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Jn 1 t vr u TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL H l VOL XXXIII STANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 6 1905 NO 28 IMATRIMONIAL Foster Brackett and Miss Mettle Yo cum were married at John Masons George W Southern a widower or- Gtt and Mrs Julia Tschnng a widow of 33 wer made one last week John B Payne and Miss Nannie B Hutchison Loth of Crab Orchard drove to Danville and wuro married Our old friend J 11 Hayes of Wil tile Rockcaatle county has Joined the t noble army of Benedict His wife who ryas a Miss Baker Is said to be an unusually handsome young woman i Announcement has been made of the coming marriage of Miss Bettle Lee h Brock daughter of Judge and Mrs A Charles II Breck of Richmond to Edgar Blackburn Baker City Ore on Monday evening Juno 12 Miss Salllo Green formerly of this l place was married a few days ago to Frank A Springer of Gainsvlilo Tex Miss Green mado her home at Guthrie 0 T for a number of years and oho z and her husband will live there J Kentucky Fair Dates Ii Tho following ore the dates Axed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1905 as 1I far as reported Crab Orchard July 193 lays July 203 days 1Jlustonvllle August 1fi days s 23 days lF Harrodsburg August 84 days I Fern Creek August 164 days Shepherdsvllle August leit days awfenceburg August 15I days Vanceburg August 4 days Brodhead Aug 163 day Guthrie August 173 day Shclbyvllle August 224 days Springfield August 214 days Nichohuivillcr August 293 days Bardstown August 301 days Somerset August 2t days f Florence August 304 days Klizabothtown Sept 63 days Glasgow Sept 13l days The Kentucky State Fair Leoclngton September 1G days Henderson September 2010 days Falmouth September Z1S days Owensboro October 106 days Cured Of BrighitsDIsease George A Sherman Lisbon fled Mills Lawrence count N Y wrlton I I bud kidney disease fur many years t and had bttni treated by physicians l 12 years had taken a well kuown kid thattCure The first half bottle relieved and four bottles cured mo of this tome disease Before I began tak lag Foleys Kidney Cure I had to make water about every IS minutes day and night and passed a hrlckdut sub stance and sometimes a slimy sul stanoc I believe I would have died If I had not taken Foleya Kidney Cure OI Penny Bluebeard Johann Hoch is to be hanged July 2- 3Antecarlok 226 12M- iuli or VrnnlllM track In winning men Hlrtil liy Antro2l4li thud old for fMfnt nt oboe Mllr Klrnt dam Miiry Ann liy HntMorm teat non or Mmnlirlim Ilitcncn Tlnw l Tin1 lhtat tII ll e0unplonIrou0tlfag KHdliiK of tin world rod dnin by lniiMiiiliiiH n of I Alldrww jHrk llirpKluplW ilillll Iv AuiiTlcnit Htiir The Atnrlrnii Hlnr niul Andrew Jnckxin liloo l U jv xnll li for tI trutlllll tll lion Ofduword YUa MWttllt9lrleM tWl toil crt iirr rI oinllil for Hi futtI- I lInl two ni criMw rw riiiHimiiiio for llic fnitvm ntnljlon TliiMi you fIItter- brrduenrlthrrotthumlur In tin blood of iMith Aiiti cnrlo In n nolld drown Nlllrinnilu1Ira AURAM3RDSn ii on III Alirnin ilrUn nut dun liy VtlwIiiMln Siul data by Imp MorutiKo Slanuuotll LI anhIinloncofto for Mal ii t able Inilisl or hnM to other horn1 lrlIIII1llrllllllIIll1 iimk MIIMHI Both dii1 will Ktnnil nt my fnrin on Hoincrmt pllco our mills roni Htnnford lonryfnts wlntY inoiith part tiikiii jinvcnt nlold11 Irloll not nMixnulhlo nn occur WIUIAM If P1KIDM- Hliinfonl Ky Commissioners Sale I IJIIUhl Circuit Court oh Jomitin Stnrtlu et or Hnlo to n JuiltiiiHiit of th Lincolnr IIurllullut in tliti niiovc HtyhU or nltl court the rnulerlguttitlusterIlounnl oIonr of nlil court wllton MONDAY JUNK 12T1I lw i v Ill front of the ionrthouio duorniHtnnfonlKyII it piililli outcry to till lilalifst und iKint ng tltIcrll1 rtlda Httuiitttl In Mnrolii County llu wiitcm of Oricn Hlvor 61onHald NldtN ollk corner to t Mllrllll uttl JnolcWnlUthoiicftMiO W iMilid niHlflvo link ton utoiui In leiict with hIx lln N m W W llr4 nllli link to n utomi Wlllliiin Wnlls1 corner thnnoo with hN Iliio Nest i K W unit 15 link tU1 Uiuviirinipto u sew 1I1I11I11 WnlliiiHl A ftlll thenon with snid11neNIl5Ilextuutanenl Miir tin HUB tliHiuo hls lino l to i YXrllrealI 1h lit noriMiirv renllifilfninitliUMilitUtliu suet of ninety lollnr UII Mini Interest tlurton the rnto or fli trcintiKriinnuinroin April to the InllnwllIlI cndltH 10a11i 1tJH Thcco t or this notion nro to Iw liwl from thin Yale The wild will Iw rand on it ciwllt of I month und thu mirclmwir will Im ruqulr wl to Klvo bond for fhupurohino iiioiivywlth npprovnl wcurlty to tint OoiuniU jiloneriimllKiirliiKflpircont tntitnit from liitn of nude A linn will on tint land for the purohiiHO prim OnO B SAUPLBY 11C L C C IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Liberty has at Ttsecured Sunday mallservice John T Watson nged 71 died at Danville Friday T P Curry Sons drug store at Danville was considerably damaged by fireMrs Annie Flffg wife of Hen J Figg a wellknown Insurance agent Is dead at Burgin The Laurel River Coal Company flied articles of incorporation with a capital stock of 23000 The store of the Pine JIm Coal Co was destroyed by fire Loss about 2 no insurance Benjamin Holt supposed to be the oldest man in Kentucky tiled nt his residence in Russell county He was born in Northern Carolina March 15 1795 Frank Ward was convicted in the Laurel circuit court for conspiracy with George Ward and Joe Landrum in killing JolT GaIT at Pittaburg and sentenced to the penitentiary for 21 years Rusaol Dllllon is a candidate for the Republican nomination for sheriff of Lincoln Russ us he is familiarly called Is a mighty nice fellow but wo are sure that he has the wrong view of things in Lincoln ML Vernon Signal Charles Metcalf of Iinoville was elected trustee of Stale College to succeed W R Ramsey now a citizen of Denver Colorado Prof Kdgor Crawford of Bunlstown was elected to fill the place of Prof R N Roark in the State College faculty Charles Vallandlngham a former Q C operator was declared insane at Lexington He was arrested several months ago charged with writing threatening letters to Supt Waite of the railroad but was released byJudge Bullock in the custody of his parents who promised to keep him at home John Spradlin shot and seriously wounded John Duggor at Monticello Spradlin was in charge of a merrygo DuggerIcursed at Spradlin and threw his hand to his pocket as if to draw a weapon when Spradlin shot him The ball en tered just above the right eye and come out the ear on the same side CHURCH Tho Fifth district Sundayschool con vention composed of the counties of Mercer Boyle Anderson and ShelhI will he held at Burgin Juno 13 and 14 resident Francis Patton of Prince ton Theological Seminary preached a sermon at Princeton in which he said he thought a coldblooded rightliving rascal who has 10000000 and who can teach SundalIchoolltrularlond drive his bargains every week always just keeping within the law was lucky not to be in jail Dr Patton did not mention the millionaires name The impres sion prevailed that he meant John D Rockefeller however A Thousand Dollars Worth Of Good OIl havobcon alUIotid with kidney and bladder trouble for years pass Ing gravel or Htoiios with excruciating pain It says A H Thurnos n well known coal operator of liulTulo 0- OIl got no relief from niediclno until I began inking Foleys Kidney Cute then tho result was surprising A fow dunes started tho hrickdusl like sub sttinfco and now I have no halo across my kidneys and I fuel like a new man It lies done mo f 1COO worth of good Foleyi Kidney Cim will euro ovory form of kidney or bladder disease G L Penny The latest developments in tho controversies connected with the manage ment of the Equitable Lifo U the for mation of an offensive and defensive alliance between James H Hyde and President Alexander The basis of the accord between them is said to bo an agreement to devote their futuro ef forts solely to the furtherance of the interests of the society and to eschew Wall street transactions They are said to have agreed that Robert T Lincoln is tho most available man for chairman of tho Board of Directors Ineasing When your trouble with food diges tion Deems to bo Increasing and with various pains like stomachache headache backache etc beset you when your bowels and liver seem continually out of order what you need Is Dr Calil wells laxative SjTun Pep sin It Is safe pleasant and fur su perior to all pills or cathartic waters Sold by G L Penny StunfordjO W Adams Hustonville at 60c und n Money back If It fulls A dwarf who hardly comes up to his wifes knee is suing for divorce at Toledo 0 Ho says his better baItI who is largo and strong lays him acrossjher lap and spanks him unmercifully That ought to let luiii out jt NEWS NOTES Thomas Hudson aged 65 was killed by a C 0 train near Frankfort Tom W Woodall an exConfederate soldier suicided in Simpson county Miss Alice Roosevelt daughter of the President is visiting in Cincinnati Miss Elizabeth H Wilkins one of the wealthiest women of Bowling Green is dead Tlut Woodford grand jury returned tl5 indictments against the Standard Oil Co Alexander S Caldwell one of the bestknown insurance men in the South died at Nasnville Two hundred prominent Japanese residents of New York celebrated tlw victory of Admiral Togo with a recep tion at the Nippon Club Laborers unloading