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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 3 1906 NO 10 Municipal Hope Cleaning The mayor of Denver Col has appointed a city cleaning day to be held annually and has Invited the citizens to help along the good work Marvel ous results attended the first experi ment this year The city set an example by thorough ly cleaning all down town business streets and alleys painting all of the polLS used In its fireand police system placing new and Improved refuse cans at downtown street and alley crossings i and erecting a number of bronzed iron drinking fountains in tho business sec l lion Hundreds of property owners re painted and repaired their buildings Lawns in nil parts of the city wero cleaned shade trees trimmed and flow- erl beds set out Weeds were cut on vacant lots and sidewalks repaired everywhere The city was transformed in a day and there is every indication that it will be kept up to tho mark Prizes will be offered for tho most attractive l downtown store front for the finest garden for tho best kept lawn IiCor tho cleanest vacant lot and for the most beautiful block and tho agitation will be continued until Denver becomes tho cleanest city in the United States Here nrosomoof Mayor Specrs sug gesUons issued in tho form of an ofll clal proclamation to tho people If your store front residence or fence is dingy order it painted If your awning is old torn or faded get a new one If your sidewalk gate or fence needs repairing fix It If your advertising sign is old or fad ed take it down or paint it Resolve never to throw paper in tho streetsTake all the dandelions out of your lawnthey spoil IU beauty Destroy the young weeds that arc starting on your property and on your neighbors property Bum all tho rubbish possible allow no ono to throw it on the streets alleys or vacant lots Promise not to spit on tho sidewalks Organize a block improvement so duty and allow no weeds to grow on a sidewalk area or vacant property in your block Ask your milkmen grocerymen and expressmen to have their wagons paintedIrrespective of tho size of your louse make your lawn tho finest Illuminate the front of your store in the business section Every effort put forth or dollar spent tolmprovcour citys appearance will be returned twofold Grip Quickly Knocked Out Sumo wrote ago during tho sevtire winter weatlitfi both my wife and myself eontra ted severe colds whlvh speedily dnluped Into the worst kind of la grippe with nil Its miserable ttvntilunx says Mr J S fcifleatonof Maple Landing Iowa Knots and joints urhlnif muscles sort hond stopped upe5esund nose miming with alternate stalls of chills and f ver 11e began using Chamber lutns Cough Itamotly aiding the same with a double dose of Chnmbur lains Stoiniuli and Liver Tablets and by iu liboral use soon completely knocked out the grip Sold by Dr W N Ornlif the popular druggist Stanford Representative Griffin of Allen claims that the Louisville footpads relieved him of 400 but the detec tives ure mOIl enough to say that they do not believe a word of it Can It bo possible that any one would doubt the word of a member of the Legislature a Republican member God forbidFrankfortJ- ournal Rheumatism Makes Life Mis erable A happy Iterate is tho most valuable possession that is within tho roach of mankind but you cannot enjoy its comforts if you are suffering from rheumatism Vow throw aside business cares when you enter your homo nnd you eon bo relieved from those rheumatic pains also by apply lug Chamberlain1 1ain Balm Ono application will give you roller und its continued use for a short auto wll bring about a ponnunont euro For Hale by Dr W N Craig the popular druggist Stanford Harrison county woman hits ono for tho grand jury into tho ti progressive euchre gambling She they the ladies they will get worst of it CORNS COmm Corn Exit will positively remove corns In four days Tho treatment is simple and pleasant nndI we absolutely guarantee to refund tho money to each and every customer whoso corns aro not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of 151centsdruggist Stanford Ky HUSTONVILLE Dont fail to attend the next of the commercial club Thursday ev ning at 730 W D Hockcr was at home from Ty rone where ho is guaging for T P Klpys distillery Messrs Fryo and Greening have se cured contracts to build brick buildings nt Pine Knott and Science Hill Cards announce tho marriage of Miss Lena daughter of Mr and Mrs F AL Yowell to Mr Byrd Avrltt of Brad fordsvillc at the home of the brides parents on April 4th at 10 A J C Reid lost his fine mule jack Ran lam last Friday The services of the best veterinary were of no avail and tho animal succumbed to pneumonia lie was widely known and valued at 750 Somo idea of tho condition of thoMc Kinney and Middlcburg pike may bo gained from the fact that u team haul ing ties stalled going down hill at J B Williams nnd had to unload and return home until tho roads got better- S M Owens was fortunate in his purchase of tho Imported jack Conqueror He measures 15I hands and is not yet four years old Ho is jet black with white nose and his symmetrical form are features greatly sought for by the best judges MILLINERY OPENING The Charles Wheeler Emporium at liuxtonvillo will have its Spring opening of hats bonnets and headgear in general on Thurs day and Friday next 5 and C The la dies are cordially invited to bo present and see tho latest creations LITTLE MARY SUE REESE Daughter of Mr and Mrs B A Reese of Neunan Ga an exceedingly bright little mldgot She is row 10 months old and weighs nine pound She has beautiful brown eyes and light hair Hor mother was Miss Agnes daughter of Mr nnd Mrs W It Williams of Hustonvlllo Every lady in Lincoln Boyle and Ca soy counties in cordially invited to at tend the millinery opening at the Em porfum April 3rd to Oth Music nnd re freshments together with u largo importation of Parisian creations nod model patterns by American artists of renown will bo on exhibition Casey county holds tho record rais ing more corn in one row than any county in tho State This record was made last year mill tho yield in one row wax 260 bushels Tho row required on account of its exceeding length ovum two days to plow It A better idea of the situation of this row may bo gained by knowing that tho row was a contin coos one from bottom to top nroupd u1 big knoll Mr Lloyd Woathorford gave a delightful party to u number of friends Saturday evening at Hotel Weather ford Local and instrumental musical renditions were features of the early part of the evenings entertainment Dancing was indulged in until tho hour for departure The evening was great ly enjoyed by the half hundred young people who will always remember it pleasantlyMrs Keenon of Frankfort is visiting relatives hero Geo L Crow of Danville was mingling with friends here Sunday Logan Montgomery of Redding Cal who has been visiting in the West End leaves for his home tomorrow Miss Mollie Walden is vis iting in Wayne county Mrs Amanda Bradley of Bradfordsville is visiting relatives in tho West End Mr Evan Lyon who has been seriously ill for some time is convalescing wo are glad to announce Hang the banners on the outer walls and the cry is still they come The Hustonvillo Commercial Bank Trust Co to be a State Bank with 25000 capital stock is an assured fact for our was10lfereda low every man wanting stock to be given a chance Judge Wm Myers will bo president A splendid twostry Un brick building will bo erected at onco nnd a handsome set of bank fixtures proofethe building will be determined this week Elements of Success God created man but we affirm that though all men are created free they aro not created alike To some He gave tho dark skin and to others He gave tho light An old colored auntie onco said to me that Long ago God called all Ills children to Him black and white ando told them that they wero to run a race and to the one who won Ho would give a prize They ran and tho white race being successful to them He gave long silky hair while to tho black who lolled behind He gave short wooly hair Then God who pitied Ills dark haired children told them lie had something else to offer as a conso lation prize and the ones who came first were tho blacks who hoggishly took the largest gifts which were feet When tho whites came there being no large feet left took the small ones Whether this story be true or false wo all know that mens exteriors are very different But there is even a greater difference and that is in tho mind for just as there arc no two leaves of Gods creation exactly alike so every human body has a different mind and these minds have as many different