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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1n=HUSTONVILLEL John Bur ton a twoyearold Dignity Dare colt 85 Cut worms are playing havoc with tobacco in some localities of the West EndCharley Carson who lives In Casey was seriously Injured by his horse this 4 weekMiss Mabel Drye Is at home from a protracted visit to friends in Marion f countyC VanArsdall had a Urge young horse to get n leg broken a kick The animal was worth 150 W 11 Lair has bought a lot from Dr J C Barker on Western Ave and will build a residence during the sum mer Wo we truly glad to report the im proved condition of Mr Arthur Rich ards who for some months luis been very low Complaints are becoming numerous hero over star route carriers not doing efficient service and an Investigation may result W D Ho ker our storekeeper gaugcr will spend the next month or two at Crab Orchard combining bust ness and pleasure in his sojourn there The Ladles Aid Society of the Christian church of HustonvlIIc will have an Ico cream and strawberry supper after the commencement exercises Monday night The closing exercises of the Graded School at Alcorns Opera louse Mon day night next will an Interesting affair and a cordial Invitation extend ed to all to attend Marshal Lair killed a very vicious S mad dog yesterday in the yard of Tom I 4helm where he had scared the family into the house by his snapping and bit lag at everything near Rev Dorgan of Danvilto will preach at the Baptist church here Sunday at 30 v M The Control Ken tucky Quartette will bo present and render some selections for which they are famous- A search warrant may be necessary before Uncle Sams Inspectors will be able to find that county road downSims branch from Olympian Springs that was 4ordend by the Casey county court last fall It is somebodys move next 1Tho fertile Green river bottoms from urg up so famous forcornhavo been too wet for some time until last week and now The plowman homeward trolls his weary way Only when Old Sol behind the hills has closed the clayIKentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed forI holding the fairs for 11X3 as far as reportedICrab Orchard July Hustonville July 263 dasjMadisonville August 15 daysIDanville August 23 daysIHarrodsbufR August 84 days Fern Creek August J days Shcpherdsvillc August 154 days Lawrenceburg August 161 days Vanceburg August 161 days Brodhead Aug 103 days Guthrie August 173 days Shelbyville August 221 days Springfield August 234 days Nlcholasville August 293 days Bardstown August 304 days Somerset August 294 days Florence August 304 days t Ellzabcthtown Sept 53 days Glasgow Sept 131 da8ITho Kentucky State Fair Lexington September 18G days j Henderson September 2GC days Falmouth September 271 days Owensboro October 105 days Saved by Dynamite t Sometimes a laming city Is saved bIdynamiting a space that the lire cant cross Sometimes u cough hangs on so long you feel as If nothing but dy namlto would cure It V T Gray of Calhoun Gu writes My wife had ti very aggravated cough which kept her uvvnko nightsvivo physicians could not help her so sho took DrI Kings New Discovery for consump tion coughs and colds which eased her cough gave her sleep mid finally cured her tI Strictly scientific euro for bronchitis and La Grlpvo At O L Penny Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard drug stores price 500e and guaranteed Trial bottle free i 1T Sec a and pick it upall the day have good luck see n let lay bad yau will have all day Read our ads pass them sign youve got n hoodoo ee Rend our ads and lend an ear good have all the yearSomerset JournalI a A Des Moines banker misappropriat ed 5000 to the ing son A Milwaukee banker gob bled 1500000 to speculate The mands of speculation are more Insatiate than those Louisville Times Tclltt Does your wife speak more than one language NaggitNo but say she knows that one like a f 4 t KIDDS STORE Mrs John B Rilfo Isrecovering from- r erysletaslr c this spring The slopes on every side are dotted with tobacco beds and the acreage of that crop will be the greatest ever grown here Whilst weeds are rapidly getting as cendency on gardens and cornfields the meadows and oats crops are luxuriat ing beyond average Four patients have been consigned by Casey county to Lakeland asylum with in a month Religious frenzy was the predominant cause assigned by our in formant But little fruit survived April freezes In this locality yet an occasional tree promises a good crop The strawberry plante were not quite exterminated and a limited supply will be enjoyed by n few families Three successive nights dogs raided sheep flocks of adjoining farms killing a dozen ewes nnd lambs Crit and John mire took the trail promptly condemned und shot three suspects subsequent immunity confirming their efficiency as dotectivos andexecutioners Levi Kelly our towns most efficient and accommodating blacksmith has do ennined to remove to a more congen pal locality much to tho regret of many patrons who appreciate n liberal and conscientious workman lie is a hear tidy commended where not known and the community he selects is congrat ulatedSimon Wesley Caseys accomplished- and accommodating county clerk passed through hero on its way to Louis vile Simon has determined to emigrate to New Mexico at the expiration- of his tcnrJcirtPfbenofit of ranch life and nn prescription for the enervation of eight years olUco confinement Somobonoficinries 1 of our star route delivery of mail are annoyed by occasionally finding bozos oft posts In ditches und by an occasional drive of n mile or so to obtain matter which finds lU way into anothers box Something- of IndltTercnce If not resentment ap pears a prompting in some quarter which Uncle Sam was asked to investigate Mail has been found on the pike lost by the carrier or carelessly droppedThe rumor of a maddog in the community appears better founded than ordinarily as Mr Smith Powells horse Mayor Mason Popplcwelts cow and Capt Levi Turpins dog have succes sively died of hydrophobia Experts diagnosed the malady and the refusal of scavengers to consume carcasses Is pronounced confirmatory of thedisease The Aprillike thunder storms and almost daily showers have suspended corn planting and but very few farmers have finished An extremely heavy down ur washed the plowed fields badly andI many would be better oft furrowing out replanting Bobbitt Says Grace MT VKUNON MAY HThe 20th of May 1905 was the day that tho bril liant law student of Fontninc Fox Bob bitt P F Kennedy attained his ma jority A bountiful repast was spread at the Kennedy home The chicken pieI was smoking In the center of tho table like n volcano in n state of eruption The seats at the table were all occupied by hungry eager guests of which Ken nedys law preceptor was one and be ing called upon for grace said Lord we thank Thee for the bountiful spread before us on the natalday of the youngest member of tho family and that the good old father and mother have lived to see this nnnlvorsary May tho young man so demean himself as to cheer nnd brighten lifes declining sun nnd may every moral and social virtue adorn our lives while sojourning here below and at last may we nil find a secure anchor age on the Celestial shore is the prayer of him who has tho honor to be a guest of this happy familyF BonuiTT Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Very Best I have been using Chamberlains Cough Remedy and want to say It Is the best cough medicine I have overtaken says Gco L Chubb a user chant of llarlan Mich There Is no quostlon about Its being tho best us It will euro a cough or cold In less time than say other treatment It should always bo kept In tho house ready for Instant use for a cold can be oared in much less tlmo when promptly treated For sale by Lyno Bros Crab Orch and Ky Sam Jett and Feltner have filed sensational affidavits with Judge Riddcll of the Breathitt Circuit Court asking for military protection when they go to Jackson to answer to tho call oft tho indictments against them Both men state that they will be killed unless furnished a guard and both have filed petitions for change of Venue NEWS NOTES Mexican War veterns are holding their annual national reunion at Dallas Tex At Weston 0 a Jealousycrazed man shot and killed a woman and attempted suicide It is stated that threequarters of a million people have died of the plague In