n carload of sand at Medford Ind found bonds and notes worth 300000 They were stolen from a bank at Wilmington May 9 While Reuben Lee was calling on his sweetheart nt Winchester ho was shot In tho leg by tho accidental discharge of a gun in the young ladys hands Mayor Weaver of Philadelphia rq quested the resignations of the two Assistant Directors of Public Safety and Public Works and appointed successors to them Firo in Pittsburg destroyed the Avenue Theater probably the oldest show house in the city and damaged the Grand Operahouse another theater In which a performance was in progress when tho firo occurred United States Judge Grosscup refused to continue in force the temporary in junction restraining Mayor Dunne and the Chicago City Council from ousting the traction companies from streets on which franchises have expired U has become known in New York that tho report of the Frickcommittee makes sweeping criticisms of the conIduct of affairs of the Equitable Life Assurance Company anti charges laxity and negligence of management Commonwealths Attorney John R Allen of Fayette county will make nnIeffort to have James and Alex Hargis Indicted for perjury on the testimony given by them concerning the note to the Winchester bank for 1500ICornelius P Shea president of ihe InternntlonalHrotherhoodof Team sters was arrested in Chicago on a byRobertthe sum of 5000 Thorne also fileda civil suit asking for 25000 damages At n meeting of the Bourbon fiscal court County Attorney Dundon was in structed to file suit at the Juno term of the Bourbon circuit court in the name of Bourbon county against the Blue gross Traction Company for damages in the sum of 10000 for the alleged failure to comply with their contract The Sasebo correspondent of a London paper days that Admiral Togo nev er changed his plan of operations His fleet the correspondent says waited three months ofT the Tsushlma Islands for tho coming of the Russian squadron Rojestvensky sent out numerous scout Ing ships but failed to locate the Japa- neSe squadron President Roosevelt has spoken a word for peace In the Far East In a conference with Count Cassini the Russian Ambassador at the White Houso the President frankly expressed the opinion that Russias cause was hopeless and that a further prolongation of the war would only increase the demands of JapanIThe Lewis and Clark exposition at Portland Ore was opened President Roosevelt pressing the key which started the chimes in the Government building Ceremonies were held at the sometime in Portland The President delivered n short address in the East room to a number of distinguished guests and congratulatory messages were exchanged between him and President Goode of the exposition Stimulation Without Irritation In case of stomadi and liver trouble the proper treatment Is to stimulate these organs without Irritating them Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup olds di gestion nUll stimulates the liver and bowels without Irritating these organs like pills or ordinary cathartics It does not nauseate or gripe and Is mild mind pleasant to take G L Penny In a copyright statement Capt Rich mond P Hobson says the victory willI give Japan command of the sea H- Is great to have a young man with a 3000000candlepower eye standing ready to look right into a mixed situa don and tell the waiting world what is doing Louisville Times Will Cure Consumption A A Herreii Finch Ark writes 1oleys Honey and Tar is tho best preparation forcoughs colds and lung trouble 1 know that it has cured con sumption in the first stages You never heard of any ono using Foleys Honey and Tarand not being satisfied G L Penny JJ a t c J T WILKINSON The above is a tolerably fairlikencss of Master J T Wilkinson Stanfords Wonderful little artist His talent for drawing from nature or otherwise painting and pastel work is indeed re markable and his parents intend that every opportunity shall be given him to thoroughly master the painters art He is only 12 years old and an exceed ingly handsome and manly little fellow HUSTONVILLE Miss Katherine Alcorn left Monday for Oxford 0 to attend commencement at that widely known college- J W Powell returned from Salisbu ry N C having been sick since he left home and lost 14 pounds Miss Pearl Montgpmery of Liberty Is visit- Ing the Misses Baughman Quite a number of our lovers of good music who attended the Presbyterian church in Stanford Sunday speak in the highest terms pf the masterly man ner in which the selections were ren dered Tho board of education of the graded school is called to meet on Thursday at 230 i M A full attendance is requested by the president The question of a home for the school will doubtless be finally be determined Admiral Togo should by al means follow up his historic victory by imme diately preparing his fleet for a visit to the portals of St Petersburg the mere mention of which wouldcertainly soft en the iron heart of the czar and warm the cables with messages for peace Work is progressing nicely upon the new Richland school building and it will be ready for occupancy July 1st The location at the widely known Elm Tree Springs near L C Dunns is an ideal one for the purpose there being plenty of shade and fine water and the site In the center of the district The patrons are to be congratulated upon the move Our merchants are enjoying a splen did trade and vicing with each other in extending the purchasing power of a dollar to a degree that is surely at tracting trade far and near Our dealers are buying in carload lots from the factories and can easily undersell their competitors One dealer last week placed an order with a large Ohio factory for a carlord of stoves another for a car of furniture and another for two cars of brick etc Watch- us grow When DVidCrocbttIat in the Na tional Legislature as a Representative tho Stato of Texas he hadmnny clashes with men of more but with less wit than ellllcationI is told of him that one 11 Pennelslvaniuted by under the custody of an over seer from one of the stock farms in Virginia A Congressman from Boston who was standing nearby attract ed Crocketts attention to the unusual sight saying Hello there Crockett heres a lot of your constituents on parade Where are they going 1 The celebrated hunter looked at the animals with a quizzical glance and then turning to the other said quietly but with great emphasis they are going to Massachusetts to teach school Harpers Weekly Found a Cure for Dyspepsia Mrs S Lindsay of Fort William Ontario Canada who has suffered quite a number of years from dyspepsia and great pains In the stomach was advised by her druggist to take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets She did so and says I find that they have dono mo a great deal of good I have never had any suffering since I began uslngthem It troubled with dyspepsia or Indigestion why not take tho Tablets get well and stay well For sale by Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Ky Gen VBoyntondied Atlantic City yesterday in the 70th year of his untiringlyqcatep HMD AND SHOULHERSABOVE all other 350 and 400 shoes can only mean one youthatALL AMERICA SHOES 1 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 4 superiority The fact that only the highest grades of leathers are used guarantees extra long service All Americas are II top notchers Hosts of wearers who formerly bought elsewhere now buy here Suppose you follow their example SAM ROBINSOND- ry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats and Caps Ladies and Gents Furnishings All are InvitedhNext 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 IW H HIGG1NS STANFORD KY IJMADEFor Sale by DR W N CRAIG Druggist Stanford Ky Paiijt J Paint I Paint For Metal tooling Observation is the best teacher I know that the tinner has the hest chance to notice the condition nnd find out what is the best Paint for Tin See me if you have any ropf to paint or let me sell you tho paiut Proofing Guttering Filters Tarps and Plumbing l S H ALDRIDGE Phone 11 Ot Depot St Stanford Ky i ii1g tt t 4J i The Interior Journal E C WALTON THE greatness of Wm Goebel Is be ginning to be acknowledged even by his enemies W H Mackoy of Coy ington whom Taylor tried to appoint as Election Commissioner and who In life felt the force of Mr Goebels oj position now says He was ambitious and he had a right to be He was not content with looking forward to the privilege of living four years in Frank fort and pardoning a few criminals He looked forward to national honors when his voice would be great in the nation as it was in his own State He no doubt looked forward to a United States Senatorship and from that to a seat in the Supreme Court or even the Presidency itself There was no reason whylie should not He had ability a will of iron unquestioned courage a readiness for anything that came f fSORE over his overwhelming defea t nomination for Representativ by Mr Harry McCarty a gentleman In whom there is no semblance of guile Editor GrotT of the Nicholas ville News makes this unkind fling at his success ful opponent When a man will buy an office and pay for it more than the office is worth and is expected to do so how can the public expect to hjivi honest men as public servants 7 While there is an abundance of logic in the question he asks it comes in bad taste and it is indeed a pity that Mr Grof