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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lti J y = V f I 7 mn nh vtasj 11 r vr r 1tt THE INTERIOR JOURNAL j VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 9 1905 NO 20 LANCASTER Mrs Alex Wais returned home from a visit In Indiana Dr Simpson Elkin who has been visiting relatives In Lancaster und Lexington has return cd to Atlanta la- The examination of white teachers will beheld In the office of County Supt E L Walker in Lancaster May 19th and 20th Examination of colored teachers will bo heldIO 2Gth and 27th of May Referring to the criticism of II L Shannon secretary of the State Hoard t of Embalmer in referencd to nn Item In our letter of May 2nd we bog to refer Mr Shannon to the Embalmors Monthly for tho month of April 1005 page 128 which rends as follows The names In tho following list aret those of embalmers who have been II censed by tho State Board of Health or tho Hoard of Embalmers and who Imvo given evidence of their qualifica tlons to properly prepare bodies for shipment under the stringent rules governing the transportation ofbodies doad t of infectious dUonses Presumably the the embalmers named fare the most com potent and reputable in thoir respective Only licensed embalm tlommunltlo to thta flat Kentucky includes the following names Franklin J III Dashwood Loutevilto Charles II Bo den 529 Second Street Lancaster J j A Beaxloy Wo quote this simply to 1 show our information Capt Wm Herndon and lion It III I Tomlinson attended court at Danvillo Thursday and Satunlay They are on gaged In the case of Woslgor vs Mc 1 Donald Judge HuH has decided that fthlasuit must bo tried In the Garr rd court Min Martha Tlllot was stricken with paralysis Sunday afternoon Her entire right stile was oltected ami although she b somewhat tatter at this writing she remains In a very critical condition New has been received horo of tho marriage of Miss Mary D Yan tte youngest daughter of W A Yan t tts to J K Meteor at IaragouW Ark Mr It E Hughes of Loutavltle spent Sunday with relatives hON Miss Irene Romans has roturnod to Madison Insti tute at Richmond after a short stay with her parents Mr and Mrs J C Thompson and Mr and Mrs R L Jennings left Monday for their future homo nt Ixw Angeles Cal Mtes Pearl Bcttis of Lexington has been with her mother Mrs Ellen Bettis for a few lays Mrs Fisher Gaines who has been the guest of Mrs J C has returned to her home in Danville Mrs White of Richmond is with relates here Bost for Women and Chlldron On account of IU mUd notion and taste Orlno Laxative Fruit aS rep l especially recommended for women and children It does not naus cato or gripe like plea and ordinary cathartic Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup aids digestion and stimulate the liver and bowels without Irritating thorn Remember the name Orlno and 1rofueesubstltutrs G L Penny TfMPlE HILL STOCK FARM r I JhSSfia Phi City tits Harrodsburg Kentucky lt l Irnf lwnrold ivrnnl fld In Otli heat 4ivwr lMlinlf mil hick ulnof 8 with iw prti iNitr limn saei t11nmplonbow horn et Kintiuky and Icndlmt Irr of lil lirlii t road hors1tul tram to limiin n living tlllltcoltntMliSRiiatl alit PI or JltWtlii Ml i claim It M to the Isar Interest of HIPOWII urn of limnnot MiTCvrnud iidlolnlna mini toss to lonllo I 111 lim lit l slot for 1111 to kwii lihn nml liniil mad liumil his iinMluniiinil It Ierrv imtiir til Unit will work fortni will of nil nlnroltii at hliih Ilrh no nnittir to whoiii they Is long llftwuw his Colts hnv a npiitii tloiiand hnvt sold for hlKher prlts each thowof trey Inllloiilii Mertvr or lpdnlOq rued end HHTIIUW his rolls hove tnkU main ip tiiliiiii Stern the e of any itnlllon In Men r or iiiljolnlng conn DM 4ih lleojiuw hi has n ln ttcr niiinl Vii nut of nifnr1tttontIoiettl and it iMlter rtford an a Miow horse hnvln wntilWoutof iHnhnwu tlmnany ntiiUlon In Mercer or adlolnlnxcoiintleit h HOCHIIM i ref H tin only bursa ulrid hy a bans meant of tIS O K May who bus IJlvlthi roltn with ivconln Ixtter limit with a ilnm Uiily Hurt Hint tViry lIlt she tiMik n utiindnrd record and wits a l winner whow urnndilum iHoirmic t linxid man In the world linv rIoutIii who dumI dm e1 s71 n1 for n half Intcnnt and who himself ilted fuafnld nl tlinw rItruold for IJu mill nt llyiHMoldforflSi nut that liliiixclf Iroilllrnit to over IINOIIII high n Kjiitnml teanu from f lnt Urttnn In Hereir or comitlm ntliNtiit threuof lied IeafeolU worn vor trnlnml for iHiil nml tlioy nil took rtconln Tlhlll1t onnot Iliil IienfM rolls win vvir nioiHl mid lie tiirU lliillorlSrni wlnnlim llrnt In oiiu mud tiTOiid In nil tin others its haws liy tht iMjok Onto Bhowttl nillcx In Slfl Mini would lunyelrItunltlInul11orohndR- elived Pllh K morn CIR lil liirlced teams llmii liny Mnllloii In Kf ntucky In the luut two yeiirii nth I CIIIIIIow rIIl Ntonorloo JIJU for II 111 I now hold llvo years old iiiid inott of thvin under tlirco JCNowYwiy If you want trotter tail JIII- I In bred to set tout slrtt Is oiii of thud urttutput Hire ot tX spied and lain It urent sod he hy ono of llin worlds Kreiitent dress of slsnl t Itiil Wllke nml hi dnz diini the urcutoKt laud hairs In the world If yolt watt n show hiMiiro hi can mt tliciu of Ihs Idglust thllIrollIIlIrO hy 1IllIIlhlJw J1IIUIIIIIYII the luHllt tlJllllnr and Iltnblg2Iout of II shows miiiintliliiK enlist only by the world flllllllll unly I wnnt n hnl lieu horM li MutliiIhllleuwiint eartoI Ihl blKIIIt hit grout brood nmrov If thesoaro frets why uatr- I have niloo nhnek Jack to stand nt WtolnsurenllvUt cullit OODDAUD 1 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES CueyburnedWilliam Gllllspie aged Go is dead In Wayne Mason Lovell little son of L W Bethurum died at Mt Vernon- R R West of Louisville employed by the Government at Panama is ill with the yellow fever William Green a carriage trimmer committed suicide at Harrodsburg by hanging HerdaPrewitt daughter of E A Prewitt of Casey was badly burned while lighting forest jlrcs The boiler of Life Bros saw mill in Washington county exploded killing John Matherty and badly injuring Rand As the alleged result of n quarrel over 50 cents John VIckory was shot and filled by Henry Hunch at Williams burg Addressing our exchanges and es pecially those who are In the habit of looking upon the mountains as a section of doubtful morality we present a collection of county ofllchils who arc totally exempt from the ordinary vices drinking liquors chewing and smoking tobacco and the use of profanity The county judge circuit clerk county clerk county attorney superintendent of Khootc sheriff and treasurer of Pu lukl are not addicted to any of these view We would like to know If thore Is another set oj principal offices of another county In the State so entirely free from those common vieueSom erset Journal Good record Hror Camp bell of those mentioned but toll us about those omitted DECUMIHD INSANIL Dr Newton P Stafford of Casey county was arrested here on the charge of Insanity He was accompanied by his wife and the two had como across the country in a buggy Stafford hall several grips in tho buggy and claimed to bo a physician of remarkable ability It Is sold that he was at one time a prominent doctor in Casey county but that his mind bo came unbalanced and ho was sent to the asylum He was paroled a short Unw ago and returned home Recently hU home was destroyed by fire and since then he and his wife have been living with their children at different places in the State Stafford was taken to the lakeland Asylum His wife went on to Franklin county to live with some of her married children Har rodsburg Democrat A dispatch from Tsingtau Shantung peninsula China says that 25 Russian warships have been sighted off Vanfong The news from Manchuria indicates that another land battle of importance may be fought soon ns Field Marshal Oyama is apparently getting ready to assume offensive operations on an extensive scale The rumors of the ap preaching return of Gen Kuropatkin from the front seem to be definitely confirmed and it is said that Gen Zaroubaicfl of the Fourth East Si berian Corps will be his successor Failing health is tho reason assigned for Kuropatkins return to St Peters burg Four Russian torpedo boat de stroyers seizedand burned n small sail ing of Hokkaido Pirating Foleys Honey and Tar Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar us n throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Hon ey and Tor many imitations are offer ed for tho genuine The u worthless Imitations havo similar sounding naniis Howaro of thou rite genuine Foley Honey and Tar Is In n yellow package Ask for It and refuse nay substitute It Is the best remedy for coughs and colds G L Penny IInsurance Commissioner Folkor Tennessee who is on his way home from tho conference of commissioners in the Equitable case believes that the investigation being made by tho New York Insurance Department will reveal the real condition of affairs and that the policyholders will be benefited by it President Alexander holds that the surplus belongs to the policyholders nnd not the stockholders Vice President Hyde says the question Is one for the courts to determine Wur Against Consumption- All notions are endeavoring to cheek the ravages of consumption the white plague that claims so many victims each year Foloys Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds perfectly and you are in no danger of consumption Do not risk ollr health by taking some unknown preparation when Fo leys Honey and Tar is safe and cer taro in results Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and Insist upon having It Q L Penny A hundred Russians are reported to have been killed during an attempt by Persians to move the Italjoswara fron tier post into Russian territory The Shah has recalled tho Governor of Ar debit according to Russian reports t4 s NEWS NOTES Eighty prisoners escaped from the jail at Decatur III Cerebro spinal meningitis ils said to be waning in New York Clinton Haycroft the oldest attorney of the Elizabethtown bar is dead Several persons were killed by light ning during a storm on the lower peninsula of Michigan Prof Edward H Boone of Paris widely known as a hypnotist died at Lexington of heart failure Charles T Stuart City Judge ofI Bardatown was found dead In his room Ho had been an invalid for years Had faith Is charged against France by the Japanese press owing to the presence of the Russian fleet in French watersAnother milliondollar endowment is to be given by the McCormick family of Chicago to McCormick Theological Seminary There were 300S2 rural free delivery routes in operation In the United States May and petitions for 1703 more were pending Cossacks fired into a crowd of people at the Church of tho Holy Crow in Lodz Russian Poland and seven per sons were killed At a special meeting of the stockholders of the Union Pacific Railroad Co tho proposition to issue 100000 000 of preferred stock WM approved by unanimous vote A tornado passed over Central Okln homa and part of Indian Territory followed by excessive rain and hail A number of people wore killedand moreI than 100 injurlC1IRev Dr W G Suthorltn pastor orI the Inrk Christian church of New Al bany Ind is under arrest on a charge of murdering his wife who was supposed to have committed suicide Tho Work of constructing tho tunnel through Lookout Mountain will soon begin All the noccwary deeds to the right of way for approaches have boon signed and other premllnariee arranged Isaac N Perry the bank president who has been on trial charged with burning the Chicago Car and Locomo tive Gos plant nt Heguwisch III in order to get the Insurance money was acquittedSafeblowers dynamited n safe andI blew out the rear wall of n store at Alexandria Ky There was 1300 in currency in the safe part of which was taken and the remainder was blown to shreds by the explosion The Federal grand jury in New York is investigating the Tobacco Trust Knowledge of the investigation became public when n witness who had refused to answer questions was brought before Judge Lacombe This witness Edun F Hale secretary of ohe of the subsi dary concerns of the American Tobacco Company was ordered to answer the questionsThe jury at Pekin has re turned indictments against officials of the Standard Oil Company on the charge of having procured one of their secret service agents to swear he owned a horse and wagon when it really belonged to the Standard The Standards alleged purpose was to break up n competing oil peddlers bus- Iness and was successful Tho investigation by the Federal grand jury in New York into tho opera tions of the tobacco trust is a part of the work of the Department of Justice started months ago with the purpose of procuring evidence for future use The inquiry was ordered on complaint of tho Kentucky nnd Tennessee Plant ers Association and has been going on in Tennessee as well as Now York Mrs J W Gray said to bo the wid ow of a Chicago broker and believed to be wealthy committed suicide in her room lit the Hotel Imperial in New York by shooting She left some let ters which it appeared that disappointment in love was the cause of tho deed The man to whom the letters were ad dressed was said to be marrried Mrs Gray left n sister and niece in New OrleansPresident Milton Ih Smith of the Louisville and Nashville railroad ap peared before the Alabama Railroad Commission at Montgomery and was given a hearing on the proposed revision of freight rates Mr Smith denied that the Louisville and Nashville had 29000000 in its treasury when it was acquired by the Atlantic Coast- Line He also made the statement that it is now impossible for speculators rnlnorityofI Let Everybody Work And tho world would be tnpro happy and contented Just consider How much pain and trouble results In your bodywhen your liver or stomach stop working Happily you can soon set them to work again cure your pains and restore yourself to health and contentment with Dr Caldwolls laxa tive Syrup Pepsin Try It Sold by G TJ Penny at GOo and 1 Money hack If it fills t l t IHUSTONVILLE of Lex- Ington a harness horse for 250 Rev Shouse of Somerset preached at the Baptist church Sunday to a good McKee of Quincy Ky aged father df Mrs V B Morse died last week ofparalysis Miss Maud Vanarsdall has gone to Harrodsburg to accept a position in tho circuit clerks office J K Helm Sr and Miss Florence Owsley both of Moreland will be marred at the brides home May 17th by Rev W G Montgomery- A nice little 104acro farm on the pike good neighborhood nice improvements for sale cheap possession given at once Hustonville Real Estate Agen yIn the graded school flection here Saturday Dr J C Barker and J H McHafgue were elected trustees over George D Robinson nnd H C Baugh manFor the display of his divinolen dowed accomplishments of a rare order Rnlph Blngham Is entitled to and should have a full house tonight Reserved seats at Yowolls Frank II Wost E W Cook Walter- C Trainor and J Beechor Adams composing the Central Kentucky Quartette of Danville will render an interesting program in connection with Rev W L Dorgans sermon at the Baptist church here next Sunday 14th at 330- P MThe work of moving the telephone exchange into its new quarters opposite the Hotel Wcatherford is delayed on account of Manager Wray of the Stan ford Exchange failing to set his poles- or lot parties here do the work cheap er than he can have it done and just as well The monthly rent now double the former price our exchange has been paying and Mr Wrny will be expected to pay the excess The earthly remains of James B McKinney were laid to rest Sunday in our cemetery beside his wife and daughter Lucy both of whom preceded him to the grave only a few weeks A short but impressive sermon was rendered by Rev Dr Green of Danville in theI presence of a large congregation of sorrowing friends and relatives We see through the dimness of tears as they rise The crucified Savior of men Who speaks as He bends from His throne in the skies Saying Jennie youll meet them again CHURCH MATTERS The Emperor of Japan will give 5 000 to the Japanese branch of the Y 1t C A The Welsh Congregational church at Kingston Pa was partly wrecked by a dynamite explosion causing a loss of Thomas Treadwell Eaton has completed 24 years of service as pastor of the Walnut Street Baptist church Louisville During this tcrn the mem bership as shown on the rolls of the church and the various churches it has founded has grown from 531 to more than 5000 and the pastor has been on of the most potent forces in the local ministry Watch for It It will pay you to watch for tho very first symptom of Indigestion or liver trouble and to prevent thotrouble from gaining headway by quickly taking Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pep sin Nothing Is more weakening to the system than chronic dyspepsia and all Its complications Nothing will cure It so quickly pleasantly and sure ly as Syrup Pepsin Sold by G L Penny at 50c and Money buck If it falls p 0S Lend me your umbrella dear Its raining and Ive got to go to the vestry meeting again tonight But John why dont you take the one youve been carrying for the past weekWhat to the vestry meeting Why thats where I got ItPittsburg Press An L N passenger train bound for Louisville from Cincinnati left the track on a curve at Sulphur killing the engineer John G Buxe of Louisville and injuring eight others The engine and mail car and baggage car were piled In a heap 30 feet from the track which was torn up for 100 yards Only three passengers were injured The longest novel which has ever been published is the Story of the Eight Dogs It is written in Japan ese and is published in 10G volumes Tho novel contains several hundred characters not counting the dogs and they are all dead by tho time the last chapter Is reached Chicago street railway employes have contributed nearly 10000 to the teamsters strike fund I Ai Invitation For Everybody I To come to the New Store and buy ClothingY Shoes Hats and Caps Ladies and Genii Furnishings HighGrade Goods at Low Prices SAMROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY l We Sell WARRANTED PURE VINEGARS Nothing In more utnvIiolcHome mid dangerous to hrnltli built the chfnii nd l vlnvRiir fivquently ollervU for uthutyouhotdd know that II 11N- vzN36A1rMCmuplywiththr 7 iurrfoot litw1 of ryMtnte ill the Union ThlIro not strictly and iilwolutely dellcnteInI JIiliu white pickling lIltllr dlstllk d front grain liu purr vlnegiir brewed front limited lutrley W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY LaPorte Vehicles I Honest Work Attractive Styles Over 800 of these pleasure vehicles have been sold in Lincoln county which is of itself evidence of their merits ho follow lug list representative citizens who are using LaPortc Vehicles is rustle up from memory there are Hir others Jo nilof whom we refer ns to evidence of the worthof this work Preston Deck M S Baughman E P Woods lion S Owsley Sr has II Baughman Robert Woods no S James Woods Higginselion M C Saufley T D Newland J H Paxton Col T P Hill Sam W Menefee non U C WarrenW Brooks S J Embry Sr Rowan SaufeyBeazley