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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 cTc fr vwIIPIIfl1iLU tdR VqtC W II J f cP THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 51905NO19 DANVILLE KYiI I ANY DAY NOW I Ih a good day to visit our etoro Our big building is fill of now tend nurse i tivo merchandise to suit tho rta iu We cnn furnish drosses in either silk or Noel Skirts Walt Underwear mCtnit rondyfo wear or if you profor 1tomake them we can show you iiumeiiNJ linos of nil kinds of materials at proper prices In Silks Wo show hundred of piece of Plain nnd Fancy Drew Silks nt nil prices seat check nUll stripe Tnffetn Silks nt HOo yard Host changeable Tnllbtng at Wo UTlnch Pongee Silks at lilc Corean Pongee HO incites wide nt 01c I Choice Fancy Silks at fiOc yard White and Black Silks at every prico from CQO too Silk Shirt Waist Suits Shirt WaUt Suits made of pure Fancy Taflotns at 810 Finer suits at nil I pricw up to 810 A low sample suits at price 13 IMS than regular price Wool null Mohair Suites nt very rlosc prices to clean up stock Seperate Skirts Ito sure to see the new Aleordeon Plaited SJdrts at 85 to S 18 We are wiling thou by the scare Other skirts in Panama Mohair Cawimores Etc at every price from 81 to 8- 16Printed Organdies These are in greater demand than for years pat and wo are showing the largest attortmcut ever in Kentucky We call special attention to our line of Superfine Printed Organdies at lc yard They are lOc yard under price White GoodsrIFor commencement and party dresses in every price Wash Chillong 08 inches wide from USo to 81 1ercian Lawns from ICo to 50c French Lawns from 15c to Tic Dotted SstiFes from Ifio to SOB Val anti Mechlin Laces to trim white dretoc nnd Organdies in every price Irony 20 to 10c yard Over 1000 piccw to select from Shirt Waists India Linen Waists from flOc to 3 and Linen Waists from 82 to 85 nil made perfect fitting nnd beautifully trimmed China Silk Wnists from sa- to 86 Embroidered Waist Patterns at 81 to 85 Wide embroidered hands to trim fronts of waists from Wc to 82 yard Ladies Furnishings Silk and Leather Belts and Ginlles from Tic tb S2 in over 50 styles Neckwear in hundreds of shapes from tic to 83 finest lino of hosiery and best values in Central Kentucky Ladies Summer Vests from 7 l2c to S Muslin Underwear in immense variety and cheaper than you can make it Silk and kid gloves in nil colors nnd nt all prices fitted to tho hand Lace Curtains VcTcan save you a good bit of money on Curtains if you will give us n chance We have all kinds of lace curtains front 75c t 810 pair Beauti ul qualityof Muslin Curtains with wide hemstitched rulilis nt 81 pair r DANVILLE KY f p NEWS NOTES A census Is being taken of Chinamen in New York- Property valued at 200000 was de stroyed by fire at Newark N J Col George S Rosser the veteran newspaper puplisher Is dead at Mays villc The body of an unknown man was foundon the Q C railroad near Sa dfeville Alden H Stockwell one of the lead ing financiers of the country is dead in Now York In a 100000 fire nt Johnson City Tenn the Christian church and City National flank burned Jessie Strode of Glllett Ark was hit by a pitched ball during n baseball game and instantly killed The gold standard wont into opera tion in Mexico without the slightest jar or disturbance in business The new San Pedro Los Angeles and Salt Lake railway was yesterday formally opened to through traffic Fire at San Francisco destroyed property worth 150000 belonging to the Arizona Warehouse Company Mrs Nettie Cravens who claimed to be the wife of Senator Fair of California is dead at Washington la ft is said that the peasant debt re mitted by the recent Russian Imperial decree amounts to about 15000000- It Is Ixjlkived probable in Washington that Secretary Cortolyou may after all accept the presidency of the Equita bleAn engineer and fireman on the San ta Fo railroad were instantantly killed by the explosion of the taller of their locomotiveThe Hank in Waverly Mo failed for 10000 Cashier Lewis Is accused of disappearing with 80000 of the funds- TwontyOvo thousand Immigrant now in transit on twentytwo steam ships are duo to arrive at Ellis Island daring the week T C Campbell tho noted criminal lawyer who at the time of his death was thought to be insolvent left an os kite worth 250000 It is reported that Vice Admiral Rojestvenskys destination is Petro puulovskion the peninsula of Kam chatka instead of Vladivostok The mayor of Laredo Texas has an nounced that no further aid is needed for the tornado sufferers there and that all donations will be returned- It is said to be strongly probable that ColCharlea T OFerrall exGovernor of Virginia will be chosen president of the Jamestown Exposition Company to succeed the late Fitzhugh Lee Franklin Havens secretary of the Board of Fire Insurance Underwriters ut Albany N Y was shot and killed yesterday by Miss Julia Craver a clerk In his office who says the killing was accidental Iw Litman a Louisville traveling salesman who was arrested at Toledo 0 charged with defrauding a hotel was sentenced to the workhouse for 9Q days and fined the costs of the case against him A petition signed by women was presented to the city councilat Mays vine requesting the enactment of laws to prevent expectorating on sidewalks to clean the streets and prevent boys entering saloons The Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia decided that tho Secretary of tho Treasury cannot be enjoined from paying the 50000000 appropria ted by Congress for the purchase of the Panama Canal property Ity a decision of the United States court of claims rendered in Washington the officers and soldiers of the First Kentucky regiment will receive about 12000 while about 5000 will go to the Second regiment Spanish war vol unteersThe statement of the public debt shows that it increased 8 49331 during April There was also a deficit in receipts as compared with expenditures of 9211419 for the month The circulation statement shows there was an increase for the year of 111 Go 372 in national bank notes The wife of John Hcrrell of Frank gave birth to twins whoso combine weight is but 01 pounds Both healthyOnebut IS Hcrrell is tho father of 10 children tho oldest of which is 14 and weighs but 84 pounds He has been married 16 year- sChamberlain Cough Remedy the Very Best I have been using Chamberlains Remedy and want to say It Is the best cough medicine I have overtaken says Geo L Chubb a mer chant of Hurliin Mich There is no question about Its being the best as It will cure a cough or cold in less time than any other treatment It should always bo kept In tho house ready for Instant use for a cold can bo cured In much less time when promptly treated For sale by Lyn Bros Crab Orch ard Ky HUSTONVILLE Quite a number from here attended the Somerset Street Fair W B Wrights sale will be on May 27 and be gives possession June 1st Rev W L Landers of Danville will preach at the Presbyterian church next Sunday- W B Wright has sold his splendid farm near town to C K McClure Mr Wright will move to New Mexico on ac count of his wifes health Parties from Danville Stanford Lib erty Middleburg McKinney and More land are phoning for scats to hear Ralph Bingham on May 9 A splendid opening here for the ready sale of a large kiln of good brick There are two houses ready to contract to build and another to be cased The telephone exchange moves from Masonic Hall this week to make room for the fixtures for our new bank to be known