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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j l r tc iqYwpt7i7 rrr ar NcfojI r r t I 1 Y tI j 1 l wlTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL rr VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 12 1905 NO 21I MIDDLEBURG A largo crowd of young folks attend ed the old folks sinning at Bruce Chapel Suhdoy There won tin oyster and Ice cream upper given to the pupils at the Col legs Friday night There was a latg e crowd present and all report a oodI time I Farmers are very busy preparing ground and planting corn They are a little late on account of rains Most of the gardens are looking fine for this J time of year Bro Tilford has moved Into his new house Bob Cpwan moved to Somerset Friday and Willie McIntosh kill novo to Mr Cowana house Bro Murrill t and wife of Lebanon were visiting Jeff Godbey and wife Mr and Mrs Joe Williams were visiting relatives this week Dr Isaiah WeslOy anti Jason Wesley pf Liberty were visiting Dr Wonjey Tuesday Clarence Coleman of Bunislde was visiting relatives here Mrs Mattie V Carter of Shelby City who Iran been visiting relatives here returned home Monday Enoch Wesley and family were visiting relatives on Ilolllng Fork this week Clarence Lucas has return ed home from Indiana where he has been the past month Mrs Sarah lint ter of Iollyton was visiting friends here Saturday and Sunday GOSHRN Jessie Broedlovc son or Mr and Mrs John Breedlove who had been confined to his tied for over two months breathed his last on SundayI morging Although his death expected for some time it came as u shock to his relatives and friends ConI stant medical attention and nursing were of no avail He never wanted fur anything that loving hands could do for him All who knew him loved him lie was a favorite with all hU teachers and playmates lie Was laid to rest in Goshen cJimctery Mon day In the presence of attarge number V of friends und sorrowing relatives 11I teacher with all her pupils attended interment and when the snow hlteI casket which held all that was of dear Jessie was hidden from IewI there was scarcely a dry eye Being only 15 years old life seemed full of y promise and we cant see why he was taken But God knoweth why We wlah to say to the brokenhearted lather and mother that It wont be long unI til you will meet your dear son In the better land where parting Is no more OTTENHEIM Sunday school was organized at Sugar Grove Sunday Mike Long and James Chandler are preparing to put In a tobacco crop l Mrs S M Chandler has been visiting her parents nt Cooks Springs W SL CRandler returned home from Sons l erset SaturdyISome of the boys In this vicinity are l interested In ginseng and arc setting out a crop of it Wm Anderson bought n work horso from James Rambo of el Maywood for bi- Skelton Coleman who hAs been quite t feeble for some time M still confined to his room Miss Maud Bowen of Wil more Is at homo with her parents C H Kerr and Ulchinl Chandler of Row land and their heat girls spent Sunday in Crab Orchard John Bowen is toss ing his hat in the Air over the arrival V of a fine toy at his house I Chamberlains Cough Remedy j the Very Best I htivi been using Cliumlwrliilns Cough Remedy and want to say It Is the bait cough tnedlolno I have ever taken II says Ceo L Chubb a intr l lchant of Ilnrlan Mich There U no question about Its being the bust us It j will euro u cough or cold In less time than any other treatment It should always be kept in tho house ready for instant use for a cold uuu be cured In much less time when promptly treated For sale by Lyno BIOs Crab Oreh ard Ky- There Is a storekeeper In Kansas 1 City who although ho doesnt know It It losing trade through the presence of a wax figure of a woman in his show window Tho woman is comely and she dis plays dresses very well but she is crosseyed Ill bet Ive heard 20 f women talking about the crosseyed fig 1 ure said a policeman who walks a beat near the store yesterday Some l of them arc superstitious thine refuse to buy nt store They tho cross woman will give them bad luckKansas City Times I I r Cleared for Action When the body is clearest for action by Dr Kings New Life PUb you can i tall it by bloom of health on the cheeks the brightness of tho eell the J firmness of the flesh and muscles tho buoyancy of the mind Try them At G L Penny Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard drug stores p Cecil Pence Police Court Judge or Covington Ky committed suicide t a a K PREACHERSVILLE John Pcpples caught two blue catfish which weighed 1C pounds each Mrs J M Cress sold 28 worth of Leghorn eggs for hatching during tho last month Mrs Henry Blankenship has been suffering from a painful felon Mrs N J Horton Is critically ill Mrs F F Cummins has been quite sick One of our young men has been working for the preacher the last week and we opine that It will not bo long before the preacher Is working for him in a certain way- While Phil Thompson was crossing a goosegap the other day he fell off and lost his tine gold watch After it had stayed in the river from 10 A until C r at he found It It had run two hours underwater Rev W M Hutchlnv of this place preached at Ephcsus Baptist church the first Sunday In this month and he lIaYIII that they have made arrangements for memorial services the fourth Sunday in this month The services will begin at 10AM Everybody invltvd J M Cress sold to W H Brown 30 rat hogs at JJc Phil Thomjtton sold uI sow and pigs to Mr Willis forlG Wal ter Pnttus sold a horse to Capt Elkin for 130 J M Cress taught BO barrels of corn from David Thompson Sr nt2BOat the crib J P Rodgers bought a nice span of mules of J M Gooch of Wnynosburg for n fancy price nail a maro from Rev A C Baird for 100 J H Thompson bought sow and pigs tram Henry Itedd lort 10Miss Mary Thompson has been visit- Ing her brother J H Thompson Samp Cummins visited his aunt Mrs Pheri go at Nicholasville J H Hutchlns has returned from Jcllico Mrs Bettie Mahan of Lancaster visited at J F Paynes Mrs Eva Gray and children ofIjobanon Junction visited her fath er W P Dlshon C H King and Er nest Poppies were with L C King at Hubble James Curtis and wife Sam Ballard and family were at B T IunsI fords Mrs Eliza Tudor and son were guests at W H CumminsI POLITICAL Former State Senator S Wortham of Leitchfield has concluded to make tho race for Congress in the Fourth districtA of men were injured two perhaps fatally in a riot following a hotly contested Hepublican primary atIClinton Ind The democratic executive committee of Calloway county has called a prima ry election for July 29 next to nomi nate candidates for representative and sheriff the regular nominees for these otllces having dilCItThe President was guest night of the Iroquois Club the leading Democratic organization of Chicago James Hamilton Lewis acted as toast master Mayor Dunne sat at the Presi lents table The Presidents address was applauded throughout Senator Warner of Missouri sasIhis election cost him but 2980 now Senator frazier of Tennessee files a hill showing that his election cot him but 1150 How much would Senator Blackburn and Judge Paynter give to know the combination by which the trick can bo worked so cheaply Frankfort Journal The democratic State Central Com mittee in session at Frankfort liP pointed aStute Campaign Committee with Judge John M Lusslng as chair man advised a primary in all the coun ties of the 12th Senatorial district adopted a new rule that the rotation system of nominations be used only when there is unanimous consent and approved lists of committeemen for the ctiy of Covington and the county of Kenton Secretary Taft in an address at thu banquet to tho International Railway Congress In Washington surprised the assembled magnates by entering upon a vigorous discussion of the rallrftul rate question Mr Taft declared that rate legislation must come and that if railroad men were wise they would ail it and not hinder It Styvesant Fish president of the Illinois Central Rail road Company took issue with the Secretary rand a lively debate followed A Good Suggestion Mr C A Wnlnwrlght of Lemon City Flu has written the manufac turers that much better results arc ob tained from tine line of Chutnberlalnfl Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in cases of pains In tho stomach colic und cholera morbus by taking it In water as hot us can bo drank That when taken In this way tho effect Is doublet In rapiditylilt seems to get at the right spot instantly ho says For Halo by Lyno Bros Crab Orch ard KyV ITho Secretary of War has appointed u board of five army officers to investi gate and report on the question of the canalization of the Ohio river I NEWS NOTES Serious earthquake shocks were felt in MexicoJohn of Fairfield Ind was killed by lightning All grades of refined sugar were reduced 30 cents a hundred pounds Chinese merchants of New York are to form a commercial club of their ownGen Algernon S Badger United States Appraiser for New Orleans is deadMelvin Shearer formerly of Lexington Ky was killed by a train at FordJohn Drew has been elected president of the Players Club to succeed the late Joseph Jefferson The cadet mess hall nt the Virginia