E T Pence John Deck Wm E C Walton J R Deazley Livery Luther Underwood C V Gentry J H Boone SCo Livery Grit Eubanks W C J M Druce Livery Robert Sims W W Withers L R Uu K VanArsdale C Hays W P hesjohn Dingaman James Lynn ames H s udge J P Bailey ts Lynn J C DalleyW R Denham W B ODannon Thos Dudderar C Carman Andrew Gooch Porter Robinson C Vanoy Cicero Reynolds Sidney Dunbar H J Darst J F Holdam Full carload of these popular vehicles re cently received by E T Pence Co Agents for Lincoln County To popularize their new business in HOW buildings with New Stocks and New Lines being Hided TG Weatherford Co t HUSTONVILLE KENTUCKY fAsks you to call and you will be convinced that they can feather your licstum y v We Are Showing From Thet Best manufacturers in tho country n line and well selected line of Ladies High Shoes and Oxfords Every lady Tin Crab Orchard and vicinity is invited to call and sec our stock and be convinced that you do not have to leave tho East End to dress the feet in an uptodate style W E Perkins Crab Orchard Ky q ijJ a i The Interior Journal j WALTONc4 TilE most imposing funeral proces- skr on ever seen in Richmond Va followed the remains of Gen Fitzhug Leo to their last resting place The funeral was a military one in its appointments There were 33 militai companies In the line of more than n mile The casket rested upon a cata falque built upon a caisson and bore emblems of the Confederacy and the Untied States Behind the caisson Gen i ilk lices own riding horse a thorough- bredJ black stallion was led with emj ty saddle and the upturned boots and f sheathed sword of the dead soldier Many eminent men were in 3and the streets along the attendanceI were packed with a vast t were services at the church and at the cemetery the committal services at 31 the grave being read by Bishop Ran teat dolph of the Episcopal church Tim motion of attorneys for Caleb t Powers asking for a transfer of his case from civil to Federal jurisdictio was formally made before Judge Cochran of the United States circuit court at London yesterday On account oC the absence of material parts of thej transcript from the Scott circuit court the motion offered by the defense for- a writ of habeas corpus cum causa wa passed until the remainder of the rec ord is filed and the case argued further t The question of jurisdiction is not to be decided until the case is finally heart on the complete record minus the bil of evidence F t A NEW ALBANY IND Christian preacher is in jail for killing his wife who was found hanging from a tran secondfkilling his wife recently and goes to d show that there ill something in the atmosphere of a State which harbors as sassins It is bad enough for an ordi nary everyday sinner to do murder It is intolerable for those who parade as a teacher of religion and morals to bo guilty of such acts especially if the victim be a woman and the wife of the i accused at that HATS off to Editors Sam W Menefee of the Advocate and W Vernon Rich- ardsonr of the News The former wa nominated for mayor and the latter for city clerk in the primary held in Danville Saturday It is hard to down newspaper men as those gentlemen who ran against Messrs Menefee ant Richardson now fully realize Sat Fox was nominated for assessor and J t b R Moore and J H Dunn for night po lice Good selections all of them Elect them and Little Britain will hay I J a lot of officers she will have reason to be proud of s J Tim verdict in the Hargis case was vt not a surprise to those of our people who r had read Judge Parkers instruction in the case The jury stood 10 for ac quittal and two for conviction While are satisfied that Judge Hargis Is Itwe we never felt that he would be convicted believing the jury wouldgivi g4 his own testimony as much if not more credence than that of the class of wit 4nesses that were introduced against him r wED WALTON is still dreaming of the- unattainable100000 cash and the f a kiss of a BlueGrass beautyHarrods t burg Democrat Yes but not to kiss b the kind of beauties you are used to rGirls with corns on their lips are not in it up here in the BlueGrass AT a mass meeting held at Richmond t Va it was resolved to raise 30000 for the erection of an equestrian statue of Gen Fitzhugh Lee the plan being tot have the memorial placed and unveiled 1I during the Jamestown Exposition tTat presidential party killed 10 bears t on their hunt and of that number Ted- dyt is said to have slain four big uns The dispatches do not state who caught and held the grizzlies while the president did the shooting LOUISVILLE has begun to grow at last There were 84 births to 82 deaths there last week POLITICAL Adair republicans will nominate a county ticket on the 29th Senator George T Farris of Garrard a good man and a Simon pure democrat has announced for prison commissioner Gov Beckham appointed the following commissioners for the Confederate I Home at Pewee Valley Leland Hath away Winchester W N Bumpus Ow ensboro L H Blanton Danville A L Harned Boston and Ben D Terry Cadiz A farewell dinner was given in honor of Ambassador Choate at the house of the Lord Mayor of London Many notables were present Sir Henry Camp J bellBannerman eulogized the president of the United States as a typical char acter characteristic of America a firm d friend of peace though perhaps not off a quiescent disposition Capt Richmond Pearson Hobson and Miss Grizelda Houston Hill of Tuxedo Park N Y will be married May 25 i t 1c Here and There Lee Golden a Negro dropped dead at Harrodsburg Judge John L Stanford is dead at Franklin aged 82 A handsome new Baptist church was dedicatedat Eminence Rev R R West formerly of Lancaster died of yellow fever at Panama The new cruiser St Louis was launched at the Philadelphia ship yardsFire destroyed 650000 staves belong ing to William Alexander of Magoffii countyA of Leroy Ill left 25000 for the founding of a Spirituals churchThe discovery has been made that good paper can be made from the hops thrown out as refuse from the brew eries Great damage is being done by forest fires in the counties of Plymouth Kingston and Plimpton counties MassDuring an argument over an old gun in Hopkins county Will CofTman 18 years old was shot and killed by Paul Campbell a boy of 16 Judge James Hargis was allowed bail in 25000 Floyd Day and J C MI Day the wealthy lumber merchants ofI Jackson signed the bail bond Filipe Alone a wealthy ranchman Bingham N M shot and killed oCI cisco Montorio and Montorios wife killed himself He was jealous To make a test case of the State Sunday closing law the proprietors ofI a barber shop at Lexington Ky chargedwith violating it were ar Stephen D Lee commanding the Confederate Veterans has appointed Maj Gen Bennett H Young chief marshal of the parade at the Louisville reunionJoseph Matthews a farmer of Ter roll I T was shot and killed there by Bruce Roberts Against Matthews wishes Roberts had just married Matthews daughter The San Francisco Board of Education has taken a determined stand against the admission of Chinese und Japanese pupils to schools where whit children are being educated All records were broken at New York Sunday for the number of immigrant who passed quarantine Within 12 hours 12039 foreigners arriving in steerage were permitted to land Pat Crowe has disappeared iron Omaha as mysteriously as he came The police are endeavoring to locate him and the officials say he will be summarily dealt with if his capture is effected Edward Cudahy declares he will do anything he can db to aid in Crowes conviction- A railroad blockade which prevail at Chadburn N C has caused the loss of hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of berries Many carload of the rotting fruit are being dumper into the river The farmers are filing large claims for damages for breach of contract to provide shipping facilities A Good Family Liniment SUPPliel11with and similar Injuries which are of frequent occurence there 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 the time required by the usual treatment As it is an antisep tlo all danger from bloodpoisoning is voided Sold by Ljno Bros Crab Orchard Ky When asked to write a short composition on some interesting experience ohnny after much labor handed his teacher the following Twins is a baby only Its double It usually arrives about 437 in the morning when a fellow is getting in his best licks leepin Twins is accompanied by excl ement and a doctor When twins do ennythjng wrong their mother cant te11 which one to lick so she gives it to both of em so as to make sure Veve got twins to our house and Id swap em enny day fer a billy goat or mos ennything Success Was Wasting Away I had been troubled with kidney disease for the last five years writes Robert II Watts of Salem MoIII lost flesh and never felt well and doctored with leading physicians and tried all remedies suggested without relief Finally I tried Foleys Kidney Cure and less than two bottles completely cured mo and I am now sound and well During the Summer kidney ir regularities are often caused by exces Hive drinking ur being overheated Attend to the kidneys at once by using bleys Kidney Curo G L Penny Figures obtained from railroad sources in Washington indicate a phenomenal growth of trackage in the South There are shown to be under instruction or contract 4786 miles of- road in the Southern States as against 2724 miles in the rest of the country S No more attractive program has ever- been offered a Stanford audience thane one to be given Friday evening The singing of Miss Lillie May Leav e11 will be one of the artistic and