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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXXLVSTANFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 30 1906 NO 9 ILANCASTER A pound social will bo given at Picas ant Grove Friday night Everybody Is invitedJames Clark ono of tho most popular and hardworking democrats in UK county has announced for jailer Indications point to a largo crop of candidates for county offices In tact some citizens predict an overproduc tion J W Hamilton the present circuit clerk has announced as a candidate foi tho democratic nomination for county clerkTho city council will meet Monday night at which time several matters will como up Tho citizens aro much interested In tho putting on of tho lid IThe stockholders of tho new fair association will meet this week They aro considering tho advisability of changing tho dales to Homo Corning homo of Jesse Mlles In Mid dlcsboro was partially destroyed by fire Wednesday Quick work by friends prevented tho entire destruction of the of Police Uothwcll has tendered his resignation and it will be consid eyed Monday night Big Injun is well known in this section and is n ter ror to evil doers e Tho grand jury returned 45 Indict ments There were two Indictments for murder thu parties all being Negroes The others were mostly for violation of the local option law A few vagrants were indicted The directors of the new hank to bo known as tho Garrard Hank and Trust Co have called for the first assess ment which will be used in paying for u the lot Work on tho new building will commence In less than 30 days The civil docket has occupied tho at tention of tho court this week and Judge Hell has tho work well finished up In the case of Mrs Goodin of Knox county against John T Hays for 800 the defendant was given a ver dict The grand jury recommended some greatly needed improvements on the court house and It is hoped something will come of tho effort to have tho build Ing put in first class repair It is n shame to permit so fine a building to fall to pieces Mr anti Mrs J I Hamilton are again In the South J E Stormes and wife have returned from Florida where they spent the winter Miss Kate Huir man who has been visiting Mrs T S Elkin has returned to her homo in Stanford Miss Theo Hemphill who has charge of the music department of Madison Institute spent Sunday with her parents in this city J II Harris of Turncrsville has been visiting his parents here Harry Tomlinson and Wilt Gregory are prospecting in North Dakota Mrs Louis tandram and sis ter Miss Attic Matksbury who have been visiting their sister Mrs Howard Hice at Ito smoro Flats Ixmisvlllo will return homo this week- HUBBLE L G Hubble Is in Louisville having his throat treated M II Eubanks hemp crop of 5 acres made 1000 pounds per acre Elder P M Tinder will fill his appointment nt tho Christian church Sunday afternoon A number of her relatives will go to Lexington next week to attend the marriage of Miss Mario Griffin to Rev E II Hourland J S McKittrick and It G Uratton have lost a number of hogs from chol era M U Eubanks sold u jack to S T Stigall for 7GO L G Hubble sold a jack to Will Robinson for 150 and another to a Mercer county party for 923 GB Burhans Testifies After Four Years G K Hurhnns of Carlisle Center N V writes About four years ago I wrote you stating that I laud been 4 entirely cured of a severe kidney trouble by taking less than two bot ties of Poleya Kidney Cure It entirely stopped the brick dust sediment Baas pain anil symptoms of kidney ill soaso 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 ovl dently cured to stay cured and hearti ly recommend PoloyH Kidney Cure to from kidney andany onn suffering i bladder trouble Pennys Drugstore r S4 Whisky dealers of Hopkinsvillc ac cording to the Kentuckian have volun tarily met and agreed on tho observ ance of the Sunday closing law They will also inform trIo authorities they say if any violation of tho law is dis coveredraWill T Walker of Ardmore I T waylaid Grover Record and Alias Myrtle Smith at Dallas Texas as they return ed from a skating rink shot them both v and then killed himself HUSTONVILLE Tho thanks of Rural Route CatTier No 1 are hereby extended to Mr and Mrs J K Helm for a basket of up piesMisses Grace and Cora Goodo were the recipients of a most beautiful bouquet of green carnations for tho lenten season Mrs John A Illaln has been quite ill Mrs McCarty of Mt Salem is bad from a weeks hard work buying good in CincinnatiSam has rented his farm to Nathan Hicks Mr Leeper and famll will later make their homo in Ludlow where ho Is employed Tho much needed work of ditching the pikes In the West End began las week and is progressing rapidly undo the direction ef Supervisor Dunn Mrs Charles Wheeler has just re turned from a second buying trip to Cincinnati and reports heavy purchase for the Spring and Summer trade Thos hell of Dunnvillc is visiting his son T J Bell and family on West Main Street Mr Roll Is a warscarm veteran and a fisherman who knows when and where theyll bite The car famine of the post 12 month together with tho ruling of our county court on hauling when tho roads are wet has caused a decline of 25 percent in shipments In the past year The Emporium ever on the lookout for the latest and best has contracted for the celebrated McCull patterns and fashion sheets thereby filling a long felt want of numbers of families in this vicinity F M Sins proprietor of Olympian Springs has a fine young orchard of 500 peach trees and apple and cherry trees all of which show a flattering prospect for a full crop despite the an nual calamity howler to the contrary MIIUNBRY OJENINO The Charles Wheeler Emporium at Hustonvillo will aavp IU Spring owning of hats bon nets and headgear In general on Thurs lay and Friday next 5 and 6 The h dies are cordially invited to be present and pec the latest creations Edisons KlnetoscoiKS Co No 2 will Live an interesting moving picture show at Alcorns Opera House this Friday evening March 30 The show is presented under tho auspices of the Senior Grade of the Graded School Ad mission Ifc for children 25c for adults and 33c for reserved scats Final action by the board of education of our graded school has been taken They will put in first class repairs in the old brick school building and will put an ell to It Tho contract will Le let and work begins in 30 days in order to have it completed for next session The grounds will also be put in first lass condition and fencing rebuilt The several thousand patrons of the Southern School Journal ore indeed to lie congratulated upon tho promotion of ono of the ablest teachers in Central Kentucky to the position of editor in hlof in the person of Prof R S Eu tank IIU services will begin with the May issue and his articles will mark an epoch in the history of that noted jour- naL A B Austin tho spoke king of the West End who has bought u quarter of a million hickory spokes the past winter has returned from the city whore he bought and shipped all the machinery necessary for n spoke and rim factory which will bo set up on Truce Fork whore ho has timber contacted for for five or six months work after completing which tho