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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 23 1906 NO 7 1 liON MlNNELL WILSON I Of Hopkins county known as Walking Mun by his colleagues In tho Lower house at Frankfort lie will muko the race for Congress against lion Owiloy Stanley THE STRENUOUS LIFE Results In Stomach Troublus and Physical Breakdowns Mr Penny Offers Simple Remedy The itrcmioua life of modern times forces people to rush through their meals hastily hurrying from the table la the mad rush for the almighty dollar Tlio result is Inoomplcle dlgistlon Inilammatlop of the wall of tho tom uch and lock of err tton of the gas trio Jnlcosi ending in chronic stomach trouble and nervous breakdown now much tetter It would U to oat more slowly euro the stomach t ouble with Mlona uud soon regain perfect health Tho headache Hlceplosness nervous troublos pnln biter eating speck before tho lIyea hUQknoh inpl uncholy antI gloomy foreboding would t Ixi noon overcome and Perfect health would bo restored Proper tnmtoWMt of the weakened digestive syskn with Mlonnwlllptlro every lIlIe of stomach trouble The result of this treatment lire c o R ton ishlng and BO pronounced that those who have tried it never full to nppre Hate Iw value ait n healing nyout j + bo ivIlHbU is Miona In curing till form of stomach weakness and trou bles that Mr Penny given u signed truarnnleo that the remedy will cost nothing unless It animus Rnoh box of ollo na sells for 60 cents and U in valuable to anyone who HUlTurn wllli indigestion nervousness Of week stomachEd colored was taken from the jail nt Chattanooga by a mob of 75 men and hanged to n beam of tho ty bridge over tho Tennessee river TheII ropo broke and tho Negros body nnd the mob quickly riddled him with bullets Sheriff Shipp and tho jailer were locked in a bathroom while the mob secured the prisoner Johnson had assaulted a white woman and was under n death sentence but tho U S Su preme Court granted a stay of execution iClears the Complexion Orino Lnxltlvo Frull Syrup stimu lates anti thoroughly elonsus tho sys tem and clears tho complexion of pim plea mid blotches It U thu lest laxa tive for women nnd ohlldrcn as It t mild and pleasant anti does not gripe or sicken Orino Is much superior to pills aperient waters and nil ordinary cathartics as it dotes not Irritate tho stomach anti bowels Pennys Drug Store No muttr what happens good bad or indifferent n Kentuckian seems to bo mixed up with it Even Telegraph Operator Lively who caused tho terri bio wreck on tho Rio Grande was from Munfordaville Ky Frankfort State Journal It will not cost you a cent to try Chamberlains Stomach nod Liver Tablets nnd they are excellent for stomach troubles and constipation Get a free sample nt Dr W N Craigs the popular druggist nt Stanford Ky I see Robinson riled again married his first wifes sister II Yes lie said ho didnt want to havo to break in another motherin law Judge s CHURCH MATTERS Rev 1 M Omer will preach at Mc- Cormack church next Sunday at 230 p IItRev E 0 Hobbs of Wilmore will preach at Ix gans Creek churcli Satur night ahd Sunday morning Ida Bishop Uurton of Lexington will preach at the Presbyterian churchon Tuesday evening March 27 nt 730 All are Invilltl- Hepresentnt1ve Smith introduced a bill appropriating 2700 to reimburse the Christian church of Campbcllsvillo for damages done by Federal soldiers during tho Civil War Rev O O Green has tendered his resignation as pastor of tho ML Vernon Nuptial church in Woodford county to accept a call to the pastorate of the Compton Heights Baptist church at St Louis Tho Baptist church and Baptist parsonage which adjoin at Lebanon Junction valued at 0000 were burned to the ground Tho fire was caused from a defective furnace There was 2600 inauranru Wo ore In receipt of n program of tho Fifth Sunday meeting which will behold with tho Baptist church nt Liberty April 27 23 29 A number of promi nunt pastors nod church workers are down for sermons nnd talks John D Rockefeller was likened by a member of his sons Bible class Sunday to Moses Washington and Lincolnand yet Moses led his people to the promised land Washington couldnt toll n lie and Lincoln abolished slavery Boston Globe The first place of worship in Western Australia was unique in two respects the materials of which it was built and also the several purposes to which it was devoted This remarkable build ing was mado at Perth by soldiers soon after their first arrival in 1820 and was composed almost entirely of bul rushes In addition to Its uso on Sun days for divino worship it occasionally served us an amateur theater during the week and during the whole time as barracks MATRIMONIAL Henry Tnib a welltodo farmer of the Ottenhcim section and Miss Rosa Ullman of Ottenhcim will be married F Rock president nnd general manager of the Lynn Camp Coal Company of Grays and Miss Monio Irathcr of Richmond were married Wednesday Matt Preston and Miss Ella Parsons drovo to Lancaster Into Thursday after noon and were made one The groom Is the clever fireman for J R Beazleys rock crusher while hit bride Id tho pretty daughter of Mrs W II Par sonsCOIINS CuitEDCorn Exit will posi tively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and wo absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whoso corns aro not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky Mrs America McWhorter aged 84 is dead InLaurel I y INEWS NOTES known over Central Kentucky committed suicide with car bolic acid nt Cynthiann Representative George R Patterson of the Twelfth Pennsylvania district died suddenly at Washington John J Harbison president of the wholesale saddlery house of Harbison Gathright Louisville died suddenly Posses are after five Negroes who killed a white railroad boss near Mary villc Tenn A running fight with the fugitives took place Miss Josephine Hamilton Nicholls of New Orleans has been named sponsor for ho South at tho coming Confeder ate reunion in that city While defending himself from an at tapk made by rioting Italians a rail road construction foreman killed seven men with a crow bar at Marion N C John Brown was fined 10 in the Fay ctto circuit court at Lexington on the charge of horscstealing having entered a plea of guilty with mitigating circum stancesA is on foot in Lexington to convert tho present C and 0 passen ger station which Is soon to be dis carded Into a railroad Y M C A building The Court of Appeals affirmed the Leslie Circuit Court In tho case of Bud Asher and Ran Asher each given life for the murder of Chas Taylor former vice presi dent of tho Industrial Mutual Deposit Company at Lexington who was con victed of embezzlement was granted a new trial Ono thousand dollars has been col lected in Owen county as a license on vehicles and the amount has been added to tho turnpike fund to bo used in bettering the condition of the coun try roads The head and arms of Myrtle Cross were torn ofT while working In McBride Brothers bakery at Washington Ind lie was feedinga dough mixing ma chine when his hand caught beneath the roller and was dragged to instant deathLate reports from points in the South are that the cold wave was more severe than at first reported In many places Ice was n quarter of an inch thick and cotton and corn just planted havo been killed The loss to the peach crop Is completeThe of Johann Most the anar chist was cremated in Cincinnati There was no religious ceremony but some of Mosts comrades delivered brief ad dresses before the cremation Mrs Most will take her husbands ashes to New York nnd the memorial meeting is to bo held there in a few days Tho worlds record in blindfold type writing contests was broken at the National Business Show nt Chicago by Miss Rose L Fritz of New Yorkwho wrote 4t007 correctly in minutes The total number of words written was 1457 but 450 mistakes were made When sho won her championship medal in New York Miss Fritz wrote 3857 words in CO minutes Judge IL C Warren is in receipt of tho following letter Any information from our citizens concerning relics will bs gladly received by the judge The committee on Relics for Homo Coming Week in Louisville Juno 13 to 17 inclusive desires that all counties in the Stiito of Kentucky mako a dis play of their relics on tho balcony pf the armory during above named period mill you nro urgently requested to send to this exhibition what you can in the way of relics of families and persons of the earlier days