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Digital page images are linked to the text file. bt1yl oSr r t a t 7aTt1c ysi w 4t6 J tj THE INTERIOR JOURNALVOL XXXIII d STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 19 1905 NO 23 liON THOMAS H IAYNTEK f Th iNTBRluK JOURNAL today pro BcnU a good likeness of Judge Thomas H P ynter of Grccnup county pre ent judge of the court of appeals nnd democratic candidate for United States 1Senator Judge Pnyntcr is serving his as judge of the court of appeals and Is heretofore invincible Borve l three terms in Congress nnd was elected to the bench while serving his last term During his service on the bench ho has shown himself to he nn able painstaking judge always on A personal conversation with a num her of the jurors in tho Hargta caso disclosed the fact that had there been a conspiracy instruction they would have voted for acquittal all the same One of tho most intelligent of tho Jurors and the ono whom must thought would vote to convict If the r was any possible chance said he did not think Judge Hargis guilty of any 0crime whatever from the proof and ho was to say so after hearing the l The fact of the whole busi 4ness is that If Judge Hargis had been t an ordinary man and had not been high in democratic council tho bitter fight that has been waged against him would r never have been made Tho whole re I publican party was arrayed against him and it is said that its campaign fund was used to encompass the overthrow of the one man who stands In Its way in the 10th Congressional district Of course we knot nothing of the truth of I tho rumor but certain things lend at least suspicion that there is something in it Frankfort Journal The deKMt gold mine in the world is at Bendigo in Australia The mine In question called the New Chum Hall way mine nnd its main shaft is sunk to the depth of 31XX feet or only CO feet short of threequarters of u mile The chief problem In working this deep mine is how to keep the 4tutnels nnd general workings cool onmgh for the miners to work in Tho temperature usually about 103 degrees is terribly enervating and to unable the men to work at nil n spray of cold water is let down from above and kept playing continually on the bodies naked from tho waist upward of tho miners Chamberlains Remed the Very Best 101 liiivo been using ClmmbcrliilnV Cough Remedy and want to say It Is the best cough medicine I hate overtaken It says Gto L Chubb a mer chant of Harlnn Mich There Is not question about Its being tho best as it p will euro n cough or cold hi less tlmo than y other treatment It should t always bo kept In tho house ready for instant use for a com run bo cured In much less time when promptly treated sJ For sale by Lyno Hros Crab Orch nrdKrI LA Mnrblehead fisherman reports hearing while out one day In the bay Jthis bit of repartee between Thomas t Lawson and a young woman evidently no respector of persons As Mr Lawson in a naptha launch passed tho rowboat containing the girl she called out Hullo Tom hows copper T Instnntly came tho retortuFlrst rate Hows brassBoston Herald thirteen hours and n half constitute the working day of a Chinese mill hand in tbocotton factories though In some of themills there is a night shift work fngbut10 hours In SpltO ot the long hours the pay Is very smalli the best workers receiving but 12 cents a slay i l t r jjjjjjjsjjjjjjjj the lido of till people unit his decisions have attracted tho attention of the bench and bar of tho State Judge Iayntor has a charming per sonality and makes friends wherever known He has very properly refused to leave the duties of the bench to en gage In a contest for the Senatorehip But it Is understood that when the court adjourns for the summer vacation he will make a series of speeches throughout the State and ono of these will be- made at Stanford CHURCH MATTERS- The Boyle County Sunday School Convention will be held at PcrryvUlo tomorrow all interested in the work are cordially invited to attend The third annual South Atlantic Mis Southernroopener at N C with 2000 delegates In attend unce The link Hose service will be heldat this Mbreland Union Sunday school building Sunday next at 730 r Everybody Invited to come wearing a pink rose- Sharjwburg has just experienced a great revival which was held In the Methodist church conducted by the Rev J It Savage of Winchester Ten united with the different churches and between 25 and 80 were converted While Rev W J Dunaway of Ash land Va was exhorting his hearers in the Cool Spring Baptist church at Lee Va to take Christ as their refuge in times of storm lightning struck tho building and injured 18 persons several seriouslyKev 0 Guerrant the Kentucky evangelist has returned home from Virginia whore lie succeeded in lo eating n box of valuable papers he stored away near Roanoke Van years ago while he was Acting Adjutant under Col John Morgan Tho paper were hidden to prevent Gen Sheridan from setting possession of them When found the box was in possession of the mm of ths man with whom Adjt Gucrrnnt had loft them T aved by Dynamite Sometimes u flaming city U saved by dynamiting u space that tho Ore cant cross Sometimes n cough hangs on dyyeuro Calhoun Ga writes My wife had a very 1lJ rn vnted cough which kept her IIWIl nightsrlwo physicians could not help her so she took Ir Kings New Discovery for consumption coughs and colds which eased her cough gave her sleep uhf finally cured her Strictly scientific cure for bronchitis ami La Grippe At G L Penny Stanford and Lyno Hros Crab Orchard drug stores price SOo and felt guaranteed Trial bottle free GeorgeI am going to speak to your father tonight darling Ethel But George he has n bad at tack of the gou- tGeorgeInboth feet EthelWhy yes GcorgoAll the better then He wont to hurt me Judge Cleared for Action When the body is cleared for action by Dr Kings Now Llfo pmOU can toll it by tho bloom of health on tho cheeks the brightness of tho eyes tho firmness of tho slosh and muscles tho buoyancy of the mind Try them At LynoIAdmiral it is believed has planned to fight the Russian fleet South r HIGHLAND 1 II P Horton has opened a black srnith shop hereiCook Bros have moved their BOW mill to the Russell place near Otten helm If our people dont get all the they want it is not Uncle Sams fault for he sends three mall wagons thro our Town each day Elbert E Youngpastor of a Clinton county circuit has been at homo for two weeks on a visit to his mother Mrs C M Young who has been very ill While here he preached at the Methodist church tit night lie left yesterday for Albany Mrs C M Young and Miss Minnie Young who have been sick so long are both Improving Miss Della Cook has been very ill with pneumonia for sever nl days Mrs J C King who has been confined to her room for time from the effects orn tnllwas able to attend church Sunday Mrs Lena Butt who has boon very Ill with appendicitis is considerably better Mrs Blankcmahip quite ill from the rheumatism James Smith of nopr Green River went to the home of hw daughterln law Mrs Frank Smith in search of n plow which ho claimed she had On finding the plow and starting home with it Mrs Smith came out on Mr S and emptied the contents of a shotgun into his side when he dropped the plow and with considerable difficulty managed to walk to his home a mile or more Dr Singleton of McKinney was called and dressed the wound At last accounts the wounded man was getting along very well C IL linker whose health has been failing since Christmas loft with his son Ula Thursday for Konesaw Neb In hopes that Jho change will improve him Mart Surber and wife nnd J B Floyd havp gone to Kingman Kas whore they expect to find employment during the harvostseaon John Spires and daughters Misses Minnie anti Le na after spending about two months with relatives In Morgan county where they went with Uie intention of locating have roturne ff Messrs Hall and Baugh with their families of near Science Hill visited the family of Eph Young Miss Hannah Meier who has been at Danville for some time and Miss Emma Meier who has been at Corbin are both at home now Jake nnd Ira Cook of Somerset were with the homefolks Sunday Greenup Baugh and family of near Eubanks are visiting at Logan Bryants Horlan Newell and family of Somerset visited the families of E G Baugh and J R Car rier last week Hugh Young has gone to Louisville