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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I JI VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 2 1905 NO 271FARMERS DEPARTMENT The English Derby was won by Lord Rosebcrys Cicero A yearling Polled Durham bull for sale A J Gooch Moywood Ky Six yearling Polled Angus bulls for sale J W Baughman Stanford G W Redman of Campbollsville sold n span of mules a few days ago for 105 He also sold a horso for 200 I have and will have some good v lung work mules and business horses for sale Josiah Bishop Hustonvillc Ky My bull Bob Quls stands at 150 cash with return privileges Unless cash accompanies order no service will bo rendered John B Camenisch Stanford E P Woods bought In St Louis a carload of mares the pick of four carloads of good ones He will sell them to those wanting mares for breeding or working purposes it is feared that tho plan to form n combine of tho Kentucky Burley to bacco growers hat fallen through ow ing to the demand of the growers for x increased acreage The first bull fight In Madrid after the repeal of the Sunday law was witnessed by 20000 persons and 80000 more wilted outside tho ring to get prompt news of the result Tho stockholders of the Columbia Fair Association met in the News ol11co last Saturday afternoon and resolved to hold a fair beginning August 22nd and continuing four days John B CoflTcy Is the President and C S Harris Sec retary Adair News The Philippine tobacco crop of 1901 according to the census taken under the Philippine Commission amounted to 37403083 pounds produced from 77 G23 acres In Paint of commercial im portancc tobacco U tho third agricultu ral product of tho islands Kentucky Fair Dates Tho following are tho dates fixed for holding tho Kentucky fairs for 1905 as far as reported Crab Orchard July 1J3 days daysiDanville August 23 days Harrodsburg August 84 days Fern Creek August 154 days L Shephcrdsvlllc August 15t days Lawrenceburg August 154 days 4 Vanceburg August 164 days itDrodhcad Aug 163 days August 173 days Shclbyvillc August 224 days Springfield August 234 days Nlcholasvilic August 203 days Dm town August 301 days Somerset August 291 days Florence August 304 days Elizabethtown Sept 53 days Glasgow Sept 134 days The Kentucky State Fair Lexington September 18G days Henderson September 266 days p i Falmouth September 271 days Owcruboro October 10S days Found a Cure r Dyspepsia Mrs S LlmUay of Fort William Ontario Canada who has suffered quite a number of years from dyspep sia and great pains In tho stomach was advised by hor druggist to take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Sho did so and says I find that they have Bono mo a great deal of good I have never had any suffering since I began usingthorn If troubled with dyspepsia or Indigestion why not take tIw e Tablets gut well and stay well For sale by Lyne Broil Crab Orchard Ky r Young Georgian took his girl to tho theater Curtain went up play was on 4nnd then tho girl grew faint With a quickness of ratiocination truly nmaz ing young fellow fished a tablet out of his pocket hurriedly thrust It in his girls lips and told her to tuck It under her tongue and let it stay there Sho did so it stayed and she sat tho show out in comparative comfort As the tablet didnt melt she slipped it into her glove and took it home It was a abuttonJudge No Secret About It It Is no secret that for Cuts Hums Ulcers Foyer Sores Soro Eye hails etc nothing is so effective as Duck Ions Arnica Solve It didnt take long to euro a bad soro I had and it Is all O K for sore eyes writes D tyL Gregory of IlOilO Texas ado at O L Pennys Stanford and Lyno Bros VCrab Orchard drug stores A Kentucky Governor was seen in the act of doing manual labor yester day but as lie was breaking ground for the new Capitol other officeholders will violated union rulesLouisvilloMmes Tho PromoterI find it very hard to float that stock The Broker Thats strange Its been watered enough to float Henry Conrad of Petersburg Ind Is 72 years old and his wife has just presented him with twin boys r IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Chris Adams dropped dead on his front porch at Pittsburg Dan Miller for killing Zack Ward In Laurel got a life sentence Thomas Snow of PitUburg was declared Insane and sent to an asylum Mrs Francis Holtzclaw of Liberty died of a complication of diseases after an illness of many years Thomas Rankin aged 74 head of the prominent and numerous Rankin family of Wayne county died at Rankin last weekAt Otter Creek In Clay county A Edwards shot and killed Thomas Fred crick and was in turn killed by James Jackson a son in law of Frederick At a meeting of the board of trustees of the Harnxfcburg graded school Prof C W Bell was unanimously reelected principal for the ensuing year for the 17th consecutive year Deputy Sheriff J W RubarU and Deputy Jailer R A Wnyman arrested Theo Foley at Dunnvlllc on n charge of selling whisky without license He NJohnBowltn deputy sheriff near Jellico while resisting arrest Mallicoat had run one posse off and attempted to shoot Bowlin He is now in jail and will recover In a wreck on the bolt line near Mill dlesboro 33 curs were ditched Those Injured sire SII Wilson fireman internally will die Bob Brent leg broken tan Wilson arm broken an unknown miner was slightly hurt The court of apj cals has overruled the petition for rehearing in tho case of John Mctculf against the Common wealth on appeal from Garrard county Metcalf was convicted of murdering his brother Ben Metcalf and sentenc ed to the penitentiary for life Sandford Dyer one of tho three men who were mashed by slate falling from the roof of the coal mine of the Pit man Coal Company at PitUburg is dead Robert Brown and Peter Baxter tho other men who wore injured are doing well and it is thought they will recoverThe Chapter Daughters of the Confederacy assisted by the Confederate Veterans wlirdecorate the Confed ato graves in Bellevue cemetery Satur day tho anniversary of the birth of Jefferson Davis The address will be delivered by Colonel John R Allen of Lexington Advocate Tho saloon element at Corbin has won a victory over the expressed will of the people at the polls through the canvassing board Of this tho Corbin Laborer says The election held here on April 14th to ascertain whether or not liquor selling shall be licensed in Corbin proves to have been so much time nnd money spent in vain The returning board has decided that the election was illegal It may be how ever only a partial victory as the antisaloontsta have an appeal to the Circuit Court and the Court of Appeals In the meantime liquor will be sold and license granted as if no election had been held A cablegram from St Petersburg says tho spirit of revolt is rife among the Russian troops in Manchuria and that Gen Linevitch has wired the Czar that a continuation of the war under the circumstances is impossible Little hope for the Russians can be found in the latest dispatches regarding the naval battle Only four of the vessels of Rojcstvcnskya fleet are known to have reached Vladivostok tho cruiser Almaz and the torpedoboat destroyers Groz ny Bravi and Terosiahty The full ex tent of the Russian casualties is not yet known The Japanese losses ns report ed from Toklo are only three torpedo boats sunk three officers killedand about 200 men killed or disabled It is definitely known that Vice Admiral Rojestvensky Is captured Dying of Famine- Is In Its torments like tyingof con sumption 1ho progress of consump tion from tho beginning to tho very end Is a long torture both to victim and friends When I had consump then In Its first stage writes Win Myers of Ccarfoss Mil after trying different medicines anda good doctor In vain I at last took Dr lungs New Discovery which quickly and perfectly eared mo Prompt re lief and sure cure for coughs colds sore throat bronchitis etc Positive ly prevents pneumonia Guaranteed at G L Pennys Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard drug stores Price GOo and a bottle Trial bottle freePlugsySay Mugs when you come ter think of it dis way of livin aint bad after all is it MugsyYer bet yer life it aint jest think of havin to hustle a lot of furni turo and