did not go off and cool out before penning the uncalled for paragraph IT is stated that when Presiden Roosevelt was informed that Togo had practically annihilated the Rus sian fleet he said the lesson to be derived therefrom was more ships for America To less strenuous observ- ersi it will occur that war ships arc a very precarious sort of property To lose a hundred million dollars at a clip as Russia has done would stag ger even a billion dollar country t TUB revival in railroad building this year is most gratifying Over 7001 miles are to be constructed the greatest number since 1887 when 12881 miles were built Locomotive buildini is also on a boom The Baldwin work have contracts for 1275 locomotives and the American Locomotive Works are building 1750 locomotives making 302 to be built this year at an outlay of about 50000000Ix THE Reformed Presbyterians are not likely to increase in member very largely since its General Synod has condemned the observance of Christmas and Easter for which it claims there is no divine authority The rising generation will fight shy of a church with such views A PREACHER at Norfolk Va told the ladies of his congregation that if they would remove their hats in church ha would preach shorter sermons The alacrity with which the headgear was removed nearly took the breath away from the minister A TOLLGATE keeper near Nashville suicided Whether it was from fear that the pike would be made free or that business was dull the dispatches did not state TilE Danville News has just entered upon its sixth year May it continue to live and prosper POLITICAL Lelia Hall has been appointed post master at Christiansburg Shelby coun ty vice Israel Bohannon removed H Clay Evans is to be urged to again become a candidate for the Republi can nomination for Governor of Ten nessee 1 Hoke Smith Secretary of the Interior under President Cleveland has announced as a candidate for Gov ernor of Georgia- In a speech at Cleveland Mayor Johnson said municipal ownership of public utilities would be the main issue in the State and city elections in Ohio next November Civil Service Commissioner Greene will return to Kentucky the last of this month and it is understood that hewill make a thorough investigation of every Federaloffice in the State presided over by a presidential appointee It is al r miXingjtoo ment By mutual agreement Charles M Meacham and Joseph E Mosely can didates for the Democratic nomination for State Senator appeared before the Sixth Senatorial Democratic District Committee at Hopkinsville and formally primaryPelection was declared off and 300 expense money which the candidates had deposited was returned to each man The com i mittee then nominated Frank Rives an attorney and former Master Com missioner as the Democratic candi it date for State Senator r Andrew Lanakera farmer commit ted suicide by hanging himself to an apple tree at his llomeJ near Falmouth w1- Additional Local SUMMER is herein earnest The mercury registered 92 yesterday MR L R JoNKS bought the restau- rlmtof J T Jones d Co and Mr J T Jones will manage the business DR V R BECK prescription clerk at Pennys fell from a stepladder yesterday and was severely bruised iIT is Stock water burnIIngof consumption Sunday aUlcKlnneyI vived by a husband and childrenI CHIEF LOGAN WOOD of Danville de livered Lena Wood a Negro woman to jailer Herrin yesterday She iswante on a charge of petit larceny ESTRAY A yearling Shorthorn bull calf solid red came to my place a month ago Owner can get him by pay- Ing expenses of his keep and advert ing Walter Fields Tumersville WE will dressmaking establishment in the 401d Nunnelley Brick on Lancaster Street Monday June Stand solicit a share of your patronage Mrs Henry Holderman and Miss Susi Cooley FOR RENT Home on Logan Avenue vacated S R Cook Good garden partly plantedouthouses cistern and hydrant number of fruit trees and a most desirablehome every way Fot further particulars see Dr J F Pey ton YOUR attention is called to the advertisement of Miss Jennie McKinney ad ministratrix which appears in this is sue On June 20 she will sell at publi auction the McKinney Flouring Mill andother valuable property which Is mentioned in the advertisement r TilE Kentucky Central day train now leaves Stanford at 155 r M in stead of 115 as formerly It waits at Rowland for No 22 the Northboun passenger No 21 the Southboun night train arrives here at 1136 r sL seven minutes earlier than formerly THE INTERIOR JOURNAL is crowing because the State Board Equalization let the assessment of Lincoln Count stand as returned says the Frankfort Journal Considering that nearly ever county in the State has suffered a raise theresult is a very high compliment to the assessor and his assistants MR MILTON REYNOLDS an aged citi zen of McKinney came near being kill ed Sunday A Q C train struck hiS wagon as he was crossing the track and smashed it into smithereens Mr R was thrown some 15 feet into the air but fortunately fell into a pile of cinders His injuries are not considers dangerous although he had a sever chill yesterday morning and is still con fined to his bed Here and There Ollie Hurst of Ebenezer Merce county was drowned in Kentucky riverOver 500 persons were killed by the hurricane which recently swept over NatalDouglas M Kilpatrick one of the most prominent men in New Orleans is dead D B Bean president of the Tennes see Coal Company died at his home inI KnoxvillePeter Kimberly whose wealth was estimated at 10000000 died in Chicago of apoplexy By one vote the City Council of Hop vinsville passed an ordinance prohibit- Ing the running at large of cattle in the streets Robert C Boggs one of Madison ountys mostprominent farmers dropped dead at the supper table while asking blessing The Milwaukee exposition building was burped yesterday afternoon Fourteen hundred people who were in the building got out safely Money is being raised at Paducah to erect a monument over the graves of the three Brockwell children who were poisoned by their mother For the purpose of enlarging its business the Atlantic Coast line is said to- be preparing to establish bureaus of industry and immigration in the South A son at Cullman Ala begged the Court to let him hang in the place of his father condemned to die for the nurder of a Sheriff Greater love hath no man than this that a man lay down his life for his friends The big warehouse of the Harth Brothers Grain Company at Paducah urged The with insurance of 10500 Twelve thousand bushels of corn 10 carloads of hay and 40 empty sacks werp destroyed Injunction Is Issued A stringent injunction has been 1st wed against the malignant activity of lyspepsla amongst people by Dr Cald wells laxative Syrup Pepsin Do not fall to invoke the powerful aid of his great enemy of all stomach and bowel disorders at tho least sign of rouble In any of your digestive organs It will promptly and surely set hem right and make you well Try It Sold GL Penny Stanford C W Idams Hustonvllle at 50o and II Money back if Iff alhV s LANCASTER The examining trial of Stewart Hun ber for killing Wm Merritt will beheld before Judge Ford Friday mot ln vElderof meetings at Antioch church pn M6t evening June 6th He will be 8 slated by Bro Williams The first Sunday in June known as Childrens Day was observed Sunday evening at the Christian church Tho little ones acquitted themselves well and the recitations and songs were goadaMr Waller Hudson has returned to Central University after a short visit here Mr Robert P Kennedy is with his sister Mrs Banks Hudson Miss Theo L Hemphlll is at home from CheVy Chase College Washington D t for the Summer vacation Since leaving school Miss Hemphill has been the guest of Mr and Mrs J Y Curry of New York City Mrs Robert Mc Roberts has issued invitations to a Garden Party to be given Tuesday afternoon in honor of Miss Hoover of Nicl olasville the guest of Miss Mount HIGHLAND The sick in our vicinity are all sums what improved Sam Bastin is able to be out again with a IThomasmill near Stanford In a few days Farmers are very busy at present 60 busy that but few of them attended the decoration exercises at Pleasant Point The Sunday school recently organize at the Greasy Ridge schoolhouse is getting along nicely and is well attended Miss Della Cook add brother Willie went to Somerset Sunday Rev J M Cook went to Somerset Friday to preach near Sublimity Springs Hugh P Young has returned from Louisville John Faulkner was at Crab Orchard this week Mr and Mrs L0 gan Bryant went to Pulaski to visit reIIativcs last week Misses Emma and Mamie Chestnut are visiting atI Burnside Bud Odor A bad odor from a persons brent may be caused by many different form of dyspepsia It may be due to stomach catarrh biliousness constipa tion or a case of ordinary Jmllges tion Whatever may be the cause there Is just one reliable cure und that Is Dr Calilwells laxative Syrup Pep sin It clears all the impurities out of your body and makes your breath as sweet as the June morning Safe pleasant and effective Sold by G L Penny Stanford and C W Adams Hustonvllle at 5c andt1 Money bad IIf falls Rear Admiral Enquist of the Rus sian navy arrived at Manila on board his flagship the protected cruise Aurora and accompanied by cruisers Oleg and Jemtchug the vessel were damaged and many wounded were onboard The laxative elTect of Chamberldin