut or graze Mrs Walter Warren 2t FOR SALE Firstclass Register Poland China boar R H Crow Shelby City 4t Small fruits and crops generally were badly damaged by a rain and hailstorm in Bourbon county Pemberton Bros Elizabethtow bought in Columbia last week a Peacock colt from W L Grady for 200 a roan gelding from Coffey Bros for Adair News- J M Reynolds bought of J A Lee a pair of mules for 235 and of his brother John M Reynolds his Inter est in the home farm near Waynesbur for f550 The latter has returned to Sedalia Mo to live TICUJudge Tally defeated Republican candidate for Mayor of St Louis is preparing to contest the election oC Rolla Wells Democrat I Secretary Loeb denies there is any truth in some rather persistent rumors that the president wnIlIIln camp The owner of the ranch said however that lie had heard the president had a touch of fever but felt sure he was not ill The party had ceased hunting however in order to give the dogs a rest Secretary Taft under instructions ceived from the President yesterday dispatched n cablegram to Minister Bowen directing him to return to Washington at once Ho will be required to confront Assistant Secretary Loomis and prove the charges made against the latter or explain his conduct in rekard to them Collector of Internal Revenue Joseph A Craft played smash with the Republican organization in Louisville when he issued an order to employes of his office that they must resign from theICleaned Out When a deep cellar becomes filled with heavy poisonous air it U never safe to go into it until it line been oleaned out When your body has been poisoned with the foul residues of undigested food It is just as necessary to clean it out To do this pleasantly and safely take Dr Caldwells laxa tlve Syrup Pepsin It is a pure scion tiOo preparation which has no equal IE the cure of constipation headache biliousness and stomach trouble Sold uy G L Penny at GOo and 81 Money jack If It falls The statement has been made that in the past year the Southern and the Louisville and Nashville roads had Induced upwards of 20000 immigrants mostly from the Northern States to seI cure homes in the State of Alabama alone This is only a part of the work that has been done by the railroads thousands have been induced to come to others of the Southern States The railroads are doing more for the South in this respect than all other agencies combined Knoxville Tribune lest for Women and Children On account of its mild action and pleasant taste Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup is especially recommended for women and children It does not nauseate or gripe like pills and ordinary cathartics Orino Laxative Fruit Syr up aids digestion and stimulates the Irer and bowels without irritating them Remember the name Orino and jf use substitutes G L Penny The production of oilin the KentuckyP- ennesseo field for the first four months of 1905 was approximately 300 000 barrels which is an increase over the production for the same periodof 1904 It is not equal however to the the production for tho last four months of 15XH a fact attributed to tho decreased price of crude oil- wereThirteen miners m entombed and robably killed by an explosion Sunday lorning in the Missouri Kansas and Tcxas Coal Companys mine four miles west of Wllburton Okla A rescuing party is at work but may not reach the imprisoned miners for several days Seven of the best coal mines in Sul Ivan county Ind have been purchased by a New York syndicate believed to be backed by Vanderbilt terests The price is reported to be 2600000 While a bilious attack Is decidedly unpleasant it Is quickly over when hambcrliilns Stomach and L vcr ablets are used For sale by Lyno BroslCrab Orchard Ky Little grains of powder Little drops of paint Make the ladys freckles Look like what they aint id 4 yyr J r Tree Inpn 1M tree lnp sonic of them willi ilu for 10011 for stile Irlco SVj to II per dliurlcs H Kerr Cook farm four ntl lei Htunfonl GEORGE HUR One of the finest English coach horses in the State will make the present season at my place on Silas Andersons