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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a I q rL oJcr 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL i l vocTxxxur STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 23 1905 MO 24 HUSTONVILLE Dont forget to attend the sale of W B Wright next Saturday W B Wright sold Mr Thurman a black family horse for 110 MIl Hesalo Worthington of Mays lick Is visiting Mr and Mrs Charles Wheeler Mlu Katherine lint wilt arrive this week from Knoxvlllo to spend the sum mer with relatIves Cownn McCormack shipped to Cin cinnati a car of hogs for which they paid He and Ii car ol sheep and lambs Levi Kelly an Iron worker of years experience has opened a blacksmith shop here Ills work is warranted In every particular Chas Wheeler has contracted with r Frye Greening for brick to build a twostory house to cover the balance or his lot on the west side of the Empo rlum Trustee of the Graded School having failed to get the college building ut ti satisfactory price lure npi olnted n committee to contract for the building of one by Sept 1st James Skinner who was murdered and robbed near Burkeavllle ors well and favorably known In the WoaLEnd where ho spent his boyhood days Ho was a half brother of David II Skin ncrIThe Morse II McKinley Mill Co of this city is in the market for all kinds of logs suitable for lumber Thty dos ed a deal lost week with Powell Depp for a large boundary of timber and are wanting more A good sized audience attended the song recital at the Christian church Fri day evening by Mrs Long and greatly enjoyed the music The accompani meats by Miss Mellc Hopper were fen tures of rare excellence Rev S n lenders of Danville has been engaged by the officers of tho Presbyterian church of this place to preach for tho congregation Ho and his family will move hero this week and will have rooms at Mrs C P Browns Miss Lora Hohon Is out again after n siege with erysipelas Mrs Smith wick of Oklahoma passel throngh toI Liberty to visit her father Judge J lichen Mr Smyser Tippet of Louis ville spent n couple of days pleasantly with trends here He bought a fast i I harness mare from P W Napier to use on the boulevards of his city J W Powell and Mack Sutton left Friday for Salisbury N C on n business and pleasure trip At a meeting Saturday of the board of directors of the Hustonvillo Fair As sedation W G Cowan was elected president George M Givens first vice president F F Sandidgc second icoI president J B Honakcr thin vice president Sam M Owens secretary nnd J H Hacker treasurer July 26 27 and 25th the association will ItlveI their exhibition and on a scale that will completely cclijwti all former cITorts There will he no games of any kind or allowedtCleaned Out When a deep cellar l ecomos filled with heavy poisonous nit It Is never safe to go Into It until it has boon cleaned out When your body has been poljhned with the foul ifslihu1 of undigested food it Is just as necessary to clean It out To do this pleasantly f and safrly take Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin It Is a pure scion title preparation which has no equal In tho cure of constipation headache biliousness und stomach trouble Sold by 0 L IVnny at GOo and 91 Money back If It falls J C Lowdon Otto W StcfTons und W J Thompson president vice prcsl dent and cashier respectively of the American National Bank of Abilene Tex hac been indicted byn special Federal grand jury charged with violating tho United States banking taws One count charges Steffens and Lowdon with abstracting money from tho bank to use in cotton speculation Let Everybody Work And tho world would more happy dud contented Just consider how much pain and trouble result In your body when your liver orstomach stop working Happily you can soon sot them to work again euro your pains and restore yourself to health and eon tentment with Dr Coldwolls laxa tive Syrup Pepsin Try it Sold by O L Penny at Mo and ft Money back If It falls All of the rulings of tho Supreme Court nro against the contention of Caleb Powers but that doesnt count All he wants Is to get to London Tay lors capital of Kentucky and his friends will do the rest Frankfort Journal Cigarettes with tobacco wrappers in stead of paper havebcen placed on the market Wisconsin labeled cigars to evade the anticigarette law The contents are said to be Identical with that of the papper covered brand IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Jerusha Warren Is dead at Rift Casey county George McNeil got three years In the penitentiary for killing Elmer Murphy at Pittsburg last fall John Fry n Danville Negro wanted for shooting was arrested In Ixmlsville by Chief of Police W Logan Wood Walter kirk son of John Kirk of Lancaster and a very popular young man died after a brief illness of rheu matism Miss Mary Denton l6 year olddaugi ter of Judge James Denton of Somer set died of heart disease during prep tion for an operation for appendicitis Moses White the Negro who was ar rested while attempting to rob Van snnt Cos store at Harrodsburg was given 15 years in the penitentiary on three different charges Lieut Wllhoit formerly of Nicholas vllle who was appointed to the regular army In lOOt has been ordered before n court martclal at Jackson barrack Louisiana No details of the charges against him have teen made public The Central Uuiverslty baseball team played a remarkable game at Ver sailles Tho game lasted 10 innings and the tie of 2 to 2 made In the curly Innings was finally broken by Central scoring the wining nm on an error a balk and n wild pitch Mrs Verna Owens administratrix of J T Owens her hushayd obtained a verdict in the Circuit Court of Marion against the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company fort 111000 being tho full amount sued for and tho full amount allowed for death by negll gcnceMltcltellTaylor the stave king of the mountains has moved his main of fice from Burnsldo to 31G West Main street this city From this ofllce Ill the business transacted by tho firms of Mitchell Taylor Taylor Moss and Taylor Wilkinson will be conducted Mm James B McCrcary will give n reception at their residence In this city Tuesday evening from 8 to oclock to grand anti subordinate commandorie1 and to their friends No special invitations will be issued but we are authorized to say that Sen ator and Mrs McCreary will be glad to receive all Knights Templars and all friends who can be present Richmond Register Prof H IL Walker superintendent of schools of Mercer was given judgment for 10000 against D C Heath f Co publishers of school books the amount sued for on the alleged forfei ture of the bond of the defendant company with tho State of Kentucky to sell their lxA ks at a uniform price throughout the State The judg ment will be held in abeyance however until tho question of jurisdiction is passed upon by the Court of Appeals Special Judge of the Court of Ap peals M C Sauflcy rendered n de vision afllrming the Franklin Circuit Courts decree in the case of A J Ahscrct nl vs Edward Uhl and others The decision involved large tract of land In Clay county Edward Uhl brought suit in the Franklin Circuit Court to enjoin the Register of the Land Oflice from issuing patents to A J Miser and others on surveys of land lying in Clay county which Ahser claimed to be vacant Uhl claimed to bo the owner of these tracts under n patent issued in 1872 to J H Checvcr roe 200000 acres Why Suffer From Rheumatism Why suitor from rheumatism when ono application of Chamberlains Pnln Halm will relieve tho pain Tho quick relief which this liniment affords makls rest anti sleep possible and that alone Ix worth many tunes Its cost Many who have used It hoping only for n short relief from suffering have been happily surprised to find that after awhllo the relief hCCILIIIO permanent Mrs V II Leggett of Yum Yum Tennessee U S A writes am n great sufferer from rheumatism all over from heat to foot and Chamberlains Pain Halm Is the only thing that will relieve tho pain1 For sale by Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Ky +The little boy was o hisknees In his night dress his prayers and his little sister couldnt temptation to tickle tho soles of his llttlo feet He stood it as long as he could nndthen he said Please God excuse me while I knock the stufiln out of NellieSomerset Journal Wfor It It will pay you to watch for the very first symptom of Indigestion or liver trouble and to prevent thotroublo from gaining headway by quickly taking Dr Coldwell8 laxative Syrup Pep sin Nothing Is moro weakening to the system than chronic dyspepsia nnd all Its complications Nothing will cure It so quickly pleasantly andsure ly as Syrup Pepsin Sold by G L Fenny at 60o and 11 Money back If it falls 1ry b 1r NEWS NOTES The Czar has dismissed Capt Clado from the Russian navy Johan Hoch the Bluebeard has been sentenced to hang at Chicago Henderson and Evansville are to be connected with