J II Carrier who went to Indiana towork in a stone quarry mashed his foot nnd had to come home Mrs Thomas Carrier who was bitten by a copperhead snake some days ago and was dangerously III is getting along nicely now NEWS NOTES Upward of 1500 Hebrew bakers are on a strike in New York Eleven yachts left Now York Tuesday in a race across the ocean W T Adams local editor of the Winchester Democrat dropped dead of apoplexy Chicago job printers are engaged in the opening skirmish of n fight for an eighthour law Police OllkcrWeignnd of Chillicothe 0 was fatally shot lly n Negro burglar ho was chasing Kirk LaShcllo the wellknown theat Tied manager died at Heliport L L of acute diabetes Nan Patterson has signed a contract for a number of appearances at the New York Music Hall A combination of telephone interests affects practically nil of the States east of the Rocky mountains Two of the alleged murderers who escaped from the jail at Smithland were arrested at Caseyville Near Milton William Hudson aged 55 shot his wife to death in a fit of jealousy and then took his own life Miss Alma Callahan 22 years of age was stabbed to death at Chicago by a jealous young woman Miss Edith SmithJupnnesomQthers do not kiss their children though they may press their lips to the foreheador cheek of a very young baby Curtis Jetts thumb on the right hand was cut off by a machine while at work in the chair department of the penitentiary Firo on the launch of Millionaire John S Huyler of New York forced Mr Huyler anti others to jump over board and swim for their lives Judge James It Bolts 85 years old is dead at Grayson He was prominent in law politics Masonry and church work in Eastern Kentucky for 60 years That he was In substance a Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde latter unconsciously and Involuntarily will defense made G Wood a New Jersey man charged with murder i I v LANCASTERt Messrs Lewis Y Leave Joeer H M Ballou and J T Williams left Tuesday for Indian Territory in which place one or monfof them may locate- The commencement exercises of the Graded School ore proving delightful The music furnished by the pupils of Mrs Belle Burnside is excellent and glue ample proof of her careful instruc tion Mr Joe Elsener have returned to Virginia after a visit to Mr and Mrs N Miller Miss Marie Schillings has returned to her home In Richmond after a visit to Miss Elsie Xlmmer Joe S Haseldcn has announced as a candidate for the nomination for coun ty attorney subject to the action of the republican party Mr Haseldon was admitted to tho bar several years ago conventionsPresbyterian church on Saturday May 27 in Lancaster An interesting pro gram has been arranged an allschools are requested to be represented Lunch will be served in the church About a half dozen Knights Tem plar of this city will attend the Con slave at Richmond next week Templars here are members of th Danville Command ry and this Com mandery will give an entertainment on Thursday afternoon R P Ison sold to A T Scott a horse for 125 T A Elkin bought a cow of TuggleIat 1480 J W Sanders sold a milk cow to A C Mites for 25 Mr Roberta sold to J W Tuggle some hogs nt Sic Proto J E Mannix was reelected principal with Misses Fannie Oakley Eliza Smith Amanda Anderson Olivia Sweeney Emma Washburn and MrsI Belle Burnside as teachers by the board of trustees of the LancasterHigh School Prof Ellis will retire from the facult nnd devote his entire time to preaching Rev Henry Faulconer has joined his wife and children who are with rela tives here Mr and Curtis Cover and son and Miss Mollie Brooks Crab Orchard were the guests of ofI W A Beazley Mrs J Bi Kinnaird and little son William who have been with friends in Cincinnati havereturn ed home Messrs Lewis Gill and Wall er Hudson of Central University were at home Tuesday for a short sly ALL SETTLED Papa cant w afford In C The young nnd beautiful girl looked appealing up into the eyes of her fordq parent set my heart on the pUke she said My dear said her kind papa uOU perhaps do not realize what you ask In the first place the Duke wants n million down Then there are so many incidental lie expects me tq have the castle done over with new plumbing throughout Then his debts will have to hepald The girl was silent She loved her father To see him suitor was torture to her young soul Finally she said Papa do you think you could ar range it in say a couple ofyears The old man thought Yes he said at last thing It might bo done Why my dear In answer his daughter flung her arms around his neck Then Its all right she exclaimed Impetuously I have just seen the Duke and he says he can bo bought on the Installment planLifeK- entucky Fair Dates Tho following are the dates fixed for holding tho Kentucky fairs for 1905 as far as reported Crab Orchard July 193 days Mndisonville August 15 days Danville August 23 days j Hurrodsburg August 84 days Fern Creek August 164 days 7 Shepherdsville August 164 days Lawrenceburg August 15I days Vanceburg August 10 4 days Guthrie August 173 days daysSpringfield Nlchdlosvllle August 293 days Bardstown August 304 days Somerset August 29I days Florence August 304 days daysGlasgow The Kentucky State Fair Lexington September 186 days Henderson September 2GC days Falmouth September 27I days Owensboro October 105 days While a bilious attack is decidedly unpleasant it is quickly over when Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are used For sale by Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Ky James Stepensite and John Burncs colored were fatally shot in a pistol fight in the streets of Owings vine i r4 V4J 1 BEAUTY BRIGHTS stylishTheyEasy to take care of Easy to keep looking well i All America Shoos 11acmewhich has more wear than most shiny leathers and is softer and more pliable Let us BeautyBrights SAM ROBINSONDry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats and Caps i Ladies and Gents Furnishings- All are Invited eNext Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANEORD KY If your Binders or Mowers need yds any repairs let us have your order early as well have no expert to do gratuitous work this year Binder r Twine on hand now Give us your workI I W H HIGGINSj15j i STANFORD KY IMADETOPAINTBUILDINGSWITH For Sale by DR W N CRAIG Druggist Stanford Ky To popularize their flew business in new buildings with New Stocks and- Now Lines being added J G Weatherford Co IIUSTONVILLK KENTUCKY Asks you to call and you will be convinced that they can feather your nestum We Are Showing From The Best inanuiiicturors in the country n tine and well selected lino 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 the East End to dress the feet in an uptodate style W E Perkins y Crab Orchard Ky A- tvt4r i 1 T rl The Interior journal E C WALTON WE are under obligations to the Frankfort Journal for the cut of Judge Thomas II Paynter which appears on our first page As Is well known Mr Paynter is a candidate to succeed Sen ator J C S Blackburn and to a man up a tree it looks like he is going to do j Iso lie is even a finer looking gentleman than his picture makes him is one of the very ablest lawyers in the State and is a democrat from head to foot The judge has never known defer and he has made several races howe or not as many as our Senior Senator and heres hoping he will be Eclipse In the race he has recently begun CHRISTIANITY and bustles have at t last struck Africa says the Glnsgc Times Rev Dr A W Halsey sec retary of the Presbyterian Board of eForgeign Missions has returned from t a tour of Congo and says Christianity is making advances in Africa The natives are becoming excited over It The most interesting persons we saw in our journey were the women They wear leaves tied about their waists tied with hemp and a bustle of the same material EDITOR HAHRIS of the Adair News keeps mouthing about his personal col 5umn We will to almost any thing if he will let upin fact we will admit that personals are as importan as his heavy weight editorials if he just- will give us a rest on the subject HENRY CLEWS in nominating 22 of the richest men in the United States puts Rockefeller at the head of the list r with 500000000 Carnegie coming f next with half that amount The amount of tainted money in this country is sim plyawful MR R E HUGHES the clever secreta I ry of the Louisville Commercial Club has our thanks for