plant will be located in our city provided the electric road from Stanford to Liberty passes through here Our people cannot too highly appre late the clever nnd accommodating railroad agent B P Shewmaker of Moreland Tho officials of the road al 180 appreciate him and evidence it by giving him a good long vacation for they well know his work of handling 120 carload shipmects annually to say lathing of tho immense express and local freight shipments and handling of over 50000 during that time and all checking up to tho cent showing his thorough comprehension of nnd ability to successfully do tho business Dangers of Pneumonia A cold at this time if neglected Is fable to cause pneumonia which is so often fatal and oven when tho patient has recovered tho lungs are weakened nuking theta peculiarly suscepiiblo to tho development of consumption I oloys Ilonoy and Tar will stop tho cough heal and strengthen the lungs md prevent pneumonia La Grippe ioughs yield quickly to the wonderful iUrallvo qualities of Foleys honey mdTur There Is nothing just us ood Pennys Drug Store Imtold ho takes after his pa Why he docs occasionally but only when the old man is disagreeably runk An English physician recently asserted that fishes are tho that do not have a taste for Icohol teY 9 INEWS NOTES have badly cripples railroad traffic Thomas W McConnell postmoter at Arlington Is dead Tho burning of a theater at Mcridcn Conn caused a loss of 200000 Tho Baltimore Evening Herald hos been placed in tho hands of receivers A woman died in Albany N Ylack ing but ono month ot being 106 yeas oldTwo men were burned to death whit fighting a fire in a colliery at Scranton Pa Mrs Sarah J Wheeler mother 0C Ella Wheeler Wilcox died at Shot Beach Conn Maj James Low Collector of Cua toms at Niagara Falls was found den in his bathroom- A 13yearold girl nt Clarksville Tenn was sentenced to the penitentiary for five years for arson The President of Chili signed a de cree authorizing a loan of 12500OOC from a German financial house Four firemen perished and about 20 firemen and citizens were injured in fire which destroyed a factory in New YorkMorris Buck who killed Mrs Can fired wife of an oil millionaire was sentenced at Los Angeles Cal to be hanged John A Coke of Hudsonvillc Ky was shot and killed in his yard by an unknown man who rifled his victims H Merrill of Little Rock Ark committed suicide in the Broadway Ho tel Louisville by shooting himself in tho month Because of a typhoon which destroyed crops natives of the Caroline It lands are without food except rats and wild yams Mrs Matilda Stultz and her grandson Ivy Jones were burned to death in a fire which destroyed their home near Waverly O Miss Theresa Campbell formerly of Lexington who went to Germany somo years ago to study music died recently In that country Mrs Thomas Marshall of Beaver Creek Floyd county gave her own life in a vain attempt to save her child from burning to death The business district of Waterloo la was flooded by the overflowing of Cedar river and many families have been made homeless- It is estimated that the Aikin 1000 tax law will close 5000 saloons in Ohio md throw between 10000 and 15000 persons out of work Tho Department of Justice at Wash ington has dropped the investigation of the Chattanooga lynching leaving tho matter to the Stattrcourts Insane with jealousy because his laughter was about to marry James E Townsend of Everott Mass killed tier and then committed suicide- A big steamer was burned to tile waters edge and a pier shed and other buildings were destroyed at Newport R I The loss is over 1000000 Leon II Cooper one of the best known young men in louisville com pitted suicide sometime Monday night in his ofllce by taking carbolic acid Because of n prediction by a demented Negress that tho city of Memphis would be destroyed by a storm many superstitious Negroes are leaving the cityAn attempt was made in Washing ton to lynch n Negro simply for looting the till of a Chinese laundry The police rescued the Negrn after ho had been badly beaten- A Kansas City paper says Attorney General Hadlcy is preparing to enter upon a campaign against railroadcom binations in Missouri when tho Stan dard Oil fight is over Johnstown Pa of Hood fame had a visitation from a fire which threat tsied destruction but the flames were finally subdued with a loss of 800000 A fireman was killed and a telegraph operator is missing Memorial services in honor of Gen Joseph Wheeler were held in Atlanta Ion Clement A Evans Gen Stephen D Lee Corporal James Tanner the ton John W Maddox and Maj Chas Miller delivered addresses Always Keep Chamberlains Cough Remedy in the House We would not bo without Chum jerlalns Cough jtemctly It Is kept n hand continually in our home lays W W Kearney editor of the ndopendcnt Lowry City Mo That Is just what every family should do When kept on hand ready for instant iso a cold may bo ghecked at the outset and cured in much less time than alter It has become settle lln tho sys tem This remedy Is without a peer for croup in children and will prevent tho attack when given as soon as tho hid becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough appears which can only be done whenltho remedo is kept at bund For sale by Dr W N Craig tho popular druggist at Stanford Ky iV6Ifl iVJcman Go DANVILLE KY ExtraordinaryShowing OF 1 EW SPRIJIG GOODS J Now that the time for Spring Shopping has arrived we desire to announce our complete readiness in every department of our bus inessIIn bespeaking your patronage for the coming season we have no hesitancy in saying that never in the history of this house has there been such a comprehensive selection to choose from and we extend a cordial visit our store and see the array of attractive Spring Goods we have to offer Whether you contemplate a purchase or nbt you will be most welcome and the goods will be shown with a willingness that will make your trip one of real pleasure Tailored Suits A charming selection in the beautiful Chiffon Panamas and other Summer weaves blackwhite and the pastel slimier including Grays Coral hello and French Blues Eton and Pony Coat style Prices range from 13 to 835 Silk DemiCostumes The smart dainty appearance of tho now Silk Shits assures their great popularity this Spring Wo have an attractive line of these in Block and colors Prices 818 to 51- 5Shirt Waists r Silk Lace nnd Muslin Waist iii endless varietylap Silk Waists 8250 to to Special value in Lace Waists 8050 Sheer Lawn Waists 50c 81 and u- pSpring Dress Goods Our usual large assortment of the seasons choicest fabrics 40inch Wool Batiste Black and colors f0o t1- I8inch Check Suitings f0c yd 40inch Chillon Panamas Blacks and colors 81 yd- 40iuch Black Voiles 8125 to 82 yd New SilksIOur magnificent collection of new Silks is reullyu thing of beauty Uabutai Silks checks and stripes 40c White Uabutai Silks 25c f 0cand 75e Yard wide Black Taffetas SOc 81 and SL35 Stylish Loiiisines in Queens Gray 75c and 81 New Spring Wraps There la much wider range in new Coat a styles than is usually found for Spring Nobby Covert Jackets 8750 to 815 London Rain Coat 81250 to 820 Silk Eton and Empress Coats 810 to 825 j Misses nod Childrens Coats 