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Digital page images are linked to the text file. cnotr rI rr rrr f j TH INTERIORVIVOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 16 1905 NO 22 Cotton As A World Factor The United Stoics record brenking crop of 12162000 bales In lOOt will servo to draw attention to cotttin as a Isocial and economic factor In tho worlds development and to show tho Impor tant part which It plnys In humdn so cicty ConRrcas In 1703 placed a duty of three cents a pound on cotton never r dreaming that It would one day become the moat Important of tho countrys ex ports When In 1794 John Jay was In England to frame tho treaty under which American commerce got its first real start he did not know that cotton was exported from his country or ever would be exported 165000 bales of cotton produced 1by tho United States In 1800 had grown to 4800000 In 18CO In the words of J Hammond or South Carolina cotton Statescsaw 1passed for the first time It was never afterward except In 1800 the output was 12102 lllurllltSAeJ In 1008 tho farm value of crop and its byproducts was I of 7000WOOO In 1904 owing to the reduced price tho value did not jmss beyond that mark In each year however it outranked nilI the other product of tho toll In the amount of money which It brought to thegrower except corn Threefourth of all the cotton grown In the world is produced In tho United States Twen ty per cent of the entire American crop was manufactured in American mills in 1SCO This proportion Increasing fnst r er than the production had grown toI 37 per cent In 100 The South which manufactured only 80000 bales ofcotton In 1800 M compared with 777000 halo in theNorth only 221000 as compared with the North e 1574000 In 1SSO 01111I l e only W5000 to the Norths 1780000 In 1800 was even with the North In 1003 and 1901 each section manufacturing slightly less than 2000000 bales Clean House Today Dont salt till tomorrow but dean house today with Dr Caldwolls luxI Syrup Pepsin of course uI 1IDOl1n your house of teh and bono our body This is the b thowe you 1oWn and should get the most care Yet most hoopla neglect It In u dread ful manner An a ronult lit onll11 f liver and howeU noon gut out of or der and eauM groat pain dlattwiituHl dangerous Internal disease Theonly sate sure cure is Ur CaldwoHs Syrup Pepsin It clears out nil causes of sickness cure constipation and indl gotlon oloanii house and snakes you well Try 16 Sold by 0 L IVnny atI 660 and II Money back If it falls Judge Ferdinand Hoss u member of the Missouri Legislature went to his stable nt Belmont Mo and was met by a negroarmed with a shotgun who demanded money The negro forced Judge hose and Mrs Mess to get In iv r buggy and drive to a cabin whore Mrs How WM held prisoner while her hus band was ordered to go out and raise t for his captor Judge How wont to Columbus Ky just across the river whore a posse was raised The negro left his house and tied to a swamp where ho was captured Ho was taken to Belmont where n mob took him away from the officers and hanged him In the public square Cleaned Out When n deep collar becomos filled with heavy poisonous air It is never safe to go Into It until it bun been cleaned out When your body has been poisoned with tho foul residues of undigested food It Is Just as necessary to clean It put To do thin pleasantly and safely tuko Dr Culdwclls laxa the Syrup Pepsin It Is n pure sulun title preparation which has no lInlln- the euro of constipation headache biliousness und stomach trouble Sold by G L Penny at TKk and 1 Money back If It falls Official reports show that during lust I year life insurance policies to the- amount of 20208033 wero written in Kentucky on which 3041KiS29 In premiums were paid TIle losses paid In the State during tho year amounted to 161903998 Showing that tho Insurance companies collects In this State over two million dollars more than they paid out Let Everybody Work pr And the world would bo more happy and contented Just consider how much path and troublo results In your hotly when your liver orstomach stop working Happily you can soon set r y them to work again euro your pains and restore yourself to health and con tentment with Dr Culdwolls laxa tive Syrup Pepsin Try It Sold by G L Penny at GOo and fl Money bock If It falls The Southern Railway U preparing to spend 4000000 in Improvements In the vicinity of Chattanooga IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Obo Demaree for killing Ella Meaux also colored was given a lifo sentence at his trial at Harrodslmrg George Smith aged 07 died at his homo near Junction City Ho was the first of 11 children to cross tho dark riverAt Monticello Leo Dickerson 20 years was drowned while seining Tho body was recovered and will bo sent to his home at Springfield 0 The continued low price of crude oil is retarding drilling operations in tho Kentucky field Except in Wayne county there is little activity in development Levi Richardson who stole a locomotive out of the yard nt Jellico about a year ago and ran it to Mt Ashsix miles north was given two years In the penitentiary nt his trial at WIII liumsburg Col W J Wllmore a member of the Republican State Central Committee and formerly Special Revenue Agent for Kentucky died In a hotel at East St Louis III while on his way to Col addle for his health Ills homo was at Nlcholnsvllle Wesley McHargue was given three years In the penitentiary for shooting John Carr near Corbin Carr was lose tag along the road where McIIarguo and some other woro drinking After Carr had ixissod he shot him In tho back with a shot gun John Smith who with another Negro was caught in the act of robbing the dry goods store of A D Horndon near Harbourvillo when ho attempted to escape was shot by John Ilowrnan a merchant who had boon watching the two non during tho night Smith was wounded in the arm anti leg Ills leg was taken oil this morning and ho may die A little three year old child of n Mr Jonas of Corbin WIll attacked by a bull dog yesterday morning and oar nod under a house One arm and one lug was broken and the childs ribs crushed An oightyearold Klrlncousin who was present began to scream when tho dog bit and mangled It Is reported that both children will dio london Local Dr M L Myers our enterprising dentist has proposed to put in waterworks for tho town If 10 persons agree to take water in their homes the work will bo started Tol Clark one of the oldest and host citizens of the county died after an illness of several weeks of a complication of diseases An infant was found dead lying by the side of the road near fir tihead Wed nesday morning J C Hayes of Crab Orchard passel through to Pine to see his sister Mrs Rolla Proctor who is very ill Mt Vernon Signal Maj John D Harris one of the most prominent men in Madison county andI widely known throughout tho State is dead Since the death of his wiCeI two years ago ho had steadily declined and he met his end with the composure of a man whose duty has been done and who fears not to meet his Creator Maj Harris was born in December 1829 and enjoyed a long and illustrious career Ho gave his attention in earlyI life to fanning and amassed consider side fortune owning at tho time of his death a handsome estate of 2COO acres of Bluegrass land Some 20 years ago ho went into Polities and in 1886 was elected State Senator Four years In ter in 1SSO he made his memorable race for governor against Gen Simon Bolivar Hucknor and was defeated He is survived by two children Mra Gas slus M Clay of Ilourbon county and Mra Samuel II Stone of Louisville He was generous and liberal with his means public spirited and progressive and of the strictest honor and integrity Why Suffer From Rheumatism Why MiuTer from rheumatism when ono application of Chamberlains Pain Halm will relieve tho pain The quick relief which this llnlmciU af fords makes rust and sleep possible and that alone In worth many times its cost Many who have used It hoping only for u short relief from suffering have Inon happily surprised to nil that