opinions and beliefs This be ing the case I shall not scruple to tell what I believe to bo the elements of success hoping that my opinions may not seem so ludicrous as the old wo mans taste when she kissed thecow- I believe the primal elements of sucI are the will to do and the ability to carry out that will Roth are essen tial to complete success A house di vided against itself can not stand just so these two clcmcntsdividcd can not make complete successISuccess is experienced by many but it takes only a small degree ofit to satisfy some To those who are ambitious it requires great success to satiate Both are to be admired but in bothI great and small there arc found the predominating traits the will and the ability The lack of will is to bo despised but tho lack of ability is to be pitied for to my mind it is analllictlo Look at history havo we not heard of men who though feeble in body possess ed a powerful will 7 True their lives have been great but what would theyI have been if they had had the ability coupled with this in order to carry out what they had willed or planned Would not their names bo heralded throughout the cycles and their praises forever sung through tho golden trump et of fame 7 Again ability does not always imply bodily strength for Napoleon that world famed leader successful in many undertakings had the will to conquer England and prepared n fleet to invade that country hut God caused the chan nel to become so boisterous that it was impossible for a ship to cross Thus Nnpoleonwas not able to take tho English isle Any one who lacks tho will to do and the will to be fa as I have stated above to be despised Take Scipio Africanus for example He could have won the golden crown of farce for lie had the ability but lacked tho will for ho left tho country rather than be consul of the mistress of tho world Perhaps thoro are somo who would say I would not be guilty of such fol ly but right now in this town in this age of progress und even in this very school are to be found those who have the ability but lack tho will to do and to be These are to bo despised moro than Scipio Africanus for wo havo moro examples of success before us now than ho had in the century in which ho lived Now I have told you my opinion as to what aro the elements which constitute success and you may deride if you like but I will venture one more statement and that is this If you desire success and lack will power the world wishes you dead and if you havo tho will but lack tho ability you might as well be dead for the world will say I never knew you This composition Is from the High School department Devllss Island Torture Is no worse than tho terrible case of Piles that allllcted mo 10 years Then I was advised to apply Iluckloiis Arnica Salve and less than a box permanently cured me writes L S Napier of fogies Ky Heals all wounds Burns and Sores like magic 125o at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyne limos Crab Orchard Wo have sotar failed to observe any response from Taylor and Finley to the invitation to homecoming in June Can it be that they will not lend tho delight of their presence to tho joyous occasion Frankfort Journal FOR SALE Secondhand topbuggy EC Walton 3 NEWS NOTES J T Williams former judge of the Cumberlandcounty court is dead W C Scott has been appointed post master at Johnctta Rockcastle county Six thousand building laborers of Chicago are beneficiaries of an ad vance in wages- Southwestern Kentucky coal oper ators agreed to the miners demands for an increase in the wage scale Thomas S Gaines county attorney of Scott county died in Cincinnati where he had gone for treatment P J Luster charged with wife mur der was adjudged lunatic at Elkton He Is a mental and physical wreck Fourteen of the 1200 miners who were entombed at Courriercs France 20 days ago were taken out alive and well Maj J G Hawkes former Commis sioner of Immigration for Louisiana was run over by a street car and killed at New Orleans Eight thousand miners in the vicinity of Greensburg Pa decided to continue work regardless of the action of the Indianapolis convention District Attorney Jerome wants a law passed making it larceny for an officer to contribute funds of a corpora tion to political purposes Mrs Julia McGraw of Frenchburg was acquitted of causing the death of one woman and the illness of others by placing arsenic in their coffee David Burhans coachman for Corne lius N Bliss fatally shot Thomas lIeg erty his assistant and killed himself in Mr Bliss stable in New York The Fayette county grand jury re turned 25 indictments against wholesale and retail groceries charging the sale of adulterated foods riot properly Eca Cloke of Boonville Ind reports that two diamond rings were taken from her fingers while she was on the mourners bench at an Evans villc mission Formal organization of tho Veterans Association of the Blue and Gray was effected at Atlanta Gen J S Carr of North Carolina was elected com manderInchlefImember of the Union army and oldest member of the Masonic order in Amer ica celebrated his lOCth birthday Lcmpstcr N II atI Wm Goldy of Bath county just become tho father of his 20th hasI Goldyhas been twice married his wife bringing him 12 little Goldys and his present ono eight Chicago capitalists have projected a railroad from Cannel City to Hillsboro through the counties of Morgan Row an Menefee Bath and Fleming a distance of over 60 miles Western railroads have suffered heavily from washouts Senator Clarks line the San Pedro Los An geles and Salt Lake has suffered to the extent of about 1000000 While on their way to make an ar rest in Orange county Ind Deputy Sheriff Smith and Constable McCabe wero shot from ambush Smith was killed and McCabe fatally wounded Former Judge John T Hodge of Newport resigned from tho Campbell County Bar Association because of charges reflecting on his judicial honesty growing out of the bribery ser nation A meeting of the Campbell county Bar Association has been called to in vestigato the corruption of justice there as charged by W E Monroe a juror who swears ho was bribed Several persons accused by him are under ar restA strike of city employes of Chicago is threatened The Associated Build- Ing Trades representing H300 men adopted resolutions charging a refusal of officials to make suitable provision for payment of standard wages and ad vising caution regarding municipal ownership of street railways The 1903 wage scale was adopted in joint convention by tho members of tho Western Kentucky Coal Operators As sociation and the delegates of District No 23 of the United Mine Workers of America Tho agreement which was signed gives tho miners an advance of 455 per cent over the wages received for tho lost two years and means the increased outlay of about 800000 by the operators for wages Caught Cold While Hunting a Burglar Mr Win Thus Lunorgnn pro vincial Constable at Chaplcau On- tarIO says I caught it severe cold while hunting a burglar In tho forest It1llastfall Hearing of Chamber lains Cough Remedy I tried It anti after using two small bottles was completely cured ThIs remedy is intended especially for coughs und colds It will loosen and relieve a severe cold in less time than by any other treatment and is a favorite wherever Its superior excellence has become known For sale by Dr V N Craig thopopular druggist Stan ford Musical Merchandise Violins Mandolins Guitars Banjos Clarionets Flutes Picalos Fifes Ac cordeons Concerlinas Harps Har 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 J B Finley Formerly of Rudolph Wurlitzer Co now with HUGH MURRAY i The Jeweler Danville Kent- uckyBPRGPdNSY 10 Pound Jar of Heinz Cherry Preserves1 00 10 round Jar of Heinz Red Raspberry Preserves 1 CO 10 Pound Jar of Heinz Pine Apple Preserves 1 GO 10 Pound Jar of Heinz Strawberry Preserves 1 GO 10 Pound Jar of Heinz Peach Preserves 1 60 IS Pound Jar of Heinz Apple Butter 1 50 18 Pound Jar of Heinz Mince Meat 2 25 W H HIGG1NS CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY U Dan Hester Agent Stanford Ky e sae ss nlllllnr w salsa ae II HOMEYou nro now planning BUILDERSyour house to build this season II Dont forget these facts about Tin HoolingI FIRE FIRS FIRE I you know tho feeling these worth give n If you have a tin root there will be 50 per IDoof lire at your house When you think propcrtrI it will lust it is tho cheapest and best to consult mo und get prices before you IyourrS HALDRIDGE Depot Street Stanford Ky laiwent aetetsssareratttattt j The Interior Journal E C WALTON ONE of tho best speeches on tho railroad rate question which is being considered by the Senate was by Sen ator McCreary lie heartily champions the