85 to 8050 Stylish Dress Skirts r A fascinating assortment of Walking unit Dress Skirts in Silk Panamas and Voiles now ready Prices range from 85 to 815 r Kid and Silk GlovesA complete line of Kid and Silk Gloves in long lengths at popular prices IGButton Long Silk- Gloves 81 and 125 pair Elbow length Kit Gloves 8250 and 8 8 1 Clasp London Street Gloves special 81 pair Wash Fabrics 3 Everything thats new anti good can be found here I Sheer Organdie beautiful designs 12Ac yd Mercerized Madras neat effects 18c yd Silk Ginghams Checks and Plaids 25e Jd- ewX Banzai Silks all colors OOo yd Dress Linens We can meet your every demand fbr Sheer Waist and Suiting Linens 86iiKih Linen Suiting extra value 25c yd- JGijicb Sheer Linen Cambric special 25c yard 16inih Handkerchief Linens tfoc 50c up I0 inch Linen Sheeting lio and 8125 yd Welsh Wiseman Co i DANVILLE KENTUCKY C r The Interior Journal E C WALTON SEVERAL Jays ago a young girl student at the Hartford Ky College e named Miss Prudio Ford threw herself in Rough river and drowned hers lf because she was accused of theft by Mrs Collinswith whom she board After her death it wasdiscovered that no theft had been committed and that the girl took her life because of an ut terly unjust suspicion In a letter written just before she took tho fatal 1plunge Miss Ford implicated thred county officials in formulating tho charge against her There is probably no criminal charge that could be brought against these parties who by their action caused the suicide of this innocent girl but as there is a just Gol1 who rules over the destinies of the world they will hear when the final reckoning is made the well dcserv condemnation Depart from me into everlasting darkness r CONFIRMATION of too Red Cross So cletys reports of the starvation in Northern Japan has come from the British Consul General at Yokohama A population of nearly three million is confronting the greatest calamity since the famine in 1840 The people are living on roots and leaves mixed with small quantities of rice flour acorns are being ground and made into bread The Consul Generals estimate is that half a million are near the extremity of endurance and must succumb unless help shall come very quickly The estimate of the New York Red Cross is that 16 million dollars will be the total require to tide that population of the stricke province over to the next harvesting season The country hardly gets don contributing to the persecuted Jews and starving peasants of Russia befog being called on to help the perishin t Japanese I AFTER much illfeeling the extra session of the General Assembly Monday afternoon reached a compromise on the rectifiers tax bill fixing a tax of 11 cents a gallon The House at first ref- usedf to accept anything but a tax of li cents and the Senate was barely pre- ventedr from adjourning sine die without giving the House an opportunity to reconsider The extra session then came to a close- ONE man is dead one woman is fats rlyinjured and four other persons arc more or less seriously wounded as the result of a fight over the money raise for the erection of a new Methodist Episcopal church at Coaldale W Va Some missionarries should be sent there post haste t A DISPATCH says that Mrs Nichola Longworth will accompany her husban t on a speaking tour for a Congressional i friend in Ohio Nick could not get cameltany sp to empty chairs on his tour THERE is much feeling over the al legcd determination of the Department of Justice to prosecute the case of the recent lynching in Chattanooga it being claimed that such assumption of power would be destructive of allStat sovereignty THE worm has at last turned A Pennsylvania wifo has been fined for beating her husband POLITICAL Gov Pattison of Ohio continues to improveJ Stephens has been postmaste of Hickman for 22 years Gov Ilo gatt announces in Washing ton that he will change the capital of 1i Alaska from Sitka to Juena Senator Knox made his first speed in tho Senate Wednesday discussing the legal features of the railroad rate billThe Aiken House bill increasing the saloon tax from 350 to 1000 in the State of Ohio passed the Legislature amid cheers from the temperance peo pIeW G Sears Democrat who stands for licensed gambling houses was elected Mayor of Sioux City Iowa over the Republican candidate who was for tincanning the sports Senator Shelby M Culloms petition for nomination for United States Sen t ator was filed at Springfield III There were 121676 signatures The petition of RichardYates was filed at the same time It contained 24000 signatures MATRIMONIAL Former Mayor Robert A Van Wyck was married in New York to Mrs Kato E Hertle- B F Newton of Bowling Green and Mrs Harriett Laivel of Oregon who were sweethearts 48 years ago were married this week E V Miller and Miss Lenia Powell R O Young and Miss Emma Strange all of Adair county were married by a single ceremony at Jamestown County Attorney John C Duffy of Hopkineviletannounced that he will divorce He was commended by Circuit Judge Thomas P Cook i MISS EVA BAILEY The pretty daughter of Mr and Mrs John R Bailey of Mercer and a nieco of Mr Thomas D Newland of this place Miss Bailey leads in her district the several candidates for a trip nbrot offered by the Courier Journal Here and There An explosion of benzino in Philadelphia caused a fire the losses aggregating 150000 By an explosion 5p the Talfashim coal mine near Nagasaki Japan 250 miners were killed- JohnMattingly aged 5Q committed suicide at his farm near Owensboro by cutting his throat with a razor James M Strader of Lexington is still living although a 45caliber rifie bullet passed through both temples About veterans were present in Atlanta at the opening session of the Blue and Gray reunion Corporol Jas Tanner was the chief speaker- W E Monroe Sr of Newport has confessed that he accepted bribes in three cases Prominent attorneys and officials are said to be implicated The village of Muelheim near Cob lentz Germany is threatened with dc struction by a hill which has been gradually slipping into the valley for save al days Clyde Shropshire a well knou member of the Lexington bar was arrested yesterday on a charge of forging his wifes name to a note and securing the money At a meeting of the board of trustee at Liberty College in Barren county a bond issue of 20000 was authorize to erect a new dormitory chapel and additional school rooms A rumor from Pittsburg is to the effect that the Pennsylvania railroad is about to acquire sufficient control of the Louisville and Nashville railroad to secure an outlet tothe gulf IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES There are 212 miles of turnpike in Mercer county Mercer county has a fund of 1400 for road and bridge purposes Eugene Moseley a prominent youn farmer of Jessamine is dead A company was formed at Columbi for the purpose of furnishing watt 13 year old son of Mrs Lee Carr was killed at Corbin Monday by an Polly aged 14 was drowned in Rockcastle river His home was near Springs have been sold to Harvey Riddell of Denver Col and L C Riddell and J Elliott Riddell of Ken lucky Samuel and Henry Lyons of the Danville Steam Laundry donated thrum of 5000 to tho endowment funa