of Kentucky Relics will be given all possible care while in possession of the Homo Coming Week Committee and will be carefully boxed and returned to owners with freight or express charges paid each way by the committee Kindly indicate at once what you will send Charles Thurston Johnson chairman of committee on rel ics 207 Columbia Building Louisville Ky Always Keep Chamberlains Cough Remedy in the House II Wot would not be without Chant berlains Cough Remedy It is kept on hand continually in our home says Y W Koitrney editor of the Independent Lowry City Mo That is just what every family should do When kept on hand ready for Instant use a cold may be checked at tho out set and cured in much less time than after it has become settledlln thin sys tem This remedy Is without a peer for croup in children and will prevent the attack when given us soon us the child becomes hoarse or oven after too croupy cough appears which can only bo done whenltho remodo Is kept nt hand For stile by Dr W N Craig the popular druggist at Stanford Ky Bobbie Mamma men awful scarce when you married papa or did you just feel sorry for him Judge LANCASTER Monday n county court day Our postofficc has been greatly im proved by several changes in the fix turesIt quite probable that tho night and morning passenger trains will run every Sunday under the Spring sched uleThe Masonic lodge will move Into tho thirdstory of tho Citizens Bank build ing and will spend several hundred dol lars for new furniture carpets etc The grand jury adjourned Wednes day having found indictments for many misdemeanors Quite a number were returned against worthless Negroes un der tho vagrant law The city council will likely put the lid on after the next regular meet ing This will closo nil stores barber shops etc on Sundays a movement most of tho merchants would like to seeMrs Aleck Sutton died at her home In this vicinity after an illness of sev eral months from tuberculosis aged C5 She leaves two daughters Mesdames Taylor House and Lloyd Bourne and twosons Butler and Samuel Sutton A mass meeting was held ht the Presbyterian church the object of which is to inaugurate n butter era of good citi zenship and arouse tho people to a more active and aggressive interest in muni cipal reform and the general establish ment of civic righteousness- The blind tiger operators are still un der cover and Lancaster has never been so dry as ut present For a while the sale of liquor was almost as open as under the license system but the officers have decided to enforce the law and our town is now thoroughly within the provisions of the law Mrs Louis Landram is visiting her sister Mrs A II Rice in Louisville Theo Currey and H M Ballou attend ed the funeral of Mrs Gaines in Dan ville Mesdames C D Powell and H C Hamilton have returned from a visit to friends in Louisville Col W S Ferguson is over from Covington look ing after his large farm The case against Will Ward for kill Ing Henry Patterson was called Mon day morning and it required but little time to select a jury from the special venire of 60 men summoned from Mad ison county A great deal of proof has been introduced and the speaking be gan yesterday The Commonwealth is represented by lion Charles Hardin Judge M C Saufley County Attorney Robinson and lion Robert Harding while the defense is conducted by Hon R II Tomlinson J Mort Rotewell and W I Williams HIGHLAND Rev G II Cannon filled the pulpit of Rev Ebright who was ill last Sun day Died a few days since at her home on Grten River Mrs M H Yocum formerly of this place Her death was caused by cancer of the jaw We still get our mall at our postotlko hut it is usually from one to five days late It is more than likely that a pe tition will be circulated asking that the stir routo be put back H F Horton has moved into his new house Una Grnybcals little boy has been sick for some days with spinal meningitis but is somewhat improved Mrs Scott Singleton who has been sick for some time is also better The remains of John Hibbard who was killed in attempting to jump off a freight train as it was passing Kings ville were laid to rest in the Mt Mo riah cemetery after funeral services conducted by Rev C D Evans of Kingsville and the Maccabees FOR SateA pni-ce largo steno room nnd dwelling above consisting of soy eral nicely furnished rooms A good barn and lot and nil necessary outbuild ings The property Is in good repair situated on Main street in Stanford Ky right in tho business portion of town The property will be sold at a bargain and is a splendid opportunity for some one desiring to go in business for tho storo nnd dwelling combined will be a great saving in rent etc Pos session given Immediately For partic ulars etc see or write L R Hughes Stanford Dangers of Pneumonia A cold nt this time if neglected Is liable to cause pneumonia which Is so often fatal nod oven when the patient has recovered tho lungs BIO weakened making them peculiarly susceptible to the development of consumption Foloys Honey and Tar will stop tho cough heal and strengthen the lungs and prevent pneumonia Lti Grippe coughs yield quickly to the wonderful curative qualities of Foleys Honey and Tar There Is nothing just as gpod Pennys Drug Store John Beech while causing n disturb ance in the hotel of tho Salvation Army in Birmingham was thrown down the steps by Clerk W L Ball his neck bo ing broken causing instant death Musical Merchandise Violins Mandolins Guitars Banjos Clarionets Flutes Picalos Fifes cordeons Concerlinas Harps Harrmonophones Music Boxes Talking Machines Edison Victor Columbia UptoDate Records A full line of all above carried also strings and supplies for all Instruments Italian Iviolin strings a specialty Mr J B Finley Formerly of Rudolph Wurlitzer Co now with HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville Kentucky Try our New Poultry and Farm Fence W H HIGGINS CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY I 11JT Dan Hester Agent Stanford Ky 1 aaotrts wt saraos seatrasa ta rI HOME BUILDERS I You are now planning your houso to build this season IDont forget these facts about Tin Hooting 4 FIRE I FIRE FIRE I 1ownerS ion fail to consult me and get prices you on IYOOS HALDRIDCE 11 rr Depot Street Stanford Ky s ft i 1The Interior Journal E C WALTON THOSE who think that Japan exhausted all her resources during the war forget that the little Yankees are very resourceful They have resolved to try the experiment of nationalizing the rhilroads and tho Japan Diet by a twothirds vote has appropriated 250 030000 to buy out the companies now owning and operating the roads The purchase of the entire system of the country it is anticipated will be effect edwithin five years The only govern ment that has achieved fairly good re suIts from Stateowned railroads is that of tho Kingdom of Prussia Perhaps the Japencsc will prove as apt pupils of tho Prussians in the art of railway management as they have been in tho military art TILE trustees of the New York Life Insurance Company have agreed to re fund to the company out of their own pockets the contributions to the republican campaign funds for the last three presidentialelections amounting to 148000 When Judge Parker charged that corporations were being held up by Cortelyou chairman of the National republican commttee for the benefit of the campaign fund Mr Roosevelt showed his teeth and swearing that it wasnt true called the judge a liar in seven different ways The president could hardly have been ignorant of what was going on At any rate he ought to apologize to the judge and ask the public to excuse his bad manners TILE giving of political contributions from the funds of a life insurance com pany by the officers of such a company does not constitute larceny or any other crime in the opinion of William Trav ers Jerome of New York City The distinguished district attorney will please inform a waiting public what arpropriating money that should be paid to widows and orphans does constitute TilE death of Herr Most one of the original anarchists recalls the fact that after one of his outbreaks in New York the police went to arrest him and i found him under the bed That was the beginning of his end Even an archists admire bravery and the absence of it in Most knocked him out as their ideal leader THE Ohio Senate passed the Anti hazing Bill which originated in the House and it now goes to the Governor for his signature The bill provides that any student of any