as the HustonvilleDeposit Bank Mrs Mary J Huffman who has been quite feeble all winteris able to be out W D Hocker of tho Internal revenue bureau is at home this month to look after his splendid garden Mrs Maggie Wright of Lexington and daughter Mrs Will Vandeveer of Harrodsburg are visiting relatives here Miss Thompson of Lancaster is visiting Miss Jessie Powell Your money refunded if Ralph Bing ham falls to equal or oven excel the highest standard of excellence claimed for him as an entertainer in his special department Reserved seats at Yow ellsThe trustees of Richland school dis trict have decided to move their school house from the present site to the center of the district which will be near the old Elm Spring where they will put up a new building at once Rev W L Dorgan pastor of the Danville Baptist church will preach in the Baptist church here May 14 at 830 p M and the Central University quartette will render an attractive program A cordial Invitation is extended to the energetic man failure is but the stepping stone to success provided he does not repeat his mistake hence we urge homeseekers in the blue grass to call on or write to the Hustonville Real Estate Agency for bargains be fore anotheradvance FARMERS DEPARTMENT Kurtzmann will not go to the post in the Kentucky Derby FOR SALEMillet seed and sows with young pigs J B Foster J N Pages 600acre farm in Adalr county changed hands for 37500 FOR SALE55 acres of meadow to either cut or graze Mrs Walter War ren 2t John and Luther Underwood sold to John Rankin seven tw year old mules at SALE Firstclass Registered Poland China boar R H Crow Shel by City 4t Agile won the Phoenix Hotel Stakes at Lexington He is a Louisville Derby candidateThe McChcsncy will not rac this year and he may never face the flay again W H Underwood sold to Gray Grimm of Middlcsboro a carload o mixed hay at 1050 on car here Foil SALE50 high grade yearling and twoyearold steers Will divide to suit purchaser A W Carpenter Moreland Ky 4t D N Prewitt bought a three year old gelding from John G Lynn for 160 D N Prewitt sold F E Hen riott n lot of 140lb hogs at 44 cents and 2 heifers at 4 cents Advocate F Reid sold to Henry Dunn of Blackford Idaho two Jersey heifers at u fancy price and A W Carpenter sold to same four Shorthorns all registered for 210 The freight on these animals cost about 100 which shows to some extent what demand Kentucky cattle are in A Good Suggestion Mr C A Wainwright of Lemon City Fin has written the manufac hirers that much letter results are ob talneiLfrom the use oft Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy In eases of pains In the stomach colic and cholera morbus by taking It In water as hot as can be drank That when taken In this way tho effect Is double in rapidity lilt seems to get at the right spot Instantly II ho says For sale by Lyne Bros Crab Orch ard Ky Col W P Walton one of Kentuckys best known and most gifted Journal ists who has been restive to reenter the field of newspaperdom since his recent retirement by sale of the Lex ington Democrat is once more in har ness as editor and owner of the Frank fort Daily Journal The Capital City has long needed a live uptodate daily such as Col Walton is sure to make the Journal and heres wishing him the fullest measure of success Falmouth Pendletonian Ai Igvitation For Everybody To come to the New and Dry Clothing Shoes and Furnishing HighGradeI Goods at Low Prices KJl 1ti 1+ JAl ROBINSONNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY We Sell WARRANTED PURE VINEGARS NoHilUK 1IIor unwhohoturanti t1I11IerOlia to heullb thllll tin chintl n1 vltlf gar freijuf Htly otTentl Tor miletml you ehnuld know tllnt JI FIN- 1iNEetItMongdywttlttln pure fNMlluwofvwry Mtnttr In the tnlon iiiul t very country Itt tin world They lire not only and aluolululy ure wliolcMiiup nnd sate but they itr properly lilted smooth nml delicate In tlnvor nnil iinmm Heinz pure elder vlnrinr from ilrnt of up pies Hfliu white plikllnx vlneziirdlfttlllitl from grout llelnzpurr nmlt vinttfir brewed from innlteil hurltv W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY LaPorte Vehicles Over 300 of vehicles have been sold in Lincoln county which is of itself evidence of their merits The follow ing list of citizens who are using LaPorte Vehicles is made up Iron memory there are many others to nil of whom we refer ns to evidence of the worth of this work Becke Sr McClaryJas Hon M C Satfley Paxtonf Warren Rowan Saufley John Deck Oeazley Livery J H Boone C6 Livery I M Bruce Livery- L H Hughes W P Grimes S hocker Dank Presdt LynnDr OBannon Andrew Gooch Cicero Reynolds J F Holdara I Store buy your Spring Goods Hats and Caps Ladies Gent 1N strictly Hottest Work Attractive Styles these pleasure representative M S Baughman Jas II Baughman Jno S Baughman Henry Traylor T D Newland Col T P Hill J W Brooks Jack Beazley Wm Underwood Luther Underwood CrirEubanks Robert Sims K VanArsdale John Bingaman ames Hays 1C Bailey Thos Dudderar Porter Robinson Sidney Dunbar E P Woods Robert Woods James Woods W H Higgins J N Menefee Sam W Menefee- S J Embry Sr E T Pence E C Walton C V Gentry W C Shacks V W Withers J C Hays James BaileyoN A C Carman W H C VanoyiFull carload of these popular vehicles re cently received by E T Pence Co Agents for Lincoln County To popularize their new business in new buildings with New Stocks and r New Lines being added f I Weatherford Co HUSTONVILLK KENTUCKY a Asks you to call and you will bo convinced that they cnn feather your nest in We Are Showing From The Best manufacturers in the country a fine anti well selected line of Ladies High Shoes tool Oxfords Every lady in Crab Orchard and vicinity i8inviteil to call and see our stock and be convinced that yon do ijot have to leave the East End to dress the feet in an uptodate style W E Perkins Craft Orchard Ky The Interior Journal E C WALTON IT is an ill wind that blows nobod good Paderewski has been forced to cancel his engagements in this countr and return to Europe because of the severe shock he received when the enI gine of his private car was derailed in n trip through New York The idiot who would have poured money into his coffer to hear him bang a piano in so called music as that would be the 4thing you know can keep their lucre for n better divorcement THEY do things differently in the old world For instance at Warsaw they shoot down rioting strikers In this country the injunction is used An the same strikers here and everywher should be treated to a volley of bullets when they become lawbreaker and interfere with the rights of others The Chicago teamsters seem to have reached the limit WHETHER advertising pays or not the Atlanta merchants evidently thin it does The dry goods firm of Cham berlainJohnsonDu Bose Co had 13 pages in each of the three dailies in that city Tuesday CALEB POWERS wants his case transferred to the Federal court and wishes his trial to be held at London Up to the hour of going to press he had not given a list of the jurors he desired it the case Tim burglar and cashier were run ning neck and neck in the banksmash ing race until the former gained a slight r lead by cracking the safe of a Gilberts ville N Y bank and getting 20000 TilE Louisville Times the best afternoon paper in America is now free white and 21 It celebrated its 21s birthday Monday May the splendid publication live forever JUDGING from the prominent position the Adair News gives its personal col umn one would conclude that Brer Harris considers it his most important