kids aroun dis time cr year Fully 3000 areexpected to be present at the Kentucky University re union old students 4 to 8 says the Lexington Leader NEWS NOTES The business portion of Warroad Minn was destroyed by fire Four persons were drowned as the result of a cloudburst In Oregon Ground was broken for the new capi tol at Frankfort Gov Beckham took out the first spade of earth New Orleans Confederates are com ing to Louisville on a special train to capture tho next reunion for that city Gov W 0 Bradley delivered an ad dress at tho Memorial day exercises at tho National cemetery near Nashville Harvey Alexander It young grocery clerk of Lexington was found dead on his wifes grave in the cemetery thereDespondent over financial reverses B F Wilson ft wellknown attorney of Selma Ala committedsuicide In his office Japanese contracts for supplies in volving millions of dollars have been placed in New York for immediate ful fillment Positive announcement is made that there will be no sympathetic strike in New York to help out the stripers in ChicagoA received at Washington from Toklo says the Japanese loss in tho great naval battle was only three torpedo boats On the public gpuare at Marshal Mo Charles G Patterson a former editor shot and fatally wounded E D Martin exState Senator At Chattanooga Frank Neighbors a young white man tiring of his sisters alleged misconduct shot and killed both of them and his brotherinlaw Mrs Juliua Paulson of Dewitt la threw herself and her three children off a bridge into a creek Two children and the mother were drowned John Holland inv ntor of the torpedo boat says tho Japanese had two new torpedo boats which could have done all the damage far reported to tho Russian fleet- S T Holmos former postmaster of Frankfort was found dead in bed in Eminence under circumstances indicat ing suicide New York and Chicago capitalists are to build in Chicago a hippodrome patterned after the New York and Lon don hippodromes to cost 1400000 During a quarrel over whisky Daniel Truax an inmate of tho Old soldiers Home near Dodge City Kas shot and killed Herman Lutz and John Lee fel low inmates close Feltner was arrested at Winchester on a warrant from Hazard charging him with complicity in the robbery of N II Hamilton in Leslie county in 1000 From 20 to 25 workmen were entomb ed by a caveIn in the Gunnison tunnel at Montrose Col The men are thought to be alive unless they were crushed to death by the falling earth The 31st annual convention of the American Bankers Association will be held at Washington D C October 25 26 and 27 1005 The convention the trust campany and savings bank sections will be held October 24 Colonel John D Rockefeller Hi there Johnl Please send a tow hundred thousand to pay your fines for peddling Standard Oil in Kentucky without cense N BTainted money will be accepted Maysvillc Ledger Charles Cummins an oilman of Chi cago died at Williamsburg from the effects of carbolic acid taken with sui cidal intent He had been arrested af ter having married Miss Summers of Whitley His other wife arrived after his death Gov Beckham commuted to life im prisonment the death sentence imposed on George B Warner of Louisville for tho murder of Pulaski Leeds and ordered that the prisoner be taken to tho Lakeland Asylum The life sentence being respited during the period of Warners insanity A netting hen is a regular louse mat chine in hot weather if not properly cared for at the beginning You should first take a dry clean box and saturate every inch of the inside with crude kerosene oil bottom and sides then put in your chaff or straw and lastly the eggs then blow or sprinklo insect lewder into the hens feathers and on her nest at night- making sure your box is large enough and the hen if not lousy when you set her will not breed lousy chickens Huge Task It was a hugo task to undertake tho cure of such a bad case of kidney di souse as that of C F Collier of Cherokee In but Electric Bitters did it Ho writes My kidneys were so forgone I could not sit on a chair without a cushion and suffered from dreadful backache headache and de pression In Electric Bitters however I found a cure and by them was restored to perfect health I recom mend this groat tonic medicine to all with weak kidneys liver or stomach Guaranteed by G L Penny Stanford and Lyne Bros Crab Orchard druggists PrlooSOo h HUSTONVILLE D C Allen shipped a double deck of lambs to Cincinnati for which ho paid tileD S Carpenter bought of Miss Alice Wright a twoyearold Dignity Dare colt for 130 A snbstantlal move is on foot to sprinkle our streets with oil this sum mer It is badly needed and should be done at once The shipment of Lincoln county lambs to the Eastern markets last year by Cowan McCormack has resulted in an increased and early demand for more Hustonville and Lancaster base ball teams will cross bats at Hustonville Saturday afternoon The K S D team which was to play with our boys wrote that it could not come Prof J W Davis and family are vis- Iting friends and relatives in the West End Tho professor has been practic ing law in Covington for the past year but will spend the summer in this local ityTho trustees of Richland school dis trict have finally decided to build a new school house at the Elm Spring near Bud Dunns which Is the center of the district and should be satisfactory to allThe formal opening of Olympian Springs for the season on June 8th will be attended with a band of good music and a feast of good things to eat in cluding ice cream and strawberries and the Springs water free to all A largecrowd attended the sale Sat urday of W B Wright and good prices were realized D C Allen shipped his weekly car of live stock to Cincinnati Saturday and is buying hogs and sheep at good prices for this weeks ship mentRev Dorgan of Danville had n large audience at the Baptist church on Sunday afternoon and his sermon made a deep impression The Central Kentucky Quartette rendered two selections in a manner that showed the handiwork of musical artists Another convincing evidence of the increasing business in our city is shown by the act of the postmaster general who has ordered a Sunday morning mail to be bronght from Moreland to our city These accommodations arc only extended to points where business is increasing and prosperity prevails Stroude Gooch in driving fast on the main street of McKinney ran into the carriage of Squire Wm Coffey which was occupied by Mrs Coffey Mrs Sam Montgomery and Mrs J Owens and baby A wheel and a shaft were jerked oft and the occupants thrown out and some were injured Mrs Owens thought her child killed and fainted and did not regain consciousness for several hours but under the care of Drs Cook and Singleton tis hoped she will soon recov er The commencement exercises of Hus tonville Graded School which were held in Alcorns Opera House Monday eve ning were tho most interesting and de lightful of the season The pupils per formed their parts with the grace and dignity of those accustomed to such work rcfiectinggreatcreditupon them selves as well as their painstaking in structors Each number was strongly applauded by an appreciative audience which was not sparing In manifestations of deserved praise The opera house was beautifully decorated in the class colors and from front to back was pack ed with friends and patrons of the school All went away feeling that it was good to have been there The diplomas to the graduating class were delivered by the president of the board of education Mr Chas Wheeler who made an ap propriate address Many were the compliments on the classical thesis read by Miss Susan Frye and all agreed that it was most eloquently oed gracefully delivered At a late hour the exercises closed amid cheers from tho largo number of friends who had assembled for the occasion which will bo long remembered Dickson =I see they have n new cure for rheumatism They roast the pat tientNicksonThen my wife must have thought I had a very bad attack of it last night The laxative effect Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Is so agree able and so natural that you do not reallzo it Is the effect of a medicine For sale by Lyne Bros Crab Orch ard Ky It developed at the trial of Felix Feltner