regulation of rates and believes that the passage of tho pending bill will help to bring the people and the railroads more in harmony and accord and this legislation will not injure a legitimate investment nor bring dis aster to a solitary individual but will J solve problems and regulate interstate commerce in such a way as will pleas the people and help the railroads to prosper The speech like all the Senators public utterances was made after a full study of tho questions in volved and in consequence carried mud weight with it- SAIaITATION pays not only in the sav ing of lives but in many other ways The Chicago health department goe into a statistical calculation to prow that tho 50000000 drainage canal hast already more than paid for itself By comparison of the death rate before the canalwas put in operation with the i death rate for the succeeding six years it is shown that there has been asaving- ofI 5993 lives JOHN LEWIS has been chairman of the Leslie county democratic commit tee for 30 years There are only 75 democrats in thg county but they areas faithful a lot as ever stamped under the rooster Mr Lewis is 73 years old and will likely fill the place ofchairman as long as he lives as there is no scrambling for the job r IN lieu of a bill to prohibit the using of free passes on railroads by legisla tors the New York Senate has adopted an amendment requiring the railroad companies to provide passes for them i and it is said that as now amended the billwill become a law The railroads will fight it If it docs JUDGE JOHN W HUGHES of Har rodsburg has formally announced for Congress A good democrat and a splendid gentleman he will cut no little figure in the race which promises ltohave a large number of entries IrIARY B ANTHONY who is 78 years a miss will take up her sisters fight for womens suffrage Looks like her sisters experience should have been of some benefit to her- t CoiN HARVEY who made a failure of writing books on finance has gone to keeping a hotels It is hoped that hi will find his new vocation more remun erative than the old one TilE oldest Odd Fellow is dead again This time it is Erhart Hibner of In diana who WAS 98 years old POLITICALft A Floyd Byrd of Winchester will be a candidate for Congress in the I Oth districtThe Iowa Legislature rejected the Sankey Bill which sought to fix a two cent railroad rate George G Speer of Anderson coun ty announces that he will not make the race for Congress The Ohio Legislature has repealed the inheritance tax law The income from the tax was 375000 a year There may be no primary in the First congressional district Entries close to t morrow and so far lion Ollie James is without opposition Major Dunne announces that Negroes 1 will be given an equal chance for em ployment in tho municipalization of street car systems 1The Ohio House by a vote of 47 to 4G refused to accept the anti ppes provis ion inserted by the Senate in the Rail way Rate Commission Bill and the bill to conference I 1Justice Harlan denies a published rev port thathe contemplated retiring from the bench and giving his time to the work of establishing fl great Presbyterian church at Washington Judge W W Jones of Columbia denies that he will be a candidate for Congress to succeed DC Edwards He says he is looking after his private business and wants no office of any kind LANCASTER On Saturday night about 10 oclock Mace Miller was shot in the head from the effects of which he died several hours later The shooting occurred in town Sam B Jennings is in jail charg ed with the killing The facts will notI be known before a trial is heldICircuit court adjourned Saturday Tom Farlce colored was sent to the penitentiary for five years for killing 1 Jim Smith another Negro near Bry fwantaville Messrs Paxton and McRobI erts and Judge Saufley of Stanford attended court hero Thursday J Mort Rothwell and David Ross have gone to Mt Jackson Ind to be treated for rheumatism Twelve were to death in Natal for murder of policemen in resisting collection of poll tax Marvin Hart has declined an offer to meet Gus Ruhlin at Madison Square Garden New York L Here and There Lucien Lyne has signed a contract ride this year for Frank J Farrell and D C Johnson Harvey Norman aged 65 years com milled suicide by shooting near English Carrollcounty John Berger aged 74 years dropped dead while celebrating his golden wpd ding at Evansville Ind James Strader who was shot througl the head ate Lexington losing both eyes died pf H injuries William H Bickers formerly a prominent attorney of Lexington committed suicide in Cincinnati An Illinois Central passenger trail crashed into a street car at Owcnsboro and seven persons were injured Miss Ellen Dwyer aged 70 years was burned to death while alone in her brothers home near Cannelton Ind Millard Howard shot and killer Lewis Stafford at Armstrong Carter county Howard says it was an ac cadent At Chisholm Minn n baby was sho and killed In its mothers arms by stray bullet fired in target practice by boys half a mile distant In a New York flat Jas Ahern kills James Black probably fatally wounded Mary Woods his former sweetheart and then committed suicide- A dog fight no matter how ferocious the combatants can be instantly stopped by some one dashing cold water in the faces of the dogs George Woods a Negro accused of assaulting Virgil Short at Danville es caped from the police by hiding in a coffin in the undertaking store of his brotherThe bridge of the Kentucky Lumber and Veneer Company one mile below Jackson was washed out It has just been completed The loss is 10000Will a son of C C Jones farmer was drowned near Sinks of Round Stone Rockcastle county In attempt ing to cross a small submerged bridge his horse missed his footing plunging both into the stream Jones body was recoveredResolutions calling on the Board of Public Safety to issue immediate or ders closing all saloons and theaters in Louisville on Sunday were adopted at a massmeeting of men held under the auspices of Citizens League Speeches were made by Bishop Charles E Wood cock Rev Dr EL Powell and Judge W 0 Harris IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES William G Cundiff has been appointed postmaster at Coolidge Pulaski countyMrs Clorinda Houston died of apo plexy near Buena Vista after a short illnessAt Richmond ary Shakclford yearsGoodloe aged 22 wife of George White Goodloe youngest daughter of Mrs J T Shackelford is dead The CN 0 T P machine shops at Somerset will be completed by July lit is estimated there will be 1000 skilled laborers employed In them Somerset Journal The case of Owen Curds admr vs the C N 0 T P R R Co was affirmed by the Court of Appeals Tho amount involved is something over 13000 The case went up from th Mercer Circuit Cashier J W Hutcheson of the Cit izens Bank of Brotjhead informs us that the Peoples Bank of Mt Vernon will open for business Tuesday April 10th It was intended to open on the 2nd but the delay is duo to failure i getting furniture and safe in on time lIt Vernon Signal James Giboney of Danville has purchased ofA R Humble a house and lot- In South Somerset and Mr Humbles half interest in 12 other cottages for 7500 Mr Giboney has associated himself with T V Forrell and will proceed at once to erect three other res idences Somprset Mountaineer Representative Edwards is prepared to prove that residence the Kentucky mountains is conducive to longevity He introduced a bill to increase from 512 to 24 the pension of Margaret Haynes widow of Hezckiah Haynes a veteran of the War of 1812 Mrs Elaynes js 91 years oldsaid Mr Edwards SJie is the only widow of a soldier of 1812 in my district but there ire seven Mexican War veterans in Pulaski county The Richest Man in the World Tho richest milO In the world cannot have his kldnoys replaced nor live ithout them so it Is important not to eglect these organs If Foleys Kid oy Cure is taken at the first sign of danger tho symptoms will disappear nd your health will be restored as It strengthens and builds up these organs as nothing else will Oscar Bow lan Lebanon Ky writes I have used Foleys Kidney Cure and tike great pleasure In stating it cured mo ermunently of kidney disease which Certainly would have cost me my life cnnys Drug Store M C Tanner bought of Coulter White 41 100pound hogs at 5J and on the lot J H Thompson of Preachersville has a lot of sows and pigs for sale J CHURCH MATTERS Rev Samuel Murray died at Wa bash ladon his 100th birthday anni versaryThe church of this place has extended a call to Rev S E Tull of Kosciusko Miss Rev Tull preached two sermons hero several weeks ago and greatly pleased his audiences He will give tho church his answer in a few weeksLouisville