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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 J r fTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL 4 V 26wI To The Public We the citizens of Stanford and patrons of the Stanford High School wish to extend to Prof John L Bosley our sincere thanks for the interest he has taken in nil the children under his charge and for the progress they have S made in the various grades The prog ress and achievements of the pupils have been marvelous We regret the fact that Prof Uosley Misses McKee Hryson and Madara of the faculty will not teach here next session It is Stan fords loss Our appreciation them our best wishes for their success in life will never wane Prof Bosley has shown himself to be a courteous andaf fable gentlemanan honest mantho noblest work of the Creator a teach crjof the greatest influence and pos bilities in his profession He came to Snford und took charge of the Stan ford High School when there were dcnilons and chaos and unraveled the tangled skein cut the Gordin knot restored peace harmony and progress and made success under the greatest tliulcultioa and commanded the confidence and rospect of both the friends nnll foes of the Stanford High School Wb hope the IsTBiuon JOURNAL will publish this article and give it the wid est circulation Most respectfully and sincerely J G Carpenter M D J K Vanarsdale T H Shanks G L Penny H J Mclloberts II C Huploy W B MeKoberU J P Peyton M D P M McKoberU T P E J Brown A S Price T J K H Mahony J S Owiley Jr W M L Bright T W Pcnnington P J Ross K S Alcorn J W Alcorn W H Hlggins W B Ollannon Will N Craig U C Warren G T Wool W S Burch It I Davison A B hot cnce mayor G B Coojwr James P Halley Judge Un oln county court M S Peyton C L C B D Pennlngton O Singleton Supt public schools Jno P Jones J N Saunders W1 Herrin G P Bright 0 M Huey Gilbert Glass W P Grimes J D Ends E C Walton L B Cook T D Newland T D JUney J C McClarv George D Hopper Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for lOOfi as i far as reported 1Crab Orchard July 193 days Hustonvlllc July 263 days Madlsonville August 16 days Danville August 23 days Harrodoburg August aoj days Fern Creek August 1C4 days Shepherdsville August IGI days Lawrenccburg August 164 days Vanceburg August 164 days Brodhead Aug 1G3 days Guthrie August 173 days Shelbyville August 224 days Springfield August 234 days Nlcholasville August 298 days Bardstown August 304 days n Somerset August 294 days Florence August 304 days i Elirabethtown Sept 63 days Glasgow Sept 18t days x The Kentucky State Fair Lexington September 180 days Henderson September 26C days Falmouth September 274 days Owcnsboro October 105 days Pirating Foleys Honey and Tar Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar us a throat und lung I remedy anti oiv account of the groat merit and popularity of Foleys Hon ey and Tar many imitations arc otter ed for the genuine These worthless Imitations have similar sounding names Beware of them Tlio genuine yellowLfj substltuto It is the host remedy for coughs and colds G L Penny i iHeMy dear I cant afford to buy you SheStill youd save money ICOU did HeHow so- SheBecause 7 M Ill just be illlf I dont have it and you know what doctors bills arcP4 Best for Women and Children andfeats Of gripe like pills and ordinary cathartics Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup aids digestion und stimulates the 14I liver and bowels without Irritating them Remember tho name Orlno and refuse substitutes G L Penny Francis C Randolph one of the best known men in Alabama was shot and killed In Montgomery by John Randolph a cousin from whom he hadI demanded a loan of money under threat of violence Do you think It a disgrace to die richWell Ive seen a few tombstones over people who had done it and they didnt apologize IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES J H Campbell aged Co is dead in LaurelLondon citizens will vote on a graded school June 23 Mogolfin Claunch has been appointed postmaster at Rose Hill Mercer coun ty George Robinson of Mercer was fa tally injured by being kicked by a horse The Mercer grand jury returned 56 indictments 49 of them being against the Standard Oil Co Nearly 20000 barrels of oil were tak en from the Wayne county wells dur ing the week ending May 21 Joe Metcalf got 500 from the L ti N for the loss of three fingcnt while working as a section hand near London The Southerns new line between liar rodsburg and Burgin will be completed this summer The big cut near liar rodsburg is about ready for track lay ing Richard Martin the tobacco man at Junction City sent Charles Estls a youth of that city aged about 16 years to Danville lust Wednesday with to buy some revenue stumps He has not been seen since In the minos of the Pitman Coal COjiijiany at Pittsburg Friday Peter Baxter Sanford Dyer and Robert irown white while operating machinery were hurt by falling slate Brown and Dyer are thought to be fatally hurt Baxter will recover At a recent meeting of the Board of Directors of Brooklyn Bridge over Kentucky river connecting Mercer and Jessamine counties it was de cided to raise the toll on all two seated vehicles from 35c to 150 This action has called forth a redhot protest from tho automobllists of Lexington and they are endeavoring to form an automobile club for the purpose of protecting their rights Ground has been broken at Williams burg for the erection of a handsome college building In fact it will be one of the finest educational structures In Eastern Kentucky The nucleus to which other funds have been added was a donation from the American Missionary Association organization under the guidance of the Congrega tional church Some time ago the academy under the protection of the church was burned at Williamsburg and it was decided to erect a building of a more pretentious type enlarge theI facilities and raise the standard of the InstitutionFoster Ray has filed suit in the Marion circuit court against his wife for divorce In his petition he states that upon separation from his wife four years ago he paid her 15000 in consideration that she should relinquish all rights and Interest in his estate That on July 23 1903 he and his wife became reconciled and again lived as man and wife and after this he was influenced to deed his entire estate consisting of about 175000 worth of property to his wife which was done providing that she pay all his Indebtedness furnish him with sufficient income and continue to Hvewlth him as wife lie claims that these provisions have not been complied with and bedsides the above plea he prays that this deed be set aside and that an equitable di vision be made of the property according to their rights as husband and wife Cleanod Out When a deep collar becomes filled with heavy poisonous air It Is never safe to go Into it until it has been cleaned out When your body has been poisoned with tho foul residue of undigested food H Is Just as necessary to clean It out To do this pleasantly and Hafoly take Dr Cnldwolls laxn live Syrup Pepsin It Is u pure solon tific preparation which hay no equal in the euro of constipation headache biliousness nail stomach trouble Sold by G L Penny at 50o 11I11 Money back If It fulls Robert Franklin testified at Coving ton in the suit of Aaron Kohn against Arthur Gocbel administrator of Wil liam Gocbcl for 5000 for legal ser vices that Mr Kohn had told him there was to be no remuneration in the case for Each Phelps or himself Let Everybody Work And tho world would bo moro huppy und contented Just consider how much pnln und trouble results in your body when your liver orstomach stop working Happily you can soon set them to work again cure your pains and restore yourself to health and contentment with Dr Caldwell laxa tive Syrup Pepsin Try It Sold by O L Penny at 50o and 11 Money buck If It falls rA tornado caused heavy damage in several towns in the Indian Territory At Platter one man was fatally hurt and several others sustained serious injuries Nearly all the houses in the town were blown down i NEWS NOTES Application has been made for a re ceiver for the American Bank at Ma nila One person was killed and halfa hun dred injured in a trolley car collision at Baltimore As a result of the Chicago strike a new record low price for coal has been reached Judge Riddle granted a change of venue to Lee county of the Fields and Jett cases The Bank of New Hope will begin business June 15 A Cummins has been elected president Geronimo the aged Apache chief rode a horse In n race at Lawton Okl andwon a 150 purse The next biennial convention of the Supreme Assembly Uniform Rank Knights of Pythias will be held in Now OrleansThe General of Warsaw has ordered the restoration of order even if the vigorous use of arms be found necessary Judge Riddell granted an injunction prohibiting the local option election which was to have been held at Jackson yesterday The case of Mose Feltner charged with the murdor of Jesse Fields was transferred from Breathitt county to Estill county Clarence Sterrett a fireman was killed and two men badly injured in a collision between trains on the L S N near Madisonvillc Baron Alphonse do Rothschild head of tho French banking house of Roths child and governor of the Hank of France died