Military Itbtitute at Lexington Va was destroyed by fire Thirty persons were injured in a headon collision between two trolley earn onStaten Island John W Campbell of Maysville has become a raving mnnlac by the execs sire Use of cigarettes Hubert C Beseler no ted as an organ and finished interpreter of church music died in Chicago Wallace H Hills chief clerk of the Treasury Department at Washington died at Carizozo N M Time 30th biennial convention of the Order of Railway Conductors is in session at Portland Oregon It is said that the gold output Alnskyncl the Northwest Territory year be enormous Tom Ray n Negro was shot and kill ed at Nashville by Policeman J K Bradford while resisting arrest At Traverse City Mich Brandson Gardner 05 years old shot and killed his wife five years his junior and com mitted suicide The number of miles of railway now under construction in this country is lOTOO of which 777G lain the South and 2TM in the north It is estimated that Andrew Carnegie so for given 135852000 and ihere has never been n suspicion that his hands were unclean The Carnegie fund of 10000000 to establish a retiring pension fund for college teachers has been incorporated under the laws of New York James Creach alias Hussell was found guilty of murder in the first degree In Covington forcutting his wifes throat at Latonia lost March Mrs Benjamin Strong Jr wife of secretary of the Bankers Trust Company of New York City cqm mitud suicide at Englewood N J The application of L O Cox and oth ors to organize the Bowling Green Na Lions Bank with n capital stock of 100000 has been approved by the treasury department Every week the Canal Commission imparts no less than 200 tons of insect powder and 200 tons of sulphur bars nto Panama These are used to ex terminate Ihc mosquitoes George H Wright for whoso capture there is a reward of 5000 for killing three men at Provo Utah has been ar rested at Williamson W Va after a IJudge a nearing of the question of removal of the case of Caleb Powers from the Circuit Court of Scott county to the United States Circuit Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky The Supreme Court of Kansas decides that whisky is not property in the usual acceptation of that term Justice Burch declaring that in depriving a citizen the rights under the 14th amendment of the United States Constitution are not curtailed- A tornado which struck Marquette Kits Monday night wrecked a part of the town killed 29 people and injured 42 others in live minutes Two churches were completely demolished The storm originated few miles from the town and followed a heavy rain The fire volume of the annual re port of the Kentucky Insurance De partmentshows that the risks written in the State during the year amounted to 220293088 The premiums reported on Kentucky business amounted to 1 64153329 The losses paid out are siren as 191903998 During the year tho department collected Into the treasury 22034555 Saved by Dynamite Sometimes a flaming city Is saved by dynamiting a space that the file cant cross Sometimes a cough hangs on so long you ftel as If nothing but dy namite would curt It L T Gray of Calhoun Ga wlllesIM wife had a very aggravated cough which kept her awake nl 11th1wo physicians could not help her so she took Dr Kings New Dlmwery for consump tion coughs and colds which eased her cough gave hoc sleep and finally cured her Strictly scientific cure for bronchitis and La Grippe At G L Penny Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard drug stores price 50e and fl guaranteed Trial bottle freer i LANCASTER Rev Briscoe has been called as pastor to the Fork church Misses Rothwell and Louella Arnold were guests of Mrs Winnie Jones in DanvilleMiss daughter of Squire Sam Johnson has closed a very successful school at Bryantsville The Danville base ball team will play the Lancaster boys on the home ground Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock Charles Zimmer a Lancaster boy graduated with honors from the Cincin nati College of Dental Surgery Tues dayMiss Ada Dickerson who has been ill of appendicitis was moved to the home of her sister Mrs Lewis Brown in NicholasvilleMiss Hatcher is operating the stage line between Danville and Lancaster This position was held by her father at the time of his death The Christian Endeavor Socety will serve cream cake and berries in the College yard on Class Day afternoon the 18th and in the Park on the evening of the same lay Misses Katherine and Chloe Baugh man were guests of the Misses Elkin Wednesday Mrs Lewis Walker who hasbeen at Colorado Springs during the winter months will return home soon Mrs J S Johnson and children left on Tuesday for a visit to relatives in Lou isville F ML Folger bought of Clay Fowler a harness horse for 142 Dee Turner sold to Lim Cobb a work horse for SO Phil Terrill sold 60 acres of land to W 1 Ruble Isaac Montgomery solda horse to John Sherron for 125 James P Rogers bought a team of twoyear old mules from Wm Gooch for 150 W B Burton bought a horse from Jas Splllman for 177 The annual convention of the Gar rardcounty W C T U will be heM in Lancaster May 19 at 0 M in the Presbyterian church The session will last all day and lunch will be served at the noon hour Mrs Susan S Fessen den of Boston a National worker Miss Annie Edwards the State Y secretary and other prominent workers from both county and State will be present All persons interested in this work are invited to attend News received from Panama of the death of Robert R West on May 7 of yellow fever was a great shock to his lamllyandmany friends Mr West had been in Washington in the treas ury department having been connected with the office of auditor of currency for more than 12 years and had only been on the isthmus since February Mr West was 46 years old and was the son of Mr John K West having been born and raised In Garrard county A widow three sons William who was with him on the isthmus at the time of his death Hobert and Frank and a daughter Mary survive him The rev mains were interred in Panama Isis family who reside in Takoma Md desire to have the body brought to America and will probably have It exhumed next winter and reinterred in the Lan caster cemetery The May County Meeting The SemlAnnual Cooperation Meet ing of the Christian churches of Lincoln county will be held at Goshen church on Saturday May 20th beginning at 10 AII Each church is urged to send delegates to the meeting prepared to make pledges reports Sc The pro gram is as follows 10 Devotional Exercises 1020 Address L M Omer 1040 Address George W Mills subject Loyalty to Christ 1100 Song 1105 Report of the County Evangelist J G Livingston 1125 Song 1130 Reports of ChurchesI Noon Adjournment Dinner served on the grounds P M Devotional Exercises 120 Address H C Garrison 140 Song 145 Address J Q Montgomery 205 Address Gilbert Daniels subject Liberty 220 Song 225 Address F M Tinder subject Our Marching Orders 250 Volunteer Talks 315 Song and Benediction P W CARTER Chmn W H SHANKS Secy llicksl saw your wife at the opera lost night She certainly did look harming By the way old man youre rather thin arent you MarryatI guess I am You see we went to housekeeping recently and I arranged with my wife to give her a certain amount each week to provide for the table and clothes for self Catholic Standard While a bilious attack Is decidedly unpleasant it Is quickly over when Chamberlains Stomach and Liver lablets are used For sale by Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Ky 111 BEAUTY BRIGHT r 11They 11AllMade of Patent Colt which has more wear than most shiny lea thers and is softer and more pliable Let us show you these Beauty Brights SAM ROBINSON Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats and Caps Ladies and Gents Furnishings- All are Invited Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY t 11 1 1 KK fi r If your Binders or Mowers needtany repairs let us have your order early as well have an expert to do gratuitous work this year Binder Twine on hand now Give us your work W H HIGGINSwSTANFORD KY 11THEFor Sale by DR W N CRAIG Druggist stanford Ky To popularize their new business in new buildings with New Stocks and New Linen being added 1 G Weatherford Co H17STONVILLK KENTUCKY Asks you to call and you will be convinced that they can feather your nostinn We Are Showing From The Best manufacturers in the country a tine lain well selected line of Ladies High Shoes and Oxfords Every lady in Crab Orchard an4vicinity is invited to call and see our stock und be you do not have to leave the East End to dress the feet in au uptodate style W E Perkins 4s e t ityIicIV Crab Orchard Ky I l Jrn 17ze rs e If III JournalcE C WALTON EDITOR WALTON of the INTERIOR JOURNAL commenting on the improv fments suggested by the Journal lor Frankfort says The list should In r elude the removal of the many hills thlt surround the capital and whiJh hae caused the little city to be known as the hole in the ground almost as well as it is by4he name given it by its foun era thIs certainly is a well developed case of the pot calling the kettle black True Stanford is not environed by hills as grand and majestic as r those which surround the