in Winchester that thenote for 1500 to the Winchester Bank was signed by Judge James Hargis Alex Hargis B F French and Ed Callahan The latest pennyintheslot machines in London represent a sort of savings bank For each penny pushed in arc ceipt is returned represent a five shilling deposit in a Admiral Rojestvensky a Japanese says was taken to tie hospital at Sasebo HEAD AND SHOULDERSBOVE all other 350 and 400 shoes can only mean one youthatALL 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 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 FurnishingsaAll 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 W H HIGGINS STANFORD KY I ITHEIFor Sale by DR W N CRAIG Druggist Stanford Ky Paint I Paint I Paint 1 For Metal Roofing Observation is the best teacher I kuow that the tinner has the best chance to notice the condition anti find out what is the best Paint for Tin See me if you have any roof to paint or let me sell you tho paint Roofing Guttering Filters Pumps and Plumbing 5 H ALDRIDCE 13110 Depot St Stanford Ky 1PhO a F r The Interior Journal E C WALTON GIVE Powers his liberty and we send him to Congress and show to th- world that he Is the brightest star i the State of Kentucky today say the Mountain Advocate From jail t Congress is a pretty big jump bu theres no telling what the rads would do for Caleb if he should by hook or crookescape the gallows His liberty- is a remote question however and Congressman Edwards need lose no sleep fearing that he will have Powers to run against next term The chances are that justice will have been met out tohlm ere that time rolls around PUBLIC opinion aroused by an hones press can accomplish wonders The failure of the gas works grabber in Philadelphia and his complete overthrow is due in large measure to the Record which fought the scheme from the start and quickened the public conscience to a realization of thegigantic steal sought to be accomplished and the rest was easy of accomplishment The rogues were beaten foot horse and dragoon IN an opinion delivered by Judge ORear the Court of Appeals has decided that the Bible of whatever edi tion is not a sectarian book and that its reading In schools without note or comment is not sectarian instruction and does not violate section 189 of the Constitution of the State IT is the position of Governor Beck t ham that the military authority should be invoked only in the ex tremity that the civil authorities can not cope with the trouble The wis dom of his position has been demon strated in several instances recently WE deeply sympathize with our good friend Mr Louis Landram of the Central Record whose illness of a month or more continues If the good wishes of his legion of friends anything he would soon be hale an- i hearty again 1 THE Richmond Climax pictorial edition Is a thing of beauty and it will prove a joy to the many subscribers o that good paper LANCASTER Miss Carrie Curry and Mr J C Hemphill Jr are the guests of Mrs Fisher Gaines in Danville The street sprinkler is proving a suc cess The sprinkler which holds 600 gallons of water is filled from the big hydrant on the public square and about 10000 gallons of water is used daily i sprinkling A meeting of the Garrard county republican committee has been called for Saturday afternoon to consider the ad visability of nominating candidates for county offices It is likely that the names of several candidates will be presentedIA fair association has been organized in Lancaster W B Burton was elect ed president H T Logan vice presi dent and Robert L Davidson secreta ry The fair will possibly be three days but the exact dates and other particulars are to be decided upon The annual decoration services of the Knights of Pythias will be held in the Christian church Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Eld F M Tinder will preach at the church and services will be con cluded at the Lancaster cemetery when flowers will be placed upon the graves of departed brothers Miss Dove Harris of Lexington is visiting her sister Mrs Sim Anderson Mrs W 0 Dunlap and little daughter Eugenia are in Cincinnati for several days Mrs J E Storms who has IICovington ViSitjingding of Miss Edna Ramsy a former music pupil Miss Elizabeth C Hoover of Nicholasville is the guest of Miss Margaret V Mount Here and- Cornelius There Presley was fatally injured in a coal mine near London Wm Allen of London was found dead in a room at Lexington Two men were instantly killed and a third fatally hurt at a bamralsing near Albion Mich Russian Admiral Voelkersam was killed instead of being captured as at first reported- It is reported from Nagasaki that little hope is entertained for the recov ery of Admiral Rojestvensky In a hos pital at Sasebo Judge James Hargis Alex Hargis and B Fult French were arrested in Winchester and Sheriff Ed Callahan in Jackson on warrants sworn out by Mrs Abrelia Marcum charging them with the murder of her husband James B Marcum The Hargiscs and French were placed in the Winchester jail and Callahan will be locked up with them on his arrival in Winchester It Is n said that Mrs Marcum has received assurances that the Breathitt county insit husband 1c Additional Local MR C R COLEMAN manager of the New Diamond and Manchester Coal Cos at East Bernstadt has our thanks for a beautiful advertisement of his business atvaknarc putting up a thaotowntARM David Eubanks of the West End fell the other day am II broke one of her arms As she Is of an advanced age the chances are that the injury will give her a great deal of trouble S tyFon RENT Home on Logan Avenue vacated by S R Cook Good garden partly planted outhouses cistern and hydrant number of fruit trees and n most desirable home in every way For further particulars see Dr J F Pey ton MR JOHN F CAst the Turners ville section has dccidedto quit farm ing and will rent out his splendid acre farm next year Ho will make to t the interest of some reliable young man who wants a good farm at a reasonable money rent TilE president and secretary of th Crab Orchard Fair and Racing Association Messrs R H Bronaugh and W D Wallin were here yesterday solicit ing special premiums for their exhibi tion which comes off July 19 20 21 They did reasonably well PASSENGERS for Lexington and point beyond can catch No2 the fast train on the Q S C at Junction City about 4 oclock in the afternoon Leaving Stanford on No 22 at 217 r M give about 1J hours wait at Junction City but the connection Is a certainty IN ordering his I J changed from Knoxville to Maryville Tenn Mr Bowman Smith wellknown in this county says I have been transferred to the agency here Have a nice town Goodries etc Best wishes OLYMPIAN SPRINGS OPENING Olym Salem have ofn June 8 9 10 and 11 Meals furnished at most reasonable rates with straw berries served in any way you wish them Water free Come and have a good time The Liberty band will be with us F M Sims prop I WILL next county court day June 12th in front of the court house my house and lot formerly owned My Stannford Ky between the hours of 10 an 11 oclock Will first sell the 50ft va cant lot next to Mr W P Tate and then 52 feet with house on it reserving 10 feet for a mutual passway and then will sell as a whole taking the best bid The whole lot is 112 feet wide and 350 feet deep J W Hayden Paris Ky POLITICAL Secretary Morton announces that he will retire from the Cabinet on July Charles J Bonaparte of Baltimore Md will succeed Paul Morton as Sec retary of the Navy- VicePresident Fairbanks in speaking to an audience in Montana said that should military necessities require it the Government has a quick route to the Far East via the Northern railway lines fast steamers from Seattle Candidates for the Republican nomination for any office will not be al lowed to serve as committeemen on any precinct county city or State committee under a new rule which was adopted by the Republican State Central Committee The Republicans of Adair county have nominated the following ticket For Judge Junius Hancock Attorney GP Smith Clerk T R Stults Sheriff W B Patteson Jailer A W Tarter Superintendent of Schools Mrs Georgia R Shelton Assessor G W Pike MATRIMONIAL Mr J E Buck and Miss Hallie Ne vius were married at the brides home on