in Paris The carriage Senator Tlllman was riding in ran over an embankment at Charleston S C and the Senator was severely cut and bruised George B Warner condemned to die May 31 for the murder of Pulaski Leeds in Louisville was declared in sane and he will not hang The First National Bank of Barber ton 0 has been ordered closed by the Controller of the Currency on the ground that it is insolvent Isaac Walters secretary of the Mis sissippi Cannel Coal Company at Woodlawn n suburb of Birmingham Ala was shot and killed and robbed near his home At a depth of 370 feet the Greensburg Oil and Gas Co brought in their Graves well No9 which is making 300 barrels of oil a day The field is in Cumberland county Robbers broke into the flat of Mary Ellen Lease in New York and while one held n pistol to her head the others rifled her flat carrying off all the valuables they could find ExGov Francis of Missouri was thrown in front of a street car in an automobile accident in Cincinnatiand narrowly escaped being run over in addition to being bruised by the fall The jury found for the defendant in the suit of Aaron Kohn against Arthur Goebeladministrator of William Goe bel at Covington for 6000 claimed or fee for services rendered in the Goe bel Taylor contest An understanding has been reached between the Gould interests and the United States Steel Corporation whereby the Wabash railroad in a few months will secure a steel tonnage out of Pittsburg amounting to 7000000 annuallyThe of Appeals reversed the judgment of the Franklin Circuit Court in favor of Finley Shuck against the State Auditor The Auditor hadrcfuscd to pay Shuck 1850 claimed to be due for services under former Auditor Coul ter and a writ of mandamus wra issued by the circuit court Bothwell Pulford of Savanna reputed to bo the wealthiest man in that part of the State shot and killed himself after being questioned in re gard to his revolvers in such a way as to substantiate the prevailing suspicion that he had murdered Daniel Berry a lawyer of tho town Concerning the murder and robbing of James S Skinner of Cumberland county a Cloyds Landing special says Two young men of wealth and promi hence areunder suspicion and are be ing closely watched and should It be proven that they are guilty it will cause a sensation throughout the State Clean House Today Dont wait till tomorrow but clean house today with Dr Caldwolls lax ntlvo Syrup Pepsin Of course we mean your house of flesh and bone your body This Is the boathouse you own and should get the most care Yet most people neglect It In a dreadful manner As a result stomach liver and bowels soon get out of or der and cause great pain distress and dangerous internal diseases rile only safe sure cure Is Dr Culdwells Syrup Pepsin It clears out all causes of sickness cures constipation and Indi gestion cleans house and makes you well Try It Sold by G L Penny at 50o and ft Money back If It falls IN MEMORIAM Robert Whitley Llllard departed this life May 22nd 1905 He was born near Stanford July 31st 1819 His mother was Miss Anne Whitley daughter of Wm Whitley apioneer and wellknown BaptistRecorder Mr Lillard began his edu cation at Georgetown Ky but grad uated from Washington and Leo Uni versity Lexington Va in 1871 Af ter this he spent some time traveling in Europe staying for the most part In Germany pursuing his studies Short ly after his return he married Miss Su sie Craig daughter of Dr John Craig the distinguished surgeon To them two children were given Miss Sadie and Ashley Lillard Less than a year ago he married Miss Fanny Gray of Win chester Tenn Mr Llllarda charac teristics were strongly marked Affa ble he won many friends candid affectionate true he retained them A Christian from early boyhood he grew stronger in the faith as the years pass ed and more consecrated in his walk and conversation Laying aside every weight he ran with patience the race set before him looking unto Jesus the author and preceptorof faith He has won the victors crown In his last mo ments he was given a vision of the beautiful lights of the eternal city his heavenly home and the strength to de clare it to those about him He lives in the hearts that loved him I can not say and I will not say that he is dead He is just away I think of him faring on as dear In the land of there as the land of here I think of him still as the same I say He Is not dead he is just away A FnIcD- POLITICAL It is believed in Washington that the President is almost persuaded to aban don the idea of calling Congress together in extra session We are told that Congressman Ed wards has opened the door of hope to a colored man at Altamont by re commending him for the postofiice London Local Gov La Follette of Wisconsin urges the Legislature to pass a meas ure for the purpose of destroying the business of secret lobbying The Governor pronounces it wrong in principle and vicious in practice- A verdict of not guilty was returned in the Federal Court by the jury which during the lost week has been try ing the case of Thomas J Connell a Louisville policeman charged with conspiracy to prevent citizens from voting in the last November election- In the democratic primary election held in Jessamine county William Watts was nominated for county attorney over J W Mitchell For jailer Richard linger was nominated over James Hunter In the assessors race H A Walk er defeated Top Nooe Charles San dusky was nominated for county school superintendent over S E Davis In the representative race Harry McCarty was nominated over D 0 GrofT by a majority of 613 A full vote was poll ed CEDAH CUEEK Rev Curmical will preach at Sugar Grove Friday night Everybody invited Quite a crowd from this place attended memorial services at Ephesus Sunday Mrs Mitchell Whitt nnd baby have been very sick the past week but are improving Mrs C G Ware of Turnersville visited rel atives here Mr and Mrs Soard were guests of their daughter at Lancaster Miss Anna Ware of Monticello Is with homefolks here The Sunday School at Sugar Grove is progressing nicely with Mrs Lena Adams superintendent and Mr Ford assistant Rev White gave a very pleasant talk on the lesson Mr and Mrs Stephen Wilburn of Corbin came down to spend Sunday with p W Edwards Louis Whitt and children spent Sunday at Turnersville with the family of C G Ware Chas Kerr was a visitor in our community Sunday How to Ward Off Old Age line most successful way of warding oft tho approach of old ago is to main tale a vigorous digestion This can bo done by eating only food suited to your ago and occupation and when any disorder of the stomach appears take a doso of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to correct It If ou have a weak stomach or are trou bled with Indigestion you will find these Tablets to be just what ydu need For sale by Lyno Bros Crab Orch nrd Ivy The exports of Cuba for 1904 aggre gated in value 100000000 11000000 more than in 1903 and of this amount 83 per cent came to the United States Nearly half the total imports of Cuba arc sold by the United States A long trip to the Arctic region is the latest announced cure for consumption 1 HEAD AND SHOULDERS ABOVE all other 350 and 400 shoes can only mean one youthatALL AMERICA SHOES occupy that high position you can draw your own con clusionsWhile 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 are top notchers Hosts of wearers who formerly bought elsewhere now buy here Suppose you follow their example SAM ROBINSONDry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats and Caps Ladies and Gents FurnishingsIAll are Invited Next Door to Lincoln County Nat Bank STANFORD KY If your Binders or Mowers need any repairs let us have your order early as well have no expert to do gratuitous work this year Binder Twine on hand now Give us your work I W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINTIMADETO PAINT BUILDINGS COVERS MOST WEARS IFor Sale by DR W N CRAIG Druggist Stanford Kyi1 Paint I Paint I Paint For Metal Hoofing Observation is the best teacher I know that the tinner has the hest chance to notice the condition and find out what is the best Paint for Tin See me if you have any roof to paint or let me sell you the paint Roofing Guttering Filters Pumps and Plumbing S H ALDRIDGE 1 I Phone 110 Depot St Stanford Ky n The Interior Journal E C WALTON TIlE union of the Northern Presby- teriani church and the Cumberland Prcs byterians is assured by the practical unanimous vote of the Presbyterian t General Assembly The Cumberlan church is the result of the action of the f generalassembly nearly century ago in cutting off certain Presbyteries on the ground of their being unsound theo- logicallyt This unsoundness was in th general direction of what is now call liberalism or a relaxation of Calvinism The merger is facilitated by the revision of its creed made last year by the Northern church There seems now t be no especial reason for the Northern and Southern church to remain apart To facilitate the union the Northern church has voted in favor of the gener al principles of separate Presbyteries for different races or nationalitieswhic means white and black Presbyteries 5r the same territory This concession t the feelings of the South will facilitate the union of the Southern with th Northern church jis to which there ha