university or school found guilty of hazing shall be fined not more than 200 or imprisoned not more than six months in jail or both NEWS comes that Senator Gorman of Maryland is permanently ill of organic trouble and that his career is probably ended It is hoped that the statement is untrue The Senator has been a wheel horse in his time and his loss would be a destructive one to democracy REPORTS that Chairman Shonts of the Isthmian Canal Commission intended to resign are denied Of course there is no truth in the reports Republicans never resign and seldom die EDITOR LANDRAM of the Lancaster Record has placed us under additional obligations to him When it comes to genuine cleverness Brer Landram is in a class by himself POLITICAL David R Francis of Missouri formerly of Kentucky is mentioned in East t ern papers as a suitable man for the Democratic presidential nomination in name of Charles S Francis of Troy N Y was sent to tho Senate as ambassador to AustriaHungary For merly he was American minister to GreeceCount Witte Russias premier vir tually announces his retirement indi cating that his successor will be Privy Counsellor KokovsolT former minister Dewey before the louse Committee on naval affairs advo cated more big battlesnips for our navy He urged that they be of American design declaring our navy should be creative not imitative Gov Beckham has made the positive statement that he will not for any purpose whatever extend the call for the extra session of the General Assembly Some wanted the call extended to con sider an appropriation for tho James town Exposition The talk of the candidacy of A R Dyche for Congress has spread through out the district and we are reliably in formed that he has received many let ters in regard to his intentions So far Mr Dyche is noncommittal but wo believe receptive London Local t The system of paying county officers in Ohio by fees is wiped out and all county auditors recorders sheriffs proscuting attorneys clerks of courts treasurers will be placed on 1and salaries beginning Jan 1 1907 through a bill which has practically be come a law t J The Senate voted away 140000000 of public funds in 20 minutes this sum being carried by the Pension Appropriation Bil- lSixtysix bills and one resolution received the approval and signature of the Governor Wednesday making a total of 122 legislative acts Thirty seven bills yet remain upon the Governors table for consideration before the close of the week IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Moses Rudford was killed by a cave in in the Tennessee stone quarry near MiddlesboroTho of Education of Middles boro will build a 30000 school build ing this summer A Chicago company has just developed a good oil well in Whitley county near Williamsburg The commissary of the Luke d Drummond Coal Company near Middles bond burned Loss 0000 insurance 4000Judge Thomas II Paynter Senator elect will deliver an address to tho law class of Central University at the dose of the session in June The board of education of Barbour ville has decided to issue bonds to the amount of 10000 for the purpose of establishing a graded high school Charles House and Paul Thomas shot and killed Gib Brown at Williamsburg All parties were railroad Negroes and the shooting occured on the boarding carAt the sixth annual convention of the Grand Council of the Royal Arcanum- at Richmond Louisville was chosen as the next meeting place and officers were elected for the ensuing term A tricounty fair to represent Knox Whitley and Laurel counties is being proposed for Corbin where the three counties meet A company is being projected there and a tract of 46 acres is being considered Articles of incorporation were filed In Covington for a branch of the C N O T P railway to form a connect- Ing link between that road at Sloans Valley Pulaski county and the Cum berland river It will be 25 miles long Johnnie Wayne of Lebanon slipped up behind Stanley Cabbell who was cleaning fingernails with a knife and tickled him behind the ear Cab bell boy threw up his hand and the knifeblade severed the Wayne boys left eyeball Plans are under way for the building of a new dormitory at Union College Barbourville on property purchased some time ago The building will cost about 20000 and will accommodate 100 students A mechanical hall is a possibility of the near future Dudley Conover an employe of tho Kentucky Supply Company Danville was killed instantly by falling from a wagon on which he was working His neck was broken Conover was stand ing on the bed of the wagon assisting another Negro employe unload some sacked oats When in the act of lift ing a sack he lost his footing and fell backward striking his head on the hard wood floor Additional Local SEED oats for sale at E T Pences WANTED bop toyears of ago to learn plumbing trade One that has a common school education and no bad habits I want one that has some itick ata tive ness Apply to S H Aldridge Stanford Ky IK you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Concen trated Crab Orchard Water It will do the work For sale by W B McRob crts G L Penny W N Craig Stanford and C W Adams Hustonville OLD PIPE Marion Sweeney of Mackville Washington county has a pipe which was plowed up in Lincoln county more than 125 years ago andI he has refused he says 100 for Louisville Post All who believe theI above will please stand upINOTICE There will be held a dirt road court at the court house in Stanford Ky Wednesday March 28th at 9 oclock A M and all the overseers ofI said roads in Lincoln county Ky areI requested to meet at the appointed time and place with the judge of the Lincoln county court R C Warren judge r FREE TRIP TO LOUISVILLEThe Re tail Merchants Association of Louis villa will refund in cash to out of town customers the cost of round trip tick ets based on a one and onethird fare on the following datesApril 2 to 14 May 7 to 19 June 11 to 16 For par curare address J V Bcckmann manger Retail Merchants Association Urbaft Building Louisville Ky REPRESENTATIVES of the Cumberland Telephone Co have perfected arrange rncnts to build a line from Stanford to London a distance of 53 miles says tho London Local When tho line is completed connection can bo had direct to all Central Kentucky towns as wells long distance service to Louisville Cincinnati St Louis and Chicago The line connects with the local telephone system at lilt Vernon and a system of telephones will be put in ut Crab Orch ard by the Cumberland Telephone Co which will be connected on this new line Work will begin at once Afflicted With Rheumatism I wits and am yet mulcted with rheumatism says Mr J 0 Bayno editor of tho Herald Addtngton Indian Territory but thanks to Chamberlains Pain Balm am able onco more to attend to business It is the tallrheumatismand you are certain to be more than pleased with tho prompt relief which it alTords One application relieves tho pain For sale by Dr W N Craig the popular druggist at Stan ford Ky- Hardin S Kitchen a wellknown stock raiser was drugged and robbed in Chattanooga his death following shortly A Favorite Remedy for Babies Its pleasant tasto and prompt cures have made Chamberlains Cough Rem edy a favorite with the mothers of small children It quickly euros their coughs and colds and prevents any danger of pneumonia or other serious consequences It not only cureseroup but when given us soon as the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack For sale by Dr W N Craig tho popular druggist at Stanford Ky Gov Pattfaon of Ohio is dangerously ill FOR RENT HotiM nnil lot In Iliutonvllle tradedjliool district foal Improvements unit ood tociitloni or ncrvn ol brui IIho- lor rent If wanted K P Carpenter More nnil Ky FOR SALE Fnnn of SSucrvs good blno grans and to lnceo land has ncres of liiinp on It thli vnr tint balance In grim Knnn one milD rrom Huitonvllle hind ndjolns plki house 8 rooms kitchen buck porch and cittern oenrkitchen Hill now IwrnlSUHfeet For ermi apply to J H MclIAIUlUK Huttonrllle Ky HAVE YOUU colts castrated by T F Gross Crab Orchard Ky tho well known cas trator of horses and horse doctor Phone In fiesh1enccI 35 Farm Mules For Sale All broke and native bred Yeu can see them by calling on rot I G Fix Llvary Feed iSale Stable Danvllla Ky In the District Court of tho 1nlted mates for the KnMeru ilUtflct of Kentucky In bankruptcy In the mutter of Oeoose Hunn Hlmpson bankrupt On this SUtli dRY of MnrchA n on considering the petition