capital but It- I is aja securely hid among them Star ford Is a good little town with some oC f the best people on earth but it has nev er been accused of being a pretty om It is built along a creek and in such a straggling manner that Emmett Logan T who was then on the Courier Journal wrote that the town seemed to hay 1floated down the stream after the loo in any old place along the banks One of the chief beauties of Frankfort Is its eternal hills which r when seen frory the new Capitol wil strike the heholder with awe and rap ture at their grandeur Come dowi from Halls Gap some day young man il and we will show you something not dreamed of in your philosophy Frankfort Journal We have never claimer li that Stanford is a pretty place but we do contend that it is a more sightly town than Frankfort which seems to have been laid off by a blind manor one who couldnt see straight The mair thoroughfare is so crooked that one alt most meets himself on some parts of it while the buildings on either side arose low that they impress one as being the abode of liliputians The penitentiary and feeble minded institute con tltuteI th major part of Frankfort and brother is proud of these institutions he is more than welcome to keep them at Thisadopted home The invitation to see the eights of Frankfort will be ac cepted but we shall prepare ourself going over for any kind of disappointment that may come THE INTERIOR JOURNAL is of the opinion that we give our personals too much prominence Not at all All the people mentioned in the News are so important that they are entitled to the most conspicuous place in the paper In a country paper the personal column js the first department read why should 9L t it not be given a prominent position 7 Adair News Just as yen say Bre Harris We think however thas while a good personaUcolumn is worth some thing to any paper it is hardly worthy the most valuable space and position a newspaper can give Women and child- renr enjoy reading personals but men want something a stronger ITmbigbank at Milwaukee is get ting very particular since it let its president rob it of several millions The directors have ordered that all employes shall be measured by the liertillon system and photographed so that they may be found when wanted The foolish performance of locking the stable door after the horse has been r stolen continues to bear dally demonstration in nearly every walk of life ===== t JUSTICE HARLAN denies that he will retire from the supreme bench to de Vote the remainder of his life to rais ing funds for a Presbyterian Cathedral in Washington Of Course he will not resign his high office Who ever heard ofa republican giving up af good thing unless he was compelled t01 AN Omaha paper quotes President Roosevelt as making another emphatic statement that he will not be a candi date for reelection Four years is a long time and Teddy may change his mind several times before presidential year rolls roundngalnI Here and There Isaiah Monroe of Madison Indv county land appraiser was found dead in his buggy near his homer GQv Beckham has appointed John E Newman to be police judge of Bards town to succeed the late Charles E Stuart rGov Beckham has refused to inter fere the case of George B Warner who killed Pulaski Leeds in Louisville Warner will hang next Friday Near Harrisburg Pa a passenger train crashed into a freight loaded with dynamite Fifty or more people were killed and over 100 injured by the explosionThe Council of Kentucky Im proved Order of Red Men at its sit tingin Frankfort decided to establish a widows and orphans home for the families of deceased members of the or der The money sent by former citizens of AustriaHungary who have emigrated to the United States to their relatives at home will amount to between 10 000000 and 45000000 during the year 1901 The North and Northeast Lancashire cotton spinners have agreed that an ad vance of 5 per cent in wages be paid to weavers winders and warpers in July next No fewer Than 300000 people are affected by the decision KNGSVILLE A hetfdon collision occurred here Ion day morning The breaking of a piston rod on one of the engines was thb only damage done t Mr W R Campbell has returned to Lexington for a few days He will In a few weeks move his family here for the summer Clyde Campbell oC Lexington is one of the popular hone ers at the Walter Hotel Mr Everett Chevolette and Miss Luella Hasty were married by Rev Car non Tuesday evening Both are popular and are receiving congratulations from their many friends Another wedding will soon take place in our community and yet another so Dame Rumor says While In Maysville which was our correspondents home the first 10 year of her life we went over to Aberdeen 0 the once famous Gretna Green and saw the house where the late Squir Beazley used to live We also had the pleasure of a trip to Cincinnati overth C 0 and while in the city of seeing Sherlock Holmes at Walnut Street the atre Thursday evening May 11 little Julia Anna Creighton celebrated her fourth birthday by entertaining at th home of her grand parents Mr and Mrs J L Johnson a number of ber little friends at lunch There was mu sic for the occasion both on piano and guitar and no pains were spared to make the occasion a happy one forth dear little tots The I Js Kingsville correspondent pro tem Mr Charles B Wells seem to have grown weary in well doing hnd has asked us to come to the rescue and so having returned from a most de lightful visit to relatives and friends at Lexington Maysville and Nicholas ville we cheerfully resume our corre spondence to the cheapest and best meantime thanking Mr Wells for hIs good services during our prolonged ab sence A splendid Sunday school has beer- organized at the Christian church We are in hopes the church will soon b RINoelpointment at Pleasant Point Baptist church Sunday Rev Cannon filled his regular appointment at the Methodist church Sunday morning and evening On next Sunday morning and evening Rev Boston will preach at the above churchThe fire in our town recently was a matter of much regret The loss to J L J hnson was considerable and the perishing in the flames of old Bess hU family horse for so many years was a ma tier of great grief to Mr Johnson and family The Presbyterian church was quite a loss It was one of the old fashioned but well built houses of this section Though the fire occurred in the dead of night a crowd of several hundred we are told was was on hand doing everything possible toprevent the fire from spreading to Thompson Evans mill directly opposite The South Fork fire department or the Helper Crew got a leave pf absence from the dispatcher and made a quick run to the scene of the fire They did splerfdid service and the citizens of Kingsville feel grateful to them for their assistance Thompson Evans will shortly move their planing mill town near the canning factory and will jreatly enlarge their mill Mrs Charles Evans and children are visiting friends and relatives at Nich dasville Mr Evans sister Mrs Col lessure df Nicholasville Is his guest W S Burch of Stanford was here Saturday called by his numerous clients Mr Thomas a popular traveling salesman of Somerset was here ast week Mr and Mrs Wni Carey ind son Clarence of Lebanon Junction are with relatives here Mrs Emma Chevolette and daughter Mrs Syl vester Privitt were guests of Mrs Ma ry Maxie at Latonla for several days Misses Dora RIgney and Sallie Walls are with friends at McKinney Miss Dora Gooch of McKinney Is visiting here Will McCarty Jr is visiting at Lexington and Ludlow Misses Ottie aulkner and Teresa Dunn accpmpan led by Messrs Manfred Chevolctto and Clarence B Wells spent Sunday at Crab Orchard SnYderoa thriving town of 2 500 persons situated in the heart of the Kiowa farming country which was hrown open to white settlement in tOOl was practically wiped out of existence by a tornado Over 100 people weri killed and as many more dangerously wounded S S The cases of Alex and Elberf Hargis arid Sheriff Ed Callahan of Breathitt ounty charged with complicity in the murder of James Cockrill were called at Lexington and passed till next Tues ayThe Motor Union of Great Britain and Ireland the largest organization of motorists in the world has 7500 members Scotland is connected with Ireland by a submerged ank at a depth of 500 the business section of Grenada Miss destroying property worth 60000 Eight fine coach horseS were destroys In afire at N hv1 tTenn t Cyhthlana will builds 40000 public school building I l l 1 Niii L MATRIMONIALI The wedding of Mr J W Htitchc son cashier of tho Bank of Brodhead to Miss Mary Louise McAfee was one of the swellest seen in Mercer county for a long time Dr and Mrs L B Cook announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Anna to Mr John Henry Shanks The wedding which will be an elegant but quiet one will occur at the home on June 14th Miss Cook is one of Stan fords prettiest and most popular young women and is as bright as she Is at tractive Mr Shanks Is a fine young man steady and industrious and will we believe prove worthy of the jew el he will soon call his own Best for Women and Children On account of its mild action and pleasant taste Ortno