a passport to the clubs doings In short he has made us- a Press Member an honor we are very grateful to him for THE Kentucky State Journal has al ready enlarged to a sixcolumn quarto and the improvements that have been made since Mr Walton took charge would fill a small volume THE St Louis girl who was given a verdict for 13500 againsta rich Pitts burger for breach of promise says there is no balm in dollars for a wounded heart Here and There t r Dr Frederick W Speirs editor of the Book Lovers Magazine is dead in PhiladelphiaPala outlaw Moro chief has fi nally been killed by Gen Leonard Woods troops A receiver has been named for the assigned banking firm of A C Wilcox Co of New York Albert Herbst Co wool manufact urers of Philadelphia have been ad judged involuntary bankrupts it The Chancellor of Syracuse University has ordered all students who own bull dogs to get rid of their petsv Herbert Leon Kepler a Florida bookkeeper was found dead in a New York hotel with indications of mor phine poisoning In an effort to drive away a number of noisy cats from below her window Mrs Anna Hildebrand fell from a fire escape and was instantly killed Justice Davis before whom Nan Pat f terson was tried in New York is out in tI a long interview claiming that Nan isI guiltyand ought to have gotten the limitf investigation at Nashville Tenn developed the fact that Mattie Bell Halleman a 12 yearold gill i tad in regular burglar fashion en tered and robbed several residences r Miss Harriett Crabtree an Indian fgirlof Muskogee I T has been ap i pointed sponsor for the Creek and Sem inole brigade of Confederate veterans r at their reunion at Louisville in June i State Revenue Agent A M Harri ti son says he is informed that the Caleb Powers defense fund has reached 1SC i 000 He will make an investigation and if ho finds it true will file suit to subject it to taxation 7Just as the Baptist convention in St Louis was about to adjourn for the day Rev Dr Cushing president of the Baptist University at Rangoon India was stricken while sitting on the rostrum and died before medical assistance had arrived President Samuel Spencer of the Southern railway in an address before the National Association of Manufac turers in Atlanta criticised the propo sition to regulate railway rates by law and pointed out that it was but a step from the regulation of prices of manu ifacturers products i There was a sensation in the divorce rJ JofDr Elias H Porter in Cincinnati when Judge Swing declared that no decision would be rendered till the 12 year old daughter of the parties is produced in court and drew from his pocket a sealed envelop deposited with him by the father when the suit was r filed revealing the secretor her present- j domicile w Is 3 ftsar = I 1rrJ rr r POLITICAL Oregons recently passed whippi post law bccamecffective yesterday It appears to be acertainty that Dr Marshal WillibeFormer Gov J enton McMlllin of Tennessee stated yesterday in an interview that he did not expect to be a candidate for Governor of Tennessee next year against Gov Cox A committee of the Florida Legis turehas made a report showing the ex- Istence of deplorable conditions at the State Asylum For the Insane and charging the Board of Managers with responsibility for it Vice and 1m morality and cruelty to patients have prevailed the report says until nearby citizens have been outraged by the conditions lion Took Hubble of Lincoln count was in the city Monday mingling with the court day crowd When seen by an Advocate reporter and askedI if he would have opposition for ate he said As yet I have heard of none and the indications now are that I am to have a clear track At any rate the district is for me acid whether I have opposition or not I am sure toI win the race Advocate IN NEIGEIBOGCOUNTIES Liberty will more than likely have no fair this year Mrs Mollie Cravens Clark for nerl of Casey is dead in Mercer Charles E Clark a wellknown citizen of Harrodsburg is dead The Modern Woodmen of Casey will givj a picnic at the Liberty fairground July 29 J W Allen bought 10 700 and 800 poundcattle from parties on Case creek at 3Jc Casey News The three G A R posts in Case willobserve the 30th of May at Bethc Ridge Salem and Poplar Grove At the meeting of the State Denta Association which will convene in Lex- Ington Wednesday and Thursday of this week Dr W W Burgin will give a clinic or in other words a practice lemonstration on a patient on crows and bridge work There will be if links given only four of which will be performed by dentists outside of Louisville That Dr Burgin has been se ected as one of these is an evidence of his ability and his standing in his profession Richmond Register MATRIMONIALI Austin W Hail a widower of 58 tad Mrs Elizabeth Phelps a widow of the same age were married at Mil Klgeville yesterday Mr and Mrs W H Wilkinson announce the Marriage of their daughter Miss Etta to Elma Jones of ouisville Casey News A A Huddleston Commonwealths ittorney of theCasey district was married a few days ago to Mrs Winifred Wilson at Waupaca Wis Traveling hundreds of miles to wed the man of her choice Miss Ethel Waddle of Adelaide Australia was married yesterday to the Rev Ira A Paternoster a student at the College of the Bible of Kentucky University Terrific Race With Death Death was fast approaching Tiles Ralph F Fernandez of Tampa Fla describing his fearful race with eatbIas a result of liver trouble and heart disease which had robbed me of sleep and of all interest in life I had tried many different doctors and jveral medicines but got no benefit until I began to use Electric Bittdrs SO wonderful was their effect that in three days I felt like a new man and day I am cured of all my troubles II uaranteed at G L Penny Stanford and Lyne Bros Crab Orchard drug stores price 50c No CHANGE Mn J S Hocker acting for our citizens wrote to General tanager B M Starks of the L N asking that in the event the dispatchers office is moved from Livingston tlat Itbe located here In reply Mr Starks wrote No such change is contemplated The office as at present located it is thought enables the train movements to be provided for to the- best advantage We appreciate the terest displayed by your people in seek- Ing the location of the office at Stan font in the case a move isto be made Lapdsman So ousaw real mermaid What did she look like DiverOh not so much different from women The first thing she said was Ive just washed my hair and I ennt do n thing with ItIndianapo Star Foil RENTHome on Logan Avenue vacated by S R Cook Good garden partly planted outhouses cistern and hydrant number of fruit trees and a most desirablchome in every way For further particulars see Dr J F Peyton i smiles the man with theexpres- ve countenance I have written one of the six bestselling books I declares the man with the worn lace I have read all six of them Judge p a The body of Otto Kroeschell a wealthy manufacturer was found in Chicago rivertHe had been hissing over a week- Ii 7ciIV r r HUBBLEI JcIEubanksj Charley itankln sold his saddle to Ben Hudson for 110 horseI Bourne and Miss Mollie fOrby Stanford Thursday and were the bonds of matrimony Several of our work hands in this community went to Cincinnati Sund for a job of work during the summer Leslie Shearer and Miss Minnie Cai of this community went to Lancast last Saturday and were joined in matt monyMiss Susie Hatcher is making us a accommodatingI tage of the opportunity to show th young lady the encouragement she 80 much deserves H C Wojtcr sold a lot of corn to Anderson Spillman at 240 at the crib James Shackelford has bought a house lot and shop in Harrodsburg 1 W Bright was here this week selling machines J M Spoonamore has gone to Indiana for a few days Mrs Alt mie Hansel of Mt Vernon is visitin her father and mother Mr and Mrs E B Miller A Good Suggestion- Mr C A WaInwright of Lemon City Fla Has written tho manufacturers that much better results arc obtained from the use of Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemed In cases of pains In the stomach cold and cholera morbus by taking It In water as hot as can be drank Tho when taken In this way the effect Is double in rapidity It seems to gt at the right spot Instantly he says For sale by Lyne Bros Crab Orch ard Ky Alcohol observers Dr Wile ii fuel which furnishes motive power tc the human machine Indeed yes Doc