news A McCRACKEN county man imagines that his braiii has been extracted and given to President Roosevelt No won der the poor fellow is a raving maniac Here and There A general snowstorm is prevailing ii Montana Hon Theodore Hallam died at hit home in Covington Five cents was paid for a choice lot of 800pound steers at the Cynthian courtThe Fifth Avenue Hotel at Duluth Minn was destroyed by fire Three lives were lost The Wife of the Rev George W Dunlap formerly of this State is deal at Las Cruses N M Miss Beatrice Kearney a music teacher of Baltimore committed suicide y at Canton 0 by drowning Three employes were killed and six injured none fatally by the collapse of a threestory coffin factory at Oma NebThe in the case of Nan Patterson charged with the murder of Caesar Young the turfman failed to Cook who was to have been hanged at Nashville today for the murder of Policeman Ben F Dowell committed suicide in his cell by taking poisonHenry G Goll the absconding Mil waukee bank cashier was arrested in Chicago yesterday afternoon When t taken into custody he had but 26 in his pocketPresident Roosevelts hunting party has been stormbound for three days in the Colorado mountains The President t will break camp Saturday and will tleave Glenwood Springs Monday on the trip to Washington The attorneys for Caleb Powers ten dered to the Circuit Court at George town Wednesday a petition asking that the case be removed to the Federal Court for the Eastern district tf Ken 4 tucky The ground on which the pets tion is based is the alleged Impossibility i of securing respect for the accuseds constitutional rights in the State court Judge Stout called a special term of the Scott Circuit Court to try the case beginning July 10 Ho announced that he would pass on the petition for re moval at that time POLITICAL A Democratic Mayor was elected at r Spokane Wash Senator Blackburn will speak at Ow ingsville next Monday Gov Pennypacker of Pennsylvania signed tho bills child labor in mines factories and workshops- L A Martin has been appointed post master at Duck Run iIanI U G Whittaker at Public Pulaski Former State Senator Harry Bunk ers of San Francisco been sentenced to five in prison on conI viction of accepting a bribe 3 Owing to the fact May 10 will bei Derby l the date for the meeting the democratic State central committee called for that time has been changed to May9at Frankfort T x t LANCASTER Quite a number of young people from Lancaster enjoyed a fish fry on Kentucky river Wednesday The monthly meeting of the Unite Daughters of the Confederacy will be with Mrs Fannie Farra Monday Jonah Marsee bought a calf from Job Marsee for 9 Miss Carrie Durham sold some shoats to J W Woods at lie J B Hutchins sold a horse to Grose Sutton for 9750 John Osborne was held over by Judg Ford in 100 charged with shooting and wounding William Pollard Jack Johnson who is charged with breakin into two stores was held in the same people attended the funeral services of Capt T J Hatcher which were conducted at the grave in the Lancaster cemetery Tuesday afternoon Revs C S Ellis and C M Chumble officiating Mr Hatchers deathre suited from heart failure After a months illness Mrs T HI Allen died at the residence of her son inlaw Mr J B Conn in this city Funeral services were conducted Sun day morning by Revs C F Oney and C M Chumbley at the residence The remains were interred ill the Paint Lick CemeejF- uneral services of Jr Sam P Saltei were conducted at Mr John Dunne Tuesday afternoon by Eld Garrison of Danville and the remains brought to Lancaster and interred He was 73 years of age and lived in the South the greater part of his life although a Kentuckian by birth He was a Con federate soldier Beside a widow one brother Mr Robert Salter of Danville surviveshim A good crowd of Lancaster people went to the Lexington races Wednes day Miss Margaret Tomlinson will go to Lexington this week for a visit to friends Dr H M Grant is with his mother Mrs Emma Grant Mrs N Miller has returned from n visit to her sdn Joe in Cincinnati Capt F J White who has been in ill health for some time is able to be out Aldah Shely was in Chicago for n few days Mrs Stone of Stanford has been with the Misses Hatcher for a few days Will Collier who is ill with fever was brought home from Middlesboro Wed nesday Mr Louis Landram has been confied to his room this weeksuffering from a crippled ankle effects of over work and an old case of typhoid fever IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Stephen Lucas a prominent Mercer county farmer is dead Dr S D Welch a prominent practitioner of Nicholasville is dead Harrodsburg Odd Fellows will short ly begin the erection of a 12000 opera house and lodge room On Otter creek Clay county near the Knox county line Anse Smallwoo shot and instantly killed Ad Smith Merrill Vest n welltodo farmer oC Washington county committed suicide by hanging in a barn at his home near SpringfieldDr Godfrey Hunter has concluded to become a citizen of the Eleventh Congressional District and will locate atSomersetThe National Bank building was put up at public auction Saturday and sold to the new Citizens Bank for 9025 Richmond Register Albert C Rice former cashier of the Deposit Bank of Gratz is short in his accounts over 10000 He spent the money in high living and laughed when confronted with the shortage He for merly lived at Burgin The first annual meeting of Sixth district K of P of Kentucky will be held at Somerset May 9th The dis trict is composed of Crescent No CO Highland No 139 Cumberland Falls No 142 Standard No 147 Miss Margaret Hopper a daughter of Rev Joseph Hopper of Perryville died Wednesday in Louisville She was a conscientious Christian woman and was well known in county and was loved by everybody who knew her She was a the Presbyterian church at Perryvllle where the funeral will take placeAdvocate How to Ward Off Old Age The most successful way of warding iff the approach of old age is to maintain a vigorous digestion This can be done by eating only food suited to YOllr age and occupation and when any disorder of the stomach appears ako a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to correct It If ou have a weak stomach or are troubled with indigestion you will find hese Tablets to be just what you need For sale by Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Ky New Orleans now stands second in xport traffic and Galveston third New Orleans ranked third in 1904 while Galveston was then in sixth place It is believed that Gov Hoch will take to close the saloons in Kau sas and enforce the prohibition law to the letter Charley Bush candidate for assessor of Hardin county dropped dead while talking to a voter A Mexican express agent and a package said to contain 12000 in currency re missing Argument in the Hargis case at Lexington begun yesterday afternoon There were only 833 failures in the United States during April The wife of Charley Kimberlin is dead- in Washington county = 4 MATRIMONIAL William Barnes and Miss Nellie Soard were married at the courthouse Wt dnesdayIWilliam Bohlen of Corbin and Miss Mayme Etnmetsbcrger of Hardin were married at Elizabethtown Richard Patterson and Miss Sallie Frazier of the west end of Mercer were married at the home of the bride Clerk John B Nichols of Boyle has issued only four marriage licenses in two months Our county clerk Mr Cooper is experiencing almost as dull a time in that line Mr and Mrs M Smith Baughman announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Catherine