Laxative Fruit Syrup Is especially recommended for women and children It does not naus rate or gripe like pills and ordinary cathartics Orlno Laxative Fruit Svr up aids digestion and stimulates tho liver and bowels without Irritating them Itemember the nome Orlno and refuse substitutes G L Penny Refusal of hay anffeed drivers to obey the boycott orders has caused the first break in the ranks of strikers at ChicagoAtLlncoln Neb Peter Katheiscr a millwright whose love had been re jected killed Miss Grace Townsley and himselfMcKinney Woolen Mills McKinnoy Kentucky Mnnufarturrnof J nnIIII Klaniu1 llunkrtsnixl ml im your wool WV Luke wool in OIIIInlor work nllowlni the tnnrkct iirtiH Siiiurnctlim iiunrnntMtl ellll or write for prlr s nml liitorumtlon igtntft xviintit THE LIVER QUARANTINE TAKINO HIS MEALS OCT Quarried eating has ruined many n mans stomach The digestion tlcstroying process is gradual often unnoticed at first But it a short time until the liver balks the digestive organs give way 8JII1 almot countless ills assail the man wire endeavors to economize time at the expense of his health qA torpid liver causes a quarantine of the entire system It germs anti poisons and affords them full play inviting SOme serious illness qln families where August Pluweris used a sluggish liver constipation arc un known so are all as well as indigestion dyspepsia heartburn headaches and kidney and nffec tions No welUregulated loudly should lJC without standard rcml t QTwo sizes 350 and 750 All druggist For Sale at Pennys Drug Store TEMPLE HILL STOCK FflRM- Uasefia Plats City Limits Harrodsburg 9 Kentucky Itr l lA nf 4y nrolil roconl tzS In nth lient ivroiiiluilf milt me unlelwtt rthan tI lIlanyltonshow hone at Kentucky itiui Itiiillnir sire of iiIgh class roiiil linrnex nod triini tlitto Intuit n laving colt and u good oiu lit or f IbO tin scan I chum It It tothf Ifntliitiivit of disown rs or iiuitviuit Mtrcvr nod iiiljoliilnn cutup ties to lirriil to JtIIurhl lIIII lit li not for s I IXpfit to khllll rid lirtntl hrll1l1ll1rIIInt hlKli liriciti no innttcr to vlioin they In lang Slid IhfaUkf has cal ta Lure a riiutittlon nod wild for higher prlro sundN t thow of any utiillloii In Mrrrtr or nllulorog countlcs tin ItvcniiM Ids cults hove token inon1 iiriinliiiim thiin tho of any ttallloii In Mercer or coon tlcsj 4th ltcoiiui hi lima ls tlcr n cord an rate hors having won Id out or races unit u Iwttcr record us a show hors having won as out of Rl shots thiin liny Ktiilllnn In Mirccr or ii oiningcountits nth llcratiw Itnil Iiiflu tin only hors ilred by n horse with a rfconl of Slt U K Clayi who hai sired coltN with ridirdu letter tliiin tIII nil with a dim fanny Hart unit every colt the hurl took n utandard record nod wan n winter iiixl whew grand dint toprino was tale urcatiiit broad nitre In the world nav 1Clnylltdwhose dinlII Mire Hfd Wllkem old for tl im for a luilf IntenKtnnd who hlnmilf elted Ulif sold at three yeum old for iljHI null at 1IollrIndmallInthreiof Hid IxiifucoltK were over tmlnod for speed iud they all took rcrorui I 7th Hut Mlle of Kod IenlVioltf wan vcr marl nnd lumtlii tnl In or rites wlnnliiK first In OIK n nil MOOIld nil the otherH ill xllOHll liy the Year hook nod showed dales In 2ilS and would lows IKVIIU s nsntlminlhoro had ho lived nth Iti l Ulif linn Hired morn lilith cla i lilgliprlciil tiiiiu tlmn any ktalllon In Kentucky In the uut two yeiirn till I enri show wvinil offer of over twoifor n pair I now have None of Chow sold live years old and most of them under three years old I Buy If you wnnt n trotter Itrd Jsnf Uljred to net them an his tire U on of the Krontent NirNof extreme NNlr1 nnd lilt ilnm u uront producer nod tlie hy one of the worlds grpntcst tares of njHird died Vllkegi nndbisslrebIii 11tlhe Kreiit t liriMMl mart In tho world If you want show hor e he hut proven he cnn Kt them of the hlpliei t qualltya throeyearold mare hy him how InK the circuit In rouulnr nnJ sytxqtnk smwl whining out of shown oniothliiK ciiuallid only tho vorid1 famous OypxyQiiec n 113055 want n hut ness horM he can gut them that will sell fur tho ilolliirc and Ids lilacs ire sure to lio grrat lirpod nwrtit If these sire not tuct- wh nett I also have n good Black Jack to jtnnd nt to n living colt DAJtDI r keep Your Head when Ultra one we think better any other In patents or soles or Military Heels in or 250 y Cheaper grades and 200 Canvas Oxfords in Childrens and Ladies sizes SANDALS just for children when leaving off their Shoes All sizes from to to I r x U +U M + + II II I it Trw ome of thI11Ido for pooh for skis JrlOf ftv ru IIIMr inp eharlr It K rrlook fnrm four mil fulII- Htnnfonl SALE I McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS I offer for sale my mill and ictldcnec In McKlnner Ky Mill his flour capacIty of barrel and meal 0 bushels ller UI11U well equipped with modern machln err In Rood repair IU storage capacity of SOflO bushel of wheat alto large corn bins and cribs Wagon eales operated from office coal bins and lee house All under rout Never falling water In mill lot Mill Is within 100 feet of Cincinnati Southern It H track nod has prlvnte tiding The loea tlon is Rood fur the reatoni Kluney U nearest market to many of the largest wheat and corn growers In Lincoln county large territory furnishing custom grinding The teed and coal bu lnet in connection with mill pay veil No trouble to market nil products frou mill K l Ueny Is a twostory mx room frame with cistern on back porch Milk house at buck now On no count of mf falling eyesight health generally tny t hy Ulans have advUed me to quit the milling OOlots For further particular call on or addrr Dr Edw Al corn lluitonvllle Ky or W II McKinney KyJ JIcKINNEV McKlnoey Ky All the time you standthinking it over your feet arc urging you to give I themThat still small voice Isnot con science Its r t feet Your feet would look smaller shoes wouldnt twist out of shape and bulge at the sides heels wouldn callous nor stockings gef holes from the heel slipping up and down for VRF1T draws the snugly all the ankle and adds style comfort and durability Dont think URFIT too good for your feet they are the best feet youll ever have and Manss Urflt Shoes are the best shoes that were ever built I l Sold HJ McROBERTS t L t I LOW SHOES doctor will tell you to your Warm and Cool butrthe has come you will wantrto keep your Feet and you better do it by using a pair of our 11 Shoes The is our best I and than tanswithielt turn French andtBrockpbrts patent tan 100 150 White Misses BAREFOOT the thing Infants Misses HIHHH STPNFORDOIIIIPdlutIHI FOR following cumparatrvolyLargebara feethu arouhd The Feet time Cool Low Cant BeTouched for painting hotiscg Tho reasons plain Mastle- Is the purest thcrvforo the most durable and wonora leal Thuro Is a whole string of other fellows claim ing Just ns good as Mastic but they dont prove it JIaybo they cant Tho analysis of Mastic U pub Ilabod Its nitido of pure loud zinc null linseed oiltho most durable kind of pulutnulll18 purity x Is therotoro umiuostioueil As purity menus durability the splendid wear ing quftlilius of Mastic have given it tine title of The hired Thus Za ts and this Utlo li backed up by our absolute guarantee Masllo is made by PEASLEB GAULBERT CO Inc LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY and wo heartily recommend it to your trade- i FOR SALE BY PENNY DRUG STORE tIKY SPECIAL SALE FOR County Court Day Week ireginnhig on Monday next ve will begin u tale that will etartlo the na tives in prices and values Wo have too many goods and must unload thellll Iand prides will ho no consideration They must go it it ia nccjjssary to them away Look nt these prices Mens Dlaek Worsted milt Cheviot Out Coats OS- cMens Sunday and Working Pants at 18c Childrens Ciieimcro Suits nt 75o UII Childrens 1ants lflc up- I liens and Boys UntIl 15c tIp Boys Caps Uo up liens nnd ItoysJ Shoes 98c up Lhiiies and hisses Shoes nt Tic up hens Sunday Shirts with or with out collars 24c- Snspenders t for Boys nnd MOil at I5o up Heavy Brown Cotton 4ieIJIICalicoes IJc IIIILadies and Misccs Skirts up Nice Childrens I3c l MOJIS Socks fio UIILadies and Misers Corsets laic iii Baby Shoes different colors lane upI ot of Neckties at your own price Garden Seed nil kind two pack ages for 5c Hlnck and White Thread 200 yards two spools for Oc Ladies Hells 9c up JJLead Pencils 5c dozen S Goldstein Prop i STANFORD KENTUCKY Cook Stoveis One No 7 4 Cap Cook Stove For Coal or Wood at 8 This 6 is less than cost 5 H ALDRIDGE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky t r v r r Embroidered Waist Patterns r tttttrwFttlsltt- l JII i Kvcr since our first purchase in New York in March of thc e very uhjoimblo wnisU wo have gotten now ones cuoliwcck eo great has beentho rIle1 nllt1 We now have ono at 7Co for material and etubroiilcry enough to t trilil other nt 81 8125 82 to 85 j w 11Tto yourself and to your phj ician demand materials an J most careful service in preparing his prescriptions That is way pre t are filled at Pennys Urug StOIOIPERSONALS Mill JOHN GLYSN Ju is quit sick GKOIUJU ELLIS at home ill oC malarial fever Mit WEAKBN HUCIIKS is holding down the agency at Lily MRS W M liniGirr Is