a 30 minute traction lineA Negro was hanged at Scalevale Ga for the murder of his wifes grand motherEvery Southern State will be repro sented at the Southern Industrial Parliament in Washington Justice Harlan acted as umpire at a baseball game between ministers and students at Winona Lake The First National Rank of Cornwall N Y was closed by direction of the Controller of the currency Three young robbers at Chicago smashed a jewelry store window and escaped with jewelry worth 2GOO Vice President Fairbanks will repre sent the President at the opening of the Lewis and Clark Exposition June 1 Johann Hoch the convicted wife murderer has collapsed and weeps like a child over the result of his trial The ball game between the seniors und faculty of Central University woa won by the youngsters by a score of to 2Eight men were killed and four were injured In u headon collision between freight trains on the Illinois Central near Echo Tho President is said to be alarmed at the undesirable class of immigrants now coming over and may lay the matter before the public Mitchell and John L Sullivan signed articles for a 15 round fight in Tacoma Wash September 18 forgatercceipts to be divided GS and 35 par cent Japan officially denies as the work of enemies the report that It plans to keep tho Emperor of Korea in Japan The entire story to declared to be unfound cd Conductor William Drake and an un known passenger on the line of the Wheeling Traction Company near Lan sing W Va were fatally shot by an unknown Negro The State Institution for Feeble Minded Children at Frankfort Is for the first time since it was established crowded with patients that no more can be accommodated A workman with a bomb In his pocket stumbled nnd fell on the street in Warsaw Poland The bomb exploded killing the carrier and tWo detectives anti demolishing a nearby cafe The proprietors of soda water lour tains in Lexington are considering the question of increasing the price of soda water and frappes from five to 10 cents It is claimed there is no profit at the fivecent rate An archeologist has unearthed an American statue which he estimates is 0400 years oldor 1000 years older than civilization and art were selen tifically supposed to be It is now up to some one to unearth minaturc of Eve Moses B Feltner has requested Gov Beckham to furnish him with a guard when he goes to Jackson to appear at his trial for the killing of Jesse Fields Feltner says he feels that his life will be In danger owing to tho evidence he gavo at Lexington against the llargises and Callahan in the Cockrill murder case An election will be held In Jackson Saturday for the purpose ofdetermining whether or not the saloons shall be re opened The election was called by Squire Brcck Combs acting County Judge in the absence of County Judge Hnrgis Some of the strongest men politically are arrayed on either side and the contest promises to be close George B Warner sentenced to hang in Louisville Friday last for the murder of Pillaskl Leeds was granted a respite until May 31 by Goy Beckham to permit a thorough inquiry into the condemned mans sanity The governor took this action after the jury which sat in tho insanity inquest had been out for six hours and had reported itself hopelessly hung Clean House Today Dont wait till tomorrow but clean house today with Dr CaldwelPs lax atlvo Syrup Pepsin Of course we moan your house of flesh and hone your body This Is tho best house you own and should get the most care Yet most people neglect It In a dread ful manner As n result stomach liver and bowels soon get out of or der and cause great pain distress and dangerous internal diseases Tho only safe suro cure Is Dr Culdwells Syr up Pepsin It clears out nil Causes of sickness cures constipation and Indi gestion cleans house and makes you well Try It Sold by G L Penny at 6Go and II Money back If it falls When tho Czar of Russia dines out except it be nt the house of a very Intimate friend he always takes his chef to cook his food and as is tho case with King Edward takes his own wine along xYNE BROS II Pharmacists and Prescriptions CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY Resolutions Of RespectIOn the first day of comrade Thomas J Logan Camp No 1336 was suddenly stricken death in the Goth enr of his ngeIComrade Hatcher was a native of North Carolina and during his early manhood in common with thousands of young men of the South he gave his heart andjiis hand and offered his as a sacrifice for the land he loved soI well He participated fighting gallantly under the celebrated Stonewall Jackson j In all of the important battles of the armies of Virginia and was in one of the regiments composing the command which came so near capturing Little Round Top at the great battle of Get tysburgAt time he was offered the cap taincy of his company but declined the position and continued to fight in the ranks until the close of the war sur rendering with Gen Lees army at Appomattox He was always faithful and true to the cause courageous and ready at all timesAfter the close of the war he settled first in Somerset Ky thence removed to Monticello from there to Stan ford and had been residing in Lancas ter for about 10 years Comrade Hatcher was a quiet mod est citizen of great industry finally dying at his post of duty and was well beliked by our citizens Our deepest sympathy is extended to the family of Comrade hatcher- Resolved that a copy of these reso lutions be published in tho Central Re cord of Lancaster the INTERIOR JOURNAL of Stanford and that n copy be de livered to the family of the deceased and that same be spread at large on the records of our camp Joseph A Arnold commander R B Denton ad jutant By J W Hamilton secretary A Good Family Liniment Every family should bo supplied with a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm For cuts bruises burns scalds nnd similar Injuries which are of frequent occurence there Is nothing so good It soothes the wound and not only gives instant relief from patu but causes tho parts to heal In about onethird tine time required by the usual treatment As It an nntlsoi tic all dang r from bloot1 uiiii17ls- Irohl d Soldlby Lyyno Bros Crab Orchard Ky Despairing herHehasnt the lightest ear for poetry or good literature and he has no idea at all of what real life is like Friend Hell make a bully magazine editor bilious attack Is decidedly unpleasant It Is quickly over when Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are used For sale by Lyric Bros Crab Orchard Ky James Skinner ono of the most prom- Inent citizens of Cumberland county was murdered and over 2000 taken from his body near Burkesville Thurs lay night la VeyrF e t BEAUTY HTS11Bright leathers are They are dressy stylishJt Easy to take care Easii keep AmericaShloesl 1acmewhich has more wear than most shiny lea thers and is softer and more pliable Let ussshow you these Beauty Brights SAM ROBINSON Dry GQods Clothing Shoes Hats and Caps Ladies and Gents Furnishings r All are Invited Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY r If your Binders or Mowers need any repairs let us have your order early as well have no expert to do gratuitous work this year Binder Twine on hand now Give us your work W H HIGGINS I 11 STANFORD KY The SherwinWilliams Paint Made to Paint Buildings with t covers most wears longest Will N Craig M D Pharmacist tiw Phone No 13 Stanford Kentucky I z The Interior Journal E C WALTON r EDITOR F J CAMPBELL of the Sor cruet Journal at his leisure moments between serving the State as a member of the Board of Equalization and his readers as editor of the best country paper in the State has figured that John D Rockefellers wealth in silver dollars would weigh as much as two battleships in 1 bills it would make a double girdle around the world and have t a remnant 1500 miles long But waitI he says until Commissioner Garfield j gets through with his oil Investigations He will make all that wealth look like 30 cents t A UNIQUE demonstration of the per suasive power of advertising was re cently made in New York A bank 2 suffered severe fire and many of the depositors who were foreigners started a run on the institution the impression having spread that the money was being burned up The bank promptly advertised the fact that the cash could be had for the asking and invited its clients to withdraw their deposits Confidence was im mediately restored and the run halt ed TUB Livingston Banner tells the whole truth it matters notwho it hurts when it says Now let the Courier Journal Louisville Times Post and Herald get in line and work as hard for the conviction of Powers Howard Taylor Finley and other sureenough assassins as they did for the punishment Judge Hargis It is noticable that not one of the papers mentioned above was as vehement in its demand for the con viction of the assassins of Goebel as for the conviction of Hargis A LOUISVILLE man knocked six teeth out of his