Stomach and Liver Tablets Is so agree able and so natural that you do not realize It Is the effect of a medicine For sale by Lyne Bros Crab Oreh ard Ky- While a crowd of men were burning brush on W M Bryants farm In Bath county a tree caught and fell killing Instantly Kull Thomas and fatally injuring W Bryant U S Murphy Son Hedgeville Kentucky 1000111IIndl1tour introniiiH Kt ood ut low IJrlcla what you wantUlvv litiuii cu- llNotice toTheJPublic I Ida Austin one of the hest horse sliocrn In thh lection with niwnml I will do plain lurtu for II cents until I nlxi do nncy home nhoelntf ut reaMJimlile prices I mikttii tpeclnltyof wjiigonuml buggy work IIlId paliitltiK uml cnn you lioth In work and prlc I ask u vhnru of your pu roiuiitc J Ji freer Homemvt 8t Hlnn ord Ky- AuITS SHADE TREES ETC Mr J If Htenhcni formerly of Lincoln ounty will call on the fur HUTU and citizens lenvriilly with n full line of Unitdata fruit irnainentnl and shade tree The linn of Irown Ilro Co of Kochester N Yllft thu tcognlied leader In thlallneln this coun ry All stock abmliitfly truss to iiniiin and tiaranteed lye n cash capital of over tUi t Hi with lau ncres under actual nur ery ulttvittlon Oho him n trial Ho will In Boyer tarranl MadlKon and Lincoln lurlnu the following Jew wake 1t0h1InIn Ijincanter Ky toll at iiulillo outcry hum of capital tock of National of iincii tiT p shuns of stock of Citizen IoUolIlI1 honk of Lincnatert shares of lock of Merchant nod Mechanic Hank of oluiiilm home of stock of Fourth National Iiahurk of ol nun bu III 2 11IllJur value UUtachof lumens tlr Water worlcs Co MitH ANN W HOIIINHON Kxecutrlx JC KOIIIMHON Kxvcutor McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Kentucky lnleYIFlnnnUlunkell ollowlntlloIlItormoUonAente m i COMFORTABLE IJ Why not be comfortable when you canI and you rI can be if you Will let us dress you out in one of ourITwoPiece Outing Suits in Light Colors Steel Greys or Serge Bluesin Single or Double Breasts at r 5 750 1000 and 1250 r A II Manss Urfit Low Shoe in Tans or Patent atI 395 cheaperones at 150 250 300 and r j 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 faction of knowing you are well and genteelly Idressed at a small outlay of Cash tH J MROBERTS STANFORD j E D Peyton1 DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Gro ceries Fruits Veg etables Cigars and Tobaccos Stanford HUSH HONEY DONT CRY I am itlll agent Mar The Victor Talking Miiohlhv The Victor Ioperfect thud It U often toIhouwmde mUtnken for the human volr It Is all lover of good muilr The nil Innplrntlon no ullltllr how lIIucht1l1hrtlllllo- ment th lilt hOllle Th Ilor II nlwn7s You run ut nil time lUtcti to- 1yndurchrtntswmgIetnunruudniu Ac that to hear In crowded retort there Is no limit to the vnrMy of Mlectlon ThU matchle ncltetoou Van I rater Ilnetrunwntwill and e mitnple machin and hear It Play On exlilliltlonat my 5110- N W Con Te ot Ht TIIOM f HAM Ntnntonl Ky FOR SALE I MCKINNEY ROLLER MILLS Mill has flour capacity of OUr bar reta and meal 180 r day Shill U well equipped with tnooitn marble erv ID goon repair lUiilorugecapacity of 4000 bushels of wheat alo large corn olni and crib Wagon scale4 operated from ofllce coal bins no Ice house All under roof Never fulllne water mill lot Mill II within 100 feet uf Ciuclnnatl Southern K U track and has private tiding The loca thou is good for the following reasons Me j Kinney neutron market lit many of the largest wheat and corn growers In Lincoln county large territory furnishing custom The feed and coal buelnesu in connection with mill pays well No trouble to market alt product trots mill llldeoce la a two atorysta room frame with cistern on back porch Milk house at back door cemented all comparatively new Large barn buggy house lei lot I otter the haye property for tale privately Possession given at once or particular call on or address Dr Rdw Al corn Ky or W II McKinney Stanford MISS JENNIE McKINNEY Admx- McKinsey Ky KING EAGLE King Eagle U 10 hands high dark bay goes nil the galls with plenty of ipeed style and action ire by lit dam Bird 2nd dam by ted brMlllerlthoroughbred NOTE King was tired by the meat On Time ands a brother to the great Sliver King and Allie 0 the great show mare that sold for 1000 King Eagle1 2d dam is the dam of Minnie Boyd the great show mare that Matt Conen won everywhere with In 89J and a Id for f300 King Ruglo le proving himself a great breeder of fine colored and high styled his colts all having plenty of lies olde t colt I being three years old this Spring There was ono of hls two year olds out last season that proved to bo a great show flllV King Eagle will make the present season of IBOS at my table 2K miles wet Stan ford on the CII pike at the lowprice of 10toln ureallvlngcolt l mule nod Jennet 20forKeene was sired let dam by the Imported 1alermo 2d dam by Levi Hubble the sire of Joe Blackburn and Billy Keene stands full 16 bands high black with white and III a breeder he unnrrpassed as- a mule or jennet jack Billy has lever nl two yearOld jacks to sell lately ate I and 1800 Villnliotand the great young jack Jim Keenei he U the great Keene lit Wells 2d damImporteddam by the Beecher is proving himselfby two of his mule blueColtand the otber the Keene will serve mare at 110 to Insure a JIving colt- Marea traded with or bred elsewhere fdrfelu the Insurance and money become due at the time of such tranac tioar For further vartlcnlars can on or ad dm T SARIS Is WOOD Bhoaa MIU l3 BUifor1 ay- s t CS4 Experience Teaches Experience Ie wld a dear schoolthe tuition come lirh but the lesson carrel Ih lnoJare never forgotten The wlke however arc willing to profit by the experience of others When the Painter mnn tells you that F Mastic Mixed PaintII The KM Tttmi Lmmtm JIhttyt possible results In beauty and flnUh not peel or oilthats th voles el ezpsrlncsthe taught is buy Maillo Mixed Paint save money Manufactured by MLSLEEGAULBERT CO INCORFORATTED W LOUISVILLE KCNTLCKY br FOR BALE BY PENNYS DRUG STORE IJStanford SPECIAL SALE FOR County Court Day Week J Beginning on Monday next we will begin n tnle that will startle the thc in prices nail values Wo have too many gooos anti nnlet unload thorng mud prices will ht no consideration They mint go it it is ncceewtry to give them away Look at these prices Mens Black Worstedand Cheviot Out Coats 08c Mena Sunday and Working Prime at 18c Childrens Cneimcre Suits at 70o up CJiildrcna Pants ICc up Mens and Boys Unit ICc up Boys Cups 9o up Mens and Buys Shoes 98c iip Ladies and Misses Shoes at 75c up Mens Sunday Shirts or without collars 24p- Suspenders for Boys anti Men at do up t keep chalk Iruon with Heavy Brown Cotton IJc up Calicoes 4Jo i p Ladies and Mines Skirts 98c up Nice Childrens Stockings 5c up MCUH Socks 5c up y l Toadies nud Mines Corsets lOc up Baby Shoes different colors lOc up Lot of Neckties at your own price Garden Seed all kind two pack ages for Gc Black and White Thread 200jyards two spools for 5c Ladies Belts 9c up- Lead Pencils Co dozen S Goldstein Prop ISTANFORD KENTUCKY W E Perkins Store I Is Headquarters for Fountain Shirts at 81 to 150 nothing better for tho money Famous Shirts SOc Have no equal at the price Onstein Rices neckwear uptodate stuff Clenett Peabodys Col lars and Culls They lead in quality and style W E Perkins I j Crab Orchard r xya Ladies Easy Shoesf A large part of our lives nroFlent in our Shoes nnd if they arc not comfortable it Is n miecrnblo existence We cnn nmko lifes walk easy if you will buy a pnir of our Walk ICiisy Shoes in the high cut or lowcut They ore At toll ne a kid glove and you will 04 have niy ore feet if you use these They look nice nud feel good and the price for anyFtylo is only tUOO i 8TAsroiii KY Hsn 0 1905 JUSTICE to and to phi t sician demands the best materials an most careful in preparing his Store PERSONALS Mnn W 1 EVANS of HustonvHlc Is quite sick MR J H HILTON of Brodhead waa here Saturday Miss VIRGINIA MAIIONEY U visiting Danville friends DR W W BURCIN of Richmond was here Saturday MR U D BRIGHT went up to the mountains yesterday Miss GEORGIA LEWIS is visiting Mrs J G Irvine In Boyle MASTER JAMES COOPER Is visiting relatives at Hustonville MRS GOLDSTEIN spent several fays I In Louis vtllo buying Roods Miss MARY SLEET of Midway is the guest of Miss Sara Uaughtnan MRS C T TIIOMISON of Fayette is with her father Mr T M Penning ton MRS W B PENNY and daughters of Danville were guests of Mrs Mary lennyMIss FLORENCE TANNER of McKin ney was the guest of the Misses Van Devccr NIt E 0 SiNOUrroN Is out after his severe spell looking as well as could be expected Mesa of Cincinnati Is the guest of Mteies LeGrande nnd Rosa Jones Miss NBTTIB BECK who Jw been at tending college at Indianapolis return ed home yesterday MISSES LETHE AND SOPHIA CAW of London were guests of MIlS May Saunders It I DAVISON Is spending the at Wayncsburg practicing his i dentistry Miss MARIF MAIIONY Is attending the commencement exercises of Georgetown Female College MRS UEIIECCA MCCARTY took yester r days train for PInevillc to visit her daughter Mrs Darts Miss CAILIE HORTON spent a few weeks with her brother Rev B C Horton at Mlllcrsburg HANDSOME Miss LILIJF WARNER of Garrard spent several days with her t slater Mrs J W 1crrln MISS TIIEO HKMPHILL of Lancaster was hero Saturday returning from col lege at Washington D C MR D W VANDKVEER and family of Mr