Baughman to Mr Forest S McClury The wed ding which will be a quiet one will be at her home on the morning of Juno 7th Miss Baughman is a most charming young woman and is as handsome as she is popular Mr McClary is thejun for member of the firm of Cummins McClary and is one of Stanfords most excellent gentlemen as well as one of its most enterprising young men TAINTED TIMES Tainted money Tainted stocks Tainted ways of Getting rocks Tainted garments Tainted shoes Tainted food And tainted boose Tainted morals Tainted sports Tainted cases In the courts Tainted votes And taintedtricks In the world Of politics Tainted novels Tainted plays Occupy our and days Tainted husbands Tainted wives Gee but ours are Tainted liveslI WhYIwhatswith you Im so much in love f dont feel like eating anything Peckham After you marry the girl youll be the same way only tll be indigestion thenTlt Bits Cleared for Action When the body Is cleared for action by Dr Kings New Life Pills you can tell it by the bloom of health on the cheeks the brightness of the eyes the firmness of the flesh and muscles the buoyancy of the mind Try them At G L Penny Stanford and Lyne Bros Crab Orchard drug stores Eugene V Debs confirms a rumor to be the head of the Industrial Union a new labor organization which will be launched in Chicago next week It is intended to be a rival of the American Federation of Labor gamblingisTrw lnp rlf trv lnw lena of them will rKrhpCharlesHlimfonl II Anybody who eeIthing con aaK to and if the dealerhasnt got them here is the store thathas When 0U a youel URFITwhlchholdh-up tho aides prevent themlap ag or wrinhllnikepa anddowna tohoeThe aims of Mann in a ohee abselutelj guaraat a lie cerrect style and g au Ins iuaIttU Sold By H J McROBERTS one and we or or in or tan in and the for off All to Jea Itavr your Molts teltrnUtl toy T F Kv th wi u knoWn Cm trntor of borwu mad hare doctor titer Runruntmil SALE I MILLS I offer for sale mT min sad residence In MeKlnner Ky Mlle hsa flour capacity of 50 barrel and mel UO per Mill U well equipped with modern machinery In Rood repair Hai itorage capacity of 5000 butheli of wheat alto Urge corn blnl and crib Wagon Kale operated from oWce coal bins lea house under root falllnc water In mill lot Mill Ii within HO feet of Cincinnati Southern It U track and bai ending The loca tlon la good for the following reason Me Kinney II nearest market to many of the Urged wheat and corn grower In Lincoln county large territory furnUhlng cuiton grinding The teed and Cast bulne In connection with mill pay well No troubl to market all products from mill 1t 11I denee II a twotory six room frame on back porch Milk home at back- door cemented all new Largo bun buggy homo In mill On account of my fatting eyesight and healtl generally my pbyslclans Lave advised me to quit the milling bunlnct For further call on oratldre Dr KJw Al corn Ky or W II UcKlnney KyJ McKlnney Ky 1932 Vol b A S11 R Mahogony bay black points write only on left foot year 15 3H bands high weighs 1200 pounds itroog flat bone heavy mane and tall back with long tapering neck well set In high mounted shoulders a horteiivad and ear on him a model under halter alway wear blue string in model ring wonderful style in barns a how horse sure When one year old wore all In his clan wherever shown sled the blue tie In sweep take harness ring at same age When u 3Te rold II times and wore 11 blue tringn hall never been defeated In harness rlogll has alway been the victor In IItalllon stake ring a a breeder when shown with threo or more of his got and general and for all purposes lie l a horse with five distinct galls fat line acting good In two walk and a nice loper very positive In hi trot under saddle and In harness great all around action I Is re quired for an site of high priced sale horse for or harness He Is a sure enough harness horse graceful stylish and fast can show In a 221 gait with but little handling did this last fall one year uenlogOI marl In the He possessed of wonderful nerve and to get a trotter for track use or roadsters large handsome stylish heavy strong enough to get carriage horses with a kindly dlipo II lion for all of a family horse Ho Is the bone to lire parkers stylish grace ful lubstanco and docility It has been given up by horsemen that he is one of the most uniform breeders In Kentucky He types bis colts after himself has nevei sired a colt The most profitable hone for the farmer and small breeder to produce Is the horse which lervothe range of purposes well Ills colts are show toltsl of the very highest type blue string winners from the oldest to the youngest 1eoiuiiEc Sired Chester Dare 10 N 8 II Khe by Black Squirrel by mack Eagle ho by King he by Washington Denmark el he lIy Denmark 61 he by race horse Denmark V 8 heby Imp 1IllltY1 Ont dam Llticraont by Welchmodt No 367 A T It he William Welch 341 he Dignity sec ond dam Is 3d dam by Bills Vermont 4th dam first dam Pauline by Altnont Forest Dare will make the sea son of 1005 at my in Huston villa Ky at 125 to Insure a living colt when foaled Mares traded or removed Insurance and becomes due and must be paid at time of transaction at 12 80 per month and bills to be paid be fore removal of mares Grain fed If desired at reasonable rate Mares entrusted to me will receive my personal attention bat I will not be for accident or lit in residence at OUltonlIIe 8 I LOW SHOES doctor will tell you to keep Warm Your but the has come when you will want to keep you can better do it by using a pair of our Shoes Ultra is our think better than any other In patents and tans welt turn French Military Heels at 300 The Brockports patent 250 Cheaper grades 100 150 200 White Canvas Oxfords Childrens Misses Ladies sizes BAREFOOT SANDALS just thing children when leaving their Shoes sizes from Infants to Misses ffllffffllilltfflfflffit H MROBERTS STANFORDo-I GROSS Pnnchmlilf faction FOR McKINNEY ROLLER sever cistern comparatively particular McKINNEY DIGNITY DARE- No craney saddle honor hewauhown fancy brute ityle conformation saddle racker uptodate IBHeconds upeedeuough gentlemens widest 681e Olne by- Rysdlcksllambletoniaa10 Thoroughbred Welchmonts 280- 3TER1I1IlIIgnlty forfeit money gyD CARPENTER The your Feet and Head Cool time your Feet Cool and Low The best with soles and Cant I Be Touched w for painting bousen W Tho reasons plain1 Matlle Is the purest therefore the most durable and econom lull There is n whole string of other fellows claim iugII1t as good na Mastic but they dont prove it Mnybo they cant Tho analysis of Mastic Is pub lished Itd made of pure lead zino and Jiul fl- OUtllO most durable kind of paint and its purity is therefore unquestioned As purity means durability tho splendid wearing qualities of Mastic have given it the titlo of u2hd Kind Time ZMJ and this titlo is backed up by our absolute guarantee Mastic is made by TEASLEE GAULBERT CO Inc LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY and wo heartily recommend to your trade FOR SALE BY PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford SPECIAL SALE FOR County Court Day Week Beginning on Monday next we will begin n tale that will startle tho na in and values We have too many goods and mild unload them givethemMens Black Worsted nUll Cheviot Out Coats USe Mens Sunday and Working Pants at I8c Childrens Caeimero Suits at 75c upChildrens Pantrf lice up Mens and Boys Hats 15c up Boys Caps 9c up Mens nnd Boys Shoes t8c up Lndies and Mutes Shoes at The up Mens Sunday Shirts with or with out