of thenfore IIhi Isukrupt for d1clutrge Hind on the bath tiny of March A It It U ordertd by tho court Unit n heiirlni Iw hut upon the same on thu 10th dn of April A before said court lit OOllIlIlon In sdtldl trlctnt oclock In tho fnrenoonor it near thereto us pnictlcubhvuul thnt notice thereof he pubiuiioil one time In TIIK IMTKKIOU Jouiixu n new pnT printed In wild till trict and nil known creditors other pir oom In Interest imiy iippenr ut wild time nnd plncn rand show IlIu1f any they Imvewhy sold petitioner should not lie gntnietit1VILiesstie Honorable AM J Cochrnn JnclKo of xiild Court ami the senl thereof II- IIUhlllond11I said district on the soh uuy of lurchtIihsJo FINNKIdt71erk WCUKMXKTT Dt O MONw t WHITES k 7rT S PPO MgRk PURITY GUARANTEED A peculiar property that distinguishes Whites Concentrated from all other mineral waters Is its certain and positive action upon tho liver and kidneys tho two joint organs through whoso means tho whole system U kept in a healthy condition This water Is a certain cure for Dyspepsia Constipation Headache and all diseases caus by a Torpid Liver Read what the lute Dr Luke P Blackburn whose reputation as a physician anti philanthropist is world widen said in regard to this water In tardy motives and constipation of the bowelsIt all other remedies known to the profession Crab Orchard Concentrated Water will euro moro discuses than any remedy ever used To Whom It May Concern I have used Crab Orchard Concentrated Water and SuIts In my practice for 10 years and I consider thorn the finest remedies on tbfmnrkot as a laxative and purgative and when taken in broken doses u good alterative for Indi gestion Dyspepsia and Constipation It is an excellent remedy W M UooUKS M D Crab Orchard Ky There Is no Crab Orchard Salts nor Crab Orchard Concentrated Water ex copt that trade at Cub Orchard Ky All others pro counterfeit Do sure you cell for Whites Diamond Brand Our goods all hear the above trade- marK Accept no other Our goods aro guaranteed pure and unadulterat ed For sale by all druggists I NEW SHOESIOur Spring Stock In now In and we are ready sinevon a Mrtinlfl Assortment of tho Two Great Uues TUB W AfKORfttinnll It If there atv two better slides on tho market today for mon I 1cent are Up Tb Dnto In Style mail their wearing qualities nro ae rnEI Best Quality of material can make In all the iww lusts and all MfiO to SoOO 1H J McROBBRTS KENTUCKY 1 L at1 t J r sIHAIRClMIIM at tl htbf- ramuM faiaiUnl growth Ktrtr Fall la Hotter hair to It I Youthful Color Cum lp di J bal- rllIm EGGS EGGS EGGS tVnntulotteandKggs delivered freo of to IjimcnMer or Ornlt Orchard Those litter ested art Invited In TIn niy pens nnil set my tock Sire W WhllckYnlr View Poultry Feral A S PRICESurgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRobcrU Drug Store in the Owsley Building For Sale Privately house rtrosut land situated jest outside of town limIts on the Bomeriet pike Home hu 7 rooms kitchen and set rants room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant lathe yard one for stock J P BAILEY rOld Crab Orchard DIstlHtry Whisky Direct from DUtlllerr A or quantity Riot tie Jug or llarrel I2SO li and 14 Orders mall promptly shipped OLD OKAI1 OROIIAtlD W8TILLKHY CO Opposite Depot Crab Orchard Ky INSURANCEInto None but thu HKMTCnmptnhItepresented Lowetlos dole Rates 1111nll nee ordtUnequnlled Tlllk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky llestdencu Phone No VI J W ACEY Proprietor UIVERY flND FEED STflBLE Stanford Kv All Illgi New und Neat Special atten tion to traveling men A share of your patronage Is solicited J II lloonus old stand on Deptt St Phone No 08 Wayntsburg Marble and Gran ite Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Denier In and Manufacturer of Granite Monuments Marble Itulwd Tetter n Hixcliilly Ofllco nml works Wnynenhurg Ky It I 1udeutt Agt u INSURANCEYour are sure to die See and tnlk with It SI Newland who will show you tho policy best adapted to your ago nud circtimstnnccs Claims paid promptly Dividends paid nununlly or deferred K M NEWIANO Agent ruttiul Lifo Insurance Co of N Y Organized 1843 r o 1 Pennys Pennys Pennys Delighted U tho rook that UNW lcnnyn Strictly Pure Extract Of Vanilla We have e4tahli lirla largo trade on our Vanilla duo to the delicate nronm it impart ns well M the economy in ming it Sold in niiy iianiity at 15c an ounce Give itIt trial and wo are awured of u regular cuetoiner Our Kxtractof Lesion nt lOc an ounce has no superior PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Call and get one of these If not mtidictory return it and get your anon oy hack Good for roast turkey ham etc Works on top of stovo as well ill OVCll J GEORGE FARRIS 0 Stanford KentuckyI We are showing some choice patterns in ys Torschon French and German Val Laces O Cambric Nanisook and Swiss Embroideries White Goods of all kinds from 5c to 50c per1I yard A cordial invitation is extended tq the v ladies l tVE Perlritas fc t 11Of OrchardKentucky =lrtI 1 iYyl 4 J oiwHlietanding the ndvnnco in cotton wo nmko these eloio priWIlojl null Uluo Culicots lateen finish 5o yard Frihoy Striped tuid Check Ginglmmi nt 5c ynrd Sec what wo are oflcring in Ginghams Cninbriiv IercalO t11hite and Colored Liuon Etc STANFORD KY MAIU 21 1901 rtuRSIAN Corn Cure removes corns In four tjtys lOc Pennys Drug Store Titos PiiiLura is clerking for H J McRoberts bans W C BELL remains ill at tho SU Aeaph Hotel Lo M HUKY is In the cities buying goods for Huey Co REV R B MAHONY mado a business trip to Casey Wednesday MR AND MRS WILL UIFFE of Bus tonvllle were guests of Mrs Jessie NAOMI MCCARTY of Mt Salem is in Cincinnati buyinggoods foi her store HON J M ALVERSON Lincoln coun tys Representative spent several days in New York City MESDAMES GKRTRIJDK EHIIRY and Carrie Walker of Lancaster were guests of Mrs W II OBannon- MR AND MRS L B NUNNBLLEV have moved to the brick building on- r Lancaster street near the railroad TUB YOUNO MARRIED PEOPLES CLUII will meet with lion and Mrs J N Saunders this evening at 8 oclocki Miss llALUB DAWSON returned Wed nesday from Louisville where she visited her sister Mrs C I Doracy MR SAM RAINES of the Wcathcrford Hotel Hustonvllle is rtlllng Mr W 0 Speeds place during his sojourn at lint Spring MR JAMES E LYNN is confined to his home by illness He was in town court day but has since been seriously under tho weather MR AND MRS HORACE BROWN left yesterday for their home at New Alba ny I nIl after a visit to her brother lion Harvey Helm MR EUIERT E YoUNO a splendid is hero sellingyoung man of Highland Bibles Albums etc lie also comes a line of scissors which aro said to be mighty good MR J M WALIIN and family have returned from Bozcman Montana twhero they have been for some eight months and ore again at their old homo near Gum Sulphur MRS AUKUA WOODS informs us that a little daughter arrived at the homo of Mr H L Wallace at Paint Lick the other day It has been christened Fnnnlo Lee The little lady is a niece t of Mrs Woods MR J R BAILEY and daughter Miss Eva Bailey of Mercer were herewith relatives Miss Bailey is a ennui date for ono of tho Courier Journal trips to Europe and her many friends in this county hope she will win cc LOCALS Tim weather is behaving itself pret will continue to ty well naw That it do so let Us all join in hoping Font RENT Tho storeroom on Lancaster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office Fort SALE OR Revsr J K Van Arsdalos residence Possession given at once Apply to L R Hughes Stan ford Ky THE pupils of tho Graded School will entertain you Friday night at 730 Encourage them by giving thorn a good audlcuce Admission 15 and 25 cts LADIES desiring stamping should come and see my new patterns Flosses Hof all kinds at my home at tho L ML Bruce property Mrs C Leslie Carter t pavement builtSOME of the by Mr Joseph Upthcgrovo of Danville is not standing tho test as it should notably that on Depot Street Mr Upthcgrovo has been informed about It and says ho will make It good CARSON Mr C Carson aged about 70 died at the homo of James JRogers near Prcachcrsville Tuesday- anilt was buried in tho Drakes Creek burylnt ground IIo was a brother of t ilato Judge W R Carson of this place nnd is survived by several child snitIN Judge TribbleB court Agnes Rdcd and Liizio McKinney wero fined 5fcach for breach of tho peace James Tall caught a 10 fine for tho offense Dummy Owslcy was fined for drunkenness Ho was footnuch under tho Influence of