en gable numbers of the evening MATRIMONIAL At Glasgow S T Wyatt and Mrs Martha Huston each 73 years old wero joined heart and hand May 23 has been set as the date for Mrs Chadwicks hearing in the United States Circuit Court of Appeals at Elks will build an 18000 opera house NEW LIVERY STABLE S11BEE h CLAIU SON Frtn JUNCTION CITY KY flatOraiTurnoutat Rettonablft Ratn Special Attention to Tritellng Men Grain and Hay For Bats DORSEY GOLDDUST 12055 Full brother to Kstello Sil0M- Mrvcj by Zllrmll Cioltldust 4gel by nolildus lVi b Vermont Morgan unto byIlul1I ltlllArnhlllll ntnlllon- Dortwy llIlt1I11111 It FlorenCe by fiol iliii Jibs 6 o rlikf n tats of OiiITV MUFKHII making hits nil Intvnwly Inbrwl Mortmi KtiilllonilvfCf iiillnt trout Morimn bothtdes thJIt tamp of rOllll hOUt1 known Ooldiliut U n dark hay 1IIIk JlOlnlluIl16 lmml weigh 1JiO pounds proven uniform border of highchit road and Eastern how combining tht for bnrm nml uulilli and ere In Demand nt top prier The chmnplon and comhlnt of the horn shows iwiAnjyi Jack U IMumomlV HIVUII Twelve of hll roll have told for over I14UO In the twist tw yiiirn HlfnTvleo In ofliml for er thin any horn of his producing qunllty in Ken Ktanil nt fnriii It tnllt IllkjltnIcult or marc Jlnreskeptat1OCJperdny on gnor No rr l ontlbllty or Tin It of core nnd hniulllnn given Aililrin F HKIH tfttlllford or Imnvlllc Ky THE WARfiELD Trial 334 Trotting Dark bay ttaillon 15 SH bandit toe Aur 1001 bred Village Farm East Au rora New York aired by Dare Devil 2tU6- record 309 sireot The lle u Ideal 215 S Son of Mambrlno Klnjj 120 tire of Lord Nightingale Metallat The Qurtlor Lord MsrcbLady 6t the Manor Helrat Law King Charles Mocking Uoy Mtrctet nil with records under 2OS f nut dam Naughty Girl by Ilex Amcrl cue 2300 3nd dam bv Mambrlm King iriO 3rd dam Dotlet by Nutwood 600 4th dam To alto by ltralhmole IItb dam Millard by Albion 6th dam Nod br Edwli Forest ith dim Lady Turner by Mambrl Chief The Warfletd was worked only 90 day las salon and showed a 2S4 cup over a ball hit mite track lie It round good headed good patted good wind good feet and leI kind and easy to handle in anf out of harness one that will nay and trot all day He will make the preieut season at San M Owens near UcKloney at Hi to Intun a living colt Mares traded off or bred to another hone forfeit Insurance and make season money due Lien retained on colts until season It paId ENOLEMAN OWENS KING EAGLE king Eagle It 10 hands high dark bar goes nil the gait with of speed Iylll and action sired by Royal King tat dam Eagle Bird 2nd dam by ned lorithoroughbred rrotIKing and Mile 0 the neat show mare that told for ilOOO King Eagles 2d dam It thll dam of Minnie Boyd the great show mar that Matt Coccn won everywhere with In i sand s Id for 4100 King Eagle Is provln himself a great breeder of tint colored nd high styled colts his colts all having plent of size bit oldest colts being three yeern old tLIs Spring There was ono of hit two rear olas out last season that proved to be a great show filly King Eagle will make the present sensor of 180S at mr stable 215 miles west etac ford on the Shelby City pike st the lowprlce of flO to Insure a Ivmgcolt Will nlsottand thegreat mule and jennet lack Hill v Keene at JIO for marc and f20 for jennets to Insure a living colt Hilly Keene was sired bytho great Tom Keene 1st dam by tbe Imported Palermo 2d dam by Levi nubbles 1rlnce the sire of Joe Blackburn and Brlgnolla hilly Keene lands full It hands high black with white points and at a breeder be Is unsurpassed as it mulo or jennet Jack Billy has bad sever al twqyeirold jacks to lately at t700 Will alto stand the great jack Jim Kecne be is by the great ally Keene tat Jam by the Imported John Wells 3d dam by Beecher Jim Keene It proving himself 1 great breeder there being two of his mule jolts shown last year one wearing the blue and the other the In the tame ring Jim Ieene will serve mares at 810 to future a lying colt Mare traded parted with or bredelte irhere forfeits Insurance and money becomes due at the time of such transaction For further particulars cull on or ad Irest S1 HARRIS k KOBT WOODS Phone 72Rlng 3 Stanford Ky Duke of Richmond Will make the season of 1905 at my farm one mile South of McKinney on McKinney Mi Salem pike at tbe low price of 800 to Insure a Living Colt Money due when colt is foaled When mare is traded or sold insurance is forfeited and in all cases money is due INSCRIPTION AND PBDIGREB Five earsold dark bay 16J hands higha fine individual best of style and action drives and rides nicely He was sired by Tom Coviogton 18992 he by Limber Jim Standard and registered 1St dam by General Duke 2nd dam by Warren Harris Denmark 3rd dam by- Old Crocket- tNOTSTom Covington is a combined horse with a record of ajzSJ trial 219 his dam was by Kentucky Chief ad dam Parsons Abdallah General Duke had a cord in 1878 of 245 he was by Embrys Lexm ton by Old Lexington The dam of Embrys Lexington was Dellmyra by mported Monarch At same time and place I will stand two good mule lacks at g8 TO INSURE LIVING COLTS Ist JIM PORTER by Cyclone out of a premium Jennet 2d BRICNOLIA JR by Old rignolia Both these lacks have estafi shed reputations Their colts have been on the market in this couay for the pa three having always brought ns many dollars as any Jacks tolls in the couDty if not more So you see that you will not make any mistake in breeding to Ibese Jacks R S SCUDDIR McKinney Ky fs N one and we In or or at in or tan in for off to to II J Uti liB II tH H JI Have your rolls r1trattil by T F IriKhiTnviil1 Ky tllr VrllKnOWII as t rut or of IIor8 and I horse liwttir Kiiti anion Muarludv d FOR I MILLS otter for sale mr mill and residence la McKlnncy Ky Mill hat flour capacity of 50 barrels and meal 160 bushel Ullllt well equipped with modern machln erv In repair II at ttorage capacity o 5000 bushels of wheat j alto large corn and cribs Wagon scales true oftlct coal bins Ice house All nndc roof sever falllnc water In mill lot Mil Is within 100 feet of Cincinnati Southern R R track and has siding The location Is good for the following reasons Kinney U nearest market to many of the largest wheat and corn grower In Mneoli Ollllly large territory furnishing cutton The feed and coal bulor s In connection with mill pays well No trouble to market all product from mill Rvl deuce It n twottory sIx room frame wits cistern on back porch Milk house at bacl door cemented all comparatively new Large bro buggy house la lot On ac count of my falling eyesight and braltl generally advlted mi to quit the For turthri paritculam call on or Dr Kdw Al corn Ky or W R McKinney Stanford Ky J II McKINNRV McKInney Ky No 1032 Vol 6 A SHi MahogonT bay black points white only on left hind 10010 year 15 31 hand high weight 1800 pounds strong flat bone heavy mane and tall back with long craney tapering neck well set In high mounted a saddle hone head nnd ear on him a model under halter alwayi wears blue string In model ring wonderful style In barnest a show hone sure When one Tear old wore all honors In hit Class wherever shown olio the blue tie In sweep- stake harness rings at tamo age a 3venrold howatsuown 14 JImet and wore 13 blue strings lias never been defeated In fancy harness rtngti hat always been the victor In stallion stoke ring at a breeder when shown with tbrro or for IIbe style and general and for all purposes lIe Is a saddle horse with five dl gall fast line acting racker good In two walks apd a nice loperj very positive In hit trot under saddle and In harneim all around action at It re for an dstu tire of high priced tale horse for saddle or harness UII It a sure enough harness hone graceful stylish and fast can show ulgbtht In 18Jj seconds a 2128 gait with but little handling did this lat one year mares In the spring lIe possessed of nerve and enough to get a trotter for track use or gentlemens roadsters large handsome sty Islt heavy strong enough to get carriage horses with a kindly dltpo sitlon for all of a family horse lie is the horse to tiro parker stylish grace ful substance and It hat been given up by horsemen that be It one of the most uniform breeders In Kentucky lIe colts after himself has never tired aJorrol colt The mot profitable hone for tho farmer and small breeder to produce It the horse which serves the widest range of well Ills colts are show color ofpurposes the very highest type blue string winners the oldest to the veto 10 N S Il U he by 58 he by Black Eagle H he by King WilliAm 67 hI bv Denmark 64 he by flames Denmark 61 he by race horse Denmark F S baby Imp Ued eford ant Ll1lc01ont by h67 A aT H B he William Welch 341 ho 10 mrnit sec and Is by Mesonger 3d dam by Olllt Vermont 4tn dam Welchmonts flat dam Pullno by 2863 Dare will make the sea Ion of 1005 at my In nutonvllle Ky it US to insure a living colt when foaled Mares traded or removed forfeit Insurance and money due and must be paid time of ucb transaction Mar li 5260 month and bills to be paid be removal of mares Oraln fed If desired ore reasonable rates Mares entrusted to me at but I1911 receive personal attention accidents or es will not be BUI lnvllle a aj 5111111111f1nalr i 1 The doctor will tell you to Feet Warm and Your Head Cool but the has come when you will to keep your Feet Cool and you better do it by using a Low Ultra is our best think better than any other patents and tans with welt turn soles French Military Heels patent 250 Cheaper grades 100 150 and 200 White Canvas Oxfords Childrens Misses and Ladies sizes SANDALS just the thing children when leaving their Shoes 1All sizes from