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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 rT f i L f rr I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL G 1906 NO 11 OTTENHEIM Myrtle Dyehouso continues very low with no prospects for improvement James Bros have finished sawing nt their present mill scat and will move their mill back on the piko near homo in u few days Milton Kidd lately deceased was fol lowed by his little baby Monday Both wcro laid to rest In tho Oaks Chapel tiburying ground An infant of Mr Carr who recently moved to this section from tho moun thins was interred in the Pine Grove burying ground Sunday Tho Pine Grove Sunday school will give an Easter entertainment on that day of songs aniisijccchefl suitablo for the anion Ev rJ f is invited Father Helling seems to be useful i with saw piano and hammer aa well as nn expounder of scripture Ho has done his part of the work and tho do signing of tho tower of tho Catholic church and improving the walks and roads to tho church Ono of tho most pleasant occasions of recent date In our midst occurred Saturday last when tho friends children and grand children of Mrs Cindy James gathered at tho homo of her son Cyrus James to celebrate her C9th birthday Despite tbo inclement weath er a good number were present and enjoyed tho feast of good things pro pared for tho occasion C7 in all par taking of their hospitality Mrs James Is the relict of Garland James and is Grandma or Aunt CIn to almost every man woman and child In the neighborhood It was beautiful to sec the deference shown her by her children and grand children She is tho mother of 15 children four of whom arc living 20 grand children and 10 great grand children May she long be 4spared to them and celebrate many more birthdays is thewish of the entire neighborhood where she is loved and respected Grip Quickly Knocked Out borne weeks ago during tho severe a winter weather both mywife and my soil contracted severe colds which Uio worst kind 8i ccdUy doclopclllnto of la grippe with nil Its miserable symptons says Mr J S Kgleatonot Maplo Landing Iowa Knees nail c Joint aching muscles sore head topped up ofe and noso running with alternate spells of chills and fever We began using Chamberlain Cough Kerned v aiding tho sumo with a double dose of Chamber lalnn Stomach and Liver Tablets and by Its liberal use soon completely knocked out time grip Sold by Dr W N Craig tho popular druggist Stanford CHURCH MATTERS A Moysville minister keeps an ad vertisement for his church In tho papers lie says ho has seen the good results of It Kcv Victor W Dorris for many years tho minister of tho Christian church at Georgetown Las accepted a call in Pcndloton Wash While saying requiem mass at tho funeral of oife of his parishoners the Rev John Dempsey resident priest of St Hernards Catholic church nt Craw fordsvlllc Ind fell dead In his pulpit A dispatch from Williamsburg says The Baptist church congregation will build a new 10000 church this spring Nearly all of tho money is already sub scribed A New York millionaire has promised 10000 for a now recitation building for Williamsburg Institute if the people will build tine new church which Is now assure- dRheumatism ekes Life Mis erable v A happy homo is the most valuablo possession that Is within tho roach of mankind but you cannot enjoy Its comforts If you nro suffering from rheumatism You throw aside business cares when you enter your liomo and you can bo relieved from those rheumatic pains also by apply lug Chamberlains Pain Halm Ono application will glvo you relief and Us continued use for a short tlmo wll bring about u permanent cure For sale by Dr W N Craig tho popular druggist Stanford Hes tho most devout man in tho church I never saw anyone who could bo so absorbed in prayer Indeed I never noticed it Probably not I dont suppose you ever took up tho collection Catholic Standard CORNS CUBED Corn Exitwily posi tively remove corns in Tho treatment is simple and pleasant and wo absolutely guarantee to rotund tho money to each and every customer whoso corns aro not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford KyI Ccti1 b The G6vernment Printing Office On his way to New York your correspondent stopped over In Washington for a few days and while there visited tho great government printing office where ha met Public Printer Charles S Stillings At his invitation ho made a tour of the big plant and found an army of workers of all tho trades that go to make up a first class printing ofiicc the number of pcoplo there being as large as tho population of tho average Kentucky cities- Accustomed to handling big proposi tions Mr Stillings went about tho task before him with the energy of a steam engine and those in Washington who are familiar with conditions are beginning to see tho effect of his four months of work almost night and day Ho has ton very largo extent overcome tho hostile feeling toward him among tho cmployesnnd has entirely changed that on Capitol Hill His effort to get things down to a reasonable economic as well as an orderly basis is being ap predated The stringent orders neces sary to uproot along existing laxity of discipline at first pinched liko a new shoe but now that the newness has worn off there is not tho complaint card at ono time Tho new public printer expected the shoo would pinch but stood by tie guns and tho result is most gratifying in official circles Mr Stillings is gradually reorganizing tho office and surrounding himself with tho best material obtainable His chief clerk Capt II T BraIn foreman of printing Charles E Young and Pri vate Secretary Fred A Collins are his right hand men and have national reputations as able lieutenants and accommodating officials The latter part of November last President Roosevelt surprised the em ployees of Uncle Sams big printery and official Washington as well by the announcement of tho selection as public printer of Mr Charles A Stillings fonnerly of lioston but at the time manager of tho Printers and Bookbind ers Hoard of Trade of New York City The appointment was a distinct disap ointment to tho personnel of tho office andone that did not take well with many representatives In Congress for they had indorsed another nan The new public printer who is a young man of excellent equipment for tho place byIboth in this office and in Congress- It was a condition and not a theory that confronted him The plant was honey combed with cliques and factions and a generally demoralized condition had existed for some time Depart mental chiefs appearing before the Appropriation and Printing Committees of Congress were testifying as to tho ex cessive cost of their printing although the facilities for such work were un equalled by any printing establishment II tho world He has created somo new places known as Inspectorships and n statis tician Chief Inspector Charles S Brown hails srom Michigan and is thoroughly fitted for tho duties devolving upon him in the reorganization of the office Ills relations with tho public printer are of a very personal and con fide tlnl characterperhaps more so than any other clllciul in the office Mr Browh has two ablo assistants in tho person of Mr II F Ashion of Califor nia and Dr IVm J Manning of Dos ton Tho place of statistician has been given to a Southern man Russell 0 Becnc of Tennessee Messrs Ashion Manning and Becno were promoted from the ranks and help make up the personal stall of tho public printer The printing offices cost tho government approximately 5000000 and the annual disbursements now exceed 7 000000 Over 4300 people are employed at an average compensation of about 3 a day Its output is greater than that of any similar establishment in existence As soon us Congress makes the proper appropriation it Is the public printers intention to install in tho big printer tho largest and finest lith ographing equipment of any office in tho country Recently they have installed in tho office about 100 Lanston and Morgan thaler typesetting machines With this largo number of machines and tho heavy force of hand compositors they turn out an enormous quantity of print ing There are several Kentuckians in the office Mr John L Alvcraon of Richmond Kyis the pay roll clerk of tho whole printery J M ALVEUSON No Quarter Tim evils which always follow after indigestion biliousness or eonstipa lion will give no quarter Better fight them to u finish with Dr Caldwolls laxative Syrup Pepsin It Is a weapon against these dangerous diseases which will give you quick roller and permanent cure Sold by Pennys Drug Store Stanford C W damns Hiistonvlllo at GOo and Money back If it fails 1JLii 1 What Gave Him Ills Bearings Ho was a big black good hearted old Negro stranded near Boston and he had decided after considerable cogitation to work his way back to tho South where he would feel moro at home In Boston in Spring field in Hartford In New Haven it was always tho same When ho rang a bell and asked for work and a bite to cat tho answer usually