been much talk but no specific measure is pending THE colored ministers of Cleveland 0 resolved after the discussion of the question that intermarriage between the whites and blacks is the only solu- tiont of the race question This kind of proposition may do very well to agitat- North of the Ohio river where som white people are on social equality with the Negroes but unless they want to bet I roughly handled they had better deaden over the line and advocate it There will be no intermarriage of whites and blacks in the South even if there were no laws against micegena F tion JUDGE RILEY police judge of Lex ington and a veritable seeker after notoriety made a couple of Madison county men drink a quart of fish brine L the other day They had been arrest ed for drunkenness and this penalty was imposed upon them The judge thinks the liquor habit can be temporarily cur ed by the salt water remedy but the average man had rather keep the taste for the stuff than take such medicine to kill it W L DOUGLAS the Democratic Governor of Massachusetts who received a plurality in the election last fall when Roosevelt carried the State by an over whelming vote has announced that he will not be a candidate for reelection as he has little taste for public office and prefers the quietude of private life THE plans for the new State Capitol were finally accepted Friday by the State Capitol Commission Bids will probably be accepted about July 15 r The length of the building has been in creased from 380 feet to 402 feet and 10 inches and there will be handsome approaches at either end THE only feature in the Ohio Republican convention was the unanimity which prevailed Nominations for State officers were made and a plat form was adopted mildly indorsing the t Presidents position in regard to trusts and railroad rates r THE preliminary route of the Confed erate Veterans parade covers about two miles over the principal streets in the central part of Louisville The pa rade will be the reunion feature for Thursday June 15 THE news received yesterday that the Japanese had routed the Russians again was welcomed with delight by the admirers of the little Japs who for courage and cunning fighting have amazed the world GOOD morning Mr Grand Jury have you indicted the Standard Oil Co yet 7 If not you had better get to business Here and There Former Gov E W Wilson of West Virginia is dead Vice President Fairbanks made a 1rearplatform speech to COOO people at N D tTheprediction comes from St Peters burg that the end of June will see peace between Japan and Russia New York Stock Exchanges have de Icided to fight the transfer tax law in 1 open rather than by subterfuge r A new Pennsylvania railroad bridge l across the Hackensack river in Jersey City was blown up presumably with J dynamite t J M Trent a merchant of Willis burg Washington county was given a fine of 50 by a jury for selling cigar ette material without a license Jocob Cohen a Jacksonville man claims in a statement made to aL referee in bankruptcy that he lost f18 000 in a poker game in one night A Chicago painter walked a mile and a homc falling from a building and breaking his neck Isis injuries are expected to prove fatal Revenue officers have destroyed in Breathitt county the largest moonshine distillery ever discovered In the Ken JI t mountains The operators warned of the officers approach by the barking of a dog made escape t Snedegar Brothers tobacco barn in Bath county containing 90000 round of tobacco intended for Cincinnati and Louisville breaks burned Secretary Hay has arrived at Paris for a threedays stay He is grcatlj improved as a result of the treatment he underwent at Bad Neuheim perfectery Mayodofficials who were removed from office John Corning a Chicago cripple attempted to murder Mr and Mrs Shir lander who had taken care of him attemptdself through the head 1Lizzie Arvey about 20 years old was found lying under a bridge at Lex ington with her back broken and in r dying condition She accuses Thomas Hukill a young Lexington mans of throwing her from the bridge A part of the Russian fleet is assem indicationhsquadron At Tokio this is believed too be part of a diversion plan to draw off a portion of Togos fleet The Japan Togosmay arise The labor unions of Chicago evident ly are preparing for a long tight against the employers The Federation of La bor at its meeting made arrangements for holding a strike demonstration on July 5 The employers say they will feweproetection is all that is giving them any concern What is apparently the only reliable news that has been received in regard to the naval fight in the Far East is contained in dispatches received Sun day at the State Department in Wash ington One of these dispatches came from the Japanese government and merely announced that Togos fleet had held the straits The American Consul at Nagasaki wired a report that the Russian battleship Borodino and four other warships and one repair ship had been sunk by the Japanese A dispatch from Tsingtau says the Japanese lost a cruiser and 10 torpedo boats in an engagement off the Oki Islands 200 miles North of the Korean Straits Some of the dispatches construe this to mean that two battles have been fought London papers have reports that the Russian fleet has been dispersed several ships having been disabled while the remainder are being pursued by the Japanese LANCASTER Miss Mary Elizabeth Raney and H P Rogers of the Buckeye section were married in this city Elder F M Tinder the Christian minister officia ting Elder F M Tinder pastor of the Christian church of Lancaster has been elected president of the State Christian Endeavor Union Mr Tinder has formerly served as State president George Elam sold a horse to J C Clark for SO Clay Arnold sold 115 sheep at 8 Joe A Ross bought a steer weight 1440 pounds of James Simpson at 31c Sam Wilcox sold two milk cows to James Rogers for 55 A Farmers Club was organized at Lancaster by M W Neal with the following officers James N Denny president WG Gooch vice president George T Higginbotham secretary and Louis Landram assistant secretary The County Sunday School Conven tion was held at the Presbyterian church h Saturday All the Sunday Schools in the county were represented and many speeches were made The meeting was a most enjoyable mdI profitable one In a difficulty on Battle Row Fri day night Stewart Umber shot anoth er Negro by the name of Will Merritt the wound proving fatal Monday morning Merritt was a hardworking Negro and well thought of in the community Umber has been placed in jail The remains of Rev R R West who died recently of yellow fever in Panama arrivedhere Thursday evening and were placed in the vault in the Lancaster Cemetery Fridayafternoon the body was honors Funeral services were con ducted by Rev C S EllisIMrs Mattie West son I of Washington D C the placeThursdayWashington Saturday Van Green leaf of Richmond has been the guest of Miss Frankye l auffman for several days Miss Ethel Dunn has returned from Midway where she has been at tending Branham Beazley has returned from a short stay in Danville Miss Irene Romans who has been attending school at Madison Institute at Richmond is at home for vacation AwayIliad dl sease for tho last five years writes Robert R Watts of Salem Mo I ost flesh and never felt well and doc tored with leading physicians and triedI 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 During the Summer kidney ir regularities are often caused by exces sive drinking or being overheated Attend to the kidneys at once by using c Foleye Kidney Cure G L Penny CHURCH MATTERS EMs J G Livingston and J Q Montgomery are holding a protracted meeting at the Christian church at Brodhead The Southern Presbyterian Assembly refused to take up the project to es tablisha university for the entire Southern church at Atlanta There will be no senices attheMeth odistchurch Sunday morning next the pastor Rev P J Ross giving away to the Baccalaureate sermon at the Pres byterian church by Rev W L Dorgan Usual services in the afternoon will be held however President Roosevelt sent a message to the Northern Presbyterian Assembly at Winona expressing the hope that the day would soon come when all branches of the Presbyterian Church would be united into one great body The message was read at a popular meeting for laymen and whs received with great enthusiasm War Against Consumption All nations are endeavoring to check the ravages of consumption thowbltfl plague that claims so many victims each year Foleys Honey and Tar cures coughs and colds perffctly and you are in no danger of consumption Do not risk your health by taking some unknown preparation when Fo leys Honey and Tar is safe and certain in results Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and insist upon having it G L Penny Many saloons in StLouis and vicinity violated the Sunday closing law by Hell ing liquor out of the back door being encouraged thereto by the court decis ion that the excise commissioner can not revoke their licenses until they are convicted in jury trials PLANTS 50000 sweet potato plants for sale Brazilian 20c Southern Queen and Burmuda ISc per hundred W S Wigham Moreland J Se Murphy Son Hedgcville Kentucky S Invite you to ImlMCt their took of good and get tllllr They wnntn hnre