sf Central University Green Allen was probably fatall injured while trimming trees at his home at his home in Laurel He was struck by a falling limb Maggie Perkins aged 14 years wa brutally assaulted by Charles Francis olored near Richmond The flew was captured and confessed his crime Mrs J T Curd aged 30 committee suicide at her home in Jessamine county by blowing out her brains with a shotgun Ill health is assigned as th cawe Afflicted With Rheumatis- mI wits and am yet alllictcd with rheumatism says Mr J C Bayne editor of the Herald Addlngton Indian Territory but thanks to Cham K3rlains Pain Balm am able once more to attend to business It Is tho best of liniments If troubled wIth heumaUsm give Pain Balm a trial md you aro certain to bo more than leased with tho prompt relief which it affords One application relieves tho pain For snip by Dr W N Craig the popular druggist at Stan jrd Ky- Andrew Carnegie has announced that he would contribute 25000 to the construction of a library for the Agnes Scott Institute a for ladies at Decatur Ga provided the lends of the institution would raise 25000 for an endowment fund Thelmn chances on watch to bo rallied accosted City Attorney Knight of Hopkinsville and asked him to take a chance was informed that unless she stopped at once violating the law she would be arrested and she stopped t CHURCH MATTERS Dr William Shelton will preach at the Baptist church Sunday morning at 11 who denounced lynch law at Chattanooga have received threaten ing letters Mrs Luraney Richardson last sur viving member of tho original Cumber land Presbyterian church is dead in Nashville The congregation of the Christian church at Georgetown has succeeded in raising 10000 the amount of the deb on the church A Favorite Remedy for Babies Its pleasant taste and prompt cure have made Chamberlains Cough Hem edy a favorite with the mothers of small children It quickly cures their coughs and colds and prevents an danger of pneumonia or other serious consequences It not only curcscroup but when given ns soon as tho croup cough appears will prevent the attack For sale by Dr W N Craig tho pop ular druggist at Stanford Ky Mrs Martha A Caldwell widow of James Caldwell tho famous racchors starter died at Danville Tuesday BD CARTER Successor to Bruce A Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOHD KY Ipecial attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pone In Connection New Hustonville Firm flaying brought or McConi siek t IVneocI their Groceries Himlwiireitc wo solicit share of the of the writ hand vva le We also hnvo In connection n Dnll Mtnt Market and Lunch Counter Wo wll buy good hutcher stuff nt highest market prier and having splendid meat cutter wi cntfurnl h you with the rat We sleo bUY ail kind of country produce U11IHII01 t Llllh HustonvllloKy Give Me Your Order I Can Please You rendynmde clothing when thert li to little difference In tie of high Rrmle reiulymiide suits and n suit made to your meniiurement taken by tin exprrlttictt tailor 1 have n handsome line of Fail nm prlcebusiuessovercoats trousers and fancy vests Tin company I represent Is one of the best H C RUPLEY the Tailor 35 Farm Mules For Sale All broke and native bred You can see them by calling on mi I G Fox Livery Feed i Sale Stable Danville Ky IJ L Beazley CO Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY a oA W Nv H LJWHITES rvT Mq a Rk- S t PURITY GUARANT- EEDSplits SplitsSP- LITS What Is Splits 7 Find Out Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Splits Made from Epsom Water Carbonated Stops the Dope Habit It is easy Try our Diamond Brand Splits For Kilo at Drug Stores Soda Fountains Cafes and Saloons Price IOc Per Bottle Whites C C Water Company Inc Crab Orchard Ky a 1- a j- r r I NEW GOODS I IW are having better luck this season inIprompt shipments than ever in 1 1life and almost our entire 1 I Spring Stock I j t I Is in the house We are ready to show you 1any line Whether you are ready to buy or does not matter We want you to Inot seeIwe have Out styles have been care selected and we invite you to look care Ifully 1 t H J McROBRTS I KENTUCKYL In I s PARKERS HAIR I C1 wl tuU1Id tub tat utnt rnnrt Tails to ntor 0111 rIJrlb lr Color and a EGGS EGGS EGGS Rock IIlhr Ietce w YlllllloltIIyuloulh 1nngsiutnnt It Ir sutt and stanfon- lloucater to Iggs dtnvered Jree Ottlallnl Thor IlItl- rIlt1 are Invited or to hlt lilT isefs IIntl View ee- Inylock 1trslnnchenvtllrkyPoultry A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberU Drug Store in the Owslcy Building For Sale PrivatelyM- ybouse and la acres or land situate of town limps on the Soment lust and I8rlltcbeDHouse bioI I roomspike table aDd all oecesearyoutbuilding Water hydrant 10 the one J p nMLRy Old Crab Orchard Distillery Whisky Direct CrolU DlIUllerl ADY IUDtlty tiler tie Juror lurrell 12IIQ tI Order by mall promptly shipped DlSTILtEUY CO OLD OBAU OUOUAIID Opposite Depot Crab Orchard I- tyINSURANCE WlndHlar Life ant Fire Llghtntng ant estPosBBBTCompanies ordUaequalleti Tulk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence hone No 8S J W ACEY Proprietor LIVERY flND FEED STftBUE Stanford Kv All New and Neat Special elteo A share yourmentlon to tramline stand on Depit Bt lhonoNo peoooes Waynesburo Marble and Gran Its Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor IXalerln and Manufacturer of Granite Monuments Marble Olllco nnd workunited Letters n Hpccliilty W ynesUurBKy It IltlKfttAgt INSURANCEYour and sure to die See and talk with R M Newland who will show you the policy best adapted to your age and circumstances Claims paid promptly Dividends paid annually or defer red R M NEWIAND Agent Mutual Life Insurance Co of N Y Organized 1843 Pennys Pennys Pennys IA CrackerJack Line Thin applies to the Inrgett and Bet Selected Assortment of 5 And I Oc Tablets In Lincoln county Penny always carries an Extra Large As rtmcut of Good Values in Tablets IfittJa Tablet or anything in Stationery you want then go to PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Can and get ouc of these If not satisfactory return it and get your mOil cy back Good fUT roast turkey hum etc Works on top of stove as well ill OVell r I oG GEORGE FARRIS ofi Stanford Kentucky r SHOES OF HONESTY i Our 350 Eclipse Shoes for men are not t worth 5 but we have 5 Shoes that are well worth it Our shoes are as good as can be made for the money They are honest all ov ereLet us show you our Spring Line W E Perkins Crab Orchard 1 Kentucky tt t N T I I CQLOKKI LJNfNS1Ve Imvo nil the now colors in solid 1 linens for wash Eaton suits nt 20o per yard Jed Alice Mine Itcectln Rose Lavender color jOe a ftG1IAMSW91o rango of colors in best brands of Ging hubs and Chaiubray nt 10 to 15o f JjINOKini MArh1ItALSthis most popular whito goods of the ftntuu is very scarce but wo acured a good line at prices Iroin 25oto 75c Tliwo arc very Mllllllli mull like and are the very nicest for waists and drcscc- sYAL LACKS More popular thus ever and wo have a line f to meet tho demand French Val and Hound Mceh patterns Co 1to25c per yard BTANFOIUI KY Mvn JIO 1000 h RUSSIAN Corn Curo removes corns In four days lOc Pennys Drug Store p PERSONALS MR THOMAS OAKS Is improving