M of Richmond were guests 0 VanDeveer and daughters MISSES CORINK AND MARY THOMAS of Dallas Texas are guests of Misses Myrtle and Roberta OBannon JOHN SliiOLl of Lexington is with Mr W T Smith und wife He rode over on his wheel In three hours Mn W J Doznn and wife will ar rive from Lebanon Tenn today to visit her parents Mr and Mrs E T Pence 1 MISSES MINNIE AND ANNIE LAURIE I MILLER of lontgomery Ala are vis iting their grandmother Mrs Sue Holmes MR IL H BATSON and wife of Lan t caster heard the Baccalaureate sermon at the Presbyterian church Sunday Crab Orchard Springs The much improved In health and expects about the firstto return to Louisville of July Courier Journal t Mits V R BECK came up from Stan ford Monday to have her household goods shipped to Stanford Dr Beck with G L1enny at has a nice position that placeMt Vernon Signal PROF M 0 WINFREY was In town Thursday He has established an office at Lexington and is now actively en of eduanthecaged in cational campaign in Mid dlesboro News MRS H P HAWKINS was the hostess meeting of the 24 hand at the regular euchre club at her home on the Stanford pike Miss Jean Warren was the suc cessful player and was awarded the memento of the occasion a Venetian champagne MR W J ASTON who lion farm has with his wife J S fiwsleys taken rooms at the St Asaph Hotel un of his place Nov til he gets possession 1 Mr Aston Is a citizen gentleman and we are glad a pleasant to have him and his wife cast their lot among ua v MIL W 0 SPEED is In Cincinnati to F COOK of Lexington Is here today JUDGE W It CRESS of Montlcello shore FKED COOK is clerking in Pennys for a few days Mu It H GENTRY was here from Frankfort yesterday MRS JUDITH CHESTNUT of Reel castle is with her daughter Mrs W I Hcrrin MR HORACE HEKNDON and wife of Garrard spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J C Hays LITTLE MARY SIIEITARD COOK fell and broke one of the small bones of her left arm Saturday evening Miss PEARL ASHLEY of Lancaster and Mr T J Hays of Knoxville were guests of Miss Lena Hampton Miss CLARKE BLANTON will rcprc sent Harrodaburg in the elocutionary contest to bo held here June 23rd MRS JOHN L DUNCAN and John Lesley Duncan Jr are here from Toledo 0 visiting her parents Eld and Mrs Joseph liallou- MR SAM M OWENS Secretary ol the Hustonville fair July 20 27 28 was here yesterday getting specie premiums lie didsplendidly Mu W U WILLIAMS our Hustonville correspondent accompanied by his wif and daughter Miss Dollie spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Barnes Wearer Miss SALLIK DUDDERAH tins return ed from Birmingham Ala bringing with her Mrs Ed L Duddcrar andI son Mrs Dudderar has been quite but is much improved JUDGE M C SAWLEY who had the misfortune to sprain one of his knees very badly is doing as well as could be expected The member is still in plaster of Paris but the bandage will be removed this week LOCALS FOURACRE pasture for rent Miss Nancy VanDever FOR substantial wedding presents call on Tribble Pence SEVERAL secondhanded buggies for sale cheap B D Carter Stanford MONEY to loan on blue grass farms Mrs Louisa Speigle Waynesburg Ky JOHN hasopened a restaurant in the Carpenter House near the depot Nice homo on Logan Avenue for sale Also a lot of furniture etc Mrs J S Hundley LOST Cappa Sigma pin design Crescent and Star Name engraved on back steward If left at this office PIANTS 50000 sweet potato plants roe sale Brazilian 20c Southern Queen and Burmuda 16c per hundred W S Wigham Moreland COAL Falls J R Wooldrldgo and SemiCannel from the East Tcnnesso Coal Co at 12Jc per bushel delivered J H Baughman Co T J BALLAIU of Anderson county was chosen to succeed W J Wilmore deceased as chairman of the various republican county committees of this district TUB childrcns exercises at the Christian church Sunday night were Interest- Ing and creditable Somo 40 or 50 litj tie tots took part and all did well collection for missions amounted to a considerable sum Tin pupils of Mm O B Fallls mu sic class will give an entertainment in the chapel of Stanford Male Female College this evening beginning at 8 o clock No admission fee will bo chang ed and the public is cordially invited NXtmow Police W Logan Wood of Danville had a narrow escape the other day Ho went to arrest a drunken Negro named Rob erts when the latter thrust his gun against the officers breast Ho was in tho act of pulling tho trigger when Mr Wood slapped it Trom him and choked him into submission A PRISONER in the Liberty jail hear- Ing a noise In the cell of Johnson Elliott discovered he had hanged himself with a wire Before the jailer could be sam moned to open the cell Elliott was near dead After being revived ho at appeal from a life sentence for killing Hardin Hatter t PLEASE call at my office and pay your bill If I should not be there pay Dr Pennington R A Jones D D S WE 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 accounts with me at once J B Paxton 235 FOR round trip from Stanford via the L N on account of the United Confederate Veterans reunion at Louisville June 1416 05 MR W T SMITH showed us and of fered to divide with us a quart of 15 yearold Old Barton whisky Harry P Ramsey of Lexington had rcmcm bored him with C J ofPrinceton offen to pay 25c per pound for live rattle snake Some of our young people just out of school might put In a few hour making money in this easy way TUB republicans of Garrard made only one nomination at their coventlonI at Lancaster Saturday of Mr John M Duncan for count judge What the democratic nominee To PRINTERS The hn many fonts of type a Cottrell pre8BI large enough to print this paper n cutI ter several stones one 45 by C3 Inches P Walton Frankfort if this Interest you THE Odd Fellows will decorate the graves of their departed brothers on June 13next Tuesday The proces sion will leave Odd Fellows Hall at 2 V M Speeches by a number of gen tlemen will be made at the cemetery Everybody is invited Flowers for the occasion will be thankfully received E who has conducted successful elocutionary contests will give his 12th on the evening of June 23rd Besides the contest in elocution there will be a vocal con test and a X20 gold piece will be given the winner oT each A number of entries are promised iclnuding two from lIarrod burg and one from Danville Stanford will of course have a repre sentative Ladies desiring to enter this contest can write Mr Beazley for further particulars TilE llorOne of most delightful hops ever given in Stanford was that of Friday night last The weather was propitious the music by Saxton Trost of Lexington was soulstir ring the boys were on their best be havior while the young ladieswell they were the prettiest and best dressed mortal eye ever rested upon It was n swell occasion and one that will be remembered for a long time The young men nre to be congratulated on tho success of their hop their manage ment of it and lost but not least their gentlemanly and courteous treatment of their guests during the evening It would take columns to give tho names of all who attended hence we will not attempt to do so but the following is n list of the ladies who danced Misses Tevis Carpenter Pearl Burnside Ella May Saunders Lucile and Clara Cooper Allie Huffman Levisa Harris Sue Taylor and Nannie Woods Engleman Anna Cooke Mary Mobley Sara Dunn Chloe Baughman Kate Pence Cather- Ine Baughman Sallie Taylor Woods and Mesdames George L Penny and W C Shanks Stanford Misses Jean Dick Annie Brunuugh Crab Orchard Reca Baker Mt Vernon Ridskill Fisherville Lal Pickctt Shelbyville Mcllle Hopper Edna Camnitz and Julia Sophia Caldwell London Mrs John Turley Richmond It was nearly 4o clock when the last number Homo Sweet Home was given and even at that late sour it was with reluctance the happy crowd dispersed An excellent supper exquisitely served at the St Asaph Hotel and under tho personal supervision of Mrs Mark Hardin was greatly enjoyed about midnight The young men of Stanford have given a number of hops in the lost quarter of a century the writer has lived here but none of them surpassed in point of pleasure or elegance the one of Friday evening last We congratulate them on their superb effort I Oxfords We have thisvery popular style of Shoes in Childrens Misses and Ladies For real hard Eervice or your Summer outing they arejuet the thing The price is low too ranging from 7Cc to 81 25 If you want nn nll round Summer Shoo nt little coat try a pair I SEVERANCE de SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I prcL ALLENFCURKAN IIwtl1 utDa preliminaries Bla88Advocatc dayJESSE rnnchfrom ESCAPChiefof himI genItlemantateJournal printI CONTEsrMr ABeaziey HobI White 1 SOMETHING new In rockers Tribble Pence SolIBEST selection of Cut Glass and id Silver flatware at W H Muellers CAROS25 nicely printed visitingj cards for 25c 50 for 35c or 100 for 60c This office- THE Ladles Aid Society of the Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs Hugh Reid at 3 oclock Friday after noon UNLESS sold privately before I will sell on court day a fresh Jersey cow and calf She Is without a fault and a mortal gooo one H J McRoberts TUB statements of the three nation al banks of Lincoln county appear on our fourth page Rend them and see what solid institutions we have in our midst DAN MILLER who killed Zack Ward at Pittsburg and who was recently given a Ijfe sentence was