Lancaster Street at 8 oclock Wednes day evening Dr William Shelton per forming the ceremony Only a few close friends of the participants witnessed the marriage The bride is a daughter of Mrs Mattie Nevius and is an exceptionally pretty and popular young woman Mr Buck is manager for II B Northcott and has been a rca ident of Stanford for a number of years By his modest mien and gentlemanly deportment he has made friends of all with whom he has come in contact andI these friends today congratulate himI on the jewel ho has won for a help meet That the union of these splendid young people will prove a happy one we have every reason to believe and heres hoping that through the journey of life no cares nor troubles willI cross their pathway Mr and Mrs Buck have gone to housekeeping in the Sims cottage on Danville Avenue which they had already elegantly furs nshed and where their friends and they are many will always meet a hearty welcome CHURCH MATTERS Rev 0 M Huey will preach at the Lynn school house on Ottenheim pike at 330 Sunday afternoon Mr Huey will fill his regular appointment at the Baptist church at 7J5 Sunday evening Christiaraobserved at 1030 immediately after Thetmissed that the congregation may at tend the Presbyterian church to hear the Baccalaureate sermon to the grad uating class of the Stanford Male and Female Seminary At 730 r M instead of the regular service there will be an interesting exercise given by the children of the Sunday school All are cordially invited to be present and hear the children as It is Childrens Day and this will be their own service In Denmark it is the law that all drunken persons shall be taken to their homes in carriages provided at the expense of the publican who sold them the last glass passengerran wagon at Junction 0 In the wreckage and fire two trainmen were burned to deathIt said that the captured Russian beeparoled as were those at Port Arthur Mrs Sarah E Hardin a wellknown woman of London died suddenly while sitting up reading her Bible J D Holdcrman has severed his con nection with the Somerset light plant A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over MclloberU Drug Store iu the Oweley Building Je S Murphy Son Hcdgcvillc Kentucky Invite soft to Inspect their stock of good nnil get their prlctn Thy wont n bore of your pntronuKtt rand Itt It If pood Lootli nt low prices It what you wont Otvr them n cull IE D Peyton DEALEK IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford Public Sale O- NWednesday June 2 J At loo clock AI nt the rrshlvnrc 677 ACRES MORAN FARM On Silver Creek Madison County Kentucky This farm la wellIrnecvl with Mono nnil Blue Inns amply wuttTMl with pundit ami running In IIrno JunctlonMill GrovoTurnplkm running lack to HII ver Ciwb about wwii miles from inch mond Ky It It orciinlwl liv two 8storjr brick real deiicun six IIIIllt lioiiM nmd n wiitrr mill to which steam tuna attached IIKO three liiriiii iNiriiii equipped for took or tolmcco It It divided haslnldu fences Into Holds rOil tnt for cultivation and stock nod turn lots one lirlck residence on thus Jjineimter pike tit Mill drove Tho otluToiMt countyheautltoIlyeitmdrdnnacouunnnding nence containing II room and nil llvlnt conveniences two cistern and nit iipcrmuiry tftiwithtimber nil over the ponce Tho farm Ii onehalf mile from till village of Hllver fork on the JAi Itnllrom and iilwut two miles from Klrksvllle nt lioth ldceS which them nro Nchool nnd Imlonicc and nt KlrkNVlllu three churches There Un mill off tho farm This hone of the Ixjst farm In tho Illuelra countryand It placed In tho center of but of tho Ixnt neighborhoods from lath n 01111111111 com mercial standKilnt Thin farm will 1st offer ed nt pul llcnuctlon without rewrvo to the highest bidder In tho following lots LOT NO I II turret more or less containing hOllo- onllIIIIIIItdlulllllllf hunt nerou Hllvrr tackon n county road run ning from the Mill drove and Klrkivlllu pike to the Illuhinond and I ancaster pike near thu vlllagn of Hllvrrnck- LOT NO2Isuncres more or tension lath sides of the Mill drove and Klrksvlllo turnplkn and on tho North tank of Hllver containing the large brick renldencetwo tenant IIOUHC lnirnsc rchnrdlc All In nrllulsctabout 23 acres in cultivation LOT NO32 acre more or less at tho unction of Mill drove and Klchmond anil Lancaster contnlningtwostoryAc and two tenant houses All In grits ex cept about 73acren LOT NO4 allllOroveeIn good meadow The above descrllied lots will Iw olTered lit rll te Then lots No a and No will bo ruedNoIwill willlaJnnrnryIveyance inado at tlmt tlmo upon compllunco with tho term of the sale moneycashiiioiilil on6 and two years from Jan tho inirelmscrto oxecuto hu proinlKsory twoyrarshearinglien to ba retnlhtd In the deeds to secure theunpaid purchase money asterthintloll addresswe Shackelford s IllehmoniTrKy Y rataI I COMFORTABLE F ttlllt+lltl+ +++ + tIt++ 4 Why not be comfortable when you can and Youlcan be if you will let us dress you out in one of our TwoPiece Outing Suits in Light Colors SteelIGreys or Serge Bluesin Single or Double Breasts at It 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 satis rldresseds tt III 1ft lIlllllllllft r H J MROBERTS STANFORDI I j FOR SALE I McKINNEY ROLLER MILLS Mill has Roar capacity of fifty barre and meal HO bushels per day Mill U well equipped with modern machine ery ID good repair Its7ol bushels of wheat also large corn bins and cribs Wagon scales operated from office coal bins and Ice house All under roof Never falling water In mill lot Mill It within 100 feet of Cincinnati Southern H It track and hat private tiding The loca thou It good for the following reasons Me Klnney It nearest market to many of the largest wheat and corn growers In Lincoln large territory furnishing custom grinding The feed and coal business in connection with mill well No trouble RIjdencecistern on back porch Milk house at back door cemented comparatlrelT new Large barn baggy house la lot I otter the above property for tale privately Poselon given at once Fur further particulars call on or address Dr FAw Al corn Huitnnvllle Ky or W II McKinney KyMISS MCKINNEY Admt McKloney Ky PROSPECT 2087 D acatrrlouFo edApril aS 1900 16 hands high solid bay with while feet be hind a model in form with superior style a show hone second to none either in harness or under saddle PEDIGREE Si ed by Dignity Dare i 8i he by Chester Dare he by Black Squirrel he by Dlack Eagle he by King Dignity Dares ist dam Liuie Mont by Welchmont he by William Welch he by Hydicks Hambletonian Prospects lit dam Dora Deane 2740 by On Time ne by Stonewall Jackson Sr and dam by Joe Abdallah he by Abdallah Glencoe 3rd dam by Funks Sumpter Denmark oflh dam by Black Hawk Morgan jth dam by Ol iver he by Wagner dam by Imp Messenger Will serve a limited number of mares the present season at 815 to in sure a live colt Money due when colt is foaled or mare or parted with Mares grazed at f2 per month all bills paid before removal of mates not responsible for accidents or escapes Three miles from Shelby City on the llustonvllle Danville pike CAKPENTER k SANDIDGE KING EAGLE King Eagle Is 18 bmidi high dark bay goes nil the gaits with of speed stIle and Action tired by IWIIllIng lit dam Eagle Illrai 2nd dam by lied bllIIlerthoroughbred NorsRo al King was sired by tho great On Time and Ii a brother to the great Sliver King and Mlle 0 the great ibow inane that told for 1000 King Kagle 3d dam U the dads of Minnie Dord the great show mare that Matt Cohen won everywhere with In U05 stud a Id for 1200 King Eagle U proving himself a great breeder of fine colored high styled colt his colts all having plenty of sltet hl oldest colts being three years old this Spring There was ono of hit two out lad season that proved to be a flllyKing mare the present season of 1005 At my JK milt west Of Stan ford on the Shelby City pike at the low price of SIO to insure n 1Ilng colt Will alsoNtand thegruat mule rind jennet Jack Billy Keene at f10 for mares and S20 tor jennets to Insure living colt Hilly Keene was sired by tho great Tom Kctfnei 1st dam by tbo Imlorted Palermo 2d dam br Levi imbbleii the sire of Joe Blackburn and nrlgnolla Dilly Ileene stands full 18 hands high black white points and as a