wifes mouth becauseshe put onions in the lettuce dressing and now comes a dispatch from Potts ville Pa that another husband tried to kill his wife because she failed to have onions for dinner and failing cut his own throat Onions or no onions seems tc be a mooted question now PROHIBITIONISTS should not give up 1 their fight against strong drinks because the announcement is made that 81000000 glasses of beer are drunk daily in the United States At least 50000000 glasses of the thirstquench er is foam POLITICAL Clark county republicans will nomi nate a countyticket July 1 Joseph Burgher has been appointed postmaster at Portwood Madison coun tyD M Parry of Indiana wasreelect ed president of the National Manu facturers Association at the session held in Atlanta Cow Hanly of Indiana has an nounced that he will not pardon a wife beater even though the State Board recommend clemency All hope of the success of the pend ing negotiations of the new Chinese ex clusion treaty has for the present been abandoned by the Chinese officials Charles B Ecton who is pledged to to vote for the reelection of Senators McCreary and Blackburn was nomi nated for State Senator in the Bourbon districtGov Deneen of Illinois has vetoed the bill appropriating 25000 fora State sanitarium for treatment of tuberculo sis patients Economy was the ground on which the bill was vetoed The republican convention at Dunn ville nominated D C Hopper of Rus sell as representative from the district composed of Casey and Russell His opponent was Lilburn Phelps of James town Amid scenes of wild disorder and in the face of fierce denunciation from the spectators Philadelphias City Council voted a 75year gas franchise of the city The mayor will veto the ordi nanceWilliam J Bryan announces that he will make a tour of the world for the study of municipal ownership and rail road problems His daughter is in poor health and with other members of his family will accompany him Thomas J Marcum of Wayne coun ty has withdrawn from the race for the republican nomination for State Senator the Sixteenth Senatorial dis trict leaving but one candidate Dr L C Nell of Adair county The primary which had been called for May 29th will now be declared off and Dr Nell will be given the nomination Robert Shaw an alleged lunatic shot and badly wounded five men who were trying to control him at his homo at i Waitman Ky Not a trace has been found af the three diamonds worth 00000 stolen from the workrooms of Tiffany New York Ashbrook president of the 1Farmers Bank of Cynthiana died t suddenly of heart failure Rev Ben B Bigstaff noted Ken tuckymountinevang llst died S in a The annual encampm nt Kentucky Sons of Veterans is on progress in Louisville I Here and There A heavy windstorm ewcpt over For Worth Tex One person was killed Judge Albion W Tourgee United States Consul at Bordeaux died in tha cityAndrew Carnegie has given Wcllcsl College 125000 for the erection of a libraryThe new British battleship Africa of 16350 tons was launched at Chathan dockyardsThree electric Isghts are to be placed on the dome of the Capitol at over the island are cele brating the third anniversary of their independenceGrant Odd Fellows celebrat ed the 86th anniversary of the order at Willinmstown During a hunger riot at Alcazar de San Juan Spain workmen attacked several flour mills Burglars were discovered in the act of drilling the stamp safe in the Sat Francisco postofilce It is reported that John D Rockcfel ler Jr will get out of Standard 011 because of its methods Two thousand Albanians have sur rounded the town of Guillane Albania threatening massacre all the Sere vians there The first annual conference of UK National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis has ended in WashingtonA at the jailat Rich land Center Wis and threatened to lynch Charles Tyler and his two sons who are charged with assault Policeman Patrick E Blackwell who was hurt while guarding a Wells Fargo Express wagon during the strike at Chicago died of his injuries At a meeting of the faculty of Cen tral University Mr Waller Hudson of Lancaster wes awarded the honor of Valedictorian of the class of 1905 Capt Van B Tyler of Springfield killed himself Several weeks ago be cause of his continued inebriety his wife killed herself in his presence The Planters Hotel at St Louis has been purchased for about f250000 by a syndicate of which Col Thomas J Landrum of Louisville is president Phelps Dodge Co of New York have bought the control of the New Mexico Railway and Coal Co which has 3000000 common and 1000000 preferred stock Manual Nontoya a wealthy ranch man of Los Alamosa N M killed his wife with a razor tore down part of his house demolished all the furniture and committed suicide LANCASTER A fairly good crowd was in town yesterday County Court Day The Class Sermon preached by Pres J J Taylor of Georgetown College Sunday evening at the Presbyterian Church was exceedingly fine Dr Taylor is a man of great intelligence of good address and a forcible speaker Judge R A Burnside was thrown from a horse last week while near Lon Ion with a posse of revenue men Judge Burnside was dragged some 200 yards and severely kicked in the side yjiis horse He was brought home Saturday night and is reporfed some setterM Neal State organizer and Lecturer of Louisville was in this city Monday in the interest of the Farmers institute The farmers took much nterest in this and Mr Neal is meeting with much success there being good prospects of a Club being organized in the near feature W H Furr bought seven hogs from J C Clouse at 435 Elmer Deather age of Richmond bought 2500 pounds of wool in the Paint Lick section pay- Ing 22J to 28c Geo W Miller sold aIhorse to E W Walker for 125 Mose Lawson sold 13 barrels of corn to Woods Valker at 250 J C Fox bought 200 heep in Pulaski County Foly El more bought three hogs from John tigsby at 4GO J C Clouse sold light hogs and two steers to J C Fox for 35 Chas Rigsby sold a two year old horse to James Dyehouso for 85 Miss Cotton of Danville is with Miss Jzzie Hudson for a short stay Rev H M Faulconer and family will leave his week for Philadelphia where Rev aulconer will conduct revival Miss andram Burnside hsas her guest Miss Eugenia Dunlapof Lexington Miss izzie Beazley leaves Tuesday for an xtended visit to her brother Dr W S Beazley in California Mr and Irs Louis Landram have been asked by the Richmond Elks to assist them in entertaining their guests at their eception to be given Thursday evening The Richmond Elks will give this reception for the visiting Knights Tem- plar and Elks and it will be one of the most notable events of the Conclave Pirating Foleys Honey and Tar Foley fc Co Chicago originated loney and Tar as a throat and lung emedy and on account of the grot merit and popularity of tfoleys Honey and Tar many imitations are offer ed for the genuine These worthless Imitations have similar sounding ames Beware of them The genuine oleys Honey and Tar Is In a yellow package Ask for it and refuse any substitute It Is the best remedy for oughs and colds G L Penny S I CHURCH MATTERS Rev George H Fancy has resigned as pastor of the Christian church at Burin Rev Gilbert Glass will preach at Walnut Flat church at 330 Sunda BigatalT the mountain evangelist was stricken with apolcx at Jackson The Presbyterians of Louisville united in services at the Warren Memorial church in memory of John Knox The Southern Presbyterian General Assembly at Fort Worth Tex select ed Greenville S C as the next plac ofmeetingDr Plunkett of Augusta Ga was elected moderator by the General Assembly of tho Southern Presbytcriai church at Fort Worth Texas An arrangement has been mad whereby the Southern Methodist Col lege at Paintsville Johnson county and the Methodist College at Ashland will be consolidated the latter college being moved to Paintsville A bombshell of consternation was thrown into the Northern Presbyteriai Assembly at Winona Lake Ind by the receipt of a telegram from the col ored Cumberland Presbyterian genera assembly at Huntsville Ala announcing that it had appointed a committee to confer on the question of church un ionRev Martin Owens a Christian preacher of Rockcastle county has reached the ripe old age of 82 years and now enjoys good health for hi age He has been preaching for 55 years and during this time has reo cieved into the Christian church 2671 persons and has performed the mar riage ceremony for 893 couples the first couple being married February 19th 1850 He wishes to marry seven theIthere was but one postoffice in Rock castle county this was at ML Vernon and there was about a hat full of mail delivered there by stage or horseback once a week Small Cor Somer set Journal Best for Women and Children On account of Its mild action and pleasant taste Orlno Laxative Fruit S rup is especially recommended tot women and children It does not naus eato or gripe like pills and ordinary cathartics Orino Laxative