Indiana this year Thomas Reed Chief of Police of Stonega Va was shot and killed by a Negro in a bloody affray The State Board of Equalization directed a raise of 3 per cent on the val uation of real estate in Louisville Joseph Joncsall n Mexican revolu tionist who helped to overthrow Em peror Maximilian died in New York Roger Williams university at Nash wills has suffered the second serious loss by fire within the past two months Near Hendricks Magoffin county Mrs Dora Arnett shot and fatally wounded her husband Dudley II Ar nettThe threeyearold son of Ewing Mayhugh of Warren county found n lump of opium In the house ate it and died Senator Clarks great copper mine at Jerprne Ariz has coved in from the surface to the 700foot level No lives were lost- Under mysterious circumstances the hotly of N Brumfield a wellknown man of Bowling Green was found in a pound there The biennial statement of President Harper othe University of Chicago shows that institution to be worth close to 19000000 The Mormon Church will erect a monument shrine and cottage on the site of the birthplace of Joseph Smith the founder of the faith All the English speaking Catholic congregations of Louisville will par ticipate in a big picnic on July 4 the proceeds to go the orphan asylum fund The city bacteriologist of Cincinnati has made an analysis of Ohio river wa ter nnd determined that there are 320 000 living germs in ivory cubic inch or about a swallow William Stephens of Marin county Calif murdered his wife shot his five children three of whom died instantly attempted to murdern passing milkman and then ended his own life Judge Riddell has deferred the time until next Monday for the appearance before the Jackson Circuit Court of Moses Feltner and Sam Jett to an swer to the indictments of killing Jesse Fields and his son Mrs Catherine Dealor Grcenup mother of the members of the Denl gang who has been In destitute cir cumstances for several months hns become insane Her husband one son and a daughter are in jail In Ohio and another son was recently killed by a trap gun while trying to break into a store PREACHERSVILLE Lightning struck a tree pear D F Thompsons barn and did not injure aI flock of turkeys which were roosting in it This Is another proof that feathers are nonconductors Tho homo of Unele George Anderson- our colored mail carrier burned Tuesday Most of the household effects were destroyed and the loss will fall heavily on this worthy darky and his wife both of whom are Retting along in years Rev Owens assistant pastor of the Baptist church preaches every third Sunday The aged Rev W T B White of Cedar Creek was here to hear him last Sunday Ho concluded the services with a short talk at Rev Owens request About midnight last Saturday the Hutchinson jwnd was dynamited four shots being fired It Is not known whether the fish were all killed or not as some tlmo will havo to elapse in or der to determine the extent of damage No clews of importance yet but It is known that there were nine In the par ty that did tho work They were seen at tho pond by some men who were fox hunting J II Thompson sold a sow and pigs to W D Elmoro for 2050 J M Cress bought 33 800pound cattle of D M Anderson at 4c and sold a yoke of cattle to Silas Anderson for 370 J P Rodgers sold a horse to James I Ham ilton for 115 J II Rigsby bought a twoyearold horso of Wm Elam for 75 J L Hutchins bought a cow and calf of J R Haselden for 27 The Misses Thompson were guests of their uncle John McKenzie at May wood Mrs Jesse Traylor visited relatives at Goshen Mrs J J Thompson and daughter Miss Mary visited at J IL Thompsons Wm Pettus who has been the agent at Crab Orchard for some time was visiting the homefolks Ho will now go to Haversham Tenn Hon F F Bpbbitt of Crab Orchard and Faulkner Kennedy his law partI ner will spend some time at the home of the latter in rest and recreation It is understood that they will make some speeches while here LrwE EIEaCSIIPharmacists and Prescriptions CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY McKINNEY The woolen mill here begun work a few days agoIThe ladies of the Baptist church have organized an aid society Mrs M V Moore our milliner is selling a large number of hats E 0 Gooch has completed his new livery barn and is doing a nice business Dr T II Singleton has purchased the Dr Lowder residence at this placeI He Is a competent physician and ting a splendid practice Miss Carrie Coffey is visiting friends at Moreland J W Hubble has re turned from Valparaiso Ind where he has been attending a school of telegraphy Will Dudderar will be with his parents here for a few days Mrs Norman True of Junction City is with her parents here J M Hubble andwife were visiting in Somerset Miss Nellie Wright of Lexington is visiting her father Mrs E J Tanner has returned from Junction City where she has been with relatives Terrific Race With Death Death was fast approaching writes Ralph P Fernandez of Tampa Pin describing his fearful race with death as 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 nail several medicines but got no benefit until I began to use Electric litters So wonderful was their effect that in three days I felt like a new man and today I am cured of all my troubles Guaranteed at G L Penny Stafford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard drug stores price COc A certain officeboy was wont to ap pear at his employers office with a very dirty face One morning ho ap peared with the remains of a breakfast round his mouth The junior clerk with an eye to busines said- I bet you sixpence Ican tell you what you had for breakfast this morn ing Done said the office boy It was eggs triumphantly replied the said the boy wot you see on my mouth is yesterdays The employers finally rejected the demands of the striking tea sters in Chicago and no peace movements are in sight Business was virtually at a standstill in the lumber district Mayor Dunne has issued a call for 1000 extra police and Sheriff Barrett gave out a signed statement in which he said he would ask for both State and Federal troops if it became necessary Gov Hanly of Indiana says he wont pardon a wife beater even if the State Board recommends clemency Thats all right Now let him say he will surrender Taylor if a requistion is made on him Frankfort Journal 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 K- yjThe a doors of the State Bank of Can ton qhave been closed t HMD AND SHOULDERS ABOYE all other 350 and 400 shoes can only mean one thingexceptional excellence So when we tell you thatALL AMERICA SHOES occupy that high position you can draw your own con clusions While their distinctive custom styles will attract your attention their superb finish comfortable lines and unquestioned workmanship will convince you of their superiority The fact that only the highest grades of leathers are used guarantees extra long service All Americas areUtop notchers Hosts of wearers who formerly bought elsewhere now buy here Suppose you follow their example SAM ROBINSOND- ry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats and Caps Ladies and Gents Furnishings- All are Invited Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank If your Binders or Mowers need any repairs let us have your order early as well have no expert to doFgratuitous work this year Binder Twine on hand now Give us your work I W H HIGGINS J STANFORD KY llavoyour colts coo triitoil by T F GROSS Prenchurivllle Ky thu wellknown 8 trntor of horses and horse doctor HatU faction JulrulIttd FOR SALE I KlRhtynixi Heron ie mile of Hlimford c burn four ranu cuttttKe two rchesotlierouthulIdIngruneIngprln- pike throiiitli the of tuna tar tikeItoru lmlf rush hnluiice to suit pur chner Wnnt nil till tlmlnr nil ronl Innda I cult KOOKKIJHPrnnklln r The Interior Journal E C WALTON THE Mt Vernon Signal Is prospering we are glad to state Editor Albright has just bought a splendid home for his paper and is moving into it he has recently added a lot of the most modem machinery while the columns of his paper teem with good paying advertiseI ments and his nlllthomay come and come even faster than the now do IMPRISONMENT changed the religious views of one Rev Hinshaw of Indiana Hinshaw was a shouting Iethodist preacher but in a fit of anger killed his wife He was given a life sentence and was pardoned after a short stay In the penitentiary He has now joined the Quakers and is