of your patronage nnd nt It it b pcxxliut low prlcee h what you wnntOlvu them u cull To the IlonJnmv I4 Ihtlley county lid r of Lincoln county KS and Jlon ltnnvv y Helm county iittorney younrtt hervliy no tllltti that on tilt tint Tuvwlny In June Iteb nt Frankfort Ky I will apply to thr 1rlnm Oominlailon of Kentucky to lw ruled from the Htnte ultrntlnry At frank fort where I am now connrHtlunUtTii Judg ment of lilt Lincoln circuit court rvmleml RIO for tin oTeiiM ofiiinmtlciouhooting tho period of my von nuement having HU nxvd nt one year JEFF JlnTA In the District Court of tilt InllmlHtate for tilt Dlitrlctof Kuntuekv In mnkruptcy- In Ile matter of lion ctor IIRlloII lssonconsideringIlelwtilonofthenfornsahIJbnnkruptordlchar tll lay uf May A IJ court that n hearing Ix hiul upon the Mime on the 13th of June A tinld court at olliglollln ttlddlstrktnt 10 oclock In the forenoon or n near thereto as prnctIetthle and tint noting therKd 0IUIIIIIII1 one 11IIt In TnrINTIIUOK JOCk NAUn newnpiiper printed In Mild district and huh all known creditor and ot her per ons In Interett hut appenr nt wild time and whyRhogranted the Honornblo A M J Coelirnti Judge ofoidVourt real thereof at WrlIl1ulldlll add 1lllrlCI1on thtIltltcliltbinvA11145 Ilerk W I C fiennett f DIGNITY DARE No 1082 Val 5 A SH H Maboeony bay back points wbtto only on t foot year 15 33 hand high weigh 1200 pound troop flat bone heavy mane and tall good back with long craney tapering neck well set ID high mounted ifaonlder a saddle hone head and ear on him a model under halter alwaj wear blue string In model ring wonderful style In barnes II show hone sure When one year old wore all honor to hi clue wberover bown also the blue tlo In sweep- stake barnes ring at tame ago When a SVMrold hewamhown 14 times and wore 13 blue string has never been defeated In fancy harness rlDgl has always been the victor la ttalllon stake slag u a breeder when shown with three or more of his get for lizI style and general conformation and for all purpose lie It a iaddle hone with live distinct gaits fast line acting racker good In two walks and a nice toper very positive la hli trot under laddie and In farness great all around action as re- quIred for an uptodate sire of high priced mle horse for or harness He Is a ore enough harness horse graceful stylish mod fait can show eighths 1n 18X seconds a 2128 gait with but handling die this ait fall one tear ago atteraenlng marns In the spring lie ipos sed of wonderful nerve and speed enough to get a trotter for track use or gentlemens roadsters large handsome styllib hoary and strong enoughS a get carriage horses with a kindly Itlon for all purp sesof a family horse Ile s the horse to sire parker stylish grace ul substance and docility It has been theootypes his colts after himself has newel sired sorrel colt The mot profitable horse for the farmer and small breeder to produce is the hone which serves the widest range of purpose well Ills colts are show coital of he very highest type blue string winners from the oldest to the youngest IEiJKjiiec Sired Chester Dare 10 N II Bhe by Black Squirrel 58 he by lack Eagle he by William 07 hey Washington Denmark 61 he by Guinea Jenmarlc 01 he race horse Denmark be by Imp Bed etord Dignity first lam Ililemont by WelchmodtNo 8367 A byUYldlcklind dam s 3d dam ThoroughbredVelchmonts Pored 2883 TERMS Dignity Dare will tusks the sea on of 105 at my stable In Uustouvllle Ky it I2S to Insure a living colt when foaled Mare traded or removed forfeit Insurance and money becomes due and must be paid on Ktore removal of mares Oraln fed If desired at reasonable rates Mares entrusted to me to wUl receive my personal attention but I rill not for accidents or ee Phone In mldenee at Bustcnvlll K1D L CARPENTER m n I T i COMFORTABLE i Why not be comfortable when you can and YOU can be if you will let us dress you out in one of our TwoPiece Outing Suits in Light Colors Steel t Greys or Serge Bluesin Single or Double Breasts at 5 750 1000 and 1250 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 one too for 350 A Tan Black or White Belt 25 and 50c A Fountain Soft Shirt in White Tans and Blues 100 and 150 If you will allow us to dress you up in these you will have the satisfaction of knowing you are well and genteelly dressed at a small outlay of Cash IH J MROBERTS STANFORD I I It i tbl1elltnt ftoln ur n IIvllllt volt Ile II about hands high n beautiful spotted pony and n perfect Individual are taken to preyent accidents but nut mpomlhle should arty Decal 5nns IImltti a tennmthlr tats CHAltMr NrNNKILKY KyeFRUITS SHADE TREES ETC Mr J H Htephen formerly of Lincoln county will roll on thetannenanticitizens Kenerully with n full llnnof flr teui frUlII ornamental and stead trees The n urn Co of Hocheiter N are the- tcvognluvUcalenUt thlillnoln his coun try All Mock tees to immu anti guaranteed by n coin capita of over IM V tt acre under actual nurwry 11IIIduring the following few we- eksNABOTII JR Niitoth Jr lm beautiful dArk lay with heavy iiiiinx and lull with plenty of style and flnUli nml hoe rxtrvmu hltfli nr Ilon and If worked would utepnn fad nuld NillNttll ilia sire lie U over 10 tmmU high wvlRh oundattdonly66onrol l till 1I1I1ttllltYoIIkIlOIINIII thwho wuilri Uitlliiilf stir ll nml ninny other III Ihv Hit Will ulnulmili NnlKtU sire II n ium of Utorge Wilkes First tliini Tlnwl liy MCsekgc- rIlurocml of llniiibliifnilitn and sire o- fEIninest the iliini of Norliilne yearling rtCord21112 Nubolh Jr lint dRill by MH neiiKer Chief Jr jjiuldiiiu bvCrlt Ihtvlii Srtldnin ii tliDroiinlibn Ho will snake the teuton of luant my itnble In Hlnnfonl tit tile low M IIWI to insure itving roll Mooeyduaw9puncolt U foiilixlor nuirv imrtMl with Mares orrfinovitl fruin this county forfeits the Iniurnnro and the money 110 Men retained on roll until apron II wild Natath considered by Ilse Ithorsemen to e the ht burs In Kentucky to breed to for highclan IInnltu lion Ki lilui Iw foreyou breed J 1U HKAZIKY Htunford Ky FOR SALE McXINNCY ROLLER MILLS Mill has flour capacity of fifty barrel and meal HO bushel per day Mill Is well equipped with modern machin ery in good repair Hat storage capacity of 3000 bushels of wheat also large corn bins and cribs Wagon scales operated from office coal bins and Ice house All under roof Never failing water In mill lot Mill Is within 100 feet of Cincinnati Southern It track and has private siding The loca tion is good for the following reasons Kinney It neatest market to manyof the largest wheat and corn In large territory furnishing custom grindIng Tile teed and coal business In connection with mill pay well No trouble to market all product from mill K1dence is a twostory six room frame with cistern on back porch Milk house at back door cemented tall comparatively new Large barn buggy house In lot loiter the bore property for tale privately Possession given at once or furtber particulars on or address Dr Edw Al orn Ky or W II McKInney Mi88TJENNIE MoKINNKY Adms- McKinney Ky GEORGE HUR One ol the finest English coach horses In the State will make the present season at place on Silas Andersons farm at Eto- to my colt due wheninsure a living money colts up or mare Is parted witha lien retained on colt until season money is paid George Hur Is black lour white feet and white face weighs when in good shape Goo stands full 16 hands and is sixyearsold the coming Spring suple and quick a atsplendidany Grand SIre Scott 2430Major Clydesdale George Dam Jennie Beatrice finest In the liar has some ot the has proved to be a sure foal getter country George Hut halt English coach best dealt horses In and halt Clydesdale Information call the Stale or write Wro Sprinkles at Rowland invite all of horses loand wey and examine George Hur Care taken prevent accidents but not responsible WuKund my fine jack Jim For terat the same 119- Was SMUKICLKS Rowland Ky 7 Experience Teaches Experience in said keeps a dear schoolthe tuition comma high but tho lessons learned therein Jare never forgotten Tho wise however are wiling to profit by the experience of others When the pa nter man UU you that P Mastic Mixed PaintThe Kind Thmt LItmtm is mixed better than he can mix paints by hand that they are pure sure and durable that they give the best poutblc results In beauty and finish and will not crack peel or chalk oifthats thi yoke et atMrloecathe Icuoa taught Is buy Mauls Mixed Paintsave money t Manufacture t PEASLE GAULBERT CO INCORPORATED lOUISVILLE KCNILCKY I IFO ALE BV PENNYS DRUG STORE SPECIAL SALE FOR County Court Day Week Beginning on lon 1IYnext we will begin a sale that will startle the nn lives in prices and valnee Wo have too runny goods and must unload them givethemMens Black Worsted and Cheviot Out Coats 93c Mens Sunday and Working 1nnta at 48c Childrens Cneirncre Suite at 75c up Childrenti Pants lOc up Mens and Boys Hats 15c up Boys Caps 9c up Mens and Boys Shoes 08c up Ladies and Misses Shoes at 76c up Mens Sunday Shirts with or without collars 2lc- Suspenders for Boys and Men at 5c up Heavy Brown Cotton Uc up Calicoes 4Jc up Ladies and Misses Skirts OSc up Nice Childrens Stockinge 5c up Mens Socks Co up upBabyup Lot of Neckties at your own price Garden Seed all kinds two pack ages for 5c Black and Whito Thread 200 yards two spools for Cc Ladies Belts Oc up