was Im very sorry but theres not a thing to be done hero today There were oc casional exceptions of course or undo could never have gone on but tho thing most to be counted upon was pleasing politeness coupled with noth ing else A last the old man left New York and then Philadelphia behind and one day found himself in Baltimore His knowledge of geography was nil but ho thought ho ought soon to be get ting into do Souf and with that hope at heart rang tho bell to a fine house on Charles street The door was opened by the host himself who after an Instants survey of the figure before him blurted out Why yoblack rascal How dare yo ring this bell Get off mah steps this secon befo I brek yo haid Deed I will boss deed I will camo the hurried answer I wuz ony lookin fern bite to cat boss A bite to eaU repeated tho other An dont know yet whar to go for all yo want Get yoself round back an theyll feed yo fullbut cyart yo good for nuthin black carcass of these steps sayl And as uncle went around to the side door ho raised his hands to heaven and with tears of rejoicing running down his furrowed checks said Brcss do Lord Ise back agin among mah own folksl Harpers Weekly Here and There T H Johnson formerly sheriff of Hickman county diet from an overdose of medicine Cynthiana has Induced the Chatta nooga Overall Factory to start a branch employing 75 people Moro than 300 exConfederates cele brated the opening of the new building of tho Confederate Veterans Associa tion in Washington Because he would not drink tho Pitts burg city water Hev John Royal liar rig is dying from the effects of the ac cumulation of coal tar products in tho mineral water he used Clyde Shropshire member of the Lexington bar sued tho Fayette Na tional Bank for 100000 damages alleging false arrest on tho charge of forging his wifes name In view of the agreement on Moroc can reforms reached at Algcciras March 31 Russia has opened prelim nary negotiations in Paris for a large foreign loan of at least 200000000 Tho body of Paul Nocquet aero naut author and sculptor was found last night in Bass creek Long Island where tho daring adventurer has sue cumbed after brave struggles follow ing a balloon flight Secretary of War Taft in u speech on the 25th anniversary of the founding of Tuskegoo Institute declared that if Hampton College had never done any thing but graduate Booker T Washing ton its existence would has been justi fied IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The wife of Rev John W Bray of Tutesvillo Pulaski county is dead James Weaver merchant and post master nt Bronston Pulaski county is deadTho Kentucky Supply Co Danville bought of R Foley six acres of land between tho railroad crossing and the C U property for 5000 Someof the land will be used for warehouses Tho laborers and machine helpers of the C N 0 and T P railroad at Somerset went out on a strike for an advance of wages of 125 to 150 a day but resumed work in a few hours Suffered for Five Years with Troubleikid uoy and liver trouble which caused suvcro pains across the back and blinding hcudnchu hud dyspepsia und vas so constipated that I could not move my towels without u cathar tic I was cured by Chamberlains Stomach und Liver Tablets und have been well now for six months says Mr Arthur S Strickland of Chtittu noogUiTenn For sale by Dr W N Craig tho popular druggist Stan ford By tho manner which hoy announces that 500000 more funds must bo secured for Zion City Prophet Volliva shows that he a successor to Dawie Louisville Post OONB WHITE colored died in Mucks rifle und was buried yesterday l NEWS NOTES James Howard under life sentcnci for the murder of Gov Goebel is at last in the penitentiary Henry Crank was arrested at Mc Alcster 1 T chargtd with killing Charles Isaac in Owsley county The court house at Murray Callowaj county was destroyed by fire Nearly all the county records were burned The burning of tho Buffalo Evening Times office entailed a loss of about 200000 fully covered by insurance There is a movement to make Central City the county scat of Muhlen berg county and to erect a new court house there David E Sherrick former State Auditor convicted at Indianapolis oC embezzling funds of the State is at last In the penitentiary Tie law making it a misdemeanor for an attorney to pay any ono to ob- tAin cases for him has been enforced for the first time in many years in New YorkAccording to a decision rendered by a St Louis judge money lost in Ken tucky in futures through a Missouri firm may be sued for in that State un der the provisions of the Kentucky stat utesEstill W Neel until lately cashier ol tho Stanley Deposit Bank Davies county was arrested on the charge oC converting to his own use Uio funds of the institution His alleged shortage is 9300A but quiet effort has beer made recently to secure a parole for Youtsey His own relatives and those of Mrs Youtsey have joined in the effort but it has not met with much J success Dr J Herman Feist was indicted by the grand jury at Nashville for the murder of Mrs Rosa Mangrum of that city whoso dead body was found floating in the Ohio river at Cairo Dr Feist is prominent in medical circles John II Yeager Louisville Nash ville section foreman at Elizabethtown was killed in an unusual manner lie was standing near the track whilo a freight was passing and a heavy piece of timber fell oil striking Yeager on the head Ho lived but five minutes The reckless chaffeur who ran down and killed at New Rochelle N Y two women one being Miss Alvina Stein of Louisville surrendered to the authorities and was held to answer be fore the grand jury in the sum of 10 000 Tho charge of manslaughter will be placed against him As a result of a vote taken on mu nicipal ownership in Chicago that city can proceed to acquire and control the street but cannot operate them The proposition for municipal operation required per cent of the total votcrcast in order to be effective and it fell short of the requisite three firths Nervous School Children Statistics gathered by various School Hoards show that a largo percentage of school children suffer from different forms of nervousness mild or exaggerated Some showed a tendency to melancholy others mental depression and many the nervous twltchlngs of mild chorea or St Vitus dunce Most of these troubles can bo overcome by proper food sulllcient sleep and Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin It is a universal childrens medicine because if good food is eaten it insures that the food isproperly di gestcd and indigestion andLuerve poisons properly thrown out It is pleasant to take und safe and sure in results Try it Sold by Pennys Drug Store Stanford C WAdams Hustonville at 60c fwd81rMoncy back if it falls e A man may use the mole on the back of his neck for a collar button ho may rido a freight to save three cents a mile ho may light tho lamp with a splinter to save matches ho may stop his watch at night to save wear use a period for semicolon to save ink ami pasturo his grandmothers grave to save hay but a man of this kind is a scholar and a gentleman compared to a man who will take a newspaper and when asked to for it put it back in the postollice marked Refused Exchange Caught Cold While Hunting a Burglar- Mr Win Tho9 Lanorgnn pro vincial Constable at Chnpleau On tario says I caught a severe cold while hunting a burglar in the lorest- swnmplast fall Hearing of Chamber lalQs Cough Remedy I tried Itp and lifter using two small bottles I was completely cured It This remedy is intended espceially for eough U l- lcolc1t1t will loosenllunu relieve a severe cold in less timethan by any other treatment and is a favorite wherever Us superior excellence has become known For sale by Dr W N Craig tho popular druggist Stan ford t bi44 4ttT d s + 4JC +es + + U We Close at 530 P M 521 Fourth Ave LOUISVILLE KY The Greatest Wo i mens Wear Store in the South HighIiclass tNewestsive Styles t tTatSkirtsand Summer t 1Goods i No Trip To Louis ville Is Complete Without a Visit To This Store Railroad Fares Refund ed from April 2 to 14tNtmtjtrt iAHJ GUTMAN CO Inc Ii Is+ 1I Ie fe1+ Musical Merchandise Violins Mandolins Guitars Banjos Clarionets Flutes Picalos Fifes Ao cordeons Concerlinas Harps Har monophones Music Boxes Talking Machines Edison Victor Columbia UptoDate Records A full line of all above carried also and supplies for all Instruments stringsIviolin strings a specialty Mr J B Finley Formerly of Rudolph Wurlitzer Co now with HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville Kentucky d BARGAINS T aeewsttr 10 Pound Jnr ofllcinz Cherry Preserves 1 DO 10 Pound Jar of Heinz Red Raspberry Preserves 1 Cp 10 Pound Jnr of Heinz Pine Apple Preserves 1 GO 10 Pound Jur of Ileintz Strawberry Preserves 1 GO 10 Pound Jar of Heinz Peach IJrcscrvcs 1 COn18 Pound Jar of IIeiuz Apple Butter 1 50 18 Pound Jar of Heinz Mince Meat 2 25 W H HIGG1NS t CASH HOUSE t STANFORD KENTUCKY I I Craigs Heroin Com woundmfgs Heroin Compound t WHEN BMW FIRST BEGINS TO SNKEE GIVE- r Craigs