Fruit Syi up aids digestion and stimulates the liver and bowels without irritating them Remember the name Orlno and refuse substitutes G L Penny DORSEY GOLDDUST 12055 Ktill brother to Kttvlle IIVII Hired by Zllrndl Oolddu IKO by lolddut Ito by Vfrniont Morgiii dnm ti IIcndliii Imp Arabliin ntnlllou- lH r Uolddutfi dam U Florence by nol lu1IHII1IllUkllljtnllloiidtkcemllng from on will aided tlm bvit family of roiiil hortsk- nown Dorwy Cioldilutt U II dark Uiy black polllhllIlIllS hiind welKhK III iundii A irovrn mid uniform breeder ol hlhcln routl anti Kuitvrn horMscIIItIIItng nil thv lunlltle for Iiiiriit tout middle and aro In lemund nt tot prlcen The champion Middle ind comlilmil tceldlng of thu American lOri hOII Jack U Dlnmomri land to hla enrllI Twelve of liii colt law fold for over 11111 In IhlNllt two HIM lllimrvlce U olTered than my hor of hbi producing iiunllty In Ken ucky Will HtiinU nt 12 little rota stimittord Ky cii Jtutonvlllt 1111lit II to 11IlIrlllhllIlI colt IOntIY oU ilrojts Of mnrtt rted y brwxler litre kept ut IDcpvrdny on IIniU No rw lH n lbllty for uccldenti or Tiw- eI of cure nnd handling Aililrvu F ItKI Htunfonl or Diinvlllc Ky Antecarlo 226 12 lado over VermiHI track In ulnnlnt nin tIred by Anteo lilt IS that nold for SjlUI- III imhllo wile First dam Mary Ann by lallstorin son of Mnmbrlno 1lIh 111 Iiiu two crofmes produced Tim Abliot dl 14 champion trottIng Kehllng of tho rand Snd dam by Indeixndcnce wm of uulniw JackMin Independencus dam by iiiifrlcaii Htnr Tho American Mtnr nnd uidrew Jiifknon blood nsixmslblo for irvsceus IIIIthdllIIIOII trottlncktnl of tho world You two fnltl1IUIC fimtest stiilllon you t Itf bred than either of them for hn hns the itO1 of both Antecnrlo Is n olld brown 13 3i hiimU hlKh welchlnu 117U line tVl and netlon will utand at IfltolniuruHllvliiK colt Will nlM stand tho young tuck ABRAM 3RDllt It to Inmire a colt wil wtrvt ljriii Soul ii nil ho by un Imported Jack ibramSrdft first until by Veloclxdo Snd dnlll by Imp dRill by Morenno tuiniimoti tlen retained on colts for cl in Mares traded or bred to other IIor es forleltalllunaIlC and makes seniioii loiHV due llotn WIlt stand nt my fnrin on Homerlet IIlke four mile from Htanford Mnrvi grill t at H mouth Onro token to irvent- cclilints hilt not renixmnlblo should tiny occur WILLIAM MKIKLDH Stanford Ky PROSPECT 2087 DESCRIPTION Foaled April 28 zoo hands high solid bay with white feet behind a model in form with superior style a show horse second to none in harness or under saddle PKUIORKK Sied by Dignity Dare ifJSa he by Chester Dare he by Black Squirrel he by Black Eagle he by King William ligoity Dares ist dam Lizzie Mont by Velchmont he by William Welch he by lysdicks Hambletonian Prospects tat dam Dora Deane 3740 bv On Time lie by Stonewall Jackson Sr 2nd dam by Joe Wallah ne by Abdallah Glencoe 3rd l1am by Funks Sumpter Denmark 4th dam by Black Hawk Morgan 5th data byOI- her he by Wagner Cih 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 aled or mate traded or parted with lares grazed at 12 per month all bills paid before removal of mates not respon sible for accidents or escapes Three miles from Shelby City on the Hustonville pikeCARPENTER SANDIDGE v r j o 1 w Little Things 4+1 + 4tf + t+ + + ftn4t1U + I f Tltigthe little matters of life ntul the little thinga hi huptcSI that wo nilut wntcli to below nrc sonic of the Little Things in courstock Shoe PolUh in black at 6 antI lOc Tan ntul White at lOc Shoe Laces in every conceivable thing from u round cotton Lice at He per dozen to the new very new and very wide silk lace at 23c per pair CufF Buttons at SOc n pair gunrau i teed for three years Sf broken in that time a new pair without nwork n better one for 81 with wine guarantee Collar UtltiIi t tlp with tame giiarotcc 25c Watch Folw COc to f5 Cuff holders HfcnJlnir Collar Springe 5c Gnrtern 10 antI 2Ct Sleeve Holders 0 10 and 25c a pair Handkerchief hem stitched G 10 antI 25c Silk Handkerchief 25 SOc nod fti Harris Suspender Jxtter than anybodys 2fic to II A FpeaI lit of heavy lupeudcrs for laboring men at 25 tOanti TOe 1p1s0 jIWOOD WILKES Trlnl Urconl over Ornli Orchard tnlckIIIII lit Hlrttl Hnvie Wllkru lie liy ltokey In IIIIIlIlIhjtonlalllOliownil HtniiKrtlcr Sl 11 Knlln tntwdull liy Alniont Jr ho by Col ViIi Al lllIlIIlIrlllolhlfIHtinmrk Will ninke tin prrwnt nol at soy pineion Homrrwl iilkf tulle frou Mtanford sit 110 to tiliurti it Iltng colt WKI Wllkmbin coining njcnrolil nml ha nl rtoily iiroviii hltntrlt prvnt linvtlrr litcolts i1m0a nix td niul nn ubuiiilnnni of styli They ant MK rnngy fellow slid step wrll 1111 rvUiliK on colt till WNMIII If pnlil llIn trailed or Mild forfeit liiiurnnc nm inn kiixn Min money mute Star griud ti pr mouth Cnrc taken to prevent Iriitu but not rckponilblr thoiilil nov litI KKIIX VlllTK Mlunfiiril Ky INABOTH JR NnbothJr Is Ixnutlful dark Imy with heavy iniinn nml tall with potxl IKIIIC plenty of tyle and finish and hni rxtrfiuu high UP tlon 8 lid If workTit would step a fnut iinold Nnlmth lila irc 110 l over It hand high weigh jess poitml i multi oiily yrHr ohl huts 5Iny UK It liy thf wvllknown Snlmth who WHiilrvtl by nlilnnlmtil sir of 1ntltiKlf JIT 14 unit inaiir oIlier In thin list Vnl klnithnni NnbotliiKlri1 is II win of nOr VIlkc First dinii Tlnwl by tcseitger introc on of llnmblftonlun antI ln of KIiiliuai thin iluiii of Norlalni ycnrllni ncordrIII NaUitli Jro lint ilnin by MrnKiiKcrCIilvf Jr1 nut itiatit bvUrlt IMivlii Sot ilmitit tliorouithliml Hi will mnkilhv tnllrordlnlIlyliig colt Momy due when colt UfMUc or nmari nnrtnl with Mitre tnul l orrrmortd from thli count v forMU thu Itmurnncc nnd the niomy It Iu ilen retained on colli until l11iilNiihntii ty thI1 horionwn to the IKHI hone In Kentucky to Itrritl to for hlKlioliun hnrnviR horses K t him bo lore you bntd J II IIKA7IKV Iltanforti Ky FORSALEM- cCINNEY I ROLLER MILLS loiter for sal m iiisad mlrience ID UcKlnner Ky Mill hut flour capacity of 30 barrel and meat 10 bushels day- MIII U well equipped with modern michln eyIn Rood repair H ilorage capacity of 3000 bushel of wheati alto large corn blci and cribs Wagon tcalcs operated from ofllce coat blni Ice house under roof Never falling water In mill lot Mill h within 100 feet of Cincinnati Southern It K track and hai private Idlnif The loca hoots good for the following reitionii Mc Kinney U nearest market to mAny of the largest wheel and corn trowern in Lincoln county large territory furnlthlng custom grinding The teed and coal bnitotii In connection with mill paywell No trouble to market all products mill Rest dunce Is a twoitory six room Sterns with cistern on back porch Milk hquse at back door cemented all comparatively new Large barn buggy bop la On ac count of niy tailing eybt ant health generally physician s have advised me to the inllllnf business For furtbrr particutaracallon or address Dr Edw Al corn Hu Ky or W D McKinney IIanfordlvUISS McKINNEY McKlnney Ky Administratrix GEORGE HURt One of the finest English coach horses in the State will make the present season at my place on Silas Andersons farm at tto to insure a living colt money due when colts or mare is parted with a lien retained on volt until season money Is paid George Hur is black four while feet and white face weighs when in good shape iCoo pounds stands full 16 hands and is sixyearsold the coming Spring George llur is suple and a driver a quiet and safe horse at anywork He was by Den llur Major 273 335 Grand Sire Scott 2430 Dam Jennie Beatrice Clydesdale George Hur has some of the finest In the country has proved to be a sire foal get ter Hur half English coach and half Clydesdale best draft horses in the State For infcrmation call on or write Wm Sprinkles at Rowland Ky and we Invite all of horses to call and examine George Hur Care taken lopreventaccidents but not responsible any occur 1 will also stand my fine Jack Jim Pore- ter at the tame place at IS- WM SrttiNKLM Rowland Ky J o I t Experience Teaches Experience tis said kwps a rtcar school the tuition comes Iilh but the lotion learned therein are never forgotten The wUc however are willing to profit by tlm experience of others When the painterman tolls you that Mastic Mixed PaintTIle Kind That Lmmtm Is mixed better than he can mix paints by hand that they are pure sure antI durable that they give the best possible results in beauty anti finish and will not crack peel or chalk oftthais hits veIns ol sxpsrlutcstlte lesson taught IsII buy Millie Mind Paint save money MsnuUcturrJ ly- PEASLEEGADLnERT CO INCORPORATED tOLISVIUC KENTUCKY FOR SALa 8V PENNYS DRUG STORE SPECIAL SALE FOR County Day on Monday next wo will begin n ealc that will ctartlo the natives in prices anti values We have too ninny goods anti mutt unload them ghotllemMens Black Worsted nnd Cheviot Out Coats 98c Mens Sunday anti Working Pants nt J8cChildrens Catimcro Suits at 75c up Childrens Pants 15o up Mens and Boys Hats lOc up Boys Caps 9c up Mens and Boys Shoes