whisky towalkand Marshal Jones and Mr iershhb rolled him to jail in a wheel burrow dv i d s J kinds of plants lettuce rod dishes etc for sale fd IlKiNO your prescriptions N Craig for low prices and best service THE business men meeting will be held at tho First National Bank to night Attend DC SIITIB has for sale at his store at Jumbo shingles and locust posts a the lowest market price Tin L N has bought additional ground at Junction City and will great ly enlarge its yard there WE havo for sale the Sir Walter Raleigh Seed Potatoes at 76c per bushI el 1 G Warner Son CALL and see my lino of new bug theyIA JOLLY TUAMP a splendid rural comedy has been booked to appear at Waltons Opera House March 28 T N BUTT unloaded hero Wednes lay a splendid 10 horse power engine to be used at his saw mill near High land DONT fail to attend the Commercial Club meeting at the courthouse next Monday night Important business is to be transacted TUB Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs W B McKobcrU at 230 this Friday afternoon FOR mach such as binders mowers hay rakes rollers manure spreaders gasoline engines etc etc see J L Bcazlcy Go to the Graded School Friday eve ning and hear some interesting things in the way of recitations dialogues song and story Doors open at 7 A SINOII local found tho package of stationery sent by this office to M Green Murphy at Kingsville Mr M G Reynolds was here Wednesday and told us he saw It In the depot at his home town of Wnynesburjj +CUMMINS MCCLARY announce in their display advertisement this issue that they have secured the agency Hart SchaflTnur Marx celebrated clothing Call in and ace the mag nificent line they have just opened WESTKHKIELD Mr Frank Wester Field aged 76 died at his homo near Parks ilia Monday and was buried nt Parksvillo Tuesday after services by Dr E M Green of Danville lIe is survived by his wife and seven children including Chief Train Dispatcher L M Wostcrflold CAUGHT A COON For some time the family of Mr Sam C Thurmond has been hearing strange sounds in the sec ond story of their home near Lytlo and some of the members had almost con eluded that the house was haunted A few nights since a steel trap was baited and sot and the next morning a big coon was found caught in it How long tho sly quadruped had been a resident of the Thurmond home is not known CARl OF THANKS We tho undersigned in behalf of tho members of the Presbyterian church desire to thank all who so willingly and efficiently aided us In making a success of the entertainment The Singin Skulo Beginment We wish also to thank the Messrs Walton for courtesies Messrs J J nnd W B McRoberts and Rowan Saullcy for their time and efforts in our behalf and Mr Joe Rico for standing so long in the cold at the ticket office May each never know greater sorrow than the Singin Skulo gave them Miss Nell Warrren Mrs W B McRoberta Mrs Steele Bailey TUB gentlemen who offered railroad to Danville presented an article a little too rich for Danville to digest At any rate Danville would not be so mean as to interfere with tho plans of Stanford When tho promoters stated that Stanford had promised to subscribe 200000 Dunvillolleelded was entitled to the prize nnd ought to havo it Advocate Tho gentleman added too many ciphers It was mote like 2000 if any subscription was promised at all However inquiry falls to show that any amount has been offered in tho event the steam lino from Scottaville to Stanford is built ift- ALL Sn A STRONG BID Wo lire slow making for your patronage Wo nrs right here nt your door with a largo and well selected stock of 7 GW eJpr zg Soocts We show the right styles ntnl our prices nro M low and in ninny caeca lower than you will find elsewhere I SON t PERSONALSI lIubbanlI Fort SALE Secondhand top buggy a C Walton POSY roti SALEGood driver am gentle Cull or write this office F6n field seed farming implements a full line of groceries etc go to T D Ncwlands JUST in big lot of canncl coal while I am selling at ICic per bushel W S Wigham Moreland Ir the coal you aro burning is not satisfactory buy a few bushels Pleasant View Blue Gem you will likoI it J H Baughman Co IK you want to encourage the young in their efforts to higher things go to tho Graded School Auditorium Friday night and hear them in an open meet ing of the literary societies ONE of tho largestaudiences seen at Waltons Opera House in years witness ed the Singin Skulo Beginment Tuesday evening and if the entertain ment was not thoroughly enjoyed laughter and applause count for nothing In fact tho immense throng was kept in an uproar from the rise of the curtain till its final fall Miss Bertha F John of Cincinnati took the lead lag role that of Justus Arabella Rob kips and her work was splendid She CIband and assistant singing school teach er Mr McClary put his whole soul into his difficult part and played it sur ShakespeareIMiss Marie Mahony mado a creditable Rovianna Gigglesby while as Charity Bumpkins Miss Minnie Sino was a splendid representative Miss Jeanio Lynn acted the role of Mercy Twee perrectlonIas Traylor was most dignified and literary Polly Rumpus as full of fun as an egg is of meat was exquisitely represented by Miss Pattie Alcorn Baby Tweckins and Rosic Twccklns the baby scholars who finally received the silver metal for being the most apt pupils were in reality Misses Stella McClary and Winnie Davis Bibb Mrs W A Tribble and Miss Margaret Hopper as Mehi table Spooner and Miranda Wantomar broujthtIsong Alvira Sllmmins Trilby OFar cell and Sophrena Flimkins were most creditably presented by Mrs Will Wcarcn Mrs J S Rico and Miss Sa ra Dunn The characters of Clementi na Hanks Jemimey Larkins and Lord la Everlove were well portrayed by Miss Georgia Lewis Mrs Bess McKin ney und Miss Jennie Warren Miss Elizabeth Higgins made the cutest an Angeline Turveydrop and IIpleased the andience with a song Sis was represented by Stanfords little musical prodigy Miss Berta Jean Penny whose whistling was greatly en joyed Mrs James G Carpenter as Samantha Anne was tho melodunest and the music sho furnished was of a high order Tho following gentlemen played their parts so well that it might be invidious to particularize Will Wearen as Romeo Shakespeare Ed Ballard as Hczckiah Rumples George Hopper as Tommy Doodle Tim Pen nington as Zebulon Toodlcs Garland Singleton as Samuel Weller Fred Cook as Darius Catchafly Robert Porter as Meshack Josselin Charles Downer as Rube Spank James Newlnnd as Hick ory Jones Manly Huey as Willie Wink ie Robert McMullenas JehosaphatJun kins Russell Brown as Yellow Kid The Skule and Visiting Kummittees were composed of Mrs Rube Small feather Mrs W B McRoberts Mrs Flutie Fairweathor Mrs Steele Bailey Kinney Tho ladies of the Presbyterian church cleared about 05 on the enter tainment which amount will be appro printed to a good cause Mesdames Steele Bailey W B McRoberts and Miss Nell Warren did most of tho work in getting the show started and they are deserving of much credit not only from the church people but from the public for presenting such a pleasing entertainment Miss John made many friends during her short sojourn here who sincerely hope her labors elsewhere will boas liberally rewarded ns they were in Stanford Sho went to Pitts burg Wednesday where sho will assist local talent in giving a Singing Skule Beginment PROCRAM of Spring Entertainment to be given at the Stanford Graded School eveningI Jewel Mcnofcc Jessie Lee Phillips little Walker McKinney Nettie Hill Mary Johnston Ethel Powell Hartwcll Shanks Martha S Raney Mary Sheppard Cook Music Lesson Mike Penny J T Wilkinson Geo Newland John Waters Harris Coleman PiunoSpring RevelsNetM- iss Lucy Lee Walton Concert Recitation Second Grade Recitation These are Some of the Things a Boy Ought to Know Harvey Wilkinson Recitation Courting in the Country Hattie Rice Song Timid Little Maidens from Japan Lena Traylor Mary Gray Lillie Perrin Marin Grimes Nancy Yea ger Katherine Gentry Recitation The Exhibition Wallace Singleto- nRecltationtlWusht I Wus a Boy Jewel Menefce Piano March of the Flower Girl Waclu Frances Cooper Dialogue House Cleaning Mary Moore Raney Gertrude Wilkinson James Owsley Boyce Hun- nHecltalionThe Young American Russell Brown Essay Kate Newland Pantomime Lead Kindly Light Mary E McKinney Lucy Lee Walton Declamation National Injustice Leslie Anderson Recitation People Will Talk Oppie Brown Journal Hays Foster Piano La Dance Aux Tambourin Duponi Miss Ballou