expounding the gos pel according to that faith In the meantime the wife Hinshaw promised to protect fills an untimely grave un wept unhonofed and unsung HON WILUAM J BRYAN announces that he will start shortly for an extended tour of the world to study mV nicipal ownership end railroad problems As no man is more competent for the tasks and none in whom the people have greater confident the result of his researches will be awaited with interest The growth of the desire for the government ownership of public utilities makes the question an absorbing one Tim Danville News magazine edition is a peach Besides pictures and writeups of most every business house in Danville the homes of many pron nent citizens are given as well as ev cry public and historic building in Boyle county The edition is a most creditable one and we most heartily congra ulate Brers Embry and Richardson on theirsplendid effort Tile Goldfield Nev Bank and Trust Co with liabilities of upward of 5100 000 has failed Sixteen dollars was found In the vault and a fivedollar gold piece on the floor The dispatch did not say where the bank officers are nor why they didnt take along the rest or the cash with them POLITICAL Senator Blackburn intends to haveI harmony among the Kentucky ocrats if he has to fire every man ot of the party but himself Lou Post Prohibitionists of the Adair district have nominated Rev Tobias Huffakc for State Senator G B Breeding or Adair has been nominated by the prohibitionists for representative- The republican referees for this 3is trict have indorsed Miss Lelia Hall for the postmaatership at Christiansburg Shelby county and Robert B Slcadi for a similar position at Clay Village same county In an interview Representative Sims of Tennessee expressed the opinior that the President will be stronger al the next session of Congress than he was at the last and that both railway rate and tariff revision legislation are probable Because of criticism of President Roosevelts recent hunting trip print ed in the May issue of Our Dumb Animals the circulation of that particular number of the paper in the Washington public schools has been f Beckham at the request of Attorney General N B Hays ape pointed Lewis McQuown and Eli Brown as assistant counsel to General i Hays and Charles J Bronston In the trial of Caleb Powers for alleged com plicity in the murder of William Goe belSecretary of War Taft as temporary chairman of the Ohio republican conven tion addressed that body and referred to the proposed railroad rate legislation as a moderate measure contrasting it with the government ownership pro gramme of Mr Bryan He also men tioned the probability qf tariff revision legislation at the next session of Con gress and expressed himself in favor of removing the high tariff wall be tween the United States and the Phil ippines Dowies son Gladstone Dowie and Judge Barnes a legal adviser have se cured options on 700000 acres of land In Mexico for the purpose of establish ing a colony there similar to that at Zion City III The schedule of the assigned bank of P J Potters Sons Bowling Green shows assets of 19262 16 In excess of liabilities Keenes great colt Delhi won the Brooklyn Handicap Ostrich was sect ond and Graziallo third Time 200 26 Rev Dr Lloyd T Wilson of Nash accepted the call of the East Baptist church of Louisville The Knights Templar are having a great time at their conclave at Richmond A J Field formerly a wellknown Louisville railroad man died at Lebanon L c Railey of Wocdford bought eeoo bueheto of wheat at fl 4 LANCASTER- H P Rogers Miss Mary E Ita ney of Buckeye were married by Eld F M Tinder at the clerks office on TuesdayMr Mrs Bascom Brown are happy over the arrival of a son The tittle fellow weighed but three pounds how ever the parents hope to raise him to manhood Mr Harry Fox of Eaton 0 is with his sister Mrs Jacob Joseph Maj YoH Collier af Louisville is with his Mrs R L Elkin and Mrs J E RobinsonIThe death on Friday of Walter the 11year old son of Mr and Mrs Kirk of this place was indeed sad Ho SUl fered from rheumatism which caused his death and had been confined to hisI EIIlter cemetery Six of his schoolmatesII acted as pall bearers T C Bowman of a horse from Tom Dunn for 132 B L Kelly bought 71 hogs from J M Cress which averaged 100 pounds at 165 Jeff Dunn bought a horse from Ben Dunn of Danville for 200 J M Cress bought 32 steers from D M Anderson for 1023 J P Rogers sold a combined horse to Mr Redd of Crab Orchard for 150 and bought one from James Rigsby for 100 Mr and Mrs J S Armstrong and daughter Mrs Hugh Pruthcr of Dal las Texas are with Capt and Mrs F J White Mesdames William and R Graham Price of Danville are visiting Mesdames Susan Price and Martha Frisbie Miss Delia Tinder has as her guest Miss Nannie Crenshaw ol Georgetown His many friends will be glad to know that Mr Waller Hud son is valedictorian at Central Unive sity this year Mr Hndson has been a student of the university for sever years and those who know of his work are not surprised that he should have carried off first honors Besides his is ollInstructor The Graduating Exercises Tuesda exening at the Christian church were enjoyed by an immense crowd The graduates acquitted themselves with honor and every oration and readin showed intelligence and strength or character The church was beautiful decorated for the occasion the rostrum being embanked with large palms ferns and cut flowers and the pipe or gan festooned with ropes of Souther smilax studded with while blossoms The remarks of Hon E V Puryear or Danville in presenting the diplomas to the graduates were most appropriat and well chosen his words to theyounj people being full of wisdom and advice The music by Miss Lena Phillips ol Nicholasville and Mrs Juliet Gil Rogers was excellent Miss Phillip is a performer of great ability and 5r very note showed her thorough knowledge of a pipe organ Miss Phillips Is a graduate of one of the largest of Eastern CollegesThe Womans College of Baltimore Mrs Rogers sang with nusual sweetness Tier voice was In perfect condition every note being cached with clearness and ease Here and There Joe Meader a wellknown young man of Somerset is dead Brigade Commanders of the Uniform Dank K of P are gathering at Indianapolis for the biennial session Chicago is threatened with a race war because of the shooting of an ghtyearold boy by two Negroes A prominent Shorthorn breeder says that Shorthorns have advanced 100 to iOO per head in the last 60 or 90 days The fifth annual convention of the ational Association of Referees In ankruptcy will be held at Niagara Falls May 29 and 30 The State Council of the Daughters or America will meet In Louisville next year Miss Amy Mullen of Louisville was elected grand councillor at Frank fortThe Unites States Court at San Francisco Has granted an Injunction re raining the labor unions from boycotting a firm of hat manufacturers in Connecticut Four men arrested In Logan county n the charge of criminal assault were placed in the Bowling Green jail mob violence being feared if they were kept In jail at Russellville William Ziegler the capitalist and promoter of Arctic explorations died at his home In Connecticut He went into the baking powder business in 1870 and made a large fortune Up to today the Elks Financial Committee on the opera house propositions received subscriptions amounting to 4350 In order to insure the building at least 7500 must be raised and- the committee this morning said that It believed the amount would be sub ribed Wednesdays Advocate Cleared for Action When the body Is cleared for action by Dr Kings New Life Pills you can- tell1t by the bloom of health on the- cheeks the brightness of the eyes the firmness of the flesh and muscles the buoyancy of the mind Try them At G L Penny Stanford and Lyne ost Crab Orchard drug stores y CHURCH MATTERS A move is in progress by the memo bers of the First and Second Presby terian churches of Lebanon to Unite the two into one congregation Justice Harlans plan for the erection of a Presbyterian cathedral In Wash ington is encountering considerable op position In the Northern Presbyterian General Assembly at Winona Lake The General Assembly of the North ern Presbyterian church appointed aI ia committee to consider the feasibility of Justice Harlans plan for the erec tion of a central cathedral in Washing ton The assembly indorsed a project for the collection