may lose the North Ameri can Baptist convention unless satisfac tory rates are granted by the railroads Tho committee in charge will meet in Louisville this week to definitely set tle the location Chattanooga and Day ton want the convention The revival services at the Southern Methodist Church are attracting much interest Rev Harney is delivering two powerful sermons each day to large audiences Able assistance is given by the popular pastor Rev Mclntire and Rev Robinson the latter conducting the musical and praise services Som erset Journal Suffered for Five Years with Kidney and Liver Trouble suffered for ilvp yours with kid ney and liver trouble which caused seyero pains across tho back and a blinding headache I had dyspepsia and was so constipated that I could not move my bowels without a cathar tic 1 was cured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and have been well now for six months says Mr Arthur S Strickland of Chatta nooga Tcnn For sale by Dr W X Craig the popular druggest Stan ford MATRIMONIAL Harry M Leighmer of Ludlow rind Miss Ama C Adams of Middleburg were married last week After a separation of nearly 20 years W T Tolson of Campton and Mrs Martha Johnson of Morgan county were married the second time Henry McKInney and Miss Mildred McWhorter of the Fryes Creek sec tlon were married at the Whipp Hotel Lberty A Lucky Postmistress- is Mrs Alexander of Cary Me who has found Dr Kings Now Life Pills to be the best remedy sho over tried for keeping the Stomach Liver and Dowels In perfect order Youll agree with her If you try these painless purifiers that Infuse new life Guar anteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Price 25c FOR RENT Hons and lot In Hustonvlllu under Hchool district Good Improvement an good locution lror acres ot grass nts for rent If wanted K P Carpenter More Innd Ky HAVE YOUR colts castrated by T P Gross Crab Orchard Ky the wen known cas trator of horses and horse doctor Phone In Residence The Blue Jack SAM Was sired at S H Uaughmans Sam is Dam by Abram 2nd and he is by Imp Abram by Black Hawk The dam of Sam was a well bred jennet Sam is 5 years and is 14 hands high Sam has proven himself a good mule jack Come and look Sam over before booking your mares WilV stand at fd for mare mules and 85 for horse mules four months old Lien retained on all colts until season withnor removed from the county forfeits the insurance Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Will stand at my place Hast of Way nesburg and 2 miles West Lays mill KyIp M NaP WHITES T LfJE q Rk S PURITY GUARANTEED Splits Splits SPLITS What Is Splits Find Out Get n bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Splits Mndo from Kpsoin Water Carbonated Stops the Dope Habit It is easy Try our Diamond Brand Splits For sale at Drug Stores Soda Fountains Cafes and Saloons Price lOc Per Bottle Whites 0 C Water Company Inc Crab Orolmrdj KY i c = d Ultraand Brock If there is a better line of Ladies Footwear I made in America today than the one made by the Moore Schafer Shoe Co and called the Ultra and Brock Port I do not know them They are made in every conceivable last and leather They are as serviceable as ladies shoes can be made They are as pretty as artists can make Our lineJof Low Shoes thistime is Especially HandsometBrock Port Shoes 3 Brock Port Low Shoes 250 Ultra Shoes 350 Ultra Low Shoes See them and you will like them Use a pair and you will want them againtH J McROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY I i l EGGS EGGS EGGS Ilvmouth direr lJ ce Wyandott mirillnck Ijuicuhnnatllpef etlntt of tIt dUrLt tnrtof charge to litnnfonl Lancaster or Oral Orchard Tin Inter esttd are Invited to vU III tts und a- my tock Mr W I hlhkrllir Vie Poultry Farm A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store inI the Owslcy Building Two Farms For Sale itorigonpile Went It wen 1IIIIIro1 0111 bIt water and ttllllllr flIltll nIlllrAbu of tIll mhlwny Iwlwenn and IllIIngtotiplkes toaloutlet nllt fenced Term reasonable T iInrkhurKOld Orchard Dlstllliry Whisky Direct trove IDstlllerr Aoyguantltp lint tie Jug or ferret U 1290 tJ ana S I Order by mn promptly thlppeu OLD OUM1 OHOHAUO DI8TILIFUY CO Opposite Depot Orb Orchard Ky A Special Bargain lOne hundred mid sixty ncrp rune about toile Nortwe1 of foal two tory IJroom dwelling Il aplettdldtoek lji10lllj of the twat watered fnrini In nvcetxnry outlmlldliiB Hplumlld orchard acre In bholtrll nrer Iu plowed Thu wholll furut Illn welt and alert no wmto land on It l lvi miles from nnnvllle and in n uplemlld community This Is IIIrgnlllllnll lIIust MId wllhlll the next ai locum Pasts can lw of fnrnrosMsalonKlvmtatonc- Forrutrtteuinrs tvo Tiiine Hughei l K- yMIKADO llKnowntuithoO H llmine llnret- Iilioycatehtnlllonhnndshigh load Hon ofstyli iiiul Indiana Ho listS proven hlmJlf n limit lireedir Oomo and look over foro looking man Ile will heatedyour hilt colt the tho farmers 11111 stand tit my plucf mile Kiijt of YiyViV l to lustre n Wen retained on nil colIN tinlll cnnni money l Mnrcn trndd or purled with from ihncountytlortultetluti Ileinoval Sllrllurl Cant taken to but not reIwulhIe11Otddnng occur Wayiie lmrg hy WaynisburolMarblt and Gran lit Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Dealer In and Manufacturer of Granite Monuments Marble Uitter n I CIIIII Often and wor- kwnyneburgky It 11tttdg- attAgtINSURANCI3 Your house Dutynever burn You are sure to die See and talk with R M Ncwlhnd who will show you the policy best adapted to your ago and circumstances Claims paid promptly Dividends paidannually or defer red R M NEWLAND Mutual Life Insurance Cot of N Y Organized 1843 l l u Port 3e Spring is hero and with it cornea the thought of HOUSECLEANINGBut of muchof its terror The wisdom consists in making her pur charts of hontecdcnningretjuisiles such ni- Amoiiin Borax ling tixtcnniimton Dijinfectmitu Moth Jlallg Varnishes Paints Etc PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky r Call and get ono oj these Ifnot sati4rtctoryreturn it and get your mon ey bark Good for roast turkey ham etc Works on top of stove ns well in oven GEORGE H FARRIS 1 Stanford Kentucky tBUY YOUR tr Collars Hames Collar Pads Backbands Trace Chains Plow Lines Fencing Wire Staples Ratchets Grub Toolsc from41 iIGeorge D Hopper Stanford Kyf It t Hardware Groceries Tinware Queensware Tiling Etc r tsnoT GOODS LOWEST PRICE 1 1 i J New Skirts Wo now have on fnlo about 100 now skirts in lilack Navy Grey White Fancy Checks unit Plaid at 85 to 810 Big line of pleated and circular style skirts in lllaok Panama null serges at 857 SII 50 8750 and 810 The very popular solid Grey Grey Cheeks and Grey Plaid ntSrtoIO JWhite pleated Mohair skirl at 85 to 8750 SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUtKY STAN FOJU KY Anni 1901 RUSSIAN Corn Cure removes cdrhs In four daya lOc Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS to the wife of Dan Traylor n 1nonN V II TIUYLOK tho distiller Is f still quito OSCAR HUFFMAN of Danville was hero yesterday r WALTER JONBS is at homo from Boston fora few days Mrs L C Lnn of Knoxville is wllh Mrs Mattio Ncvius Mn W T SMITH who has been III for somo time is improving MRS WOODIK S JONKS went to Lou Isvlllo Saturday to buy goods MESSRS GEO P CRow and Jesse W Embry of Danville were hero yester f day Miss MATTIE TiionNE of Millers burg is tho guest of MUs Nancy New land MRS J W HAYPENand son Jpe or Paris are with her mother and sister here Mn AND MRS S A HILL of Gar rand were guests of Mr and Mrs S AldridgeMR SAUNDERS who has been with his daughter in Louisville for sum time is here I Miss DLANCIIG VANDEVERR will leave tomorrow for Maysville to visl f Miss Jennie Hudy PROF AND MRS J W IRELAND hBve j w gone to housekeeping in tho Hampton residence on Logan Avenue J Miss LENA HILL an experience trimmer of Louisville has arrived and is now with the Misses VanDeveer MRS A G HUFFMAN como up fron I Louisville Sunday to see Mrs Conner her aged grandmother who Is very DR AND MRS J B OwHLKYnnd Mr 4John Owsley Reid loft this morning for Augustine and other points in Flor Ida DR J G CARPENTER went to Knox villo Sunday to see his brother in Iaw DrJ M Black who is ill with pncu mania Tut C W H M will meet tomorrow Wednesday afternoon at 230 In tho lecture room of the Christian church MRS C HEM who has been ill at the SU Asaph Hotel for nearly n month was ablo to be taken to tier i home at Harrodsburg Sunday Mji WILLIAM LEAH of Garrard U- Stover Sunday to see his brother in law James A Duddomr who Is do- Ing as well as could be expected MR S H MARTIN has moved into the Presbyterian parsonage where lie will live until ho can get possession of the property