DebateResolved that Wealth is a Greater Incentive to Education than Fame- Affirmative LeGrande Jones Walter Singleton Negative Ida Moore Jno DownerAdditional Local on Second Page Trees Plants Vines of 100 the 11LUK SHAk- lNttltMKlttEM lit l4 xliiKton KyouVr II lull stock of Fruit niul urnniiiiMitrl Trees Ever grown Htniwl Trle Irnpo Vlnei Miniill frUit Khulmrb Aimrngu etc W u soy no iiKfiiU Htrnwlwrry und leis oral CiitnloRUn on to K llIIIiKMKYKlt HONH Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard Ky We ore prepnml to write Insurance Life Accident Fire or Tornado And olloll tho badness of the oltlrctn of the Kiitt Kml None but tliu twit coriinnn lea ralrusenWtI- 011iec with Crab Orchard Banking Co Itnvo n tnlk with es lnforo plnclng your urnucu of renewing old policies Mil your property with inul we lIlt for yon CllllrlllIl you only imnll per cent BANKRUPT SALE I runtAi trustee ol the to la ostuta of Goo U lu will on SATURDAY MAU011 nluCtJ Bt the Juekton liven faro near Shelby Kv sOil the highest bidder lu plow harness and tanning implliiunts ono 13 horse J I Vim klmplo traction engine ono SKvWInch J I OH nAparator cxiuipicto one No t steel bagger one dew IDU belt one 13bnrrel steel tank sod pump This tureshlnp outfit U nearly now und Unltclan condition I will at tho same time Hell ono residence lone nod lot In 9belbqntqaad about 00 acio of farming land ncarSholby Ky- TEHMsoreALK umsof SM aud under cOMb In Imud over tlilt sum for p rjonul property on u credit of 80 Oars with in terest from Onto Tho rent estate told for onrtlilfd 6nih tlinbiilnncoon nix months tlmo with Interest him date Any nod nil purchaser given tno rlKnt to pay cash If they All notes for purchase money to be made negotiable and payable nt Lin coIn County National lltnk Stanford Ky tad secured bv personal socutlty HEn COOIBH Trnstco Stanford Ky T n ENGLISH Auctioneer UanVllle Ky c New SkirtsJtWo hove placed on sale our first shipment flf New Spring t Skirts They comu in Black and Fnnoy Colors mud in the gored circular and pleated styles The workmanship is the best Let us show you Xcw line ladies Muslin Underwear just in Good material nod well made SEVERANCE STANFORD KENTUCKY AIIcom1erIhreddar r44 1 WeArePIesedIo I announce That we have secured the Agency for Hart Schaff ner Marz Celebrated Clothing S y iIt ia famous wherever good clothes are worn us the most gracefully fitting of all Every Garment IsGuir an teed All Wool toiYe have just received our Spring Stockand shall be glad have nil who are interested in CLOTHING THAT IS ALL WOOL eee the the II StC M Spring Models If you have been wearing custom tailorel clothing quit itwe can fit you as well in time II StC M kind The quality is superior and price less It yoir wear readymade clothing wear the H theiaC M kind It is the best Buy Your Spring Suit of 0 CUMMINS s McCLARY N 1 NKNW1111MN1NM11lirr + IIIIIIIIIII J III1III 111111111111 II 11111111 till tit WhiteGoodsThis r z Goods Season I iiper yard Linen Lawn 25c to per yard Dotted and Emb Swisses 15 to 50c Soisette Oxford Batiste 25c per yd Plain and Figured Pique 15 20 and 25c per yardrLinen Finish SuitingsIIrish Linen taken at highest market price IEggs in exchange for goods x I LMHUBYCO I IDry Goods Notions FiveIand Ten Cent Ware a Opera House Block Opposite Court HouselSTANFORD KENTUCKY r ++ + + oIIIUH + U tllIIIII + + + 111111t tttlIIHtU R r i tld a 1l4i IThe Interior Journal Entered in tIlt Post Ojfice at Stanford at I itcenddae matter jtrauanRD TUESDAYS AND PUIU- AISOO e I PER ATE YEAR CASH When not so pall IJOO will be charged Jesse W Sweeney PROPRIETOR Livwy JHd ami si- Lancaster Stable Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Up rigs at reasonable rates New Hustonville Firm P Having bought of McOornmck v Peacock their GrocerlIlIlrdW rllct ollclt alinre of tbo patronage West End roWe Mso have connection n Dally Meet Market and Lunch Counter We will buy good butcher stuff nt highest ninrket having n splendid ment cutter wo 1eaurnleh you with the We iilso buy all kind of country produce ana BISHOP A MPPh HustonvlllpKy BDCARTEFtI Successor to Bruce tit Carter Livery Peed and Sale Stable i Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission 1tlcfk Pena In Connection NEW LIVERY STABLE lUlU k CLABESON Pan JUNCTION CITY KY FlntGlMi Turnout at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Hen and Ray For Sale BargaintOne hundred nnd sixty ncro form about miles Nortwest of Htnnfonl Good twostory 11room dwelling splendid stock bnrnone of the best watered farms In the nil outbuildings Splendid orchard euacreeIn blue never peen plowed The whole farm lays well and there Is no waste land on n Five miles from Dimvlllo and lu o splendid community This Is n largaln and the place mtut bt sohl within next a locust posts can be loucIslonlheuhtoncYor i Hughes Htanfonl Ky t Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy readymade clothing when there fc so little difference In the price of high trade readymade taken n suit made to your measurement by nn experienced tailor I have n handsome line of Full Winter goods 1 rain nuke from u low price business suit to the tlnest dress suit Also rercouts trousers and fancy vests The company I represent llone of the best U UKUPLEY the Tailor Da1 l Traglor DIALIB III WHISK Brandu Wises Beer Clears Etc KYOlollJPrompt and poll Attention Nothtegtthe bu drink Mall phone ti tfljgrspS orders rtctlrt pronplanrallon JLBeazleyCo Undertakers nud Embalmers Also Dealers in Furniture MattingsRugd They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them n Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY e x ceAary9 Undertaker Embalmer and EstDealerin HarnessSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY OXoJPbone Home Phono 39 lit FARMERS DEPARTMENT Two heavy wrkhorscs for salt W W White Moreland At McClintock Sons sale in Bourbon 75 horses averaged 183 J W Hughes Moreland wants to buy some pure DurocJcrsey hogs J E Lynn has 175 bales of millet hay for sale Call on him and get price FARMERS ATTENTIONA choice lot- of hemp seed for sale J B Walker Richmond Ky rceri county farmers talk of putting all land in grass because or the scarcity of farm hands At Foxs livery stable Monday a dozen mules sold at 125 to 175 and some 20 horses at 50 to 200 toSheriff Howard Hampton of Clark county sold to M F Hill of Missouri his jack Squire coming fouryearaold i for 1000 A bulletin issued by the Census Bureau at Washington shows that the entire crop of cotton in 1905 was 10 697013 bales Mack Hughes of Danville sold t Dr J B Huggins of Jefferson City Tenn a fine threeyearold Dignity 750y North Middletown has sold to the American Tobacco Co 109000 pounds of tobacco raised on 70 acres of land for 3900 J M Roberts sold to Lee Rankin 26 113pound hogs at 6c and to A R Ma theny 175 about same weight nt same price He has more at the stock pens here for sale Calvin C Carpenter of Hustonville gives the description and pedigree this issue of his magnificent young stallion Dare All by Dignity Dare he by Ches ter Dare He will make a short season with him and it will be to your interest to see Dare All before you breed C E Durnell and J J picCaffert were ruled off the turf for life by a d cision rendered by stewards of the Pacific Jockey Club which has of racing in California Durnell an McCafferty were found guilty by th stewards of the Ascot track of improper racing methods and suspended them for a year FOR SALEAbout 41 acres of land one mile from Crab Orchard Ky o Lancaster pike A good dwelling well and all necessary outbuildings Plac is right on pike This is a good hom and a cheap place The owner of property lives at Henderson Ky an has made up bis mind to sell It ca be bought at a bargain Forprice etc see or write L R Hughes Stanford Ky IN MEMORIAM Sadness and gloom overshadowed our community on the 13th when the death angel visited the home of G T Rey nolds at Waynesburg and took from him his dear companion She was good Christian woman and was love by all who knew her She leaves a husband and 11 children to mourn he loss Two of her daughters arc mar vied and the youngest is only two old Mrs Reynolds lived a devoted Christian life and was a faithful wife and mother If her voice could again be heard in her home she would be heard to say Husband meet me in heaven children follow in my foot steps Her busy hands are folded Her work on earth is done Her trials are all ended Her heavenly crown is won Past her suffering