OSc up Ladies antI Misses Shoes at 75c up Mens Sunday Shirts with or with out collars 2lc- Suspenders for Boys and Men at Co up StanfordKy nLI Court Week Beginning Heavy Brown Cotton IJc ulfCalicoes 4Jo up Ladies and Misses Skirts 08c up f Nice Childrens Stockings fie up Mcn8 Socks 5o tip- I idieu and Mines Cortcls lOc up Moby Shoes different colors 19o up Lot of Neckties at your own price Garden Seed all kind two pack ages for 5c Black and White Thread 200 yard two for 5c JriLeadS Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY Cook Stove One No 74 Cap Cook Stove tfISA Phone mv Depot Stf Stanford Ky jjJ j STANIOIUi KY MAY 21 ID05 lid JUSTICE to yourself and to physician t materials am inmost careful service in preparing his f That is the wa pre PERSONALS MR JOHN BRIGHT JR is quite sick MR SAM C HARDIN of London i hereMRS D GOOD Is visiting her parent at Parksville Miss BESSIE ADAMS is with Mis Mary Phillip liON J N at Mt Vernon yesterday MISSKS FANNIC AND BLANCHE VAN DEVEEK are in Louisville Miss WILLIE CouMNEYof Garranl It with Mrs J C Cormncy Miss MlNNtR UOPLEY ts visiting Mrs J H Lane near Morcland Miss PATSY PIIKWITT of Lexington is tho guest of Miss Tcvls Carpenter MRS M K STEPHENS mother oI Mr E L Kcinhart remains very 1KEV H D MAHONY spent several days at tho Gover Hotel Crab Orchard Mud BEN BKOUGHTON of Memphis pWM tho guest of Mrs J S Owsley Jr JUDOC K J UnccKiNiuncE of Dan ville was hero yesterday on legal buss nessMiss Jtl AUD BEST of the West End is with Misses Elizabeth and Lucimla J C McKEE of Kingsvlllc wai tho guest of his daughter Miss Annie McKee MR AND MRS J B WILLIAMS of t Knoxvlllo Mt Salem took Saturdays train foi Mn JAMKS 11 AUIIIIGHT of prod head is very ill and his recovery it considered doubtful MR JOHN WILHITE and son Iuther of Wayne have been the guests of rel atives In this county MIRIRH FuwKscn AND SAVANNAH DeCK aro attending tho Knights Temp lar Conclave at Richmond NEWS comes from Birmingham that Mrs Ed U Uudderar who Is ill of fey er is very much improved Mns WM SCOTT has to hct homo in Danville after a week with her sister Mrs E L Kcinhart- MR 0 A PREWITT of Liberty was here Friday to meet his wife who had been visiting at Crab Orchard MORRIS FAHKIS JR of Danville got fourth money in the contest for the Gentleman Cup nt tho Louisville rac ell Miss ALVIRA VANA nsllA Lt is visiting friends at Dayton 0 While gone she will visit also at Columbus and Chica lgoMISSES MVKiis Allen and Hunter who have been attending college at Richmond were hero a few hours Saturday i on their way to their home in Adair They wer6 accompanied by Mr J A Diddle Miss NETTIE WRAY has succeeded Miss Freda Pipes in tho telephone exchange Miss Pipes while hero made many friends who regret very much f togivo her up She returned to her homo In Danville Sunday Miss FLONNIB HAMMOND one of the members of last years graduating class of our high school carries orT the highest honors in a class of 28 at Hamilton College Tho school congratulates its self on this victory and on the fact that had health of another fair member of tho class prevented her attendance the last hulf r there would have been first and second honors for the school Central Record r r LOCALS THE James distillery at Crab Orch ard will begin operations in a few days I TilE few warm days recently have brought out the strawberries in good quantities WE have Riding and Walking Culti vators also millet seed for sale E T Pence Co hayand feedand cano e IMILLtT cheap for cash J H sBaughman C- osi TilE firm of John Bright Jr Co assignment to Mr J B has mado an Paxton We were not able to get a r schedule of their assets and liabilities I HAVE accepted the agency for a monument house and will be glad to figure with those thinkingabout buying- a C Me tombstone or monument J Cl ry WE HAVE LEARNED That there li no better Corset mule for the money than tho American Lady and wo are keeping a good supply on band at all times Our lady customers are learning the same as there aro more ladles in and around Stanford wearing American Lady Corsets than any oth er make u m IBesT selection of Cut Glass and Sol Silver flatware at W H Muellers THE second base ball team tram Lancaster came over yesterday and defeated our second team 10 to 9 A LADY whomJJ Belden Co did some papering at Hustonvllle asks us to say they did a most excellent job W WANTED a Western Farmers Almanac of 1879 or 1880 Will give three months subscription to this paper for it This offic- ePLANTS50000 sweet potato plants for sale Brazilian 20c Southern Queen and Burmuda ICc per hundred W S Wigham Morelan- dLosTAn insurance policy of flOOO in the North Western Mutual of Mil waukee Wis Any information regarding it will be thankfully received by Jennie Givens McKinney Admrx MR En Iluuntnnnwho given the cultivation of strawberries much time study has our thanks for a half gal ot tho largest finest and sweetest berries we have seen in a long time FOR izIIona on Logan Avenue vacated by S R Cook Good garden partly planted outhouses cistern and hydrant number of fruit trees and a most desirable home In every Way For further particulars see Dr J F Pey tonSHOLDERS of Lincoln county bonds No 1 and 3 of series April 8 1895 will present them to the Lincoln County National hank for payment These lands are past due arid interest on them has ceased James P Bailey judge Lincoln county court Anotrr NAME There are three John Brights living within speaking dis tance of each other on Danville Avenue They are Messrs John Bright Sr John Bright Jr and John II Bright There are twoJohn Camcnlschs in this county and they are full broth ers One is our clever dairyman the other is a prosperous farmer of the McKinney section AN exceedingly pleasing occasion was that at the Graded School Friday eve ping It was a reception given by the older pupils to meet Prof and Mrs John L Boslcy The interior of the large building was beautifully decorat ed with flowers and the handsome curI pets and rugs on the floor took away allI semblance to a school room The teach ers of the school were also in the receiving line Light refreshments were served an hour or so was spent in con versation after which the large crowd took Its leave feeling that it was good to have been there HEAUONCoLLlsroxAt345 Saturday morning double header freight No fit ran into the first section of No 37 at Knob Lick Both engines of the douI ble header were badly demolished while that of No 37 was considerably dam aged Five or six carsloaded with coal and coke were broken up and their con tents thrown in every direction Wreck ers from Livingston and Louisville both came to the rescue and by 130 Satur day afternoon the road was clear Ve ry little of tho track was torn up The cause of the wreck was a misunder standing of train orders No 37 South bound in charge of Engineer W I Lindsay and ConductorJ W Stephen son had orders to meet No Gl at Knob Lick and as Southbound trains have precedence that train was standing on tho main track waiting No Gl En gineers Whitehead and Pryor and Con result the crow of No37theyhadTlbundanttime to leave their train but that of 61 had to jump hurriedly and Engineers White head and Pryor and Trainman Newman were all badly bruised and scratched in their leap for life It was Godsend they jumped for had they remiancd theircabs they would have been instant ly killed A tramp named John Moore who was in one of tho wrecked cars sustained a number of cuts and bruises Frank Conner flagman on 37 was knocked from his caboose when the trains came together and was slightly hurt It was not a costly wreck but an exceedingly narrow escape for the en tire trew of 64 and tho scene presented Saturday morning would not have made one envy the life of a railroad man Messrs Bickley Williams Givens and Denny who live near the scene were very kind to the trainmen in their trou ble 4I f Weare Learning Every Day Our constant desire to make this establishment the leading store in Stanford and Lincoln coun ty has borne good fruit in tho past and prom ises larger results in tho future You thepub lieare our teachers it is from you that we must ascertain whether wo arc on the rlghttrack or notWe look for your approval or censure Our aim is Dot only to sell goods lower than com petitors but give better service in every way Tnt Cranor Smith Lumber Co of Brodhead has bought Hugh Logans stave and saw mill at Crab Orchard W A MARE belonging oJA Estes which was bitten by a mad dog March 22 went mad a few days ago and died Toe Aimed tyof the Pres at byterian church will meet with Mrs N Craig Friday afternoon at 3 o clock r BURNING flues at H J McRobcrta residence and J H Booncx stable caus ed many to think that disastrous fires were in progress Tnt Crab Orchard base ball team defeated Stanfords second team on the formers grounds Friday afternoon by a the score of 23 to 4 Tire ladles of the Union Sunday School at McKinney will give a straw berry and ice cream social at the Dank