breeder he ls unsurpassed as mule or net jack Ullly has had several twoyearold jacks to lately at fiOO and 600 Will ulso stand the great young Jack JIm Keenel ho is the great Dilly Keene lit dam by the imported John Wells 2d dam by neecher JIm Keene Is proving himself u great breeder there being twoof his mule- coltshown last year Olin wearlog the blue and the other the In the same ring Jim Keene will serve mares at 110 to Insure a livIng colt Marea traded parted with or bred else where forfeits the Insurance and money becomes due at the time of such transaction For further call on or address T UARRlIROBT WOODS Phone 73Blng 3 Stanford my Teaches IfExperience t t said keeps a dear school tultlog comes t h but the lessons learned Ihefare never for rtJtn The wise however are the experience of others When tells you that IbcfI lrfeel or chalk olrthsls voice ol tipeiltnct the lotion taught is buy Martha Mlitd Paintsave money t Manufactured by PEASLECGAULUERT CO INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 4 1 FOR SALE BY PENNYS DRUG 11Ky SPECIAL SALE FOR County Court Day Week tu Beginning on Monday next we will begin n rnlo that will itnrtlo tho na tives in prices and values Wo have too ninny goods and trust unload them givethemn liens Black Wonted and Cheviot Out Coats Mens c Sunday and Vorking Pnuts nt 4Sc Childrens Catinioro Suits at 7Cc upChildrens Pants Iflc up fens and Boys Tints ICc up Boys Caps 9c up Mens nnd Boys Shoes 98c up Ladies and Misses Shoes nt 76c up liens Sunday Shirts with or with out collars 2lc- Suspenders for cloys and Men nt Co up Experience 1painterman STORE Heavy Brown Cotton IJc uj f Calicoes IJo up I Ladies anti Mifics Skirts 98c uprNice Childrens Stockings Cc up Mens Socks Be up Ladies nnd Miwcs Corsets 19c up Baby Shoes different colors lOc up iJotGarden Seed all kind two packages for Cc Black and White Thread 200 ynrds two spools for Cc Indies Belts 9c up Pencils Cc dozen ILeal1 1 S Goldstein Prop STANFORD KENTUCKY r4==== i W E Perkins Store 1 a tnothingmars and Cuffs They lead in quality and style W E Perkins J r r ya Crab Orchard y- f i7 49 Cents For desirable silk in lengths from ono yard to 15 yards what is left after two months selling These arc in checks stripes nud figured and aro tho iei sons brat tellers that brought G5 and 7Cc If you need n waist or suit length take it out of thcfo at only 40c Waists Look nt our lino of UcadytoWcar Wnsli and Silk Waicts I r SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I T BTASKOUD KY ksl 2 1905 JUSTICE to yourself and to sician materials and most careful service In preparing his prescriptions That is are filled at PennysDrug tJ Store J PERSONALS Miss EMMA WARREN Is clerk ing Ir John P Jones MK M F ELKIN of Lexington win hero Wednesday Mn WILL MARTIN of Lexington Is 1withEd Ballard DR CLUTON FOWLER Is visiting Mad lon county friends J T MENEKEB of New Orleans is here to attend the hop L PllltPiNKERTON of Lexington here with his many friends MISS MELIJE HOPPER of Huston ville Is with the Misses Cooper BORN to the wife of Dr A K Cald- welli of Waynesburg adaughtcr CArTS A J DOTAY and T A Elklr of Lancaster were hero yesterday MRS JRNNIE WOLF and son Joseph of Danville are guests at Mr W T Tuckers Miss EMMA MRICR went up to Corblr 1 Wednesday to visit her slater Mrs Cy rus Cover Mua JOHN BIUCKKTT fell and broke an arm the other day and has intTercil Intensely since MR E H llEAZLRY wife and daugh ter visited the family of Mr J II Tur ner in Jessamine MRS WILLIAM MCCORMACK who suffered a stroke of paralysis a fey days ago continues ill DR R L DAVISON attended the meeting of tho republican committee at Nicholasville Yesterday MR U S TiiAYljORand wife and Mr D Itt Anderson and wife spent Sunday with relatives at Winchester t Miss MINERVA EMIIRY of Lexington f willarrive today to visit Misses Nannie t Woods and Sue Taylor Engle man Mil W D HOCKER of Hustonvlllc took the train here Wednesday Cor Crab t Orchard Mrs lIocker brought him down t Miss MARY PBNINOTON returned yes terday from Nashville where she grad t uated with honors from Wards Sem inary MKSDAMHS R M Itiumuoii and lot t Pettuft of Crab Orchard went Campbeltavlllo yesterday to visit 1relativesMiss RECA BAKER who has just graduated from CampbclIHugcrman College Lexington Is the guest of Mist Chloe Baughman Wfihad n pleasant call yesterday 1from Misses Mary Lee and Elizabeth Givens the bright nnd pretty daughters i of Mr and Mrs B W Givens MRS A W CARPENTER went up to Manchester Tuesday on a visit She was accompanied by Mr Geo L Car b penter and Miss Elizabeth Salter MRS J II DURHAM nnd children of BryanUville have been spending sev eral days with their grandmother Mrs t S A Norris who has been quite sick JAMKS R NKWLANUS parents Mr and Mrs Thomas D Newland gave t him a handsome gold watch on the day ho graduated from tho Stanford High School r GUY HUNDLEY has returned homo to vacation after attending tho WaynesboroFishburnc Military Acade- myI Advocate In Virginia past year Miss LUCILLE COOPER returned yesterday morning from Morgunton N C where she has taught for the year She is delighted with tho pe01110I of the Tar Heel State MR J C VOLZ excursion agent of the Q C was hero yesterday ndver S tising the 125 excursion to Cincinnati which train leaves Junction City at 0 oclock Sunday rooming next Mil FRED BAUMAN will leave Monday for Kanton Berne Switzerland to visit rf his brothers and sisters This is Mr Baumans first visit to his old home F since ho left it some 20 years ago and wo wish him n pleasant and safe voyage 1across tho briny deep MR SIIELTON SAUFLEY the bril liant Managing Editor of tho Ken tucky State Frankfort spent Sunday in tho Queen City of the Mountains with his brother R C Saudoy A handsome pair of young fellows are these Mr Cecil Williams I has put tho Journal and its readers under obligations for valuable services in local writing and newgathering dur ing the absence of the editorSomer- set Journal MR A A HiGGiNsls at home for his vacation Mn D S RIFKB and wife pf McKinney were here yesterday Miss OLIVIA BALDWIN of Richmond is with her sister Mrs W H Shanks EDITOR SAN W MENEKEC of the Danville Advocate was here yester day MR AND MRS JOIN TURLEY of Richmond are with Mr JamesT Men eke JOHN CHADWICK one of Crab Orch ants best young men is clerking for H J McRobcrts Miss MARY BRUCE has succeeded Miss Maggie Hopper as bookkeeper at Mr W H Higgins MRS THOMAS A RICK will entertain on the afternoon of June 13th in honor of Mrs Henry Kirby Bourne of New Castle nnd Mss Anna Cooke LOCALS FOR substantial wedding presents call on TribbleA Pence BEST selection of Cut Gloss and Sol Id Silver flatware at W H Muellers THE postofllcc of Ewcll near J H Carters store will be discontinue June CARDS25 nicely printed visitin cards for 25c for35c or 100 for 60c This ofllce Tins is the lost day for filing suits lor the Juno term of circuit court whirl begins Monday week SKK the Gasoline Engine E T Pence Co are selling Just the thing to cut feed pump water etc PIKARE call at my coand pay your bill If I should not be there pay Dr Pcnnington R A Jones D D S WK have just received a shipment ol new mattings also a fine assortment of rugs druggets etc Tribble Pence THOSE indebted to John Bright Jr Co arc requested to settle their ac counts with me at once J B Paxton Tim members the Stanford Dance Club will please meet at the Opera House at 745 this evening to fill out floor cards 235 FOR tho round trip from Stan ford via tho L N on account of tho United Confederate Veterans reunion at Ixjuisville June 1410 05 LANCASTER is to have an old fashion ed fair July 14 and 16W B Burton has been chosen president H T Logan vice president and R L Davidson secretary Tim banks wore elTuesday on account of Decoration Day tho post office observed Sunday hours but the rest of us went through with the usual duties of the day ANY one desiring good bank stocks as an investment will find an excellent opportunity of gratifying that desire by rending tho advertisement of Judge J S Robinsons executors in this is sue Mn J B WILLIS mine host of Crab Orchard Springs has just Issued n hand some folder setting forth the many ad vantages of his delightful summer resort Well printed half tones of the