but the barroom gasoline almost Invariably makes the human machine exceed the speed limit and land in the dtterLouisville Times Notice to The Public I Iilv AiMtlu one at the It horM 11IIr11I- 4ilnMotluiiil with iiKnml I yl do plnhl iorn nhwlnit tar niontM niMi I HM d- onncyhoreta MliiKit mUoimtili prices 1111workortl Ky IORSEY GOLDDUST 12055 Knll tirothtr to Ktlvllo SI 11 Hlrr li1 Zllciuil fiolddunt 4KO liy Uolddiu h Veneer MorgnuUnm Inlli nn Imp Antq111utnlllon Dorwy IJdlui drat U KIort nn by 101- d11 MlnirtHllilrl u ton ol iiilln Morcim iiitkltiK him tin Intvnwly Inlirtil Morgan itnlllciiMlnwmllMKIroiil JlHtln Muniimoi Kith Mif the Iniit fiiiully or rued hurts cnowii Jorrp flnltldunt Ix n dark lily lilnel slut tout 10 humU wHglu 1SO pound 1 irovni and unlforiit fIr of hliilidani imilund Kn t Tii liorw rinihlnlnir nil Ih- IIIIIIIIIJor hnrrllu iiiiU Hjuldlv and urr In priori Tbc rhaiiipuin Miilillt voinliliiHl ir lilliiK of tin AiwrHnti orehows l iiXKl Jack 1 IHnindiulV IIIIUII to his lro It twrlve of hit rolt nve M for fiver tlljiiu In tin rest two war HlH Mrvlcw offend for than my liorw of has prixlucliiK iimllty In Ken tickIllhud at Iny funnel IJjiillfx fat rot to tture IIlhllIlC oo lolt 3lonr due when nit or mart imrtiil with by bntidr- rInnskrptntalehrllnyongnus No IOIlOIIIIY for or rncaix Thf st of euro anti hiiiiilllnx given AdilriM K HKID Hlunrunl or Diuivlllf Ky I Antecarlo 226 12 lade over YtflIlIt trnckln winning rile 11 IIIIoIIfII thnt old for a iui AlllljJllIlIAlorlnTI by nM two cronMii produced IU 11 champion trotting lillni of tin worllJ tllll ilinn Iiidvixiulinct1 Ion of ndrew Jacknon Indeviulrnci dntii liy intTlciin Htiir The Anurlrun Htar nnd ntlrcw Jiickfxm blast U rmtxinillilt fo- rreus50111 tlinchainpliiiilroUliitf dial lion of till orll You s Allb twit n- rldlugtwonextcrounrureponlhle for U a fnstrttolllou TIelt you M e lnt r bred than them for he him till ond of both Anticarlo Ix n jollil brown horM IS 31 hiilldH Illull wrltthlllK lITU IKmnUo lint1 style and action Will taid at ABRAMRDtau 2nd ii an bruit tnll lint dam by ViloclMili 2nd tllllll by Imp 1iiliTino dnlll by ninmoth Ilin nh hale on coltn for HH nuuunry Mare traded or had to olhlr- hor e forfeit nllru lice mid makes ItII OIl nney due laotll will ItulIIllIl fnrlll on fIIlIrMl- plk four mlleH from Htnnford Mured Krnz 2tsr month Core taken to IlrJllItn- cctdenl hilt trot reniHinnlble should any cur WIMflAM YHIIJH Htanford Ky PROSPECT 2087 iDESCRiniON loaled April a8 moo hands high solid bay with feet be- bind a model in form with superior style a show horse second to none either in harness or under saddle PEDIGREE Sied by Dignity Dare ig8a he by Chester Dare he by Black William he by Black Eagle he by King Dignity Dares ist data Lizzie Mont by elchmont he by William Welch he by ysdicks Hambletonian Prospects 1S- tdam Dora Deane 2740 by On Time ne by lonewall Jackson Sr and dam by Joe Abdallah no AbdaUah Glencoe 3rd dam by PunksSumplerDenmark jth dam- by Black Hawk Morgap jth dam by 01- iver he by Wagner otn dam by imp Messenger Will serve a limited number of mares the present season at 815 to sure a live colt Money due when colt Is ialed pr mare traded or parted with laces grazed at 12 pcr month all bills- paid before removal of mazes not respoq sible for accidents or escapes Three miles from Shelby Cityon the Hustonville r CARPENTER SAN DIDGE 1 fn rj Little Things t its the little innttcrs i of life and tlnojittlo i things in busincM OIl thnt we muetwntch so below are somoof trio Littlo Jlilngo in our stock Sloe Polwli in black nl 5 nnd lOc Tau nud White nt 10c Shoo Lnees in every conceivable thing from n round cotton lice nt lio per dozen to the new very new and verytritlo i r silk lace nt 2Soper pair Gulf Buttons M OOc n pair guaranteed for three years if broken in that time n new pair without t jn work n better one for II with Fame guarantee Collar But tou with cane gunrnlce 25c Watch Fobs COc to 15 Cuff holders lOcu pair Collar Springs Oc Carters 10 and J5c Sleeve holders 510 and 25c a pair HnndkcruhiciX item xlilched fi 10 and bflc Silk Handkerchief 25 50c nnd II r Barrie Stuj cndcrf letter titan nnybodyV 2fic to II A cpcginl lot of heavy KtiFjxjudera for laboring meant 26 CO nnd jjcI I IJH J MROBERTS STANFORDI I J+ Tree lnp HMtre IMime of them do for t for Mir 1rlrv fittopIsarlap Charlenll Kirr Cook farm four atilt a from Htanford FOR SALE I McXINNEY ROLLER MILLS I over tor ante mr mill sod reitdenc to McKlnnrv Ky Jflll bas flour capacity of 50 barrel and tngal 160 Jler day ruachIQIonice coat bass and ice hours All under roof Never falllne water In mill lot Mill It within 100 feet of Cincinnati Southern It R track led has private siding The loca MeIKlaDOIlargest wheat and corn growers In Lincoln county large territory furnlthlnf custom grinding The feed and coal bntlne In connection with mill pays well No trouble to market all product from mill UIIdenco is a twoitory frame with cistern on back porch hulk house at buck door cemented all comparatively new Large barn bete In mill lot On ac count of my falling eyesight anJ health generally my physicians have advUed me to quit the milling business For further particulars call on or addreii Dr Edw Al corn Uuttonvllle Ky or W McKlnney Stahford Kr UIS9JKNNHnMcKINNRY K11A4mlaldrntrJr If your Jut couldspeak I they would cry for so loud that you would have to buy them Your shoes will net cr be URFIT unless theyare MANSS Theywill slip up and down at the heel and wear holes in your stocking gap at the sides and collect the dirt wrinkle twist out of shape URFIT device in retains the fashionable shape and dressy appear ance prevents sides gap ping or wrinkling and heel slipping 4 Sold By H J McROBERTS1 t f r II Experience Teaches Experience tis said keeps a Ocar schoolthe tuition comc Jji1 but the lessors learned ihcrrin atc never forpMcn The wise however are willing to protlt by tli experience of others When the l palutvrman trill you that F Mastic Mixed PaintJhm Kind Thmt Lmitu II mixed better than h ran mix paints by hand that they are pure sure and durable that they Rive tho best possible results in beauty and finish and will not crack peel or off thats thus voice of uptrlncthC letson taught IsII buy Mastic Mind paintsave money Manuraetured by PHtSLCCCAULULRT CO I INCORPORATED tOLIS VI ILL KENTUCKY 1 FOR SALE BV I PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford iSPECIAL SALE FOR J County Court Day Week Beginning on Monday next we will begin n tnle that will Mnrtlo the na tins in prices and values We have too ninny goods and niittt unload nnd prices will bo no consideration They inuit go it it III necewnry to themithem away Look nt theo price Mens Black Wonted and Cheviot Out Coats 98c MellSSunday null Vorking Pants at 48c Childrcnu Casiinero Suit nt 75c up Childrcua Pants loo up liens sad Buys Mate 15c I upt Boys Caps 9c up Mens nnd Boys Shoes 98c up Ladies and Ilffcs Shoes nt 75o up Mens Sunday Shirts with or with out collars 4c- SRependersfur Boys nntl Men nt 5o up Kv Heavy Brown Cotton I4c uprCalicoes 4o up f Ladies anti Mines Skirts OSc up Nice Childrens Stockings 5c up Mena Socks Cc up Ladies nod Mines Corsets lOc up Baby Shoes diflercnt colors 19o up lot of Neckties at your own price Garden Seed all kinds two pack ages for 5c Black old White Thread 200 ynrds two spools for 5c Ladies Belts 9o up Lead Pencils 60 dozen J S Goldstein Prop STANFORDKENT- UCKYCook Stove One No 74 Cap Cook Stove For Coal or Wood t8 This t is less than cost r J tS if ALDRIDCE Phone 116 Depot Std Stanford Ky i r I 0 t w i v1a SrANtOJU KY MAY 10 lOOn JUSTICE to yourself and to phy slclnn mnterlnla am most careful service in preparing his prescriptions That is pre Bcriptions are filled at Pennys Drog Store J F COOK Is here from Lexington FRED CARSON has taken a positioi with B D Carter the liveryman FRKD GAnNEir Is back from n visa to his mother and sister at Cave City Miss LINDA OWSIRY U visiting her slater Mm W 1 Walton at Lexlng tort Miss JIAN BUCIIANAN of Crab Or chard returned from Louisville Tues dayMn M G HEYNoiD8 of Waynes burg won a subatantial caller Wednes day MRS WooniB HAIK Is with her slater Mrs T F Spank at Coal Creek a Tenn UEV 0 M HUEY is back from the Southern Baptist Convention at St- outs V Mn Vic OWBNS returned the other tiny to Lcowood Va to work for the C 0 p DR Tou Bonos of Lincoln county