Pencils 5o dozen ILead S tSTANFORDI W E Perkins StorelIs Headquarters for Fountain Shirts at II to 1160 nothing better for the money Famous Shirts 50c Have HO equal at the price Onetein A Rice Uneckwear uptodate stuff Clenett h Peabodys Col lars and Cuffs They lead in quality and style W E Perkins i Yw lk tKy Crib rtrdKy e t t 49 Cents L tic iFor desirable silk in lengths from one yard to 16 yards what Is left after two loontlMMJ1ing Tliceo are in checks stripes nnd figured and arc thu seasons kel tellers tlmt brought Cfl nod 75c if you need n waUt or tuft length take UJput of these at only 40c t1tl Waists nook at our line of HendytoWcnr Wtuh nnd Silk Waists I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I JSTAtWOlti Kvf MAY 30 1005 to and to phy niclnn demands tho beat materials most careful service In preparing his lirwcriptiona That is way arc filled at Pennys Drug Store 1PERSONALS MR T C HANKIE is visiting relatives In BKAZLEY spent Sunday in LexingtonMRS OWENS visited friends at Junction City Miss EULA TOTTEN Is visiting relatives In Garrard MR JOE 11 ROUT of Lebanon June lion la here with friends MISS JENNIE LYNN was the guest of Mrs W L Wood In Danville Miss RUTH ItAY of Garrard has been the guest of the Misses Totten MR AND MRS E T BEAZLEY of Harrodsburg are with relatives here Miss ANNII MILLER PEYTON orI Mlddlesboro is visiting friends here MRS MARY ADAMS and Mr C W Adams of Huitonvllle were here Fri dayMRS BROOKS and Miss Mollie Brooks of Crab Orchard were guests of friends t hereMR AND MRS AUGUST HATH of Louisville are with Mr and Mrs P StraubMiss ULUB WARNER of Garrard was the guest of her sister Mrs J W J Perrin Miss ELLA MAY NEWIAND of Dan ville spent several days with her moth er here ALFRED PENCE went to Cincinnati Saturday to buy more goods forTribblc Pence MESSRS CHARLES WHEBLEK and James Fryc of Hiutonville were here yesterdayDR W PHNNINGTON Is practic ing dentlsty In lit H A Jones olllce for the present MR F I THOMPSON and wife of Mt Vernon were here yesterday en + route to Liberty MRS II M BAUXJU and children of Lancaster arc guests of Miss Kiln JlroclhladI went to Nashville Satunlay to sew Miss Mary Pcnnington graduate at Wards Seminary ANOTHER eon has arrived at the homo of Mr J H Boone making sev en lie has nine children In all MISSES MADCK AND HOSE HACKLRY have returned from Nashville where they have been attending college A GOOD picture of handsome Miss tv Edna Baughman of Hustonville ap peared in Saturdays Louisville Times CHAS LUTES of Hustonville was in town Wednesday C E Carter of Lincoln county was here on business Somerset Journal TUB wife and children of Dr H B Beck have joined him here and they will go to housekeeping at once in the Stone property In the Miller addition MRS IL G HAil and son Wcarcn Hail left Friday for Kansas City to join the husband and father who has a good position with the Cudahy Packing CoMiss DOLLIE VANOY has our thanks for an invitation to the commencement exercises of the Indiana Institution for the Deaf which occur Wednesday June 7 MR J W MOOKC of Liberty came up Saturday and took back with him the family of Ed Wilkinson They will spend some time in tho State of Casey MR F M WARE and wife Mr S M Owens and wife and Mr E J Tanner r and wife all of McKlnney attended t the conclave at Richmond and report a time- MasItLIMMERand daughter Miss Elsie left this week for New York and from there they will sail for a three months visit to her old home in Ger manyCentral Record A LETTER from our only sister Mrs Emma Leo Vaughan of Richmond Va states that she and her sons and niece Miss Hollio Vaughan will sail from Boston June 3 for Naples Italy to spend several months for tho benefit of her health PROP J L BOSLEY and wife left yesterday the former for Danville to a weeks and the latter for Bourbon county The many friendships formed during their sojourn here makes the departure of this excellent couple the subject of general regret and wherever they go they will have the- Jiest wishes of our people 1Mil E P WOODS went to St Louis MRS W P TATE is visiting relatives atLebanonMiss MAY SAUNDKRS was a Richmond during the conclave MRS ANNIK WITHERS of Lancaster yesterdayMil chang ed from Covington to Middleburg MRS G B LAWRENCE of Mt Ver non was hero yesterday the guest of Mrs Mattie Kirby- V R COLEMAN of Thurmond W Va spent a few days with his mother Mrs MeD Royalty MRS R P STEPHENS the aged mother of Mrs E L Reinhart continues very at the tatters home on East Main Street- Ihv R B MAIIONY went to Leba non Saturday The week spent at the Gover Hotel Crab Orchard was of much benefit to him SECRETARY SAM M OWENS of the t8tenJayIup event comes off the last week in July Miss ANNIE ASHLOCK of the Gil berts Creek section and her guest Miss Susie Zanone of Lancaster spent Sun day with Stanford friends A FEATURE of the Baccalaureate services at the Presbyterian church Sun day morning will be a solo by Mrs Julia Craig Dunn who is here with rcku lives Miss OPHELIA LACKEY of Stanford is visiting her sister Mrs S W Givens Miss Virginia Warren went to Louisville Tuesday for a fortnights visit Middlcsboro News MESSRS R H BRPNAUGII and W D Wallin president and secretary of the Crab Orchard fair were on Saturdays train returning from Lexington where they did well gutting special premiums CAIT J B DOUGLAS was on No 23 Saturday returning from the con clove at Richmond where he says he had a great time Capt Douglas is now running between Knoxville and Oliver Springs a roundtrip distance of SO miles which he makes daily Ills family still resides at Jellico where he has considerable business interests LOCALS FOR substantial wedding presents call on Tribblo R Pence BEST selection of Class and Sol id Silver flatware at W H Muellers CARDS 25 nicely printed visiting cards for 23c 50 for 35c or 100 for We This once WK have Riding Walking Culti vators also millet seed for sale E T Pence Co MILLET and cane seed hay and feed of all kinds cheap for cash J H Baughman Co PRUITT Duos tMoreland are pre pared to do rubber tiring In the most approved method WE have just received a shipment of new mattings also a fine assortment of rugs druggeta etc Tribble Pence ANDREW JACKSON caught a 5 fine in Judge Tribblos court yesterday morn ing for getting overloaded with booze SUIT GARLAND SINGLETON finds that there are GG35 children of schoolage in this county of whom 4397 are white MR CICERO Dsis having a concrete pavement built on tho south side of his residence Letotherowners of bad pavements do likewise TII Somerset Journal gives this wholesome advice Dont grow round shouldered carrying business around with you that Isnt your business IN the circuit court at Mt Vcrnon W J Rider was fined 200 for assault Ing Dr M K Pcnnington We arc told that an indictment for detention was returned against the doctor at the present terra HILL John Hill aged 87 died Saturday of infirmities attendant to old age She lived in the Halls Gap sec tion and is survived by her husband who is 88 years old This was the old est couple in tho county TUB State Board of Equalization made no raise on Lincoln county This is quite a compliment to Assessor M G Reynolds and the board of super visors Messrs 0 J Crow George W Leach W H Underwood George Holmes John G Lynn 71 qti st V Silk Attire v More emphatically than ever in Silk the Queen of Fabrics this tenon We believed this would be the case and have bought largely and sold largely of Silks The kind we have nro not the kind that fade and cut after a few days wear but Silks tbat will give rntisfaction that will last long after the garment they compose has become out of style NICE home on Logan Avenue for sale Also a lot of furniture etc Mrs J S Hundley totcut feed pump water etc I HAVE accepted agency for a monument house and will be glad to figure with those thinking about buying a tombstone or monument J G Mc ClaryTlIANKShfblcD Royalty has our thanks for a basket of strawber ries which were as large as hen eggs They were most delicious and we are very thankful to the good woman for them FOR RENT Home 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 ton IN a decision eel the cor troller of the treasury the children of Lieut Abner F Hoairn Third Kentucky Infantry formerly of Lincoln county arc allowed 123 for additional pay and subsistence due him says a Washington dispatch Hoairn is not known in this section WARNING You are hereby warned not to throw trash of any kind on Lancaster street or any other street in the town of Stanford Those persisting in doing so will be punished to the fullest extent of the law If you have trash you wish to dispose of take it to the sink hole on Councilman Jno M Stones place in the Northwestern part of town R G Jones city marshal ALL are invited to attend the exer cises of Stanford Male and Female Seminary duriug commencement week The Baccalaureate sermon will be preached in the Presbyterian church Sunday morning next by Rev W L Dorgan of the First Baptist church of Danville Musical recital in the Semi nary chapel Tuesday evening June 6th at 8 r Commencement day Wed nesday June 8th Exercises at 1030- A M in Waltons Opera House address by Rev A S Moffett of Lebanon 0 B Fallis president WALTONS OrEn HOUSE was comfortably filled at the commencement exercises of the Graded School Friday morning