of n fund of 10000 000 for annuities for aged ministers The Northern Presbyterian General Assembly at Winona Lake Iml voted to reunite with the Cumberland Presbyterian body There was no debate and not a dissenting vote was cast the result being greeted with a storm of applause The question however was referred to a committee to work out the details of theconsolida- tion and the dissenters who made no fight are taking hope from this action which they has opened an avenue for the defeat of the proposition A Creeping Death Blood poison croups up towards the heart causing death J K Stearns Belle Ilalnc Minn writes that a friend dreadfully Injured his hand which swelled up like blood poisoning Bucklen Arnica Salvo drew out the poison healed the wound and saved his life lest in the world for burns and sores 25c at G L Penny SUm ford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard drug stores A mail clerk was killed and two trainmen were probably fatally injured in wreck on the Fe road at Hutchinson Kas 1JAi1EAB1F ruoa JTlllNAltl4n6lt This wonderful Range his now on exhibition at our store and a look is all we ask to con vince you we have the best the market af fords GEORGE If FARRIS but will serve under you LEAD I StnDle0undlr but express lye You walk tIIlth- thoohoOIl not In them foo- toontolthemthry dont control your feet thy j rt Under YOU I The patent UR FIT holds your shoes and feet together so that the weight of your body does not shift around and twist your shoes out of shape are the only shoes good enoughIo carry theURFIT Made oftenulne calf or kid or fnuf anllUn1tormSold By H J McROBERTS L COMFORTABLE CrWhy not be comfortable when you can and you can be if you will let us dress you out in one of ourITwoPiece Outing Suits in Light Colors Steel Greys or Serge Bluesin Single or Double Breasts atIr I 5 750 1000 and 1250 i A Manss Urfit Low Shoe in Tans or Patent at 395 cheaper ones at 150 250 300 and 350 A genuine Panama Hat and a nice 25Itoo for 350 A Tan Black or White Belt and SOc = A Fountain Soft Shirt in White Tans t and Blues 100 and 150 If you will allow us to dress you up in these you will have the satis faction of knowing you are well and genteelly dressed at a small outlay of Cash tH J MROBERTS STANFORD IV1 IJ S Murphy Son Hcdgcvillc Kentucky Invltvyou to Impact their took of and jet thrlr prier hr want a shun of your mtroiinK Itt It If 1011 at low prlcvss what you them n cull FRUITS SHADE TREES ETC Mr J H Htciilivn formerly of llncol will rail on tin1 fnrimrn unit dll1111 ullnli with n Still our uf nrAllnn Intl ornamental and had Inns Tlin nrm 0 Ilrown limo Co of IU rhitrrf N Yllft th rvcoisnliiit lenders In thU II lie nI till tour try All stock 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rill iniikH the wiifcon on MIIIIO tjriij Milo ure n llvtiiK colt wjliijtonvllltf FOR SALE I McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS Mill hat flour capacity ofi fifty bar els and meal bu per Mill Is well equipped with modern rnachln crT In repair Ilataragecapacltg of 11000 bushel of alto corn a and cribs Wagon scales operated from nice coat bins Ice house Under root Never tailing water In mill lot Mill II within 100 feet of Cincinnati Southern n track and hai ildlng The location U for the following reaionil KInney II nearest market to mAny of the irrct wheat and corn In Lincoln county tare territory furnishing custom rlndlne The teed and coal business In connection with mill pays well No trouble to market all product from mill Ktl alx room frame withence li a twoitory stern on back Milk house at back door cemented all comparatively new Large- barD buggy house In I offer the boyo property for sale privately oaieiilon given at once For further rtlcnlara call on or address Dr Edw AI cora Hnitonvllle Ky or W B McKtnaey ltaDforlll YIlB JENNIE McKINNEY Adm- xIlcifoaey 4 P I t k e Experience Tcaches Experience 1s said krcpc a dear schoolthe tuition comes lush but the lessons learned therein are never forgotten The wile however are willing to profit by the experience of others When the k palnlcr man tells you that Mastic Mixed PaintII Th Kind TAN LIIate If mixed better than he can mix paints by hand that- they are pure lure and durable that they give the best possible results In beauty and finish and will not crack- peel or off thats the vela ot uPtrlncothe lesson taught Is buy Mattls MUed Paint save money Manufactured Vy rCASLCCGAULIlERT CO INCORPORATED W LOUISVILLE KENTVCnl FOR SALE BY 1 PEINNY DRUG STORE lit eJ j County Court Day Week Beginning on Monday next wo will begin a sale that will startle the na in nUll values Wo have too many goods pnd must unload them and prices will be no consideration They mutt go it it is nccemry to give them away look al these prices liens Black Worsted and Cheviot Out Coats 08c Mens Sunday and Working Pants at 48cChildrens Cashncro Suits at 75c upChildrens Paula ICc up fens and Boys hats ICc up Boys Caps 9c up Mens and Boys Shoes 98c up Ladies and hisses Shoes at 7 5c up liens Sunday Shirts with or with out collars 24c- SlIspellllers for Hoya and Men at 5o up is IIKy SPECIAL SALE FOR Heavy Brown Cotton 4Jc tiptCalicoes Uo up Ladies anti Misses Skirts 98o up Nice Stockings 5c up Mens Socks 5o up Ladies and ibises Corsets lOc up Baby Shoes colors lOc of Neckties at your own prico Garden Seed all kinds two pllekIages for dc Black and White Thread 200 yards two spools for Cc Toadies Belts Jo up Lead Pencils 5o doien f f S ISTANFORDKENTUCKY Cook Stove tI One No7 4 Cap Cook Stove For Coal or Wood at 8 This less than cost Children different upLot s H ALDRIDGE Phone 111 Depot St Stanford Ky V h 1 t SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY T SruroJlu Kv MAY 2fl trl05 j JUSTICK to yourselfand to our physician dcman materials am most careful service in preparing his prescriptions That is way pre nro filled at Pennys Drug- Store j1Ii PERSONALS l MRS JAMBS T Joins is very ill LUCICN DUNN is back from college at t LondonR DENNY and W S Embry arc in Louisville MRS S I UunonTT who has btei quite sick is out again- ROHIRTMCKECIiNie of St touts is wIth hU father at Hubble MRS J P HOCKKH went up to LIv ihgston yesterday to visit relatives MRS M C SAUFLCY Is in Knoxvill with her daughter Mrs T S Webb MCSDAMRS L H NUNNKLLKY am Jane Logan aro visiting in the West EndMn JAWs N SLOAN of St Louis is with his brothers in the Hubble sec jltlon W A HATCHER of Smiths Grove is with her father Capt B F MITCIIELL TAYLOR of Dan r yule took the train hero Tuesday fo LondonMR MRS It ROUINKON of Som cr ot are with his brother Mr Sun Robinson Mna R S LYTLB and Mrs W U Penny of Danville were gucstsor Mrs Mary Penny Mrs Mary A Livermore the noted author and woman suffragist died at HlHK aud children of MasI with her brother Mr MRS JoiN Port of Livingston it visiting her sister Mrs C P Were Somerset Journal MRS HATTIK Olin and sons Vesta and Ernest Orr of Falmouth arc with t Mr and Mrs W 0 Speed Mil J J McKlNNKY and wife and Mrs John McKinney of the Mt Salem i section wore here Wednesday MRS M E FISH is in Knoxvllle with t her daughter Mrs Dr J 1JIIack who returned from California III MRS L M WKSTEHKJELD and children who have been with Mr and Mrs M D Elmore returned to Livingston Wednesday A LITTLB daughter has arrived at the home of Mr Irvine Dorsey of Louis Tho mother WAS Miss Willie V IJvlllo of this place MRS F L THOMPSON of Mt Vet non is at Lexington to see her pretty laughter Miss Alza Thompson grad uate from Hamilton College MR G11 1KUITT of the firm of Pruitt Urns of Moreland Is back from the city wl ere he bought largely of furniture and undertaking and livery WILLIAM H SiNKs at home Thursday Juno 1st 3 to 5 M 1005 Miss Catherine Anno Haughman road invitations received by many friends of those ladles MR ALFRED Snnunr and Master Shelby Saunders who have been guests of the family of Mr Isaac Shelby Sr at Arcadia left today for their home at Jcancrctte La Advocate WE aro pleased to announce that Mr Georgo W Pulliam of Shelby City Doyle county will hereafter bo associa ted with us as assistant editor and so licitor Somerset Mountaineer Dit P W I OOAN who is making Knoxville his home now was here yes terday on his way to Kansas City Jesse S Hocker Jr4 accompanied him and will spend some with relatives thereEDWARDCo0IElt who has spent tho last three years in the West surprised his parents Wednesday by coming to see them lie has grown to bo n six