brought here Sunday to remain until the court of appeals acts on his case MR K L WHITE ofthe Hubble vaclnity has three large Texas Pecon trees which he planted 20 years ago They bloomed In 1805 and are again inI bloom but have never borne any so far Mr White is still hopeful of good results from them however and spares no time in caring for them SPRINGS PENINGOlym- plan Springs near Mt Salem will have Its opening for the present season on June 8 9 10 and 11 Meals furnisher at most reasonable rates with strawberries served in any way you wish them Water free Come and have a good time The Liberty band will be withusF M Sims prop To FARMEMWe arc agents for the Proof Hemp Binder Twine which is warranted to work on any wheat or corn binder It runs 50 feet longer to the pound than sisal or standard therefore a bale of 50 pounds will bind more than 1000 more bundles than a bale of 50 pounds of the test standard the farmer ever used It is warranted absolutely insect proof water or moisture will not rot it it is absolutely free from large or small places and is therefore stronger than sisal or standard muchI be to your advantage to use this E T Pence Co j A LARGE and refined audience heard the Baccalaureate sermon at the Pres byterian church by Rev W L Dorgan of Danville Sunday morning and en joyed to the fullest extent the appro priate remarks of that able divine A special musical program was rendered by the choir and Mrs Julia Craig Dunn sang a beautiful solo She has a re markably sweet voice and her solo was greatly enjoyed Mrs H J McRob erU was at the organ while Miss Ber ta J nn Penny assisted with violin ac companiment All of the in town part in the services which were interesting from start to finish The 10 graduates of Stanford Male Female Seminary were all present and it Is hoped that good given them Hey sermon will not be as seed sown on stonYoground but on the contrary will le val ue to them Additional Local on Second Page PUBLIC SALE I Of McKinncy Ky flouring Mill and a Lot of Personally Amiilinlnlitriitrlx nnd hole heir of the f s Intent JiiiiHK II MeKlnwy clfciii ftlIlwUI UII1PJoHUA JUNK I1 use On tin iireinlMH lit McKlnncy Lincoln K offer nt outcry to till OIIIIItitowltcondition buggy iloulilo ni rr In ImriHk nnd one Imrw grin nml ImrnvKg set of plow seer WIN of aliiKlt lmrnem lot of rill liu milk cow combined IIOTM xlx viiruUl7yowiR hogs n lot of noiiMHolil mxxli rung In pool ort n lotof cnrnii tirn tools lrocllt iw miNI of onto trinv loll tiink and tliut vtilimblo roJ or tvTlwMvKlmiiv Flour Mill and tie Ih deuce unit uviiil f mljnitiit TJin mill In well fitilpHil mid In IIKIII order linn n ro barrel iiimclty of tour mill unlieln o- fnellxrdynndhisastorage cnpiiclty of fijuibiisluIn a eap ieloux corn 11IlIlIllerl wagon wnle oIl from IIi1aIiinstmlleohotis nil under roof n never fnllliuriiiily of water In mill lot TlniliillU feetof tho 0 Hull viiy Had Ix connected with It h y nrlvnte sid line MiKlnneylHtlieneiireit market to n liiruo wheat and corn territory whhh oho ufTcr n largo cuttom crlndlnn Tin1 feed nnd coal buMiUKH connected with tlio tulle proved ronti ble No trouble to market nil products of the will The re ldi ncu In n twontory friimo building of soviii rooms with nil convenient out IIIIIhllllllJTtHMHTlm personalty will he old oil n three month on tote with food Hccurjty bearing Interest trout date The IIIIIJ rml for olllthlni cash re- ualuder In six and month on notes with good Mcurlty hearing Interest from In dank Tltlo perfect Note tobeiilnntlOoVlockAil JltmuK McKlnney Ky Buy MONARCH SHIRTS The Best in Quality Fit and Style t See the New Patterns in our Windows CUfiniNS MCLARY Stanford Kentucky To The Buying Public 1 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 SONTerms Strictly Cash THEWlEABIE TRAM JttttMotuABLE This wonderful Range is now on exhibitionr a at our store and a look is all we ask to con vince you we have the i best the market af fords GEORGE H FARRiS A CODo IStanford u Kentucky W B McRoberts ISTANFORD Sells Kurfccs Ready Mixed Paints Every gallon Guaranteed There is none better Now Spring patterns of Wall Paper White Lead and Linseed Oil Also A Tested iod Sure Bed Bug Destroyer t I ITheInterior Journal I ucondcltP Entered in mattno tilt PottOffice at Statford at lUHIl IIKl TUBHOAYN AND F1UDWM I IOOPER AT YEAR CASH HT When not no paid 1200 will be charged I Recovered UMBRELLAS and repaired and made almost as good as new for a amount I can fix your umbrella better than the tramp repairer and for less money Give me a trial FRANK ATKIHS StantordI For Sale Privately My hou o and 10 acres of land situated just outside of town limit on the Somerset pike House has 7 rooms kitchen and ser rants room good cellar Itable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for Itock J P BAILEV INSURANCE Klro Lightning Wllld1410rllltur nOli I Accident Nolie tIu IIlId- llY h LOWst1og slblp RntcitounrnnttiHl la s IliyliiKaUvc onlUneiiunlleU Ttalk with MAHpNY Stanford Kentucky 1tIdPflCC lhotit NoS2 R A JONESjI DentistS- TANFORD KENTUCKY Office in Myers House Phone No 1 ParlorI SJI H IOONE t CO Proprietors LIVERY fiND FEED STABLE Stanford KvI rOood Livery Service at Reasonable Rates on ulan Depot Street Also Dealers In Goal BD CARTER Successor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KYISpecial attention to Your patronage Is Horses on commissionI Stock Pens In Connection I w1H Mueller Watchmaker and Jeweler I STANFORD KENTUCKY The Idttcst In Jewelry Hllver OutflliisA Vntclifs and Olovks In HtcekI My lino Jnck PEYTONI Ieyton sUywirsold will innku the jitvsont ncuson of IwOiit my stable ut Mor lund JS to Insure it living colt IVytonji colte arts Inriie nml line un sold Inst yiiirH crop of colts ut 175 round I Four of bis colts art on my farm which will sixuk for thiiunol vus and eon wn at any tune will also t the 1I1I1IIIIICtllllll my tine lark BLACK HAWK 2ytiirsold jntI- aL neheA hlllh lie wilt srVtJ nmnl urof mures lit tltoliikurtn living colt j Money iln t when colt Is foulnl or nniro trudfd or purled with Not responsible for Hccldviits or t4ii ptA n H KIn Morflnnd Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy ready made clothing when there Is 10 little difference In the price of high grade ready made euiti and a suit made to jout measure taken by an ex perlenced tailor I have a handsome good I can make from a low price business suit to the finest Mess unit Also Spring overcoats and trous ers Tho company I represent U one of the best I also have a line goodi I make up nw lf for those who prefer it H C RUPLEY the Tailor J K BAUGHMANS NABOTH By Nnbotb bay thrfeeyearsold and a much finer borse than his sire so w known In thU part of the State as a breeder at speed style und durnblllty Dam Nom Nor vat bv Novat 211 a win of Electioneer 123 Nora NorvaP Unt dam by Metropoli tan son of Hambletonlan 10 sire of George Wllkes and Electioneer Id dam by Mambrl no 3rd dam by Oliver 4th dam by 1by10dlVIdualjlwith Jil5 peedon 2i93 Sln2i30 Hummer BI12 U a son of the renowned Electioneer and save oni Is the only son of Electioneer llylngthat Isoutot a George AVIIkes mare and with the exception of Arlon It the only Ion standing In Kentucky that has a 2 performer to his credit Hummer Jrt darn Is by the great Lord Kusiell dam Oodlva by Auditor 7- 73HAPSBURG 509 Weal coach sulllon 101 hands high by 4Inp Qlosterand out ot a mare by Wonder Anyone wishing avery high bred couch noise to breed on standard brea mares Mr getting style speed and action should set this hor- seJESSE ALVERSONSh- etlandt Vine Individual good breed fir stylo and action Allot these horses vrllt stand at 110 to 101 lure a living colt NAPOLEONW- ill also stand my Jack Napoleon at 110 to insure wares andIO br the season from to July for aregrazed at S3 per month which In all cases roust Iw before they are removed Care taken to prevent accidents but not re ponslble should anyoocu i BAOQimAN MaUonTlIleKy t Hnvo your rolls ellSI rated by Ti F GROSS Iwnchprsvlllo Ky tini wvllknown bts trutor of horses ami lIIrat doctor Hatls Izct1on KljllrnlllrI DaJl Traglor CIALIR IK tflilskn Brandy Wines Beer Gloars Etc aroW STANFORD KY Prompt snipoltts attention Nolhlnf but the baa to drink Mail phona cr tttigtspb orJtrs receive ronpt attention It RESTORATIVES CURES NERVOUS DEBIUTTT lee worll admires men who are ftnmu In pllyJ1taL mental and nerve fouci mf n or ambition personal magnetism tilt t ru1re of pftlrft manhood hth7Wimprelopmntana mk lle worth IiIg NervesCurflee ritrlln SIeepIlCsis and Other tnxibleidu to rwork muktntrdrTifr nablis mntothPvuea iake rich hralthy Wxnl an4 rvptrv waited nrrrawom n IIokIpI free uanror 1IIIor oorIptld with a guar set to reNni Ifflol cervO orbnf led rtrrtn MEDICAl ASSOCIATION CHICAGO u a A FOB SALE AT PESNYfl DRIb STORE Are You Coming door window ereon and scr tn Icrn Klume VlcklfHOIlHtov Ijioe Shnilo Pol Kxtennlon ltrtirk CiirHt Hug Mnttlnm rortltrnS turthtn IItr trhrallIrlltJt P4tr4c1irs i4oruI llrunlii to rvmnrr niitrr fie from floor Iy- Mellon iiiiowe CsIrIkt tIiI irVi liiVs1XYrmi h Ktalim nnd Kniitni Pictures Kniiiml MoulillngSj Mats lliiHA Hiig lfi ymf nnd tllre COlli ntit s II you clln name ooinethlnic w dllllot krip 3ooI llv ITJ Plenty of hnuA nnd Iminilin nnd feed xclloml uflthttokitiit IIIIlulItIlentv of horif nnd lw l Tlrlnn done Pruitt BrothersMorelnnd Ky POSTED We whose names appear