and a most interesting and en- Joyable program was given The stage was beautifully decorated with bunting and flowers and on it sat the trustees of the school Supt J L Bosley Col T P Hill the graduates Hubert Craig Carpenter and Newland and Revs 0 M Huey and Gilbert Glass The latter gentleman opened the exercises with prayer Miss Mary Higgins gave the piano solo Pierette in a highly creditable manner after which Mr Carpenters oration Whith er Are We Drifting was attentively listened to He is a good speaker and his essay showed much research and thought Miss Berta Jean Penny favored the audience with a pretty violin solo which was loudly applauded Miss Virginia Lte Bournes number a piano selection was well rendered and well received Men of History and Their Rewards was the subject of Mr Ncwlands oration and he handled it well He is exceedingly easy and grace ful before an audience Miss Patsy Prewitt of Lexington sang My Dreams in sweetest cadence The ad dress to the graduating class was delivered by Col Thomas P Hill the nestor of the Stanford bar This fine old gentleman was in his happiest vein and his wholesome advice interspersed with wit made an impress on the grad uates that we hope they will not soon forget The colonel was heartily con gratulated on his splendid effort Dr W B OBannon threw a pretty bou quet to Col at the conclusion of the formers address and he acknowl edged it in a brief talk Miss Mary McRoberts number was tho piano so lo The Silver Spring and her rendi tion of it was superb At this point Col Hill presented to Prof Bosley the retiring superintendent an endorse ment of his course as head of the school It is largely signed as will be seen in another portion of this paper Dr W B OBannon delivered the dl plomas to Messrs Carpenter and New land in a timely speech Rev Huey dis missed the large audience and a suc cessful term of the Stanford Graded School came to an end ISIX colored applicants for teachers were examined Saturday One got a firstclass certificate one got a second class and four failed e LOOK at the label on which your name is printed and see if you arc not behind with your subscription If you are re mit us by the next mail J CARROLL BAILEY will put the won derful Leitchfield Gasoline Lamps in the Christian church at Hustonville having been awarded the contract for lighting that church JIM JONES the N fox was kicked by his horse and severely hurt yesterday He tried to catch the ani mal which was running in his pasture when he received the injury THE illustrated lecture by E A Fox State Secretary of Sunday Schools at the Christian church Sunday evening was largely attended and greatly en joyed The views of the Holy Land were splendid and Mr Foxs lecture was both interesting and edifying IMR W L MCC whose store and residence at Kingsville burned a few weeks ago is undecided as to whether he will rebuild His insurance will not cover half of his loss It is to be hoped that Mr McCarty and his family will move to his splendid farm near this place- THE reception atthe Graded School by the faculty to the graduates Messrs James Newland and Hubert Carpenter Friday evening was largely attended and greatly enjoyed The evening was spent in conversation and an elegant light lunch was served The commodious building was tastily decorated and arranged and the occasion was one that will not be soon forgotten by those who were fortunate enough to be in attendance WE are told that Mr Russell Dillion of the East End aspires to be the re publican nominee for sheriff and there are many who believe he will realize his fond hopes He married Into an influential democratic family is a clev er and competent young man and will no doubt prove a formidable competitor for the nomination it matters not who runs against him Of course the honor will prove an empty one but if Mr Dil lion really would like to have a little race we hope he will have the oppor tunity of showing his speed W H Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY The Latent In Jewelry Hllver Out ilnns WIttchfN unit Clocks in Block Notice tb The Public Ii ids Austin one of the ll horse sheers In hits with mennI I will do pluln horse hocltiK for 5 cents cash J also do fancy horse ihoelne nt rciuonablo prices lIIlklIIIKcIIlItYO wnaonllnd buggy work wad lualutlnIg and out please you broth In work and rte I nsk II hnre of your trona J II Orltr Houterset Itlln- fonl Ity HUSH HON Y DONT CRY I am still agent for Tho Victor Talking Maclillu1 Tho Victor fo perfect Unit It often mistaken for the Ifuimin voice It li tothouandsaall lovers of good nude The Victor U an Inspiration no matter how much entertain mont there Is nt ltonfe Tin Victor In always welcome You can nt all times listen to luintU orchrttrax onKK Instrumental iiius Ic Ac that tlioUMimu of people flock to hear In crowded resorts there Is no limit to the of Kelcctlonn This matchless Inntrnmeni will recite to you Can I Inter If to cull and nee mmplo machine nudhcnrIt piny On xhl lit my store N W Cor Dopot Ht THOH C HAM Htanford Ky WOOD WILKES Trial Record over Orali Orchard trockIImile In6 Hired l y Hrcezo AVIIkcn Ielonkeyho II Ocorgo Wllkll lit by itdlc s Ilumbla Ionian wood Wilkes Jut dam Katie Grow OrowH Hmutrglcr ho liy the 1I0wtIHIIIUIUttr 2H5 14 Katie prows- duutbyASunmtJrt Iii liy Col Wekt Al wont 2nd dlllllH Mambrlno h Mamhrlno Chief arddnmby McJntyniV Denmark Will make the prcMnt wnrou lit place on Homerset pike 12 from HtnnfurdataletoInsun a living colt Wood WllkeHlau coming e year old nnd has al ready himself n great breeder Ills colts sltowepcedand nn abundance of style They lire big rangy fellows and step well Lieu retained on colts till goaeon is paid blares traded or sold forfeits Insurance and makes Hciixon money due Mares grilled at ti per month Cure token to prevent Heel dents Jut not responsible should nnjMJccur 3Iaaford a1 r y Thursday Friday ll Satur day June 1 2 and 3 Are the days wo will allow this cutprice none sold before these dates and l none after at this cut price Those who come first will of course have more to eclcct from o WHITE HABUTAI SILK 0ti24 inch at 8Dc27 inch at GOcj 30 inch at 8100 YARD WIDE BLACK TAFFETA We believe you will find our goods just a little better than those usually sold at 100 and S12A i i H ICOLLARS ARE LImN q Nine men out of ten wear cotton collars anti ont know it i fJ The law protects you wouldi cotifJ Next time you buyn collar see that it is stamped IIH I Warranted Linen Its your protection and costs you no more than cotton Snappy f A shape every 2 for 2Cc osssaJSts- CUCIrIINSMCLARYStanford i To The Buying We have bought out the stock of Grocer ies 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 Cashp THE WLEABLE JTlllMIIUCnBlt tylesI Public This wonderful Range is now on exhibition at our store anda look is all we ask to con vince you we have the i best the market af fords JOEOROB H FARRIS A COtStanford Kentucky f W B McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD Sells Kurfecs Ready Mixed Paints Everv gallon Guaranteed There is none better New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lead and Linseed Oil Also A Tested iod Sure Bed Bug Destroyer c r VThe Interior Journal Entered in the PosOffice at Stafford at ucondclait ma tier- 2UflLZMIIICO TUESDAYS AND tflUDVM AT flOOPER YEAR CASH ta When not no pulil UOO will be charged UMBRELLAS Recorered and repaired and made almost ai good a new for a amount I can lit your umbrella better than the tram iirepaIrer and for lees money Give me a FRANK ATKIMS Stanford i For Sale Privately My house and 10 acre of land ittuate jut outside of town limIts on the Somerset pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and ier tantt room good cellar stable and all necenary outbuildings Water hydrant InI the yard and one for J P UAILEY- NOTICE P You should see UI before let out your Douse carriage and root painting Paper hanging a We have of paper from three leadlngbouses of the world and can sell you wall cheaper than yon can teal U FIIthnltu furnished on ape I All work guaranteed- J J BEUJSN 00 Somerset street it INSURANCE FIn Llghtnlnl 111I1lIlorml1M nnU Accident None iind JJKHTCompnnles Iiepresentwl Ixwv tros Mtile lliite tftrantMl JAI 1nylngillcc onllimunllccl Tllik with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky KMldtMice Phono Xo 81 R AI JONSI DentistI Office in Myers House PurlorI Phone No 1 f JI IProprietor LIVERY fiND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv Oood Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on us on Depot Street Also Dealer in Coal BDCARTER Successor to Bruce5 Darter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD Ky Special attention to Commercial Men Yourpitronage it solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pens In Connection Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy ready made clothing when there it so little difference In the price of k5gh grade ready made suits and a suit made to your measure taken by an ex perienced tailor I have a handeome line of Spring goods I can make from a low price business suit to the finest dress suit Also Spring overcoats and trous ers The company I represent Is one of the best I also have a line goods I aaVo un luywlf for those who prefer it H C RUPLEY the Tailor ELECTRICIAN 