after 5a severe attack of pneumonia Mil En OAKS who was very ill of pneumonia is able to bo out again t Mrt J IX WIIITEIIOUSE of Aliccton i Was hero yesterday to see Mr Josh Jones tiisssns W J PnicR and William Gilmore of Danville were here Woo MRS LIZZIR LEWIS and Miss Sarah Curtis spent several days with Huston vlllo friends MRS WM GOOCII and little son of Wayncsburt arc visiting relatives at MIddlcsboro I Dit AND MRS W A Snowy of Parkaville were guests of Dr and Mrs E J Drown MRS J F HOUUM went up to Crab Orchard yesterday to visit her sister Mrs W Mason Morris Nits VIRGINIA IRAn of Richmond VJL will arrive today to visit her I daughter Mrs L M Omer T SENATOR It L Hunnii Represent w tlvo J M Alverson and Doorkeeper JI T Embry arrived from Frankfort day andare being complimented on their good work during the legislature MIKSKS Moiur BROOKS of Crab Orchard and Blanche Carson of Atlanta have just returned to the latter place from a delightful visit in thu West They have been gucsU of Mrs G W Miller on tho celebrated 101 Ranch for tho taut six weeks Mlsa Brooks will return to Crab Orchard about Apr 16th LOCALS GET our prices on buggies W H Higgins FORsA CSdh dtP buggy EO Walton Tiivour Disc Harrrow W H Hlg r D C SJITLB has for sale at his store at Jumbo shingles and locust posts at thu lowest market price I WE have for salt tho Sir Walter Raleigh Seed Potatoes at TGc per bushel P G Warner Son It1STThe storeroom on Lan 1 4caster street just vacated by Garland 1 Singleton Apply at this ollke tMn W R DUNHAM tells us that his i no ftn son Mr E U Ilenham Iol t b bushels of coal during tho 10 months ceding March 15 Pretty good siks seems to us GRAND DISPLAY OF MiiUNBiiYOn Saturday March 31 at Noel Sisters Danville Ky They send a cordial to their Stanford customers nail icicndst GIIIIBRT OUT Representative Gil bert writes to C M Lewis at his hometown that ho will not bo n candidate for Congress again but will step down and out at tho expiration of his term on March 1th next TUB program to bo given by the KInctoscopo Company at Waltons Opera Housu next Tuesday evening will bo entirely different from the one presented by that company hero a year ago It will bo much better sleetTIE magistrates a supervisor of turnpikes nt their meeting hero v Tuesday Mr A C Dunn who has I labored hard and well during his In cumbency is an applicant to succeed himself and ho has many friends who would like to see him continue to acceptably nil the place t DAMAGE SUIT Attorney C C Bag by or Danville has filed In the circuit the Lox court hero two suits against Brewing Co for his clients Goode injrion Rice proprietors of tho Mid- Saloon onQ for 10000 charging way wrongful attachment and another for- 2200 on an attachment bond remain In Stanford 1 HAVE decided to and will bo glad to buy any old fashioned to sell Ihavofurniture you may will also bo glad to repair and make old furniture I am thankful new any for tho liberal patronage given mo by the people of Stanford hope they jo to remember me Edward Johnson opposite JH Baughman s Cos mill- T t There Is Much Satisfaction In knowing you are correctly and becomingly gowned We have just returned from America center of fashion and arc showing the newest material for Spring costumeu The assortment is largo enough for every one to fled something suitable Conic nod look our stock over before you buy i GLOVES AND HOSIERY Wo have elbow length Gloves in Silk link Kid Black and White IJig Bonof Ladies Boydand Girl Hosiery at lOc to 8150 1 SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I gittaS Ion iUNTI6 acres corn ground Miss Nancy VanDeveer Bio lino of buggy harness just opened See it J C McClary ALL kinds of plants lettuce rad dishes etc for sale Ed Hubbard Two dozen Plymouth Rock hens good layers for sale Mrs E C Walton FUR SALE Ono share stock In Lincoln County National Bank This of fleeNow is your chance for that banquet lamp 25 per cent off for 10 days Geo H Farris FEW settings of harmed Plymouth Rock eggs for sale GOc for 15 Mrs Goo T Wood Stanford Now is the time to make arrangements for corn planters See E T Pence and get the Hoosier LEAVE your orders with W H Htg gins for one and two homno corn planters tho best on tho market Fon SALE OR IUrtrDr J K Van Arsdalos residence Possession given at once Apply to L R Hughes Stanford Ky LOTS more rain fell yesterday and tho ground must be wet almost through and through March hti been not only tho windiest month but the wctcst and worst as well ANDY RU aged died at his homo near Highland of dropsy and was buried at Mt Morinh Wednesday lie Is survived by several children Ills wife died a number of years ago MR J S theMcKinney miller writes Business is good In creased per cent I have taken a contract to furnish the new railroad from this place to Scottsvitlo 1000 worth of flour when they begin opera tions STRONG POINTS program to b heard at Waltons Opera House April 14 contains beautiful vocal renditions by the peerless Schubert Lady Quar- tette delightful selections by their mandolin and guitar club artistic violin solos comic BPd serious readings artis tic contralto and soprano solos THE regular term of the Lincoln county Fiscal court will bo held Tues day April Jrd to lay tho county levy and to provide some means of supervis ion of the turnpike contractors to see that they comply with their contracts with respect to the quantity and quality of metal they agreed to put on the turn pikes R C Warren judge THK engine and several cars of pas senger train No2 tuning from Knox villa to Cincinnati left the track 16 1miles South of Livingston Wednesday Engineer Ed Manson Fireman Burch Cullum Mail Clerk E H Bcaslcy formerly of this placo and tho express messenger were all more or less hurt none of them fatally Fortunately none of tho passengers were injured No 22 duo hero at 217 p was de layed six hours Tim Dirt Road Congress at thecourt house Wednesday brought some 75 or 80 of the 117 overseers in the county to town and tho meeting was an interest ing as well as a profitable one Thero aro over 250 miles of such roads in Lincoln county and the object was to dis cuss the best plan of keeping them in repair An appropriation of tools for working the roads was decided an as follows Three or four shovels picks and hammers for each road precinct and a scraper and plow for every three or four precincts as may bo needed The dirt road question is a big one and we are glad to know that Judge Warren and his magistrates arc making effort to solve it FRED NBWLAND MISSING Fred New land aged 20 son of Mrs Alice New land formerly of Crab Orchard but now of East Dernstadt is missing and it is feared that ho has been murdered Ho was traveling in theSotith and on tho 49th Inst engaged a room at a hoed In Gadsden Ala Ho left his grip in the room and walked out in town saying ho would bo back in a short time but he has not been heard from since His brothorJoo Newland who is L N agent at East Bcrnstadt Is in tho South searching for some traco of his lost brother and the many friends of the family aro hoping tha Fred will be found in good health and spirits t TIm INTERIOR JOURNAL man hopes to see all of his Casey patrons and add miny new ones at court