with her sis tcr Mrs W J Yaser In LouIsville Weim ROIIINSON has taken a posi I lion with a railroad running out of Chi T P NORTII of the Wont End J is office assisting In County Clerk Cooper MRS JAMrW T HACKLRY is at home from San Antonio Texas where Ihe spent the winter Miss Louiu KOIIISBON U batik trw Chicago whore shu spent IK couple weeks with rotative I Mil C C Goocil amLwlfo of Way r nburg wore hew Wednesday Thi latter went to Lebanon Junction to via it relatives MR WIIUAM I1 IOOAN who wont West some time ago ts new at Pur voile I T where ho will remain for a few months MlU ASP IKI J II NUN UILm or Oklahoma City 0 T arrived Wodnos day to visit hta panmta Mr nail Mrs P P Nunnclley- MIKSILS G L PENNY M Itaugh man C V Gentry It G Donny W P Glvens J M Alvcrson W SfEm y bry lurch Huchannn Sam Tatem It L Hubble J W Guest It H Bro naugh George Urormugh Joo Maguu C II Coleman W I Kvatw A H C ApHenry Shanks of the eountyt Barr th Derby run Wednesday 4LOCALSTUB Stanford flap Club wfll glue ni i awoll dance on Juno Sod e j Meter Mioction of Cut GUM anil Sol idSllvur llatwnro at W H Mueller CARDS nicely print I vfalUn curb for 26c 60 for 5c or 100 for TOc This olllcu e MILLBT and cane seed hay and Coed of nil kinds cheap for cash J 1L r Baughman Co 22 due horn at 217 p M was tonix hours lido yoJtcnlay owing to a slide on the new road PULL lintof furniture ntjretstirug lace curtains shades and h guts rugs wall paper Tribblo fencer t VB hear that Gates Co hnve bought the J W James distillery n1 t Crab Orchard and will start it up fn ni whilef 50000 sweet potato plants 20c Southern Queen and Uurmuda 15c per hundred W S tbWlgham Morcland II WE have just opened a beautiful line of wash lawns silk organdies and h N dotted Swisses styles the lutest qualities the best John P Jones Tile Kinks Da erg Turners Villo church will give a strawberry nnd Ice cream social at the schoolhouse on Friday evening 10th Supper 25c rIHAVE accepted tho agency for a house nnd will be glad to figure with those thinking about buying tombstone or monument J C Mc tSa I Miss ANrrK KINNAIBU of Lancaster our thanks for nn Invitation to the commencement exercises of the Lan caster High School Mnw 23 Miss Kin nnlllls onu of the seven graduates 1 IK you think this is not soda water weather just watch the stream of people going to lell1Y fountain to have their thirst quenched Mr Per trade this season ny says his soda water is far a head of previous springs TUB dispatcher s office is to bo moved p from Livingston wo are told and either t Stanfordor Lebanon will get it Cant on ourselves arid offer thatLrcv l CURTAIN stretchers wings settees Also now line of rugs and druggets just received Tribble Pence AN attractive and popular musical program will be presented at Walton Opera House Friday evening FOR SALK Piano used less than a year Armstrong make and sweet in tone W II Mueller jeweler 18Jorn Urthc wife of Dink Far met IlllonDink Jr This Is tho IStl child born to Mr and Mrs Farmer TUB Stanford High School teas waxed the Crab Orchard baso ball nine 1C to 7 on the grounds here Wednesday nCternooni ofAmoricaby Henry Alcorn and for which he had to pay n fine of Miss HALLOUS entire music claY hOllorIIMTIn n long careful study of tho Somerset Journal finds thai it take about four ganerntiona torah a boy without freckles e KBTES Arthur Eitoa aged 2S dlod consumption near Yosemite He loc nt McKinn y several years Hi who was a Mite Tontyiwon jol Somerset survives him IxmutB muskand all who would encourage art divine should at tend the recital at Waltons Opera House this evening Price 1C 26 and 35c the latter for reserved seats e geldingsIG2years okl and In fairly gooJ order Re wanl for Information lending to his ro covery Robert Lewis Stanford TUB bMtanly saw of Mitt Jill Man Jet against Mr George PlwumnU which Dcct ii4ol two days of Judge Jamoe P valleys court rasultwl In u hung jury five to one in favor of the plalntllL AtcrtoN I will sellat auction at Hrodhwtd on Satunlay May 20 some tow Buckboards Buggies steel and rublxir tlrori Also somo secondhand rd vehicles and harness J P Chand ler auctioneer TIm charming little whistler Miss jerta Jean Penny will give a very llfficult and beautiful selection at Yaltons Opera House this evening IJC you have never heard hor whistle it will be worth twice the price of admis slon to hear her number TilE DERBY fromhere who aw the Kentucky Derby run Wednes tlny came back home disgusted It was such n walk overfor Capt Browns A gilo that it was tyarccly any race at aU Rams Horn was n slow second and jiyson third Time 210J The truck vas muddy anti heayy NortcnAll pc desiring to buy tho stock of goods nnd fixtures in the tore of J T Jones bankrupt will present their bids to me on or before ho 23rd day of May 1905 Any infor nation in regard to same will bo given upon application I reserve the right to reject any and all bids T II Shanks Trustee THE Casey News tells of tho death of Mr Royal It Wilkinson ono of the cry best men in Casey county wns 7G years old and his long useful areer made him loved and admired by- nil who knew him Ho was the father or Dink and G It Wilkinson well nown hero and in their loss of n kind nnd Indulgent father they have much ympathv TUB piano selections at the opera house this evening will be enjoyed not personsIwltl give a Chaminado number that will show the pathos and brilliancy of this wonderful French womans composition Miss Mary McRoberts number will in ludo Sendings Ustling Spring and also a Woodland Sketch by our own American composer MacDowell No prettier concert selection was overwritten than Miss Virginia Bournes umber The Trout by Heller Miss Ulie Huffman will be at her best in her rendition of Gottechalks Tremolo t n WHITE ORGANDIES I Wo ore showing many goods and prices in sheer material tier white dressed organdies batiste Pereinn lawn Swipes etc New assortment of fine French Val and Meclan laces to trilllIritisI n Val lace season i engage to cry five big sales this fall FOR RENT Home on Logan Avenu vacated by S It Cook Good garden partly planted outhouses cistern nnd ForjCyrther THE Central University quartette Miss Leaven soloist and four talented young lady musicians of Miss Ifcdloue class will certainly make a most at tractive program for the recitalat Wal tons Opera House this evening I wiLlx11 on next county court day front of the court house my house and lot formerly owned by- w II Higgins on Main Street Stan ford Ky between the hours of 10 and 11 oclock Will first sell the COft vacant lot next to Mr W P Tate and then C2 feet with house on it reserving 10 feet for a mutual passway and then will son as a whole taking the best bid The whole lot is 112 feet wide and S60 feet deep J W Hayden Paris Ky DANViLLUGeo A McRoberts and Josh Bdl two of our best golf players lot Saturday for Savannah Ga to enter an allweek golf tournament R G Harbareon who Wnt the Western Union Telegraph operator at the Dan villa office for 10 or 12 years up until two years ago when his health gave away died at his old home near Mitch oltoburg The other night Lucy Fisher went to the home of Millie Guest who lived on Fourth St both colored and called her to the door and stabbed her to death The killing Is the result of Jealousy from the best information that is obtainable News IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Dan Iv Rnwlings and Robert Martin engaged in a fisticuff at LondonIFire destroyed two dwellings the property of Henry Steele at Middles beta Work has begun on the Danville Lrtht Pow r A Traction Companys power houM Robbers broffe into Englands Elli son Cos and J M Locks stores at Rarbounrillo George C Johnson n wellknown citizen of Jackson county died suddenly of heart disooxc The Now Diamond Coal Co at Alta mont has been bought by W E Cassi dy of Lexington for 50o6o The residence of James Yeager on West Main Street was sold th Sheriff Sam McDowell for 3325 Advocate While preparing supper the clothing of Mrs John Lester of New Cnrdwcll Mercer county caught from the stove and she was fatally burned William Cundilf who lived 10 miles south of Jamestown was shot and kilted by nn unknown person He had been to town and was on his way home when shot Morse Henry White colored was ar rested while robbing the cash drawer nt the grocery store of Vansant Co Uarrodsburg He gained an entrance to the store by breaking open a rear doorOtis Poultcr was instantly killed by the accidental discharge of a 22 caliber rime near Bondville Mercer county ioulter nnd Will Searcy were out hunt ing when the gun was discharged the ball passing through Poulters heart Tilford Young of Whitley county hargedwith making counterfeit money ivna convicted in the United States y noteetllo was betrayed by his sweetheart Della Rogers who ho had refused to marry it was alleged after he promised to do so The case Is a noted ono and has been in court three years A bad tire ocured on tho Tennessee lido of Jellico in which a block consisting of three large brick stores was turned entailing a loss of 10600 oh which there was only 7000 insurance The buildings were owned by M A pine Merchants who lost in the fire rot Isaac Bradshaw groceries J C 3ullivan furniture Heck Gerdan