Infants Misses 11111111 H GROSS SALE MCt1NNEY ROLLER operated grinding millingbusiness DIGNITY DARE conformation agoatterervingOi Washington clclmodto by- nYldlckl JlamlJletoalaa Thoroughbred TameDlgnlty responsible CARPENTERly LOW SHOES keep yourt time pair wantIShoesliThe 300liThe Brockports BAREFOOT MROBERTS STANFORDI younges- tIsncuuxcSlrodbyOhoter Cant 1 l B Touched for painting IIOIIRCS Tho reasons plainT Mastic Is the purist therefore the most durable and econom ical Thuru Is n whole string of othcruUOfS claim ing Just M good ns Naslic but they dont prove it Maybe they cant Tho analysis of Mastic Is pub lished Its made of pure lead zinc and llneccd oiltime most durable kiwi of paint aud Its purity In therefore unquestioned- As purity menus durability the splendid TAr Ing qnailtios of Mastic have shun it the title of 2A Kind That Lnttst and this title Is backed tip by our absolute guarantee Mxstlo Is uiado by PEASLEE GAULBERT CO Inc LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY and wo heartily rccoruincnd it to your trade r FOR SALE BY PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanfordl SPECIAL SALE FOR County Court Day Week r l Beginning on Mouday next we will begin n sale that will startle the nn tires givebentill prices and values We have too many goods ant must unload then t liens Black Worsted and Cheviot Out Coats 98c Glens Sunday null Working Punts at 48cChildrens Ciuimcro Suits at 75c upChildrens Pants loc up Mens and Boys Hats ICc up Boys Caps 9c up liens and Boys Shoes 08c up Ladies and Misses Shoes at 7Cc up liens Sunday Shirts with or with out collars 24c- SlIspenders for Boys and Men at Co up 11IAylipIMens Socks 6c up Ladies and Misses Corsets JOe up Baby Shoes different colors 1Jo tipLot of Neckties nt your own price Garden Seed nil kind two pack ages for 5o Blackanti White Thread 200 yards two spools for 5c Ladies Belts Oc up Lead Pencils 5o c10ZCIIJ S Goldstein Prop STANFORDKENTUCKYy Cook Stove One No7 4 Cap Cook Stove v For Coal or Wood at 8 This4- t is less than cost S H ALDRIDGE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky CY s i vq r eAlo AiI do J f sekeeperS4tteE1ti rkj We are offering just now some real bargains in Table Linens and Napkins We have one very fine t sample a regular way would cost about 20 We offer the 4yard hemstitched cloth with 1 dozen hemstitched napkins for 15 Other nice cloths with napkins to match at 675 775 and 9 set We offer a 72inch mercerized cloth at 75c yard napkins to match 2 dozen A flyer is a 72 mercerized Damask at 50c Worth 75c Come early if you expect to get any 10 doz mercerized IInch at 75c doz 10 doz finer ones at 150 Items above are much less than usual price and 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 + SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 BTANIOIIU KY MAY 0 1005 J 6 J JUSTice to yourself and to r alcian materials and most careful scrvico in preparing hU prescriptions That Is the wny are filler at Pennys Drug Store ONANLSt has been quite sick Mn W A CARSON is clerking for P G WttrncrSon Mn WT MKRIMEK of LexIngton WM here yesterday MRS JAMEs LEE of Knoxville is with Mrs Mattie Nevius J T MKNEKEE of New Orleans Is wIth the homcfolks here MR A G EABTLAND of Louisville ta hero talking insurance IdSquirtr JACK WALLS of Boyle was a this office yesterday Miss MATTIE TIIOMIISON of Uncas ter Is with the Miiwes Bright W II WKAHBN has succeeded Geo Menefee at Dr W N Craigs DR W S KLKIN of Atlanta was the guest of Hon H C Warren MR J V ARNOLD orders his paper changed from Grays to Knoxville MlssaH MAIIBAIUJT LEWIS and Mary HiKRini were in Danville Saturday Miss LBUTHBY RUSSELL of Illinois was thoRUWt of lilac Gertrudo Gooch MRS HETTIU W GOOCII of Ix xng ton is vUlting Mm Thomas W Gooch DR W H OHANNON was at Unxl head on profowional builnew Sunday ClIIKP DlSrATCIIKK WRIGHT of Livingston is very ill with stomach trou ble MR G A DI NIIAMOf Wlllinmsburjr WM with his brother Mr W II Den j ham T MR FRED BAUMANN JR of lx ub title Is with Ws jiarunUi hero for a fury t weeks MR J Iii SraiiiilNi of Ixudngton Is her working for Brown Bras 1nurseryMR AND MRS S H MARTIN of uockciuitle aryl with Mr sad Mrs It G Jones MM WILLIAM DOSBVANT of PUU burg was the gullet of her afeter Mrs J H Boone A C HiATTi mayor and chief mor chant of HUM Uockoastlo county was here y tonUy Miss BBUTA JUAN PaNNY of Stanford was tho guest of Miss Cooper tPennyAdvocate MR W s of Crab Orchard attended the burial of Mrs J M Pert kins nt Somerset Sunday J MRS W K SHUGARS went to Bred dead Friday to join her husband who is In the drug business there MRS J G WEATHERFoni and Miss Bcttlo V Logan of Hustonvillc were here a short while Saturday y MK FRANK LEE of Middlosboro gladdened his many friends here by making them n visit of n few enys MR E 0 SINGLETON was operated on for strangulated hernia Saturday night and Is doing ns well as could be t expectedMiss PEARL A IPIII nOl has return cd home after a pleasant visit to friends and relatives In Lancaster Bryants vllle and Marksbury MESSRS A C DUNN and J T Em bry went to london yesterday morning to act as jurors In tho Federal court but Judge Cochran kindly let them off Miss DORA PENCE returned Friday from Springfield Tenn where she had been at tho bedside of her sister Mrs W J Dozier She left her much Im t proved William Dozier Jr returned h with Miss Pence I MESSRS R H BUONAUGII and James F Iloldam of Crab Orchard arc among the racing visitors Mr Bronnuh Is president of the fair assoclatlou In his town and an enthusiastic horseman Mr Holdnm is circuit clerk of Lincoln county Both are stopping at the Le landLexlngton Leader- PROF M 0 WINFREY and wife left this morning to bo gone during the summer ho going to Lexington and Cincinnati and she to Glasgow Mr J B Collier of Lancaster came up last week to neo his son W H Collier who has been at tho Epworth hospital for several weeks suffering from an attack of bilious fever The two left for Lancaster Wednesday morning Mr S W Givens Is the only Middles boro man serving on tho grand jury at term of Circuit CourtMlddlesboro News L THE Stanford Fishing Club was Incor porated at Frankfort Saturday t xc aIQ LOCALS PURE Plymouth Hock eggs 35c for setting of 1C at my home Mrs A D Hoot Stanford FULL line of furniture carpets drug gets rugs lace curtains shades and wall paper Tribble Pence DAM drug Store at Mt Vernon burned causing a 1500 loss partly covered by insurance Friday ingwill be 16 and 25 cents Reserved scats 35c Now on sale at McUoberts drug store Tile L N vin another excur sion to Cincinnati Sunday 150 for StnnfonllatliA PLANTS G00 sweet potato plants for sale Brazilian 20c Southern Queen and Burmudn ICc per hundred W S Wigham Morcland ALL owing or having claims against the firm of J W Wallace are requested to call and settle same with moat J C McClarys olllce A H Wallace 2t I HAVE accepted tho agency for a monument house and will bo glad to figure with those thinking about buying a tombstone or monument J C Me ClaryVANTHDA general blacksmith at once Will pay from 2 to 260 per day for the right kind of a man steady work Apply Immediately to S L Midklff Richmond Ky THERE will be n match game of ball here tomorrow on the Graded School grounds between the S H S and Crab Orchards first team The High School will play at Lancaster Friday next T F ANmiBWS Herbert Spencer Woods Dudley Frank Flaig C F Clark P B Moss nn the Central Uni versity men who will add very much to tho enjoyment of tho entertainment at Waltons Opera House Friday evening next Tim Cumberland Valley Land Co at Its meeting hero Friday turned down an offer of 15 per acre for SOO acres of its holdings The company has alwut 12 000 ncros of coal and timber lands and an advance to lVi per acre has been made on it- iHttstSH Mrs Elizabeth Perkins widow of Dr J M Perkins died at her home at Somerset Saturday aged about SO years Her first husband was Mr William Farris father of Mr H C Farris of this city and she partly raised that gentleman Tie burial oc curred in Somerset at 4 oclock Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs Farris attended tho burial AT tho election held the Graded School Saturday afternoon Dr W B OBnnnon anti Messrs T D Raney and J D Ends were elected trustees to suc ceed Dr L B Cook Mr J N Saun tiers and Col W G Welch the latter deceased The selections are admirable ones Dr Cook George L Penny W 11 Bright nnd J N Saunders were not candidates but received complimentary votes PLEASING E TEIITAINlrMTA large crowd witnessed tho marriage at Wal tons Opera House Friday evening of Miss Lillio Putian cute little Sophia Saunders anti lIon Thomas Thumb manly John Reid McKinney Some 50 little children dressed in costumes In which they will take leading parts in society 10 years hence witnessed the ceremony and played prominent roles on tho happy occasion The maidof honor Joan Ballou and beat mnn Til den Cook Cooper bridesmaids EloIse Bcnzlcy and Katherine Cox minister and wife Willie OBnnnon anti Louisa Lynn and parents grandparents broth ers cousins and aunts qf tho bride and groom nil acted their parts well and made the wedding one of the swellest seen in this section In years Most of the little ladies were dressed en train whllo tho little men wore conventional black suits It was a pretty picture Indeed and the entertainment was one that those in charge had every reason to feel proud of It was given for the benefit of the Presbyterian church and a nice sum was realized The ladies of tho church were assisted in the prepar atory work by Miss Kurd Jacob of Louisville a most excellent young