buildings springs and pretty places around the springs also appear The lOId1erset attended the birthday anniversary of Thomas nnd Harris Coleman at tho pretty home of Mr and Mrs C R Coleman Tho former was 12 and the latter 10 years old Each of the little guests carried presents and the home was almost full of gifts by the time the last of them arrived Delightful re freshments were served nnd all had a good time TUB reception given by Mrs W II Shanks in honor of Miss Catherine Baughman at her handsomo country homo yesterday afternoon was an ex ceedingly swell as well us enjoyable af fair Fully 100 guests responded tothe invitations sent out and they enjoyed to tho fullest extent the hospitality of the charming hostess Mrs Shanks Miss Baughman and Miss Anna Cooke were in tho receiving lino and they withoth ers entertained most acceptably Elegant refreshments were served an hour or more was spent in conversation goodbyes were reluctantly said and all went home feeling that it was good to have been there d J 1f Silk AttireII Mortj emphatically than ever in Silk the Queen of Fabrics this season We believed thus would he the case and have bought largely and sold largely v of Silks The kind we have are not the kind that fade and cut after n few days wear but Silks that will give satisfaction that wilt last long after the garment they compose has become out of style LOST childs overcoat near McCor macks church Return to M S Baugh manNIcE home on Logan Avcnuo for sale Also a lot of furniture etc Mrs J S Hundley sweet plants for sale Brazilian 20c Southern Queen and Burmuda 15c per hundred W S Wigham Moreland IN Boyle county udLee colored shot and killed his father Jim Allen Lee who while drunk was abusing his wife the boys mother THE Senior Class of Stanford Mali and Female Seminary will entertain at the handsome home of Mr J N Men efce on the evening of June 9 ITilE commencement exercises of the SeminaryIoccur on the morning of Thursday the 8th in stead of Wednesday as our types mad us sayExJetARLE The slchurchnesburg vicinity Tuesday was larglj attended anti greatly enjoyed The- members of the Baptist church the Masons Maccabees members of the Benevolent Society and Modern Woodmen all went in to make the day a memorable one and right well did they succeed A crowd estimated at from 1000 to 1600 was present and we have never had the pleasure of seeing a more orderly or better disposed one At about 12 oclock dinner was announced and a royal one it was The question where did so much come from was asked many and many a time and the beauty of It was it wns as free as the air Just before dinner the graves were dec orated but prior to this Rev R B Mn hony who had been delegated to do so delivered a mpst appropriate address of welcome to which Rev W R David son responded Rev 0 M Huey delivered the memorial address which was well timed and full of good things In the afternoon the following program was gone through with The Churchs Obligations and Duties to its Members Rev R R Noel The Origin and Benefits of Fraternal Orders dL F Elkin Muaic Are Fraternal Orders Detri mental to Christtanty are They Injurious to the Church 1 J L Owens Our Duty to Those Who Carry Protection for Us Mrs Hundley Do Fra ternal Orders Have n Tendency to Make Us Bettor Men t Dr W B 01 Bannon What Fraternal Orders art Doing for our Community W R Da vidson All of the speakers acquitted themselves so creditably that it would be invidious to particularize Mr MjG Reynolds was chairman and he a most dignified and efficient one Dur- Ing the day a number of songs appropo of the occasion were sung with Mr Stephen Harrison Gooch as chorister In Double Springs cemetery are soldiers of five wars and Rev R R Noel had the sad privilege of placing flow ers on the graves of each of them Lit tleton Salycrs who fought in the Rev olutionary war is buried there as is George W Williams of 1812 fame The Mexican soldier who sleeps the sleep that knows no waking is Wm Stringer Several civil war veterans lie there nnd the grave of B Reynolds of the SpanishAmerican war bears silent but substantial proof of the unpleasantness of only a few years ago It is indeed remarkable that representatives of the last five ivors should find their last rest- Ing place in this rather obscure little city of the dead Old Double Springs church built in 1S04 still stands but o longer used as a house of worship This old structure was built before nails were cheap enough touse and it was put together with wooden pegs even the shingles being fastened on with them The handsome church at New Waynesburg might be called a successor to this historic old building which has withstood the ravages of over 100 years time Many glorious meetings have been held within its walls but probably the best and greatest of them was that of the Rev Tyree some 25 years ago when 125 people gave their Hearts and lives to the Giver of nil good and perfect gifts It was at this meeting that Mr E B Caldwell professed religion He was only a few weeks later chosen superintendent of the Sunday school which position he held to the satisfaction of all until last year when the good people of his Sun lay school reluctantly accepted his resignation Cd SEVERAL secondhanded buggies fo sale cheap B D Carter Stanford MONEY to loan on blue grass farms Mrs Louisa Spefgle Waynesburg Ky WE have the best yard wide Black Taffeta on earth for John P Jones WE have Riding and Walking Cult vatore also millet seed for sale E T Pence Co perduOtherbed ding plants in proportion Stanford Green House MILLET and cane seed hay and fee of all kinds cheap for cash J II Baughman Co S YESTEKDAY the first day of Summer was clear and cool and much more lik early Spring than the beginning of the heatedseason MR W R DENHAMS fine Scotch Collie went mad and had to be killed J II Daughman had a large steer to- go mad and die TilE engraved in ions out by the graduating class of Stanford Male Female Seminary arc the handsomest we have seen for a long time AT a meeting of the trustees of the Graded School Tuesday night Misses Annie Dunn of this place and Adams of Hustonville were FrancesI teachersgood selections both WE will open a making estab lishment in the Old Xtmnclley Brick on Lancaster Street Monday June 5th and solicit a share of your patronage Mrs Henry Holderman and Miss Susie Cooley WE have just received a new shipment of cool summer Lawns Embroid ered Swisses organdies Veils Panamas Neckwear Laces Belts etc Come to us for the latest and best John P Jones MOBLEY Mrs role Mobley stepmother of Messrs J S and C Mobley of the McKinney section died in Nelson county of a complication of troubles and was buried at McKinney Wednesday She was about years old and a most excellent woman FRUITS SHADE TREES ETC Mr J II Httphenn formerly of Lincoln county will cull on the farmers and cllliem 1tIIIrli with n full lie of fintell frnlt ornamental and shauV tree Tho ulna o llrown Hron Co of HocheMcr V n re th- rrogolzellendershn this line ht this coup IW All took true to niiinu Hmll liimriiiitoed by u null capital of over IJUV uu with l2 oems under actual nnnery Glv him n trlnl He will Iw Uncolllidurlllg SALE OF STOCKS AND BONDS- The IXTHOIIH representatives of J Hob IIIKOII deceased will nt 1ki p on Hatur rev in front of the eourlholl e 171hnrIdinciiRter n shams of stock National Hunk of IjmcaMcr I shorts of stock of Merchant nnd Mechanic Hank of Columbus ln15 share s of Mock of Fourth National Hunk of Columbus in bonds Po5nnd nrr value VO cncli of Uincai ter Water Work Ma ANN W ROni iso Kxreutrlx J O ItoniNHox Kvcutor HUSH HONEY DONT CRY I nni still agent for The Victor Talking Miichlhf The Victor U MJ perfect that It U OllllIlIIlslllkl for the human voter It la irovlng ft noverfalllni source of delight IhllllMlIlIIll disappointment to none To ill lovers of good music Victor Is an nuplratlon no mutter how much entertain lent them lit homo The Victor U always olcome You can at nil limes lltteii to su0ts orchestras songs Instrumental nun Ic Ac that thousand of people Hock to ear In crowded retorts there no limit to he variety of selections This matchless will recite to you Caul Inter ist your If Micall and see Mimple machine mil On exlilbltlonat my More N W