is with fricnda here Harrodsburj Herald MR KUNNBTH MURIIIY of Circle vine 0 is with his relative Miss Anna DarsU MATTIU WHITE returnedyeater a visit to her daughter In LouisvilleMlts A BRAUCY and little son of Lancaster gent yesterday withre latives heret MB J B CARTER ondwlfe of Gar rard were here yesUirday returning from Louisville MRS ANNA D VASARSDAI ol la with her daughter McUobcrm l I NEWS cornea from Mobile Ala that a son urns arrived to bless the union of Mr and Mrs George B Dunn Mil JOHN W Snuns and fnmllywho i moved to Illinois a month or so ago hcltack satisfied with Lincoln county t KuxAnirm Bush ALLIS is tho name of n little lady that has recently arriv ed at tho homo of Mr anti Mrs S M Allen of MUlersburg JOHN CASH prominent Lincoln county iwy and grain producer Is in the city cultivating the trade of our deal en Somerset Journal Miss Bcssit HAIDIUAN will leave today for Crab Orchard where she will visit her grandmother Mrs John Buchanan Courier Journal i MISSKS EVA AND MAUOAKKT lUtiuv of Mercer and Nannie Brent New land oTthli place are visiting Miss Deli ha Newland in the East End MILS W OSlElD and mother Mr Joe Rocker and Mr jna Orr of Stan- fordf were the guests of Mm B D t Advocate McGraw Sunday Junction City Cor MRS U S HKNDRKN of Kirksville was visiting tho family of her father N W Fowle She was nccompanietl by J A Cotton wife and ton and Mrs W IL Hendren and daughter Miss I Thclma MRS LKWIS L WALKER who has been at Colorado Springs for some six months was here Wednesday on her return to her home at Lancaster She was greatly benefited by her sojourn In I the West DR TIM W IENNINOTON aback from Louisville where ho graduated with honors In dentistry lie wears n beau tiful gold medal won during his lost t year In college The doctor will likely hang up his shingle In Stanford MR A A OITFLT who has made luring his sojonrn In I scores of friends Stanford has resigned his position aa- prescriptionist at Pennys Drug Store and will return to his homo in Louis wile Ho will be succeeded by Dr V tf I R Beck also of the Falls Citywho cornea highly recommended In his chosen i profession LOCALS I EXPKCT to bo in my olllco during the present week to collect up all my i accounts and attend to any of my work that may not be satisfactory II A t Jones DDS- Titif lion Fontaine Fox Babbitt that he will writes us to announce speak on Law and Education at ML Vernon next Monday first day of cir cuit court He especially invites the ladies to hear him I r k n7 0 rv 1 A t i iv y J f r I Gentlemen Attention tO- ur remnrks nro uaunlly addressed to the ladies not becnuwj wo dont like men but because we nro more fonder qf the Indies But to the subject wo have something worthy of your attention We bane tho sole agency in Stanford for the Tames Means Shoo for men They ore made to hive tho beet value ever offered in Beds Shoes at 82CO nod 8350 There are mnny many Shoes sold at 1300 and 8350 that are no better The workmanship is excellent and the material is A 1 We have them in Black Tim mid Patents in Shoes and Oxfords Try us on the next pair you need r SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY l f rPERSONALS frMRS 11lIarrucloburg Your Please FRESH vegetables at George II Farris Saturday BEST selection of Cut Glass and Sol id Silver flatware at W H Muellers CWnAv presentee his patrons with a new telephone di rectoryCAHrJL2 nicelY printed visitin cards for 25c for 35c or 100 for 60c This office WI have Riding ands Walking Cultl valors also millet seed for sale E T fence Co MILLET and cane seed hay and teed of all kinds cheap for cash J II Baughman Co J II NUNNELLEY Is having a nei pavement built in front of the residence occupied by Mr W 0 Steed FULL line of furniture carpets drug gets rugs lace curtains shades am wall haler Tribble Ivncc THE ladies Aid Sociey of the lIuptist church will meet with Miss Mollie Daughcrty this afternoon at 230 o clock TilE Reynolds Co of Woynesburg is preparing to enlarge its storeroom the present room being too small to dis play their big stock of goods in I HAVE accepted the agency for n monument house and will bo to bad figure with those thinking about a tombstone or monument J C Mc Clary MR HOIIERT T LEWIS whoso hors was thought to have been stolen is again In possession of the animal ne was found at the home of John Taylor colored In the Fast End AUCTION I will bell at auction a1 Brodhead on Saturday May 20 some new Buckboanb Buggies steel and rubber tires Also some secondhand ed vehicles and harness JP Chand ler auctioneer MT VKKNON Tho LSTEWOI JOURNAL man holes to see many of hit friends and patrons at Mt Vernon next Monday first dny of circuit court Ea Hcinlly Is ho desirous of meeting those of his patrons who are behind on their paler Miss Soniii ALCORN husbeenchosen sponsor of the local Confederate Camp to tho Confederate reunion at Louis villeVe congratulate the Camp on its excellent selection Miss Alcorn Is a most charming young woman She Is the youngest daughter of Judge and Mrs J W Alcorn Tilt Graded School Auditorium was omfortably filled last night and the ro citnl given was enjoyable indeed Nand workoC both pupil and teacher was in ividcnce and both have every reason to reel proud of what they have nccom dished Following Is the program that vas so creditably rendered Song iirst Grade Piano Josephine Carpenter SongJessio Lee Phillips Piano and Organ Virginia Mahony and Jaa Cooper HccitntlonMiddlcton Powell ManorKnto Newland Duct Kate Davlcss Haney and Grace Brady Piano Frances Cooper Pantomime Lucy LCO Walton and Mary Elizabeth McKin icy Piano Molllc Goldstein and Rosa Joldstcin ltccitationLester OBan non PianoMiss Ollio Crow Vanhdok Monologue Mary Mobley Piano Kate Vaters Parasol DrillSecond Grade Comedy In One ActUTho Ghost In the loaning Scho- olSTEPIIENssir 1Stephens other of Mrs E L Hcinlmrt of this lace died at her home Wednesday of crnoon after a brief illness of a com ilication of troubles aged C5 Mr itcphcnV homo was In Danville but he amo hero to attend the sick bed of his ifo who was visiting her daughter nnd who became ill Besides the wife nnl daughter mentioned Mrs Will Scott of Danville survives Mr Stephens Deceased was born in Warren runty and all or his long lifo had been spent in this State Ho was n splendid old gentleman and his friends all over Kentucky will learn with deep regret or his death Ho had been a member oC tho Baptist church for many years and died firm in tho faith of that hurchs teachings At 3 oclock yes srday afternoon a large concourse of riends followed the remains to Buffalo cemetery where after a few timely remarks by Rev O M Huey all tnat WI mortal of tho kind husband and in ulgent father was gently laid away t a 1 f PLANTS 60000 sweet potato plant for sale Brazilian 20c Southern Queen and Burmuda 15c per hundred W S WIgham Moreland HOLDERS of Lincoln county bond No1 and 3 of series April 8 1895 will present them to the Lincoln Count National Bank for payment Tiles bonds are past due and Interest on them has ceased James P Bailey judge Lincoln county court Miss FLONNIE C HAMMOND the ac complished daughter of our Hubble cor respondent has our thanks for an inv tation to the commencement exercise of Hamilton College Lexington which occur May 19th to 25th Miss Ham mond Is one of the 30 graduates JOINT TEACHERS INSTITUTETh joint committee appointed by the teach ers of Lincoln Boyle and Garrard met in the office of Supt Singleton at Stanford to complete the arrrangcment already partly entered into for holding a joint institute at Junction City Thi roll showed representatives of all the counties present The work done by Prof T A Hendrlcks as joint chair man was approved It was determiner that the institute be held at Junction City the week beginning Aug 7 Prof Honrk was employed as chief Instructor and U was determined by the commit tee that the services of Mrs E E Ol cott of Danville Ind be secured ns assistant instructor if she Is not engag ed for that week Should her services be not available further action was left to the committee which then adjourn ed subject to the call of its chairman Prof T A Hendricks The meeting was very harmonious and everything foreshadowed a most successful gath ering at Junction City Prof J E Mannix eecy pro tern COMMENCEMENT WEEK PROGRAM OF GRADED SCHOOL Tuesday Patrons day The patrons and citizens of the town and community