lady who has had considerable experience in giving liliputlan weddings 1l 4 1JEFF AUSTIN of the Mt Salem sec a mad dog with n rock the other tlayt- CuaTAn stretchswings settees Also new line of rugs and druggets just received Tribble Pence Tim L N will sell roundtrip tickets to Louisville May 9th and 10th lim ited 29th at 1J fares account of races DICK HAMPTON has contracted with Phillips Bros for a twostory residence adjoining his mothers home on Logan Avenue Tim John II Raney farm sold by Master Commissioner George B Sauf Icy yesterday was bought by James McKechnle for 29SO The place con tains about 90 acres A GERMAN named Olick whose mInd- s impaired left his home near Otten helm a few days ago and was found near Waynesburg roving around in the woods lie was almost too weak from lack of food to walk when friends found him Tim opening number Friday will be a piano duet Liszts eveningI No 12 by Misses Alllo Virginia Bourne By their artistic interpretation of this beautiful piece those young ladies covered themselves with glory and gold medals attheState Turnament last summer I WILL sell on next county court day Juno 12th in front of tho court house my house and lot formerly owned by W H HIggins on Main Street Stan ford Ky between the hours of 10 and 11 oclock Will first sell the Soft va cant lot next to Mr W P Tate and then 52 feet with house on it reserving 10 feet for a mutual pdssway and then will sell as a whole taking the best bid The whole lot is 112 feet wide and X 0 feet deep J W Hayden Paris Ky DKAF MUTE KILLED James Alvey of Nelson county a student at the Deaf and Dumb Institute Danville fell from tho third story of Dawsons Mill Satur day and was instantly killed lie and n number of schoolmates had come to Hanging Fork to fish and when it be gun to rain they took shelter in the mill and in playing with his comrades Alvey ran into the opening and fell 25 feet to the rocks below Ills skull was crush ed and his body terribly bruised Ills body was taken to his home near Bards town Alvey was n nephew of Ed AI vey of Louisville the wellknown sport Ing man McKiNNEY Three oaths in seven weeks is the distressing record in the family of Mr James B McKinney of McKinney First daughter and sis ter was called hence then tho wife and mother and Saturday morning the husband and father answered to the final summons Mr McKinneys condition had been critical for months and the shock he received when Miss Lucy Mc Kinney died and again when his help- meet of many years wns taken from him but shortened his earthly exist ence Deceased was 59 years old a consistent member of the Presbyterian church and a kind indulgent husband and fnther lie was a good neighbor anti citizen and his death is a blow not only to his kin but to the people of his community who lose In him an upright just man and friend The lots however falls heaviest on the daugh ter who is now the surviving member of a family which only a few months ago knew little or nothing of trouble May a just God help her to bear the burden of the calamities that now fall so rapidly and heavily upon her In the presence of a large crowd of friends all that was mortal of Mr McKinney was taken to tho Hustonvillo cemetery Sun day afternoon and there laid to rest by the side of the wife and daughter so recently buried Dr E M Green a close friend of the deceased made an appropriate talk nt the grave The burial was an exceedingly sad one and there Was scarcely a dry eye at its con elusion In his remarks Dr Green mentioned the fact that flowers on one grave had barely withered and on the other were not dead while yet a third grave was hidden from view by beautiful flowers just gathered His refer once to Mr McKinney who was a great friend and admirer of Dr Green was exceedingly kind and pathetic while that to the survivipg member of the family upon which deaths hand has fallen so heavily Was touching and beautiful 3 it SPECIAL sale on Glassware this week PiJonesDIG FtslrIlennry stercaught a 19pound carp out of Dix river the othI er night HENRY ALCORN was fined 9S for striking America Shropshire also col ored INVITATIONS have been issued to meet Prof and Mrs J L Bosley at High School Hall May 19 at 8 P M WANTEDAt oagood settled white woman of experience to cook wash and iron for one person Address with references Mrs J B Jones Box 73 Crab Orchard Ky 3t AnouT gal the work done in county court yesterday was theI probating of A G Chrismans It asks that Dr Ed Alcorn bo executor and leaves the property to the widow and childrenE- XAMINATIONS for white teachers will be held the third Friday and Saturday in May June July and August for colored teachers tho 4th Friday and Saturday in the above months Supt Singleton informs us MRS WALTER DENIIAM will repre sent Mrs A B Robertsons elocution class at Waltons Opera House Friday evening next Mrs Denham is peculiarly fitted In giving Negro dialect and her number will be very entertaining FOR RENT Home on Logan Avenue vacated by S R Cook Good garden partly planted outhouses cistern and hydrant number of fruit trees and a most desirable home In every way For further particulars see Dr J F Pey ton TilE themeBaptist church conducted by Rev Dorgan of Danville and the pastor Rev Huey closed last night when nine were baptized There were a dozen additions in all Rev Dorgan deeply impressed our people ns not only an able expounder of gospel truths but as a consecrated Christian Lumber and Shingles PopLiarCarter sex mlloN from Mtnnfonl on poimTMt rIb FOR SALE I Klctityono noreM 10 uilles of Htanford Ky houd iMirn four nxlnl cottape two porch ot her out lull lol n piiruiinliiKvprtnR pIke gcex through thf center of farm IlMi takN It inehnlf cabluduncetoult pur cliiiner Want all the tlmlxT and coal land I Cllltlt jKhKB lt MIKKSIlt Franklin lluIIdlliK Knoxvllle Tenn J S Murphy Son Hedgevillc Kentucky Invite you to Intiwct their tock of good and et their prices They want hare of ol1r and get It If goal flivrrlhrxxlvut NOTICE I Htuiifonl Ky May To Hon Jiimen 1 iliilloy County Judge of Lincoln County Ky and Icon Harvey Helm County Attorney You lire herthy notified Hint I will nt th- eJltaeeslonof tho prUon commU lonor of Kentucky npply to raid commissioners to pant me n puroll for the onvnto of ohm for which I nun cell Yleled lit the Iebruary teen of the Lincoln circuit court XACII STUART FRUITS SHADE TREES ETC Mr J H n formerly of Lincoln county will callow the hirnur nml cltUona Kiiunilly with full lino of nrttclam fruit orimmiiitnl and thiiilo tree The firm of llrown DrosCo of Itocliwtrr N Y nrti tine recognized lender In thin line In tills coun try Alt stock iilwoliittly true to name sad guaranteed liy u mull capital of over tlaul UI with H acres imUer nctunl numery cultivation live him n trial Ho will Iw In Itoylo fnrnml MiulSon nml Lincoln iliirliiR the following few weeks McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Kentucky Mnmifnctureri of Jcatih Lliuey Klniliu1 lllnnkitH and Yarn Heml your wool Wo IlIku wool in exchange for work allowing the market Price thrnctlon Rimraiiteitl Call or write for prices and Information Agents wanted PEYTON My flue sack Icyton Mxyenmold will teaKon of nt my vtnlilo at foreland K to Insure n living colt IVytonH wits are and lino Mild Inkt yinrH crop of colts nt 175 round Four of hh colts nro on my tarn whtcll will 1pnk for theiimelvei and cnn peen at any finelacklBLACKlIIAWK ycarroldpllat 183 Inches high He will serve a nmnlierof mares nt15 to Iniuren living colt Money due when colt U foaled or imiro trnded or pnrted with Not reipontlble for accidentsorescnpesB KINO Moreland Ky I e c oif I Modern Clothes They Bear the EarMarks of Style For Your Next i Suit Try tliCUfiniNS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky U hhh h To The Buying n PublicIi We have bought out the stock of Grocer ies Hardware Queensware Etc of John Bright Jr Co and now are in charge of 1 the stock they formerly ran We ask a share of your patronage promising good goods at low prices square dealing and courteous treatment Try us on an order and we will endeavor to make you call again P G WARNER SONTerms Strictly Cash ICE Picks Water Coolers Cream Freezers Cold Refrigerators CEO H FARRIS STANFORDu W B McRoberts ilIDRUGGIST Sells Kurfees Ready Mixed Paints Everv gallon Guaranteed There is none better New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lead and Linseed Oil Also A Tested and Sure Bed Bug DestroyeraG I 1 Ijj Ifah 1l i 1 The Interior Journal Entered in the PoitOjfiet at Stanford a ttconddatt matter FOR SALE I Eight hunJrf acres of II fine tend at you will fin In Central Kentucky with twenty thousand Jolus worth of brick building on Ian running water on free pike close to this only fso an acre W II BUKELEY Bowling Green Ky For Sale Privately house and 10 acres of land tltuai l just outside of town limits on the Bomerset pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and ler rants room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard one for J P DAI- LEYNOTICE You should see us before let out your houses carriage and roof painting Paper hanging a We have ot paper from three leadlnghouses of the woi can sell you wall tban you cantealIt Eetimatee turolsbed one- pllcatlon All work BEUIBX A Co Somerset street INSURANCEWlmlHlonn IIf nlldFire Mehtnlnir the HTItO = llI T nt- BEH7louputntealtepresentvh Lowest It slhle Hates PuylngilU ordUuoqunlled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky ltt std act Phone No Si R A JONES Dentist STANFORD KENTUCi i Office iu Myers House ParlorIPhono No 1 J IProprietors LIVERY