footer daring his absence and many of his legion of friends did not recog nize him nt first sight LOCALS JOHN Cnow has been appointed postmaster at Kriger this county BEST selection of Cut Glass and Sol id Silver flatware at W H Muellers WE have Riding and Walking Culti vators also millet seed for sale E JPence Co PI sweet potato plants forBale BnuUitn20cSouthernQueen and Burrouaa 15c per hundred Wifcwn MoreUnd r agea n WE HAVE LEARNED That hero Is no better Corset made for the money than tho American Lndy and vo art keeping a good supply on hand at all tines Our lady customers arc learning tho same as there nro more ladles In and around Stanford wearing American Lady Corsets than any oth er make PenceIare cut feed pump water etc LosiAn Insurance policy of 100 in the North Western Mutual of Mil waukee Wis Any Information regard ing it wlll bo thankfully received by Jennie Glens McKinney Admrx Tile barn of Rev PJIloss caught fire from a spark yesterday afternoon and the fire laddies responded The flames were extinguished before they reached tho scene however Very lit tie damage was done YOUR attention is called to the adI vcrtiscmcnt of T C Ball He Is agent for tho Victor Talking Machine the newest and most perfect made 1I01nI vites you to his store to see and hear the wonderullnstrument Fon RENT Homo on Logon Avenue vacated by S R Cook Good garden partly planted outhouses cistern and hydrant number of fruit trees and a most desirable homo in every way Foi further particulars see Dr J F Pey ton Lincolncounty bonds No1 and 3 of series April 8 1895 will present them to the Lincoln County National hank for payment Thcs bonds are past due nnd interest 01 them has ceased James P Bailey judge Lincoln county court Tile piano recital by Miss Allio Rich arils HulTman at the Graded School Wed nesday afternoon was one of the de lightful events of commencement week A good crowd was present and enjoyed to the fullest extent tho several num hers exquisitely rendered by that talented young lady TiE contest ease offGeorge W De ford against T J Hill Sr has been advanced by tho court of appeals and briefs submitted will be read Tuesday next It will be remembered that Mr Hills plurality in his race for sheriff was only ono and Mr Dcltord his nearest opponent for tho nomination filed a contest when a count of the ballots was refused him Tin art display the Graded School reflects great credit on both the pupils who did the work and the teacher Miss Charlotte Warren who is not only an artist of a high order but one who has the ability to impart her knowledge of painting and drawing to those under her The art room has been open to visitors each afternoon this wick and many of our people have taken advan tago of tho opportunity of seeing the splendid work done by students of the artllepartmcnt TUB remains of Mr R W Lill nl were brought hero Wednesday and in terred in Buffalo cemetery A men tion of his death at Winchester Tenn appeared in our lust issue Ho had been ill some time of a liver trouble nnd had been confined to his bed for the last three weeks Miss Sadie Lilian who was teaching at St Augustine Fla was with her father when the end came and accompanied the remains to this place Mr Ashley Lilian now of Mex ico Mo was denied the sad privilege but reached here in time to attend the burial Mr Lilian was u polished gen tleman and an exceedingly pleasant one He was a graduate of the Unl versity of Virginia and later studied law in Germany Ho was about 55 years old and leaves besides the two children mentioned a wife who was not able to accompany the body here TUB members fWay yesburg Baptist church F A M K O T M N B S and M W of A will have a decoration and fratcrnel reunion at Vayncsburg cemetery next Tuesday rtaySO Exercises will begin at 930 M Following Is tho program Music Devotional exercises Address of Wei ome W R Davidson Response by J L Owens Music Memorial sermon Rev 0 M lIuey Music Decoration of Graves Dinner 130 p M Music Tho Churchs Obligations nnd DuUesto its Members Rev R R Noel Fraternal Orders lion F F Bob bitt Tho Origin and Benefits of Fraternal Orders M F Elkin Music Are raternal Orders Detrimental Christianity or are they Injurious to the Church 7 J L Owens Our Duty to Those Who Carry Protection for Us Mrs lIundley Do Fraternal Orders lave a Tendency to Make Us Better Men Dr W B OBannon What Fraternal Orders are Doing for our immunity W R Davidson b4 h ARr We are learning Every Day Our constant desire to make this establishment tho leading store In Stanford and Lincoln coun ty has borne good fruit In tho past and prom bee larger results in tho future You thepub Iioaro our teachers It Is from you that vro must ascertain vltethur we are on the right traok or not Wo look for your approval or censuro Our aim in not only to sell goods lower than com petitors but give better service in every way I JESSE C LYNNS fine shepherd dog went mad yesterday and had to be kill edCARDS25 nicely printed vIsiting cards for 25c 50 for 35c or 100 for COc This office JESSE C LYNN and James N Casl have sold their rock crusher to J R Bcazlcy MILLET and cane seed hay and feed of all kinds cheap for cash J H Baughman Co I HAVE accepted the agency for a monument house end will be glad to figure with those thinking about buyIng a tombstone or monument J C Mc Clary I WILL sell on next county court day June 12th in front of the court house my house and lot formerly owned by W H Higgins on Main Street Stan ford Ky between the hours of 10 and 11 oclock Will first sell the 60ft va cant lot next to Mr W P Tate am then 62 feet with house on it reserving 10 feet for a mutual passway and then will sell as a whole taking the bes bid The whole lot is 112 feet wide and 350 feet deep J W Hayden Paris Ky PATRONSDAYAlargonumber oi friends and patrons of the Graded School were present Tuesday afternoon The visitors were invited to inspect the free hand drawing map drawing and other written work in the various rooms At 2 oclock in the auditorium 21 literary and musical numbers from the va rious rooms excepting tho High Schoolwere rendered with great cred it Little Loraine Tottens singing was a feature of the afternoon The prize offered for the best drawings in the botany class was awarded to Miss Sa ra Dunn the second to Miss Claudia Eaton The prizes were 2 to the first and to the second Prof Chase Palmer of Central University made the awards The art room was throng ed all the afternoon by admiring visi tors The work of Miss Rosa Jones and Masters J T Wilkinson Harris Coleman George Downer and Marshall Stone were especially admired To THE SEASHORE The C O Railway will give a low rate of 12 for the roundtrip from Lexington Winchester and Mt Sterling to Old Point Comfort on Saturday Juno 10 Tick ets good returning June 21 Army and Navy exercises of battleships and cruis ers will take place in Hampton Roads during this period From June 11 to 17 the Atlantic Squadron will attempt the capture of Washington and Baltimore To this end an attack will be made on Fort Monroe Mine explosions torpedoes bombardments etc will furnish the Pomp and Circumstances of War Stopover privileges will be granted east of Kanawha Falls on tho return trip enabling a visit to tho famous Vir ginia Mountain Resorts and other points of interest on the C O Railway Excursionists may return either via Charlottsvillc and Staunton or via Lynchburg and Natural Bridge along tho James River Engage sleeping car space now Enquire of your agent for full particulars or write G W Barney district passenger agent Lexington Ky IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES John A Anglin has been appointed postmaster at Goochland Jackson ountyAn effort is being made to raise apital for the building of a flour mill LibertyJeff shot and instantly killed Albert France also colored at n railroad camp in Mercer II P Cooper of Lebanon was np tointed special judge by Gov Bcckham to try several Important cases in the circuit court at London In his effort to kill Chief Machinist lecksted Bud White a Richmond Negro accidentally shot James Anderson and Everett Green both white Tho Barre and Henderson brothers of ennsylvanin have bought a twoacre ract of land within the town limits of Mt Vernon They will erect two lime kilns They will also drill n well for natural gas which will bo used in fuming lime Arthur Barnett sold to the Conlinen tal Tobacco Co at Harrodsburg a little over 