Heroin Compound IT CURES THAT HOARSE AND CROUPY WHEEZE AND STOPS THAT tATTLING SOUND Loc 50c AND 100 SIZES AT CRAIGS DRUGI STORE The Interior Journal E C WALTON JUDGE JOHN W HUGHES of Mercer county li a ctkodldat to represent the Eighth Congressional dlitrlct of Kentucky In Congress to succeed lion O O Gilbert subject to the action of the Democratic party THE Announcement of Judge John W Hughes of Harrodsburg for Congress appears elsewhere in this issue A man of ability a good democrat a splendid mixer and a gentleman in all the word means Judge Hughes wl1 cut no small figure in the race he has just entered He has thrice been elected judge of his counry defeating for the nomination last year Judge Ben F Roach considered the strongest man In Mercer He served as master commissioner under Judge M C Saufley and for several years was police judge oC Harrodsburg He filled these ollice most acceptably and has so pleased his I home people that they want to see him go higher and they will use every honest effort to elevate him Judge Hughes is of pleasing personality agood speak er a fine organizer and a capital hand shakernecessary qualifications of a successful politician JOHN ALEXANDER DOWIE who claims to be the third Elijah and who founded the Christian Catholic Church and Zion City near Chicago was repudiated Sunday by the 5000 adherents and Wilbur Glenn Voliva who for some time has been conducting the affairs of the church was elected in his stead Mrs Dowie also repudi 1ated her husband and their son Glad stone Dowie cast his lot with his mother and the new leader Voliva When Dowie heard of what had been done he telegraphed from Mexico dis charging Voliva and taking from him his power of attorney This came too late however for the die had been cast and the old fraud had been shorn of his authority TilE suggestion of the selection of a candidate for United States Senator by a State primary election seems to be a good one There is a decided feeling all over the country for the election of a United States Senator by a popular vote Many States have asked for a constitutional amendment to that end Kentucky might hasten the desired consummation by showing next year how excellent and desirable such change would be OFFICIAL reports show that the horse has not been superseded by the automobile by any means In 1905 there were 17057702 horses in the United States against 1421X837 in 1890 i The export price averaged 30899 last I year against 17450 in 1892 The spread of the automobile is amazing but it is still to a great degree a fad and a toy The faithful old horse will continue in evidence for many more years to come Tim New York Journal of Com- merceJ estimates that the leading in i dustrial and railroad corporations will in dividends this month near tdisburse against a little over J 38000000 in March All this money will seek investment it is the golden tf stream that turns the wheel of the national mill The amount breaks all records for April tJIMHOWARD serving a life term for having fired the shot that killed Gov f Goebel Is said to be writing a book It is to be hoped that he will tell in it f all he knows about the foulest assassi nation that has ever darkened the pag es of Kentuckys history TilE Lancaster Record brighter and better than ever is now sweet 16 Eleven years of its life have been un der the careful editorial management of that prince of good fellows Mv Lou Landram WHILE eating supper Miss Bertha Lane of Barbourville found a good sized diamond in the cabbage on her plate Moral Eat cabbage for supper Tim entombed miners in France lived on hay for 30 days Pretty soon youll hear of hay being made a fashionable breakfast food POLITICAL Panama canal matters are progress ing satisfactorily according to Secre tary Taft Democratic and Independent tick ets were generally successful in the i Michigan elections Secretary Taft delivered an address at the Tuskegee Normal Institute cele bration at Tuskegcc Ala The House passed the National Quarantine Bill by an overwhelming vote The bill carries with itant appropriation of 500000 for beginning an immediate campaign against yellow feverPresident Gompers of the American i Federation of Labor holds the Republicans responsible for the failure of the present Congress to enact certain laws supported by labor organizations and says that the next congression- alt elections these things will be remembered i t t In a in the Senate Mr DanielI of Virginia commented on the lack oC representation of the South in the public service The Republicans elected their entire municipal ticket in Kansas City II M Beardsley defeating Rio L Gregory Democrat for Mayor by about 1200 votes A feature of the election was the presence of Gov Folk who visit various poling places Gov Beckham appointed the Stato Racing Commission provided for by the Chinn bill adopted at the recent legislative session naming E F Clay of Bourbon county Col Milts Young of Fayette county State Senator Jack Chinn of Mercer county as representing the great breeding interests of Kentucky and former Mayor Charles F Grainger of Louisville and Louis Descognets of Lexington wide ly known men of affairs The appoint mcnts are for a term of four years i LANCASTER J C Robinson and J B Collier have bought Hamilton Dunlaps furnitur businessThe C T U willhavosan exchange at the postoffice Saturdayafter noon 7th Mr and Mrs William Wherritt hay returned from a visit to relatives in Mobile and New Orleans The Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tian church will meet with Mrs H M Ballou at 230 oclock Saturday after noonThe Uniform Rank of K P have rented the room over the National Banl and work has been begun fitting it up The boys drill on the Square on evenings and are doing good work At the last meeting of the city coun cil the offices of superintendent of wa ter works and chief of police were combined James A Beazley being appoint ed to fillthe place at a salary of 10 per month George Pollard was made deputyA on the Chute Wednesday evening about dusk caused considerable excitement One house was burned completely and two others considerably damaged The house of Uncle Dennis Brown who claims to be 113 years old was destroyed Mace Miller who was shot Saturday night died at 3 oclock Sunday morning and was buried Monday afternoon Sam Jennings who was arrested on the charge of doing the killing and who later confessed has not had an ex amining trial as yet and is still in jailDennis Scott bought of Samuel Dunn some shoats at Gc Jim Button sold aI horse for 125 Charley Dean bough a pair of threeyearold mules from Ben Bright of Boyle for 350 Mrs Elizabeth Wallace sold 25 acres of lane in the Mt Hebron section to William Humphrey for 650 Jim Turner sold a sow and pigs for 35 Bright Fox of Boyle bought a pair of mules here 305Mrs Guy Davdison has as her guest Mrs Z T Rice of Richmond William Anderson and wife of Kirksville are visiting Mrs Ann Robinson Mr Chas Davis and wife recently of Lebanon Junction are making their home with Mr and Mrs Jacob Joseph Mr Da vis has accepted a lucrative position with the Joseph Mercantile Co 0 T Wallace Jr who recently left for An- con C z Isthmus of Panama writes of his safe arrival there and expresses satisfaction with his new location Misses Margaret and Joan Mount are at home from a two weeks visit in La- Grange Mrs Louis Landram has returned home from Louisville- HUSTONVILLE A highly prized daughter of the West End beloved not only by her family but by scores of admiring friends allover Kentucky was led to the alter at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs F M Yowell by Mr B N Averitt of Bradfordsville at 10 oclock A M Vednesday The ceremony which was cry Impressive was performed by Rev G W Mills of the Christian hunch of which congregation she is a member With the sweet strains of lendelssohns soul inspiring wedding march beautifully rendered by Miss Or hine Williams the procession entered the darkened parlors lighted with tapers where over 50 guests were in waiting The officiating minister entered followed by Mr James Yowell and Miss Rana Tucker of Springfield who wore an Alice gray suit carrying white carnations and followed by best man Mr Joe Averitt supporting the groom then the matron of honor Mrs Amanda Bradley of Bradfordsville handsomely gowned in white silk and carrying white carnations with the bride who wore an exquisitely tailored suit of Alice blue carrying a large bou net of La France roses and with step of a queen in perfect time with the musical strains they halted in a semicircle facing the officiating minister More than 100 elegant and useful pres its were the gifts of loving friends The bridal party with a host of friends Immediately left for Bradfordsville where an elegant reception was tender cd them at 8 oclock which was largely attended This was one of the myat beautiful home weddings in the West End in a long time An elegant dinner oC all the delicacies of the season was mUch enjoyed by the many guests r Fire at