at Liberty MondayTueent2rprieing firm of Welch Wiseman Danville occupy considerable advertising space this issue Read what they have to say THE prices of admission to the KInetoscopo entertainment at Waltons Opera House Tuesday evening next April 3rd will be 16c 25c and 35c thesale ads of Mrs Margaret James and Gco B Cooper as trustee of George H Simpson Both silos will occur tomorrow Saturday A POCKET HOOK containing a small amount of money and some letters was stolen from Mr Ed Peytons store yes tirday It was the property of Miss Dye Holley who clerks for him IK you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Concentrated Crab Orchard Water It will do the work For sale by W B McRob erts G L Penny W N Craig Stan lord and C W Adams Hustonvillc You shouldmissS tho entertainment to be given under tho auspices of the Baptist ladies at Waltons Opera House next Tuesday evening April 3rd The Edison Kinetoscope Co gave n splendid show when it was here last and it is said to be even better now Dont fail to see it and at the same time help a good cause A COMING TREAT Too much praise can not be given the Graded School for engaging the Schubert Symphony Club and Lady Quartette of Chicago to appear here on April M This company is in its 10th year of success and is ac knowlcdged everywhere to be the moat uptodate musical company traveling Everybody likes music and everybody enjoys a hearty laugh A delightful blending of pure fun and fine music is one reason why the above companyjias publicIFOR SAtcA nice largo store room and dwelling above consisting of sev oral nicely furnished rooms A good born and lot and nil necessary outbuildings Tho property is in good repair situated on Main street in Stanford Ky right in the 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 the storo and 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 HONOR ROLLSm fordCcndciSchoo- lSeniorIda Moore JuniorClaudia Eaton Sophomore Walter Singleton Freshman Margaret Warren 8th GradeMary Brackett Emma Warren Hazel Stone Kate Newland Thomas Bright Wallace Singleton Leslie An derson Grady Tucker 7th Grade Hattip Rice Lillie Eads Sadie Eads Alfred Kaiser Gth Grade Annie Mil burn Kate Eads Lyles Cooper Kate Raney Grace Brady Maranda White Maud Stone Willie Moore Theresa Ross Llsaa Holtzclaw Anna Warren GeolNewlandJohn Waters Harris Coleman 5th GradeMary E McKinney Virginia Mahony Lucy Leo Walton Jas Coop er Harris llardin 4th GradeMary Gray Marion Grimes Catherine Gen try Lena Traylor Lillie Perrin Nancy Yeager Opplo Brown Stuart Y Car son Jessie Holtzclaw Hiram Hughes Mannle Mobley Albert Phillips 3rd GradoUlmont Eads Fred Bracket James Owslcy William Mobley Joe M Newland Hobert White Boyco Hunn Willie OBannon Blain Newland Bes 1slo Wilkinson Willie Wilkinson Ma mil Singleton Gertrude Wilkinson Jo sephino Carpenter Mary M Raney Annie Gray Ethel Bracket Verna Rout Docie Hardin Anna D McRoberts Mary S Cook Bcttlo Anderson 2nd Grade Elmer Anderson Prescott Brown Bessie Brackett Sevio Brack ett William Carson Bello Denham Otto Denham Tulle Goldstein Ruth Hardin Elizabeth Hunn Bryan Jones Ada Lanham LInnio Kidd Walter Kidd Henry Messer Bessie Moore Annio Leo Perrin James Tribbl6 Eliz abeth Stagg EJirabeth Holtzclaw 1st Grade Clarence Singleton Claiborne Watton Joe Warren Clinton Coleman Joe T Embry Roy Goodrich Clarence Cooper Thelma Yelton Ards Yelton Martha Raney Nellie W Hill Annie Rogers PowetttPatience Calmese Let- io Matsy Grimes i Strawberry Plants For Sale I hnvi the following vnrletlp of Htrnw lurry Ilmit for calm lliivrrliuul Duala- ekIlnudyJessiellrn Slnr Ilniwlywlur unil utliur viirlotlin Ole lei 1I1r IIso- i also Imvi r nr iiloin plpoiu thul I will JouNsoNKltigarllle PUBLIC SALE I will tell ul inihllo unction on- TIIUKHIUYAIIULK ltrW Myfnrniorwiicrvn klttmtrd one mlli from Huitonrlllvoii eta nrurd pike nlKiS hors 2 broad limits ytiirlliiK tilt i yenr old by Nnbvtli futility hors milk cows hogs lot of hey mid corn furmlnR Implement rurpltnnTermsJ IIMcIIAUurKmitonvlllr Ky Two Farms For Sale I wish to soil privately my toms of ncris5 mills west of IanenstiT on the lAx melon piki It Is well improved andlm plenty of water and tlmlier fcncinl Inil liullillnKK in goal reimlr Also an unimproved farm of 10 nrrcs lying midway twtwivn t mcaslcr and itx ItiKlon Goal outlet each env Well fimrtd Tertnereasonnbie TIHKIIKINO Markstniry K- yMorris Perkins General Insurance and real Estate Agents Grab Orchard Ky We are prepared to write Insurance Life Accident Fire or Tornado And solicit the business of the citizens of thu Knit End None lull the Ukt compan les represented Office with Crab Orchard Banking Co Havo n talk with us ls fore placing your In Urmia of renewing old policies List your property with us nod we sell It for you charging you only a IlI1u1lllr cent Administrators Sale I AuRdinlnlAtnitrlxof the estate of J W James dfcvaud the undersigned will puhllrly wll nt thu rokUlvnce of the du ceanetl at vnii on- HAlUclDVY MAKOll S1MT The iXToonal pro erty Is longing to said es late rontUtlnituf n Miiall lot of Farming nnd larded Tools a Zhoroo wagon sprint wagon liucklwnrd wagon borne snutl fiuantltyof hirynnd rye SI hogs 2 yearling heifers 2 Tyenr olt- steerstullkCOWS young cow 3 town and gilt aged mull mule colt corn crusher and other articles uiually found about II farm house Alo thn un dlvjdol one thlnl Interest of the deceased Jnmeslna IciiMof tin Halt Hulpher Well nt the Irali Orchard Depot Tint least Inn seven vet The Mile w1111lln uomptiyntl0Aa TKHMH or SAIK All sums ors mid under inch All over that amount n credit of flint months with Interest from dote the purclniMT to give note with good security negotiable mid imynble at the Mn coin County National Hunk at Stanford Thu terms must U strictly compiled with Iwforv the proHrly removid from premUesMAIUIAltKTli JAMKH Admrx of the estate of J W Jiimes de I lIIIMtl Col J Clmndler uctlon- etrBANKRUPT SALE aAi trustee ol the bankrupt estate of Oeo n Simpson will on TUnD Y MABOH at the Jackson Olvens farm uvor Shelby City Kr sell to tho highest bidder horscii 200 shocks of fodder one fodder shredder two hay rakest 30 bales of buys one four two home wagons ono selfbinder oue mowing macblne wheat drill corn planter Iron roller plows harness and farming implltnentii Otto 12horte J Case simple traction engine one 2ex50 Inch J I Case separator r complete one No steel bagger one driv log belts one 13Darrol mounted steel tank and pumn This outfit Is nearly new and In ilrst class condition I will nt the same time sell one residence house and lot In Shelby Oily and about 00 acres of farming land near Shelby City Tenors or dtrrum of 82S aud under cash In hand over this sum for personal property on a credit of days with In terest from date The real estate sold fu onethird cash the balance on six months time with Interest from date Any and purchasers given tho right to PRY cash If hey notes for purchase money to be made and payable at Lincoln County National Hank Stanford Ky end by personalsecurity Oro D Coorra Stanford Ky T D ENCUSII Auctioneer Danville Ky S e 1 Ccearo Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harnw BSaddlery C STANFORD KENTUCKY OfflcePbone 17 Home Phone