feed L B Weick manufacturer and J C J Williams law office lion FrankGuntherdemocratic nominee for Representative from tho itypf Owensboro was stricken with eart disease yesterday and is at deaths door f- tl =ltrr Rev W L Dorgan of Danville who was to have preached at the Baptist church at Hustbnville Sunday after noon was called to St Louis He will preach there on his return duo notice of which will be given in these columns There is a strong movement among Southern Methodists to secure the elec tion of Bishop Galloway to the presi dency of the Board of Trustees of Van derbilt University Bishop Hargrove who is president of the board at pres eqt is said to be in bad health Those who have charge to build a 29000 YI C A building In this city feel very confident that they will raise the amount required The town and county have been divided up into districts by the soliciting committees and alt parts are being worked hard at present with gratifying success says a Danville dispatch Clayton Howell of Montgomery county sold to a Paris firm last week his crop of 120000 pouda of hemp at C cents straig- htLumber and Shingles ttutr11 and Bough IumlMrCltMttnut 1o hrsndIukhtnlesfnrMI 1lKnp j UI tart r sit nail s front Mmifont on Wean t IllkIFOR SALE KIdhtyone ncrrs inllri of Stmifonl Ky lIood hurt four rooIu colUtins two ulakraItowrlMMr Wiiut till thf tlinl r uml run IIll Jesse 1tKKriinklln lending Kn6xvlll Hnveyour volts ens trutMl by T F GROSS rrrnclKTovlllf Ky till writknown VIIK tmtor of horw cud bun doctor t utlsIfiifllOtlr BUanHltrtl J S Murphy Sont Hedgevillc Kentucky Invltvvoii to Intt thrlr slock of good nml gei thflr prlr s watt x slon of your jmtrnnnir end alit Itt It If jood vats it lnI what vou wiintMtv thrtii a rail WaH Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY J The IHtp t In J wiry Silver uutGloss SVntcIwsondlo ksIntok FRUITSMSHAtDErnTREESf Ilucoli ETC count will fall on the fiirimjrnnnil rltlxvin KiMKriillv with n full line of 11rst elass fruit orniiimntnl tad shade tans Tin firm of Ilrtiwn lliiii loof Korliintir N Y nrt tin rc iiUnl lenders In this Ilse lu this coins try All tocknl oluttly true to minu nml Ktiiiriint t by n cIIb fIll of over ldru- ut1 with 1911 hens under nrtuiil nurm r rultlvntloiu It ivy him trlnl llo wU Is III Ruylo liirnirtl Mndlton aId Iliuoin followlni few wok PEYTON- My thf luck IVytnn xvenrolil will niiiKe the privut anui of luAnt my utiihli lit to ln iin llvliiK colt teytoaeeuitsnn Inri nnd fine and I Hold lni t IlIro crop cults nt Iii round Four of his colts nrt on my fiirin which vIl- lssuk for thIII1I1I11 cwt tunu at nny time Iwillnlsnntth MimepliuvMiind 1IIACK IIAWKiyenricold ti15leeches hlclft Ito will scre n 1111111- 111II1II1r of Itmresnt1 ffttoliuiiren llvlnitcolt Money tutu whiii colt f mcd or mnr trllll1 or lutrted with Nut n ion llilu for accident or ocnixt1111 KIXO Moreliiml Ky Valuable Property for Sale Ten acres of land a two story front 7 room cottage The house Inew A splen dld gardtn an orchard There U a large mill on theplacn a good crusher aud the dam U la Rood and the natural power U great economy In running the mill Does a budneii Everything U ID good repaIr and hoe all necessary outbuildI- ngs The owners only reason for telling U the ruth of other business aa he baa ex tenStvo farming Interetti to look after This property Is on the Hanglrg Fork about I mile from Stanford and qnd bo bought at a bargain for further particular ad dress S O Thurmond Lytle Ky or L It Hughes StilnforJ Ky POSTED We wbpse names appear below strictly turbid hunting tubing or any kind of trespassing on our plticcs and will proleculeI to the full extent of tho MM Kato Adnr Kolchenbuch RM Ired VonOrucnlgixn Albert VonQrueDlgan Fred VonAllman Fred Itaumaun Alfred Simpson George Holmes Miss tattle llowea K Retchenbach Charles Gumming Jog Ballnu A 0 punn S Holmes W E Amon W It Ilaugherty J Hoffman M D Klmore Prier W arter J Nerln Carter J Eo DruceI W F Bbomaker Thomas Ferrlll Oreen Ferrlll F J Coon John n Camenlseh A D Hoot ordlctMr t s t New Neckwear I s stir 11 We have jtilt placpllJJII sale a very large line of turnovers lace stocks collar and cuff sets nt 5c to SO Our special is 20 dozen embroidered turn over at 5c each worth lip to luc J H I COLLARS ARE LINEN Two for 25c In New York State where nearly all Collars arc trade tho law requires that if n collar is stamped LINEN that it shall h made of LINEN Look on ydur Collar and if it is not stamp ed LINEN aliil FOURPLY it is Cotton anti ThreePly and you are not getting what we would furnish you for the same nhmeyWhy buy Cotton Collars when you can get Linen ones at the same price Cotton Collars tho kind you buy 2 for 25c at other stores I you can buy of iw for lOc but it pays to buy the best Get JIit I They are Linen rstttltlttw CUf1f1INS MCLARYSt- anford Kentucky To The Buying PublicI We have bought out the stock of Grocer ies Hardware Queensware Etcof John Bright Jr Co and now are in charge of the stock they formerly ran We ask a share of your patronage promising good goods at courteousIus on an we endeavor to make you call again P G ItTerms ICEo Picks Water Coolers 9v Cream Freezers Cold Refrigerators CEO H ARRIS STANFORD W B McRoberts DRUGGIST II STANFORD II J Sells Kurfccs liqady Mixed Paints Every gallon Guaranteed There is none better New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lead OiltSlso A Tested and Sure Bed Bug Destroyer t cfThe Interior Journal I Enttred in the PottOffice al Stanford a condcla matttr FOR SALE I Elcht hunJreJ acres of IS tine Unlit you will finJ In Central Kentucky with twenty thouunJ dollar worth of brick building oil anJ running water on free pike close la this Iso in acre W II BUKELEY Mewling Green Ky For Sale Privately house and 10 acres of land iltuate just outside of town limit on the Somerset pike Homo has 7 rooms kitchen and icr ranti room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard one for stock J P BAIL- EYNOTICES jYoushould see us before you let out you carriage and roof 1ape hanging a We have samples c from three leading houses of the and Cane1yyPwall cheaper the furnished on ap guaranteedP street INSURANCE lrIlghtnhlIJ11IndMtnnnl Ilf nud nn AotIe NOne l IowKstIos MrmKitanunrintwl Loss IMylm loc ii itJibqunlh5l with jiilHONY Stanford Kentucky fnlIlnle Phono No SJ ReA JONES Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKl IOfliccin flyers House Parlor Phono No1- I J H 100NE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford Kv Good Livery Service t Reaionable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In CoalBRECKINRIDGE make the neon or isic navtllrofon tI 1nsc Ile mouth old Is n sure Irklent nimtitrodwho hove hle ro OF with without lIitlIlIji 11011 Icerntngtill 8Ulon forted the some Will al o n few mnres lit IISS IMr month roorullllttntlon given to the stock hut will not Ill rvsMnsli lo fortscnpts or uc tddrnts should any op MAN UF1tM OS iPreuchtrevllr Ky g BD CARTER Successor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Specialattention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horse handled on commission JStock Penh In Connection r Give Me Your Order J Can Please You Why buy ready made clothing when there is little difference in tbe price of high grade ready made suits and a tult made to jour measure taken by an ex perienced tailor I have a handsome Jine of goods I can make from a low price business suit to the illiCIt druB cult Also Spring overcoats and trous ers The company I represent is one of vthe beat I also have a line goods I VajaV j up rnytelf for those who prefer it II C RUILEY the Tailor ELECTRICIAN 5007 Race Record 114 14 Slreof MlJI earn Electilmont aas 14 Cretchen at 14 Prince II rat 1i Leta sits own brother to Criteful a7 In list stallion j4 hattie high 4ElectrktanIsabrown It by Electioneer lire of t66 dams of uS he by lIamblelonn so sire of to dams of uS he by A i of t Jams of 7 Kent mare by Imp Bellfounder Eleclrfelani lit dam Rebecca Jam of Bernjl oar Rexford aas Ailant I x 6 Rutienol eicl Rebecca by Gen Benton ITH sire or ai dims of 68 he by Jim Scott 8j6 sire of a LadyBenton by Grays Hambletonlan 10 Sec ond dim Clirabel Jam of Clifton Bell rn t4 ld lla 20 and Chimes Bell sire of Van Zadtrog 14 she by AWalUh Star Third dam Emma Mills dam of j sires etc by American Star Electrician Is a royal brei horse fine style and ac tlon with great beauty He Is a horse that possesses great speed and gameness although his record Is on- lyess 14 he repeatedly showed miles In oaf A rTnumber of his get hu been sold for roadsters bring 5oo to 1500 As most of his colts are beauties with tine artlon and site can recom mend him era great stockhorse- Will make the season on same conditions and ai same place as clay King at the fee of Sit CLAY KING 2964 Record aISlreof Dick Wilson sotThe swra lls U iit J4 Tom PhalraiT i4 Ntllle Bruce 2S 14 Clay Wilkes Eat 14 Daisy M sat 14 ThIGuard aas i4 The Raven aa6 Justin M aa6 Dorado aar 14 and eight others with records of bit ter than all trotters but Dick Wilson pacer By KlneXlay Sire of Mill Udaaio Mar be 114 217 I Eolaaig 14 Klngbrlno atoDoC sas i4Edgarai8 ia Oueen aaq ia etc istdam Any aao 14 by Volunteer dam of King aaj i4 