Denver caused a loss of 306 000The wife of J T Hubbard of Rich mond is dead Chas Lutes bought a car loadof hogs from J W at 5Jc B J Russell son of Mrs Chris Rus sell of Phil was killed at Burnside The automobile line between Richmond and Lexington has been discon tined The Bourbon county republican com mittee has expelled J D McClintock from the republican party The New York Legislature refused to vote an extra appropriation for the Mc Kinky monument Buffalo Three men were killed and several injured by an explosion of a boiler in a sawmill near Rogersville Tenn CityKansuscause the people in election declared against policy of liquor joints His resignation was accepted n Great Activity Is shown without any disagreeable aftereffects by Dr Caldwclls laxative Syrup Pepsin in going to the seat of your trouble when you are a victim of Constipation Biliousness Headache Indigestion DlzrIncss etc It gently but firmly drives out the poisons that are causing your illness and braces up nil your Internalor gans to do their proper work Try It Sold by Pennys Drug Store Stan ford C W Adapts Hiistonville at SOc and 81 Money back If it fails NABOTH By Naboth bay sod a much liner horse than his slreso wellknown In thus part of the 8t to as a breeder of speed style and durability Dam Nora Nor vat bv Nonl 3144 a ion ot Electioneer 121 Nuts Norral first dam by MetroiK ll tan ton of Hambletonlan 10 lire of Oeo Wilkes and Electioneer 3d dam by Mam brim Starlight 3rd dam by Ollvert lib dam by Wagnert Stb dam by Imp Tranbv Oth splendlilindlviduill welgblIZOOson nv U O Pettu near Preache svtlle at 112110 to Insure a Urlng colt Money due when mare la traded or parted with or bred to another hone The black Jack J K BAUGHMAN by Tarklngtons Napoleon will make the season at the same place at SIO to Insure a living colt Ue Is It 3K high and has proven a good breeder Mans grazed at 1390 per month which In all cases must be paid before they are re moved Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur J M k B 0 PETTU3 Ireachersvllle Ky PURITY GUARANTEED Splits Splits SPLITS What Is Splits 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 ralo at Drug Stores Soda Fountains Cafes and Saloons Price lOc Per Bottle Whites C C Water Company Oral Orchard Ky IncII Antecarlo 226 12f Made over Versailles track in winning race Sired jy Anteo 216 ia that sold for 5oooo at Fublic tale First dam Mary Ann by Hailstorm 813 son of Mambrino producedThegelding of the world 2nd dam by Inde pendence son of Andrew Jackson Inde pendences dam by American Star The American Star and Andrew Jackson blood Is responsible for Cresceus 204 14 the champion trotting stallion of the world You see Antecarloi two top crosses nre responsible for the fastest gelding two next crosses art responsible for the fastest stallion Then you see he is better bred than either of them for he has the blood of both Antecarlo is a solid brown horse poundsfineto insure a living colt BUCK VARNON Dlack Jack with white points 5 years old i5f hands high Fine breeder and great individual A jack of fine bone and action Will stand at 810 to insure a liv ing colt We will also stand the young jack- ABRAN 3rd at 88 to insure a colt He was sired by Ahran 2nd and he by an imported jack Abran 3rds first dam by Velocipede 2nd dam by Imp Palermo 3rd dam by Morengo Mammoth Lien retained on colts for season money Mares traded or bred to other horses forfeits insurance and makes season money dUb All will stand at my farm on Somerset pike four miles from Stanford Mares grazed at 12 per month Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur- WILLrAM M FIELDS Stanford Ky Ultra and Brock Port If there isa better line of Ladies Footwearfmade 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 arelmade in every conceivable last and leather They I are as serviceable as ladies shoes can be madejThey ate as pretty as artists can make Our line of Low Shoes this time is Especially HandsometBrock Port Shoes 3 Brock Port Low Shoessi25O Ultra Shoes 350 Ultra Low Shoes 3 See them and you will like them Use a pair and you will want them again v H J McROBBRTS STANFORD t KENTUCKY IIr is 1 NOTICE I will until May 1101 sell family iirlvll to Olympian water lit spring live month for nn to ninn delltr whd whrrv I tin tint haw to- shfpnnIIItol 141 T ofd imlloni TryncaM u11lbxf2llutontlIKYU K N EGGS EGGS EGGS Plymouth Hock irIae V vandoU nml at iolNtnnfard15 KKK ilellvemTfree of charge loIlIulIItlr or OrRb Orchard Those Inter eatrtl are invited to tIslt my pro and ea- my stock Mrs W lb bltkYlr View Poultry Yarm ln A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRotorts Drug Storo in the Owslcy Building Two Farms For Sale r I wish to 111 prltntely my tllml of lie InR alI keIttIs wtlIll11lro1 all andlUn and dottier fenced III rcllJllrAIIIO of 100 acres iexandtying midway 1111Iloottoutlet vnCh w or y1ei- lfenerl tntoll pike Terms rwuonalile T IIIhllIUMi Murkklmry Ky Old Crab Orchard Distillery Whisky DIrect from Dlltlllerv Anyquantltp Hot tie Juror lure t2 360 fa l Orders bv mall promptly- hipped OU OUAU OKOHAUD DISTILLERY 00 Oppoilte Depot Crab Orchard Ky Waynesburg Marble and Gran Its Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor IVnlerlii unit Manufacturer of Granite Monuments Marble Ilaliwil Jitters a Hjwclatty ptllco and works Wnyneslmri Ant INSURANCE Your house may never burn You arc euro to die See and talk with R M Ncwland who will show you the policy best adapted to your ago and circumstances Claims paul promptly Dividends paid annually or defer red R M NKWLAND Agent Mutual Life Insurance Co of N Y Organized 1843 Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Grab Orchard Ky AVe nre prepared to write Insurance Life Accident Fire or A TfrrnadoAn- d solicit Km tho 1us None but ofobestlouuipnn- Ics rcjirewnted Office with Crab Orchard Banking Co inivt a tnlk with ui before nlncliiK your In Kurunce of renewing old policies wltll usuudw o sell tt for List you charging you only a small per cent wato K ILL Spring is hero mid with it comes the thought o- fHOUSECLEAINING slut for the wise housewife hoiitfcclcaning may lie rohho of much of its terror The wisdom consists in m king her pur chases of lioiifoclcaning requisites such us Amonin Borax ling Ivxtcriuiuntore Disinfectants i sloth Balls Varnishes Paint E- tcNN 7 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Call and get one of these If not fntbfndory return it Ill get your mon ey back Good for roast turkey ham etc Works on top of stove as well iin oven GEORGE FARRIS Stanford Kentuckyr ThePlilCelOor Garden and Field Seeds Garden J Tools Plow Gear Poultry Netting Screen Wire CJoth Screen Doors l1 Hardware Cuttlery Staple Fancy Groceries Fruits c atfbottom prices George DP Hopper Stanforo Ky i A t = New Skirts t AVo now have on sale about 100 now skirts jn lllack Navy rev White Pitney Checks nun Plaids nt 85 to 810 Big line of pleated and circular style skirls iu lllack Innrtmn- m serges nt 85 8lfiO 87fi0 mud 810 The very popular solid Grey Oroy Checks and Grey Plaids 8B to 10IWhite pleated Mohair skirt nt 85 to 8750 SON STANFORD r jTANFOHI KY AlHIl 61006 IHUSSIAN Corn Curo removes corns In t our lOc Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS Miss Mum SINGLETON la quite sick Mil It It GENTRY m in Lexington J Miss MAIIIA WAURUN continues very ill SENATon U I HUIUILK went to St j l Lull Tuesday MRS J S NICE is vsiting her moth er at Cave City MR Joust Luu ELKIN of Lebanon t was hero yesterday JUDQB M C SAUKLEY attended th Casey circuit court Misa BEKDA FADS is assisting in the 1 telephone exchange HKV It K MAIIONY attended court at Liberty this week It ftrt3 SAMUEL HElD of Ilustonvillc is threatened with pneumonia Miss EILA DUNN of Boyle was the guest of Mrs J W Haughman STKAUII and J J Beldcn Somerset a few days ago LICTcn WITHERS of the Gilbert Is ill with pneumonia IpontTtMISS VIRGINIA PICKETT continues ill J somewhat letter than sho was MR A II C DINWIODIB the clover liveryman of Hustonville was hereycs tenlay MRS A G EASTLAND of Louisville attended thefuncral of Mrs Mary Jane Owslcy MIss FANNIE Knnn of Crab Orchard Is with Mrs Alice Newland at East Iternitadt Miss MADELINE TRUII who spent the winter In Cincinnati returned home WednesdayMiss DAWSON went to Louis yule yesterday to visit her sister Mrs C1 Dorsey Mss WIUJAM FIELDS of Lexing ton was the guest of her father lion LackeyJSINE went to Boston Ncl son county Wednesday to work for the I order of Muccabcea MRS JAMES F HOLDAM went to Crab Orchard Wednesday to see little Mason Morris Jr who is very sick MR G McCoLLUM mine host of the McCollum Hotel at Junction City was here between trains Wednesday Mn I W GILL of Wichita Kansas spent several days with his little friend Master Raid Conway In the West End MESSRS A J HAYDEN of Boyle and S W Moss of Garrard were sub stantial callers at this office Wednes day MR 11 B KINOSOIVINO of Mt Sterling was hero this week advertising the looming town of Chautcau Ind Tcr MR H BRIGHT FERRIIX pungcr has