he boughtMt Vernon Signal Mil GEORGE H CoorER returnedSat I urday night from Martinaville Ind where he has been treated for eczema White he Is not entirely cured he Is I greatly benefited tMit and MRS SIIELTON M SAUFLEY Frankfurt Saturday came over from returned yesterday but hist Mr Saufley wife will spend n week hero with her parents Mr and Mrs S II Haugh manA GOOP picture of Marion countys big bravo sheriff clever Henry Gill j tin appeared in Sundays Courier Jour nal Ho is wellknown In the West I End of Lincoln who o ho has scores of friends MR J R ORNDORFF who md a foot mashed In the Corbin yards some two months ago was able to pay his many friends hero a visit last week While t the member still pains him ho can walk fairly well on i- tt DR K J BROWN left Friday for Lon don England to attend lectures and to better equip himself for his largo prac tice Ho will also likely spend a few weeks at Vienna Austria Dr Brown wilt be gone threo months or more rt LOCALS ASK to see the white embroidered parasols at L M Huey Cos WE havo for solo tho Sir Walter Raleigh Seed Potatoes at 75c per bush el P G Warner Son RENTTho Btororoom on Lan eJS street just vacated by Garland this office Singleton Apply Tim Graded School will cross bats with the on Friday afternoon April 0th if theweatherpermits Como out and see a good game 15 cents Special For This Week I April 3rd to 7th incliuiac rIlllid Pull Blenched Sleeveless Vests tapered neck and arms size 4 to 6 Tho veal value of which is lOc eauh Wo will offiir them in lots of 4 no more no less to u ousto nerd at 25c for the I 10 dozen in this lot mid only on sale this week Dont wait and expect to get thom later THREE cheers for April and her good weather JUST In fresh supply of International Stock Food E T Pence Bio lino of buggy harness just opened See it J C McClary ALL plants lettuce rad dishes etc for sale Ed Hubbard Now is your chance for that Lanque lamp 23 per cent oil for 10 days Goo H Farris r MISSES VANDEVEER invite the ladle to see their display of pattern hats on Friday April 0 LIIIERTY is 100 yearn old says tho mthlerDo not forget tho moving pictures and other pleasing features at Walton Opera louse tonight FEW settings ofBarred Plymouth Rock eggs for sale roc for 15 Mrs Geo T Wood Stanford THE Young Peoples Married Club will meet with Mrs W A Tribblcncx Friday evening at 8 oclock THERE will be a box supper at Mt Olive church Saturday night April 7 for the benefit of the church Everybody invited WE will nip display of pattern hats at our Easter opening Friday April The ladles are cordially Invited to attend Messes Straub A OE who kept tab tells us that rain fell on 20 of the 31 days In March Horrible month it was April came in most decently may she keep It up A DANVILLE Negro escaped a mol by joining a funeral procession and still they say Danville la not a slow town Louisville Times The Danville New will now wipe up the earth with that publication Watch It- FLORIDA weather is One writes Mrs AY Fuller from Orlando as she encloses for her paper We had quite n frost on March 22 and a few of the tender vegetables were killed With that exception wo have had no cold weather she odds JUDGMENT of the Casey circuit court in tho case of Johnson Elliott against tho Commonwealth was upheld by the court of appeals Elliott was round guilty of the murder of Mr H W Hat ter and his punishment fixed at confinement for life in tho penitentiary THE Edison Kinctoscopc Company No 2 conceded to ho the leading mov- Ing picture entertainers will bent Wal tons Opera House tonight This company will present nn entirely different program from last year The pictures are now and of a very instructive char acter Entertainments of this kind when presented by a strong company should bo encourage by tho most lib oral patronage We predict a crowded house tonight Our people will remember the very satisfactory enter tainment given by this company ono year ago Tonights exhibition is said to bo stronger and better in every respect FOUND DEAD Edward Johnson the aged cabinet maker who occupied the building on Mill Street opjwsito J H Baughman Cos mill was found dead in his bed about 9 oclock Saturday morning Mr A P Brackett knocked un his door at that hour and failing to ljet a response pushed it open To his surprise ho found tho old gentleman cold in death Ho had been drinking heavily for several days and tho supposition is that whisky and exposure caused his death Ho was a fine workman and when sober was a very quiet gentlemanly citizen Ho was born in Denmark and had lived In Stanfonl only a few years Whether or not ho had a family is not known but the impression prevails that ho has Coroner William Skidmore summoned tho fol lowing gentlemen for a jury George P Bright A A Crutchfield Wm Undgraf J A Estcs U S Traylor md J A Allen and their verdict was as follows Wo tho jury find that the leceased Edward Johnson came to his death from alcoholism and exposure The remains were prepared for burial md placed in tho vault in Buffalo cemetery If no relatives are heard from In n few days the body will be interred there TilE young people enjoyed a hop at Waltons Opera House Friday evening THE fiscal court U in session today Considerable business is to be contract cd BRING your buggies tome theyncc fresh paint or new rubbers E T Pence FOR good disc harrow single or dot bio corn planter get my prices T U Nowlard FOR SALE OR RENTDr J K Van Arsdalca residence Possession give at once Apply to L R Hughes Stan ford Ky MR W T EARLES a good citizen or Mfddleburg has bought a farm on Green river in this county and will move to it soon WANTS INTERURHAN IINEMr W J Aston wants an Interurban line run from Stanford to Crab Orchard and says ho will donate 1000 to the fund to build one if it will run by his homo I1t Walnut Flat MR C L PRUITT a former West End of Lincoln boy is doing well in the mercantile business at Middlcburg Ho has just enlarged his storeroom and is now In the cities buying goods with which to fill It TilE L willmn an excursio train from this place to Louisville Sunday April 15 The faro will be 175 for tho roundtrip It will leave I1t 615 A M and returning will leave Louisville at 015 I M IF you want to ridyourself of that tired feeling try Whites Conccn trated Crab Orchard Water It will do the work For sale by W B McRob erts G L Penny W N Craig Stanford and C W Adams Hustonville MR G W YOUNG howent from Highland to Rago Kansas somo two years ago writes us to chango his paper to Medford 6 T to which place he has moved He Is delighte with his now home and says ho is pros peringKiLLIYG AT LANCASTERAbout 10 oclock Saturday night Mason Miller a liveryman was shot through tho head and died Sunday morning S B Jennings also of Lancaster was arrested and charged with the crime which he lenses Our Lancaster letter tells of tho killing HAVING lost my dwelling in Garrard county near Marksbury by fire Dee 11905 being Insured under policy N- oF1 182517 of tho Homo Insurance Co of New York I take pleasure in recommending the Homo Insurance Co of Now York to tho propertyown ers for their very prompt anti liberal settlement of my loss Very truly W C Greening No 5 Camnslo Place Lexington Ky Moral For insurance on your property against fire lightning and tornados see phone or write Jesse D Wearen Lancaster Ky Phono 41 or 48 Office in Gaines Hotel or Jesse D Wearen Stanford Ky phone 21 representing tho abovo company Inch sey Boyle Garrard and Lincoln counties OWSLEY After gradually sinking ror several months from tho weaknesses incident to extreme age Mrs Mary Jane Owsley breathed her last about 12 oclock Sunday night Mrs Owsley who was a Miss Dunlap was born in ayetto county 92 years ago and when quito YQung united in marriage with Joseph Hopper and to them wero born two children Mrs Mattio Withers and Mr George D Hopper both of this lace Mr Hopper died many years since and Mrs Owsley someycars later iccamo the wife of Jonathan Owsley who also preceded her to the grave At tho ago of 22 tho deceased joined the resbyterian church and throughout her long and useful life remained a devout member Mrs Owsley spent her early life in Fayette and Garrard counties but for nearly 40 years had made her home with her son in this county 11t whoso homo she died After short services by Rev Gilbert Glass at 1030 this morning tho remains will be removed from her late homo and consigned to the tomb in Buffalo cemetery A life that was long and useful filled with Christian virtues and worthy of mutation has come to a peaceful closet not her devoted ones weep for the reward of those who lived in Gods race is rich and everlasting and truly this is hers A RIG crowd attended the