collars 24a- Suspenders for Boys and Men at 5o Ill Kv j Heavy Brown Cotton IJo up Calicoes 4Jc up fJ upNice 1 ti ifLzuticeBaby Shoes different colors Iflc V up fLot of Neckties at your own price Garden Seed all kinds two pack Tnsp k1YBlackyards two spools for 5c V Indies Belts 9c up i lrt Lead Pencils 5c dozen taii I S PropSTANFORD Cook Stove rj7cf YYOneL For Coal or Wood at 8 This t is less than cost f H ALDRIDGEPhone lie Depot St Stanford Ky r oUsekeepers Att r rtionWe are offering just now some real bargains in Table Linens and Napkins We haye one very fine sample in a regular way would cost about 20 We offer the 4yard hemstitched cloth with 1 4 dozen hemstitched napkins for 15 Other nice cloths with napkins to match at 675 775 and 9yset We offer a 72inch mercerized cloth at 75c yard napkins to match 2 dozen A flyer is a 72 inch mercerized Damask at 50c Worth 75c Come early if you expect to get any 10 doz mercerized napkins at 75c doz 10 doz finer ones at 150 Items above are priced much less than usual e not apt to be duplicated after these are gone so if you contemplate purchasing such goods soon it will pay you to take advantage of these offerings r SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKYSTANKOJW IVY MAY 5 100 JUSTICK to ourself and to your physician demands the heat materials nry moat careful service in nrepnrinjf hi prescriptions That to the way pre aro filled at Pennys Drug- Store PERSONALS Mil P P NuNNrULEY is ill agaIn Mn J C CORMINKY is up litter a long IHncM- MR ARCHIE H ELKIN of Lexington wits hero Tuesday CA8HKU G A IRKWITT of Liberty was hero this week MRS W P WlllTB who has beet very Is Improving Miss ANNII DARST visited friends at Junction City this week Mn iL H MAHUNY of Stanfenl wai here Saturday Lllxrty NewBIMRS MIUMBO UKAZIKY of Lancas ter is with her daughters here MaL PATTIB ENGLBUAN of Lancaster was with friends hero Wednesday Mna1 H COOK and MlM Anna Cook spent several days in Ixiulsville Mss HRTTIR HARRU liusn U visit log relatives in Winchester and Miller burs halts AUAMDA STOMB of L4b rty II the guest of Judge M C Sunday aJMI familyMHWCiiLOH UAUQIIMAN is visiting friends at tmpbollllegenaan Cettcgo Lexington MiStiiw Sun ANn MARY VANAIMDAU spent several days with tholr bn then In Louisville Mug L J Cw YD of Danville who Is with Mrs A W Carpenter was In town Tuesday MR JOIINMKNHKBB of Stanford Is the guest of friends hero for the races Lox Herald MR J W HAYDKN of Park fo here attending n meeting of the Cumberland Valley Und Co- MHDAunsK S Lytle and W H Peony of Danville Spout yertonlay with Mrs Mary Penny MR W K SIIUOARK boa moved to llrodhoml whore ho willopen a first cliuJi drug storo Central Itocanl kilns J H CLAUNCII soil hamJwma Mn JOIIOIot Somerset are with her parents Mr nnd Mrs Janu K Lynn MR M F Hour of Markttairy who hat recently undergone n sovoro surge cal operation was doing nfeoly yaUcr day MR MITCIIBLU TAYLOK of nurnsklo hair bought W E Ilaughtnans pretty home In Danville and will move Ms Cum ily to it MR J B HRYAV who has been In New Mexico for the benefit of his health Is back at his homo considerably improved MR AND Mns CitARUia IEIUU Miss Mabel Allendor and Mr 8I Wheat of Lexington are guests at Mr William Curtis MH8DAMR3 TllEO CuRRY Nannie Jennings Carrie Davidson and Hattie Romans of Lancaster spent Tuesday with Mrs W A Carson DR B 1UM8KY and wife and Miss Mayme Ramsey of Ocean Springs Miss are with their daughter and sis ter Mrs John Bright Jr MARK SUTTON of Hustonvillc was here Friday Ho brought downn lot of horses bought In Lincoln county by John ColTey and Robert Hudson Adair News MR ANn MRS E P SliiOLl havo e returned from a visit to Cincinnati and Stanford Mrs John Sibold of this has aR her guest her mother Mrs Rossell of Stanford Lex Herald AFTKR a years service at the City Hospital as Interne Dr John T llunn goes to Junction City to locate lie has made many friends during his stay in Louisville Lonlsvllle Times LOCALS TlQEO Riding Cultivator at W H HIggins ANUSfunttofthedrygdeandgenta furnishing stores now close at 7 P Tim wedding In h life willoccur nt Waltons Opera House this evening at 8 P M MB THOMAS H SIIANKS was elected trustee In the bankruptcy proceeding of J T Jones Co FULL line of furniture carpets drug gets rugs lace curtains shades and wall paper Tribble Pence r THE L N will sell roundtrip tick and 10th lim eta to Louisville May 9th ited 28th at 11 fares account of races SCREEN doors windows fly paper etc at W H Hlgglns LOST on Friday n Kappa Sigma pin Leave at this ollico and get reward DONT fall to seethe Llliputian wed ding at Waltons Opera House this eve ping SUB and hear Ralph Bingham at AI corns Opera House Hustonvillc Tues day May 9 PURE Plymouth Hockeggs 35c for setting of 15 at my home Mrs A D Root Stanford CUIITAIN stretchers swings settees Also new line of rugs and druggets received Tribble Pence justI Till Somerset Street Fir took In 000 The Maccabees which orderplay ed the company cleared about 200 As the evening of May Cth draws nigh come to Walton Opera House and you will see who the prospective bride is to beIJ L Saufloy sold to Mrs J W Mitchell nI house and lot on Wet Main Street Danville for 1780 A LAHOB crowd came over from Dan rile Tuesday ovonlng to hear their pastor ROT organ who Is holding an interesting meeting at the Baptist churchIVAhrHDA blacksmith at owe Will pay from to to J2CO per day for the right kind of a man steady work Apply immediately to S L MldkifT Richmond Ky- IVANTnnAt r once a good settled white woman of experience to cook wash and iron for one person Address with references Mm J II Jones Box 71 Crab Orchard Ky 3t STANFORDS base ball team was de feated 17 to 16 by the Central Univer icy Prtmhman team on the grounds here Wednesday afternoon The result WM a tie at the ninth inning and three more innings wore played to break it Tim wind of a few nights ago did conklerabl damage in the Sholby City section A number of trees wore blown down on the farms of Wm K Mc Afee and George W Pulllam On the Tatters place a largo tree was blown across a cabin occupied by Jas String or and wife and both of thorn had nar row escapes from being killed SALTKR Mr Samuel P Salter died of rheumatism at the home of Mr Jas W Dunn near Hrynntavillo Ho Is sur vive by a wife Mr Salter was well known over the State as n trotting horseman Ho owned nnd campaigned such horses as Granby Dan Cupid etc and wosquitesuccessful He had friends throughout the State who will hear with much regret of his death The in terment took place in the Lancaster cemetoryr DR W N CUAIO has installed the Litchflold lighting system nnd ho now has the best lighted store In town Will nnd Thomas lackey of St Louis have- a large Interest in the company making the machinery for this splendid light and they aro said to have a good in It If you nre thinking about lighting your store with gasoline you should by nil means try this light Mr J Carroll Bailey will take pleas ure in giving you prices on the equip ment Vial which started in J L John TuesdayIcontents causing a loss of about 700 A horse perished in the flames The rcsbyterinn church some 75 yards distant caught from n spark and was also destroyed The origin of the fire is unknown but is believed to have been the work of un incendiary Mr Johnson had 150 insurance in the Contincn tnl and Agent Mahony was wired yes terday to adjust it r the LAND BALI Hon J S Owsley Sr has sold to William J Aston of Fnrmcrsville Texas his splendid farm of 740 acres on the Crab Orchard pike five miles