teen transferred from W II Truylors distillery to the John B Thompson dis tillery nt Harrodaburg MRS It C WARREN loft yesterday to visit hereon Mr Ashby M Warren at Mobile Ala Judge Warren accom panied her as far as Louisville MR J W Ilurc1u SON cashier of tho Dank of Brodhcad was on Wed nesdays train bound for Louisville to take tho 32nd degree in Masonry FOSTER HelD PHILLIPS Is tho name of a handsome little fellow that has taken board and residence at the homo of Mr and Mrs James M Phillips Jr lie arrived Tuesday morning MR SAMUEL W MENEKEB who now reside at Alton III had the mlsfor f nail At time line to step on a rusty ono r his condition was critical but by care ful nursing blood poison was obviated He is slowly recovering MR WILLIAM Swore of Fayctte was hero this week to see his sister Ed Ballard who continues very- hadtapleasanticall of has one the Js best subscribers for many years LOCALSIC ASK to see tho white embroidered parasols at L M Buoy Co s BRING your buggies to me if they need fresh paint or now rubbers E T Pence Tim Baptist Aid Society will meet with Mrs E J Brown this afternoon fiat 230 MONDAY is county court day and horse show day as well A big crowd will likely be here t ys Fitnsii fish and tomatoes Saturday Mrs W S Jones GARDEN seeds seed sweet potatoes at W H BigginseJUST In fresh supply of International Stock Food E T Pence BIG line of buggy harness just opened See It J C McClary ALL plantslettuce rad dishes etc for sale Ed Hubbanl MR A P RRAC Tsold a lot of ginseng plants tho other i ay ut ccntd each banquetelamp 25 per cent oft for 10 days Geo II FarrisSMISSES VANDEYEER ivitethe ladies to see their display of pattern hats on Friday April 6 MR S IL ALDRIDGE has broken dirt for his new home on Portman Avenue lie will build a pretty cottage LONDON Laurel countys thriving capital is growing Three boys were born there In less than an hour Tues day morning WE will have a nice display of pat tern hata at our Easter opening Friday April 6 Tho ladies are cordially invit ed to attend Misses Straub MONEY Trustee the fund Mr W 0 Walker tells us that money for the jurors who served last court has arrived and he is ready to disburse- It G A WALTER who waa here from Kingsville Tuesday told us that he had enlarged his store at that place and added a big lino of furniture and trunks n Tile L N otTers a rate of one cent n mile plus 25c to the Confeder ate Veteran Reunion at New Orleans April 25 2G 27 See Agent J S Rice for further particulars- ROWLANDpare DP Rowland of Danville died at the home of her sis ter Mrs I S McElroy at Columbus Ga where she was visiting A hus band and several children survive Tho burial will occur at Danville at 330 this afternoon Soin OUTMr J W Acey has sold his livery outfit to Land Buchanan who will take charge Tuesday next Mr Acey will likely go on the road but will continue to make Stanford his home Land Buchanan will continue their junk business and will move it to the stable IT is generally believed that Fred Newland son of Mrs Alice Newland now of East Bernstndt has been foully dealt with Ho has been missing since March 19 at which time he left a hotel nt Gadsdcn Ala saying he would re turn in a few moments His brother and partner have made a diligent search for him and have olfered a large reward but no trace has been found Great sympathy is felt for tho family in their trouble No WAITIKGThe program render ed by tho Schubert Company is entirely devoid of waits Pleasing tho people is a trade with this famous organization and they know tiresome waits are not a part of an enjoyable program Al though their program is bright and en tertaining and contains a great deal of pure fun It Is so refined in character and the laughs so wholesome that it is endorsed and patronized by themostse lect people everywhere Hear them ftt Waltons Opera House April Hi under auspices of the Graded School Tim fiscal court was In session Tues day and Wednesday The levy was fixed at 42 cents to be used as follows IGc tor maintaining tho turnpikes 2c for interest on the outstanding bonds 3c to go to tho sinking fund 8c for county roads and 13c for ordinary expenses Tho office of supervisor was dispensed with and certain citizens on tho pike will look after the spreading rock and gravel and other work necessary nt so much per mile Capt B F Powell Major Ike Shelby and other good men offered to do this at 3 per mile on pikes in their respective neigh borhoods Mr A C Dunn who filled the office nf supervisor most acceptably was employed to look after the spreadingof the rock from J R Bcaz leys rock crusher An order was made to take the sense of tho people at the November election on n 10000 court house t Special For This WeekA- pril 3rd to 7th inclusiae Ladies Full Bleached Sleeveless Vests tapered neck nntl arms size i to 0 The real value of which ig10c caoh Wo will offer them in lots of 4 no more no less to v n customer at 2oo for the 1 10 dozen in this lot and qnly on sale this we kIDont wait and cxpfct to tier them later IFOR good disc harrow single or dou ble corn planter get my prices T D NewlandSWE fosaletheSir Walter Raleigh Seed Potatoes at 75c per bush el P G Warner Son Fon RENT The storeroom on Lan caster street jest vacated by Garlan- Singleton Apply at this office FOR SALE OR REtrrDr J K Van Arsdales residence Possession given at once Apply to L IL Hughes Stanford KyIREMEMBER the picture show at Waltons Opera louse Tuesday night next The ladies of the Baptist church play it here AXMINSTEK Velvet Tapestry Jute Ingrain druggets carpets matting rugs wall paper lace curtains win dow shades and all kinds of furniture Tribblo PenceSIK you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Concen trated Crab Orchard Water It will do the work For sale by W B McRob crta G L Penny W N Craig Stanford and C W Adams Hustonville WANT DAMAGES Hon B B King of Moreland and a Mr Cox have brought suit for damages in the sum of 75000 against Mr W J Sparks of Rockcastie They claim that Mr Sparks is quarrying rock on their land GRAHAM Mr Graham aged about died in the East End and was buried Wednesday lIe moved to this county from Bell several years ago and lived on the W T B White farm He is survived by a wife and several grow children MANY A LAUGH Pleasing the e is a trade with the Schubert Symphon- Clnb and Lady Quartette and their program contains lots of fun of a re fined nature as well as a wealth of fine music Hear them at Waltons Operji House April 14 ON account of a misunderstanding in shipping gas for the moving picture machine the Edison Kinetoscope Co No 2 had to caricel its engagement hero Tuesday night It will be here next Tuesday night however and a large crowd will likely witness the per formancU it will give You will be given opportunity to vote for a new courthouse to cost 40 000 at the November election the fiscal court having ordered that the sense of the people be taken on the proposition That we need a new courthouse there is no doubt and it is to be hoped that tho proposition to build 9ne will carry by a big majority ROUTES No 1 2 and 3 from Stan lord commenced counting the mail tho first of this month The carriers will count three months and if they handle the required amount the routes will be permanently established Therefore It behooves the patrons to patronize these routes by buying stamps and money or ders from the carriers BLACK Dr J M Black who mar ried Miss Anna Fish of the East End died of pneumonia at Knoxville at 830 yesterday aged about 35 No arrange ments had been made for his burial when wo went to press but it is proba ble that the remains will be laid by the side of those ofliis wife who died less than four months ago in the Crab Orchard cemetery Tlieladics of tho Christian church are cordially invited to attend the foliowing prayer services of the Stanford Auxil- Iary to the C W BM Monday April 9th with Mrs J G Carpenter Su- bjectOur Children How Shall we Make Them Strong Against the Ene mies of the Cross of Christ 1 Leader Mrs T A Rico Tuesday April 10th with Mrs John S Baughman Su- bjectOur Young Women May they Realize tho High Calling of God in Christ Jesus forThem LeaderMrs John S Baughman Wednesday April 11th with Mis W B OBannop sub ject Things Whch urn BeforoMay we Reach FQrward to more Workers- and to Greater Work Leader Miss Ophelia Lackey Thursday April 12th SubjectOur be WorkLeaderMrs BereaBankcourt of Madison county to go over the countys books eight years and will begin work on them at onceI e e s PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Clews eat ImutlTxi lh tuft IVomote s Iniuritnt growth yHairCum dimM Krttidtlluit Dnirrlitl LOOK I hiltIstylesItIUIthem MUM JONKK AXUKUXO- NIruiichvriivlUe Ky Attention Farmers I I hiivejuit rfcplwcl n cur lonil or M ton of Tim Old HomcMtnul Kertlllr It him n worldwide reputation U unexcelled iu it crop It sells on lie merltK For the luiidH sake glee It it trial- F11CNrtuuroN Klngnvllle Ky Strawberry Plants For Sale II hoes the following varieties of Htruw for Hiiverlund