opening of circuit court at Liberty yesterday The docket is a light one and it will not all of tho week to clear it up takeI heavy rains have done damage In the State of Casey Tho Original Foley Co Chicago orlglnatci Honey and Tar ns a throat and lung remedy and on account of tho grca merit and popularity of Foleys Hone and Tar many imitations are offeree for the genuine These worthies Imitations have similar sounding names Beware of them rho genuine Folcys Honey and Tar Is In a yellow package Ask for it and re fuse nny substitute It is the bes remedy for coughs and colds Penny Drug Store Attention Farmers I I Imvojiut received u car lonil or ao ton of The Old llomiitend Fertilizer It hits n world hie reputation Is unexcelled III n crop producer It i dls on Its merit Koi the lundn iku give It n trlnl K W JIIFIIIIITlIC Klng ville Ky NOTICE t will until May i1fiimlly prlvll gsluuM Olympian water nt kiting llvt month for tnnd to t MIIIIV wiiter to point where do not horn to KlilpiinltItnl 2Js JUT cnse of 0 tmlloiu Try Allure KMHIMH- U K D SuIlloxt niutonvllle Ky Strawberry Plants For Sale I hntrth following varieties of Htrnw Isar Ilunt for Mile llnverlnnd Ilulmck UlucJJllUllll Mnry Hrnndyvvlne und other vnrletleg por 111 f ier IIIU I nlnohnvtSorndozen plpeoim that I will chn1f allure taken J L JOIINHO- VKlngivllle Ky For Sale PrivatelyM- yhouse and 10 acred of land situated lust outside of town limits on the Bomenet pike Homo bas 7 rooms kitchen and set rants room good cellar table and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for stock J P DAILEY FOR SALE Ynun of Wncres good WHO gross nnd to Imcco Inlid tins acres of hemp on It thli tear tho bnlnncd In gran Kami one mile from Hustonvlllo land adjoins pike house of 8 rooms kitchen bock porch cistern nenr kitchen snowinrntsxasfeet For terms apply to J H MclIAKOUK Hustonville Ky PUBLIC SALE I will ell nt public auction ut oclock Y all711IItMDAY AlIUfj II WM Ifllfm of 0 front Hustonvlllo on Htnnforii ptkn nlroli horses colt a yenr old by Nuixilii fmnlivhorM1 IIIlIk cons hogs lot of hay and corn rimplng Implements nllI household furniture Turin mode known on tiny of sole J II MclIAIUilTK HiiMonvllle Ky Morris General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard Ky Wo era prejwireil to writs Insurance Life Accident Fire or Tornado wad solicit the tiuiliKs of the citizens of the Kast liml Nona hut tho ost comjuin lei represented Oflice with Crab Orchard Banking Co inrnntnikwith usloforejdacingyour In turtinco of Mst your property with us and wo sell It For you charging you only n sump pvr cent Silk Waists We have just placed on sale n big assortment of Tnfleta Ha hutni silk waists with either short or long sleeves at 83 to 8050 Plain tucked Yap waists in Black or White ut 38 White llubutai silk waists withal insertion trimming at 8350 to 8050 V Taffeta silk waists in Black unit colors at 85 to SCoO I il Perkins NNNti NK1 iLargest 1 SHOE i STORE i almost as large ns the whole of any other store voted entirely to SHOES iDmut dciVariety To Select From styles and Standard Qualities QUEEN iSuperior HANAN tC SON null W L QUALITYi brands acknowledged to be the best See arc showing in Talent Gun Metal and S and White Canvas Visit our SHOE DEPARTMENT we S shall be glad to show you whether you want to buyor not i CUMMINS Sc McCLARY t1 NNti tN1tiN1AN1A 1 fflllII fIIIIIIIIIII1411111 IIJllllltlllll 5 10e Ware I We sho a line of the IIx Chinaware Glassware Tin ware Graniteware I Etc Etc Dont forget to visit this Depar- tmentLMHUBYOO t I Dry Goods Notions Five and Ten Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House KENTUCKYrr tlllltIIIIlltli- r IIIIIIIItII o The Interior Journal Entered in the Pot Qgiu at Stafford IU ucondclatt rnntter- PCDL18UAD rURSOATS AND VHIDAT LT 100 PIER YEAR CASt ETWbea cot so paid ItOO will be charger Trees Plants Vines tho g of 1RW tho TUUK GRAB NUItHKItiKM ut Lexington Kjr offer R full stock of Fruit nud Ornnmrntrl TreI her Hhrubs Htrnwlierrlet flrnpe Vlntv 6mnll Fruits Ububnrli AipnrnKiia eto Wo no Strawberry wed Oen- erALCatatogtIeonnpptlcntlnnto K A N- ONSINSURANCE Fire Lightning VlndBtorm Ltfe and Accident None the 8THONGEHT nm BEST Companies Lowest slble Ilntes l Lou rnyDtg jttec ordUnequnlled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 8J J WaAICEY Proprietor LIVERY RND FEED STflBLE Stanford KY All Rigs New and Neat Special attention to traveling men A share yourI patronage Is J B Uoones old stand on Dept St I hone No Ot 35 Farm Mules For Sale All broke and natlvt bred You can see them by calling on ma I G Fox Livery Feed V Sale Stable Danville Ky BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage ia solicited Horsci on commission Stock Pens In Connection New Hustonville Firm r Having bought of McOormnclc A Peacock Ihelr Groceries Hardware etc we tollclt u share or the patronage of Vest IIlIIOIpie We nlso bare In connection n heat Market nnd Lunch Counter Wo wife buy good butcher stun at hlKhest market and huvlug nplemlld meat cutter wet you with the We ulso buy ail kind of country produce lv IIIBHOI A UPPh Hustonville Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why bny rendyiuniU clothIng when Ihlre la so little dllTorunco li the price of high trade rondymudo suits and n suit made to your ineiisuronitnt taken by un exp rlencod tnllorr I bnvo II hnlld80llle line of Full nnd Winter goods I can mako from low price business suit to the fluent dress suit Also overcoats trousers uml fancy vests The company I represent Is ono of the beet- H O RUPLEY the Ta- ilorpai71Traylor DSALIR IN WHISK Brandy Wines Beer Gloars Etc Ollle t4tOepotSTANFORD KY Prompt and pout itteotlon Nothing I the hi II drink Mall phon tt Itlegript order rtctlrs aroaptsttentlon e1 eear Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarncESSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY OfflcePhone 187 Home Phone 35 J l Beazley CO Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Furniture MattingsRugs They willexchange Furniture fort all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY f r is FARMERS DEPARTMENT Two heavy work horses for sale W W White Moreland Read the description and pedigree or Wm Dodds magnificent Gambol Wilkes stallion Galton which appenrs on our fourth page A E Hundley has purcnased fine young stallion by Oratorio 213 which he will have at the Central Kentucky Fair grounds this season in the stud H Halley of Scott county is said to have sold the largest tobacco crop grown in Kentucky in 1902 a total of 271050 pounds on which he realized 2158707 Grown on 165 acres oflandM Baughman has three fine jacks which will make the present season Two will stand at 10 to insure a living colt and one at 8 If you want to raise mules that will sell for big prices you had bettter breed to his jacks Geo B Cooper trustee of the Geo II Simpson bankrupt estate made the following sales of property Saturday 85 acres of land to George Hunn at25 a house and lot in Shelby City to Dr Cartwright for 937 J I Case threshing machine outfit to Leslie Carter for 621 Horses sold at from 50 to 110 150 shocks of fodder at 9 cents hay 37 cents per bale cord 210 per bushe Farming implements brought good prim es The weather conditions were very unfavorable and the crowd was smal Capt T D English cried the sale Is Thp Moon Inhabited Science has proven that the moon has an atmosphere which makes llfe in some form possible on thatsatelU but not for human beings who have n lard enough time onthisearthof ours especially those who dout know that ElectricllItterscurc Headache Ulllou less Malaria Chills and Fever Jaundice Dyspepsia Dizziness Torpid Liver Kidney complaints General Jeblllty and Female weaknesses Cn equalled as a general Tonic and Aim ictlzer for weak persons and especiall for the aged It induces sound sloe Hilly guaranteed by Pennys Drug- Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Price only COc The fact recently brought to ligh by the Bureau of Statistics that we use more sugar per capita or per asteres than any other people in the world may be variously accounted for For instance none but an America has the hardihood to keep on bringing his girl candy when he knows this can only result in his winning her heart and hand and having her dentists bills to pay ever after likewise none but an American dare put upward of three lumps in his coffee with his landlady looking But after all the real ex lanation is probably to be found in the circumstance of Americans being denied the uses of adversity by the operation of the Dingley tariff and having therefore to resort to other sweets to supply the natural demand for that sort of thing Puck 1 r++ lured