from Stanford at 5750 possession given Nov 1 Mr Aston is a relative of Mr S R Hanson of the West End and is evidently a man of means as the transaction was a cash one Mr Owsley is undecided as to what ho will do after ho gives up his place but his many friends sincerely hope he and his excellent family will not leave the county Tile event of the season will take place at Waltons Opera House this evening The wedding march will be gin promptly at 8 oclock r ALL owing or having claims agaInst the thin of J W Wallace are requeate to call and settle same with meat J C McClarys office A R Wallace 2t Tile home of Mr Kenna Farris near the Crab Orchard fair grounds burns yesterday with most of its contents lie had n small insurance It is not known how the fire started J S MURPHY k SON of the West End have rented the store at Hedge ville and will at once open a genera store which will be in charge of J Lee Murphy assisted by Mr Joshua Swope RUDY little daughter of John II Walton of Livingston died n few day ago aged six years See was a mem berof the Presbyterian Sunday School and her little schoolmates attended her burial in n body SONS and grandsons of Confedcral veterans of Lincoln county are request ed to meet at the law office of George H Sauiloy at 2 oclock next Friday eve ning May 5th for the purpose of or ga zing a Camp of Sons of Veterans Fon RBNT Home on Logan Avenue vacated by S R Cook Good garden partly planted outhouses cistern and hydrant number of fruit trees and n most desirable home In every way For further particulars see Dr J F Pey ton YOUR attention called to the ad vcrtlsement of P G Warner Son who have recently bought out John Bright Jr Co They are now open for business and aska share of your patronage They will add to the stock at once FREE TRIP TO LOUISVILLE The Re tall Merchants Association of Louis vine will refund in cash the cost of roundtrip excursion tickets to out of town customers during the entire pc riod of Louisville Jockey Club May Races May 10 to 20 inclusive For particulars address J V Beckmann manager Retail Merchants Association Urban Building Louisville Ky THE entertainment at Waltons Op era House Friday evening May 12th promises to be the social and musical evont of the season Mrs A B Rob ertson of Danville will send a charm Ing representative of her class Mrs Juliet Rogers of Lancaster will honor the occasion by singing the Central University boys will bring melody and mirth Miss Polly Duane Traylor will give St Peter at the Gate and out own pianists Misses Alllo Huffman Virginia Bourne Mary McRobcrts and Mary Higgins will give attractive numbers PROGRAM ot Lillputlnn Wlllding at Waltons Opera House this evening at S oclock ICAST OF CHARACTERS Saunders GroomJohn Reid MoKinnqy Maid of HonorsJoan Ballou Best ManTilden Cooper Bridesmaids Elolgo Beazley Katherine Cox Flower GirlsrSara Wearen Marga ShanksUshersClaiborne Walton Clinton and WifeWillie OBannon louise Lynn Grooms Parents Clyde Boone Nancy Parents VanArsdale Craig Mary Bailey Grandparents Hartwell Shanks lied en Cox Little Brothers James Bailey Harvey II Embry Joe T Grimes Cousins of Bride Jennie Wood Re iccca Ross Mildred Downer Aunties of the Groom Frances iry Margaret Davidson Mamie c1 itraubInvited Guests Maurice Bruce Jes lIocker Nancy K McKinney Matsy rimes Annette Wearen Sam B Craig Sara Wood Katherino fenzel Harvey Wilkinson James Novius Jesse Lee Phillips Searcy Rancy WaitressesEthel Powell Jean Paxton Anna D McRoberts Sallie Mills CraIg Ella Eichenberger Lettie McKinney Elizabeth Hunn SingersWinnie Davis Bibb Oh remise Me Clara Fallis Violets Lucy Lee Walton Loves Old Sweet tong mM YESTERDAY was ti ie warmest day otI the year A good lain fell last nigh and the prospects are that more will follow I HAVE accepted tho agency for a monument house and will be glad toI figure with those thinking about buying- a tombstone or monument J C Mc Clary MARKSRURY Robert Rout bought ol Dr Elliott a mare for 145 Mrs H A McGrath Jr bought of Mart Go ings a mare for 140 Wheat is look ing fine All the farmers are through planting corn Rev W M Stallings preached at Fork church Sunday secreIItarywrites that our Lancaster correspondent is incorrectly informed when she said that out of 225 licensed embalm ers In the State of Kentucky only three have been honored by the State Board of Health In permitting them to prepare bodies where death was caused by infectious diseases for shipment He says there are about 310 licensed em balmera in this State and any one holding one of these licenses can take charge diseWeIed in the laws of the Baggage Mens Union small pox bubonic plague yel low fever etc and no one can ship these The State Board of Health has nothing to do with the embalmers of this State as long cs they comply with the State laws CHURCH MATTERS The College of Bishops of the Methodist Episcopal Church South is In annual session at Nashville Rev H R Mills was unable to preach at the Southern Methodist Church last Sunday on account of a severe throat trouble London Local Rev H M Shouse of Berea has been called to the pastorate of the Middle burg Baptist church and Rev Staley of Kentucky University Lexington has been called to the pastorate of the Christian church at the same place The churches of Somerset have awakened to the necessity of enlarg ing their places of worship to accommo date the growth congregations The Presbyterian church is to be enlarged and Pastor Glass is called upon to devote his whole time and energies to the one congregation The First Baptist church withever increasing congregations and 40 accessions during the ear thus far have plans under consideration for enlarging beauti fy ing their building Christian church is undergoing needed repairs and alterations The Methodist churches are found insufficient for the ordinary services and will have to rooms Journal A Creeping Death Blood poison creeps up towards the heart causing death J E Stearns Belle Plalne Minn writes that a friend dreadfully injured his hand which swelled up like blood poisoning Bucklons Arnica Salvo drew out the poison healed the wound and saved his life Best in the world for burns and sores 23c at G L Penny Stanford and Lync Bros Crab Orchard drug stores Duke of Richmond- Will make the season of Igor at my farm one mile South of McKinnev on McKinney Ml Salem pike at the low price of 800 to Insure a Living Colt Money due when colt Is foaled When mare is traded or sold insurance is for felted and in all cases money is due DESCRIPTION AND PEOIGKBE Five old dark bay 16J4 hands high a tine individual best of style and ac ion drives He was sired by Tom CovingtonciSpg2 he by Limber ist dam by General Duke 2nd dam by Warren Harris Denmark 3rd dam by Old CrockellINOTE Tom Covington is a combined horse with a record of auStf trial 219- his dam was Kentucky Chif 2d dam Parsons Abdallah General Duke had a record in 1878 of 245 he was by Embrys Lexington by Old Lexington The dam of Embry Lexington was Bellroyia by- Impotled Monarch- At same time and place I will stand two good mule lacks at f3 TO INSURE LIVING COLTS rat JIM PORTER by Cyclone out of a premium Jennet 2d BRICNOLIA JR by Old Urignolia Both these Jacks have estah shed reputations Their colts have been on the market this county for the past three years having always brought liS many as any Jacks colts in the county if not more So you see that you will not make any mistake in breeding to these JacksR S SCUDDXR McKinney Ky 4 Modern Clothes They Bear the EarMarks of Style For Your Next