lluluiclc HIIll llIrylrlillclwlllfJ other vnrietlei SOc Mr 1X II pur 1au I also 11111 or dozen pigeons that I will clioim If ullilre taken J L JOHNSON KlngKVllle Ky GALTON 12910 Sired by OambettA Wilkes S19K with Jill with records from 2 05 to 2 30 claimed to be the greatest tire In tho world lit him lIallY Field fgramlam of 3 with records from 2 ISJ ti 2 IT by Enfleld 220 else of 0 In 2 30 and dams of 60 In 2 30 or better Sod dam Qulckttep by Kentucky Prince Jr sire of J Q 2174 Lemonade 2 27K and the dumi of 15 In the 2 30 Hit Srd dam by Old Joe lire of the dam of J Q 217sf leadlDgfamiliesbrlno Chief and geeleyi American Star Gallon Is a dark bay 15 IX hands breeds large tiDe style action and Only 0 of his colts have been handled for speed a short timer one took a mark of 2 29 the oth er flee worked trial from 2 18 to 2 30 Ills thenring one of his colts having won a 875 premium at the Ilustonvllln fair over the Comment unnecessary as ho Is so well atyballon will stand at my stable 2 miles west of Uuttonvllle on liradfordsvllle pike at 110 to Insure a living colt Money due If mare Is trnled after bring bred Orass af ter May lit at 4280 per month Phone In residence W M DODD Uustonvllle Ky HUMMER JR Day stallion 15 hands a good Individual with abundant speed He Is by Hummer 211fSpalpeentalneer 2il5 f Speedoh19H 15 In 230 Hummer tin a von renowned Electioneer and save one Is the only son of Electioneer living that Is out of a George heentuckythat greatLordHAPSBURG 509 hy1mful Ito Any one wishing a very high bred coach horse to breed on standard bred mares for getting style speed and action should see this hon- eJESSE ALVERSON goodbreedrrat sure a tiring colt Will alto stand my two Jacks at to In sure mares and 510 by the season from April July for jennets Mares grazed at 8240 month which In nil clUes must be paid before they are removed Care taken to prevent accidents but nut responsible should soy occur Mares traded or parted with makes season money due J K BAUOIIMAN Hustonville Kr THE WARFIELD Trial 224 Trotting Dark bay stallion 15 334 hands foaled August 1901 bred by Village harps East New York Sired by Dare Devil 24828 record 2oo sire cube Beau Ideal 2I5j Son of Mnmbrino King 1279 sire of Lord Derby Nightingale Metallas The Questor Lord March Lady of the Manor HeiratLaw King Charles Mock ing Boy Mercees all with records under 208 First Dam Naughty Girl bys Rex Americus 23200 2nd dam Duerma by Mambrino King 1279 3rd dam Dotlet by Nutwood 4th dam Topaz by Strath more 6 ih dam Millard by Albion Gth dam Ned by Edwin Forest 7th dam La dy Turner by Mambrino Chief dayslaSthalf mile track He is sound good head ed good gaited good wind good feet and legs and kind andeasy to handle in har daylieour farm near McKinney at 816 to insure a living colt- Mares traded off or bred to another horse forfeits insurance and makes season money duo Lien Retained on Colts Until Season is Paid We will also stand the imported jack CONQUEROR- At ss to insure a living colt He 154 years old lufr hands high black with white tine bone and action and a treat jackbefore11s MOWENSSONMcKinneyKy iWaists1Vo have just placed on sale a big assortment of Taffeta tin butai silk waists with either short or long sleeves at 83 to 8050 Plain tucked Inp waists in Black or White at 83 White Hahutai silk waists with val insertion trimming at SK50 to ghCO Taffeta silk waists in Black and colors at 85 to 8050 EVERANCE KENTUCKY 1 r Stanfords Largest i SHOESTORE I Department almost as large ns the whole of nny other store dew voted entirely to SHOliS r Greatest Variety To Select From Superior styles and Standard Qualities QUEEN QUALITY i for Woman 1IANAN tC SON and W L DOUGLAS makes ifor men brands acknowledged to be the best See tho choice z styles we are showing in Patent Gun Metal and Tan Leathers and White Canvas Visit our SHOE DEPARTMENT we shall boglnil to show you whether you want to buy or not i i CUMMINS F t MCCLARYL s tlrllllllllrlIIIII II + flllllll+ + + + IIII III II White Embroider ed Parasols i Are theI Rage this seasoni We have just received a large assortment of them Prices 150 to 500 You are yt cordially invited to inspect our line i LMHUEYCOI+ Dry Goods Notions Shoes 5 and 10 Cent WareSOpera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY f+ + ltttII+ + + + t III + + tt+ K + ftflltIllttt lne h p di f i Y The Interior Journal Xnttrtd in the Pod Office at Stattford cu tttt dcla matter AND FIUPAY8- AT JtlBLl ICP TUEHUAY8 100 PER YEAR CASH ja When not paid IZOO wilt be charged Trees Plants Vines Tor thn sprlnn of 110 tho 1UUK OUAP Nun tn 1llIlItoll K olTr 1 full tock 01 r run iiiiu OrllllIIolltrl Trels t n Hurutw HtrnwlMrrlen Ornpo Inw Sinnll Fruits Uhubarli AipnrnRUs to V u employ no ngtnts 8trnwl errr ana Gon am O nlolu on to 111 IInI1onyy1lt sONS Iil INSURANCE Wf and jLPCidentNonolut tho HTKONGK8T nd BEST l jlbleTtntcs Ounrnnteod IXIJB lllylng tel raTJnoquallod Talk with WAHONY Stanford Kentucky Kealdcnce Phono NoSJ PUBLIC SALE 1 will soil nt public auction nt 10 ocloc- THUUHDAYxo APRII 12 MyfnrmofWncres sIIUIIIIl1 ono fror Jlustonvlllu on pike nlso horst S brood ninres yearling colt ayenrold by both family horso 2 cows 8 hogs tot of and corn farming Implement hOIl8holel kltchell lurliiture Ttrmn innile known on day of sale JH McIIAHOrK Hustonvlllo Ky 35 Farm Mules For Sale All broke and native brtd You cansti thtm by calling on mt I G Fox Llvtry fdSalt SlaWt Danvilli Ky BDCAKTERSucCessor to Brace A Carter livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY 8fchl attention to Commercial Men Your is elicited Hones handledon commission Stock Pens In Connection New Hustonville Firm Having Imught of McOormnek A Peacock thtlr Groceries unnhmrllclc wo solicit abllre of tho Knd rno Ie We nlso havo in connection n Unity tt1l tarket and Iuncb Uoullttr We ouy good butcher stun nt highest market and having n splendid meat cutter we JinUurnlih you with tho best We nlso buy U kind country produce BISHOP A MPPh Hustonville Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy ivadyinodo clothing when there fc to little IHTerfiica In tho price of high srada niidymnde milts nnd n suit mnde to jour mcnsuronif nt tiikon by nn exjxrlenccd tnllor I huvun Imndiomo llnyof Winter good I can make from a low price boslDvu suit to tho finest dress tult Also arerroatg trouscni nnd fancy vents The icmpnuy I represent lionu of tlm bent U ORUPLEY the Tailor Da17 l Traylor DEALIH IK Ih15 1J Brando Wines Beer Claars Etc IIDarpntr Homo STANFORD KY Tioaist ad pollU attention Nothing I tin tee M drink Milt pboiu cr ttliefir orjcrt rtctlv Mxactatttntlon e te aT Undertaker Einbalmer and Dealer in HnrnefsSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY OinceJPhone 1C7 Home Vhone 31 JLBeazleyCo UndertaKers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur iiture MattingaRugB They Vill exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT Two heavy workhorses for sale W W White Morelnnd W H Underwood sold to T Sparks of London a carload of hay at 11 Thirtyfour short yearling mules for sale mostly mares Call on or write C T Dohon Lebanon Ky Bledsoc Dailey sold to mark Hardin for his brother Will Hardin of Memphis n harness gelding for S2GO If you have a horse or jack to stand let tha people know about it through these columns It wont cost much 0 P Huffman bought of C Camet Isch a punch of 800pound heifers nt 3c and of B D Holtzclaw a lot of hogs at 560 Objecting to the notoriety accordr his wife by reason of her betting proclivities Nick Longworth has requested that she place no moro commissions The descriptions and pedigrees of S T Harris Robert Woods fine stallions and jacks appear in our advertising columns Read them carefully before you breed your marcs ESTIIAY A bay mare with smalt shot in forehead short mane und tall left my place Tuesday night Infoi mation leading to her recovery thank fully received C C Terry Stan ford In Montgomery Wm Turner sold a crop of 31000 pounds of tobacco at 11le straight It was delivered on six wag ons nn average of 5183J pounds to the load the heaviest load being 6705 lbs The crop was raised on 16 acres M S Baughman has three fine jacks which will make the present season Two will stand at 10 to insure a livinf colt and one at 8 If you want 10 raise mules that will sell for big prices you had bettter breed to his jacks J M and R G Pettus have bought for a long price of J K Baughmat his good stallion Nabotb and n fine 162 hand jack by Tarkingtons Napoleon which they have named J K Baugh man They will make the season at Preachersville Watch these cplumns for descriptions and pedigrees of them GUARANTEED BY G L PENNY A Simple Way to Cure Catarrh by Hyomel Without Stom ach Dosing It is the height ot folly to dose the stomach with internal medicines to cure nasul catarrh It cannot Le cur d except the catarrhal germs that are present in the nose throat and lungs have flrst been killed Direct local treatment by breathing lyomel through tho pocket Inhaler hat comes with every outfit is abso