are Invited nt oclock r M at which time the art room will be open for Inspection and the prizes for the best botanical drawings wUI be awarded Gifts of books or monoy for the library will be received by the librarian Mr George Hop per At 2 oclock in the auditorium n program consisting of literary and mu sical numbers will be rendered by pu puts of the school Wednesday at 2 o clock n piano recital by Miss Allic Huffman will be given at the auditori um ThursdayOpen session of the Gamma Beta Sigma Society at 2 r M The literary exercises will be intersers ed with music At Waltons Opera House at 10 A M Friday the com mencement exercises will take place Col T P Hill will deliver the address to the graduating class Orations will be deliverer by Hubert Craig Carpen ter and James Robert Newland Di plomas delivered by the president of the board of trustees A select musi cal program has been arranged for the occasion At the Graded School build ing in the evening a reception will bo tendered the members of the graduat- Ing class bythe faculty The patrons of the school and public generally are invited to the musical and literary func LionsMENEFccMrs Susan Ann Mcnc fee the aged mother of Mr John N ilcnefco and Mrs T D Newland of this place died suddenly of hemorrhage nt tho home of Mr Menefeo law Wed esday afternoon She was one of the oldest women In the county and had she lived until the 10th of next mouth sho would have celebrated her 81st birthday Mrs Menefcc was a Miss Lynn and the relict of Mr Winfrey lenefee who died in 1870 She was n most estimable woman and the many kind deeds done during her long sojourn on earth endeared her to all who knew her Truly can it be said of her that hose who knew her best loved her most For years Mrs Menefeo was a onsistent member of the Baptist lurch and was a regular attendant at the services of the church as long as her health would permit Besides her sop and daughter mentioned above she Is survived by Mrs M F Herring of tho West End Mrs C B Sampson of Mercer and Mr JL Menefcc of Kansas In the absence of Rev 6 M luey Rev L M Omer conducted fu Oral services at the home Wednesday if ternoon and the burial followed in Buffalo cemetery Rev R R Noel as istcd in the services Thus another of Stanfords oldest citizens passeth from life unto death leaving many relatives and friends to mourn the loss of her r k CURTAIN stretchers swings settees Also new line of rugs and druggets just received Tribble Pence DON VICTOR LLouhas granted a patent on an apparatus to be at tached to a corn planter to check com without a chain The patent is a very valuable one and will be placed on the market at once uTilE faculty invites you to the Grad ed School Halls on the evening of May 26th to meet Messrs Hubert Carpen ter and James Newland Eight to 11 read invitations that have been receiv ed by many of the younger people Sue pass examination her percentage is 0 K she is ready for the program that comes oft Commence ment day There Is just one thing that worries and it causes much dis tress It is the old old question Howll I look in my white dress Somerset Journal NOTICE peonsdesiring to buy the stock of goods and fixtures In the store of J T Jones bankrupt will present their bids to me on or before the 23rd day of May 1905 Any infor mation in regard to same will be given upon application I reserve the right to reject any and all bids T HI Shanks Trustee Lumber and Shingles Hawed nnil Rough Juml Trli ntnut Iop lar and Oak for Mile rheiip J nICarter six Rules from htiiufunl on pike FORJ3ALEI Klphtyonn ntrtf 10 miles of Ktnnfonl K l Uirtt four roont rottii c two prlllitlIlkeclmwr Wnnt ull the tlinVnT and coal I cancit JKMKI It Miinnlu- Krnnklln lIulllllll Knoxville Trim Ilavr your colts ens trntpd l y T F GROSS Prrnclif r vllKl Ky tilt wr11 known CHI tmtor of horses niMl hone doctor foIUI htetlon gtulnanttrI J S Murphy Son Hedgcville Kentucky you to Intpect th Ir stork of teauI mnlmi Ir prices Thcv wnnt n shun o your luilroniitfi nnd will pct It If irooi ut low prle ti It what you wnut Uv ihitn nnill WIH Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY The lntf l in J wtry Ntlvtr at ti- mwotchcnudlockIn s Htock FRUITS SHADE TREES ETC Mr J H htoiilunn formerly of Ilnroli Runny will run on the dinner o lid cltlPn livnernlly with n full line of IIrolllu fruit oriiiiinentnl mid ihnile trs The Jinn or Drown Brosoof itochc ktpr N Y lire t- IrtojlIlz1 hlIdn III this mine In ihlsoun- try IUdutely true to nnnie and RiiiinintiMd 11u cash cupltnl of over lIuuI- UI with l under actual nursery oultlvnUoii live him n trial 1U will U In lioyle Unrninl Mntll on and Uncolr during the following low Iiek- sJAKE or tbnttalllon Jak owned by J byItintoldby Hiunbletonliin HIM lint by llUwxl Chief Jake ht dam flora u middle and road mom Her lot tint byrllid and hv by IlnindH Me wngerand III by Ilambletonlan 10 and her Klrc Jake truces ai you will see by Ills iHtllprec buck direct to Hambleton lUll lo on lstb lrl1l1nd dam Jake will mike the season of llta lit mllo North of Iliietonvllloon the lhauvllic Terms- tvto Altto Iniiire it living colt hnvc on hiind colts from luckllncx to tlxycnr old that we will take plenum lit HhowInK any oucsotheycaa Judge for thonUtlven how the horse bards HENRY CLAY Henry Cloy sired by muck Cloud iiml ho by Win Hnrke8 noted JiicJc Tom Ktwne- Ivlll iniikp the season on fume trrins into Ira n living colt JA NVKIUIIT llilktonvllle Ky KentuckVjSquirrel with one white foot full Is hnudsltlkhwasslretl by11a4 Kiiulrnl ton silver King of On Time At dam by the fnmoui Cub lnllsi FexliiKton wool iulrn l won tlrtd HiUlr7 ldam byOIUKdcejid iliini hfHhkof KiiKlt lllrd l y Htar till boit tonof CabbellK I Xlngton Kentucky Himlrrel has an much style wad twiddle uctlon an any i living un l hid l re Hllnt In gilt tI M o utiiUloit In Kentucky him a grand- rrnrrnyof treat Miilllonv In the miikcup of his pedltirec Kentucky Hqulrrcl will erne mums at f to Insure n ItvInK colt Tnidlng the sum forfeits thu liuunincv No region rlbl lily for accldent8 King Napoleon Jack15M hands high Will slid- byTarknlgtonNnpoltonlstdnut Jllnk nRI Ito by Peter I Black llawk 2nd dUIII by toy Wood VIIIen IIIIIntlI thane of at 1010 colt Trod Ingtheuutreforfeltsthelt1urnnce No rtt Bixmslblllty BtunfordKy t N tl tt y Childrens Shoes We give more attention to the buying anti Bellingof o CHILDRENS SHOES than any houw in Stanford Ono en tire section of our store is a juvenile department and every at tention is given to the care of the little ones Wo are expert fitters lof CHILDRENS SIIOISand this is a point mothers will appreciate as no matter bow good n SHOE may be you will not receive its full benefit either in appearance or wear unless properly fittedrWe are Stanford agents for time best lines of SHOES for BOYS anti GIRLS We carry complete stockfrom infants S to time largest sizes made for children I r- J i CUfICIINS MCLARY i Stanford Kentucky To The Buying Public l We have bought out the stock of Groceries i Hardware Queensware Etc of 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 low prices square dealing and courteousctreatment Try us on an order and we will endeavor to make you call again P G WARNER SONTerms Strictly Cash ICE Picks Water Coolerst Cream Freezers Cold Refrigerators GEO H FARRIS STANFORD W B McRoberts DRUGGISTSTANFORD ItSelf Iturlces Ready fixed Pairtts Every t gallon Guaranteed There is none better i New Spring patterns of Wall Pi1pelt White Lead and Linseed Oil Also A Tested and Sure Bed But Destroyer 41- y r J ri The Interior Journal arEntered in the Poll Office at Stafford cu ttconddnH tnatter- YUlL1PIILD TUESDAYS AND FHinWH 4T 100 PER YEAR CASH PTWhen notlO paid SJOO will be charg- edUMBRELLAS Be covered and repaired and made almost IK good as new for a amount I can fix your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for IBM money Ole me a trial FRANK ATKISS Stanford For Sale PrivatelyIhouse and 10 Just outside of town on pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and netj pants room good cellar stable end necessary outbuildings Water hydrant the yard and one for toclrJ P DAI- Lfi1NOTICE You should see us before you let out your house carriage and roof painting Iaper We bare oBglUK a 9 vv paper from three teadtnghouseaattheworh and can sell you wall t4 can steal It Estimates tarnished ou ap- p1ICatlon All work guardntced- J