19500 pounds of tobacco raised on 12 acres of ground and which brought him the snug sum of 2009 He deliv eredit at their warehouse in Harrods burg this week WE HAVE LEARNED To make cut prices when tho goods are most needed consequently wo offer somo odds and ends In Womens Slippers at the low price of OSc They usually soil at 8125 to 81CO and are a real good bargain for you If you only need them for every day wear Look at them Just the thing for home comfort MATRIMONIAL Josh B Lee of Danville and Miss Myrtle Simmons of Lexington were married in St Louis Grover Grissom and Miss Emma Young eloped from Columbia to Tennes see and were married George Pendleton and Miss Allie Lunsford were married at the home of 11011derman The two had long been sweethearts and the marriage was not a surprise alI though no announcement of it had been made public A number of friends were present to witness the happy event and shower good wishes on the participants The bride was handsomely attired and her natural beauty showed to its best advantage She is a splendid young woman and the gentleman whohas won her has reason to congratulate himself Mr Pendleton Is a clever hard working young man and Is deserving of the good helpmeet he has secured They will in a few days go to housekeeping In the Nunnelley property on Lancaster street where the good wishes of many friends will always be with them VNaH Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY The 1ntett in Jewelry Hilver CuttUni Wntctuanml lock In Htock Notice to The Public I Iile Austin the Iot horse thorn In this etloll iwllh me and I will do plain hortvfthoelni for OOcrntn ineh I nUo do limey hor v thoelncat rraronablo lrIN I niakennpeclaltyoi wnjion and buggy work and pulntlnK and ran pleat you loth In work and rlet I title n thnre of your pa tronaiie J II Ureer Homertet Ht Htan ford Ky HUSH HONEY I DONT GRY I I inn till agent for The Victor Talking Madilhe The Victor In iwrtrct thnt It Is often inlttukrn for the human voice It In toIhounudsnnil lover of vooU must The Victor U tut liuplnitton no matter how much entertain tint them I lilt house Tlic to nlwnys welcome You run at till times lltteu to t Ismds orchclrasoogslustrtanentnl iiuiK- Ic Ac that thousands of people flock to hear In crowded rerortx there u no limit to selections This tnnlchles- sInstnimentwill recite to you tau Inter ilyou If to call and see ample inuihlne and hear It InOnxhlliluonal my tore 1r Car IpotHt THOH C HAM Ktanford Ky In tit Dlttrlct Court of the United Mates for the Ulntrlctof Kentuckylultuukriiptcy In the matter of a rUIltllthll1lthdllnf May A ii lnfion the nforestdd Imnkrupt nor dlrlIrj1 llltd on Sheath day of May A IIG It ii ordered hy the court that itliciirlnp he hud upon the stout on the tilth day of June A P llifi Iwforo sold court at CnvliiRton In Mild district at 10 oclock In the forenoon or as near therein in practicable and that notlco thereof lie published one time In Tile IXTKHIOU Jorn NAlin newsiuiK r printed In old dlttrlct anti that till known creditor and other per Nonnln Interest tray iipixiir lit IIJd tlllle mnl tlnctruul show cruse If any they limy why ht of sold tRloir should lied lK Kriintetl Witness the Honorable A M J Cor limn Judee of Mild Court and tilt seal themif at Illchmoiid la mid dUtrlct on ilirSiiti tiny of lion JonC Klnnell Clerk i LIteIllledt I O O ODfor OLD and YOUNG August Flower keeps the children healthy and IItroog Pull of vigor and frolic the whole day long Bo when Mamma need more they oil ID hlghjleCAnd the druggist i Please give it to met Jluability to brisk and fresh in the lack of appetite muddy complexion poor SPirits these a disordered stomach cbildrenttooof taking Greens August FloVer regu daysrit for all stomach never falls to cure indigestion dyspepsia and chronic constipation an lis and mind t bodyTwo All druggists For Bale at Pennys Drug Store l HMI COLLARS ARE LINEN 9 Nine men out of ten wear cotton collars and dont know it g The law protects you No manufacturer would dare to stamp a plated spoon sterling or a cot ton collar linen 9 Next time you buy a collar see that it is stamped ull Warranted Linen Its your protection and costs you no more than cotton A Snappy shape every 6tylesI S for 2Gc stssltlatass CUh1TINS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky To The Buying Public We have bought out the stock of Groceries 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 courteous treatment Try us on an order and we will endeavor to make you call again P G WARNER SON Terms Strictly Cash w ONE COMFORTS Are detracted from if the interior dcc GIBBONS MAY orations do not properly harmonize Let us aid you in bringing about the proper and desired effect The benefit of our experience and our many facilities are at your disposalIWINDOW SHADES Joust Main Htrvet Wtal o handle I OW Lowu llrothem1 11tillDANVILLE KY I The SherwinWilliams Paintrr Made to Paint Buildings with covers most wears longest Will N Craig M D Pharmacist Phone No 13 Stanford Kentucky i i The Interior Journal f Entered in the PotiOjlct at Stafford at uconddau mauer- UnL1M1tfl TOKHllAVS AND FltlDW- SLOO AT PR YEAR CASH BT When not 80 paid HOO will be charged UMBRELLAS Recorered and repaired and made almost M good ai new for a amount I can fix your umbrella better thin the tramp repalreri and for leIS money Give me a FKAMK ATKINS Stanford For Sale Privately house and 10 acres of land situated Jnst outside of town limits on the Somerset pike House bal 7 rooms kitchen and ser anti room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrants In the yard and one for J P BAILEY NOTICE4 p You should see us before you let out your kouse and roof Iaper hanging a specialty We have samples of from three houses of thepaper and can sell you wall cheaper than jon can stealit FsUmatel furnished on ap plication All work HriDttv A COlomlrsetltreet INSURANCE Fir Lightning J4fl Mf nn l Arriilrnt Non the HTHOXMKHTjancl lUTslblf tlntis uuiirunttil ioss 1nylngiKrC ordXnluRIII Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky llcaidrtir i hon No 2 j Q A JONES Dentist fiTANFORDKENTUCKY Office in Myers1one Parlor Phone No 1 J H BOONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE i Stanford Kv Good Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Can on us on Depot Street Also Dealers C LIBDCARTERSuccessor Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOUD KY Special attention to Commercial Men patronage is solIcIted Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection Give Me Your Order I I Can Please You Why buy ready made clothing when There is so little difference In the price of kijh grade ready made suits and a suit made to joui measure taken by an experienced tailor I have a handsome line of Spring toads I can make from a low price business suit to the finest drwa suit Also Spring overcoats and trous era The company I represent h one of the best I also have a line goods I make up myself for those who prefer H C RUPLEY the Tailor ELECTRICIAN 5007 Race RtcorJ as4 14 Sun MUI 111 Electtlmont 311 14 Oretthen 7e i4 Prince II 313 14 ttti aaj own brother to Griteful a27 In list Electrician Is a brown sUlllin J4 hinds high stanlir reeljtereJ He Is by Electioneer uS sire of 166 Jams of nj he by lUmtletoniin tire of 40 4trrri of siS he by Ab1tliat t Ire of dams of Kent mare by Imp UellfounJer BtcuTcUns lit dim Rebecca dam of Uernal fu Kexfonl u Ailant a6 Ruswnolt Jtjo etc Rebecca ty Gen Benton rn sire of ti dams of he by Jim Scott 836 sire af a tidy Benton by Grays Himbletonlin Sec on1 dim Clirib dim of Clifton Bell au 14 Idella rf and chimes Bell sire of Van Zadt oo 14 she by Abdillah Star Third dim Emma Mills dam of sires elc by American Star Electrician Is a royalbred horse fine style and ac Son with great beauty He Is a horse that possesses treat speed and tameness although his record Is oi- 14 he repeatedly showed miles In tijumbtrof his get has been sold for roaditers bring aigfromjjoo to Siyw As most of his colts are Aeautles with fine action style and slit can recom mend him as a great stock hire Will make the season 09 same conditions and al ume place as clay Ping at the fee of its CLAY K1NG2964 Record an j4 Sire of Dick Wilson zo3 The King io Ia li C 311 J4 Tom Phalr J4 Nellie Bruce laB 14 Clay Wilkes 14 Daisy M in 34 The tt Guard aJ i 14 The Riven 326 Justin aj6 14 Dorado a17 t4 and eight others with records of bel ter than to all