utoly necessary to kill the catarrhal genus and prevent their growth and formation The soothing air of Hyorael heals the smarting and raw membranco of the air passages in the nose throa and lungs Kills oft the catarrhal germs and rfds tho system of the last traces of catarrh The complete Hyomel outfit consists of a bard rubber Inhaler which can bo carried in the purse or vestpocket a nedlclne dropjer und a bottle of Hy 011101 and costs only 61 while extra bottles can be obtained for 60c thus naklng It tho most economical treatment for the cure of catarrh as well as the most reliable Penny positively guarantees a itrewhenllyoinel la used in accordance with the simple directions on the pack uge or ho will refund the money This ortalnly shows his faith and belief in ho virtues of Hyomol MATRIMONIAL George Rogers and Miss Vessa Ann Delaney were married at Rowland yes erday Andrew Lee aged 43 and a widower and Miss Sara Rogers were married on tho 3rd Charles Tschanz and Miss Iva Bliss bth of Ottcnheim were made ono Wednesday James K Helm Jr and Miss Alice Buchanan both of the West End were joined heart and hand Wednesday Ray Williams of Casey Creek and Miss Cinale Russell of Columbia eloped to Tennessee and were married The bride was to have been married next week to a young man In her town Miserable Conditions or body and mind always result from torpid liver which leads to bllo poisons bslng absorbed Intotht blood anll poisoning nil the nerves und tissues This dreadful state some of- tho symptoms of which are headache liter taste nuuseu lack of appetite allow complexion constipation etc lan bo quickly cured by taking Dr aldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin It relieves the strain on your Hvpr reo luxes tho tightened bowels purifies tho blood strengthens the stomach and takes it as clean as a whistle Tho result Is perfect health urnd freedom orn pain und discomfort Try It- SolcI by Pennys Drug Store Stanford C W Adams Hustonville at GOo and Sir Money hack if it falls iIn heHouse Mr Fitzgerald of New criticised President Roosevelt for Caillng to keep the House advised as to- his objections to a bill opening land in Oklahoma for grazing purposee1 For Sale Privately bouse and 10 acres of land Iltuated just outside of town limits on the Somerset pike llouia has 7 rooms kitchen and rants room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In tbo yard and one for J P IUILKY POSTED We whose names appear below ItrJctly forbid hunting tubing or any kind of tro passing on our places and will prosecu violators to the full extent of tho law Mrs Kate Ador Kclchenbach Urns Fred VonOrucnlgan Albert VonOruenlgi Fred VonAllman Fred llaumano Alfred Simpson George Holmes MUs Mattie II flowed K Kelchenbach Charles Cummins Jos Ballou A O Dunn M Holmes W K Amon Wit Daughorty M J Hoffman M U Eimoro Peter W Jarter J Nevln Carter J E Bruce W K Bhomaker Thomas Kerrlll Green Ferrlll P J Conn John Oamenlsch Sam TrfbrldKe A D Uoot Oharlc Ennlln Prank Uordler Mrs M Uajdcn Welch Peter lIalmer John Meier Samuel Llndsev Jacob Gander Mrs Alice Ljtl Oarld Stephens Mary HolTmann L P Nunnelley J W Ilaughma Onrlstenu Qrityson J O Carpenter Jacob Jessweln Sam Dameron ASHLAND BROOK lNo UiM 0117 A T HItt bred by Kiicene Uuol er Iforgetown Ky A lilaiul llrnok wti fouled lutl lollil Uiy with left him white tniuUlli hnnd hleli IKinnuKK Hired by Hllent llrook No IVSto record 21 the Hire of Mnr nrd liutiiKnteaillh 1IUhUrook ia i7 i uily UlIbrook Jennta llrook II iI171 Klllott Htoiif lW Ijidy Brook 21 nnil It III nit nrook 8 Hllent llrtxi Hlreit 2SW tho iilru of Mwtrcli IlKlil 2Xli firlKlitllclit 2Wl nnd Vnlpi 2V Hnrknlght 1111 h AlcYnlm No tnconl3il7 Aihlaml llrook 1st iliim llun Wren by Ahlnml Wllkoszjvl nconl 117 the lire of John UOentry2l Hully To ler artUVi AalilniHl Wllkes fttrtsl by 1t11 Wllken 119 hi hy leori Wllket neoon dllllli Hide Lilly by Pretender MM Knl dlllli III Monroo NOTIClhllll1d llrook It a hnndxonu fel low with loll or lubstnno hnmi liold WilY of with lotiuf ipet d itylunndncllui Thin colt ihoulil siN onm very hortei Anil In lid llrook will nervim few out Ihl6 ma res tbla season nt IS to Intuit u ll In colt Will nlfto uliind tho Rrent inutannd Jenm luck Hilly Kerne nt for mlire mid 11 for Jennets to iniure n living colt IIIl1y Kteno wn ilrvil by Tom Keen lit ilnm by the Imp Inlermoftl dnm by IAJV Hubble Irlnce tho lro of Jew Hlnckburn nnd llrlu nolln Hilly Kefne ntntidi full W Imndi block with whlt olntl und ni Immler Is uniurpnssetl mule or jennet luck blueoil nlwnyii bringing the hlahvat price Mnrv tmdedpartKl with or bred ulicwhvrt for felts the Insurance nnd money liocomeii due nt the time of inch transaction KING EAGLE INo Vol It A H H It KinK riiRlo h IS 1m nd high dnrk bll with flowing iniino nnd tall IIOtS nil the gaits with plenty of sHfd Ithnd tictlon- I iliinrKHlr l by lloyal King SM3 hiJ by On Time 743 Im by Htonownll Jncktor 71 Itoynl Klnug hi dam Mollle Mounti win by tho notinl slro Cahbell fxlllll tonKK Kim Kagloli 1st ilain Hip itsn iholiv KaRlPlllrdlOll hoby Old Kln Kn dam by lied Mon 3rd dam by Hnrrlall lIl11nrk h b lIl1er 1ltlIl11l1rk 1 tthoruIIRhhrtdNOTRKlnlt 8 breeder of line lilli alh1- 01t1I1I having plenty ofslto nnd action hll colt will how for themitolves Kim Ciiglo will inaka tho presviit Reason of Unl nt our stable two and miles Wen of IIInrold 011 the HhlIIUII pike nt tin low price of to Insure llvlntf colt Will also stand the great tnulo Jack lln Ktelle II red tho t Keone Flot h1111oehIhe Hire of the eolt that J K Hruco soNI Ian nil for I1J3 Jim Kvvne will MTVO mares n fin to Insuro n Jiving colt For further particulars call on or nddrrv T A HOBT W HUtH- Phono It King X Htanford Ky DARE ALL 2OJB6 The combined stallion will make a limit sd season 1906 at Lawn Mere Stock Tarn ii miles west of Hustonville Kv on hi Qradfordsville Hustonville pike neat Carpenters Station at 15 to Insure a Living Colt Mares traded or parted with for fells insurance and money becomes due al lime of such transaction Lien retained or colt till season is paid Mares grazed al 150 a month Grain fed if desired al reasonable rales Uills must be paid be fore removal of mares Mares entrusted will receive my attention but will not be responsible fdr accidents or escapesDECRIItloNFoaled in 1902 15 hands high dark bay with one front and rear fool white tar A model of groat beauty vith nhort back lon neck deep well sloping shoulders and with great style as ODe would expect from reading his pedi greet Jood bone fine feet and less wonderful stamina Attractive by halter under saddle and in harness with that graceful movement that belongs to him by inheritance from a long line of the most famous ancestry of saddle horses Ihf world has ever produced PEinonKB Dare No 985 Vol 5 A S H R he by Chester Dare 10 be by Hlack Squirrel 58 he by Mack Eagle 74 he by King William he by Washington Denmark 64 he by Gaines Denmark 61 he by Denmark FS 1St dam Fannie Me 2739 by Ked Squirrel 53 znd dam Mollie Good by King Wrl liam 67 3rd dam by Devenports Oliver Th Dignitys ist dam by Welchmont 667 A T H R be by William Welch he by Rysdiks Hamblelonian znd dam by bdallah Messenger 3rd dam by Gills VermonlHEMAItKsIn oflerin the services of Dare All to the public I take occasion to stale without presumption that I have been a Ureedcr and handler of fancy sad die horses for 35 years and experience has lught me to know and appreciate a high elass one Daro All is the result of careful painstaking breeding and comes as natural result of mating tht very best mares with lhe foremost stallions the State has afforded Carrying about 25 per cent of King Villiam blood a greater per cent than any stallion in service in the State King William being regarded as procmi nenl for fancy saddle and harness horses Dare All sired by the now coming famous lignity Dare he in turn by Chester Dare following a long list of sires every ono a greal show horse out of marcs that were equally as famous as show mares and his dam Fannie Me ths greatest show mare I ever owned having refused 81000 fqr her I think entitles him to the careful cOn deration of all prospective breeders He is now just being started to the saddle taking to the gaits as quick and handy as- any I ever handled I think he will be grand show horse when finished See him before booking ydur mares C C CARPENTER Phone in residence Hustonville Exchange r FOR RENT Homo niut lot In Htutonvltlti Irndvd Hchool dlntrlct lood Improvement nntl good locution IS or lit ncrci ol rol8 nUu lor rout vuiitv l K Cnr mtor More la ml Ky HAVE YOUR colts castrated by T P Gross Crab Orchard Ky tho well known oas trator of horses anil horse doctor Phono In Residence Dignity Dare No 111 0111 A HH MnhoKonv lmy lilnck Kilnt white oul on IfftliliKl foot loyiiir okl liiuul high wtlKh I3ii IKlltllll utroiiK not hruvy niiiiioiuid tiilluixMl luiok with lorn crnnur tupcrliiR neck wtll set In lilgli nioumitlimmldcr nmiddlit lioro hcnil ulIll cur on him it model umlor lutltor iilwny wenr liliw Hiring In