Hall on Friday evening next Supper to thank our neighbors and friends for the many acts of kindness and sympathy shown us during our recent bereavement E L Reinhart and family Tnt members of Waynesburg Baj tist church the Masons Maccabees and other orders will hold decoration exercises and a fraternal reunion at Wayncsburg cemetery May 30 THERE were 19 applicants for Rchool certificates before Supt Garland Sin gleton and Examiner L R Hughes last week Five secured firstclass 10 secondclass one thirdclass and three failed NINE WILD Crab Orchard Springs Is making many improvements on the Springs buildings and is slinging paint and white wash recklessly lie will have his splendid summer resort in ship shape by the opening day Juno 1 AT the late term of the Adair circuit court about 70 indictments were returned against the Standard Oil Com pany for retailing oil in the county without license Saturday a trial ofone of the indictments resulted a fine of 550 The others were filed awayI IN renewing his subscription Mr Clarence C Douglas of Tarpley Texas writes as follows Gross is fine stock all kinds also Wheat and oats most ready for harvesting Corn tussling and cotton doing well Wool 20 to 22c per pound and mohair 20 to SOc All South west Texas has on her Sunday clothes MR E A Fox secretary of Sunday Schools in this State will give an illustrated lecture at the Christian church Sunday night next No admission fee will be charged but a collection will be taken up At 3 P M Mr Fox will hold a Sunday School Institute which all tho Sunday School workers of the town and county are cordially invited to attend TilE county meeting held at Goshen Saturday was largely attended a splendid dinner was partaken ofand the day was spent both profitably and enjoyably Interesting talks were made by Revs G W Mills F M Tinder J Q and W G Montgomery and L M Omer Nearly every Christian church In the county was represented and some atiafactory reports were received A GARRARD county republican who is sigh up in political ranks Informs us hat it is the general feeling among the republicans of Garrard not to give Ope position to any of the democratic nom- Inees except Judge A D Ford and some of the magistrates unless they can get the very best of material It icems that the rails are after the fiscal icourt but well wager they wont get it Tie Christian church was crowded Sunday morning to hear RevL M mcrs sermon to the graduates of the SchoolHubert Carpenter and Newland A special musical program was arranged and carried out by the best singers of town Added to this was a beautiful solo by Miss Patsy Prewitt of Lexington Rev Omers text was from the first chapter of Josh ua eighth verse and his discourse was a most interesting one It was a splendid lesson to the graduates and other young people and should prove of value- o them The other churches gave way to Rev Omer who had been chosen to Preach the Baccalaureate sermon and nany from the various congregations Nailed themselves of the opportunity ofhearing the popular pastor of the Christian church A t p q ci tj WE HAVE LEARNED To make cut prices when tho goods are most needed consequently wo offer some odds and ends In Womens Slippers at the low price of BSc They usually sell at 8125 to l1b0 and are a real good bargain for you if you only need them for every day wear Look at them Just tho thing for homo comfort E SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I Druls S1unnlniwas thullller1Ing 25cCAnDOFTIIANKSWedesire tlGraded Tim Ladies Missionary Society oj the Baptist church will meet with H Wearen at 230 Friday after noon LILT ARvMr Robert W Lillard formerly of this place died yesterday Winchester Tenn lie is survived by a wife and two children Miss Sadie Lillard and Mr Ashley Lillard Ills first wife and the mother his child ren was a Miss Craig of Stanford The burial will likely occur at his late home at Winchester CIRCUIT COURT begun at Mt Vernon yesterday with a rather light docket The morning was spent in charging the grand jury and the afternoon in trying number of criminal cases of minor importance The crowd was hardly up to the average and business generally was quiet Few changes have been made in the town since our lost visit but ML Vernon may be said to be holding her own The merchants seem to be thriving and people generally have an air of contentment Was Wasting Away- I had been troubled with kidney di sease for the last five years II writes Robert 11 Watts of Salem Mo I lost flesh and never felt well and doc tored 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 now sound and well It During the Summer kidney Ir regularities are often caused by excessive drinking or being overheated Attend to the kidneys at once by using Foleys Kidney Cure G L Penny MATRIMONIAL The church wedding of Mr J K Helm Sr and Miss Florence Owsley of Moreland was quite a swell affair The church at Morelarid was beautifully decorated and many friends of thebride and groom were present to witness the union of the popular pair We extend hearty congratulations to Mr Helm and J B Foster bought of J M Cress 23 750pound cattle at 31 to 4Jc He also bought o J W Allen nine 700 pound cattle at 4c J M Rankin sold to W L Lawson at Lancaster yesterday 18 200pound hogs at 4Jc J M Craig of Rockcaatle sold to Harvey Owens a gelding for 120 Lumber and Shingles Hawed and Rough LumtMTCIiffttuut Pop liiriiml Oiik fohln for Nil eheap1 II Darter six ndlcs from olnnford on lionwrsrt- plkr have your colts ens trutrtl i y T F GROSS Prvaehmvllle Kv the we11 known CHI tnitor horse doctoritatl diction ciuirnntvcil J S Murphy Son Hedg ville Kentucky sInvite you to Inspect their stock of poodi and get their price Thfwnnt II share of It It good ByelhrmNotice to The Public I Ida Austin ono of tho hest hor khwrn In this lttlolI I with lIIe mnd I will do plllin Iwrsu iliovlHK for Dccntx cash I also do UIIC horse shoeing nt rcasonnbie price I tunkensptCiitltyof wiigonnnd buggy war it sad cnn plemw you In work sad prici I ask a share your pea tronn J H Grevr Hoimml Ht Htnn foul Iy- McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Kentucky Mnmifncturrrsof Jean Mnwyg Klnnnel liliinkvt nnd Vnrn bead tin your wool We tllk wool In xcllnll for work nllowliiK the KntUfnctlon Rimrantrid tall or write for prices und information Agents vunlrU VilaH Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY Tho laU kt tn Jewelry Hllvvr rutOImsn Watchvi und Clock In Block FRUITS SHADE TREES ETC MrJ IL Ktophtnn formerly of Lincoln cltlivntandroomy will mil on with II lull IIlIoolllutchIlrullo- rullllwntul and Ihnd trees HrownllroK Co of Itochester N Yllr till rcolllltltd Ifndtft In thll lyrictotouneannti Itllllrnutttd b3 a cash capitol actual of over nurser- yIninoyl IJt tl acres Iarrurdhltluit aadlonhantilncoln during the following weeks k it Sri fr Childrens Shoes F tnara We give more attention to the buying and selling of CHILDRENS SHOES than any house in Stanford Ono en1 tire section of our store is a juvenile department and every at tention is given to the care of the little outs Wo are expert fitters of CHILDRENS SHOES and this is a point mothers will appreciate as no matter how good n SHOE may be you will not receive its full benefit either in appearance or wear unless properly fitted We are Stanford agents for the best lines of SHOES for BOYS and GIRLS We carry complete stockfrom infants to the largest sizes made fgr children alatll CUfiniNSMCLARY Stanford Kentucky Buying Publicj bought out the stock of Groceries Queensware Etc of John Co and now are in charge of formerly ran We ask a share of promising good goods at square dealing and courteous Try us on an order and we will make you call again JTlnfofAlLCT ARNER SON Terms Strictly Cash i s I1Altofi ABLE This wonderful Range is now on exhibition at our store and a look is all we ask to con vince you we have the best the market afi fords CEO H FARRIS STANFORD 11 W B McRoberts DRUGGIST 4 STANFORD 6 Sells Kuriccs Ready Mixed Paints Every betterNewLead and Linseed Oil Also A Tested ind Sure Bed Bug Destroyer a The Interior Journal Entered in She IJoslOffice at Sta ford ae Ireond dan mptttr PU11MSIIKU TUESDAYS AND FltlOAY AT 100 PER YEAR CASH nr Vhen not no paid WOO will be charg- edUMBRELLAS rf Hecovered and repaired and made almost as good as new for amount I can fix your umbrella better than the tramp repairers and for lest money five me trial FRANK ATKINS Stanford For Sale Privately My house acres of land situate just outside of town limits on the Somerset pike Rouse has 7 rooms kitchen and set rants room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water In the yard and one for IlA7- LEYNOTICE J P You should see us before you let out your house carriage and root painting Paperhanging a We have of paper from three leadlDghousesofthllworld and can sell you wallpaper r you can steam Estimates on apt plication All work BELD A Co Somen- etstreetINSURANCE Fire Lightning lIulHlormlUlo