i Suit Try v i at n CUnniNS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky MoHr COMFORTS I GIBBONS interior dcc about the and your disposal ILowof where to 1MI I KY I To MoRobertsArc We have of Grocer ies of JohnIBright Jr charge of the stock ask a share of your goods at low prices courteous treatment we will endeavor to P G SON W B 1STANFORO Sells Ivurlecs Ready Mixed Paints Everv gallon Guaranteed There is none better Now Spring patterns of Wail P per White Lead and Linseed Oil Also A Tested and Sure Bed Bug Destroyer Q 1ht Interior Journal Entered in the Pott Office at Stanford U Mcondclait matter FOR SALE I Eight hunJreJ Irtl of n fine ItnJ si you will finJ In Central Jallus worth of brlckbull3ingsonlsnirunning water free rllte ctote to this only Ijo an acre W IiBIAKEEY Bowling Green Ky onI For Sale Privately My house rend 10 acres of land situate just outside of town limits on the Somerset pike House has 7 worn kitchen and set Tntl room good cellar table and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for tock J P UAILEY NOTICE You should eee us before you let out your house carrlge and root painting Paper hanging a We have of paper from three leadlnghousesof the orld and can sell wall tban you can Itellilt Eetlmte turntehed on ap plication All work guaranteed BELOEN Co Somerset at- reetmrsURANC VIld Life AccmJnt Nonehutlhe 8TUpNOK I4T nndI iibTo KntMCJunniiVto il Iou DrdjUnoqunllfd Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky 1t lldnce Phone Jfo Si R A JONESI Dentist5- TANFORDKENTUCKY Office in Myers House Parlor Phone No 1 J jProprietors LIVERY Stanford Kv Oood LlVery Service at Reasonable Hates oan on UI lIn Depot Street Also Dealer In IB D CARTER Successor to Bruce Jt Carter livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KYI Special Attention to Commercial Men patronage h toUched Horse on commission Stock Pens In Connection Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy ready made clothing when Ihere Is so little difference In the price 01 high grade ready made suits and alult made to Jour measure taken by an ex perlenced tailor I have a bandeomi line of tipriog Roods I can make from a low price business suit to the finest dress mit Also Spring overcoats and trout ers The company I represent is one of the beet I also have a line goods I make tin mre1f for those who prefer it H C RUPLEY the Tailor eason Specialties HcrPPndoonwIndowerene mid screen Inl IiIUn Htoves Llac- eiurtnlu Hhndrs Pours xlelulmt Uruek Iortlrres- IurnlttretheraWuwtHtretohets Hcruu trusties to removi wnter liy fouler Doorsandreturn viiriirt iuiit iiM Vlndowtt Vllrnbh- Mt11I1 mid rhrmniersr1letun s YnunttlI- OUl1l1l1C5 New nnd Uhl Yurn Illre 001110 uu If you nni nine NOlllelhlll1t wo do not keep Goal Liv ry of horses and hugKlo niul fiiil Excellent undertekllgllIUlp- naeutPruitt BrothersMorehind Ky NABOTM JR Nnhoth Jr is u bountiful dllrk with- envy lilt nod trill with goad bun plenty of stylo wed plush und tins extreme high nc lion and It worked would step its fast us old lulioth his dire Ho over 18 hum lileh relgli i xnind and unlIIlIrMuld this toy He Is by tho well knoWnNulothwho- us sired vnlnliiulmiii sire of latitude 1711tout iiiiiny oUllr In the list Will Inirtmm NnlKitliM u sun of Oeoruo liken Klrst Until TIIIMI by Messenger uroc sou of lliiiiililetoiilnu and sire of ilalne 231 tin limn of Norlnlne yearling pconl iMI li Nnboth Jrs first dam by Ieengrr1h1 fJrYarddnuabrCrltiiivIs trd iliim n thoroughbred lie will milk till nnon of IJiH nt my xtnlile la llIlIlonll lit tho low of 11211 to living alt MOUyduOWheneoltIAhnlledr7nure- trted with Mnren or removf Ills county forfeits the Innirnnco nod the IonaISUuP Ilen retained on colts Until 1IItlllINulMitli Is considered hy the Unit horsemen 10 told lifst lion In Kentucky to hairtor lilglicliiH4 hiirneM lionuH t4 him lie Wyou breed J It HKAHLKY Htunford Ky PROSPECT 2087 DESCKIFTION PoaledApril 28 1900 iC ands high solid bay with white feet behind a model in form with superior style a show horse second td none in harness or under saddle rHDtORKB Sied by Dignity Dare igSz eby Chester Dare he by Black Squirrel- by Black Eagle he by King DignitY Dares ist dam Lizzie Mont by Velchmont he by William Welch he by iysdicks Hambletonian Prospects tat tUm pora Deane 2740 br On Time ne by tonewall Jackson Sr 2nd dam by joe Wallah he by Abdallah Glencoe 3rd dam by Funks Sumpter Denmark 416 dam by Black Hawk Morgan jth dam by 0- 1Jer he by Wagner Cth dam by Imp Messenger Will serve a limited number of mares the present season at ers to in sure a live Money due when colt is foaled or mare traded or parted with Mare grazed at S2 per month all bills paid before removal of mares not Treesible for accidents or escapes lies from Shelby City on nville Danville pike CARPENTER SANDIDGE r 1 For Rent or Lease A iplondli large dry goods storeroom and a large warehouse attached recently occupied Levy Urns Stanford ply for particulars to J D Owsley or to The Lincoln County National flank t J D OWSLEY Stanford Ky E DPeytoniDEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and TobaccoslStanford A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store 5u the Owsley Building Dar1 Traylor DIALtH irVUlsKn Brandu Wines Beer Cigars Etc KYoiosaPrompt in J pollt luntlon Nothln tout the drink Mal phon ci tsierarb orders beej jronpt stttntlon rRSTORATlVEoICURES DEBILITY TII worl men are ItrOII C1I1ltaL moodTotnente limaPCrrcea Calm Nrrthare Dabllltr rllln Nemry Yltal Wek YNYatesKtaallr Rood for vomrn HooUrtm lrlcll aboi HU for lino nottMld with a naranrM to refund If not carM or benefited pcrrcn MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u s AI roe SUE AT lE iTS Data STOEE J l Beazley Co UndertaKers and EmbalmI era Also Dealers in Fur niture MattiugsKugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices tight STANFORD KENTUCKY e lteeaTy Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harnes3Saddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY J K BAUGHMANSNABOTH By NI both buy threeTearsold and a much finer horse than his Mreso well knownI In thus part of the State as a peed style and durability Dam Norn Nor val Nova 214J a son of Electioneer 125 Nora Norralt tint dam by Metropoll tan son of Uambletonlan 10 sire of George Wilkes and Electioneer 2d dent by Mambrl noStarlight 3rddam by Oliver 4th dam by WagnerGth dumbg Tnnnbr 6th dam by Thornton Hattler Asplendid Iodlvld unl with a pedigree as aa any i HUMMER JR stallion 15JJ hands u good Individual 61121sIre212 QuIckly 214X Mountaineer SH5K Speedon 2HUK IS In 230 Hummer 0112 Is a son the renowned Electioneer and save one Is the only son of Electioneer II vine that Is out of a George Wilkes mare and with the exception of Arlon Is the only sou stundlng In Kentucky that has a 200 performer to hI credit Hummer Jrsden Is Xulma the great Lord Russell dam Qodlva by Auditor T- 73HAPSBURG 509 Great coach stultlon IG1 hands high by Imp Olosterand out of a mare by Wonder ful Iloy Anyone wlehlnTavery high bred couch horAe to on standard breD mares for speed and action Ihould- see tblsho- rseJESSE ALVERSON 8hetland Pony Fine Individual good breed Ar style and action All of these horses will stand at 3J0 to In sure a living colt NAPOLEON Will also itand my jack Napoleon at 310 to Insure mares anelIO by the season from April 1to July for jennet Mare grazed at 12 per month which In all cases must be paid before they are removed Care taken to prevent accidents but not re iponalbleshouldiinrooeur J