HKLDEN iCo tom street INSURANCE Fir Lightning VlndHtorni Mte nnd II111I1tllesldenee Phone No Si R A JONES Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office iu flyers House Parlor p Phone No 1 i J H 100NE I CO Proprietors LIVERY fIND FEED STflBLE t Stanford Kv Good Llrery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also healers in Goal x BD CARTER Successor to Bruce k Carter Livery feed and Sale Stable r Depot Street SUN FORD KY Specialattention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pena In Connection Give Me Your Order- I Can Please You Why buy ready made clothing when there la so little difference in the price of high grade ready made suits anda suit made to your measure taken by an ex erienced tailor I have a handsome line of Spring goods I can make from Ii low price business suit to the finest dress suit Also Spring overcoats and trou ers The company I represent Is one of the best I also nave a line goods I makeup myself for those who prefer it H C RUPLEY the Tailor DIGNITY DARE o 1082 Vol 5 A S II K Mahogany bapblack points wilte only on left bind foot 9 old Sy baud hlgtr weighs 1500 pounds strong tint tone heavy mane and taU back with long craney tapering neck weil sot In high+ mounted shoulders a saddle hone head and ear on him u model under halter always wears blue string In model rings wonderful style In harness a show horse sure When quo year old wore all honors In Ids elms wherever shown also the bluo tie In sweep- stake harness rings at same age When a 3yesr old he wasxhown 14 time and wore 13 bluo trlugtl has never been defeated fancy harness rings has always been the victor In stallion stake ring as a breeder when shown with three or more of bU get for size stylo and general conformation and for all purposes a saddle horse ave distinct gaits fast line acting racket good In two and a nice toper very positive in his trot under saddle und In p great all around action as Is re fur an uptodate sire of hlllll priced tt sale horse for or harness He Is a sure enough harnCII horse graceful styllh- and fasti can In 18 seconds ey a Si28 trait with butlitttlehandllogrdidthis- last fall one year ago afterservlog 01 mares In the spring Ho possessed of wonderlul r nervo enough to get a trottpr for track use or roadsters large handsome etyifehheavyandstrongenou- to get carriage horses with a kindly dlspo Y sltlon for all pu osei of a family horse Ho 1 Is tile hobo to slro parkers stylish ful substance and docility It graceI given up by horsemen that he Is one most uniform breeders In Kentucky Ho to his colts after himself hu never sired v a orrel colt The moat profitable horse for the farmer and small breeder to produce Is the horse which serves tho wldet range of purposes well Ills code are show colts of he type blue string youngestySDare winnerI UK he jy lllack Squirrel 88 he by mack Kagle 74 ho by King William 61 he Washington Denmark At be by Oalnes Denmark 61 he race horse Denmark V t Yt be by Imp Uedgeford Dignitys first dam Llzlemont by Welchmodt No 367 A he Wllllahi Welch 311 he by- RyedleksIlambloWntaa10 Tllcrnltr second dam 3d dam Ollli Vermont Uh dam Thoroughbred WelchmontH first dam PAultno by Almont 2863CDignity Dare will make the seai at my In Huston vllle at S25 to Insure a living colt when foaled Mares traded or removed forfeit Insurance and money becomes due and must at time of such transaction Mares grazedII bills to be t at 1260 per month and fore removal of mares Grain fed If at reasonable rates Mares entrusted tome will receive personal attention but I will not be responsible accidents or t at Rustonvllie- Ky toes Phone In j pB CARPENTER r For Rent or Lease A splendid large dry goods siorerodm and a large warehouse attached recently IA lime Stanford Ky Ap ply for particulars to J D Owsley or tbl The Lincoln County National J n OWSLEY Stanford Ky rE D Peyton1 DEALER IN Groceriesetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford IA S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Aar1 Traylor rDULIU 111IWhlskll Wines Beer Gloars Etc Oarpsntsr Oloia to DepotSTANFORD KY beslcrompt Attention r RESTORATIVES CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY TUs worn admires men whore strong In phTslo1 n1nrgffmen13developmentandmk NorvoaIraiMjtlaVri40s117 grin for wom iiliooklt free elmpotpamdwithagearantepErrcn MEDICAl ASSOCIATION CHICAGO U3 Ft SALE AT PEXNYS DRUG STORE JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and EmbalmIers Also Dealers niture MattingsKugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kind of Stock Give Them a Call Prices light STANFORD KENTUCKY tce3TgI Undertaker Embalmcr and Dealer in HarnessSaddlery c STANFORD KENTUCKY KING EAGLE King Eagle Is loliands high dark bay goes all the gaits with plenty of speed style and nctlon sired by King ht dam by Eagle Bird 2nd dum by Red Lion 3rd dam by Harris Denmark Hellp Millers Denmark 4th dam by Jim thoroughbred NOTE Royal King was sired by the great On Time and Is u brother to the great Silver King and Allle 0 the great show mare that sold fur 1000 King Eagles 2d dam Is the dam of Minnie Boyd the great show mart tlmt Matt Conen won everywhere with In 1895 and i Id for f100 King Eagle Is proving himself it great breeder of One colored high styled colts ids colts all having plenty of size ibis oldest colts being three yeurs old this Spring There was one of his two yearoldl1lut last season that proved to bo a great Ally King Eagle will make the present season of 1005 at stable SX miles west of Stun lowprlcolofWill ulsoHtand thegreat jack IIIlIv Ileene at 810 for mare nod 120 for Jennet to Insure a living colt Billy Keene aired by tho great Tom Keene 1st dam by the Imported Palermo 2d damn by revl liobbles lrincc the sire of Joe lI1ackburn and Brlllnolllt Hilly Keene stands full 16 Lands high black with white points and us a breeder he Is unsurprised as a or Jennet jack hilly has had several twoyeirold jacks to sell lately at 700 and 1800 Will ulso stand the great voun jack Jim Kernel be Is by the great hilly hat dam by the Imported John Wells 2d dm by Beecher Jim Keene Is proving himself u great breeder there being two of tile mule colt shown last year one wearing the blue and the outer the red In the lame ring Jim Keene will serve mares at 110 to Insure a living colt- Mares traded patted with or bred else moneybecomestlon For further particulars call on or ad dress 8 T HABK19 k1tOBT WOODS Phone 72Rlng 3 Stanford Ky t 4tLw l 1 er r KINGSVILLEI and unusu ally good quality Miss Mary Virginia Johnson who has been attending school at Verona bllSI returned home to spend tho Will Carey and family are visiting tltives in Casey county The loss of W L McCartys largo store and dwelling by fire Tuesday morning was quite a blow to our little town besides being a very sad one to Mr McCarty Everything in the was destroyed and only about storeI the furniture of the dwelling was ed Mr McCarty carried 5000 Insur anceMiss Leltio Murphy who has been with relatives at Cleveland 0 line returned home and opened a dressmaking establishment Miss Murphy is said to be an excellent hand tnd we wish her allsuccess Miss Julia Johnson was here Tuesday Miss Mary Thompson of Woodstock is the guest of her broth ers Drs CM and J W Thompson Miss Bertha Thompson has returned home after attending school near Wood stock Mr Jamey L Finerty n prominent young business man of Maysville who has been the pleasant guest of the family of D M Creighton for several days has returned home Your correspond eat will go to Somerset to attend com FlonnleIof 125 wo a friends In the Queen City of the Mountains Mr Charles If Wells will go to Somerset to attcpd com mencement Jesse D Wearen the clever insurance agent of Stanford was here Tuesday Miss Ottle Faulkner of Highland accompanied by her brother John was here Tuesday FARMERS DEPARTMENT WANTED Two small shoats This office John ll Foster sold to a Jellico party 160 bushels of millet seed at 115 delivered In Bourbon county Joe Penn sold to Kennedy S Bedford 60 head of 1354J pounJ cattle tit i3i Eon REn rEither to graze or cut 40 acres good clean timothy Mrs Eli za Harris Hubble Ky IFon SALEAn extra fine Jersey milk cow Fresh and good milker Bert Matheny Maywood I will stand my fine Shorthorn bull at 150 money due when service is ren dered Sam J Embry Jr Stanford 311 A Florida grower near