orIdepot 8t T1IOS C HA IU- Stanford Ky F Antecarlo 226 12 fade over VerMillteK truck In winning race lretl by Anteo tlill l 1 that sold for IVIOM lit pulillc sale First dam Mary Ann IIv llallxtorm ads sun of Mnmbrlno Iatchen Ins two drosses produced Tho Abbot fCI ll cluimplon trotting gelding of the world Snd dam by son of nine Jackson IndependiTiceV dent hIMnerlcau Star The American Htar ndrew Jackson mse ueYoll the ehnutplonlrottinghil Ion of the worlt You MO two fastes- trldingtwouextcrosesnremsponsdhle for- fasteM you sco t et tr bred than either of them for line the ilood of both Antccurlo Ii u Loud brown IB 3t liamU high weighing 1170 ioutiiU lino style and action Will Maml nt colt ABRAMRDbrunt Slid and an llrM dum by Velocipede Aid IorcugoIlnuhtotiiion money MareN or hone forfeits Insurance and hakes Benson lade due Hoth wlll stand at my farm on Somerset pIke four tulle front Htanford Mares grnx d r month Oaru taken to prevent cldeuts but not roe tonslbl should any occur wILIdAM g tr r JSi SaturThursday Friday day June 1 2 and 3 Are the days we will allow this cutprice none sold before these dates and none nfter ut this cut price Those who come first will of course have more to elect from WHITE HABUTAI SILK 24 inch at 19c 27 inch at 50e 30 inch at 100 YARD WIDE BLACK TAFFETA We believe you will find our goods just a little better than those usually sold at S100 and 5125I s s 1Sr Buy MONARCH SHIRTS The Best in Quality Fit and Style See the New Patterns in our Windows tltlraatar CUMMINS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky To The Buying Public I 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 THE W All f ALAltAll rc rlUAlt Ray aataxJ- TCEtMAILC troth B it This wonderful Range is now on exhibition at our store and a look J is all we ask to con vince you we have the 1 best the market af fords OEOROB H FARRIS a oI1Stanford Kentucky I W B McRoberts t DRUGGISTSTANFORD ISells IvurfccB Ready Mixed Paints EervIgallon Guaranteed There is none better New Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lead and Linseed Oil Also A Tested and Sure Bed Bug Destroyer r it1LThe Interior Journal Entered in the PottOffice at Stanford at uconddan maUer- TDItWMIMD TUKSDAYS AND IrtUU- WMflOOPER AT YEAR CASH WSVhf not so paid ftOO will be cber- gefUMBRELLAS Recorered and repaired and made almost at good M new for a amount I can fix your umbrella better than the tramp rtpalreri and for lest money Give me a FRANK ATKINS Stanford For Sale Privately My bouse and 10 acres of land ltuated jut outside ot town ltmlta on the Somerset Homo has 7 rooms kitchen and ser vantl room good cellar table and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant in the yard one for stock J P BAILEY INSURANCE Fire Lightning WindStorm Ilfn nnd Alctlent tbe HTHONOKHT IowestPos nnd lI11I81ueclOrdUII MAHONY Stanford Kentucky IteMdenee Piton No 82 ReA JONES- Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Chide in Myers House Parlor Phone No1 L J H IOONE ft CO Proprietors LIVERY flND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv r Oood Livery Service at Reasonable Rates Call on ns on Depot Street Also Dealers In COal RTERGf Successor to Bruce lit Garter Livery feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Menu Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection W H Mueller r Watchmaker and Jeweler STANFORD KENTUCKY lillvrrThe latest In Jewelry Cut OInes h Wlllchc81111 locks In Htock PEYTON i My lino Jack Ieyton six yenre old will llike the senson of 11d ut my stable llvlnrI nr nrnn r willftime I will nlsont tilt anutepincestand in IltnlhrldMoney due when colt is foaled or mnro traded or parted with Not responsible for accident or escape II H KINO rorelnnd Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy ready made clothing when there is so little difference in the price oi high grade ready made suits and a suit made to out measure taken by an ex tiperlenced tailor I have a handsome line or Spring Itood I can make from a low price buaiueaa suit to the tincst dress luit Also Spring overcoats nod trous ers The compauy I represent is ono of lie best I also bavo a line of goods I nakoupmyself for those who prefer it C RUPLEY the Tailor t J K BAUGHMANSNABOTH IIV Naboth bay three years old and a siucli liner horse thun hli streso well known In this part of the State am a breeder of speed style and durability Dam Nora Nor ml b Naval 2I44 a son of Electioneer 125 Nora NorYals first dam by Metropoll Ian son of Uambletonlnn 10 sire of George Wllkes and Electioneer 2d dam by Mambrl ao Starlight 3rd dam by Ollveri 4th dam by tYgoerIthdambp Trunbvt Cth dam ky Thqrntons tUttler splendid Individ jiil with a fedlgreaas tine ti any horses HUMMER JR 1y stallion 15 hand a good Individual with abundant spned He It by Hummer 0112 sire of Bouncer S0J Stately 2UJf Spal SslSH Quickly SiUX Mountaineer tSpeeddn2li9ISin210 Hummer ills U a son of the Electioneer and save one Is the only son of Electioneer llvlngthat Isout of a George Wllken mare and with the exception of Arlon It the only son standing that has a 2sOO performer lohlscredlt Hummer Jrs dam Zulma by tbe great Lord Russell dam Qodlra by Auditor 7- 73HAPSBURG 509Ia bylitiSs ful avery coach horse to breed on standard brea mares for getting style speed and action should lee this hor- seJESSE f ALVERSON Shetland Pony Fine Individual good breed If stylo and action All of these hone will stand at 110 to In sure a living colt NAPOLEONW- ill also stand my Jack Napoleon at 11o to Insure mares and 110 by season from April to Julr for JMHU Mare grazed atQ per montb which In all Oases must be paid before they are removed taken to prevent accidents but not JlODilble should any oocur BAUaBMAN HustonvllleKy t Icy Hnve ollr colts Castrated by T F GROSS IrenchersvllleKy the oll known Uu trntor of horses and horse doctor Balls faction Kuaptinteetl Aar1 Traijlor DIALIR W Whisk Brandu Wines Boar Gloars Etc KYOlelaePrompt and phnte attention Nothing but the be drink Ma phone cr ttltgrsph orders rscilvs vonpUtUntlon T RESTORATIVES CURES NERVOUS DEHUTir tPhialratmelltalInouIlnajfneUJmI th tree type or perfect mnbood aelthyNemdetelopmentaea tie worth Irving PErrcKS NCMVIOOII makes Strnl ry vitalrvu r ln Wrn IroNdutoBtrrejMullrITimiMaboi sit for ioo with a nar antMtareMndltDolrarMorlMnAtfdrerreit u L A FOB SALE AT PCfNYfl DBCO STORE Je L Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm erStAlso Dealers in Furniture MnttingsKugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds uf Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e1 teeaT Undertaker Embalmer anti Dealer in HaruessSaddlery c STANFORD KENTUCKY Every Retailer cannot getto so the next best thing is for him to talk about them Every argument against tie URFITis evidence in its favor Everybody knows that shoes slip at the heel swell or wrinkle at the sides and twist out of slope Putting the URFIT device ia the Manss Shoes absolutely overcomes those peculiarities gives the shoes longer life better tyle and permanent comfortadded to which represent in themselves the kigtest qualities of art stoemakisg Sold By H J McROBERTS r iitiI t KINGSVILLE The Q C begun work on their new bridge over Fishing Creek last weekJ Bailey has resigned his posI- tion as agent hero In favor of Mr Dixon of Richwood A very peculiar accident occurred here Wednesday which caused thedeath of an unknown Negro and tho serious injury to another They were in the end of a car of lumber on train No 44 and in stopping to take water the lumber shifted catching both between the lumber and end of tho car Charles Trusty has resigned as section foreman in favor of Marion Williams Miss Elizabeth M Creighton is visiting friends in Somerset C B Wells spent Sunday and Monday in Son erset Mr and Mrs Campbell spent a few days in Lexington Wm Thompson and Miss Tee Dunn visited In Woodstock Sunday Richard Newland of Stanford was here a few days last week Wm S Burch democratic nominee for county attorneyr was In town Wednesday IIc did not make his business known but ho was noticed to leave with a far away expression in his eye Manfred Chevo lotto made his regular trip to Highland Sunday Mack Williams is making n hit with the girls since he got his new