trotters but Dick Wilson pacer By Klnz Clay Sle of Mist LlJa aao Mar be aU ai7 j4 tula 119 14 Klngtrlno aioDoc ao 14Etar ia Queen Clay a29 ia etc ul tam aao 14 by dam of Clay King aa7 and cranddam of Volo Maid xit 14 Sire of St Julian an 14 Si Patrick 114 lalolhers sons have sired and diughteu hays In fa Strongwool 411 lomnUkt a14 p4 ele ad dam Belle Brandon 41 Hambleton Ian dam of Amy aao 14 Gov Sprague vaoij sire of Wllmar ato 14 lire of a and Wlldilr sire of a Sire of George Wilkes Election ref Hippy Medium Harold etc rJ dam Jenny by Yoonic Bicchus King Clay 594sire of Is t son of Harry Clay dam Modesty aa6 iaby Tom Woddir I4T ad Jam Weils dam of aai LI by American Star j Jam by Emmons Du roc Clay King with any kind Sf stud opportunltes would today be In the first fight of successful sires of extreme speed His stud eireer Is practally lust begun and there Is not a horseman In the Blue iras State who teem not regard him as a wonderful site of early and extreme speed Every man at the Lexington track has seen his get accomplish what has never been Jone by the produce of any other horse they have seen his quarters In jj 14 seconds and then sell for startling prices they have seen his alder represenutlveishow as much speed gameness Md genuine race as those Of any sire aver quartered In Kentucky Clay K rig will make the season of sgo atth low price of liaso to Insure allvlnecolt A lien retained upon the fMl to secure the payment of the season All cars will betaken to prevent to stock In trusted to our care but any occur we will not responsible for the same W H BURTON Lancaster Ky For Rent or Lease A splendid large dry ood storeroom and a large warehouse attached recently occupied by Levy Bros Stanford Ky Ap ply for particulars to J B Owsloy or to The Lincoln County National J B OWSLEY Sanford 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 fcRobertd Drug Store in the Owsley Buil- dingO1 Traylor DIALIR IN WhIsk BranduWlnes Beer Cloars Etc Oarpentr Olosn to DpotSTANFORD KY Prom pi and poilte attention Nothing but the bee drink Mall phone cr telegraph orders receive trompt attention RESTORATIVES CURES NERVOUS DEBILITY rile worU Ktmlres men who are strong in andjCan Nirwu Oklillr rlllnl Mmrr Vltl Wtk trmablidetolalcee rrb healthy IIood waItEU oerrei nlfor wnmen tree goarantePCrrER MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO U 8 A ron SUE AT PCXNVS DHUO STORE is L Beazley Co j Irndcrt1ers anti Enibnlm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture SlattiugsKugs They will exchange furniture for all KiuiU of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e cear Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarueySaddlery c STANFORD KENTUCKY PRESTON 922 This premium saddle stallion of the world will make the season of 1905 at the stable of C halley on Old Lancaster Street in Stanford Ky- Ireston is a brown horse 13 years old 15 hands hlh a perfect model with great style action and speed Preston was sired by Washington No 54 he by Cromwell No 73 sat dam Della by Roderick 2d dam by a Denmark horse Preston has shown against and defeated all the great show horses of Kentucky sikh as Kentucky Artist owned by I T Crenshaw of Lexington Kyf and Montgomery Chief owned by Hall Uros Why you sh uldbreed to Preston I Because he is the greatest show horse Kentucky overproduced 2 Because ho is siring great show horses such as Electra that was sold to Senator Vare for f2000 Kebecca that sold at New York Exchange to Gao Vat son for 650 Miss Henrietta owned by Gay Uros that won more premiums in saddle and combined rings than any three yearold out in 1903 a yearling colt sold to J C Cravlns of Illinois for 8500 3 Because he is the only saddle stallion that ever sired a team of harness geldings that sold for 5000 4 Because he won the championship of the Louisville Horse Show in 1903 shown by Matt S Cohen of Richmond Ky 5 Because he has won more money In the show ring than any other saddle stat lion in Kentucky 61 will be glad to show him to any lone at my stable and invite those wishing to breed to a fine saddle stallion to see him before breeding I wilt stand him at 15 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Mares grazed at fz per month Care ta kan to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur J C BAILEY Stanford Ky FARMERS DEPARTMENT Six yearling Polled Angus bulls for sale J W Baughman Stanford FOR SALE Jersey cow three yea old and young calf Call at thud oC fleeSThe James Dedman farm of 285 acres seven miles from Lexington sold ntI 14750C Turner of Millcrsburg reCused MCDon1aIdpur- chased In Clark county and udjact territory for Green of Mt Sterling 5000 lambs to go from June 10th to July 10th Left my place a few weeks ago a dark red heifer one year and eight months old Reward for her return or Information leading to her recovery John Meier Highland Tom Fesler of Georgetown sold to Miss Ingnlls daughter of M E Ingal of Cincinnati president of the Big Four R R Friday a fine walktt canter gelding for 600 Charley Herriford bought six hcifc from J D Walker at 3c lie also bought 10 ewes from Smith Nell at 5 R E Tandy Son bought 85 hog at 4c to 440 Adair News The Burley Tobacco Growers Com pany proposes to issue 1500000 worth of stock half common and half pre ferred to secure capital to control tho White Burley tobacco crop On the farm of John Rogers near Blue Lick In Robertson county is probably the longest tobacco patch In the State The rows are a mile long with 1960 plants to the row John It Farrls is training two good twoyear olds at Crab Orchard Their names arc Jimmy Green and Frank Collins and their breeding is fine lie will take them to Lexington next week to begin the campaign J C Bailey sold to W B Senton oC Ashland a handsome bay gelding b Nnboth for a very fancy price This gelding is a great roadster and is indeed a handsome fellow Mr Seaton- bouihloC Ben Bright of Boyle a pair for t8 IAGreat Fiddlers Contest Col M Biggs of Flasgow Ky has leased the New Masonic Temple Theater Louisville for three nights June 14th 15th and 16th and will hold greatest old time fiddlers contest 1the jubilee on record there at that time Col Biggs conducted the great contest at Nashville recently in which the Kentucky Fiddlers won the State championship over the Tennesseeans and will bring all these great fiddlers and hundreds of others to the Louisville Contest Fiftythousand posters are sent to all parts of Kentucky IndianaI and Ohio In these posters tucky fiddlers challenge the of Indiana Ohio or any other State In the Union to excell them Large cash prizes will be offered for the best players in troupes bands and single handed and there will be a grand parade each day through the streets of the city by hundreds ol fiddlers keeping step and time taps on their fiddles as they march Avery low rate of one cent a mile on alii railroads from points South the river will be in effect for the round- trip good for several days and all the treat fiddlers within a 100 miles of the city will be there A part of the net proceeds of the Contest goes to the Old Soldiers Home at Pewee Vflley For this reason all newspapers and all there should do all in their power to make it a success The name and address of all fiddlers In the State is wanted For supply of posters and full particulars ddressJM Biggs Glasgow Ky If the sensational newspapers which tnke so much stock in Moso Fcltners pre ended fear of assassination at ckson would frankly say that they know it to be a fact that Governor Beckham has no power to order the militia to protect the arrant coward except he is requested by Judge Riddle to do so it might blunt the point their spears thrust at the Executive Fo1t ers lawyers and advisers knew his letter to the Governor was useless but they put him up to write it all the someSomerset Journal How to Ward Off Old Age Tho most successful way of warding olr the approach of old ago is to main tnln u vigorous digestion This cnn- bo done by eating only food suited to our ago und occupation and when nny disorder of tho stomach appears tnko a dose or Chamberlains Stomach nnd Liver Tablets to correct It If- ou have n weak stomach or arc trouble with Indigestion you will find theso Tablets to ho just what you need For sale by Lyno Bros Crab Orch nrd Ky A number of women have organized We Also society If their husbands stnnd on the comer and talk politics they claim the right to also