PLAIN PLAID AND GIH5V CIIKCK8 Tlicra new grey goods for Skirts are very pretty made in the new circular style V i NIJW LOW SIIOK3 Ladies desiring stylish footwear should seethe new lasts we are showing Vo carry tlio very sliaiolv narrow lasts A to K and can fit any foot SKIRTS WAISTS AND SPRING WUAPS in Silk and Covert are bitginning to arrive and wo rant to show you HOUSE FURNISHINGS Big line of Carpets Oil Cloths Hugs Mattings Shade Curtains Poles Etc trCopyright 906 by Hart Schaffner t Marx Wear a IflOG Model Hart Schanncr Marx Suit and be the best dressed man in the city 1350 to 820 All wool No Mer cerized cotton clothes Only to be hadat CUMMINS OX McCLARY Stanford Ntittv 1N1 N VrNN7 ti1Nai11 HFIii4r111I1 II U If I I I U I I I u +WI II4414 + + tiur- l 5lOcWarei I ibestpartment consisting of a large l ment of assoitI rChinaware Glassware Tins J ware Graniteware Etc Etc Dont forget to visit this I Department i L M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Five and Ten Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court Housea STANFORD KENTUCKY lltllIIIIIIIIII IIIIlllltttlltlt ltt 1c f t si 7rMusical Merchandise Violins Mandolins Guitars Banjos t Clarionets Flutes Picalos Fifes Act cordeons Concerlinas Harps Har i monophones Music Boxes Talking Machines Edison Victor Columbia UptoDate Records A full line of all above carried also strings and supplies for all Instruments Italian violin strings a specialty Mr Je B Finley Formerly of Rudolph Wurlitzer Co now with HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville Kentucky iJ Sugar is Advancingvttbut 1 Still Gets 20 Pounds i at the store of WeH HIGGINS CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY r r IIrI Dan Hester Agent Stanford Ky JI rHOEI tootingtYou arc now planning your hotisn to build this season I FIRE I you know the feeling there words give a Jf you have a tin root there will be 50 per IDoof firo nt your house When you think prolcrtIit will last it is tho cheapest and hest to consult me and get prices before you Iyourroos HALDRIDGE I Depot Street Stanford Ky I art1rrwtttttraattantettltl tattttlnarl FOR SALEI roriuof HSncroi good blue grunt and to s land hRI4 nerve of bum on It this nUloIromof 8 rooms kitchen back roar kitchen Hut Not terms npply to JilRl1A1l0U1 Hustoiivllle Ky l4t HAVE YOU II colts castrated by- P P Gross Crab Orchard Ky th3 well known cas trator of horses doclorI FARMERS DEPARTMENT Two heavy work horses for sale W W White Moreland Ed McCorty sold to Henry D BOUR man a gray gelding for 175 B D Carter bought of M S Baug man a brown gelding for 140 J H Thompson of Prcachersvill has a lot of sows and pigs for sale When the hens stop laying they may often be started again by change of foodJ N Vanhook sold to Frank Robinson the Douglas tarn of SO acres near Maywood for 1000 The description and pedigree of W M Dodds Galton arrived too late for publication but will appear Tuesday Forty acres near Mt Sterling sold last week at 365 per acre or 1460 It will be converted into a suburb and sold out in town lots Goo W Gastineau sold a part of the noted 400acre Gastineau farm 231 acres unimproved portion to Jno N Ball of Middlcaboro for 37GO Somerset Journal On 10 acres of land Ohio Hardmai of Wades Mill Clark connty raised 23500 pounds of tobacco and sold it at 12 cents a total of 2645 or an aver ago of 26150 per acre Your attention is called to the advertisement of The Warfield the sjilcndi harness stallion of S M Owens lie will jjtand at their farm near Mc Kinney at 15 to insure a living col Conqueror a fine imported jack will also make the season there at 8 to insure Tho Central Kentucky Real Estat Company of Lebanon sold to Len F Mattingly of Lexington thecelebrate R B Lancaster place near Lebanon and containing 165 acres for 14500 The same company sold to W F Court the B S Mattingly place of 100 acres ror 9000 EAT WHAT YOU LIKE Dont Starve or Diet but use Mlona and Cure Your Stom ash Troubles Tho average treatment of stomac troubles consist of a rigid diet list which often half starves the patient or course It would be foolish for anyone who knows that some foods an osltlvely harmful and poisonous lo continue eating them oven while following the Miona treatment but In ordinary cases of stomach troublo Is not necessary to starve or diet If tllona lit faithfully used a tablet before each meal This scientific remedy for the cure- of stomach troubles acts upon lhe whole digestive system anti strengthens the organs so that they are able to digest any food that Is eaten without fear of distress If you suffer iron loss of appetite belching of gases sour taste in tho mouth furred tongue severe pate In the region of the stow tch depression of spirits bal dreams lack of energy a stomach cough of ensive breath headaches backaches loss of strength and weight you cat be assured that these troubles arc all duo to imperfect digestion Strengthen tho stomach by taking a Mt ana tablet before each meal and soon you will gain In welglit strength will return and your food will give you nourishment so that the rich red blood will carry good health to very part of tho system Penny has so much confidence in the power of Mlona to euro stomach roubles and resulting ills that he rives a guarantee with ovary CO cent lox to refund the money unless It tires A warrant for the arrest of George W Perkins former vice president the New YorklLife Insurance Company was issued in New York by Magistrate loss Immediately after his arrest Ir Perkins through his counsel Lows A Delafield secured a writ of habeas orpus from Justice Greenbaum of the upreme court by which Mr Perkins was released from custody and the case was taken direct tp the supreme court Clears the Complexion Orlno Luxitlvo Fruit Syrup stimu ales and thoroughly clenses the sys tern and clears the complexion of pimples and blotches It is the best luxu Ire for women and children as it Is alld and pleasant and dues not gripe or sicken Orino is much superior to p1l18 aperient waters and all ordinary athartlcs as it does not irritate the tomach and bowels Pennys Drug- Store Do you throw uway your Did calen lays A Paris statistician has discovered that it is a mistake to do so nnd being of an economical turn of mind has discovered further that calendars for 1000 will serve equally well for 1900 not centIt you to try humberlalns Stomach and Liter ablets and they ere excellent for tomach troubles and constipation Get a free sample at Dr W N Craigs lhe populuridrugglstlut Stanford Ky The curiosity of a woman who ex mined homo coldrcd rock she noticed In San Bernardina county recently resulted in the unearthing of a turquoise pine It has just been sold for 24 000 Resolutions Of Respect KINGS MOUNTAIN TENT No 111 K 0 T M Whereas it has pleased AI mighty God in Ills providence tot nove from our midst our beloved broth er Sir Knight John W Hibbard bo It resolved1st in the death of Sir KnIghtI Hibbard this tent has lost n and faithful member the community a good citizen and his parents a gratcf son2nd That the sincere sympathy and condolence of this tent be extended to the bereaved family 3rd That our charter be draped and tho usual badge of mourning be worn for 30 days 4th