iCe Ky I Babbitt Bible And Law CRAB ORCHARD KY MAY 3Asc- ame I home from Stanford a few dnys ago by way of Maywood I was Importuned by a clever farmer Abel Bryan to go by his house for dinner and listen to his mother in law Mrs McFadder talk scripture and the Biblical feast liS well as the eidble banquet were most excellent The batter cakes have not been excelled since our old cook liar nah left Dallas Mrs McFaddcn1 memory is most remarkable She quoted verses of scripture committed 79 years ago She is now 86 years old She can quote page after page chap ter after chapter All ought to stud the scripture when young I am nearly through the New Testament nnd gone through Genesis which means beginning Exodus which means goin out Leviticus having reference to the priests and nearly through Numbers and in the New Testament I have gone through Matthew Mark Luke John The Acts Romans First and Second Corinthians etc and will probably get through the New Testament this year I commenced this slow tedious work agoIII had commenced this work when a boy I perhaps now could havecompleted tho workI asked Judge Saufley when he amassed such an inexhaustible rosorvoi of Biblical lore 7 He replied By a ro luctant compulsory attendance upon the Sunday school when a boy It is our mothers and the church and the Sunday schools that save our wayward boys and upon whom rest our hopes of government religion society and heaven Boys obey your mothers and study th Bible and should there be no heave hereafter you can make a heaven on earth Denedict Arnold and Aaron Burr were traitors to their country because the had no religion Blackstone says thin no man can be a truly great lawyci without wellgrounded principles of re ligion But I am now wandering I intended to write one page on Mrs MeFaddens remarkable memory Tuesday May 9 the trial to which the people are lookieg with so much in terest will occur at Stanford Are port is in circulation that the public will be excluded Cant do it The fundamental law says all trials shall speedy open and public and in the fact of the world The people build the court houses pay the officers and they have a right to attend and see how justice is administered there They could exclude women and children but there would be no impropriety iri the most re fined ladies being present when I ad dress the jury for I can speak on any subject in such language as not to offend the most delicate the most fastid ious ear It will be worth a pilgrimage to Mecca to hear me upon the subject and then hear Judge Saufley upon melt will be the slaughter of the Old Guard at Waterloo not by Adams battery but by the flaming sword of Saufleys genius My main object in appearing in the trial is to hear Saufley on the lawyer who precedes him None will enjoy the thunder of his eloquence and the fierce blaze of his pyrotechnic genius more than the man upon whom he will banquet- I expect if I shall be so fortunate as to be like the race horse in good plight for forensic battle to make a speech that will elect me to Congress or defeat me for the Legislature I shall be down to argue a peace warrant Friday FONTAINE F BOBIUTT Saved by Dynamite Sometimes flaming city U saved by lynamltlnjj a space that tho Ire cant toss Sometimes a cough hangs on to long you feel as if nothing but dy lamlto would cure It T Gray of 2alhoun Gnl writes1IrIy wife hall u very aggravated cough which kept her awake nights Two physicians could not help her so she took Ur vlngs New Discovery for consujnp Ion coughs and colds which cased her cough gave her sleep and finally suretl her tt Strictly scientific curefur Monchitls anti La Grippe At G L enny Stanford and Lyno Bros 3rub Orchard drug stores price 50c und 81 guaranteed Trial bottle free Homeseekers excursion Michigan via Queen Crescent Houte Tickets Ion sale May 2nd and 16th at greatly educed rates to AuSablo Beaverton Jranch Brethren Cadillac Gladwin Calcva Manistee Merritt Lewiston and St Helen Tickets are limited 15 lays from the date of sale Ask agents lor particulars or write E N Aiken T P A Lexington Ky or Y C linearson G P A Cincinnati 0 Said a man to a charming young miss I hear there lire germs in a kiss Said the maid Im immune So come around soon It Vhat a prospect for unalloyed bliss Puck terWhile bilious attack is decidedly npleasant It Is quickly over when Chamberlains Stomach and Liver ablets are used For sale by Lyno Iros Crab Orchard Ky At Paden City W Va Gus Bolen shot and dangerously wounded his wife and motherin law committed suicide Essays Of Little Bobble Society is whare you go when you are incited wick aintvory ofen unless you have tho doe to spend If you have the doe it doant make no difference what you got it you can go to all the dance and dinners you want to but if you alnt got the doe you can only go to the danc es they have on Saturday nltes and tha aint society it is only 50 cents tor gents and ladies free and you bet so ciety costs more than that if a man C his wife and tharo child ren want to git into society they mail thare money and then move to sum other place wham everyone mint on to them and they go rite into society Sumtimes they go to church too but the moar doe they have the less they have to go to church Pa and Ma doan go into society Pa says IMa can keep him broak easy cnuff without that ant- I guess he is rite beekaus 2 days ago the groser told Pa wo cudnt havo any moar stuff unlessjwo seteled up our bil at his store and soPa seteled up Then he came hoam and scd to Ma well yot are keaping my nose to the grind stoai all rite and Ma sed well I didnt marry you to set down and look fityou so gi out and malk some chink MTlwaukei Sentinel The recent offer of five million dol lars for the site of the little Dutcl ThrogmerIton of land intho City of London This little church can accommodate only some two hundred people yet the value of thorite is so great that not only were the trustees offered this enormous sum for it but the offer was accompa nied by a promise to build another church in the suburbs One thousand five hundred pounds a year is no un common rent for a small groundfloor in the heart of the city It is said that a milllion dollars has only recently been refused for the site of the Apothecarius Hall In Water Lane near Ludgatc Stationmuch less than an acre The company say they have no wish to sell Some day ther1 will be a now station at Ludgate and they may obtain a still larger price under compulsory sale Terrific Face With Death Death was fast approaching vrlUv Ralph F Fernando of Tampa Pia describing his fearful race with loath as a rOAult of liver trouble and heart disease which had robbed ne of sleep and of all Interest In life I had tried runny different doctors and levoral medicines but got no txmoJlt until I began to use KlectrUs Bitters 5o wonderful was their otTect that In threo days I foil like u new man and- o day I am cured of all my troubles Guaranteed ut G L Penny Stanford and Lyne Bros Crab Orchard drug stores price 60- eMcKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Kentucky FlnunglUanktsuadeke wiMil In exfhiinito fur work nllowln niurkft prim Hntlsfiivtlnn niiariuitf COlli or writ1 for prlcvs and liiforiimtlun LXcnl wnntiil Kentucky Squirrel Itcxl INIv ntnlllon with wlillf hnnilslilKh wnmlrwl by WIND wlulrrrl hI linn liv Ihi King n MIII of Hllwr Kliitf aOIl of On TIIIIIto1 inm lir tho famous Oul i11a 1cxlnutmi WtHMI H iilrrtl was 11t1- hy lilnrk S iilrrililniu by Jilt KUIHI iliiiu 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