farm at fro to a living colt money due when colts or mare is parted with It 11paidfeet and white face goo shape I Coo pounds stands full 1G hand and is sixyearsold the coming Sprln George Hur is model suple and quick a splendid driver a quiet and safe tore at anywork He was by Den HlJr Major 373 3133 Grand Sire Scott tat Dam Jennie Beatrice Clydesdale Cieor Hur has soma of the finest colts In the getIterand half Clydesdale best draft horses the State For information caUl on or writs Wm Sprinkles at Rowland Ky and we Invite all lovers of horses to call and examine George Hur Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsili any occur I will also stand my fine jack Jim Poi ter at the same place at tt9 WM SPRINKLES Rowland Ky Antecarlo 226 12 Mud over Vrsnllles truck In winning Mlefi Wml uyAnivoXilMI Unit MNd fur PV at pub le oiilr First dniii Miiry Hlllhlllrn tilt son of Miimltrlim Ihdrhta- Tliesr Tin Alilxi him 11 ehntaploutroltlmu RfldliiK of UIt wurUl Itul lniii lip indrleodrner lIOn IIrI Andrew Jiiuknoii nIIII11 limn Amvrlciili Htur The Amurtcnn Htnr no Andrew Jnckon lilitoti is rwiioiiftlMi rnr till chiiiiiplon trottlnc d0I- Ilellettlirworid YOIIMW Imh tnrlo tWl top renew are rwanslbie for the rllttwo ntens anrr Io ror IHt1Iprhors it si t nudelaWill Ialand the young luck 3RD nl I to IIIMlrII emit ll tt stmt li Xllmlll 211 mitt lie ttjr nn tllllortttJ yuck AtinimUnrn lint iluni lor VfliKlin fn1 ilnm liy Imji 1rllloi3nJ hjr 10110l- lIlInllllllh un eolla for s on inonoy MHIV trndnl or hn1 to othr hors frrdl ItinratHr nutl atuke raMt IIKIIIM this Itutli will tniMl nt m fnrtn on Sonnrw pike four lalls front Htunfonl limes gmi ulittlSiKr moiitli l nrv tiikii u 11fttintldiniH hut llilc ehoukl alp occur w1111aAM M KIKM Htiuifonl Ky PRESTON 922 This premium saddle stallion of the worldwill make season of goy at the stable of J C Itailey on Old LancaMe Street in Stanford Kjr Preston is a brown horse 13 YeArs yll i3h hands high a perfect reader vitl great style action and speed Preston was sired by Washington No 54 he by Cromwell No 73 tit dam belie by Roderick ad dam by a Denmark horse Preston has shown against and defeated all the great show horses of Kentucky such as Kentucky Artist owned by J T Crenshaw of Lexington Ky and Montgomery Chief owned by Hall Bros Why yon should breed to Preston i Uecause he is the greatest show horse Kentucky er produced 2 Because he is siring great thou horses such as Electra that was sold to Senator Vare for liooo Kebecca that lold at New York Exchange to Geo Vat fir fso Miss Henrietta owned by Gay Bros that won more premiums in saddle and combined Tings than any three reir old out in 1903 a yearling colt sold to J C Cravins of Illinois for boo 3 Because he is the only lion that ever sired a team of harnessI geldings that sold for t9ooo 4 Because he won the the Louisville Horse Show in 1903 shown by Matt S Cohen of Richmond Ky 3 Because he has won more money in Ihe show ring than any other saddle stal Ion in Kentucky 6 I wilt be to show him to any one at my table and invite those wishing to breed to a fine saddle stallion to see him before breeding I will stand him at tIS- TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Mares grased at i8a per month Care la to prevent accidents but not responsl ble should any occur JC IUILEY Stanford Ky LECTmCIAN5O07 Rue Record 114 14 Gretchnluintefut3IttEkttrlclin a listIItAnJarJ rejiitereJ Jams of um imtol itS hebyAbJalUh i Ire or i dUll ol Knl mare by Imp Bellfounler Electricians tit dan eberca dam of Bernil tit Kexford IU Allan KutMnoleo etc Rebecca by pen 5tslreof al dams of 61 he by Jim HnlonI of a LaJy Uentun by Gray lUmbletonlan to onJ Jan Oirabel dam of Clifton Ikll as t4 Ideila n and chimes Belt sIre of Van Zadl f o1 14 the by jdjlbh Sar Third dam tmma Mills dan of irrselcbyAeefican Star Electrician It a royat bred horse fin ttyle and ac roneunlrrallfit 14 r btnrjInr alllllUlCLAY KING 2964 Record saySlrof Dick Wilson ao8 The King jiu ii Ma ait a Tom Phalr au 1e Nellie Bruce igT4 Clay Wilkes star 14 Daisy Mn 14 The iuard s35 14 The Raven