after awhile tho relief became permanent Mrs V II Leggett of Yum Yum Tennessee U S A writes uin a great sufferer front rheumatism all over from head to loot and Chamberlains Pain Hahn U tho only thing that will relieve tho pain1 POI sale by Lym BIOS Crab Orchard Ky- A Boston preacher says ho will not read the books in Carnegies library becauso tho money for them was got from tho sweat and toll of thousands in mines and furnaces It is not stated whether the gentleman has a like aver sion for food because some one has to sweat and toil over a cook stove Louisville Times Jessie Bartlett Davis the wellknown actress and singer died suddenly at her home in Chicago of heart disease superinduced by nephritis NEWS NOTES Three alleged murderers sawed their way out of the jail at Smithland Nan Patterson has been discharged from custody on her own recognizance Great destruction to California or ango orchards is being wrought by cut wormsCharles Sewards a young farmer of Grant county was struck by lightning and killed Lightning struck a circus tent at Ma rletta 0 killing one man and injuring four others The United States transport Sher man Is in quarantine nt Honolulu with smallpox aboard- William Shigle who killed Henry capturedThe number of Jews who were shot down by troops In the streets of Zhlto mlr is now placed at 40 Hiram Cronk tho only survivor of the war of 1812 Is dead at Ava N Y at tho age of 105 years Will Waldeck a wealthy young man committedsuicide In Morgan county by swallowing carbolic acid Maj E D T Myers president of the Richmond Froderickeburg and Potomac railroad died at Richmond Va A Brightman of Los Angeles Cal shot and killed Mrs Chariot H Gurney who rejected his attention aM com mitted suicide Louis J Rete for 20 yuan a trusted employe at Ocontu WIs killed him self Ho fe said to bo a defaulter to the extent 050000- Detroit Mich street car mon have made request for a general Increase from 23J to 25 cents on hour Tho men also ask for 80 cents on Sundays and holidays John Ryder un electric lamp trimmer was killed in JefTersonvlllo by touching a supposed dead wire which had boon crossed with one carrying a heavy current during a storm President Roosevelt arrived in Wash- Ington over tho Pennsylvania To a crowd at PltUlturg he said that lite vacation had done him a groat deal oCI goof and lens ready for work again Tho President denied the application for pardon for J M McKnight TheI recommendation of the Attorney General was that clemency be refused the convicted banker and tho President indorsed it John L Jones a real estate lIealerI has filed suit at St Louis George J Gould and others for 4CO 000 which he alleges he advanced to pay for certain coal lands he purchased for tho defendants- Tornadoes and heavy rains are still causing death and destruction in Texas and Oklahoma Mt Pleasant Tex was visited by a tornado yesterday in which a woman was killed and several others fatally injured Daniel Petro clerk and treasurer Of Cambridge City Ind is missing and is short In his accounts according to the town trustees who are examining his books Investigation just begun is said to show a defalcation of 3500 Subscriptions amounting to 75000 have been received from tho various Confederate organizations at New Or leans for the entertainment of the veterans in tho event of the next reunion after Louisville going to the Crescent CityCommonwealths Attorney Allen of Lexington will ask the courtof appeals to pass upon the legaHtof Judge Parkers instructiondt to the jury in tho James Hargis case and also upon tho right to reject certain testimony which was not allowed As the roault of an agreement be tween counsel for defense and prosecu tion Judge Parker at Lexington admit ted Elbert Hnrgis and Ed Callahan of Ilrenthittcounty to hull In tho sum of 10000 each and continued their cases till the fall term of tho Fayette Circuit CourtFour more of the Injured in the Snyder 0 T tornado died bringing the total number of known lend up to 117 Several people are still missing A storm at Ada in tho Chickasaw Nation killed a man and destroyed several houses A man was also killed at Sulphur Herbert V Croker a son of Richard Croker of New York was found dead in a seat in n train near Kansas City Death is believed to have been duo to a drug A Negro put young Croker on tho train at Kansas City and just be fore tho train started the Negro oil Croker had lIeen attending the races at Elm Ridge Watch for It twill pay you to watch for tho very firS symptom of Indigestion or liver trouble and to prevent thotroublo from gaining headway by quickly taking Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pep sin Nothing is more weakening to tho system than chronic dyspepsia and all its complications Nothing will euro Jt so quickly pleasantly andsuro lyas Syrup Pepsin Sold by G L Penny C0oxand h Money back If It falls LANCASTER The officers of the school board wil meet Wednesday to select teachers Cor the Lancaster Graded School for the term of 100506 The reception given Friday evening for the Junior Class of the High Schoo by the Senior Class was a most delight ful occasion The Seniors entertained their guests on the college campus which looked very pretty with its many Japanese lanterns Delicious refresh mdnta were served Miss Bettio Francis of this county and A K Lackey of Emma Texas were married at Athens Tex at the residence of Mr and Mrs B G Kilgore relatives of the bride where they had been spending the winter The groom is also a Kentuckian but is now a citizen of the Pandhandle section John Wheeler sold six 240pound hogs to Ernest Woods at 475 W II Cum mine bought a Korso from G L Law son for B T Lunsford bought 1 mule from J P Rogers for 60 John Longworth of Knox county has traded his farm for Mr Wards paying the lat ter 500 difference Wool is selling in this vicinity at 27c per pound Job Morsee bought 17 acres of land from Harvc Warren for 500 Col W S Ferguson has returned to Covington Mr and Mrs J E Stormes went to Nlcholasville Sunday to attend tho funeral of Col W J Wilmore who died suddenly while In East St Louis Mrs J W Pumphrey who has been with friends in Cincinnati has re turned home Mrs George A McRob erts of Covington is the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Joe Burnside Editor Louis Landram continues ill W B Burton loft Monday for a busi ness trip to Mt Sterling The principal closing exercises of the Lancaster Graded School are as follows Senior Class Day May lSth Class ser mon by J J Taylor D D president Georgetown College at Presbyterian church Sunday evening May 21st Commencement exercises at Christian church Tuesday evening May 23rd There are seven graduates from the school this year Misses Jessie Doty Angie and Margaret Kinnaird Annello Tomllnson and Messrs Adolph Joseph Frazier Hurt and Charles anone- HUSTONVILLE Rural route from McKinnoy began Kervice on Monday extending over 25 miles of road serving over patrons The board of trustees of the Graded School are requested to meet Wednes day 17th at 230 p at the store of Chas Wheeler on business of much im portance We have for sale at a bargain a fine 175acre bluegrass farm with good im provements fine situation and nearly all in grass A lovely home Address Hustonvillo Real Estate Agency Ready made clothes may fit you you may not care to wear styles guessed at six to nino months ago I make to order fit you perfectly at ready made prices Which do jpu say A J Adams Mrs Princess Long of Paris will give n song recital at the Christian church here on Friday night 19th Mrs Long is an opera singer of rare accomplishment and this announcement should fill tho house W C Greening of Lexington spent Sunday with his friends here Ho re ports the brick business booming and will double the capacity of his plant In the near future Arthur Richards is reported somewhat better Lutes Co shipped 15000 pounds of wool from here last week to New York Thomas Gann reports having his tobac co crop of several acres all set and looking fine D C Allen shipped a car of fine hogs to Cincinnati Saturday