and Accident NOli and Lowest Poe IPC11onlUIIlulll1ttl MAHONY Stanford Kentucky itt tlencc Ilione No R A JONES Dentist i STANFORD KENTUCKY i Office iu Slycra House Parlor Phouo No1IJ H Proprietors IOONE C CO r LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Oood Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealers In Coal i BD CARTER Successor to Bruce sit Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your is toUched Horses handled on commission Stock Pens In Connection Give Me Your Order- I Can Please You TWhy buy tfiady made clothing when there is so little difference in the price ol nigh grade ready made suits and a suit made to join measure taken by an experienced tailor I have a handsome Jlne of Spring goods I can make from a low price business suit to the finest dress suit Also Springovercoats and trous erStTho company represent is one of Iho best I also have a line goods I make up In self for those who prefer it H C RUPLEY theTailor DIGNITY DARE No 1932 Vol 5 A S II K MahoRony bay back points wllte only on left hind foot 9 years old 15 3y hand hlth weighs 1200 poundsstrong flat bone heavy mane and tall with long craney tapering neck well set In high mounted shoulders a saddle hone head and ear on him a model under halter always wears blue string In model rings wonderful style In harness a show horse sure When one year old wore all honors In his class wherever shown also the blue tlo In sweep- stake harness rings at same age When JveRrold he wasshown II times and wore r 13 blue strings lifts never been defeated fancy harness rings Iras always been InI victor In stallion stake ring as a when shown with three or more of his for size style and general and for all purposes He Is aconformationI with live distinct gaits sacker good In two walks and a nice very positive In his trot under saddle loperI harness great all around action as quired fur an up to date sire of high priced salahorse for saddle or harness He Is n sure enough harpers horse graceful stylish and fait can show eighths In 181y seconds a 228 gait with but little handling did this last fall one year ago afterservIogOt mares wonderlullDerTetrack use or gentlemens large handsome stylish heavy and strong enough to get carriage horses with a kindly dltpoi sltlon for all pur pOle of a family horse Ho Is the horse to slro parkers stylish grace ful substance and docility It has given up by horsemen that hi Is one of thoI most uniform breeders In Kentucky He types his colts after himself his nevei sired a colt The most profitable horse for the farmer and small breeder to produce Is tlio bono which serves the widest range of purposes well Illi cots are show colts ofI the very highest type blue string winners from the oldest to the youngest NtBlack Eagle 74 he by King William 87 he Washington Denmark he by GulntV Denmark HI he race horse Denmark P R he lledgeford Dignitys firstj dam Llilemont by Welchmodt A T H K he William Welch 311 he by Bysdlck4 Hamblotonlao 10 Dignitys sec Mid dam Is by Abdtllah Messenger 3d dam by OIUi Vermont Itb dam Thoroughbred TtelclimontV first dam Pauline by Almont 786- 3TramsDignity Dare will make the sea son of 1905 at my Iu Uustonvllle Ky at 925 to Insure living colt when t Mares traded or removed forfeit fOliledI and money becomes due and must at time ot such transaction Mares grazed at 52 50 per month and bills to be paid be lore removal of mares Grain fed If desired y at reasonable rates Mares entrusted to met will receive my personal attention but I will not be responsible for accidents or es ones Phono In at flustonvllle yDB OARPENTER tk For Rent or Lease A splendid large dry goods storeroom and a large warehouse attached recently occupied by Levy Urns Stanford Ky Apply for particulars to J n Owsley or t The Lincoln County National DankI J D OW3IEY Stanford Ky E D Peyton DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Vegetables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberU Drug Store i tits Chvsley Building JJar21 Tratjlor DSALtR IK wnisku Brandu Wines Bee Gioars Etc OarpsnUr House Oloie to Depot STANFORD KY Prompt and rill itttntlon Nothing but lbbi ironpUtUntlon lo drink cr ttltgrspb orders rcctlvs T RESTORATIYE1CURE5 NERVOUS DEBILITY pbrstnmental 1 manTowadnelopmentand NervesIlaetatree171lfuiahoe with a raas tedpClnn u S A TOB SALE AT PENNYS DBUO STOnE J LBeazley Co UmlertaHcre and Embalm era Also Dealers iu Fur niture MattingsKugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e teeaT1 Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in IInrnes3Saddlery e STANFORD KENTUCKY KING EAGLE King Eagle Is hands high dark bay goes all the gaits with plenty of speed style and action sIred by Royal IIng let dam by Eagle hint 2nd dam by Red Lion 3rd dam by Harris Denmark Millers Denmark 4th dam by Jim Belly thoroughbred NOTE King was sired by the treat On Time and le a brother to the great Silver King and Allle 0 the great show mare that sold for 1000 King Eagles 2d lam Is the data of Minnie Bold the great show mare thatMattCoben won everywhere within 1805 and a Id for 1500 King Eagle Isprovlng himself a great breeder of line colored an high styled colts his colts all having size his oldest colt being plentyI old this Spring There was ono of year olas out last season that proved a great show filly King Eaglo will make the present season 1005 at my stable 2X miles wet of Stanford on Iho Shelby City pike at the lowprlee- jof SIO to Insure a living colt Will nlsostand thegruat mule and jennet jack Billy Keene at f for mares sad ISO Jllllyreenlllet dam by tbo Imported Palermo 2d dam by LevI Prince the sire of Joe Blackburn and Brlgnolla Hilly Koene stands full hands high black with white points and as a breeder ho Is uiuurp as visa a mule or jennet jack Billy hashad sever al twoyearold jacks to sell lately at 1700 and 1800 Will also stand the great youn jack JUm Keene he Is by the great billy Keene 1st dam by the John Wells 2d dam hlmlelfIIIand the other the red In the same ring Jim Keene will servo mares at f10 to Insure a living colt Mares traded parted with or bred elso moneybecomestion For further particulars call on or ad dress 3 T HARRIS k ROOT WOODS Phone TSRlnjf 3 Stanford Ky FARMERS DEPARTMENT J C Eubanks bought a mule at Lan caster yesterday for 90 LancasteryesterIa FOK SALE Jersey cow three year old and young Calf Call at this ofI nee 0 P King of Cab Orchard had p fine cow killed by a train the other nightFOR SALEAn extra fine Jerse milk cow Fresh and good milker Bert Matheny Maywood Dan McCullom of Junction City sold to Jack Chinn of Mercer a handsom standard bred mare for 250 R H West Co of Junction City shipped 15000 dozen eggs and 28000 chickens to the Eastern markets in six daysESTRAYED OaSTOLENDarkrred poundsnInformation thankfully received ty Feland A hog lived 83 days without water o Washingianimal and kept it a prisoner Life was strawr crowd attended Lancaster court yesterday and business wits quiet Mules brought 75 to 100 plug horses 15 to 60 There were only a few cattle on the market t HeIacres near Calgary Alberta British Colum byjand the land will be colonized by Mor mons of whom there aro other colonic In that part of the country Kentucky Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1903 as far as reported Crab Orchard July 193 days i Hustonvillc July 263 days Madisonville August 15 days Danville August 23 days Harrodsburg August Si days Fern Creek August 154 days Shcphenlsvillc August 15i days Lawrenceburg August 154 days Vanceburg August 164 days iGuthrie August l73 days August 224 days Springfield August 23i days Nicholasville August 2l3 days Bardstown August 304 days Somerset August 294 days florence August 304 days Sept b3 days Glasgow Sept 134 days The Kentucky State Fair Lexington September 18G days Henderson September 266 days Falmouth September 274 days Owensboro October 105 days Elbert Hubbard was condemning a certain popular novel This novel he said is as poor and barren as Elmo county land Is Elmo county land very poor and barren t asked one of Mr Hubbanls interlocutorsIs he Well I should say it is Once two strangers rode on horseback through Elmo county and the bar renness of the land amazed them Noth ing but weeds and rocks everywhere As they passed a farmhouse they saw an old man sitting in the garden and they said Poor chap Poor povertystricken old fellow The old man overheard them and called out in a shrill voice =II Gents I haint so poor and pover ty stricken as ye think I dont own none of this land How to Ward Off Old Age The most successful way of warding off the approach of old ago Is to main tale a vigorous digestion This can be done by eating only food suited to your ago and occupation anti when my disorder of the stomach appears take a dose of Chamberlains Stomach md Uvcr Tablets to correct It If rou have a weak stomach or am trou hlell with Indigestion you will find these Tablets to bo just what you need For sale by Lyric Bros