guitar HUBBLE Eld F M Tinder will preach at the Christian church Sunday afternoon Since the advent of the balmy sum mer days the people of this place have given themselves over to dreaming so real news is scarce- J C McWhorter of Paint Lick and Lawson Arnold of Lancaster bought all the fat hogs in this vicinity at 460 to 475 B W Givens sold some corn to Hugh Wayne at J200 nt the crib Swope Ross sold their crop of tobac1 co delivered at Harrodsburg at George Wilder sold his crop atlOJc and Wm Wilder his at lie All of the par ties have arranged to raise large crops next year- Silas Moss is rebuilding his barn which burned last fall Robert Mc Kechnie and uncle J N Sloan of St Louis have been visiting relatives here Mrs James Robinson entertained the Ladies Aid Society at a handsome dinner Thursday Mrs J A Hammond has returned from Lexington accompanied her daughter who has just graduat HanIkinThe friends of a young lady in Joplin Mo arc having considerable fun at her expense following her recent qppearence at a dance decollete and unconsciously wearing a porous plaster on her back partly above the dress line She never created such an impression on her friends before in all her lifeI A story of equal absentmindedness is told of a young woman choir singer of a fashionable uptown church of Phila delphia who passed down the main aisle of the church after the congrega tion nearly all were seated wearing u very pretty waist and a black silk un derskirt the young woman having for gotten to put on her overskirt before leaving home Just What Everyone Should Do Mr J T Barber of Invlnvllle Oa always keeps a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand ready for instant use Attacks of colic cholera morbiis anti diarrhoea come on so suddenly that there Is no time to hunt a doctor or goo the store for medicine Mr Harbor says I have tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which is one of the best medicines I over saw I keep a bottlo of It In my ropm as I have had several attacks of cpllc and it has proved to be tho best medicine I over used Sold by Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Ky Baron Alphonse Rothschild who died in Paris last week frequently gave to young men the following rules of con ductShun liquor Dare to go forward Never be discouraged Bo polite to everydody Never tell business lies Pay your debts promptly- Be prompt in everything Bear all troubles patiently- Do not reckon upon changes Make no useless acquaintances Be bravo in the struggle of life Maintain your integrity as a sacred thing Never appear to be something more than you are Take time to consider then decide axamine into every detail of your busines- syhooping Cough Jamaica Mi J Ullcy Bennett a chemist ot Drowns Town Jamaica West India Islands writes I can not speak too highly of Chamberlains Cough Hem dy It has proved Itself to be the best remedy for whooping cough which is prevalent on this end of tho globe It has never failed to relieve In any case where I have recommended It and grateful mothers after using it are dally thanking me for advising them This remedy Is for sale by Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Kyf x t A Bad Scare Some day you will got a bad scare when you feel a pain In your bowels and foar appendicitis Safety lies in Dr Kings Ncr Life Pills a sure cure for all bowel and stomach diseases such as headache biliousness costive ness etc Guaranteed G L Pen nys Stanford and Lyric Drot Crab Orchard drug stores only 25c Try them The Pullman Car Company replying to a complaint filed against the company before the Kansas State Board of Railroad Commissioners alleging ex cessive rates declares that the Pull man Company is not a common carrier and not under the jurisdiction of the Railroad Commissioners Sprained Ankle Stiff Neck Lame Shoulders These are theecomnton ailments for which Chamberlains Pain Bahn Is especially valuable If promptly ap plied it will save you time money and suffering then troubled with any one of these ailments For sale by Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Ky Postofllco inspectors have recom mended that a fraud order bo Issued against the Peoples United States Bank of St Lou- isMcKinney Woolen Mills McKlnnoy Kentucky Miuiufiietiirm or Jeans Llimtys Flnnnel lltimkeu nnd Ynrn Mend U4 onr wool N a0uwhllttheCull or 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liiiiidllnrf given lllr1OI F 11111 Htnnford or ran illS Ky A GOOD NIGHTS REST S lk for III she cried to doggie For she knew In her little heart That German Syrup homes great trcsiur Could health aud joy Impart CThe greatest tonic on earth is a good rest nights aud the terrible exhaustion of a cough are dread dangers of the poor consumptive fBut why this fear of the night when a few of Dr Boschees Genn rt Syrup will Insure refreshing sleep entirely free from cough or sweat 1 Free expectoration in the morning Is made certain by taking German Ve know by the experience of over thirtyfive years that bottle of Oermiu Syrup will speedily relieve or cure the worst cough or lung troublesand that even in bed elate of consumption one large bottle of German Srupwll1 wonders i rwo ace 750 All druggists For Sale at Pennys Drug Store r 1 Spring Suits bulneM request Gtbralter of Rockcastle Financial OF 1eoplc Firms and your btuiucM guarantee plensant profitable relation deposits orS100 and checked upon period J Cashier es National Bank 1Weve Hired Capital Stock 50000 Institution was origInally established as the Deposit Stanford IIJI then reorganlicd as the National Rank Stanford In 1883 and araln reorirantted as the Flat National ilaik Stanford 1111 having had practically nntnter rnptol existence for Is better supplied now facilities transact promptly and well than ever before long and honorable Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cur poratlons Solicited J B Paxton B Owsley L Shanks 0 Walker Oeo W Carter II Foster Ii 0 Ooocb Wit M fright It L H Shanks Uncle SaIDIAs our agent to8110wandSIILiourfranti him with us U better than a Govern ment lion l This It a special oflcrlng mens it 10II They are black Thibet for dree watt and Caulmere and Wonted Unlit IDttllulUSUtl desk bulnru wear They made In thoroughly top toatate Whit atk 00 lo Is to write And ntk for samples and meaure lilanka you taW THIS and have done on the Alone pro for over FORT V VHAKR We aril CJOTIIINO AT8 anti FURNISH f INGS for and toyi HIIOKH lor every body We PAY KXJRKS8 on worth and tt send all mods bUnjKCT TO AJIKOVAI liiStylebooks for alt tints on Ml ui bear from you i J r Third and III 11 The i r KY 1 OIleM to the a Give us nUll we a and Pay 3 per cent interest on nil or more when left in the bank not for ft ofeix months a W Hubble Of Stanford Ky This flank of In of of In an 41 It wltb for In Its career STOCK SOOOO J LW VummlD W of fancy a In for we do ad In men Successors to The Farmers flank k Trust Company and under same fur 36 years We SOLICIT YOUR BANK ACCOUNT Hoping such business relations will prove mutually beneBclal iMl Kiut III areUUAKANTltUUAUvVOOIand VIInr LEVYS InstituUonI BRODHEAD SyitemAccount Individual Corporations Solicitedr HUTCHESON First t Officers- J IIOOKKK Press BT llAHitta V free J J UcUOnKRTfl Chr W H Chn Directors J s F Reid Danville T Harris J S locker BtaatordiK L Tanner M D Elmor H Stanror4tT P Jas Robinson J II llauf bman Stanford J Pettus 0 E Tate LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK It- ICAPITAL I Directors i management continuously I GIBBONS MAY Mark- etLOUISVILLE WKAUKNAwt Slantordr Officers i H SHANKS Presldtnt J Paxton Vice President W M nUIOUTOashlsi IWi 0 WALKER t Asst Cashier kNE COMFORTS I I iorationsLet ns aid you in bringing about theiproper and desired effect The benefit of our experience and our many facilities arc at your disposal WINDOW SHADESiloollillull Hluh standard Piilnt Kimrutito t to Iw tilt best iniule Viiriiluli Htuliil chnlce of ktnlinnery ruinunolrites as snit iw found any where Main Mtrttt DANVILLE KYI To popularize their new business in now buildings with New Stocks and t New Lines being added 1 c T G WeatherfrdCo i HUSTONVILLK KENTUCKY Asks you to call and you twill be convinced that they can t feather your ncsttim f J e b l