for which ho paid 4Jc n Pirating Foleys Honey and Tar Foley Co Chicago originated Honey curd Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of tho great merit and popularity of Foleys Hone and Tar runny imitations are offer ed for tho genuine These worthless Imitations have similar sounding names Howure of them Tho genulno Foleys Honey and Tar is In a yellow package Ask for It and refuse dilly substitutes It Is time best remedy for coughs and colds G L Penny William L Lowry an Indianapolis lawyer deliberately smoked a cigarette In that city in order to bo arrested and test the recent law prohibiting cigar ette smoking Lowry evidently over looked the possibility of an indignant community taking the law into their own handsFrankfort Journal While a billows attack is decidedly unpleasant it Is quickly over when Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are used For sale by Lyric Bros Crab Orchard Ky Gen Thomas J Churchill who was born in Jefferson county died in Little Rock at the age of 81 years lie was abrother of Mrs Luke P Blackborn i r tlBEAUTY BRIGHTS 1TheyAll America Shoes in shiny leathers are the styleMade Colt which has more wear than most shiny lea thers and is softer and more pliable Let us show you these Beauty Brights j SAM ROBINSONDry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats and CapsJLadies and Gents Furnishings- All are Invited Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY If your Binders or Mowers need any repairs let us have your order early as welThave no expert to do gratuitous work this year Binder Twine on hand now Give us your work I W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY 1 1MADETOFor Sate by DR W N CRAIG Drugglnt Stanford Ky To popularize their sew business in new buildings with New Stocks aud New Lines being added T G Weatherford Co t II1TSTON V1LLK KENTUCKY Asks you to call std you will be convinced that they can feather your iiestum r We Are Showing From The Best manufacturers in the country a fine and well selected line of Ladies High Shoes and Oxfords Every lady in Crab Orchard and vicinity is invited to call and see our stock and be convinced that you do not have to leave tho East End to dress the feet in an uptodate style wIE Perkins II ci LJ Crab uKKy h- s The Interior Journal E C WALTON f WHILE in Frankfort Saturday had the pleasure of surveying our brothers J J new journalistic field as well na form i ing many new acquaintances It is not Da bad a looking town as we tried our ri last issue to mako our readers be Hove but on the contrary has some pretty streets and many handsome t homes The residences are more mod ern than tho business houses but we believe both will be improved now that n million dollar capitol is a certainty We did not visit the Hunt site o f which the capitol will be erected but could see it from our car window and We agree with the majority of the last General Assembly that it ic tho place it should be built My brother is al ready a rooter for Frankfort and he confidently believes there is a great fu ture for the capital city His new pur chase is the Frankfort Journal a morn i ing publication which has heretofore + been owned by a stock company A weekly is also published and the circulation of the two runs up into the thousands He Mr Walton is assist ed by Mr Shelton l1 Saufley formerly of this place but later managing editor of the Lexington Morning Democrat Mr Ed O Leigh Gov Beckhams pri vate secretary Mrs Elwanger society editor and Mr Ben Watt and Adjutant General Percy Haley The work of the k latter two gentlemen is one of love but their efforts are as earnest as if they drew handsome salaries The treatment accorded Mr Walton is the t kindest imaginable and we were im pressed during our sojourn in the city under the hill that Frankforts peo ple are the cleverest we know of and that they are anxious for the good live democratic paper our brother will give them when he getsthings down to a better running condition We called on Gov Beckham and the rest of the State officers and found them all busy but not too rushed to make us feel wel- comeI and glad we called We hunted if for that terrible machine that Senator Blackburn talks and dreams about but were unable to locate it However a friend told us that he thought the ma chine that the Senator wants to smash had worn itself out helping the senior Senator into office TEN Ohio bankers are in the peniten tiary and 18 are under indictment There is not a single Kentucky banker in either of the States penitentiariest- o to the discredit ofthe courts be it said But then men who steal by the thous ands are most always acquitted Its the poor devil who takes a dollar or so that suffers the penalties for theft f THE body of Sir Francis Douglas who 40 years ago fell 4000 feet down a Swiss glacier has been recovered i 4 He was dead when found Glasgow Times Thanks for this useful bit of information The good people of this section were of the opinion that Doug las was still alive but a sufferer from appendicitis Go to Ed Your language explains why you never had kissblisters on your lipsHarrodsburg Democrat Go where Harrodsburg or another place beginning with the same letter Having been to Brer Browns town we be lieve we will take chances on the other ITHE Negro in Southeastern Missouri byholdingpoint of a gun wont have an oppor tunity to do so again as the coroner administered on his remains when the mob got through with him THE Missouri man who is suing for divorce because his wife chews tobacco should win his case and get alimony Women who want to be so mannish ought to be made to take a mans plac- THE old veterans who wore the gray Yare expecting a big time at the reunion in Louisville in June The ranks are rapidly thinning out and the numbers are growing less with each meeting POLITICAL Judge Pryor of Louisville decided 2 that the grand jury had no authority under the law to examine the ballots cast in the Democratic primary lIon Frank T Gunther one of the best known men of Owensboro died unexpectedly of apoplexy He was the rDemocratic nominee for the Legislature i from districtIV Gov Beckham says the power to apI point the successor of the late Cecil Covington3tmayor Former Sheriff Henry Dixon of lIen j derson county was ordered by the r county court there to Jay over the sum of 553316 alleged shortage charged against him in a report by the county i attorneyGov has directed the Attorney General of Missouri to investigate the lynching of the Negro Tom Wither I spoon at Belmont In a statement yesterday Gov Folk declared that lynching would not be tolerated in Mis sours i1 Judge Hargis did not appear in per son Its a member at the meeting of the State Central Committee at Frankfort Wednesday though urgently invited to do so by the chairman and members of the committee Somerset Journal To the judges credit be it said In an interview at Nashville Senator E W Carmack came out emphatically in favor of a general State primary next year for the selection of a candi date for Senator Former Gov Bob Taylor is also in favor of n primary and as Carmack is willing there seems now no doubt it will be held provided the State organization agrees to foot the bill Here and Th- erean won the Clark stake at Louis yule Saturday A flour famine is threatened In Chloe go owing to the inability to get it de livered Robert Carter of Rockcastle was run over and killed by a freight train nt Langford The 33th annual convention of tho Kentucky State Dental Association is being held at Lexington- In a collision between a patrol wag on answering a riot call andII street car at Chicago nine persons were in jured A Chicago man was arrested on the charge of pouring kerosene on his wife and infant child and burning them to deathAn equestrian statue of Gen N B Forrest the Confederate cavalry lead er will be unveiled at Memphis this Irene and Edna Bottorff of Goshen were drowned while attempt- Ing to ford a swoolcn stream in Jeffer son county Thomas McCall a railroad watch man in Memphis shot and killed Edith Ferguson am Hal