and granddam of Volo Mali Til 14 Slri of St Julian tn 14 St Patrick au tt others tons have tired and daughters have produced Dick au ass Strongwood aia 14 Homestakeai4i4etc ad dam Belle Brandon by HamMetonlan dam aao J4 Gov Sprague 310 it sire of Wllmar 119 14 sire of a and Wlldatr Ire of a Sire of George Wilkes Election Medium llarnld etc jrd Jam Jenny by Young Bacchus King Clay W4slre of Is s son of Harry lay dam Modesty ai6 ia by Tom Wodder ad dam wells dam of Artllery xn I i by American Star dam by Emmons Du Ccay King with any kind of stud opportunities would today bi In the first fight of successful sires of utrem i speed His stud career Is practically lust begun and there Is not a horseman In the Blue Grass State who does not regard him as I wonderful sire of early and extreme speed Every man al the Lexing ton track her seen his let accomplish what has never been done by the produce of any other horse they hay seen his yearling step quarters In IS 14 seconds and then sell for startling prices they low seen his older lepresenUllves show as much speed gameness ant race horse qualities as those of any sire ever quartered In Kentucky Clay ng make the season of at the low price of Suso to Insure a living colt lien retained secure tin payment of the season All c 7wlllbUk nlo prevent to stock In trusted la our care but any occur wi will not aresponsible for the same WB BURTON Lancaster Ky For Rent or Lease A splendid large dry goods stororoom and a large warehouse attached recently by Levy Bros Stanford Ky Ap ply for particulars J B Owsley or to The County National Bank J B OW8LEY Stanford Ky E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over Mclloberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building Dar l Traylor DIALla IN WHlsRu Brandu Wines Beer Cigars Etc YOlePrompt and polite attention Nothing but lh bet lo drink Man phone cr lelegriph orders receive troapt mention RESTORATIVE CURES NERVOUS DERI1JW tmllulInanheLfMerreeedrtlopaientaniimakllfeworUi Iltlaf NunsOurnei Preitrtlwi aipllnn and otbcr trouble due aeeeMakeeFined gout for women noklel free NIafor501pototdwithaIsarantI pun MCOICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAOO u a FOR SUE AT rEXSVS DBfO 8TOBK Je L Beazley Co UiulertaKers auil Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture Sratting9Rugs They willexchange Furniture for nil Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e tceary Undertaker Embaliner and Dealer in HarneasSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY PRESTON 922 This premium saddle stallion of the world wilt make the season of 1905 at the stable of C Bailey on Old Lancaster Street in Stanford Ky Preston is a brown horse 13 year oldi ijji hands nlfjh a perfect model with great style action and speed Preston was sired by Washington No 54 he by Cromwell No 73 1st dam Belle by Roderick 3d dam by a Denmark horse Preston has shown against and defeated all the great show horses of Kentucky such as Kentucky Artist owned by J T Crenshaw of Lexington Ky and Montgomery Chief owned by Ball Bros Why you should breed to Preston Because he is the greatest show hone Kentucky ever produced 2 liecause he is siring great show horses such as Electra that wan sold to Senator Vare for 2000 Rebecca that sold at New York Exchange to Geo Wat son for t65o Miss Henrietta owned by Gay Bros that won more premiums in saddle and combined rings than any three yearold out in 1903 a yearling colt sold to J C Cravins of Illinois for Ijoo 3 Because he is the only saddle stal lion that ever sired a team of harness geldings that sold for 15000 Because he won the championship of the Louisville Horse Show in 1903 shown by Matt S Cohen of Richmond Ky 5 Because he has won more money in the show ring than any other saddle stallion in Kentucky 6 I will be glad to show him to any one at my stable and invite those wishing to breed boa fine saddle stallion to see him before breeding I will stand him at ij TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Mares grazed at it per month Care ta lean to prevent accidents but not responsi ble should any occur- C BAILEY Stanford Ky t i ttt i t 4ii FARMERS DEPARTMENT Penrhyn raised by T L Carpenter of the West End and sold to an Enst7 ern man some months ago won a good race at Belmont Park Wednesday Martin Doyle of Paris has sold to McBrayer Moore the highclass two yearold colt Debar by Algol dam Sister by King Alfonso for 3000 Gill Cowan bought of George D Weatherford his farm of 120 acres near Hustonville for 10000 cash Posses sion will be given Jan 1st The Weatr erford farm adjoins the Cowan farm and is one of the best Improved farms In this county- Returns received by the Bureau of Statistics of the Department of Agriculture show that the total acreage of winter wheat on May lis over 10 per ctnt than the acreage harveste last year and its condition Is 17 percent better The general outlook In crop conditions is better than for years H Dunn shipped last week to Idaho a carload of fine stock He bought of H P Hawkins four shorthorn yearlings for 250 a bull of Phelplts Cobb for 100 two heifers of John VanMete bullIj two horses for 1450 Many methods have been suggests by which farms may be renovated but no method is so simple or so economics l as putting sheep on a farm says a writer in Country Life in America But says the Eastern there is no I profit in rearing and selling lambs or sheep for ij or 6 each The lip todate husbandman can retort I did not say there is but there is money in raising spring and winter lambs and selling them for 10 16 or eves 2 each Not only is there a considerable profit to be realized in the East on wornout farms within easy reach of the large cities but in the process of growing winter and spring lamb a great deal of the most valuable fer tilizeris made and deposited on the farm Resolutions Of Respect Irnb Orchard Lodge No C30 P ant t CRAB ORCHAHD MAY 8 1905 Where as our Heavenly Father in His wisdom for which no one dare question has seen fit to call from us our beloved brother Dr J II Pettus and we trust and hope to that celestial lodge above which is free from all trials troubles sickness and the like We all know that he like the rest of us had his faults as well as good traits but with true Masonic principles let us hold to only the good to be practiced Therefore be it resolved 1st Our lodge by this sudden call has lost a brother who was a true Mas ter Mason at heart and one who will be missed in and out of the lodge room and we hereby extend our sympathy to his family in this their sad hour of need for they have lost a kind tenderhearted husband and farher the community a useful citizen who used his calling that of a physician for the good of the poor and we trust our Lord will say to him Inasmuch ns you have done it into one of the lepst of these my Brethren while on earth you haeI lone it unto me 2nd That a copy of these resolutions be written upon the record book one sent to the family and also that they be printed In the county paper the IN reaiOR JOURNAL nnd our Masonic home ournalt3rd That we wear the usual badge of nourning for the usual time out of respect Jo his memory Wade H Perkins Gus Giezl Geo H dyne committeeM The newspaper reporters said the Lexington people were dumfounded over Judge Parkers refusal to give an Instruction not warranted by the dictment or the proof The world has been led to suppose that the eminent Commonwealths Attorney of the Fay ette district was capable of drawing up an Indictment that would cover every phase of the Hargis case If howler the Commonwealthss agentsat Lexington did not know how to frame a drag net indictment in this conse uential case It were better in future to allow such cases to be tried up in the mountains where they rightfully elong If the renowned judge of the bluegrass district knew the indictment did not cover the point of accessory efore thetact the admissionof proof ipon that point in the bail trial and the opting wilhput ball of the accused upon such proof may be considered further justification for the remanding ot these consequential cases to the mountain courts The bluegrass folks say our courts are corrupt why may we not retort that theirs are incompe ent Somerset Journal A Creeping Death IBlood poison creeps up towards the scant causing death J H Stearns Julio Plalne Minn wrlteilthatu friend dreadfully Injured his hand which swelled up like blood poisoning Bucklens Arnica Salvo drew out the lofson healed the wound and saved his life Best in the world for burns tad sores tic at O L Penny Stanford nfid Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Irug stores is + a- r Terrific Race With Death Death was fast approaching writes Ralph F Fernandez of Tamp phI i describing his fearful race wt tb death as It result of liver and heart disease which had troubleI me of sleep and of all Interest In Ufe I had tried many different doctors al1d several medicines but got no benefit until I began to use Ulcotrlo Bitter So wonderful was their effect that In three days I felt like a now man Rl1Il today I am cured of all my troubles Guaranteed at G L Penny Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard drujf stores price 60o