5007 Race Record 214 J4 Sirs of MUI rit Electtlmont 111 14 crttchen nu i Prince 113 14 Let 333 brother to Criteful 231 j In list EXecIrIclanIs a brown stallirn J4 hinJs high itinjird reslslereJ He by Electioneer tire of 66 uml te by lIamblelonlan to sire of iimsol itS htbyAbiillJh t sire of t dims of Kent inre by Imp BellfounJer Electrlclins i it dim tam of Bernjl tir RexfarJ a4 AlUni rcsJ6 Russenolerio etc Rebecca by Gen Renton ITJI lire of it Jams of 68 he Jim Scott 836 tire I of a Lsly Benton by Grays MambletunUn Sec end darn CllMbel Jim of Clifton Bell 214 14 Uella ry and Chimes Dell slreof Van Zajt sos 14 she by AWallih Star Third Jim Emma Mills darn of isires etc by American Star Electrician Is a royalbrej horse Tint style and ac ton with treat beauty tie Is a horse that possessess treat speed and gameness although his f2a4 I4 he IaltJly shOwed miles In s15 A S Dumber of his get lias been sold for roadsters bring 2g from 1100 to As most of his keautles with line action style and size can recomI rend him as a great stock horse g Will make the season on same conditions and at same place as clay King at the fee of 54 CLAYKING2964b Record sn 4aSire of Dick Wilson o9 The King ato ia Ma Use 0 3l7 14 rTom Phalr 117 Nellie Bruct itS Oay In t4 Daisy M 111 34 Theg r4ar1 14 The Raven rt6 Justin M 116 Dorado ftj 14 and eight others with records of bet ter than all trotters but Dick Wilson racer r hItauoDoc ri i4EJear rn8 11 Oueen Clay 219 13 hClayxi 14 rit 14 k Ia4 it others sons have sired i and eSlulthteI bave produced Dick i i Stronewood tlomestake 114 14 etc id dam Belle Brandon by Mamblelonlan dam of Amy 12014 Gov Sprague taoii sire of Wllmar 14 sire of t and WUJjIr sire of t Sire jI George WlJkes Election bylIs 101 of harry Clay H dam Wodesty zz6 by Tom WoJder sd darn Wells dam of Artllery Star darn IOCgClay King any stud opportunlfes would today be In the first light of successful sires of t extreme speed Ills stud career Is puctcally justbbegun and there Is not a horseman In the Blue State who Joes not regard him as a wonderful and extreme speed Eveiy man at the LUlnr1 IIHelave seen and then sell for startling prices they have seen his 11verClay K ng will make the season IIOS at low rica of tie jo to Insure a living colt A lien retained vpoo the foal to secure the payment of the season All car will be taken to prevent accidents to stock In trusted to our care but any occur we will not responsible for the saml W B BURTON Lancaster Ky F Hav your colts enl by T F GROSS Ircnchersvlllc Ky tine wellknown Oil I of all otl- fllllIolI gunrulltetd E D Peyton DEALEll IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford I A S PRICE-d Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in Owsley Building Da t Traylor t ALIR IN WHlskn Brajidu Wines Beer Gloars Etc Carpenter House Close to Depot trated trntor horsis horse doctor the STANFORD K Prompt and polite itttntlon Nothing but the lo drink cr telegraph orders rice promptitttnuon rl CURESNERYO r pbyslcmental t nhoMISlespluaussndosbrtroosiautoMake ncr1sliyfllrorIOOlcIWlIhIf1IaIUoperren MEDICAL ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u 1 AIFOR SALE AT rCTNTS DRUG STORE JLBeazleyCo UndertaKera and Embalm crs Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsKugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e cear Undertaker Embalmer anti Dealer in IlnrnessSaddleryf tCC STANFORD KENTUCKY PRESTON 922 This premium saddle stallion of the- oworld will make the season of 1905 at the of J C Bailey on Old Lancaster cIreston54 hands high a perfect model with reat style action and speed Preston was sired by Washington No be by Cromwell 073 ist dam Belle y Roderick 2d dam by a Denmark horse Preston has shown against and defeated ll the great show horses of Kentucky such as Kentucky Artist owned by 1 T t Crenshaw of Lexington Ky and MontrChief owned by Ball Bros yon should breed to Preston Because he is the greatest show orse Kentucky ever produced 2 Because he is siring great chow orses such as Electra that was sold to enator Vare for Izooo Rebecca that sold at New York Exchange to Geo Vat byGaysaddle and combined rings than any three yearold out in 1903 a yearling colt sold to J C Cravins of Illinois for 1500 3 Because he is the only saddle stallion that ever sired a team of harness that sold for ISooo 4 Because he won tile championship ofche Louisville Horse Show in 1903 y Matt S Cohen of Richmond Ky jADecause he has won more money in how ring than any other saddle stal ion in Kentucky anyloneo breed to a fine saddle stallion to see him e oOo Mares grazed at month Care ta responslbleJ C BAILEY Stanford Ky d FARMERS DEPARTMENT J N Osborne of Warren county has 18 acres in cotton John B Foster sold to Sweeney Mor Itlgan 100 74pound lambs at 6c- H G Lutes bought in Pulaski a bunch of ewes and lambs at 250 A yearling Polled Durham bull for sale AJ Gooch Maywood Ky Six yearling Polled Angus bulls for sale J W Baughman Stanford Nearly four inches of rain fell In Christian county Thursday night Crops were considerably damaged It is estimated that damage to the extent of a half million dollars lias been done by the overflow of Rio Grande north of El Paso C S Brent Bro of Paris purchased of Chas A Webber of Bouiit bon county 50000 pounds of 551 per 112 pounds My bull Bob Quis stands at 160 cash with return privileges Unless cash accompanies order no service will be rendered John B Camentsch Stanford 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 Meter Highland InventedrShe touched a match to a hens nest anti instantly all the chigers chickens i Jourlnnlj sweepstake for twoyearolds at Louis 0yuleand the race was ont of the best of the meeting Joe Rhinock of Covington won 10000 on the race having SOO up at 15 to 8 to 1 We hope the clever owner of the good horse did as MATRIMONIAL wellj I John Brackettand Miss Bettie Yo cum obtained license yesterday to mar ry June William Warren of Wilmore and Miss Emma Hardin of Harrodsburg were married last week Capt Richmond Pearson Hobson Miss Griselda Houston Hull were milI tied sit the home of the brides pare at Tuxedo Park New York When he is suing so assiduously for his best girls hand it would do well for the young man to investigate the price of kid gloves and see if he is able toI keep the hand properly covered Frankfort Journal Married 18 months and the secret is just out Such is the story of Miss Katherine C Naefz who for two years has been a teacher at the Lexington Conservatory of Music and F N Duf fey a traveling man from Cleveland OhioDr and Mrs E G Dick of Crab Orchard Springs announce the engage ment of their daughter Jean Venning to Mr William M Monks of Louis yule The nuptials are set for the third week in june Miss Dick is a charm Ing young woman and is as pretty and accomplished as she is popular Why Suffer From Rheumatism Wlllmjlonequick relief which this liniment af fords makes zest and sleep possible and that alone is worth many times its cost Many who have used It hoping only for u short relief front suffering have been happily surprised to find that after awhile the relief became permanent Mra V H Leggett of Yum Yum Tennessee U S A writes am a great sufferer from rheumatism all over from head to ootantl Chum crlaln Pain Balm Is the only thing that will relieve the- of r pain For sale by Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Ky Ir The Kentucky Southern Railway filed articles of amendment of incorporation nl providing for nn extension to begin atu the mouth of Little Rockcastle river n the Knoxville branch of the Louisville or and Nashville railroad in Laurel lounty thence down the Rockcastle to he Cumberland river which will be ridged says the Somerset Journal The extension will then parallel tho Cumberland for about 10 miles after which it will connect with the C Nhi O and T P at Tatftville A still betW 11iverlow to Somerset As a developer of coal and timber traffic this will be aIbig success s Watch for ItlIt will pay you to watch for the very first symptom of indigestion or liver trouble and to prevent thetroublu from gaining headway by quickly taking he Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pep In sin Nothing is more weakening to v tho system than chronic dyspepsia nnd y all its complications Nothing will ure It so quickly pleasantly and sure i ly as Syrup Pepsin Sold by O LaPenny at 50c and Money back if U falls In A lone robber made a daring and at mot successful attempt to rob the funMont the scene of numerous robberies t- iThe robber was knocked senseless by b an express messenger and was turned over to county officials at Drum r mond r A Good Family Liniment Every family should ba supplied with a bottlo of Chamberlains Pain Balm For cuts bruises burns scalds and similar Injuries which arc of frequent occurenco there Is nothing ISO good It soothes tho wound and not only gives Instant relief from pain but causes tho parts to heal In about onethird tho time required by the usual treatment As it is an antisep tic all danger from bloodpoisoning Is avoided Soldlby Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Ky Spain has more hunchbacks than any other country In some of the village of the Sierra Modena seven per cent of the people are deformed In this way WillIe a bilious attack Is decidedly