Williamson and committed suicide W P Robinsont presumably a luna tic killed persons fatally wound ed a fifth and blew the top of his head off at San Diego Cal ownI While handling a supposedly ed revolver Shirley Ellis 16 years old was accidentally shot and badly wound EminenceA ed by his first cousin Ellis Crabb at taI Fe passenger train was ditched near Emporia Kan through pnsjsengersNine thousand eggs sold in one sea son by one breeder is a pretty good record This is what J D Stodghill of Shelbyville has done this Spring They went to 14 different States Several of the town boards in Oklahoma are adopting ordinances requiring citizens to dig cyclone pits At Hinton- it has been decided to station a sentry- in the bell tower on cloudy nights He IItheWas Wasting AwayII had been troubled with kidney dlI sease for the last five years writes Robert It Watts of Salem Mo I 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 me and I am npvv sound and well During the Summer kidney Ir regularities are often caused by exces she drinking or being overheated Attend to the kidneys at once by using Foleys Kidney Cure G L Penny I WILL sell on next county court day June 12th in front of the 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 Oft vacant lot next to Mr W P Tate and then 52 feet with house on it reserving 10 feet for a mutual passway and then will sell as a whole taking the best bid The whole lot is 112 feet wide and 350 feet deep J W Hayden Paris Ky Two of cows owned by G V Green of Hopkinsville and to be sold in the public Hale at Louisville Thursday have made the following tests Twinise 141607 twin daughter of Den fees Tormentor seven days test gave 202 pounds of milk which made 14 Ibs oz of butter Sophies Omega 173751 in seven days gave 270 pounds of milk which made 14 pounds 7 oz of butter A Good Family Liniment Every family should be supplied with a hottlo of Chamberlains Pain Balm For cuts bruises burns scaMs 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 tho parts to heal In about onethird the time required by the usual treatment As it is an antiseptic all danger from bloodpoisoning is avoided Sold by Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Ky CHURCH MATTERS The Southern Baptist convention at Kansas City has concluded its labors and adjourned Rev Dr T T Eaton of Louisville was nominated for president of the Southern Baptist Convention at Kansas City but declined the honor 14 Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1905 as far as reported Madisonvillc August 1b days Danville August 23 days Harrodsburg August 84 days Fern Creek August 1501 days Shephordsville August 154 days Lawrenc burg August lb4 days Vanceburg August 1G4 days Guthrie August 173 days Sholbyvllle August 224 days Springfield August 234 days Nlcholasvllle August 2943 days Bardstown August 304 days dayIy Lexington September 1S6 days Henderson September 206 days Falmouth September 2iJ days Owonsboro October 10b days MATRIMONIAL Mr and Mrs J H Matheny of liar rodsburg celebrated thoir golden wed ding last week Miss Frankye Dotyof Lancaster and W E Harden of Birmingham were married in the parlors of the lintel Glyndon at Richmond by Rev E E Weaverof the Presbyterian church Judge Miller of Louisville held in a suit to compel the payment of alimony that it was not a good excuse for defendant to set upthat he had married again and was compelled to support anotherwife Best for Women and Children On account of its mild action and pleasant taste Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup is especially recommended for women and children It does not naus onto or gripe like pills and oiJlnary cathartics Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup aids digestion and stimulates tho liver and bowels without irritating them Itomombor the name Orino and refuse substitutes GL Penny Misses Irene and Edna Bottorff were drowned Saturday near Prospect while attempting to cross a creek THE WARPIELD Trial SJ4 Trotting Dark bay tuition 1S3X hands foaled Aug 1601 bred by Village Farm Est Au 2128ILord March Lady of tbe Manor lirlrat Law King Charles Mocking Hoy Merret all with records under 208H First dam Naughty dlrl by Re x Amerl cn6 I3JCO Sod dam bv Mambrlno King l279 3rd dam Dutlet by Siutwood 600 4th dam Topaz by ftratbmore bib dam Millard by Albion lIb dam Ned br Edwin Forest 7th dam Lady Turner by ilambrl Chief Tbe Warfield was worked only 00 days tait season and showed a 224 clip over a bad half mile track He U 10und1OOd beaded good palled good wind good fret and legs and kind and easy to handle in ant out of daylieOwens neur MciUnney at Its to Inure living colt Marti traded off or bred to another horse forfeits Insurance and makes season money due Lien retained on cotta until season Is paid ENOLEMAN k OWENS Qo l r e Little Things Its the little matters of lire and tho little tiling jji business 1that wo must fIthl bolow are seluq of tho Lttlo Things in qUr stock Shoe Polish in black nt 5 nml 1OcPnn nntl While nt lOe Shoo Laces in every oonoolvablo thing front a roiind Alton lace at flojwr doKon to tho note very now and very Adda julk Indo Itl2o par pair Cull Button nt bOo n palrj guarnli ff l 61 for tliroa yotirsf if broken in that time ft now pair without a workn bettor one for 81 with NUIIO giirirnnte0 Collar nut r Itt- our with fame gunmtoe 2Cc Wntoh Fobs COo to 5 Cuff tHuldor lOoa pair Collar Springs fie Garters 10 and S6o Sleeve Holders 0 10 nail 2Co n pair Handkerchief hem stitched G10anti 25c Silk handkerchiefs 28 DOc BOllf1 Harris Suspenders bettor than nriybodyV 9o to II A jpccinl lot of heavy cutpeudoni fbr laboring men nt 25 50 nnd 75c H J MROBERTS STANFORDI v Tw Iaphntrrw laps snow of thfiii win lUlhnrlHtnufonl FOR SALE I McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS I offer for tale my mill and residence In UcKlnnaT Ky Mill has flour of dayMullsery In good repair Has storage capacity of 3000 bushels of wheat also large corn bins and cribs Wagon scales operated from office coat bins and lee house All under root Never falling water In mill lot Milt is within 100 feet of Cincinnati Southern n- It track and has private siding The loca Sloe Is good for the following reasons Kinney is nearest market to many of the largest wheat and corn growers In Lincoln large territory tarnishing custom grinding The feed and coal bunions In connection with mill pays well No trouble to market all products from mill Resi dence Is a twostory six room frame wltb cistern on back porch Milk hone at back door cemented all comparatively new Large barn buggy house In mill lot On Count of my eyesight and health generally my physicians have advised me to quit the milling business For further particulars call on or address Dr Edw Al corn liustonvllle Ky or W II McKlnney Stanford Kv MISS JENNIE McKINNEY McRinneyKy Administratrix The Gibraltar of Rockcastle CountyiFinancial Institut- ionsCITIZENS BANK OF BRODHEAD KY Offers to the People a Safe and Conservative Banking System Accounts of Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited Give us your business and we guarantee n pleasant and profitable relation Pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of 8100 or more when left in the bank and not upon for n period of six months J W HUTCHESON Cashier Ie Weve Hired 1 Uncle SaUlAs our agent to snow and SKLLour an tnvtttmtnt through him whhiii Is better than a Govern ment Bond This Is a special offering of mens Spring Suits at 10 andII They are black Thtbets for dress Caulmercs and yorstedinlight medium and dark patt rn for business wear They are GUARANTEEDALIrt0OLand- made In thoroughly ujvtcxUte styles What we ask to dot nnd ask for alii plea ant measure blanks saying you TInS ad in TillS paper Ours Is the largest and oldest house In our line In the Houtli Wi OWN our building and have done bunlnerson the BAMU SPOT forever FORTY YHAUH- WesellCLOTHINO HATS and FURNISH INGS for men and boys SIIOKS for every body We 1AV nxlRrta on send all goods sunJHClO APPROVAL Style boob for all line on request Let us hear from you