past her pain Cease to weep for tears are vain Calm the tempest of your breast For she who suffered is at rest- FRIEND NANNIEI jG B Burhans Testifies Aftei Four Years G B Durlians of Carlisle enterI N Yi writes About four years ago I wrote you stating that I had been entirely cured of a severe kidney trouble by taking less than two bot ties of Foloys Kidney Cure It entirely stopped tho brick dust sediment and pain nail symptoms of kidney di sease disappeared I am glad to say that I have never had a return of any of those symptoms during the four years that have elapsed and I am evidently cured to stay cured and heart ly recommend Foleys Kidnny Cure to any one suffering from kidney and bladder trouble Pennys Drugstore Senator McCreary thinks that the history of railroads should be divided Into four ages the age construction tho age of completion the age of combination and the age of regulation Other ages he failed to specify are the anti pass age and most important of all the age it will bo before the Senate denies its lord and master Louisville Times Do Not Be Imposed Upon Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung rjoiedy and on account of the grout merit anti popularity of Foloys Honey and Tar many Imitations are offered for tho genuine These worthless im itations have similar sounding names Beware of them The genuine Foleys Honey rind Tar is in a yellow package Ask for it and refuse any substitute It is the best remedy for coughs and voids Pennys Drug Store Joseph L Bond aged 52 is dead in Anderson county Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Anna Lftephcnson Pitt vs Vlore Btepl salon et al Notice of Pursuant to a Judgement ot the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered in the above style action at lie February term 1800 the nndei 1tDed MttsJerCqmr will on MONUA APRIL about the hour of I i In front of the court house door In Stanford sell at public outcry to the highest and bet bidder the real estate herein after described The real estate Is situate In Lincoln County K on the 0 8 It R one mile south of Vavncsburg on county road and Is bounded us follows Beginning at a tone In tbe edge of tbe O t Ib B at mouth of lane S pop to a stone In the edge of said right ot way N E If poles links to a stone and pointer In tbe edge of old tato road with same W 36 to a guns and whin j oak N 44K 21 poles to a sjrcvmore Dear west edge of said edge of sMd road cornel to T 8 Reynolds tt 83 W 88 pales to a dog wood S 112fi W 59 poles to a stone In the edge of tbe county road corner to J S Reynolds his line N 64 W Ispolea10 link to a stake 8 33f W IS poles to a stone or edge of said R K right of with said right of way 8 S3 E 593L poles to tbe be ginning containing 73 acres of land more or less Title sale Is to be made for tot purpose of division For the purcha- sj price the will be required to IIe bond with approved personal security payable to Oumr and bearing tnteres tthe rate of six per cent per annum from date of sale and further secured by a lice on the land sold A credit of six mouths will be given- CEO B SAUFLEV M C L C 0 h Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court J II Murray PUT vs DUkJRoblnson Deft Notice of Sale Pursuant to a judgment of the Lincoln circuit court rendered In the above styled ac lion at the February term 1000 the under signed muter commttstopvr of said court will on MONDAY APRIL OTH 1000 between and 9 r Nlo front of the court house dour at Stanford Ky sell at public outcry to tbe highest and best tbe real estate hereinafter described The amount necessary to be realized from this sale is the sum of MOO and Interest thereon perNIt of ItS paid July 17 1001 and the costs of this action Said real estate Is situated In twodofeon Stanford pike and Immediately the rear of lands now owned by W F Evans Is bounded as follows Beginning at the south west corner of Andy Payne J2acro lot the same being a corner to W F Evans Nncorner to said 12 acre tract th see Kings line NTS 33 W1003 feet to a stake In a brach Wnteto a white oak and small cedar In the line Evd acres direction to the hrglnnlng containing more or less tlJrIas sollows Beginning at a stake near au old lime kiln corner to Sargent and King bench iinSsjO feet to a stake near a black oak sapling 8 80 E 770 feet to a stake 20 feet east of elm thence tt 10K W 310 fret to the beginning containing four acres und 20 poles of land tbe deed convoying said land being ot record In the ottlceof the clerk of the Lincoln county court In deed book pegs 317 The sale will be made on a credit of six requireddapproved personal security payable to the commissioner end beating Interest at tbe rrate of 0 per cent per annum from date of sale until paid a lien btlug retained ou tbo 8IDd for further security n SAUFLEY M C L C C DARE ALL 2086 The combined stallion will make a limit ed season 1006 at Lawnmere Stock Farm 2fi miles west of Hustonville Kv on he Qradfordsvilla Hustonville pike near Carpenters Station at 15 to Insure a Liv ing Colt Mares traded or parted with forfeits insurance and money becomes due atI time of such transaction Lien retained on colt till season is Mares grazed at 1 250 a month Grain fed it desiredat reasonable rates Hills must be paid before removal of mares Mares entrusted will receive my personal attention but JI will not be responsible for accidents orI escapesDescatrrsuNFoaled in 1002 i5J hands high dark bay with one front and rear foot white r tar A model of great beauty with short back long neck deep wenI sloping shoulders and with great style as one expect from reading his pedigree Good bone fine feet and legs wonderful stamina Attractive by halter under saddle and in harness with that grace ful movement that belongs lo himI by inheritance tram a long lane of the most famous ancestry of saddle horses the world has ever produced PKUIOHKB Sired by Dignity Dare No 1985 Vol S A S H H he by Cheter Dare 10 be by Black Squirrel 58 he by Black Eagle 74 he by King William 67 he by Washington Denmark 64 he by Gaines Denmark he by Denmark L S let dam Fannie Me 2739 by lied Squir rel 53 2nd dam Mollie Good by King William 67 3rd dam by Devenports Oliver L S Dignitys set dam by Welclimont 630 A S H R be by William Welch he by Uysdiks Hambtetonian and dam by Abdallah Messenger jrd dam by Gills VermontREMAlusln offering the services of Dare All to the public I take occasion to state without presumption that I have been a breeder and handler of fancy sad dle horses for 25 years and experience has me to know and appreciate a high class aneDare lathe result ofcareful painstaking breeding and comes us natnral result of mating tht very best mares with the foremost stallions the State has offer ed Carrying about 25 per cent of King William blood a greater per cent than any stallion in service in the State King William being regarded as preemi nent for fancy saddle and harness horses Dare All sired by the now coming famous Dignity Dare he in turn by Chester Dare following a long list of sires every one a great show horse out of mares that were equally as famous as show mares and his dam Fannie Me the greatest show mare I ever owned having refused 81000 for her think entitles him to the careful con sideration of all prospective breeders He is now just being started to the saddle taking to the gaits as quick and handy as any I ever handlljdIlhlnk he will be a grand show See him before booking your mares C C CARPENTER Phone In residence Hustonville Exchange a r The Blue Jack SAM Was sired at S H Haughmnns Sam i by Abram 2nd and he Is by Imp Abram Dam by Black Hawk The dam of Sam was a well bred jennet Sam is 5 year proveISam over before booking your mares Will stand at 86 for mare mules and S for horse mules four months old Lien retained on all colts until season money is paid Mares traded parted with or removed from the county forfeits the insurance Care taken to prevent accident but not responsible should any occur IWill stand at place 4 Hast of Wai and 2 miles Vest Lays mill KyiDignity Dare No rose Vol A H H Mnhoeonr luiy blucksdnts wliltnonl r bllllII1hllthjitney nmtie and lull Good hack with Innq in Idg- bmounhrtsliouldrnnsnddluhorse hrndnui i tiiron lilmn modvl under Imlttr nlwm wears blue string In intxlol ring wondern style in liiirnou II slow hors sun1 Whv one your old wore all honors his dun oWlItnkye0reld ho wits shown II tllnvs snil won 18 blue strings mi never Iwcn dofinUxl fancy harness rings bus always Uvn