Crab Orchard Ky a A single piece of native copper weighing 1000 pounds will be part of the mining display from Josephine county Oregon at the Lewis and Clark exposition The chunk of copper was taken from the Golden Standard ledge the ores of which have been found to assay 18 n ton in gold and 22 in copper a r Consumptionr such year Foleys Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds perfectly and you are in no danger of consumption Do not risk your health by taking some unknown preparation when Fo lays Honey and Tar is sure and certain In resulta Ask for Foley s Honey md Tar anti Insist upon having It 0- L Penny Teacher What Is the ruler of Russia called Willie WJllltf ReedGee Itd be easier to tell you what ho aint calledPuck a How did you cure yourself of stuttering I to pronounce the names in olstois novels r G+J fr Tn1InllOIIU tree Inpi om of thorn will lto21ierlimpUbarlesHtiinfonl PEYTON tine IVyton slsyonrsolil ehlbleyn a roll Puytons tnhe are large and tin and r old Star erop of lulta It FS mime Four of colt are on my fnrin which will sitonk for tlitintwlwi nod snit ln swn nt any tliiu I will nio lit till mime stand us3 ItiISJIniiiulxr of timrisnt tStolnsuivn Urdu colt DutnynccUUiils or vsivinoU KINO Morilnml Ky POSTED We whoso names appear below strictly turbid hunting fishing or any kind of ire passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law heirs Kate Ador Uelchenbach Or s Fred VonOruenlgan Albert VonOruenlgv Fred VonAllman Fred llaumanu Alfred Simpson George Holmes Miss Mottle II Hewes E Relfhenbach Charles Oumtutns Jos lUUnu A O Dunn 9 Holmes W E Amon W R Dugbertl ElmorenJ K Bruce W f guotutker Tboniiii Kerrlll Oreen Ferrtll FJ Conn John D Oatqenlsch Sam TMwbrldJe A D Rout Charles Kns lln Frank Cordler Mrs W O Welch Ieter Balms Season Specialties tenast lar wi lid orHni mrwn lltg Illu Klunic tlIrklsill MIOT IJIP tHirtutli t4hiiili Pole Kxtfn lon llrnrk etc riirt Rugs MattlniJl IHirltirr urtnliiMtr trlipr ParHtHtrfttlnT cruD llrimlirs to rvmow wntvr rte truism lltmr lrnvctlnn InriKt lilul ItulUIIng IMpr4lxsn Vlmlow tint flIlr faints Ynrnlil amid3fOld Furniture Dome and w II you run uuni oonictlilnit MI do nOt ktH p UfIlMIIlv- r Ilenty of lior f nnd buglitw stud fIxIIllt v55lgryutplnrttt Pruitt Brothersv Morvlatid Ky J K BAUGHMANS NABOTH nr Naboth bar three yean old and a sMurh Oner horse than his slrese well knowa In this part of the State as a breeder of speed style and durability Dam Nora Nor vat by Nol SilOJ a son of Electioneer 123 first dam by Metrolxlll tan son of Ilambletunlan 10 sire of Oeerie Wllkes and Electioneer Id dam by JUmbrl no Starlight Ird dam by Oliver 4th dam by Wsgner Slh dam by Imp Tranbr elk dam by Thorntons Asi lendld IndUM ual with a pedigree as One as any hone HUMMER JRIhands a good Individua- lw0aabundant speed lie li Hummer 8112 tin of Bouncer 300 Stately 3IIU Spal peen SslSK Quickly IHH Mountaineer i ISH Upvedon Jl9i IS In 730 Hummer 41121sa son of the renowned Electioneer and save one Is thu only sun of Electioneer IIrln that bout of a George Wilkes mare and with the exception of Arlon It the only loll standing In Kentucky that has a 309 performer to his Jrsdam by the great Lord Russell dam Oodlra by Auditor T- 73HAPSBURG 509 Oreat coach stallion 181 sands bth by Imp Oostorund out of a mare by Wonder ful Isbill a bred for Boa lionSisee this Shetland Tony Klnelndlvldualgosd breed er stile and action All of three horses will stand at f to sure a living colt NAPOLEONW- ill alto stand my Jack Napoleori nttIO to Insure mare and 110 by the season from jennetsMares which In all caies must ho paid before they are removed Caro taken to prevent accident but nut re sponsibleshould say oour HustonvllleKy TEMPLE HILL STOCK ffUtM Uigsffia Flats City LlnlJ Harrodsburg KentuckyI lt U Iiif lymrdlil reconl52 In Vth heat DvtruniImlf hill truck Hlritif with no onlelast hrtbstn20 Ohidiiplon show horw of Kfiituoky mill Ulullnit sin of high clstcc rood iMirws niul i8 Ill 1i to Initirr n llvliiK colt stud u gootl out lit that or 81301 tin IKII son I uliiliu It It to till IMO Intonst of the own ersof iniiriiiof 31rnthstndndlol55ing chine tic s to bre il to KM Uiif Int ItfciUKi ln M not for Mile I rxxft to krcn iiim ami brier rlllIlluralut high prises IKI mutter to whom they ttit Sml misuse his colts huvi n nputit lloiuinil huve Kid for higher IIrho mule niiy 3lenrro- ratllohill55ilcoutstit ilnl lleriiiiM III inltH thnii tliow of my ktnllloii in Mercer or iidjolnlim inun tire nth Ile IIIIHH bet Icr n rtnl im riiii hors having won out of duet Hid n IxtliT rvcoril chow hors linvlnK on Mont of culiown tliiiniiny Htiilllon III MercHroriulJoliilnafoliiitliK Sth llinueItiil I eiif Is t to Only hurt sired by u hare with n rerun of ay U K rinyi who Inn sired Ncoil with reconU UttiT thnii mil with n ilnni July Hurt tint tvcry roll Chit Tool troika sliniiliird nionl inl wns n vliiner niul whow Kriuiildiini Hoiininoiwii tho uriiititt liriMMl iiinri Hi tin world hgIllsttlift lltastlwineNhntI K Clnyi sold for and Wbur liiin sold for Ii dni vliosiMliiniVmlnMltitl Wllkp i oM for tiash for n Inilf Intcrfkt mill who liliniuir HI- Iurolcl nt time ytiirs old for lljiu nml nt yenrnolil for II7SI stud tint its hliimtlf II to dell for over lustsilt im high us tJIIIIIIIII temiM trails UHI to n Mfrcer or niljollilnu couiitliH Otli Hut hrtitof lied Ird culls were rvrr trnliifd or MIfoI l mul they ulltooknronU 7th Hut ono of Itiil best ls mils wns cvi r meal mil uotartfd In or ISriuvs wlnnliiK ii ret In stud Mroml In all the others as IIoN- itbythYearlsokandshawtdlullee In SU wad liiiil lift llvid Mth lied Irtiif him Hired morn Midi 110 hluhprlitil teams than any Ntstll loss nt Kentucky In I ho least two tars IHh pulrNIsnnHlhntiON nent11osnlwdd slit- yrstrs of thorn under three r Now I Htiy If you want it trotter ItrtI Ixtif lit bred to Itt sir U OIHI of the rea tent Nlrie olxinllIc oIIId stud liliulnm n grant lirinliicor and sho by Ours of tint Worlds uretitent sires of siHitl Ked NSllken md iU lro diiin4htf Kriiitent Kraal marc lithe world If you want a show Irma Isproven hu can Kit them of the lilulient 111 1tY1I thretiy earold miiro by him show hilt through tint circuit In rogulir and i and winning out of an shown bihihPnumullylless hone ho can ne the highest dollrs and hU lilies urn sure to Ist great inure If these mire not nets IaUolinronKOo I Hlnck Jock to stand lit 8s to luur n tlytug colt 1t1100IlOAnn rr I Galton 12910Sired byOambetta Willen 2a41t let dam iasy Flrld grand dsm flf Allee Wilkes bddanlcarrJ4utheAmerican Star nlllloo It a dark bay U 71j hrvndlarge a l5 see stl le and as thin udII workIdIJt roadhonesthertlforeIJlthave one at nllnlIIe we hUt retueed U4 for lie wlll befla died thisseason for apeed 00 Carpenter hoe a young gelding by Dalton and has refused noo for him lie holds hisseasonsthesesMn daVlLiIllsColthum at the Ilustnavllle Fair aver the neat This is a few InltlCN of what lie has already rlacsofOiitons sire Oarab tta Wilkes has prmlarrd one of the rrt tet fawUlH He I M 12 andbettero0s tied dauJbters have over 4H la the 214I1st This U proof that Gallon has a masstrsdnlrdrorelnllltl1lerhoaer The Gibralter of Rockcastlc County Financial Institut- ionsCITIZENS BANK OF BRODHEAD KY Ollbr to the People n FnfV niul Conservative honking Sy teia Account of Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited Give relationIleft in the honk and not checked upon for n pcriOlIof six month JW HUTCHESON Cashier s First National BankCapital Of Stanford Kr 50000 This Institution was originally established as Hank In 1131 ofStanfordthe First National Datk of Stanford la IIH having hall practically an uninter rupted existence II years It It better transactIngbusinessbefore In Its long and honorable career- S Accouats of Individuals FiducIaries and Cer poratlons Solicited LINCOLN NATIONAL aOOOO Directors J B Paxton J B Owsley S II Shanks W O Walker OttO W Carter R foster L 0 Gooch W II Cummins W It L Bubble w II Shanks Successors to The Farmers Bank A Trust and under same continuouslyfor SOLICIT YOUR BAN K- ACCOUNT Roping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial J HOOKER Preen- S T lUliHij V Prss J J McKOBEnrs Obr W II WKAKKNAsst Ubn Directors r Reid Danville StaatordJK L Tanner SL II Kl more Stanford StanfordTJss Koblnson Hubble itanfordJ I 0 E Tate Stanford I COUNTY BANK 1 CAPITAL STOCK j Company 0 8 l I Officers H SHANKS Presides J B Paxton Vice President W M BRIGHT Oashtsi WiOWALKKR Asst Oashtr To popularize their now business in now lufildingg with New Stocks nnd Now Line being added T G Weatherford Co 1 IIUSTONVILLE KENIUCKYrAsks you to call and 011 will bo lcc1 that IIfcather wE Perkins Storej Is Headquarters for fountain Shirts at 81 to 81lOj j nothing better for tho money Famous Shirts 60c Have no equal nt the price OiiHtein it Kices neckwear up todato stilt Clcnctt A Pcalwdys Col lars null Cuffs They lead ill quality and style W E Perkins Officers Crab Orchard Ky