OtHomcseckcra excursion to Michiga via Queen tC Crescent Route Ticke on sale May 2nd and 16th at greatly reduced rates to AuSablo Beaverto Branch Brethren Cadillac Gladwi Kaleva Manis tee Merritt Lewisti and St Helens Tickets are IImlttIllS days from the date of sale Ask agents for particulars or write E N Aikc T P A Lexington Ky or W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati 0 How to Ward Off Old AgeI Tho most successful way of warding oft the approach of old age Is to mall1 tain a vigorous digestion This 1m bo done by eating only food suited o your ago nnd occupation und wht any disorder of tho stomach appeal take a fiosoof Chamberlains Stomat and Liver Tablet to correct It Jr you have a weak stomach or are troubled with Indigestion you will nIl these Tablets to bo just what you ncet For sale by Lyno Bro Crab Ctrl artl Ky Six million pounds of adulterated and harmful foods were destroyed by thn Health department of New York in the last 12 months St Petersburg occupies six largo allll many small islands at the mouth of the Neva Season Specialties Hcjwn door window servcti nod cnIn- lji Him Kluniv Vlrklmtilll Hliivvii Imo Uurtnlii lrnder Iolw Hxtinli Itrna eta VirJKt Kuj Mulling INirtlrrrr lUlrtnlu HtrvteliiTntitriwtHtrvtrtirr Hcru llriiilit to rvimiw wnlrr eli from floor ti tivtlon tnriM tnml llulklliiit Iliinr lioor Wlmlown Wnll InH r Viiruu Statin Hint Kimnicli Ilrturvi Kriinut Moulillnx Mist linn HiiKKl Niw IIlIcl old Kurnlturv Conn and MV If von onll iMinif ttvdo not kni looil lli hI1scIIlItPruitt BrothersMorelshd K DORSET GOLDDUST 12055 Full brother to Kttrllo I0M- Hlrisl bylhrldl Ooliltlu t lOMir IInIIthy ViTiuout IOrljillll11I1II hv Zllfiiilliu- nii ArnhllllltnllloDorwy thnlddute dam U Kliirvnoi liy nol Ira MliiKO Clilif n MIII of IIlIft Morgiin iiukliiK Inhrtil Moritni itnlllon dendlligfrooJdtln Morann 01 nth then 15vt fnmlly of raid IOr1 iy Ooldilint i n diirk Imy hlnlk eolntslull litlhsmliwelithelSu ixmn l A iravtti nod uniform hrwilir of hUliolm b lete liurMt rointilnliitf nil tin InIuuuoliiid comlilnnl aeliiinK of lust AiiurUin ior HIOW ll i Jack l1 IMiitiiolidn itnniU to Ida cTtillt Twelve of lilt roll jiw sold for over IIJIII In Ih1lIt twi enr Illnwrvlw to orfend thin horoonf hU prodiirlhi riuiillty In Kun uky Will alll1 nt 1j u111ts rum Itiinford Kyon lustenvlllt l a110 tiisun n h cult ohmltlll when- nit drop or tenure wertst ler bona knit nt lilt pcrdiiy on gnta No rv n llilltv for iicoldtntu or sent Tin 11 of twin and liiihdllnit given Addrw K ItKIl Htnuford or Ihinvlllr Ky Antecarlo 226 12 liide over Vrnnllli truck In winning nuv Irnlliy Antro2UK2 tlmt Mild tor PIJII- lit i in lo suit First dour Mury Ann liy liilMurm ttia cots of Miinilirlno Ilitclnn hiM two inns iirudinttl Tln AliUit H ll ftiniiiplon trotting jjrlillnu of the IorM 2nd dulls v I IIIhIIIIIII sun of ndrtw JnckiKiii indeprndrnce dnm by nitrUiin Htnr TIll American Htnr nnd iiilrvw Jiiokxon lilcxnl in rinixiiulliltf fur rrxwim S 11111th cliiiiiiplou ruttlllolahll of U you aw tilt fnMf tfor tIIro two hexteroevennrcinrtilblc for f filitint Htiillliin Tliiii you w In IMI iTtintl tlnm Iltlnr of tluiu for In him the liHMlof iNith Antecnrlo lull Millil lirown 3t liiiluU lilxli welulilnii 1111 mull line and nctlon will stmicl nt in to Imurr n llvluz colt VI1I nlKixtiind the yomiK Ilewiletn5ROenttytoInsure n roll hy lirnm hy nn Iniinirted Jack lirniiiilnlK uy VelocljMile red nor Imp ninuollnl dnni hr lIl1o Ininnioth llfii ritnliuil on colu for en Mure trnded or bred to other- nrstiforfoilalnSnrlulcrshd innkfi enoii lonev due llotfi will eland nt fiirni on Homeriiet Ike tour hulls from Hiiinforil Munn uriiz tint tr month Cnn taken to prevent rvldentH teeth not re jMin lhle uliould nny WHI I MKIKI D- MHtnnfordiTlir Ky r GEORGE HUR x One of the finest English coach horses in Ibe State will make the present season at my placo on Silas Andersons farm at tiro- t insure a living colt money due when or mare is with a Islpaidhape i nd is sixyearsold the coming Spring ieorge Hur is suple and quick a plendid driver a quiet and safe horse at aDY He was by lien fur lajor 273 Grand Sire Scott x430 Dam Jennie Beatrice Clydesdale George lur has sonic of the finest in the ountry has proved to be a sure foal get ler fun is half English coach and half Clydesdale best draft horses in the State For infcrmation call on or write Vm Sprinkles at Rowland Ky and we invite all of horses to all and examine George Hur Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible hould any occur II will also stand my fine jack Jim Porter at the same place at IS Wu SPRINKLES Rowland Ky I r ate Galton 12910fHired by Osmbetta Wilkes MHi lit dam bay Field tgrand dam ot Allre Wilkes SilT Alretta 2IStsbt RnfHd lire of Ilxln 110 and dams of 00 In 339 or better Snd dam Quickstep by Kentucky Prince Jr clre of J Q JI7U Umiomcle sst and the dame of IS In the ilst Ird dam by Old idre of tbs dam at Jq J7 Oaltun carries oJ the blood of four leading famlllen Wllket Hawbletonlan Mambrlno Chief and Seeley American Star Ualton II n dark bar IS tlf brted terre with one style and action nod a lire of speed Only three of Dalton colt huebt handled for tpeed teeing ed miles out In 2U and better This It evidence that he will get plenty of the right clasi of mare i and a horse that cant Kit ttHnl cent get action or allorkthones I have recently sold four of hit colt tart to 1Iao4 al an 1100 Sold another fouryearold for SlOg e1e Rot rrlntiled linforn ihlpplnf lost the sale Have one that I can sell at any tlmo for 1500 Mr Mlddlcton hue out at Danville we have refused UJO for He win he headiest this uceon for spaed O 0 Carpenter has a young gelding by Ualton and has refused IJ09 for htm He Nseasonthe season Vista U another of the best recommendation a italllon can have Ifs was a treat show hon In his TOUDR day having defeated some of the tiesl la barn i clane and labored undera great disadvantage owleg toy very bad cripple In one shoulder at a twoyewrold with the cripple he can work a mile In 2 5S with but little handling RI colt hue gone against anti defeated tho test one of his colt having won a ITS preta alreadydoneof mares he It getting of lato are murb better than hit Ant season Oilona tire Orembtta Wilkes has produced one of the greatest tawlitea lie her 13 In the 310 lint Thli U more than say utbur hors f has In 210 lie bee 161 In SM end better Thli U more than any other horse of lilt age has In the IM list eons end daughter have over 100 In the 230 lIt This ta proof that Gallon b1atright for what I claim for him Gallon will stand al 110 to Inure a lite oUi tiia ei traded orfVfter breeding forfeit Insurance One after the ath of April at tar J month Will stand at inv place two men Wrttot llaitonvllleon IlradordtvllUplke Phone In residence W OliO lluttonvlll IYI B GIBBONS MAY ME COMFORTS v re detracted front the interior dec I w ions do properly us aid bringing about the proper and desired etJTtncht if otir your disposal WINDOW SHADES 1thad ttDANVILLE The Gibraltar Rockcastlc Financial Institu- tionCITIZENS BANK 1 OF BRODHEAD KY Offers to the People n SynlcraAccounts Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited Give tie your business and we guarantee n pleasant null profitable relation ty Iay J per cent intcrcct on nil deposits of 8100 or more when left in the bank tind not checked More for nrperiod of Fix months I W HUTCHESON Cashieri First National- dank Of Stanford Ky r i Capital Stock 950000 This Institution wai originally established ai tbe Deposit Bank of Stanford lo 1191 then reorganlied ai the National Rank of Stanford In lads and again reorganlted ai tbe Flies National Batk of Stanford la 1882 having had practically an uninter rupted eilitence for 41 year It li better lupplled now with fadlltlei for traniact Ing Duilneii promptly and well than ever In tu long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited I A Directors J B Paxton J B Owilev 8 H Shank W 0 Walker Oeo W Carter j B Poster L 0 Oooch WHUummlni W M Bright It L Hubble w It Shanks A if 7 to Farmers Bank a Trust end under came Hoping inch builnvu relatloni will prove beneficial to The I le10 Autlu one of tin IKHI horse KhmT III thl8 awtlon li with minimi I will do plulii hormnliwlim for tilctnt null I horse ahmllIlI nt riimoniihlo iirlcux I wnKoliiiml IticuY works mill lilt cue pleneu you work end nrlii I reek u shout of your pit trotmuH J H Iruvr Homvrwt HI Htiin lord Ky j r p r or not harnionic Let you in many facilities arc at before The Ns aisle MsWle KY j of County J Bucceiton Company BANK mutually Notice Public iiinkwiinpttlnlty Officers 4J 8 HOOKER Press S T HARHIK V Prei J J MCUOHEKT3 Ohr W n WKAUKNAnt Chn Directors F Reid Danvtll 8 T Horne Stanford J locker Stanford K L Tanner McKInney j M D Klmore Stanford 8 IL Baugbman Stanford T J HIM Stanford In Robinson Hubble J H Baughman Stanford J Iettui Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford LlNoLNCA COUNTY NATIONAL BANK STOCK 50000t contlnuoutlyfor SOLIClTYOtfR ACCOUNT 5Irs Offictrsi I B BANKS j reddestJ J B1uxton Vice President W M BRIGHT r OaihliT- Wi 0 WALKER List Oubl 1 111ThuIiihandlwnftct lIul hlulIl Jllro token to prVIlIt nuyoljCUrOHAIUIK Tunteravlllelytt yl J