unpleasant It is quickly over when Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are used For sale by Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Ky Season Specialties screulugUurtnlnt Hhiidc IoliM Kxtviulon llrnok Itlrtlr1urllllllrllh lIrtleIll 10 tClllOVO wtllr tl tnllll I1Mr ly ncctliuu Unrntt mid llulldlna Isnore Window Wnll Ilipcr Iulntu VnrnUh Htiiln mid Kimniflu Picture Iriu tutu Moulding MiiU llnm HusKlm New nnd l li vttl tit sTjxnid aiut it yoti Cliii name something wv do not keep lood Mr fry Ilenty olilltr mid liuimlc and fowl zeIItust UIIlkllllC ttluhiuntnt Pr itt Brothers lorcoll- nllKPOSTED strictlyturbidprnllCuleIolatorsJin Kate Ador Itetcheubach Bros VonOruorstganAlbortVonOrnenigsnFr Alfred Simpson George Holmes MlM SUttle U howe B Relcbeubacu Charles Cummtn Joe Ballou A 0 Dunn S U holmes WRUaughortjM Peter W Carter J Nerlo Carter J K Bruce W V Sham ker Thorns Ferrlll GreeD errl- llIF J Conn John II OamenUch Trowbrldro AI Hoot Enllln Frank Cordler Y O Welch IVter Ilaltner Commissioners Sale Mnroln Circuit ourt JolIl Wall Ilntntirr si Jnnnnii Miirtln nl iVfvndnitt Nolle of Snl ruMunnt to u JiulKiiKnt nf the llneoln circuit court remlinxl In the alest tykt notion nt the Kvhrunry term lurt of cull court tho unilerilstu1 Misstr oiiiiiilmlonir of salt court will on MONDAY JUNK 15Th lIla Aliout r x In front uf the rtlrtbotlu door In HtHiifonl Kr dll nt IIhlll outcry fuIlowhuIgleenllatiKy nn th wittcru of Oiwn Illvcr HIMIII drlh1 us follow ItC fill ll nt n white oak corner to Mnrtln nnil JnckWiilllhonctHM W IS toIa nnil live tuik to a ciii III lliIIlvrt Iticlant hue thiltt wIth hits hue S dl JMl5 nll1 II links to n Mom WJUInn Wnlls rorn r tIitie with lute Itit V Iwihec n1links to n tonecorner to n new lute Iwtwetfl Vllllinn Wnll nod A Mnrlln theiue with mild lint H H K M Miles to u Ion In Martini line thencu Ills line K n W U Kile to the IteKlnnllitf fontnlnllDt si acres nxahe nllcl1l111 Of hsuiui t2 tier 2 rolennil ttl hht1 Tin ninoiint nereuirv to Iw rca zeul froth thUMite to till nuin of ninety dollars 5ll nnil Interest thervon tit tutu role of r vent INT minimi from April Iol until niilil subject In the following rrrdltl jusi haiti July piiid IKO in 1fIC ul Ihlntloll art 10 ha rsnl mnde on n credit of MX thlIUIIj iireliiiM r will la rlOCllllr the piirvluiM inoneywltli pnyiilile to the tltiiiiiiln loner huh tMiirlnit jar rent Intprrst from diile of nle A lien will Is rrtnlneil the ii nd for the purclniK price OEO H SAUPLEV M C U C C TEMPLE HILL STOCK fIRM UagofSa 1bt City Llnlti Harrodsburg Kentucky ttIIuf lV iri l oconi trt its vt Ii bent ntvroniluilf Itutle tnifk Nln of finlth rw onU Nttir tliHii Stfli 1hollll 11011 ShuN litn ICciutueky aunt Iruillnu Irll of hlnliTlim out liornviiiiilil teat to lii t i IIIur n si tug oltIIII11I Kixxl one t Unit or IIWO tin MII nun I rlnliu II It to the laat InliTrst of the own of iiiiirvc fricriinil iillilnln coun tltH to lrit to ItIInfht Wfiillae hI not foriuilo lexiwt lo kitii him Mini hrwd nnil title hNprcKl iut itt It IHrlullturthat I will work for tin unit t lilttli prlcin no mutter lo whom tlny Is IonIC Sixl htrcuutuae his roll hive n rrlilltn tloiiiinil Imvr soIl for lilnlur prkis iimli ViloiM l I hull lliovof it fly slat ii toti III MtTrvr niiJolnliiB fountlcK 3nl HCCHII lute colts ii tat klu inori priliilunu I hut a UIOM of iinv tiuI ion In MircT or ljolnliiK foun Ie Ith licitie In hll lIMttr rcronl n e riicc luorso hiivlnu won out of nice nnil u InttiT riTonl in n show hors InivliiK won M out of ffiidliow n liny situ Dolt In Mintr or nilltilnlnu foiuitlr Ilciujtso HIM UHf Ill onh lioriw ruth liy liorw with rifonlTtf Silt u K Clnyi who Jilt lr1 t roll with rironU Uttcr tlnin 813 iii with a linn Iiiuly llnrti Dint i v ry tilt hut took jIlt lIui rh rccoril mid wn i it 11cr niul whow S rat oh Iii tu iHopriinoiuuii tlicurfiitoitt liriKxl lou In I world II In the suhuouc sir C K Olnyl ult hun Jljoi Mini who diuii cold for 1ldut wliovMliiiir slro Itch Wllkcxi void fur Ml nil for Iii If liitrriM mid who hIUlolf ildtl ii f ultillt thriO vtii ru old for tUnl it nut nt i ytuura oil fur IlTi still that lilni lf llfoltn to wll for over j4it5Ouii iM hluli iii I2uuuuul teams from film to fl a Meritr or liii ii ii hut coil at lit huit thnttof Kwl l nfmolth weit ever trained for HixMd mid tliiv nil look rend Till Hut OIK of htMl hiufs rnlU was ver rnccd mid ho Kturted In or IS riire winning ilmt In one and Keeond In nil tho other an shown y tluc Yenr iKMik mid nhowtd mllen In XilV and would have enu n iitloiiiilliorMiiiid lived Nth Hit Ienf him ulrcil more liluh rliikH hlllhJlrl tcmiu tItian any Htalllnn Kentucky In the pant two yearn mh I ull Mveril nfTnr of over fur n pair I now have Noun of tho o told live lIr old mid inont of them under three Cir1lWtulut n trotter Ill Iafbred toxtt tus his ulro In OIIH of hut rtal test strtii of extrtiuo 1111111 hi diini ureiit produrer mid Ito h ontof the orlds ureatest urs of tClIt Wllkosi nnil his nta ti ill t iniiro Hi world If you want stuns harm he tins proven he lInllct them of the hiuhrat iiuiilltvn t it rtPyefl noil mare by him nhow littf t rotlit tho circuit In reuular and WC1CtiI kus ti out if shows uuluet tttf equalled only lay thn world v Queen you want n html eliorVe hoiail net them t lout will Hell for uc Ig isest dollar nnd hi lilies nr url toe great brood inaro If these are not fuels why nolT o hnve n sooil Black Jack to tnnd nt t t to insUrt livIng colt CRI Galton 1291O 1 Sired by Dambetta Wilkes SilH Ut data Daisy KleM granddam of Alice WIlkes lilt Alretta i5Hby Rnfl ld sIre ot lit In 220 and dams of 00 In 220 or better lad thedamSeeleyAmerIcansire of speed Only three of Oaltons colts havobcon handled forspovd Larlnr all work ed mllll out tn 225 and better This Is evIdence that lie will get plenty of speed menu the right Chase of mare and a horse that rant get speed cant get action or good road otf3tnsielfhaveLoisIitnststseasons at my table IMn all and served the last three neaions an average of Ti mares tbe season This Is another of the best recommendations a stallion can have lie was a great show hone In his voungdajs hiving detested some of the htlt In harne classes and labored under great disadvantage owing In a very bud cripple In one shoulder at a twoyearold with the he can work a nIle In M with but little handling Ills colts haw gone against and defeated tile boat one of hIs colts having won a 175 pr m arlll1ydoneof mares he U getting of late are much better titan lute first tvatohs- Oston sire Oambotta Willet has produced one of the greatest farallle lie hat J andbettersons and daughters have over 400 In the S lIst This proof that Gallon has a right for what I claim for him Gallon will stand at 110 to Insure a Ute colt ucees traded oil after breeding forfeits Insurance Crass after the 2tth of April at II pr pLhtelboneThe Gibraltar of Rockcastlc CountyJFinancial Institutions I 1OFOf1irs to tile Teojilo n Safe nntl Conservative Hanking Aecountjt of SYIlttmI Individual Firms and Corporations Solicited IGive us your buBincM anti wo guarantee n plciuant antI profitable relation Pay il vcr cent interest on all deposits of 8100 or more when left in the bank nUll not checked ujwn for a irilof six niontli 5J W HUTCHESON Cashier 10J First Nationalor 1 Capital Stock 50000 This Institution Wa s orlcln llT esubllshed xs the Deposit hank of Stanford In liltthen reorganized as the National Hank of Stanford 101185 and again reorKanlied as the First National flask of Stanford In lass ba lnR had practically an uninter rupted existence for II rears It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well than ever before In Its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cork poratlons Solicited LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL II CAPITAL STOCK Directors J B Paiton J B Owslej H Shanks W O Walker Oeo Darter j B Foster L 0 Oooch Wit Oumrolni M brIght It I Hubble w II Shanks of In luu or J 81 flT V Pros J J our W H r Reid T Stanford J Stanford K L n Stanford a Jss Ilobtnson 0 E Stanford II SOOOO W W Successor to Ths Farmers flank Trust Company and under same continuouslyfor YOUR BANK Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneflclil I n J B W M J To IICW husincKS in new building Stocks nnd I being 1 T Weatherford you to call niul you will ho convinced can feather Mills McKinney Kentucky Mnmifiietuivrs Jiiinn Mnnoyn Kliiiinjjli HlnnkuUiiiHl Ynrn your take wool for work nmrkft price Hiitlsfiivtlnn ull wnitu prices mut Information gents Offlotra HOOKER Prcsl HAHRU iictionEim WKAUKNAstOhn Directors Harris tracker Tanner Elmore Hubble Tate SOLICIT ACCOUNT Officers BIIANKIIPretdeaI Paxton Vice treildent niUOHTOasbUt WsOWALKEItAssS popularize their with New New Lines G Co 1 IIUSTONVILLK KENTUCKY Asks that they your ncsluin McKinney Woolen Heimtw uxvlintiKa iillowlnij wnlitttl Danville StanfordI Stanfordy BANK added PEYTON My Him Puck IVyton nlxycarnOld will iiiako thu priittml WIIMIII of heft lit lilY ntulila hivingcoltsoil list nrK crop of colts nt 170 rouml four of lili colts nru on my farm which wiIi iHiik for tliuiiiDvlvc niul can Iii own lit IhoallUloJllnCOllnlldmyII 15i noh1 high lie will servo IIhllttC- IIlIlIIhor 01 mnrcmit IStolnmirun living colt IIInrotrldnlellllnts or fHpnpci II It KINO Morolaml Ky f c