s16 Juttln M aa6 14 orado iar 14 and eight oihert with records of bet than o alt trotters but Dick Wilson racer- UyKtngClay SteofMitLIJato11 Mat bl ji4 14 rev 14 rlnl- lltoDoc 14 Edgar aa8 ta aa9 iselc ut sam Amy sro 14 by Volunteer dam of CLay King sat and granddam of Volo Mali 21 14 Sire of St Julian an 14 SL Patrick ia pothers IOns have sired sandd ughter have pro eu Ii Strongwood 2134l- omesbke ai4 14 etc ad dam Uelle Brandon by ambletonlan dam of aao ie Gov Sprague Mia tire if Wllmar 14 sire of a and Vltlalrsire of 3 Sire of George Wilkes Election Harpy Medium Harold etc 3rd dam Jenny by ounit Bacchus King Clay Q4slre of Is t son of Harry Clay iSdam Modesty tt6 Tom Wodder ray ad dam wells Star dam of Artller- y311s by American Star i Jan by tmmons Du roeClavKlnr with any kind of stud opportunltet juld In the hint fight o successful sires of justegunSlalt as a early and extreme speed Every man at the Lazing Ion track hen his get accomplish what has never ben done by the produce of any other horse they liave seen his yearling step quarters In 14 seconds then sell for startling prices they has seen hll- olJer representatives show as much speed garaenest anJ genuine rice horse qualities as those of any Ilrr- evr quartered In Kentucky Clay nz will make the season ol pot at the low prlcI of tu o to Inuf a living colt lien retained upon the foal to secure the payment of the season car will be taken to prevent accidents to stock trusted ia ourcare hut should any occur we will no- tIresponsifiyforthesame W I Lancaster Ky e J ir f tt r Galton 12910 Wilkes1t17 if thedintthu blood of four loading famllleeMake Ilambletoalnn Slambrloocblef and Seeley American StAr OUoo le a dark bay 132ij breed large with line st31e and action nail handcdforepeedlnvingallworkad roadrholdshimhave orient Danville Wt hive refused lito fur lie with tie lutoillril Ills eon forpeed seasons at my stable II InnllnnJ served fIlaot three scaona an average of 75 wares the season This nuthcrnf the twit rec mm nil tlons nUlllon ran JIT KOWMA great show horse In hit young dal having fpiitiHi Mimnnf the bit IB hater clattei and labored undera great dllhantll owlsg bia very bdripple le MvvaUUV at a two year old with thocrlpplalir can work n Mlle In tU wltli hat Itttlii handling Colts liiivc goats against RIIIJ de fe ttnl Uie bfoat one of hit MIlt having won a ITS pbcmIw alresdydoneof mare he l rtltlnc of tato sue rctitfh twjtlf tlutn Ms flr t iwivon- sOkton slro latnbctln wtlkre has produced enact iherrektMt famlll He has IS tbeltermonth Whl stand tit rot piam two miles Nrstat Uastantllluon IIrldrordvUle itke i Ibooelo resldcnro w tL ftonD llatonyiile Ivy 1 THE SHERWINWILLHMS MADETO WITH COVERS MOST WEARS LONGEST For Sate by DR W N CRKIG Dru0rjln Stanford Ky J First NationalStanford Ky BankCapital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Hank of In U5I then reorganized as the National Hank of Stanford la U85 and again reorganised Ithe First National Datk of Stanford In 683 hiring had practically an unlnter rupted existence for 12 years It U better supplied now with facilities for transact ing business promptly ud well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor Solicited Directors J H Paxton J K Owly S U Shanks W O Walker Oeo W Carter J n Foster Jj Q Gooch 1V11 Cummins W U It L Rubble w4 Shanks PAINT PAINT BUILDINGS porations Officers J HOOKEtt Ireit ST HAHUM V Ires J J MCKOIIKKTS Ohr W II WKAUKSAstOhn Directors f Reid Danrllle 9 T Harris Stanford 0Kn Rlmore Stanford S naugbtnao Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble J II llauehman Stanford J M Pettua Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford UKOUI COUNTY NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL STOCK 9SOOOO TheSuccessors Farmers nanle k Truat Company and under time management continuously rfor 34 year Wn SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial Officers a II BHAfiKh FiPresident J B Patton Vice President SW JIHIOHTOathlfr Ws O WALKER Asst OasbU j Talk to jtGeoo frrisAbout StovesAny Kind You Need Hes Got Em e at tta r ra 9 f4w