ino hl rliiK womlfrlt stylo In Imrnin inliow urv Win1 onnytiirolil won nil honor in lilt dm whurvwr shown nlsu tlu Dim till In swrci Ktnko lnirmM rliiR nt WIIIIH line When svnrolcl ho shown ll time siul wore lilttt Hiring luu uiiror ilvfintctl In fnncy Imrnvi rlni IIIIH nlwiiy Ixen III vlrtor In Btiilllnn Mulct ring us u lirwtlei ittforanil for nil pnrK ws lloUn milcllo hnr with Iho atMlnct isnlti fnut lino noun rnckfr Rotxlln two wulkxnml nnict loixi very Iotln in hi trot umlcrmimlUHtiiil III hiirnrM Kirnl nllnromul nrtlnn n It rv quired for nn uptoilnto Hlrt of hah itrlcei knlo horI for unililU or hnriifii Holt u sura iMiotiKli Imrnc hnr cnircfiil tyll b and font ran show rltflitln Fn 1st kooondi n Sjs iilt with hilt llttlo ImmllliiK did this IlIt r 10110 lIr nfhr nmn In th rIll lie l i of wonder fu nerve niul SJHIHI fnoimh to IIn trotter ror 1IIIthllto net onrrlitR horses with 1 kindly dlipo ltiou for nil puriKMisofn funilly horso Ih IICtrillRiven up liyhornomcn tlmt In U one of tlto inoit uniform linediM In Kentucky Ih tyiNs his oilts lifter himself hits tuwr alnlI- I sorrel colt Tho mott rolltnbli ttonv ror tho fnriiirr nnd snmll linviler to produce tbohorM which serves tho widest rniiKi 1llrIMa well HU colt hro show rtiltn of hlclic t tyiH liiun utrlnn winner from the oldest to tho younvext il of hll colts hnvi lx en olTentl for nllll oM for nil nvtrnKO of SU nnd tho uwruco ugv of thenIsitymrsiiiul months IKiiiiiurr Hlnnl liy Chester Ihiro Id II It ho by llhirlc iulrr l M ho li Jllnck KiiuleTl luly Klnit Vllllnm or h by Vnnhliii2ton Dennmrk ol ho by Onlnci IHniniirkflllieby rnce liorw Denmark 1DlRiiltys Orat darn JIItlIIonl11 Welvhinotlt No A hy1IRIIlcksonddamUbyAlidallali Mes en erSil dllm by inns Vermont 4th dnm Tliorouiihbnx Welchmonts llrst dam Paulino by Minor Korest S n TKHMB ll nlty Dnm will make the sea son of luvJnt my stnblo In Hustonvlllo K nt I iJ to Insure u living colt when foalei Mares traded or removed forfeit ln nrnnc nndmoney lieeome duo and must IlIIhl nttlmoofsuch trnnnaetloir Mans Rruxei nt JSti IMT month nnd bills to Iw itnld U fore removal of marvs Ooiln fed If deslm nt reiiftonnble rates Mares entrusted to in wlllrocvlvo my IlOrllOlI1 nttentlon hut I will not Iw nuponslble lorncclilents or es capes Phone In residence nt ItmtonvIlK Ky DH OAUPKNTKIt Col Bird 40566 horse foaled 1UH Jlretl by 1 A 0 Veil Uinvlllo Ky Hired bytvclllan Chief ttn No Ittl1IIi ln orI nrolll with nco or IIJI or lHtt T by fe MllaiiSli ln of In tint Ittdnni III nil ifnll Inter to flow mi IMlM nlr of s and Jiinniio Ins sin of I nnd odle Wllkes SIM Hy ClambetUt Wllkei JIS ln of II with record oft 10 or lietter- Una dam Elllo t nvlsdam of Uinl Siimral liV4 ulre of Oummorlus sin uHVodlo Wllkl1 31 nIl Kflle llclln l2 XS nndunindnmof Hapt Cheek S IIS ciior UIII1Iir 111 lid 110 llrlo S S ilro of m tlmw i II Hy Ked Wllke S No lilll ilro of and sin of the dams of Iii Snldani Klllo Dnvlsithedani of one pro luring Mini nnd grand dam Ixinl Hiimml tlUiUowanSn Ioll 2l 9lnml 7O lie Wllkes 3 CI liy Alexander AUInllnl r s0IIlln of ioldsmlth Maid 111 iinii ithers 4th dim by Crocketts Itfiifounder- NoTKOclllail Chief 3 fAi sired h V II Ian 3 It1 41ht dnm Ijidy Nor retin ini idatii of Hilly mill Vrlllnn Chle t27 Norval t llslroof Countess Kv IJ Flowing Tide SWv Norvnl II iw t imi Mother Slid dam Jonyto idiim of I ndy Ngrvrtl IW and HoMiOorlnxrrnnd rullalIr to llIlhlln 13 till 01101 l1 lIlI- dt ruslll Nlorlu or Ilr Ilectrle itt and 11111 lilivtrlo ttfi nnd rnnd dnm of vellum thlefr nnd Hilly linrro ZlvVii by Onmliettn Wllke tilt Kreotmt living tnl iliim Ntctiir lain of inllftta ilind lirimlv til nUll Krnnil iliim of rIY Nur itlH S the aiuil of tVclllun Ohlt IWlJ IIlId Hilly Ilzzunt ailiHt Ijidy Yute stifwtor KloctrloSSS oifn Klwtrlr ItJU nnd Kllrlll i ftnt 11 IlklllMMl a IV IIr Iii and tin urvnteiit lro of lircxxl mures ami heard Rnwtokt living or dead slrvol stand ml hor e Ith dam million had hilt f foals nil tv niilcxiind all brinli grand dnm of Lllxrly llll3Xliilreof Tommy llrltton Xiwi Prv Iwiliini ol Ireul liiiixiutiind gniml dam ilso of iinlllottii 11 ItfIIKIII of tally iiiti Jilliind Jirutle Nctnrliii lam of two and Clonyto dam of two Hy ilusHiitger liuroc No ln 21 and hill laughter have produced over no li dam Ilyarlnth dnm of Mecca I lut mil Oil olhr nnd urniul dams of cherry Jroft Muscovite lv i Kuolld lliissln r and others Ilv Volunteer SVMIY of 31 IIlIulhlrs hllII101IU ill nihdamClarndnmof lh xterX I7i Alma nnd one other and Aldailam of Adade linn1 a I Dictator Hire of Jay Kre Hee rti mid iVtothera and nlno Ijidy Iioxter IInlll of Hoxttr Prince by American Htnr- slro of four nnd dams of w 7thdniiiMtKliilry mare dnm of Hlmrk fi and grand damn of Dixter Alma ami ilhersCcclllnn Chief i Is a very hor n et ho him n of Ills got with trotting records 01 ill or Ixtter each made when they were 1lIt two yeam old He wan tho champion Iroof Worlds Fair winners In 111 Coulltan IWi full brother to Jell lItl 0 0111 HWjCeclhus l Xlli MIsHUrvll a 1IU t j Mlr1 lyOambeltn Wllkes l V the greatest llv ngslre 1st dnm JeannleC dam of V Ulan IWi JonnnittK Veil 81I Uerlllus II j 108111 rll II lIilllllll 111 UcJlI SIIIWOIHI I Ir iii Jlrd greatest lro living or dead and the ItrtIIL Hire of brood mares that has over Plieared Heeond dam lielllalidain of iiim 11I1I1II1O1Immi4 OtTutt 3 II ll Nor vl Ir xaiij Kmtiier ttoXSl Kmmeretta 2SS Condition idainof Creilette Inmliumt ITj liarles WllklinrstXSUjCreilettn sml iiorxc Juno illver CloldsinUli 2 Ixmxln lre of olio nnd Inmbriinctta dam of liuldeii Hiiil liiilby Ailnilnlslrntor zzw lro of Mrvernl IIrtlllllllllIIl1rlfalllllro dam of Clevelnnd 7 Hy Mambrliio Irtl of two till dam Htnr Davis nth dam by Tom rowder iWllhin U the sin of In tani IIrll tliiioiind has one daughter tho dam of 11101 likely the yonngist inure In tho great rood niaro Claml etlii Wllke U tho reutcst slreof extrertie pi d the world w known Hlands second nit the greatest roof standard horses and tho greattst roof standard horses living He was alto till champion sire of premium horsed at tho peat Worlds Fair In IMI- ICol Mini iiiJlwi has nUiMlnlsh nnd action III brviillng ho In of tho very bent nnd great it known to tho trotting world His btoixl lien In every direction truce to tho greatest 1111 ticst known to tho trotting turf AN Hill ho should very great Col Hlrd will at my stnblo nt to isuroa living colt Men retained on coUs until senson money Is paid Money lIuII when mare Is traded removed or parted wllh Not responMhlo for accidents es UrnB at tlSfl month DHtJAHPKNTKH Iliutonvllle Ky CLOTHES11For the Spring and Summer Season we lire chowing tho largest nnd must uptodate line of Mens nntl Hoys Clothes that vo evcrdM before Other OfferingsIOur friends and patrons will find iour various department the mot complcto olPering of mcrclmndiso we huvo evrr yel shown Wo huvo been extremely careful in selecting our goods from only tho makers 01 the highest reputation for goods you can reiou Goods thai wo can recommend Prices thai lire absolutely right SAM ROBINSONDry Goods Clothing Shoes Iain ami Cap Ladies nnd Gent Furnish ing Etc till store that utvcs you money Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KV 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 I75O Get your pick is good W J5 Perkins Cbe Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January I J90c 21600000 OFFICERS S H PRESIDENT WO WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIERJ W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J B Ownnry Stanford 8 II giut K Stanford O W GAIITKK Turnirni c W H CtMMiNH rroachenvllle L 0 UIHKIII Wayneiburg W It TKAYUXI OlIDetts Oteek U L lliriintE Iiinr ter W 0 WALKRII Stanford J II Fo5Trit Stanford W ii nXKKjftnnforJ J II PAXTON Stanford We rtMicct fully willelt tile nnOIlIlII Imllvlilinili 11 rill I orHinitIoni llnnkt n i lliiiikirsiiixl pr IHUI ii fumluli nil 11100110 r licit tuToininiMlntluiii s m coiiilnliiit with aile tmnkiiiK Mfiilirn unfity lIuol ll m in our vault tor ulOr ourCiutomvr First National BankStanford Kyi Capital Stock 50000 TbUlnitltutlon was originally etabllihefl M the Deposit Hank of la IBIS then reorganlicd as Ilia National Hank of Stanford In 1885 and again reorganised at the Pint National llaik of Stanford In 1883 having had practically an Unlnter ruptod exlitence for 43 yean It a better supplied now with facilities for traniact promptly and well than nor before In Hi long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Cra bOrchardI SHANKS Officers 1 UOOKEIt Preit 8T UAIIHIH V Ire J J MoUOIlKllTS Ohr W II WKAUKNAit Ohn Directors r Reid IlanTllle T Ilarrli Stanford J Hocker Htanford K It Tanner tlcKlnney U U Eltnore Btauford II Ilaughoian Stanford T Hill Stanford Ju Itobluson Hubble J II Ilaaehman Htanford J U Tettut Htanforil 0 B Tate Stanford I I I HOMEYou nro now planning your liouso to build this IeuonIDont forget these filets about Tin Itooling FIRE J FIRE FIRE I IJownerIJr roof 5 HALDRIDCE I Depot Street Stanford Ky I I I j co JWlla i Ih1o J