th1 victor In stallion ring us a litvvdil ietfurandorlillparoses lie is ii wiildlo hdrs with live distinct gnltfast llnx actluniokor Koodln two wiilkmind nnlm very scathe In hU trot under siidillo antiII Is re- qulydfursintlp4ilntulruofhlgh rlt1- nle horses for saddle or harms Jellsure enough linrnets horse grurefulalyllsl- anti fait can Hliowulghthn 1S second 11111111 with hut thh- Insthut one lnr n onnerserving01 mare In tin spring Ho II lassesad of womlcrfu nerve mid sped enough to get a trotter for largehnndioulo dllloltlongracehilgiven up by Imrvmen unit h11 ono of tlu most uniform breeders In Kentucky Hi tyies his cults nfler himself ban never stnsd- a sorrel roll The inoit Iro lita hie horse tot the runner unit imnll breeder to produce the horse which serves the widest rnnge of purposes will His rolls im show uf the very tllllhlt typo blue string wliineri trout the oldest to till youngest SI of hit rolls Imve Ixcn offered fur rind sold fur average of IHI and the awrnge aguof them U I years and months rriuoKKR Hired by Ohenter Pure 10 X byBlackhy Wnihlngton Denmark ol he liy fJnlnen I rk nl heliv rues lion IViiniiirk flrl- damIzlenontbeIVelcl1aattNoa517 A byltyxilleksonddnm Is by AUInllnli Mrs ngerlil dun in 1111 Vermont 4th dam ughbre l welchinonts tint dam Iliullnv by Altnon Forest MI TgaasIlgnlty linn wilt make the season of lit my ktabln In Iliutonvllle Ky its23 to limire a living colt whet wiled Mares traded or removed forfeit Intiirauci and money Iteroinrs due and iiiusi Iw tusk at time of such tninsnctlon ManS gnuvi nt tlJt per month nail bills to IllOhlfort removal of flares lrllin f lit rvnooimlile rote Marc entrusted to era will receive my IHTMHHI attention but I will nut be nsI oitsllle for arcldmits or es CIIIMS Ilionr In resldenco at lluntonvllle Kv II HlAUlKNTKK Col Bird 40566 nm nreil by 1t O I triotunvtlle Ky Hired bytVclllan Ohlef No KJJW stn of4tlIrohl with rcorls of 51u latter by Ceclllitn 2191 sir of III Ill Mtdiim III nn JlHi sire ofM5111huttnmiusdnof- and ltshtVllkrsSat liy OaiiilMtta Vllkc JIfyi sire of U with records of 8 10 or tstte- rte don Kttto lnvls lalii of furl SlittQuwnnYm4 sire of enmmorlii ln ttt ond Elite llelle 1t1t1 of apt Cheek 1 II Olorj snails i5 isluil iev nrkPe Y57 sIre of 1 ma Hhnw i xitj liy lied Vllki i m No 17l sin of ITS dud sire of t he dams of 177 Jnlilnin Hllle Ihivls thudain of om pro nanl iunl IUIII1I11 SlItlllownIn ale llill li fflnnil 7e the Wllkl I at lay IIxlIlI Ir IIIIIIhB No sire or Ouldsmlth Multi til at others Itlidiim by Oroekitr ItKllfoiindvr- N iTK4VelllHiiUtilifXrrH sired h Cwll Inn 1 lot hull Irsdy Nornttn 1 iMf diim of Hilly zurul lt anti cVclllnii riilnf ilTVii Norvnl 2litsire of Coiinle s Hw Y0 Flowing Tide ZilSi Norval JWA s and W others lnd dom invto dlnni of Ijuly Norvette I and UotuiiorliiXtt1 and till sister lo yjnmliKlietrlc 552 dud Olgn Kliotrlo Jfii and ly1Izsrrotilt greatest living lre- 8nl dnlii NVetur diiBl of llnllettii tar 816 tied Driisle a II and unind diim of Idy Nor vottiiSini the loud of Vclllau Ohio SY71i and Hilly Ilzzaro SHHi Idy Yates SSlHi Sector Klevlrlcg Klectrle 1 IIlton1l II li Iii iinci the grrntatsir of briKxt umns and tin and grentent living or dimd ulnof ntnild hone lib linn inliiti hud but f fouls oil If males and nil bredi grand dell of lllxriy lit II 11 olr or TOIIIIIIY IIrllton SIt JrecUiiliiin of lnfllololI injnnil grand dun also of iulllittii iil Jin1 dmu of I 1ntcsSSlJ tutu Iruulv 21 and Nrrblrfn- damn u two and Uolngto distil of two Mutungcr Dun No Hl Ire SI and hiM daughters hnvr prmluiiil over fithdam llyaclntb don of Mecca im niidoneothiT and Brand duo of Cherry iroft Muscovite Kl4 Kialld S SM 55x1 and otlltll Volunteer sire or1I aimlils daughters lout produced fith dam of Ifcxtcr lIP Alma I y a red and oilier auld Aldn duns ol Adade Dictator sire of lay iOiWniidviotriri iirrf nlw Ikxtu don or Dexter Irliuu by American Htar sire of four find iluum of 1- 1thdiini McKlntry morn ilaiii of Hlia- r27hnudgnuollhunsof k Ixhr thus ttu others leclllnn Ohlef 1i4 In n very young borne yet he huts n of bin get with trotting records of SiWor better 1iicb ninde wbnn they were hut two yearn old He tlu cliailiplon sire of World lab wliuiTH In CfClllMIl 2 brother to JeaniieteCe Ill i IS rcilltI8141ptMiss Oecll 31 2 tl hUIIOI 4 Hired lamlHttii N llkes 214the greatest Inv ing Hire 1st diim OIN diim of Ce dllnnsiol Jrnnetta Cecil 2115 Uevlllus S M Miss Veil 13 221V Olllllln 2 tliaudhc111eS2st0 ty Nutwood Jiff tire ilrd IIrIIWllt sire llvliiKor dead nnd titKreiitont Hire of brood mure lint hnM ever iippeured Necoiuldiiin leliihiliiliiof fliiin 11IImlKiiiinii Orfutt211 NnrvllliiLliU Kinincr tlt 2 KuniiHretta SSSi Condition 22J duulnfUndettSin nniiihiimt 217 tmricsW1lkhtrstY91Credettn2 JeorK OiinaS22lli Amelia IViirnon tsul Oliver Oolilsinltll Ziii Ixiii7lu 2ilj lre of cum diim and liimbriimttta ilniii or laid lu Heal 21otl lijr Adnilnlstriitor aai Klro of several 111 dnlllll or Ord dam Klmore dam of Cleveland S2M1until prnndIh1nSof 7 liy Mambrliio- Ith sir of two dam by Star Diivli fitb ilani by Tom flrowdcr IVclllun Is the sire of In stand urI time and ono dauxhter the dam of utnellikelyIlanyoutgasttlarIn the gnu brood tiinrv list the greatest Biro of extreme slreed the world has over known Stands account us the greatest Hlroof iIiniiliiril horses niul iii thin Krintont sire of Htnndard horses llvln Ho wan ulno tin clmnprlou stn of irenllum horS mat tho great Worlds Fair In lust Cot lllrd WflfA how xlzn llnlih and notion In briHdlng he Is of the very best and mt known to the trotting world His blood linen In every direction mini to the greatest and bout known lu the to the trotting turf An n Im U 14OAItIlNTKRtfustonvllie Ifjr Spring Shoes To Delight the Eye and Comfort the FeetnThere tiro two necessary rwjuisitco at nuijt tiny tinge of the year bit retort so in spring you know thnt liner acoldanti cheerless winter we gladly welcome tho tiownoM of lifo that tho beautiful spring season brings with newlWo like to Jurl18ille our dull and heavy garments nnd dot something and bright that will delight tho eye and bring cool comfort to tho body Hero you iind everything new nnd attractive us well as comfortable and Low Priced Stylish Clothing Slopes and Oxfords and Gents Furnish hugs and Dry Goods You know that we Bland behind tho goods that we sell whatnvcr it may lit Wo want to sell you your entiro spring outfit and after u careful in section of our stock you will Iw as eager to buy aa we arc to sell rirctlcllIIIn8 as low ns a legitimate store can atlbrtl to slake them SAM ROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County National Bankr I STANFORD KY Cbe Lincoln County national Bank e Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January I J906 24600000 OFFoERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J B OwnLKr Stanford 8 IL StRait Stanford 0 W OAHTKH TurntrivllU- W U rrcacbersvlllii L 0 Goocil Wa jrnnburc W IL Ta tyson Olloerts Oreok K L llnuiuK Lancaster W O WAIKCII Stanford J IL FOSTKII Stanford W II SMASH SUnford J PAITOS Stanford We n Mctfuly solicit thnnrcouut of Iiullvldunls Plrins nnd eUrIllIolil Iliinkt andsHankers lid urn pre erelt to furnUli all deio lton such nrrommodntloii ns urn with safe tmiiklni Mwlrrn Hnfety DeK lt Closes In our taint for UM of 1consistent First National Bank 9terg Capital Stock 150000 orThlelestltnuonwasorljtlaallJ NUbllshea as the Deposit Hank of flunford In JIll then reorranlied as the National Bank of Stanford ID 188J and again reorganised as aIIan r pted uhteDco for U year It b letter supplied now with felllttes for transact business well than ever before tDlta long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cord poratlons Solicited Officers 1 I HOOKER Frsit BT UAIIHU V Ires J J UoKOIIEKTS Obr W il WRAUENAsst Chn Directors t Reid Danville T Harris Stanford J S llocker Stanford L Tanner McKtnney M n Rltooru Stanford DjhmaDlltaafor4rr Jas Robinson Hubble J II Itaugbuau Stanford J U ttu Stanford 0 R Tats Stanford IKY YOURtCollars Names dollar Pads Backhands Trace Chains Plow Lines Fencing Wire Staples Ratchets Grub Tools c from George D Hopper Stanfo h Ky Hardware Groceries Tinware Queensware Tiling Etc ocoT GOODS LOWEST PRICES YOUR WANTSIN Drugs Paints and Oils Window 1Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash prirces by W B McRobertsDRUGGIST II PKIISONAI Biipcrvuioii given to all Prescriptions 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