LEVYSThird LOUISVILLE Cant iBe Tachedr i for painting houses i Tha reasons plain Mastic Is the purrat therefore tho most durable and cconom leal There is a whole string of other fellows claim ing just as good as Mashie but they dont prove It Maybe they cant The analysts of Mule in pub lished Its mode of pure lead zlno and linseed oilUtO most durable kind of paintand its purity is therefore unquestioned As purity means durability the splendid wearing qualities of Mastic have given it tho title of The JCtiul Tmt Znttt and this title Is backed up by our absolute guarantee Masllc is made by PEASLEE GAULBERT CO Inc LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY and we heartily recommend to your trade FOR SALK V f PENNYS DRUG STORE SPECIAL SALE FOR County Day Week Beginning on Monday next we will begin n sale that will etartle the na givothemtives in prices and values We have too many goods and must unload them t Mens Black Worsted nnd Cheviot Out Coats USe Mens Sunday nnd Working Pants nt 48c Childrens Cneimcro Suits nt 7Cc up Childrens Pants Iflc up Mens and Boys hats ICc up Boys Caps 9c up Mens and Boys Shoes USe up Ladies and Misses Shoes nt 7Cc up teus Sunday Shirts with or with out collars 24c- Suspenders for Boys and Men at Co up Stanford tKy II Court Heavy Brown Cotton IJc upj 1JalliCiNice Childrens Stockings Co up Mens Socks Co up Lilies nUll Misses Corccfs lOo up Baby Shoe different color 190 tipLot tagedBlnck mill White Thread 200 t yards two pjwols for Gc j Ladies Belts 9c up- i Lead Pencils Co dozen S Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY CeokoveMOne a t For Coal or Wood at 8 This is less than cost S H ALDRIDGE Phone 116 Depot St Stanford Ky p r eio t F Sr tIIRD Ky Mvv 11 i lIhy1 to OUlIotr and to aicitin demands tho host materials must caroful sorvlco In preparing anell prescription That way are fllletl at Pennys Drug Store PERSONA JAS T MrNKrnE loft Saturday for- New Orleans liON W L WILUAMB of Lancaster was here Saturday Miss PBARL RoUT of Hustonvillc with relatives here Miss DOHA BROWN of Casey la with Miss Mosaic lanham MIss RIIODA WliiTB Is convalencing from a severe illness Mns JANE UALLEW of Garrard U with Mrs J W Rout Miss AUCB PICKETT of Sholliy ii with Mrs Will Severance MRS T M UUTT of the HlKhland section is of appendicitis RBV H MILLS and wife have returned from a stay at Ixindon- DR It A JONES Is hero from Cin cinnati for n few days on businaw ATTORNEY J S OWSLBY JR was In Louisville yesterday on busino loIns W R HICK of Louisville was on Fridays train bound for London MR It H BATSON of Lancaster took this mornings train for Louisville MR KOHBRT L COt Y of Lebanon Junctlon spent Sunday with his parents f hereMRS ELIZA PORTMAN is with her daughter Mrs H It Bright In Lox ington t REV P J Ross and family left this morning to visit relatives in Oldham M E F18II and little grandson Monte of Crab Orchard are here with relatives MISSES EVA AND MAKOAUCT BAILEY I of Hamxlsburg are with the Misses NewlandDR L DAVISON Is attending the State Dcntal Association meeting in t LexingtonOro ELLIS went to Crab Orchard Sunday to drink the health giving waters MH SHBITON M SAUKLEY was over from Frankfort Sunday to sco his moth er and friends MISSUH MATTIB MAB AND LIIIJB LEAVFLL of Garrard arc with Miss Tcvia Carpenter DR W II OBASNON Will called to Crab Orchard Sunday to see Mrs A II Itastin who is ill MISSB8 ClILOB AND SAIUH BAUOII MAN of Stanford were In tho city today Danville News Mn GEOROB A McKoiiEiiTS of Covington is hero with his brother Mf II J Mcltobcrts- MR AND MRS J E NEVIUS and Miss Nellie Dlllion of Lancaster spent Sunday with Mrs Mattlo Nevius MR J S WELLS and family of Danville Bjwnt several days with Mrs Wells father and sisters at Walnut Flat MR Eo PBYTON and wife nrooccupy Ing their cottage on Whitley Avenue I recently vacated by Mrs Gran Mcr shonMRS CEo L PENNY was hostess at an elegant reception for Miss Stone of Liberty Friday afternoon from 4 to 6 oclock THE Current Event Club will meet i with burs John H Foster at Crest- on Thursday May 25th instead of Thursday May 18th t THE Daughters of tho Confederacy 1will have a called meeting at tho home of Mrs J S Owalcy Jr at 2 r M tomorrow Wednesday Miss SALLIB DUUDEUAU was called to Birmingham yesterday to attend tho bedside of Mrs Ed Duddcrar who Is very ill of typhoid foyer Mil GHIMKS BEAZLKV and sister Miss Alice Bcazley of Stanford were the guests of their brother Mr E T Bcazley last SundayHarrodaburg democrat TilE MISSES MOUNT of Lancaster r were shoppers In the citY voafnrdnv Mrs Sam Owsley of Stanford was the guest of her sister Mrs Gussie Phil k lipsAdvocate JUDGE M SAUFIEY went to r Frankfort this morning to sit on the appellate bench In an important case which ho was appointed special judge In by Gov Beckham Mn J I HAMILTON of Lancaster took the train here yesterday for Mem him phi Mrs Hamilton to Stanford Mr hasJust recovered from a serious his former self agaim r r JIIvHdV Ij = t11 r SHOES AND SLIPPERS FOR LITTLE FOLKS 1 4i Our showing of Ghildran0 Shoos and Slippers for Summer wenr embrace all the now shnpcs nod leather We have them in cheap inwllurii nnd fluo gratify j Black Talent Tan and Whhb If you want shoe perfection for the children get ZoiglerV- i Train the feet in a good Shoe nnd avoid tender teat in nftur years r SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKYllLOCALS IKr tolection of Cut GlUM and Sol Iltl Silver flatware at W H Mueller t IJOliN DAWSON a hardworking clov died Sunday of a complication of troubles GUKTAIN stretchers swings suttee Also new line of rugs und druggota just received Tribble Ponce Font SALK Piano used less than 1 year Armstrong make and sweet tone W H Mueller jeweler ISUorn to ths wife of Dink Farmer a son Dink Jr This is the 16tl child horn to Mr and Mrs Farmer PLANTS 50000 sweat potato plan j for sale Brazilian 20c Southern Qucc and Burmuda ICc per hundred W S Wigham Moryland SARA JANB GUBST wife of San Guest died very suddenly yesterday morning in Mack4vllo of heart trouble She will bo hurled today MAYOH COOK of Hast St Ix uis has put late dancing under the ban Now let Mayor Florence do likewise and a vote of thanks will be given him TUB kings Daughters of Turners villa church will give a strawberry and ico cream social nt the schoolhouse on Friday evening 19th Supper 25c ALL members of Stanford Hoj Club are requested to meet at W S Burch law office tonight at 730 an important business is to be transacted I mxpEcto be imofce during the present week to collect ulall my accounts antI attend to any of my work that may not be satisfactory H A Jones D D S Tnruu will be n oral excursion over the U N to Louisville next Sunday at 176 for the roundtrip The train leaves the depot here at 630 A A conch will be reserved for white passengers AUCTION I will sell atauction at Brodhead on Saturday May 20 some new Buckbonrds Buggies steel and rubber tires Also some secondhand ed vehicles and harness J P Chand ler auctioneer Is a very exciting game of base ball at Lancaster Friday afternoon Stan fords second Warn lost by the small score of 2 to Jako VnnArsdale and Beverly Bout did the battery work for Stanford nnd played an excellent game Foil HKNT Homo on Logan Avenue vacated by S U Cook Good garden liartly plnnUid outhouses cistern and hydrant number of fruit trees and a most desirable homo in every way For further particulars see Dr J F Pey lon Tau attention of theladies is called to tho large advertisement of A B Robertson Bro which appears on our fourth page It tells of a big clean ing up sale this well known Danville firm will begin today and continue for several days INTIIFCOUNTY COURTJJ Reid of Kingsvillc section wus held to the circuit court in 100 to keep the peace Mrs Ellen Martin had her husband Jim Martin arrested on the charge of as sault and battery and nlso to keep the peace Ho was held lo circuit court in 100 on the former charge and 150 for tho latter These cases were all tried before Judge J P Bailey GRADED SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS Thursday evening