below strictly turbid hunting fishing or any kind of ire passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Relchenbtch Bros Fred VonOruenlganAlbert VonOruenlgan Fred VonAllman Fred Baumann Alfred Simpson George Holmes Miss Mattie H Howes E RelchenbaCh Charles Gumming Jos Ration A O Dunn fi M Holmes W EAmon W R Daugherty M J Hoffman U D Elmore Peter W carter J Nevln Carter J E Bruce w F Shomaker Thomas Ferrlll Green Ferrill F J Coon John B Oamenlsch BamTrowbrldge A D Root Charles Ensslln Frank Oordlcr Mrs W O Welch Peter Balmer isL Beazley Co TJiidertaKers and Kmlialm erStAlso Dealers iu Fur niture MattiugsItugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY tce3T Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in IlaruessSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Ofllee Phone 107 Home PlioneSS DORSEY GOLDDUST 12055 Full brother to KxteMt 3ltfl Hired by lleudl iolddunt 4lii by iolildtut Ia by Vermont tirgiiii till III by Xlliiulliiii Arulilnn Rtiilllon- DormyColddiiHt mill in In Klortncn liydoN den Ml n Olilif a foii ot hi ITs Morniui ninkliiK him nn IntcnmOy Inbred MorKim italllouikHCtiKllilK from lltllI Mnrmiiioil iKitli Hides the tCI fiiinlly of rond hor in known lorbty flolddtmt Is dark Iwy black liolntt toil hands welijliM j II iMiiuuls t proven Put uniform brrrder IIr hlulielnia flltIIll Kimtern horses Out IiitIiig nil t lift iiinilltlfH for liiiriuiw nml nuddl and Ita In ilennind lit top prices The champion siiiii It nil coiiililinil of tin Aiiierleaii bore liowi4ll ttUIT ljIiiek O lllnmonds stend ill liIi It TWIil or hlN colts have Hold for over lIlJ In till punt two yearn His srvlee olTirol fur ise than any lionmof bU pnxluelm 1IUlllt In Ken lucky VIII Htaiid at lilY farm zlS miles Plk01tSroll droiie or Jour iirted with IJrlIlr Maren kept nt iwriluy on Krnsi No ra sxin lbllty for aecldents or VHcapeM ThU Inst of can and hnndllntf Klven Address K JUa II Ntnnford or IIl1nvllll1 ICy FARMERS DEPARTMENT C C Worthington of Boyle got 7c for a bunch of choice lambs H Baughman Co sold to J T of London a carload of hay 1J 11 on the cars here Government report on cotton the reduction in acreage at 11s and tho crop condition at 772 I have and will have some goof young work mules and business horses for sale Josiah Bishop ilustonvill KySThe English Oaks worth 25000 was won by Cherry Lass The mount or Mahar the American jockey was third Twelve started My bull Bob Quis stands at 150 cash with return privileges Unless cash accompanies order no servico will be rendered John Bs Camenlsc Stanford The wheat crop outlook in Tennessee is gloomy indeed Reports rcceivi jut the State Bureau of Agriculture during the week indicate that Tent ease will do well to make even half a cropThe Foreman a long shot won the Latonia Derby Saturday by the narrowest or margins from Hambrigh Miss Alice Roosevelt attended the races and showed enthusiasm in the sport The largest shipment of export cattle ever made from Harrison county leCt the other day for Baltimore thence to England There were head of cattle and it took 33 cars to hold then The cattle were bought at prices rang ingfronI5to6cICo of Mt Sterling sold to C 0 McDonald agent tor Swift Co of Chicago 497 shopfe cattle at lie The cattle will nverag 1130 pounds and the sale will UIe proximate 30000 The cattle will be shipped East in a solid train of 25 cars Ed Hulett of Jessamine county in speaking of the value of the milk cow and the income to be cferived from them when they are of good stock told or two cows he has on his farm that arc probably the best in the State says the Ilarrodsburg Herald From the milk of two cows he says his wife churn pounds of butter each month one cow producing 40 and the other 20 pounds This butter If all sold would bring 15 each month on the open mar ket or a yearly income of 180 Besides this income from these two cows they have the skimmed and buttermill to feed the chickens and hogs n fattening material that is useful Carroll Reid trainer of the Waldecl Stable thinks that The Picket winner of last years Brooklyn can be got ready for the Suburban in which he is engaged with Delhi this season Brooklyn winner and very nearly every other good horse in America says thi New York Telegraph An ulcerated jaw interrupted The Pickets preparation for last Thursdays great race The horse was sulTering so acutely Mr Reid found it necessary to throw hin out of training for a week ahead of the running of the Brooklyn The jaw h well now but it will be a hard matter to get the Falsetto colt into condition for a race to be run on the 15th or June and meet good racers that have been hardened by six weeks steady work and racing He will howover make the effort and it is safe to figure The Picket as a Suburban starter If ho is not screwed up exactly Mr Reid figures that a race will not do him great harm It will help to fit him for later engagements The Picket is in the Advance and the Commonwealth and Karl Jungbluth his owner likes to see tim run Cuban Diarrhoea U S soldiers who nerved In Cuba luring the Spanish war know what his Unease Is and that ordinary rein dies have little more effect than so mch water pub an diarrhoea almost as severe and dangerous as a ulld ntttifk of cholera There is ono cmedy however that can always bo epended upon as will bo seen by tho ollowing certificate frptn Mrs Minnie iiLobs of Houston fexashI here by certify that Chamberlains Colic holern and Diarrhoea Remedy cured ly husband of a severe attack of Cuban diarrhoea whjch ho broughthoino from Cuba We had several doctors hilt they did him no good Out bottle of this remedy cured him as our iclgbors will testify I thank God for so valuable a medicine POI ale by jyno Bros Crab Orchard Ky a Two Congressmen discussing the iscomforts of travel happened to ranch off on to the ness One of them said Talk about seasickness the fellow that traveled with me on my last European trip beat anything I ever met in my experience I tried all sorts remedies on him but without avail He kept repeating Oh am so sick I am so Finally I cried out Cant you keep anything on stomach Onlf my hands Tom only my sands Harpers Weekly t Sprained Ankle Stiff Neck Lame Shoulders These nrg three common ailments for which Chamberlains Pain Balm is specially valuable If promptly ap plied it will save you tlineKmonoy and utTering when troubled with any one of these ailments For sale by Lyne DroslCrab Orchard Ky r Mothers Devotion- To her children Is one of the Juost beautiful things In life When they are sick the wiso mother who ha taken tho pains to study their best interests promptly gives them Dr Call wells laxative Syrup Pepsin It quickly relieves pain and foyer am can never do anything but good Try It Pennys Drug Store Stanford C W Adams Hustonvlllo Sixteen warships will commence a si days attack on the defenses of Wash ington and Baltimore June 11 in order to demonstrate the strength or weak ness of some particular parts of the defenseTwo men are dead two mortally wounded and several injured as thc result of a shooting affair which oc curred yesterday a few miles cast or Lee City Ky Robert Wolff six years old tried to walk across tho river at tho foot yesterdaHerescued lkliOrt of the Condition of The National BanK of Hutonvlle nt Hnitwivllle In tlu J4tntoaf KVntuoky iii thecloioof bu lntui Mny S 116 HII1KtI Mintnnil DHixwnt irt SI nvnlriift iurv l and uiivounil 1lrlllonds to waure flretilntloit- nunklmt 111 III hounefiirnltuniiniid fix ttirtt 2M73itatfi Dm from Xutlniinlllnnk iintrt cern COIlIwU1tI11IIDuo Inllll mUle Honk A Hunkers IITII Due fromnpprovvd roovrnlllIb ii2II P Checks and othur cash llxnis ri a Notes of other ntl lllllllllIIkll 1t II Knietlonnl piiHr ciirrtnoy nlek- Ph lit ttiits 51 jtwtul Mousy llewrvp In Hank Vlst HptHlo 111118 tt fngnltender notHs IpIC in If11 KnltMiiptlotifuml with U 4 Trenv linir II 1111117 H t MAHIIITIK- Onpltnl I Klook jinld hioIJIIIIIIHiirpliu filtulM- Undivided OJIII ell prollt IUM UXIWIIIM- Snnd tnx ruild rt Niitlonnl Hunk notes oiit tiuilliiK DUK t i other Niitlonnl Iliinks II 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liii iCohi itt I lie lItC IOwnlrlllllIIIIlIr1 1I1I111I1ICIIi H HoniU to Mrnrti circulation mIUII lankliiK IKHHO fli mit tin nml ilx ttine IIHIIII front Nil tI Bit uks not rv crt iigtiiti HlUiM from Htati HankM A llankcni 7 w Iii from iipprovtd rfMrvtumrntu ItIiT JitckHuul othiTciMh IttniiH 111111 iotis of filhcr Nntlonul Itnuks to ui YrncUoIIIIIIIIIIrcUrnIIlClIkkl Jiwful Money lliwrvt III Jtnpk vl HHpi SlUrjllll ugiItinlvr iiolte 11111 11ICi II filfin ptloli fund wit It H Trent urer 15 per ft of Ilreulntloni SfM ID PK77II Vi UA1IIUT1KH- lapllnl HltKk paid In t MfM U- Itirplui fund IIiiil D- ITiullvlded proms lice MXWII nnd taxes pnld IJID si Nil Hank noteHouttandliiK jIJ iiiti tin to other Nat Hank SIII111 in Jltll toHtnlo IJankH nnd- llnnkirn UHOT- 7ndlvldual tli slU nub itt t to f heck 191JSH SIIIHUI II stJjjl Htiiti of KMitiUky oiiittyof Mncoln mi I M tin itt Cashier of tho nliovtiniimed lIk do MilKiinily nrlhllt tlui nliovii Is true t the my kllllw- itllllCIIIIIllIcf W jfIIIIIIIUT JIIMll- llrMuhrlhllIlut sworn to lefort tim this ml iliiy of Jum listS J J 11J11ortAN I l rttttAtJ 1I0wI1 HJI h4hn like W U WOlklr ilrtitOre t Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Company t Stanford KyI bllnltordTrsoJs Iroot barn sad other