Hemorrhages of the Lungs Several years since my lungs worm so badly affected that I had man hemorrhages writes A M Ake of Vooil Ind I took treatment with jveral physicians without tiny benefit then started to take oles Hone and Tar and my lungs are now at sound afe a bullet I recommend it ir Ivanced stages of lung trouble oloys honey and Tar stops the- cOllgh and heals tho lungs and pre- cuts serious results from scold JJe fuso substitutes Pennys Drug Store The fight to save tho life of Albert Patrick under sentence of death for- the murder of tho aged Texas millionaire William M Rice will be resumed in New York on Tuesday before Re rdcrGofT on the motion for a new- trial Human Blood Marks- A tale of horror was told by marks of human blood In the home of J W llllums n well known merchant of- Due Ky Ho writes Twenty earsr- UgO I had severe hemorrhages of the and was near death when I boo taking Dr Kings New Discovery It completely cured me and I havo reo malnod well over slnce It cures Hemorrhages Chronic Coughs Settled Coll1s and Bronchitis and Is tho onl- known lure for Weak Lungs Every bottlo guaranteed by Pennys Drug- Store Stanford Lynn Bros Crab OrchuId fWo and 81 Trial bottle free Rev J Wesley Ankins pastor of- Faith Tabernacle Philadelphialmas been- held to answer as accessory before tho- fact in the death of Grace Bates who expired of typhoid fever without medical attention omach and Liver Trouble Cured lno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures stomach and liver trouble us It aids digestion and stimulates tholtver nun loels without irritating these organs like pills and ordinary cathartics It cures Indigestion and sick hend- ache and chronic constipation Orino xatlvo Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and is mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitutes 1cnns DrugStore r 5 t4L GALTON 12910 Sited br OambotU Wilkes StlOf with t91 with records from 3 to 2 30 claimed to be the greatest sire In time world 1st dam DIllY Field granilam of 3 wltb record from 2 124 ts 3 IT by 33 sire of 0 In S 30 and dams of In I 30 or better 2nd dam Quickstep by Kentucl Prince Jr sIre of J Q 2 17 Lcmonai 2 7rt and the dams of IS In tbu 2 30 list Srd dam by Old Joe sire or the dam or J Q 2173 Gallon carries the blood of four leadlnK tamllleg Ilimiblctonlun WllUeo Mambi brlno Chief and Seoleys American Star Dalton Is a dark bay 15 2S hands breedl large Ono style action and 6 of his colts have been handled for epee a short time one took a mark of 2 29 tno other Ore worked trials from 2 18 to 230 colts have gone against and defeated tbe best In the harness classes and roacbter rings one of Itls colts bating won a 1i5 pr talum at the Ilustonvllln fair over the belt Comment Is unnecessary as bo ts so well known having made all of his seasons at my place 12 In all Gallon will stand at my stable 3 milt west of Uustonvllle on UradfordsTllle plk at elo to Insure a living colt Money due U mare Is traded after being bred Oran after May lit at 1380 per month Phone In residence W M DODD Huitoavnie Ky ELECTION NOTICE Hinuliir term of till Lincoln county sour hold for Ilhl CIIIIIIIlIn the ltllIllI llIrch list Irrsiiit It d Wnrron Juilgf WndvIVrklnsU W HroniiUKb W Ia sop Morris Jm Wilson and ninny othi1 tltlonela to estnblUh n Grndtil Coiunio tkhool Distric- titspsmrlugtothtcourt that n 1lItlnn- IFllII Siuto w Hroimual Morris Josh Wilson J C Me Whorter M Hell WJ KdmUton K Kites M Ihlllliw J A IMUord H A Mhmhiietol J WSIoorf0 horns A T NVntson Ito Uummlns and iiinny othi legal voters anti tnxpiiyprs of Justice ll trlet No Sot Ilncolu county Ky was lllii with and tN foro till Judge or that Ilnriili county court nt tho rvjiulnr term IM of the Lincoln county court linking Unit II griuM ommon school ill trlct ter orgiinlim will Its iNiundiiry us follows IkKtnnlim on L t XII K feet rtouth of one IMo I lid where Info between Win Mink nnd the Slut man heirs crosses wild ntlinmd thence with lhl him to tho Mt Vernon rood HIBIUN with tilt Ml Vernon rand to where line lie t wwn It I Iucns mind K JOuliilcoinn ti mid rand thence with their lino to the lopper Creek nod tlioiicu with Copper nxk o Dlx with the meanders of will river to where the lace Utwion Illclnml Wll on and the Iluchnimn heirs croiw suli river thrill with tin Wllsouiind Iluchnmii Die to lice Kill Lick ronl tlicun with unit raid to tilt Grub Orclmnl nml Ijinrustii urhplke thence Houthwt t wild turnplki to s here MIIIIO crosses Dix IllviT thiiirc vlth Ills Illwr to the Ermine fonl nUmt Iwlow Flat Rock thence straight Ilse hwludluitollin lino hvtwitn Klttlo King uiul the lord tHhawitrnttheneeroutecroeavs brand 10 where tho county sumo nonce with thu county rand to hrhlge 1w wreathe houseof D J llbishy stud lltiii MwnnU lhrnceastnslght across tin mil of ho 1uyno holrs John Isoti and li J Hinlth to the corlltr where Innds ot sold heirs nnd T IVunlnntoiMmlthibnlhul11s lint Iwlwten Hmlth and Vnnlnuton to the Htiinford A Ornb Urohon tike thvncv down wild pike to where 11- 11tIrIllIOf Mrs J II Owsloy the hbmnnms heirs crosses saint thence tht Inc or Nwsiey uud tbrillmuis 11f to the line thoiiro with the lino IH woonOwsloyiind IVnnlngton nerves I A v IL It nonr Utilvvrt Ibu Ittt Mouth of tulle pot 1113 to tlllUbll thorn tree on slid lint honco from wild thorn tree to corner where OWIII Iforila hones old colt to the ounty road thence Kust with tin county otul to where lino liotwnfiiOlinrle IkiMiinil ho Mnrlon Hunt corner to saino thonco with thilr lino tocornor where Hunt Iteihl Muck Holnios Join thence ji trnlghtI- mtexcrosslhcfitnmmifsrdd llolino uiul J n OariHMitfi inrludlni toniint hou o cm busies fnrm nod ri ltlonco on Carpenter nrm toculxvrt onOlmppoiritUiipplkeiiliout m rods Vntof Ciirtxiitors rom wild culvfrt to stone comer on Mouths ids ot J D Anderson IIOIIMS InoludliiK tndercnls house where AmlorMin riser arniul Julln llufonl tops thoiice with An lorixin and lUifonln llnr t i u low corner there Andfrson llufonl mind Mtircun hup wll Jnhi thlnCl with line olwvoii Uiapnll ml iiiifurtl to chestnut ark vnrnor wiiere- tcdd till fon1 Win Hlinpxni mid ilncoln Oulollilthllcl tnileht lint crosslhe Iniul Tom Iliunwy ncludlngltiinisfy8 house tuu point ontrnli Irohard v road nlniut yurtU tooth of uild llniiiHoyMliDUMrtiuiuvn Ito ITOSM tilt lid of lUmmoy iimlLiiry I1ron to mill Aiulir ons linns IncltKlIng amo tlionco n lair arrow lucid ot Andir on nnd J ylIssues to ixilnt whirr Ailanu lolllo Visit old the dank farm Join client with the lino lirtwovn lurk end the uut mall liilrn tIme with the Ian to the lie llllllllK And lint thexlte for the xrhitol IIIHIM of old graded district lie In tin Iln1I1 vnm mOil ImlldliiKorMiUI DUtrlit o M liloh is IIJtIII1 in tin town nf frnb iiroh IIrtl nl or ulmut tlio iHilnt t f the Junction of Jimtinier Htrift with the Full llck road ml It further iipiHnrliiii that oiild silt tartllUtl to h iiotoxiT nilliK from IIIIY iMilntuf the iHiunilnry or tin Mild pro used dltrlcl wad It lurtlifriipiMHrlnii that rid iiotltlonernliro tiixpuyirn raters IIlId reMldent projiowtl urtulid tTm seheoldlstrlelnnd of dlstrlotion llnroln iIund It further up urliitf that the county UiHfliiteiidiit bus ulorMtl on sold ixtltlon hilprO1 of that n majority of tlwh coiitmoii chap dldtrlol tint will In nbnicnl within wild t ropo ol urudeil rom soil MhtKil il strict In whole or In Mirt hove ulnr e4t heir approval on wild Xtltlon its rovldotl by law court Ixlng row Ivlsoil and iiurflnis with jet Illouers IK to itimlary orllTnl Clint the hula of ihls- amity and ho Is hen hy onlorwl to cause 111011 to Iw opened and election lioltl at th promnt xohonlhuiiM tif common MIIIMI strict No 78 liKattil In the town of Urnli rchnrtlon Katunlay the th day of Irll- lIill the name Iing lOdiiys and imiri after thl entry of this unlir for the of the sense of tin legally iiunlllhil 1101111011111ur 111 nlil coiiiiiuin lax district iHltiiiKliiK to whlti volorx id corMratlons nod u pull tax of U niionoh whh mato huts of Mild ilUtrlil iif the oof tl yoarn for the pnrpo i f oxtabiuh cotununliTilt olllfer ul eloctlon will onus thl time nil oloollon tu bo held for the ttlon of MX truHtooftiiml they will make turn In ilue form of leis of Hi nKiilt of Idoloctltin nt the eat rlb st day iirartlcahlv within tin iiiiit re neon by fnvr Nee ll 0111 Irk lly IMlally Ii O A Oopj Alt It HAINRALSAM frvmotoi a loiurl nl rovwtll I Never Tills to Ite lore Ors Hmir to Its Youthful or Cum w HVinlSIJiitt Dmnliti Commissioners Sale 11 Lincoln Circuit Court Mm O Dbtins hMr PUT vI Mrs I o ImtniVi bvlrs vt nl IhfU Not ot Hill 1urnunnt to n jminnuiil of the lliir II circuit court rendered in the IItIII nctlon nt tho Ftbrimrr tirnt last tin