nt 8 l literary nnd musical program at auditorium Prices 2615 and lOc Friday evening reception to Mr and Mrs Bosley Sunday morning 11 oclock Baccalaureate sermon at Christian church by Elder L M Omer A most excellent program made up of pupils from all the grades will bo given at the auditorium Thursday evening 18th Seats 23 15 and lOc dameVGUEST Guest of Crab Orchard one of tbo few survivors of tho old Kentucky turfmen was a vis- Itor at tho track yesterday lie has only three horses nowall twoyear olds and they arc now at Churchill Downs Ibis pet is a bay colt by Imp Gay Lad Miss Dillon named Gill Boyle whicU is entered in tho Nursery Stakes This fellow Mr Guest declares is a better colt than the great Terra Cotta which he owned was at the same ageCourier Journal 44i rCA rlit AGBNT J S HICK sold 15 Uckota to Cincinnati Sunday IT has ralnod ovury day for n weok and it leeks as if thoro U more to fol low JOHN lltar3hr formerly of this place has bought n 8000 home In Dan vine r IP you want bridal presents that an rJonesCAitDB26 nicely printed visiting cards for 25c 50 for35c or 100 for 50c This office WE have Riding and Walking Cult valors also millet seed for sale E T Ponce Co- MiLLRT and cane geed hay and bed of all kinds cheap for casht J H Baughman Co FULL line of furniture carpets drug gets rugs lace curtains shades amI wall pallor Tribble Pence I HAVE accepted the agency for a monument house and will be glad to figure with those thinking about buying n tombstone or monument J C Me Clary COltRftCTIOS Our types made us saj in Mr W H Higgins ad that he would have an expert to do repairingo binders and mowers gratuitous but it should have read that he would not have one Tile Colored church of Logantown had Isaac Hayes colored arrested for breaking their gate down and otherwise injuring their property and he was mulcted to the tune of g5 and costs in Judge JP Baileys court Saturday NOTICE All persons desiring to buy the stock of goods and fixtures in the store of J T Jones bankrupt will present their bids to mo on or before the 23rd dnyof May 1105 Any infor mation in regard to same will be given upon npplicat on I reserve the right to reject any and all bids T II Shanks Trustee FIRE AT KISGSVILLE At an early hour this morning W L McCartys largo store at Kingsvillc was found to be on fire and the blaze hud gained such headway that it was unable to extinguish it The flames went from the store to the residence of Mr McCarty and it too burned Only the furniture in the home was saved little or nothing was gotten out of the store Tho fire started in the back part of the store but its origin is a mystery Mr Mc Carty carried an immense stock of goods and his loss is very large He was in Stanford when he heard of hisj misfortune We were unable to get the amount of insurance carried but it is known to be considerable THOSE of our people who did not attend the recital at Waltons Opera House Friday evening given by mem bers of Miss Ellen Ballous music class assisted by the Central University Glee Club missed a most enjoyable enter tainment The first number Hhapso die No 12 rendered by Misses Allie Huffman and Virginia Bourne elicited much applause The vocal solo by Miss Lillio Mae 1eavell showed that young lady the possessor of a rich cultivated voice She appeared the second time during tho evening and again delighted her hearers Oscar Letcher who is a good comedian made a capital Negro and brought down the house with funny jokes anti sayings Miss Mary McRoberts gave a piano solo that did credit alike to herself nnd her instructor Mrs Walter Denham of Boyle who is especially good in Negro dialect rend several times nnd her efforts were always well received Messrs C F Clark and T F Andrews of tho Glee Club favored the audience with solos while the quartette singing of tho club was n feature of the evening Miss Mary Higgins piano number was well executed and highly enjoyed Stan fords little whistling wonder Miss lerta lean Penny who always dues well gave LArdita most beautifully Misses Huffman and Bourne each rendered piano solos which brought forth much favorable comment as well as deafening applause Tho Glee Club nl so furnished splendid string music and in many ways added to the pleasure of the evening Tho club is composed of Messrs T F Andrews Herbert Spen cer Woods Dudley Frank Flaig C F Clark P B Moss end Oscar Letcher all pleasant young gentlemen good mu sicians and clever in every way i While returning from a visit to a young woman Thomas Hayes 17 years old was shot and instantly killed at SmHhvllle Tonn Mrs Martha Coleman u dead at Dan ville aged SSeSho was the mother of Rev T H ColomanIShirley Ellis accidentally shot by his cousin E11U Crabb at Eminence isI deadFifty horses were killed in a fire in a brewing companys stable at Chi cagoChicago police were again compelled to quell a riot among striking school boysIt is believed the Japanese are pre paring for an advance on Vladivostok William Buchels and his wife of Udoll Kan were burned todeath The plumber and the coal man Are thro with us I trow So the iceman and the beer man Will ta e their innings now Lumberand Shingles K WMl end lunilHTf tniit Init JI1Irrt pike FOR SALE I KlRhtyom nctvn inllcn of Htnnfonl Ky good Intnl fourroom iottn i woI l orchrs other oiitl ull llniirunnlnK llirouirli thr rt ittfr of farm tlftvlllkjCt1onlnilf cu h Uilnnct to cult put PliiiMr Wiinttill tbetlmlKrnml OIlllnndl I cimuit JErItooEKNrlit Fwnklln IlulUllne Knoxvlllf Trim rove your colts cm trntttl by T F GROSSPm- nchcrsvllleSytau wellknown Cna trntor of horse und Borst doctor Hotll- fllclO1lotllllrllllhtd J S Murphy Son Hedgeville Kentucky Invite you to liijMCt their stock of goal nod Yt tliflr prlcvii Thfy want a nhnrc of your imtronncf anti tot it If lIood goals nt low prices Ii what you aunt Give tlivlii n roll WItH Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY The lJU t In Jewelry Hltvcr OutHlum Watrbt8 anti Clucks in Htook The New Mason Hotel RATES S200 PER DAY Lancaster Ky Wm SHUOASS PreprUtcr- ElKttlc LlghU In every room Rtfumhhd end under entltt Ntw MinBtment Botlhe livorlt potter mtttt all trains Large Well aghted Sample Room FRUITS SHADE TREES ETC Mr J II formerly of Lincoln county wilt radon the farmers null cltlxvnr emerally with n full line of nr tcliik8 fruit ornamental and hmle Ircts TIlt linn of llrown Urns Co of Hoc luster Nnn the recoBnliul lenders In tale line In this conn try Alt toCk absolutely true to name lint gunruntt rti liyncnihrajiltal of over llul- In with acre artuiil utircery cultlvntlon ills him a trIll lie will IR lit 1101 Jnrninl Mitduon and Lincoln ilurliiK the following fw wwk McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Kentucky ManufacturerMof Lln ey FlnnneJ Jllld Yarn Hrttf ell lIoWlnrthCall or write for prices A Kent wanUd Commissioners Sale I IJohll Lincoln Circuit lollrtIWnll IlnlntllT vi jt nl iHfemiiint Notice of Hole rurkiiiint to a juilumeut of the Lincoln circuit court remleml In h nUive styleil fiction lit the Kehrunry term court the utu1er lgnetl Miikter Louunlswtoner- If ni Id court will on MONDAY JUNK lnJIIIIoIIAliout i In front of tho Iollrhoud- OOf11I e Stanford Ky sell at juilillo outcry highest unit Kot bidder the following Ihhr1wd estate kltuuteil In Lincoln OIl11t Ky on the water of preen Hlver told IlImllIli rrllx d as follow Heplnnlni lit u white oak corner to A Mnrtlu and luck Wnll thence HRS W 45 five Inkstnastonelu Ihllliert ltlctturds line thenco with hlM line N ftl W ltr lobs nml 15 link to n stone Vllllniu WnlU corner hIlt with hU line N lH K W P leH and 15 links to u utonecorner to a new HUB Ixtween William Willi lid A Martin thence with wild II nil a S K Axlratoii wtunela Mar tins lint thence his line H OI W J5 jxileH to the iKKlnntni contnlnlnu acres two tsslennd21 11101O8 of Innd tri acres 2 rasls nud Sl KUi The amount 1I00Ilr to Ie realized from thin wile Is the stun of ntnty ilollart litsli and Interest thereon nt the rote from April P0- 1millottisulletttothe following creillU 1Jce IdpUII paid We rioco tBof thrsoction