Tyler has a 2500 acre peach orchard which has netted him 45000 a year for the past three years ESTUAYED on STOLENDarkred sow pig black spots weight 35 pounds Information thankfully received A M Feland The largest crop of Burley tobacco ever raised in Barren county 75000 pounds was sold last week at 91 cents netting the grower nearly 7000 Hoi Polloi Dick Dennys good two year old colt by First MateImp Paer ville won the initial race of Tuesday- at the Louis ville meeting The distance was four and a half furlongs How to Ward Off Old Age The most successful way of warding oil the approach of old age is to maintain a vigorous digestion This can be done by outing only food suited to your age and occupation and when any disorder of tho stomach appears take a dose of Chamberlains Stomach und Liver Tablets to correct It If trollledthese Tablets to ho just what you need For sale by Lyuo Bros Crab Orchard Ky- I sometimes think said the minister that it might not be u bad plan- o revive the old custom of a preach ers keeping an hourglass on his pul pit The friend nodded in agreement but said Wouldnt it sometimes be more to the point to have an alarmclock in each pewJudgeA Death Blood poison creeps up towards tli3 heart causing death TI Stei rns Utille Plalne linn write that a friend dreadfully injured his hand which swelled up like blood poisoning liucklenri Arnica Salvo drew out the poison healed the wound and saved his life Best In time world for burns and sores 25c at G L Penny Stan fordt and Lyric Bros Crab Orchard lrug stores n Season Specialties Huri udoorH window svriiiu id critnlitK hint Hlmnu WItk sOil Htoveit Idiro GiirtnliiM HhmtiN rolci Kxtfiiilou Ilruck lortIPrre- sluredMtretehereinrlwttrelckrrs Hcrtili Crushes to riinovo water do from Hour by section Unrixtand11uWling14lperINors frllllllil101l1e11l1Old Kiirnlture Coinu nnd set If you fun liiinio konuithliiK wo ilo nut krop food Liv ery Plenty of lores and buggies and fed Ixcollont mnI rhmkingcquhpnlPnts Pruitt BrothersMornlandiKy e a t 1 f1 4 J PEYTON My nun Jack Voytun ixyenrwnidwilla- lako the present wnnon of Ul1 Ht my stnlilu nt Morolnml Ky nt to Inmiru u living colt 1ylulIt tlln IarCe and lint and I sold lIr crop of colu ftt 111 round Four of his culls HII on bay farm which will coyblue1ti11JInunllN of rill n lit 5 In Inllllre n llvtng cult Money due When colt Is fonlttt or niiire trutlitl or imrtitl with Not wpontlhl for accidents or escnasIi KIXO Morelniul Ky A FAMILY SAFEGUARD Dr Green arranges with the Niece of Dr no schee handle her famous Uncles Heat Throat and tung Cure T1te best family safevuanl is a rvliabb household medicine that will cure croup coughs colds chilly tcnsations runnitig eves nose sore throat and bronchial affections that will keep the children all contagious diseases n medicine U tochces German IIqSurh which has a record of 35 years in of consumption catarrh all lung and bronchial QThc fame tl German Syrup as a consumptive cure since iu purchase by Dr Green from the piece of the famous Dr I6schec has extended to all parts of the earth It has big sales everywhere to ITwo sites ajc 750 dru lsts For Sale nt Pennys Drug Store J K BAUGHMANS NABOTH By Naboth bay thrcete rsolJ and a much finer lion than his slreso well known In this part of the State as a breeder of speed stvleanti durability Jaw Nora Nor sal brNoral lll a win of Electioneer IU Nora Norval Ant dam by iletropoll rAtilIkubyWgnerby Thorntons Kattlor Asplondld IndlrlJ uat with a pedigree tine n any horses HUMMER JR Bay stallion 1J1J hand a food individual with abundant sp ed lie Is by Hummer 8113 sire of Bouncer 309 Stately 2m1111 tpal MounlataeelI2t1StfffllSlsason of the renowned Klectloneer and save one Is the only son of Electioneer llTlnxthat Lout of a George Wilkes mare and with tbe exception of Arlon U the only ion standing In Kentucky that has a 209 performer to his credit Hummer Jr1 dam b the great Lord Russell dam OodlTa by Auditor 7- 73HAPSBURG 509 Great coach stallion 181 hands high by Imp Olo ternnd out of a mare by Wonder fuilloy Aa one wuhlng a very high bred couch oraetobreed on standard breo mare for tiling style speed and action sho- uldaJIESSEALVERSON Shetland Tony fine IndiTldualgnod breed lr style and action All of these horses wlllstand at ltd to In urea living colt NAPOLEONWill also stead my jack Napoleon at to Insure wares and 110 by the season from April to July t for Jennets t sres gn ted ate per rnlJnth which to all cases taunt paid before they are removed Care taken to prevent accidents but not epaodble nnvuncut HAUOHMAN HuntonvllleKy TEMPLE HILL STOGK FflRM ITajcffia Place City Llalt Harrodsburg Kentucky l vnrold nronl SOtln Will hent IntIIlIf mile truck Hlrcof with r nj rlhnntJt Ohiiiiiilon liow lior ami loiullim sin nf lilulirlnm rotnl horns tiiinm t i llIluunIIIUK volt unit u one ut that or 117 t he sen onI uliillu U In to the Ixktlntireiit of HMMIWII nrxof noses of Mtrivr in iidloliiliitf joiin tits ll1l1r1 to Kill Le11f1t liemiM he not fur sill I ixioHt to kolIhllllllllil r niul Ininille lili pnMluiM tur iilthut will work fur t of all IIloll nt iriii no mutter to whom thfv is loiiir 2ndllrtnnsetticolthntla reputa tion unit bateld for higher prliv nude tliow of mix ktiilllonin Meror or nllpduing CHintli Mnl HccaliM ills cult hove tukeii more preinliiniH thiin tho e of nny xtullliiii in Meni r or comm tlH Uhf llecmiw In hits ii hater nnoril an n ales tend hnrlni won iu out of ii race nodols ttrrneonloIhOW horse havlnu won Wont of al shows thou imy Mnlllon In Merreror ullllllllllll ullthlI 6th HcraiiMt Hiil Ixnfls till only horse aired by a hone with n ret 0nl of Sll Ill r Ulnyi who hits t1rollIthe hint took a Mnnclmd reronl mid was a winner and whoMturiinililiini iKoiiriuiinwin Iltest liriHMl inar In the world liav hlulllnthell1nndnhowmlrell K Clay sold for 511111111 who e hull for 1190 whose IIIIIIIs girl MltiMl tVlkls mid for pi Ise for a hitlf bdrt who hlnikvlf iltcd Iiifi hollllt threo yearn old forlU mid at IIyenraoldfortI7sl and that lilnikolf KlriHl It colts K fur over fui MIIII an high SYJn11ud teams from tlVil to LLuo- Mercer or adjoining counties Otlu Hut thnCof lied l alitcoltH went ever trained for nnd they all took recoriN h lint Olp of Hil nte roils wsi Peer rnriMl mid ho IIturh111I1I or U races wliinlim first In olio 11ndeer0adlnnll till others as shown the YenrlKMikand showed miles In SIS and wmild huye locna MMKiitlonnl horse hail Ito lived Nth HIIlIf tins sired more Mull cliiHt hlKhprkrd trams than liny sin IIloll Kentucky In the pant two yours Vth rullhuNevcrnl olleru of over = lii for a pair I now have out of those sold live years old and moit nf tinin under three oltl Now I tuiylf you winitn trotter Itoit Isnf- Is bred U uit Isone of the Kreiitedt sirs of tti 11rPlllllwemI lid hUdam it great and shu om of the worlds Kreatcxtklreo of spued lied Wllkeii and hU Hires dum Rrentont liriHMl mare In the world If you want a show IIIgiho1Pt has proven hu ran net tiicm of thu qiialltyii threeyearold marc by him HIIIW the circuit In regular and sweepstakes and wi IInl lilt II out of II shows only by the worlds fn11uusi3IQueen p want a bal theJIlghlstilulliire ttot hili Illlles thllt will arc siire to great nnirits If tiesp moo nut nuts I h nUolmve not1 ft Hlnck Jack to ttnml nt J1 o Insure shying colt RFJOnOAn 4 ate eqyYP Galton 12910 PlmlbyOambettaWllkM St let dam 1Iy Field grand dam of Alice Wilkes SoddamCrtIMtbeandIroa I ed mhos out In tlU anti better Tllhl evtdene that hn wni rt plenty of s ed facu roseIoneatllPreofJ1lttors1e1CIs him nt 81000 This U just a few tntaare of rocout mf Oalton has made till of Ms tuureathegreat show done In his young days hnln defeated outf the Imt In harness rlastM and labored under a Rnwt disadvantage ooing tea yon bal orlppln In use shoulder at a two year nld with time cripple he can work a mile In S3i lth but little bandllnr OIl roil have gore against and defeated the beet one of bl writs havisg won a 87J preu slrssdvdoorof mare be Is getting of late are much better than his gist seasons 13Inbetter This Is morn than any other horse of his age baa In the 3M list Uambettasons and dauchters have over 40 In the 2H list This U proof that Oalton hM a rna1Mtradedmonth WII1 stand at my place two miles West of Hastoavtlleen Kradfotdivlllettlke 3 Phone In r llIlInce Y M IO1H 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