flND FEED STflBL Stanford Kv Oood Livery Service at Reasonable Rate Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOHD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is toUched Honeli on commission Stock Pens In Connection Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy ready made clothing when there Is so little dflercnce in tho price 01 JSbigh grade ready mado auits nod a sul made to jour measure taken by an ex icrlenced tailor I have a handsome line of Spring good I can make from a low price business suit to the finest diet suit Also Spring overcoats and troua ers The company I leprrsentU one of the best I also have a line goods I make up myself for those who preler it H C RUPLEY the Tailor Season Specialtie ricreen doors window screen nnd screen inn slue Kluino Wlekles Oil Moves IJiC Ourtnln Hluicles Poles Extension Hmck Mnttltms lortlerrOnrtnhititretchrrsCuriwtNtrelchere Hcrul Ilrmlics to remove by Necttatl itulldtn Piiper lloor- oVIndowewnll PtINr Iulllt Ynrnhh Htaln mid nlllllJ Plclures 1rn11uvl MoulilliiB Mats Ohrs Bungles New am Old KurnUure onto and we If you cm name we do nut keep Oootl 11 v try lItI of horses and buRKle and reed Kxcellent unilertiiklne equipment Pruitt BrothersMorelund Ky INABOTH JR Nitlwth Jr U n tionutUut dnrk hay with heavy inane uud tall with com lour plenty of style nnd llnlidi and huts extreme high no tlon and If worked would step fust as old Nnlothlds sire lie N over III hunch high wolRin unit e oldtde- 3lny He U livliluwellknownNnlathwho- wile aired by wiilmiiRhiim sire of 21711 Hii many In the list Will HlnKliiiin NabOthM u non of George WllkeH Klrnt don Pitied by Messeniier Duroc sou of lliimbletonliin nnd sin o- f1Inlnethe dam of Norlalne Irllllil record fell IX Nalioth Jru llmt thorn by MexHeiiKer rOhiefJr2Odbill bvOrlt DiivU lit will tnnku the HtnllfOrdllit living colt Money due when Colt or mare iilirted with Maren tnuled orremoved from forfeit the Insurance and the- nioueyladut Ilen retained on colts until paidNalxitli niHldere l by the Nlt horsemen to txi the lR nt horse In Kentucky to breed for hlllhII1I liarneKt horses Hie him lie ore you breed J It PROSPECT 2087 DESCKIPTION loalcd April 28 zoo 16 hands high solid bay with white feet be hind a model in form with superior style a show horse second to none either in harness or under saddle PBDIORBB Sired by Dignity Dare 1982 beby Chester Dare he by flack Squirrel he by Black Eagle he by King William Dignity Dares ist dam Lizzie Mont by Welchraont he by William Welch he by Rysdicks Hambletonian Prospects tat dam Dora Deane 2740 by On Time ne by Stonewall Jackson Sr and dam by Joe Abdallah he by Abdallah Glencoe 3rd dam by Funks Sumpter Denmark jIb dam by Black Hawk Morgan jth dam by Ol iver he by Wagner Oth dam by Imp Messenger Will serve a limited number ot mares thepresent season at 8tj to in due when colt issure a live colt Money foaled or mare traded or parted with Mares grazed at 12 per month all bills paid before removal of escapesTreesible for accidents or miles from Shelby City on the Hustonville a pikeCARPENTER SANDIDGE For Rent or Lease A spleodMi large dry Roods storeroom and a large warehouse attached recently occupied by Levy Brna Stanford Ky Ap ply for particulars to J D or to The Lincoln County NatlonarBank- J B OWSLEY Stanford Ky E D Peyton DEALER IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over Mclloberto Drug Store in the Owsley Building DaJl Traglor t DIALK in Wlilsku Brandy Wines Beer GlQars Etc KYOlosePrompt and polite attention Nothing but the tea 0 drink Mill phone cr telegraph orders receive irompt attention Y RESTORATIVES CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY The world ttdIDthy men wooers ItroIIIt In phldn mntll and nerve fern men of ambition nm and tnehoa6TOH an mental flwnYParree Calm Nirvi DUIIII ralllnt Mmrr Viui wiK tie Pritrlln SIepKlinoi nllolbn trouhltdti rttOIo perptdwitbagearenderrcrren MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO US FOR SALE AT rcravs onco STOnE J L Beazley Co UmlcrtaKers and Embalm ers Also Dealers iu Fur uiture MattiugsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all I iuds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY ie MceAary Undertaker Embalmer nnd Dealer in HarnessSaddlery c STANFORD KENTUCKY J K BAUGHMANSNABOTH Ity Naboth bay three yeers old and Ii much Oner horse than his sire so well known In this part of the State as a breeder of speed style and durability Dam Nora Nor val bv Noval 2iH3i a son of Electioneer its Nora Norvuls drat dam by Metropoli tan son of Hambletonlan 10 sire of George Wilkes and Electioneer 2d dam by Mambrl no Starlight 3rd dam by Oliver 4th dam by Wsgner Sth dam by Imp Trnnby 6th dam by Thorntons Rattler A splendid Individ ual with a pedigree as fine as any hors- esHUMMERJR Hay stallion 15 Ji hands u good Individual with abundant speed He Is by Hummer 81 sire of Ilouncer 300 Stately 2ill Spat peen 2il2X Quickly 214X Mountaineer 215 Speedon 2119161n 2130 Hummer 01 12 Is a son of the renowned Electioneer and save one Is the only son of llvlngthat Isoutot a George ElectioneerI and with the exception of Arlon son standing In Kentucky that has a 209 performer to his Jrs dam the great Lord Russell dam Qodlvn by Auditor 7- 73HAPSBURG 509 Great coach stallion 101 hands high by Imp Oosterund out of a mare by Wonder fog one wishing avery high bred couch horse tobreed on standard bran mares for getting style speed and action should tee this hor- seJESSE ALVERSON Shetland Pony Fine Individual good breeder style and action All of these horses will stand at liD to In sure a living colt NAPOLEONWill also stand my Jack Napoleon at 110 to Insure mares and 110 by the season from April 1 to July 1 for jennets Mares grazed at f2 per which In all cases mutt be before they are removed Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should ny ooctJr llAUOUMAN Hustonvllle Ky r FARMERS DEPARTMENT J T Roberts sold a horse here yesterday for 75 Will Chancellor sold to H A Hudson a horse for 125 Six months old steer for sale Fat W A Fowle Rowland J C McClary sold to Southern parties a sorrel gelding for 150 FOR SALE Millet seed and sows with young pigs J B Foster John Lynn sold to Roberts Huguele a four yearold mare for 140 Mrs E H Myer of Boyle sold 116 dozen eggs in March and 1CS dozen jn- AprilLutes Co have bought 25000 to- 35000 pounds of wool this season at 23- to planter in Oglethorpo count Ga sold his seasons cotton crop for 72000 FOR SALE First class Register Poland China boar R H Crow She by City 4t Ashby Simpson a Danville Negro drank 15 bottles of pop in 17 minutes betI sold to Webb and Martin 20 held of 1300 Ib cattle at Cl Danville News T J Curtis sold to James Russell of Tennessee n pair of three carold mules for 450 Richmond Register FOR SALE50 high grade yearlir and two year old steers Wilt divide to suit purchaser A W Carpenter Moreland Ky 4t Wm A H Bass of London nephew and heir of Lord Burton has purchase C D Roses stallion Cyllone for 150 000 Cyllcne is the siro of the year Derby favorite Cicero Mr IInss gave 125000 for R S Sievers Scopti in 1903 An effort is to be made to reorgani the Burley Tobacct Growers Msocit lion along entirely new lives at tho- meeting to be held in Cincinnati on May 10 The new plan is to form cour ty organizations with a capital stock ot 50000 each in all the burleygrowin ounties Fire destroyed 25 stables at the St Louis Fair Association race track arid resulted in the death of 12 or more horses The principal loser is Fran eying of St Louis whose entire string with the exception of Floral Wreath was destroyed Other owners who lost me or more horses each are Mrs Lind ay of St Louis Joseph Kern of St- Louis T H Gebhardt of St Ixnii tad Tom A Gay of Texas IClean House Today Dont watt till tomorrow but cleat louse today with Dr Caldwolls laxative Syrup Pepsin Of course we mean your house of flesh and bone your body This is the best house yo own and should get the most cart Yet most people neglect It in a dread fut manner As a result stomach Ilvor and bowul soon get out of order and cause great paiif distress nnd dangerous Internal diseases Thconlj snCe sure cute Is Dr Cnlclwells Syr up Pepsin It clears out all causes of ckncss cures constipation and hull estion cleans house and makes you woU Try It Sold by G L Penny nt- 5ic and t 1 Money back If It falls 00IN remitting another years subscription to the I J our old friend Me fheat formerly of Casey but now n thriving merchant of Valley View Texas says Extend the life policy of my paper for another year I say ny paper because I claim any things mine that is always full of demo crotic principles like the old I J The longer I live the better I love my old party and I do hope the grand old clem ocrotlc party in Kentucky will stand igether and never be divided among lemselves again Stand on Kentuckys motto United we stand divided we fall IHow to Ward Off Old Age Tho most successful way t f warding oil tho approach of old ago is to main taln a vigorous digestion This cnn- be dono by eating only food suited to our ago and occupation anti when un disorder of tho stomach appears tnke a dose of Chamberlains Stomach nnll Liver Tablets to correct It If ou Jiavo u weak stomach or ore troubled with indigestion you will find these Tablets to just what you need- Por sale by Lyne Bro Crab Orchard Ky Homeseekers excursion to Michigan via Queen Crescent Route Tickets on sale May 2nd and 16th at greatly reducel rates to AuSablo Beaverton Branch Brethren Cadillac Gladwin Kalevn Manistee Merritt Lewiston and St Helens pickets arc