ore to lie reul 1111 from thus Mile The wilo will lw node on n rredlt of MX Ii iiontlt unit thti purchaser will tw requlr bond for tho nionrywtth- pprovettsrcurltytoyaibleto the Ooniii l titerest fromloner Into of suie A Pen will be rvtulned on the In lid for tho purchnso price GBO B SAUFLEY M C L C C 2 u H I COLLARS ARES LINEN Two for 25c In Now York State where nearly nil Collars are made the law requires that ifa collar is stamped LINEN that it shall be inane of LINEN Look on your Collar and if it is not stamp ed LINEN and FOUII PLY it isCottOn nnd ThreePly and you are not getting what we would furnish you for the fame money Why buy Cotton Collars when you can get Linen ones at tho same price Cotton Collars the kind you hey 2 for 25c at other stores you can buyof usfor lOc but it pays to buy the best Get ull ifcl They are Linen CUnniNS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky To The Buying Publicf We have bought out the stock of Grocer ies Hardware Queensware Etc of John Bright Jr Co and now are in charge oflthe 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 RefrigeratorsI CEO H FARRIS STANFORD W B McRoberts IdDRUGGIST Sells Kurfces Ready Nisei Paints Every gallon Guaranteed There is none better New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lead Oil Also A Tested and Sure Bed Bug Destroyer y tI- prc c j SV Ij i The Interior Journal- t a t Entered in tilt Poll Office al Stanford Mcondclaii maUer FOR SALE I ElgM hunireJ acres of u IinllinJ ai you will fin1 In Central with twenty thouun1 dollII worth of brick bulliinrsonun4 running water free pike close to this clt only Ito an acre W II BLAKELEY Bowling Green Ky For Sale Privately house and 10 acres ot land Iltuated lust outside of town limits on the Somerset pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and ler- stable and allcellarTanta room good necessary outbuildings Water hydrant InI the yard one for J P BAI- LEYNOTICE You should see us before let out Jour house carriage and root piloting raper We here sam of l hanging a oftblorldpaper from three leading houses and can sell you wall cheaper than can steal lt Estimates furnished on aI plleatloe All work guaranteed streetnEIDICN Co INSURANCEvInd NtnrnllIdfP nll- tAlCllt Ftrt Jlghtlllll nlulhut th r IaylugjlteOUlenl MAHONY Stanford Kentucky KoMdince Phone No Si ReA JONES Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office in flyers House Parlor Phone No1 J H BOONE ft CO proprietorscj LIVERY fiND FEED STflBL Stanford Kv Good LlTery SerTlce at Reasonable Rates Also Dealers li Call on us on Depot Street Ooal BRECKINRIDGE My block luck will inuki tin neon of utiililrone ladle from 1rincln rsvlll nl on my the Irriulii rHVlllr A Htnufonl tilke lit 1j Insure a colt llv months old lie Is n our 1to cttter unit mule lurk lIij me II who Imve eolts will tsllf Mums truil td or uirtetl with wlthotttstttisfytagInceon- eernlugtht estan forfeit the nlMi H mew mure at JIS5 per 1II01lihIMy nfrsonil attention given to hilt will not IIP rMIKJII lIrIoltleutshouUI OH Axttltr PMacletraviligy BDCARTER r Successor to Bruce sit Carter t Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection Give Me Your Order I Can Please Your Why buy ready made clothing whey there Is so little Jilllrence iu the price ol high grade ready made suits acd a suit made to out measure taken byan ex pelfenced tailor I have a handsome 11ne of 5priog goods I cm make from low price business suit to the flout these i unit Also Spring overcoats nod troun 3W The company I represent is one ol the beat I also have a line goods I make up mutt for those who prefer IL II C RUPLEY the Tailor ELECTRICIAN 5007 l Rice Record aaa 14 i Sire tJf ani Klectrlmont sat 14 crctchen 914 14 Prince H sal 14 Lett aa3 own brother to Crateful saa j In list Electrician Is i brown stallion if 14 hands high P stinJard reclitered He Is by Electioneer sire ol t 166 dams of by Hambletoman 10 sire of 49 dims of i8 lie by Abdallah I sire of dams of r Kent mite by Imp liellfounder Electricians ist dam Rebecca dam of Btrnul sti Rexford rss Atlant 26 Russnole s etc Rebecca by Gen Benton sire of al Jams of 68 he Jim Scott 8j6 sire of Lady Benton by Grays HambletonUn 10 Sec ond dam aorab Jam of Clifton Bell 114 14 Idella a jo and Chimes Bell sire of Van Zadt 109 14 she by AWHUli Star Third dam Emma Mills dam of j etc by American Star islrn Is a royalbred horse foe style and ac lion with great beauty He Is a horse that possesses great speed and gameness although his record Is on lyji l4 he repeatedly showed miles In aa3 number of his get tats been told for roadsters bring ing from to liyxj As most of his colts are beauties with fine a Iionstyle and size I can recom mend him as a great stock horse Will make the season on sang conditions and al same place as Clay King at the fee of Sit CLAY KING 2964iRecord star j4 Sire of Dick Wilson ao3 The King aio ta lls U aiT Tom Phalr rts p Nellie Bruce ai8 14 Gay Wilkes star 14 Daisy Mn 14 Guar1aa 14 The Raven sa6 Justin M as6 IIDorado 337 14 and eight others with records of bet all trotters but Dick r ter than jo By King Clay SIC of Mist LI1uao4 Mar f bs 114 oaT j4 Eola atg 14 Klngbrlno aaoDoc aj j aEJgaraaSia a aya etc tit dam Any aau 14 by Volunteer dam of Clay King aar s and grani dam of Volo Mali r 0151 Julian SL Patrickn 14 Sire 411 14 au ia others sons have sited and dtughteri have produced Dick rat tj Strongwood an j4 llomestake ai4 i4 etc ad dim Belle Brandon by llambletonlan to dam of aio 14 Gov Sprague aao ia tiro of jS Wllmar ai9 14 sire of a and Wlldalr sire of a Sire of George Wilkes Election Mr Haopy Medium Harold etc jrddam Jenny by Young Bacchus King Oay Saasire of f Is s son of Harry Clay dam Modesty sa6 taby Tom Woddtr ad dam Wells tam of itt ia by American Sur J dam by Emmons Du rocClay King with any kind of stud opportunltes would today N In the first tight of successful sires of extreme speed Ills stud career Is practically Just f begun and there Is not a horseman in the Blue Grass State who Joel not regard him as a wonderful sire of early and extreme speed Eveiy man at th Lexing ton track has seen his get accomplish what has never been done by the produce of any oilier horse they have seen his quarters In js 14 seconds and then sell for startling prices they have seen t older representative show as much speed gameness god genuine race horse qualities as those of any sir ever quartered In Kentucky I Clay K ng will make the season of IMJ at the low priCtoC in to Insure a living colt A lien retained upon the foal to secure the payment of the season All care will be taken to prevent accidents to stock In f trusted to our care tut any occur we will not lb responsible forth same W B BURTON Lancaster Ky f For Rent or Lease A splendid large dry Roods storeroom and a large warehouse attached recently occupied Levy linn Stanford Ky Ap ply for particulars to J B Owsley or to The County National Dank J B OW9LEV Stanford Ky E D peytonDEALER IX Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Cilice over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owaley Building Dar i Traylor DIALIR in tfHIskn Brandy Wines Beer GIflars Etc KYDlosePrompt InJfontilltlniion Nothing but 0 drink order rerelyel iroapt attention W RESTORATIVE CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY phyInCmentalpersonal magnetltall the true type of perfect manhool beltll7Hrvlldwpmolltanilmako uortb NaveCarernMtrritrlln SI Mn n4 oinrrtroubleau UIMaaliI to rotnnd1f DoH or 11101114 PErrER MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO S A son SALE AT FEASTS DEUO stOnE Je L iiioJI VnJertaKers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture Mattillg Rug They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e 1 CcelaTy Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnesSaddIerj Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY FRESTON922 This premium saddle stallion of Ihe world will make the season of 1905 at the stable of C Bailey on Old Lancaster Street in Stanford Ky Preston is a brown horse 13 years old