That these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of the tent and n copy presented to the family also a copy furnished the INTERIOII JOURNAL for publication C M Thompson J B McKee M G Murphy committee Do Not Be Imposed Upon Foley fc Co Chicago originate Honey and Tar as a throat and lun remedy and on account of the greatI merltaud popularity of Foleys and Tar many Imitations are otTcre for the genuine Theso worthless tin Itatlons have similar sounding names Beware of them Tho genuine Foley Honey and Tar Is in a yellow package Ask for It and refuse any substitute It is the best remedy for coughs anti colds Pennys Drug Store Fire at Owcnsboro destroyed a livery stable and saloon and caused a panic among guests of Sells Hotel CORNS CURED Corn Exit will post tively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly remove withentire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 16 cents and nothing If a perfect cure Is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky FOR RENT Homo nnd lot In Hiutonvllto flrnd- bool dlntrlct Hood Improvements un lIood location II or IS ncns ol urns nest for rent If wnntttl K P Carpe ntrr More land Ky THEWARFIELD Trial 224 Trotting Dark bay stallion 15 3H hands foalei August 1901 bred by Village Farm KM Aurora New York Sired by Dare Devi i48j8 record 2oj sire ci The Deau Ideal 2diH Son of Mambrino King 1279 sire of Lord Derby Nightingale Metallas The Questor Lord March Lady of the Manor Ifeir at Law King Charles Mock log 13oy Mercees all with records undei Jo8J First Dam Naughty Girl by Ret mericus 23200 2nd dam Duerma bj Mambrino King 1279 jrd data Dotlet bj Nutwood Goo 4th dam Topaz by Strath more fnh dam Millard by Albion jIb lam Ned by Edwin Forest 711 dam Lady Turner by Mambrino Chief The Warfield was worked days aststaton and showed a 224 clip over a half mile track He is sound good head od good tailed good wind good feet and egs and kind and easy la handle in liar test one that will stay and trot nil day He will make the present seasan at our arm near McKinney al 3i5 to insure a lying colt- Mares traded oil or bred to another torso forfeits insurance and makes season none due Iien Retained on Colts Until Season Is Paid We will also stand the imported jack CONQUEROR iIt Q3 to insure a living colt He ii years laid Ilii hands high black with white tine bone and action and it treat idividual You should see this tine jack iCfore you breed S MO WENS SON McKinney K- yAntecarlo 226 12 lade over Versailles track in winning race SIred by Anteo 216 12 that sold for 8joooo at public tale First dam Mary Anq by Hailstorm 813 sun of Mambrino ialchen These two crosses produced the Abbot 203 14 sham ion trotting elding of the world 2nd dam by Independence son of Andrew Jackson Inde endences darn by American Star The American Star and Andrew Jackson bloods responsible for CresceHis 204 14 the hampion trotting stallion of the world You see two top crosses are responsible for the fastest gelding two text crosses are responsible for the fastest tallion Then you tee he is better bred ban either of them for he has the blood of both Antecarlo is a solid brown horse- sI 34 hands high weighing 1170 pounds Inc style and action Will stand at 610- o insure a living colt BUCK VARNONB- lack Jack with white points S years oil lOJ hands high Fine breeder and great individual A jack of fine bone and fiction Will stand at eIO to insure a liv ing colt We will also stand the young jack ABRAN 3rd at IS to insure a colt He was sired by thran 2nd and he by an i jack bran 3rds first dam by Velocipede 2nd dam by Imp Palermo 3rd dam by lorengo Mammoth Lien retained on oils for season money Mares traded or red to other horses forfeits insurance and makes season moneydvje All will stand at my farm on Somerset pike four miles from Stanford Mares grazedat 12 per month Care taken to revent accidents but not responsible should any occur- WILLIAM M FIELDS Stanford Ky asi1 W Spring Shoes To Delight the Eye and Comfort the Feet There arc two ucccary requisites at most any time of tho year l u more so ill spring you know that after a cold and chccrfcM winter wo gladly welcome the newness of life that the beautiful spring season brings with it We like to lay aside our dull and heavy garment and don something new and bright that will delight tho eye nail bring cool comfort to tho holly Hero you find everything new and attractive as well ns comfortable and Low Priced Stylish Clothing Shoes and Oxfords and Cuts Furnish ings mid Dry Good You know that we stand behind the goods that wo sell wlmtnvcr it may he We want to sell you your entire spring outfit and after a careful in section of our stock you will ho as eager to buy as we are to sell Prices well always as low as a legitimate store eau nllbnl to Slake them SAM ROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County National Bankej STANFORD KY the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford KentlckYIICAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January J 1906 24600000 OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT WO WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIREOTORS J n Ownttr Stanford 8 II BIIAHK Stanford 0 W OAIITKH TuravnrllU W II CUMMIKK 1rotcheriTllle L U loocu Wayntibur W II TiUYLon OtloerU Creek It L IIrsniL Lancaster W O WALKKII Stanford J n PotTtlt Stanford W II tfiuM Stanford J It PATOIX Stanford We rrnpoctfully illicit tho necounti of ItullvldunU Finn mid Corporation ILinlc mid UIIJlknlllu sire prvpnnrf tu furnish nil tirsslors urh nrmnumalntlaue nu sirearon lt nt with wife tanking Modern Hafvly IVjiuMl Itoiti in our vault for our Ouslomers First NationalStanford Kyi BankCapital Stock 50000 Tblllaitltutlon wit originally nUbllihed as the Uepotlt Hank of In 1ISI then reorganUcd a the National Sank of Stanford In IRIS and again reorganliud uthe Flat National flask of Stanford In tilt having bad practically an uninter rupted xlitence for 41 year 111 bettor supplied now with facllltlt for transact ing ouilneis promptly and well than ever before In Its long sail honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Officers J lOOKER Prett 8T HAHKII V Im J J UcUOHKUTS Obr W II WBAUKNAitChri Dlrsotors r ReId Oanvlllt I T llarrtt Stanford J Rocker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M D Klmorot Stanford 8 II ttauchman Stanford T p Stanford Jas Itoblnton Hubble J II Ilaugbnian Stanford J M Iettut Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford BUY YOUR Collars Hames Collar Pads Backhands Trace Chains Plow Lines Fencing WireI Staples Ratchets GrUb Tools c from George D Hopper Stanfor Ky Hardware Groceries Tinware Queensware Tiling Etc btaT GOODS LOWEST PRICES =u YOUR WANTSIN Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by W B McRobertsDRUGGIST Iv IPmsoOI supervision given to nil Proscription compounded I Craigs Heroin Compound Craigs Heroin Compound I 0 WHEN BABY FIRST BEGINS TO 6NKEKI3 GIVE I Craigs Heroin Compound t 1is j IT CURES THAT IIOA1E AND CKOUIY WHEEZE f i AND STOPS II THAT RATTLING SOUND i iCRAIGS ANDWOO GIZISTOREli pUllOUlUOQ UIOJOJI BJJlTJJQ plIttOUlUOQ UIOH sul J- O1NN11N1 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