talk politics over the back fence The man home Inte to dinner these days will find at supper that his wife hasnt started that meal The We Alsos will be sort of Get Even society Atchlson Knn Globe MIDDLEBURGI Farmers aro busy now as they are late on account of rain Several of the students took the examination at Liberty Friday and Sntur daySchool closed here Wednesday and on Wednesday night there was nn entertainment which a large crowd enjoyed Joe Eason of Washington county was visiting relatives here EHshaG ford was with relatives at New Salon Will Watkins is with friends at Indlt npolls A Good Suggestion Mr C A Walnwrlght of Lemon City Fin has written the manufi turers that much better results are oh tamed from the uo of Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Kerne in cases of pains in the stomach col1o and cholera inorbus by taking It In water as hot as can be drank That when taken in this way tho effect Is double in rapidity lOa scorns to tet at the right spot Instantly ho say For sale by Lyn Bro Crab Ore ard Ky p For the third time this season a kIll- Ing frost is reported about Willlan port Ia- McKinney Woolen Mill- sMcItinoyKentuckyI Mniiufurtnrvraof JRni Ilnxyt KlntiiH UlatiUiUiiiwI Yttrii us your wool U tnkt wool in xrlmnue for work nllowln tit limrkxt PriM NatltfHrtlnn gUHMllbw full or writ for unit Informntlot Aittqtts NtIblPEYTON h Hue nlxymrsohl wit 111111111litold hid t ywirn trol of rolls nt 7t nwnt tour of hla rolls nm on soy fnriii which wit itmik for thtIIhlut rnu tv MWD nt nny tillIlivingrejitMttOtnull or juirtMl with Not rr ioii llilo for npelilrnlnarrioiiiMII KlNdMorrlMixl Ky POSTEDWe whose natneit applar below strletl turbid hunting hitting or any kind of tree passing on our vUces and will prosecute violators to the fall eitent of tho law Mrs Kate Ador KelrhenbtrU llros Fred VouOrtienlRttD Allwrt VonOraenl Fred VonAllmtn Fred IUumsno Alfred Simpson Oeorce hoUses Miss Motile II Howe E Uelcfaombaeh Charles Oummtns Jos Ballou A 0 Dunn 8 U Holmes W E Anion WUDaugherty M J Hoffman M U F9mor- eIrter W farter J Nertn Carter J E Bruce W V ghoraaker Thomas Ferrlll Oreen Kerrtll F J Conn John II Oameulset Sam Trowlirldge A n Root Charles Enstlln Frank CorJIer- Mm W O Welch Irter Ilalmer Season Specialties Heivon door window Knvn nnd srrevn- HlUf KlIllllC Wleki nil lurtnlns Hlindv rol KxtriiImt llnick te tnrwte huge Miittlnits Iortlirro Ourtllill Mtrtclicra 7lrpt Mtrrtelurs t4rtiii milieu to remove w lIhrlh from floor by ectlon 1iiriHl und IliilldliiK Iii Iwr IkMirn Vlmlow Wnll Inivr 1iilnt VnrnM IIInln nml KiiiiniiN llet Ins KnuiKNl hHilcllnmj Mats limn lluunlM New niiii tu Oll nsleu if 3iii etIt iiilllf IIOIt III lilt wo tin not krcp 1111 v ry Plenty of IurMe nml liuanlix nml IM xif Unit undrrtiikliiK tiliuif nt IPruitt BrothersMorMnmlKjr THE WARfiELD Trlan3l Trotting Dark bay stnlllnn 153 4 bandsi foaled AUK 1001 bred Village Farm Rivet Aurora New York SIred by Dare nut 31828 record 209 alreof The Beau Ideal 2ISH ion of Mambrlno ICing 120 tire of Lord nerby Nightingale Metallas The Questor Lord Iarch Lady of the Manor Helrnl Iaw IcIng diaries Mocking Hoy Mercers all with records under 2 0534 First dam Naughty Olrl by tier Alllerl- CU12200 m by Mambrlno ring 1270 3rd dens Dotlet by utwood 600 tlb dons fitrathniore Sill dam Millard by Albion 6th diem Nod by Eilwln I oreat liii darn Lady Turner by hlmlJrl blef Tbe Warfleld was worked only 00 dayalall- leaon and showed a 221 clip over a bad- hull mile track Ho U sound good headed good pulled good wind good feet und lell- alld kind and easy to handle in sue out of irness one that will stay and trot all day Ho will make the present season at Sam fit Oene near at 115 to Insure a living colt Mares traded off or bred to nuttier horse forfeit Insurance and makes seluun due Lien retained on colts until season Is paid ENULKMAN OWENS Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Jolt ii Wnll liji tit w Joiuimi lii ri lit t ul IItII nllb NUt If Hull Pumunnt to II Judgment of tin Lincoln rrillt court rriidiriil In thn nlxivu Htyliit IIctlon nt Ito Koliruiiry ttrni of mild curl till iitiIrsigiied MimttrCominliidomT or mild court will oil MONDAY JtTNK 12TII1U lIout v x Ill rout of tilt court hntimi hlf In Hliinford Ky pit itile outcry 10 tho ill liet lid Inst bidder the fol kiwI ii it ncrllxMl ronl tstnti Mtmitod In Lincoln iinty Kyoiilho wutorn of Inen Itlver Id ii n mi lisa i lleuliinlnit nl whit onk corner to A Mnrtln lid llIek WulltliuiiceKiK W Inileii nnd live IIlIk ton xtonolii riilllMrt HlclinnU IIIJt- llllICO with hlH lino N mi W pole ii IInk to n Rtoiin lit iii Wnlls corner onco with hb line NiS KIT IKlt5 nml It link to n lonicornir to a new lln between WIIIIIIIII ViilliiiKl A Mnrtln thence with Id MnoHHN KSiiMiles ton clone In llnr- UII line thcu hU linn nii It polen to- till iKKlnnliiK coiitnlnliiK ii ncrex two rood itiiel lenof land ti ncren 3 rood il polcm Viio n IIIOU lit ncccsmiry to 0rrllllzti front thlftMilii In I mini ninety tlollilr Slit rut Intercut thereon nt tho rnto or n IMT cent mr annum from April ism lUlU piild subject to till following lnllIhl hI tll nnd I Ji Ill Dec Irt Thetot of this netion nro to real tz trout this Inl- Thtl will be iniula on n credit of aix- month nil tho nurchnier will lit rluulr- l1 to lKnd for thopurchndii mon ywltli nlllrllIIttllllI IIlIlIlo to UonimU srOlllf cunt Intcreiit from dlste of allili A linn will be rotnlned on the- Inlll for tilt purchiuo price lEO D SAUFLEY JI C L 0 0 I Weve Hired1t again better before Paiton Shanks Carter Foster Oooch Shank SHOW Siltthrough t better a Govern- special TlllStxper largest OWN tWOT IORTY INO8 HHOKS IIOOdI request h The Gibralter County Financial t the People n Individual Firms and Solicited Give your buainoM mul guarantee n jilcn nml pnifitnblc relation 1ay 3 per ititorot nil ilopoiit S Ion when the Imnk ntul chcckc upon a jMriotl oflis mouth JW HUTCHESON Cashier NationalStanford Ky BankCapital Stock 50000j Thl Institution was stabllshil as the Ban If of Stanford In 1151 then reorganized as the National of Stanford In 1161 and reorganised as tbe First National Ilaik of Stanford IB till having had practically an nnlnter rnpte4 existence U rear It Is supplied with facilities for transact promptlr well than In Us long and bonorabl Accounts Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited J B J H Owsley 8 II W O Walker Oeo W j II L O WH Cummins w H Uncle SamAs our agent to our an Invektrotnt hint with ull titan ment Bond This ls a off erltij of mtna IJSpring t First J n 1weirI Guys is the ansi oldest howe In our line In the south We our lulllhl and have done busitessois the HAMK for over JlATlhncl llRNI61t for and boys forestry body We PAY KXIRKSS on worth lfn aU aUIIJHCT TO AIIROA1 Style for all tines on leI us hear from you LEVYSThird and Mar- hotLddlSVILLE of InstitutionsI lOFOflri to SystemAccount 1 Corporations us wo nnt cent on of or moro loft in not for oJ or Deposit flank now anti ercareer of sad men books LINCOLN CAPITAL COUNTY NATIONAL BANK OJt I Olrectors nrlJhtIt 10 YUAK- RVeitlCIOTIINO Rockcastle Individuals Successors to The Farmers flank A Trust Company and under cams management continuously for it years SOLICITYOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneficial I Officers J HOOKER Prtsi 8T HAHRif V Ires I J UcItOilEltTt Char W H WKAllE4A14t Char Directors r Reid DanTtll 8 T Harris Stanford J 8 Hoekr Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M U EmiGre Stanford 9 II flsughmanStntd T P Hill Stanford Jsi Robinson Hubble J II Kaugbman Stanford J U r ttui Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford I STOCK 950000 Officers S H SHANKS r President J B Paxton Vice W WI O WALKER AceS Oashlir t To poinilnrizo their new hiisincM in new IntiUlingi with New Stocks and Now Line being milled T G Weatherford Co 1 tSTONVI LLK K UNTUCK Asks you to call nnd you will ho convinced that they can feather your ncstum W E Perkins StoreS Is llciulfiimrlerii for Fountain Shirts nt 81 to 100 nothing better for tho money Famous Slifrla COc Have no c tial pt tho price Omtein Kicou neckwear iiploduto stuff Clcnett it Pcnbodyu ColIlars anti Culls They lend In quality and style WIE Perkins W B MoRoberts lBI lrNtdeDtj Crab Orchard 1 Ky ISTANFORD Soils KmTues Ready Mixed Paints Every gallon Guaranteed There is none Now Spring patterns of Wall Paper VVhito Lead Oil Also A Tested and Sure Bed Bug Destroyer