uml signed nmitler commUMomT of mold court will on Monday April Mutt Iwtwwn trlllll li p In trout ot the court house door In Htimfonl Ky Bellut public outcry to theIlilglunniul tet tilclclcr the nnl esidu mutter tlttcrllKHl Tliti Mild rrnl estiito on lists of that tram of Inml sltunttnl In thl en torn port of llnroln motility Ky which wimoniuMl h Mri IO Dunn nt tht time of herllllItb It is tmummded on tho North tho InmU of thu helni of Oeorue King 011 trio net by tho Inmlot inn OMjkii heln on the south by the bind ol Mnmuil lunIAllro Wlllhiliu Abo Cniiipbvll nnd Amnn lllKKln nmlou tho west by the Inmls or Jnim 4 Payne At tintilna of tier dentil Mar Dunn wIIA Imlobtwl in vertiitnxumi wed rote once of tho qiUitlou of her ltdebteriuese- this to commUtloiuT It was found and nIMlrtll1 by him that her titntw wits Indebted In th sum or tR7ii4l mid Interest on cvrtnln ltOr tlons thereof HaIti report Wits ronflrnii except ns to om clnlin of SIM and IlItfllt from S3 Which llllllH lute Riot y t ndjudlcutlvl Thupmonnl vntntt 1I0t htln sullielent 101107 hu debt Horn munch us SII mid the real eatto clove mentlonttl not Ixlnn suneepllblo of division without material liiiimlrmentof Itll vnlue thb itnlo win onlrnxl by the court ror the IIUMWIK of IIg the debtor its IIhoo set forth icon ulstributliiE the surpli should there ISicily nfter tho pnyuuiit ilebt und costs nnioiiii tin hems llunn The subs wl boiumln on n credit ot Ih moiitti std limo puriIftiAer will Ii i require toitlvtf bond tor the price wit to the voinml slonerandhienringinliret nt till rule or COllt iMtriinnuiii from ditto ot snl until imtil i nnd to secun the nlinj u will hit rvtnlmil on the Inml sold CEO U SAUFLEY M C L C C Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Anna L Stephenson 1lff vs Flora Btcpl enson et al Dtu Notice of Sale Pursuant to a judgement ot the Ltncol Circuit Court In above action at the Iebruaryterm the nods signed Master Comr will on MONDA AIIUL TilE SITU 1008 about the hour of- r ta front of tho court hoa o door In Stanford sell at public outcry to the blithest and best bidder the real estate herein after described The real estate li situate In Lincoln County Ky on tbo 0 8 U one mile south of warncsburg on Moj ounty road and Is bounded as follows leirlnnlng at a stone In the edge of tbe O U H at mouth of lane 8 2S E 43 pole to a stone In the edge of said right of way IftSEliO poles iw links to a stone and slack pointer In the edge of old state road rlth same N I W to a gum and white- oak N 4j El poles to a sycamore near wet edge of said edge of stld road cornea to T S Reynolds 6J W 88 poles to a dogwood 8 OJJ W toles to a stone In the edpe of the county road corner to J M Reynolds his line N M W ID poles 10 links to a stake S Sal W 12 poles to a stone 01 dgo ot said H U tight ot way with said Ight ot way 8 23 E S9i pollS to the be Inning containing 71 acres ot land unarm or lees This sale Is to be made for thin iurKMe of division For the nurchasi trice the purcbaser will be required to glvi road with approved personal security myablo to the Cumr bearing Interest t the rate ot six per cent annum from late of sale and further secured by a lien the land sold A credit of six months rill be given QEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C commissioners Sale l Lincoln Circuit Court J IL Murray Plrf vs Olcklllojlnion Deft Notice ot Bale Pursuant to a judgment ot the LIncoln circuit court rendered ID the ahovest led ac Ion at the February term the under Igned matter eoroiuMilorcr of cabs court will on MOMMY APKttWTtl lOW bet ween I and t r In trout of the court bouae door at SlunfurJ Ky sell at public outcry to tho highest nnd bust bidder the real estate hereinafter described Thi mount uccei arv to be realized from this sale Illh aunt of aud Interest thereon ntll palrti at the rate of por rent poi iinnm from Dec 12 160s luiiject Lois cred It of 173 paid July 17 loot and the costs or thlo action Bald real estate Is situated In county Kentucky and Is In two UaetA Thu nut tract which Is on the orsot Clear Creek about two miles mat of Orab Orchard Ky on the north side of the tanford pike and Immcdlatolv In the rear or lands now owned byW Yvao Is junded all follows Ileclnulug hi the uth went corner of Andy Iatne 12scro lot this sumo being n corner to W F 13van arkul by a tune and small black oak N iS5 R 416 feet to a slake lu Kings lion and inner to said 11 acre tract tit ace Kings IIDe NTS at Wioei feet to a stake In a brach hear a whltr oak stump corner to Mis Win bruba las thence her line 815 W 1293 hIt- to a white oak and small cedar In the Uau- or said Abrahams and corner to W F Ev 1101 thenoo Evans lion In a northeasterly dIrection to the brglnnlng containing acrt more or leu second truce U one Ibo waters of Dlx ITho Lincoln count Ky nnd Is bounded lIe lnuloK at a stake near and lime kiln corner Ui Sargent and King thence NIB E 230 feet ton stake near n black oak milling S 80 E 770 tent to n stake 20 feet est of elm thence 8 10S W 310 feet to the beginning containing four acres and l6 poksof lund the deed convoying sold land helngot record In tbu oalceuf thoclurk 01 the Lincoln county court In deed book IlgdU1 The sale bo made on a credit of six inths and tho purchaser with be required to tlvo loud for the price with pruvtil pifrsonal soourlty pityublr to this mmlnloncr and Injuring Interest at tbl- rate ot 6 per cent per annum from dots of Iile until paid a lion being retained on the- Ind fur furthcr security OED B SAt FLI3YJI C L C C DOCK GRAYHhutlnn- dpnnv7ycnreolellMInrhevtollowncdbylluglc Helil Foster will iimkti the eciunnnt ilo to Insure H It an pony that cost lljui In the Hhutlund is reKiinled by hiirsxiuen iu the best any In Kontuckyilufintlnn nil coiners In the tliOMrllii In hate Lien rutiiliutl nil nil calls until sen oii U Glares Dnrtiil with or hind ulsewherl forfeits lusuriiiiiHuiiul money iHcoineH due Will iiinko thus HCIIIOII nt the burn buck of the HI Annpli Hotel A o REID Htiinford Ky j s CLOTHESFor tho Spring and SiuiOncr Season we are showing time largest anti most uptodate lino of Men anti Boys Clothes that we over did before Other Offerings Our fricndi anil patrons will Gad in 9tir various departments the most complete of1 ring ofmerchatdisuiso have ever yet shown Ao havo been extremely careful in selecting our goods from only tho milkers ol tho highest reputation for goods you can reIou GrxHls that we cam recommend n Prices that are absolutely right SAM ROBINSON Dry Goods Clothing Shoes HnU nnd Capj Indies trod Ocntn Kuruifli- ji jugs Etc the store that saved you phooey Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY You will never know just how well you look in one of these H H Suits until you have worn one We are showing a large va riety of patterns from 7 to 1750 Get your pick while picking is good W E Perkinsu u the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January I 1906 24600000 v OFFICERS SH SHANKS PRESIDENT WO WALKER ASSISTANt CASHIER j B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT j c BAIUEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J Ire OWHLKV Stanford It EIIANKR Stanford O W OAHTEII Turnonrille W it COMMINV Ir iachursrltl L a Ooocn WiiTneibur W 1L THAVIIH 0 IloerutOrtesk1L I lltliiiilii laOCAlvr W 0 W IKCII Stanford J IosTtiu Stanford W U SuaxktlSmnford J it PAXTHM Stuuford- W J r sHetlilly willclt tilt Hrrnunts of Individ nuts Klrim trod CnriiorHtlons Hunks and hankers uiul uro preimnM tii furnUli all drlwslldreuvlt uivomimMlntlons us iiri coinUtont with safi luinklim MiKleril Millet 1511011 Muses In our viiult for uw of our Cusiommer First NationalStanford Kyi BankCapital Stock 50000 This Institution w ss established M the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 18S8 then reor as thu National Bank of Stanford In IBM and again roorganliod as the First National nark of Stanford In 1882 having had practically an unlnter rupted existence fur 43 oats It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact baslnoss promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited I IIKentucky Officers J HOUICKR Prest T HAHIIIH V Pros J J MoUOIIKUTB Ohr W II WRAIIENAIt Chits a Directors Beheld DanTllle T Harris Stanford J Mocker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnney M U Elmore Stanford II Ilanchman Stanford T I Hill Stanford Jst Uoblnsou Hubble J lluughinan Stanford J M Iottu Stanford 0 R Tate Stanford r pANTa 1T vY 61tiN N 1N1 NYtiN ICrniics Hcroiii GOlUluUlACrniss Heroin Compound jWlHSN BABY PIIK5T HKQINS TO SNKEZB GIVE s Craig s Heroin Compound IT CURES THAT IIOA11SE ANI CUOUPY WHEEZE AND STOPS THAT IIATTMNO SOUND Joe fiOo AND 100 SIZES AT CRAIGS DRUG STORE