limited 15 days from the date of sale Ask agents for particulars or write E N Aikcn T P A Lexington Ky or W C nearson G P A Cincinnati 0 The oldest working clock in Great Britian is that of Peterborough cathedral which dates from 1320 and iscon- ceded to have been made by a monastic clockmaker It is the only one now known that is wound up over an old wooden wheel While a bilious attack Is decidedly pleasant It Is quickly over whoa Chamberlains Stomach and Liver lablets aro used For sale by Lyne Oro1Crab Orchard Ky r i T sC Wri Why Suffer From Rheumatism Why sutfer from rheumatism hln ono application of Chamberlain Pain Halm will relievo the pain TI6 quick relief which this liniment nf fords makes rest and sleep posslbl and that alone Is worth inany times Its cost Many who have used It hopii only for a short relief from sutTcrir have been happily surprised to that after awhile tho relief beeati permanent Mrs V 11 Leggett of Yum Yum Tennessee U S A writes I am a great sufferer from rheumatism all over from head to foot and Chamberlains Pain l1ahn U the only thing that will relieve the pain1 For sale by Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Ky Fire at St Joseph Mo destroyi property worth n half milllon dollun Who is the most successful womi writer of fiction asked the teacher of literatureAnd hesitation the boy who father is a banker answered Mrs Chadwick Cleaned Out When a deep collar bocomos tllell with heavy poisonous air It Is nov safe to go into It until it has becJt cleaned out When your body bn8 been poisoned with tho foul ro lduat oC mtlliostod food it Is just as nlCtJ8ary to cluan It out To do this pleasant and safely take Dr Cnhlvulls lax Ive Syrup Pepsin It Is a puro seta Iflc preparation which hits no quulln the cure of constipation hotulach illlouMios nnd stomach trouble Sold y G L Penny at COc and 81 Mono bark If it falls The Black HilU of South Dakota are covered with from four to six feet of snowIl iwain la tor Ihtfur eels Irtevfiir tu II pcrkit JlHirltx Cools fHriu four tulle trom Uuifonl WOOD WILKES Trial llwonl oTr Pmb Orrhitnl iiillwlnjt- hlrttl tllKI11 liy Urintr Wllkra he by I tty Iwr WllkM be by HyMllqfcs Itnuibk tnnltUiIO Wood 1Vllkc lot dales KM hiIInwl1late liy Alinoni oh Wt AIImont tint dun Todbwntrrlr Mmttlirlno 1 inmbrlni rhtrf U led Uim by Mrtntrn Itoniimrk Will make tn iwiil nn1iuy pbiw on hotuorwt mllmi tron- lIIbtnfunl1 IK to Incur Nilthtlt eolt Welt1 IVIIkculiiH Mining drMroll luu RI al1ThI1Uen talll1 on rolls till whom rwkl liar tradnl or sold forfeits ItKuriiiKw sit inikM 11ltlIeythee Marts frtitvd J 1I l r iiHinth Cttrv Inkrtt to tn tvnt itch knlM bat tot rvt iioiiMlilf should occur WII1TK HUtnfonl Ky JAKE PMllBrtfOf thf HtiilllonliiUijOwi l hyJ t Wrlalit of lliKtotivllli Ky Itmoklnnl ti by Metropolitan lCtnn l In llninlilftonliiii IIU llrl ttidamMomIllotMliihlirnu Jnkfji Jot pr feet wiclilln mid roMil noire lltr lot until h Itlllv Ill rill or hint he y HniiHln Mm roger and hr by Iliiinblctoiilnil in nod hrlr imtriirtM Juki trntv IK you will arr hy liU HHllKrvf tMifk turret to llnmblftoti Iron iMitli cir and don Joke will nmki till North 11ustotN Illeonthelhuntlf1ike lkrutN- pn to Irma n llrliiit rolt fir hnv till nod rolls front uckllnu to 1uloI141 Ihnt will tnki plmaiire In showing any lit notluv run JmlK fur tlifinwlvw how tilt hori brfMls HENRY CLAY Hiiiry tiny aired by Illiirk Cloml nod yb Vin llurkin notitl Jmk Toni Keue- ill miikr the Rwitoii on smiif tcriiu tito In unlIIliving roll J AWUKIHT- lluntonvlllv Ky Kentucky Squirrel Itisl leas otiilllon with one white foot full III hands high was ulretl liy Wcxxl squirrel ittilt mby1heKiugit win of Mllver 111- lOll of On Time allnnt liy the famous lnli llit Uxlnvton Wood Higtilrnl wan sired h JIItk WiulrrI liliim liydllt ldiiin etlalii of Knule lllnl liy Htar thug t- IIt win of IulilHir lr xlneton Kentucky julrrel hits nx much style and wtddle itetlon liorM llvlnir unit his liri lliiK Hilt Ktv No utalllon In Kenttuky hits n riind r array of itreat stullloiu In inakinpol hl iMillune Kentucky H Hlrrel will serve Illllr11 at tltI to IIIlira n llvlim toIL Trndlnij tI Ie mare forfeits tin liuuriinot No rtIIKIII blllty fur nccideht King NapoleonIil- nckJucki5i linnils hluh labs shed TurkliiKtons Nn oleoii lliluni bv Illnuk nwk who wits u Minor HtlidilrnflitlN hI by Pgrrr lilnek IIiiwkui don 7Ov Will hl oWIIr lIt lit 1011llIro1lIhlnleultrlld IIIIt the flay forfeit th liKiirtinwe No re unsllilllty for nvvhlents K r WlXHtH HtnnfonlKr Red 83 nd 32278 19112 Ti h n boy liorwi jolt livi In hlel UiniintiiUhliih nu Hlml l iy llisl Wllkus ITiit runt IItrutterinudlientersdn11woiC65- 2JIII W pnMliivliiit lrN Hire Ilkin 11 ll Wllko S9 111 Ithur 129r1I Illiuulio Ixiulw SilnDoUR Wllkin 111 ls Iteil HtiirSilJ ll Hiitnt of Wiilmit SIK 14 Klninnoiul tICK MolKl Xslii lllot iliiiiiKiiiiiiUM liiniof Aithliurlotl IIJI- HI lldiiil t1 2F l y Miiinlirlno hy Mil I islnof 1ain2IJl1niioftIlerlolt5xtll A died 212 ilmn lllnlColiiiiaiiliy Muni IIrlllt sure of Hilly Boy Srtj hi ni of TOOl limn Iltl M ilmn Nilly Ior- Ion hv Dntco llrt sin of Drnro 1rlntv It111 hut tlrhe 22S 11 Dill w2 II slit tuts 01 11111tJI ill dam livCiiiniitit Whalilioiio lard lionil U lintl like till two urintot air Allcrtou lid Axtill nil three- thcnllahlgbythesohanftllrul iitut ito ii kewu11d out of of IIn 121 Hi him the sheet rt1I- 111IIttIII111 K tint only u in rfeit IrulltrI- Il1t n ctxiih homo tlmt ran win In nn lame huw liit Now York Ilorsn Hhnw in 111- ItI11Ir ho won In every Iliu Je ithown uI1 Mini of the nriuiilt t hnw- hur fMtvtr In MiiillMin Hiinrc ll tl lionil not only u very horM hut U it truttrIIIIII without iKMitiior weights iSV think In Ilftl Blind wr linve tilt of tht IInIIItt Ktiilllons In Auicrlcu to sire SIKTI big Ktopplni conch hun fs Ills colt U that of n lrtVhus DWhor for Mn ll on Hiiuwy Innlun I1 horse of it uront Tiiiisli 11- 11I1IIItlllllIIIIIIIIKIIII Is tin popiilnr horse of saathlll Unit U j Thu loii llni huniiiiifii of tho country thlllk- thl horse U the Inlit hlgllKtoppliiK stnlllon oWIIlln the Htnto null with hU breeding 01I1 Still ko n great sire VIII tiiiiku the KKiiHon of lira lit Monnhtii sill near Diinvlllu nt IJ3 to limnrtiu IhllIlI- eoll or tS to Inmiru it llvlim colt when threw or more innrfls lire bred A K HUNWKV rniuvllle Ky t a 4 THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINT IMADETO PAINT BUILDINGS WITH COVERS MOST WEARS LONGEST For Sole by DR W N CRItIC Druafjlat Slnnforil Ky I Oeo WH you nsk I Weve Hired UncleSam cent SItU sad Infettmrnt Iwtur GArrrn apwlsioactiag of luetTs at X10and 15I oldMt In 1410- TkrueYteklt YKAHK weetiC1OT111 HATH HfKNfSH lortvtry UXVKKKSnn goods NtfIHCT AI1k0fAL- ettvlelooforallhsellrreourequest Le- tUbearhumyU LEVYSMark- etLOUISVILLE Gibralter Rockcastle Financial Institut- ionsCITIZENS CountyI KYIOF BRODHEAD OfFera People IAlCOIlUtsIndividual Firms and Corporations Solicited your business and guarantee jilciuant and profitable relation Pay 3 cent interest tlcpoMtH 3100 more and checked jwriwl months HUTCHESON Cashier First National Bank Stanford Capital Stock 50000 Institution originally established as Deposit Hank of Stanford In reorganized National of Stanford In again reorganized as National nark of Stanford In having practically unlnter rupteJ existence 43 years It Is better supplied faculties ooslncss promptly ever before In long honorable Accounts Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited CAPITAL Directors J B Iazton J B n Shanks W 0 Walker W Carter J II Foster L 0 Gooch W II Uumtnlni W M Bright U L Hubble to Austin sheers section iiinunil isirenU prices nmktiii wagon buggy pitunit troiuiEo SHOW Kynli through transact Owslst Tliry black Thibet dres- swst and Umy tiMiuitrrs and UontcU light mxHuiu Uilc Jttt for Istwsas NT1ilU suS thanwhly urtodatr MyV- Vh askou and tee Mwple anti ntroure- bUsiks Mylng row Tills TlU8 ouea rarintdline the Sowih OWN Ixiiulinv hire buol Mnon the and INGS ant boys slloKH Uudr rAY tad Third and The of the t8 Give we per on nil of jleft tho hank not upon of six J W Shanks Of Kra This the then the Bank 1685 and the First 1692 bad for now with for ing well than career of Successors The Partners Hank Company and under same management continuously for 36 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations wilt prove mutually beneficial Notice The Public lilt Olin of the Isst liorsn In thlll with I will do 1luhlI horse Nhoehng iinli I fnncy liomtHiiovliiKiit rviisoiinlilo I wcliilty of tutu and and can work mud tIt I it shorn oT your InI J flrcer Honursut Ht tong Ky- a I As our to sn l our i as us It than a ru flt Kond Title It Spring Suits are for In Dj i Mmi Thtj are of w uaitr Iu t we to da Is to oak ad In Ilft w ihr hourc In our We tor nt done BAMK to for mm and all TO t a II us a or in f was lets as an and Its tLk write tor to A Trust I U for MW Wt to Officers J HOOKER ST HAHIIIS V PreIJ J MCKOIIKHT3 ObrIW IL WKAUENAMt Ohri Directors lSJ B Hocks Stanford McKinneySt S H nauchman tltantordIT P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble 1 II Ilaucuman Stanford J M 1ettui Stanford OR Tate Stanford I LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANKtSTOCK 0OOOO t I Officers S H SHANKS J B JflVicevr nitioiiT Ohler WiOWALKKU Asst Oashn DIXIE Tht lino midland will inn flit Hciison nt niy placu near cy tunswell iitistolnmirtuillvIiiKrolt Iu is nlHiut li hands hlKhA halt lltihll shot tid pony mid a t Indlvldunl Ouru token to prevent iiroldoiits hut not rosponslhlu Hliould tiny occur Mures Rrnml at roimnnnlilti rotes OHAHhlK NUNNKMKV TnrnofHVllle Ky