I5 hands hipth a perfect model with great style action and speed Preston was sired by Washington No he by Cromwell No 73 ist dam Delle Roderick ad dam by a Denmark horse Preston has shown against and defeated allthe great show horses of Kentucky such as Kentucky Artist owned by T Crenshaw of Lexington Ky and Montgomery Chief owned by Ball Bros Why you should breed to Preston i Because he is the greatest show horse Kentucky ever produced 3 Because he is siring great show horses such as Electra that was sold to Senator Yare for 2000 Rebecca that sold at New York Exchange to Geo Vat son for S650 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 8500 3 Because he is the only saddle stal lion that ever sired a team of harness geldings that sold for Scooo 4 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 that any other saddle stallion in Kentucky I will be glad to show him to any one at my stable and invite those wishing to breed to a fine saddle stallion to see him 15TOMares grazed at 2 per month Care ta responsibleJ C BAILEY Stanford Ky w FARMERS DEPARTMENT H Floyd sold to A D Coleman oC IJ a pair of mules for 325 J Embry Sons sold to J H Baughman Co a lot of corn at f2G deliveredT Reedof Boyle sold to tho Parksville Roller Mills 175X barrels of corn at 285 Eon RENT Either to graze or cut 40 acres good clean timothy Mrs Eliza Harris Hubble Ky FORSIEAn extra fine Jersey milk cow Fresh and good mtlki Bert Matheny Maywood M M Sandidge sold to Lutes Co- 30 800 pound cattle at 4c and to Mackin of Lebanon a bay gelding for 300 ESTBAYED OR STOLENDark r d sow pig black spots weight 35 pound Information thankfully received A M FelandaG W Robinson bought the Bob Davis homestead near Burgin of J A Shuttleworth for 42607 The place contains 370 acres The top price for cattle on the Chicago market during April 1905w 7 The top prices for the corresponding months of the five preceding yen were us follows 1904 5580 1903 5EO 1902 750 1901 6 1900 6 It is said that the damage in Mont gomery county as a result of the downpour of rain will amount to many thou sands of dollars Corn and tobaci crops have been retarded or ruined and much planting will have to be doneI over again The sale of Shorthorn cnltlqat Mt Sterling by W B RIgg Was we attended and the 36 head sold made thej satisfactory average of 178 The or the sale was io5 paid by J AI Wear of Plymouth for the cow iridesGiftfDr Charles Markwoll of Milner has a pair of twoyearold mule 1bought Field for 350 At the Clark county court Mr Gullfoile or Montgomery county sold a pair of e tm good mules for JlFarmers Home Journal DANVILLE CoultTA big crowd at ended Danville court yesterday but all kinds of business was quiet No cattl were on tho market but a number of horses and mules changed hands at 100 o250 Some Boyle National Ban stock sold at 154DO A E Hundley of Boyle bred and raised Beautiful Bess the great 2yetu old filly that so easily won the Debu ante Stake at Louisville last week She was named in honor of Miss Bess unlap formerly of Danville who has a right to feel proud of her ndmesake Beautiful Bess is entered in all of lhe big Eastern stakes and she should annex many of them to her credit How to Ward Off Old Age The most successful way of swmlln olf the approach of old ago Is to main taln a vigorous digestion This can be done by eating only food suited to our age and occupation and whet ny disorder of tho stomach appear take a dose of Chamberlain1 Stomach and Liver Tablets to correct It H ou halo a weatc stomach or are troubled with indigestion you will find mesa Tablets to he just what you1 need For sale by Lyne Bros Crab Orch aro Ky- In France there are 6000000 smokers and of every 15 there are eight who smoke a pipe five who smoke cigars milonly two who use cigarettes sun the French consume more than KWOOO cigarettes a year Wur Against Consumption All nations are endeavoring to check tbe ravagusof consumption tho white plnruo that claims so many victims onch year Folevs Honey and Tir cures coughs and colds perfectly and ou ate in no danger consumption Do not risk your health by taking omo unknown preparation when Poles Hooey and Tar Is safe and CO- ltaln In results Ask for Foleys I1ono- nOlI Tar and Insist upon having It G L Penny DIXIE TIll line Hliitlnml ixmy will nnikc the iirrs Illt HiiiKm ut niv plnci niiir IVytoiiii well lit w to liimirt n hn 11g colt Ile U li hlllll Idghii UtlftiI ottiKl IKIII mill I- IIrfct Individual Con tiiktn to prnyvnt IIcchlIt IllIlhl should III1- Yoccllr Jlurtsgourd0trroxounhlrnteaIIIAItiIMNlJNNi Turner vl Ky Notice to The Public I luAIUtlllOmKlt tllOlxkt liornc HlllKTH mTtlon H with nit nnd I will do plnlli nualiiHliit for nirvntu enitli I urea do liors nlKMlnj nt riimoinililii prices Ikanlgs 0 wiiKoiiiuul IIllUliwllrk piilntlnu iiiul run plfiiw work I uk u slime of your pit trollllll J 14 timer KoimriMt Ht I4tllll- ford Ky SeasonSpecialties crriii dMir window ncrrrin mill Kcfitll 11Ij Him Klimt Vieklese all Htovc 3aico Ollrllllll Hlnidin roll Kxtrn lcm Ilrnck lU MnttliiKK IortliTrei rhdnMtreteltersl1IrjstMtrctuhcr Horult UrllMht1t to llmir Ur CurJt tuudlhlldlng InjorDitorI- ndows IliixT Inlntit Vu rnlsh Htllill ami Kimiiulx Pictures rUIIIlt- IllmildllllMjlfllt Glues llnggliM Now nnu Ooinu nnil sir If you huniuthliiK wPdonotkeys OooIIlv r of liortfH and luiKKlc ami fceil txclIelll undirtiiklngiiilp- nieiitruitt BrothersMoroland Ky 1 a f- bs J 1 DANVILLE KY IiIIDSEASON REDUCTION SALE OFI Dry Goods Notions and Ladies I Furnishings Haying under contemplation extensive alterations in our storeroom which will while in proztws nrnelkaliy III we have decided to hold a general Reduction SnIt Kow tut as to di po e ijuirkly of n big lot of goods anti thus make up for nay time we may lose later This is not a scheme to disilose oia lot of unsaleable gtaoil hut a HuimKide Hdrtion nf thmioflndj of dol lars worth of new and desirable goods in every department of our tore sale Begins Tuesday May ifiin Our Store Will be Closed All Day Monday May 15thtthe stock and make and tho stork to host ndvnntagoTo give us an opportunity to go through new pries arrange to handle the rush of an ulmott everything in the Metro except n few restricted goods have to be changed it will take nilour force a fulltll1 to make the changes We mention below the various linos thai we will mark down but will not attempt to give prices as Qo many would only bo bewildering IWhite Goods Wash Chiffoug 1creian I awns French Lawns Dot Swiss India Lin ens etc all n- tReduced Prices r All Black and Colored Dress Goods Reduced Prices i Hosiery Childrens Hosiery in all Grades Ladies Hosiery Black and Colored plain and lace nil a- tReduced Prices 1000 of Vnl Lacc Net Top Laces AllOver LIICOB Torchons Etc nt Printed Organdies lgtwns Hit tietun Ginghams Vuitw Linens Crepes Icrccrtzed Goods Underwear Gowns Skirts Drawers mod Cor set Covers Knit Pests Pants anti Union Suits all nlI Silk India hi nt PJnln in black nail lorw Silks Poiigm Penu de Sole all mncy dross silk Prices At Upholstery SJ1ortioresKviw Ktc Terms of Sale 11 Spot CashNo goods charged at reduced prices and no goods out on approval tI TrimmingsO- ver pieces Embroideries Reduced Prices Wash Goods Reduced Prices sent Shirt Waists Linen Waists Waists Linen Waists every Grade IReduced Prices Silks Tafleta China atIReduced n- tReduced Prices Furnishings All kinds of Corsets Kid Gloves Handkerchief Belts cold Girdles Fans Veils Umlirvlla Etc nt Reduced Prices t CutGlass Silverware and Jewelry At Reduced Prices I t Silk Shirt Waist Suits Bilk Coat Suits Wool Tailor Suits Separate Skirts of every kind nUll quality at greatly Reduced Prices Our stock of Suits and Skirts in very complete and the priced during this Salo will bo low enough to satisfy lt IJeverybody None of thews will be scut out on approval nor will they be taken back after being sold hut they can bo tried on in our well as could at home and titer if ou do not lau we will leave them to sell someone elsettJ 7- t p t W c DANVILLE KY t I o i 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