bullJlogt In ooJ rUI mali Bslils Uhnnxli lOscrc la eultiysttoa Icr fruit tlOft rest la gnu nought st eommlMloitrs Sill st bargain and cat b solilst bsrfsla Clue to Kbool ant church lrlc tn per scr lanI uJjohniog sold for fid and fU ret lIa balD No 6380 sense 10111111 Uralrlund 1e- o1ln Perry countr Ky on lIup Vine Crttrlbutsrrof the North Fork 01 Ksaluek river tour veins oreo1 vsr1nj In thlckoru Irom 11 to Ita feet lllrtr nnlblo the mouth ol stMTcrt k A rslliosl Inuntyeil within this mlli of ulil property lbs traitor roniUU ot ok etc TlUs perfect Will Nil or sithsoge oi salt Unas No tl7A Blr two torjr tight room frame dwrlllng dUnlord two noi cllsr- with concrete Soot good gsnia well In kitchen negro tsliln on place bleh rtnti for tl len month Th dwiilng rents fur IK per month This prop crty It In good repair end on be liouiUt far So UFsrm 171 seres ipltndld bluegrtM Isnd In Unraln county Two story 9 room stone mlilenn- S ttnsnt homen turn room fur oYer tasa4 ol stock and ill other DKcusrjr outbuilding ill In fnaj resale Clot to xhool pestoinro sad In good nrlghborbou1 400 arm In culiltstlon ret In 5rasi sod tl etc Thli Is sn deal country home M alt rontsnlenrei on plsce f fNoirrre lug contains seven rooms Large barn and all cwarjr outbuilding Fences hid bultlllllC1lo llnI did repair Well watered XlfeJtiWU No StiSO acre nfliinl ks Ix mllMtroiu railroad and mile trout Arksnui anresoriana U ricer bottom Is 1111orNo tlA farm Of 304 acres coUDtr three good dwelling t good turn ud bitlldlDgi each houte barn sic atwul the canter of 100 acres All on county row h tails from church school and poelolBce Lell11 and well watered ThIs U a good would suit two or thrx ftmUlee that might wsnt lo corns from thetama oelghlorhood Pries rewonabts No M Tetut frame dwelling of six rooms two hills vs rinds well at door sad ill elect- flenruary outbuildings Also laiy bla kialth bol GIIdO length of Ibp ant 10 fist wide Tots iror rt7 will be mid at a rerjr low Vitro Mo A farm olIn lens four raIls from Hun lord on beat pike In the county well vatind fnc trod dwelllnc fronts pits all ntcf irv outbuildings A Unjhl blu graCe farm aol only W mlnulesilrlt from county seat Owner of tint lion lloIDlnl this bai reoeotlf refuted Ill MI Ices We otter this st MTBO No M Fifty arrea aar Ileaaant Point Ky Praia bouM rooms and rcb tarn and olbei outbolMliiici I acre In rultlTatlon ret In life Well watered 9 yard from r toSJc whao1 ami church liywlionpIks and In uu4 com woolly Vitro ttM- Ho IS 9M acre farm J mile of Crab Orchard Ky BrIck dwlilot a rooms two tenaat bouws two burn well pnTaprlnt near dwelllnt Firm In high slat ol cultlratlon 190 steve rlftr bottom lanil twhl fenclnc troll tie intro tlM an sera No rA nICe arm st Ift bunt wrtl Inprov eJ weN waters etc IrKe hO 14 6s ai its nf lanj on Janettnwn reaj smith of DunnvHIe coo ICfi In rultlvatiuii about tj att tiaberend fettle gnats A Urje new frame dwell lot its an oil Jwetltnr on place A new tarn sal two oU sees II Is well watered anj ths fenclnc rooJ On roil Irkelicoo No ivoi Inlet ot cotton lanj In Mlulitlpp There l rutteftlnn ol covnlry whkh oilers so 1OrIUnlUn for rrabtaW Invettnent as the Mjttfa nuw filly deecribet AI Pto VaHey the tlnrer Is becontn IIOrt vale aMe all the time lot thercaun thatHtmber people from the Notth bet the supply ol timber h lad Jlralnls bine art ronttanlly Increatmr their pet chaws of timber lanlt In the South lhntheWm bet II removed lIItanJ U unequalei for agrKuKu lal urpo ev II will produce a talc ol cotton la th acre or will grow any other klnJ of Clop ralMj in the temperat lOne The soil neck no rerulliers sitS gives a ylJ whkhcannotbe cicelleJ U esareto r till U perfect and thi man who urI u farm an4 timber tanS at present races It making an In vettinent that he will never regret This di vided Into tracts ranging Iron 40 acres to the tract to acrto the teat an4 rlkn from Ii per acre to St6 per acre accorjlne tn location etc W are authorlie4 by the company who owns these anSi to lisle that at other parties ire considering the purchase of Ihet un4t that we oiler thesi facts Sub et prior tale wtthJrawal from market or chince In prke wlthont notice However when notified Iby111 any tract out of market long enough for th purchater to Riak an Investlsttkui Abwt uuuo acret of thltlan4 hat been ioUly the Corn pany tine reclve4 thlt option lurihr par kuhn call at our office Vo 4A ran ol litJ seres In Cue county Ky Do and one hill story dwalllig with six room good burn and other outbuilding hOtly cur lo tulllTatlon 45 acres In timber fruit tree tc Lays well on county rod clot to chutthea Mhooletc Jrltl only 1100 Also a 50 barrel mill In Mrrcer county Kj on Salt Illvrr Slum power new up todrtle In every pirtloul r and dwell lug with Improvements 10 acre of fine aud close to Southern railroad Price ID 100 No 19 toJ serei of land near Crab Orchard heap You see us you let out your house carriage end roof painting Paper banging a specialty We have samples paper from leading of the can soil you wall cheaper than you steel It Rituals furnished on ap street it No loPoiranresofhint mat a nlca onl story six rouse mme dwelling In McKlnoey Krt water okln kitchen and fatuity mete barn slid all necessary Plan well fenced and In good repair llouMsloncnHt I4M sat Is compinstiroly new andwe on7 aik 11O for Iba wbol property Co Mna of Iii aces la Cseey Two story frame outbulldlngt two good mi oUlII In good rsialr SpIenid toooi land ant good community st two No Slrsimof IISarrwlB Catef rouotr A nsw two ttorr I room frame dwelling leo old dwelling In lair condition llarns inS other out buildings On county road iplendld tobacco land well watered two wells aprlof sic This Is ails sirable home rrlceII6IJ nisburtDwellingand bolllllolt In gaol fephIr ProiucUt lime ilontland good ethlnrhoodcloe to school IrlcwIOONo tooth cslur ash II acres Iced nr fsiiI well and iprlur fencing lOlNIIIICeINo story frame dwelling 7 rooms hall sat rersnda garden and house la good repair 011 or rant lrlc reasonable No Farm of iris situated near Kintt timbertMlIn 11rUIschool peeioftc ml C K 5101 lroperly IN plkaol county road aol the most Hlralol- earmla that section WI will sell the shot latin lor ti tm or la parrels of rot IMI than M acres to lullpurchaser This It certainly cheep property liedInIngi 2 welli In yard splendid orchard and 3 tl lrlwlA0Na ldrew Central Kentucky Steal Illale Ci Title Co Wapesebcirgty byneverNo UllonMsnd Irtstrrcof land In ney Ky Nr oulbulldlngt TeoHng god and well watered Will tell this plsc on e iy urns No 1i acre of mod land tit roomt twa story dwelling well watered gond tenting It the tuburU otihe fliT el Slanlord to Irs4d h01ll1IIIsnd In KlngtTllle Ky large tarn 04k house rpeulrltINo 0TnacrvsflinItwo front cat 001Iludagood two stable buggy boute enoke bout te- A good welli o pies alma gw 4 mill sa the place ago l cnuher In tell It It run by nil urolln which la a great and In dim Itln gond repair Will tell the property at a lo- wSguiorlqaali No U Iaio hoIst Urge runes double TertB Iaa ballwty Etc A lards 2 story storsroool ronung tueel 90 eel tram hoteit up stair suiu tUforuw log SnlcwcolUgr nlrely urplIa and palnle1 rooms snd IernjafaebA large barn on urns lot ery ttabie hoOd ttrden Vacant lot adjoining 54 feel front by fNt deep All of Ibis property It In taadaa Kj monyloprielot r month otIOI or nl health of bis wit only lIblDltorNo 71A ale lour room cottage water In kitchen A food Urn toil house e u and a good price Pricwt 2t 73t small farm of IS of good land tented loss la Iowa Irks Uw all acres la Allen county Ky on rail road and pike about 50 acre cultivated about US In timber and grass and about ItO In gras Timber on place Is cut to U shingleathe place twice over A large part is fenc Id There are four duelling of I roomt each and one store of twostorlrs with room above has wells cud spring of water It la tobaccoIcountyKyyears ago water power uptostatemeal bolt The Is of i year run II acres with the mill Including what Is with the house of 3 rooms All for 1810 or 15 too for the mill and 11 acre hiss tine trade No mill In 10 mlllfNo frosettsof tsni sear Junction Uycut In levis Sell V arla tulilulloatiD griM a 4Ike youngorchard and oee grape har- bora hi Party told 2 to polundlll- Ira lait year Well watered and fnnD good loto school anti churches A Iwoetory room fruit dwelling good barn cribs cit IIID- looJ repair Price WMO- No SCG acre ol unlmprored lint In lroa ountyMe ijniilis front Sittlon on ron Iountan tool Will sell szebsng fu- PrulrI In Uncoln county The Glbralter of Rockcastlc County j Financial Institutions CITIZENS OF BRODHEAD KY1iOilers to the People n SystemAccounts Individual Firms and Corporations Solicitedt I Give U5 your husillCM anti we guarantee n pleasant and profitable rela tio- ulaya per cent interest on all deposits of 8100 or more when left in the hank on 111I0t checked upon lor n period of six mouths sJ W HUTCHESON Cashier JI 1 To popularize their iicwjuisincs in new buildingH with New Stocks and New Lines being added I G Weatherford Co t IIUSTONVJLLK KENTUCKY Asks you to ntll and you will be convinced that they cane feather your nestum NOTICE should before three houses can KuaranteedJ 11 county 1Two tearing acre ticulars change MrRla economy iuedMll arrrt A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRobcrU Drug Store in the Owsloy Building r i