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I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IVOL XXX1VeSTANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 10 1906 NO 12 1 HIGHLAND Elbert Young was In Stanford lost f week delivering books and shears There is quite a howl going up from the patrons of the I J at this place Farmers are making use of this dry weather sowing oats and doing some gardening Squire Davo Adams held court jd I Hen Baughs storo house a tcwlYs since Docket light- Quito a crowd of hisneighs and friends gathered nt the hoof Craig laugh a few days since tohelp him on joy another birthday diryNr- J M Long has moil into his new house Ills son Long will live in tho old housprtich Young Dock Rogers ft +j Isaac Baugh have all mov wHiVlho last few days Dam to tho wife of LS Wnrflcld a girl Mesdames Mary Graybeal and Lonzo Skidmore and Miss Laura Skid more have been III for a few days Una Graybcals son Carlin Is still in a crit ical condition with spinal meningitis Mrs James Bostln of Pittaburg who has been with her fatherinlaw M S Bastin for several days has returned to her home Messrs Slpplo of McKinney and Stcttvr of Chicago were here Introducing their stock food John Cash the machine agent of MIddlcburg was hero this week collecting Mrs D It Adams visited her slater Mrs Bryant at Burnsldo Mrs Clymer who has been with lpr son William for some time Is now with her daughter Mrs Craig Baugh H F Horton has gone to Louisville in search of employment J Wash Cook is at work at Somerset Walter Baugh was at homo from Som erset with his parents Val Fagalcy of Wayncsburg was hero last week trying to induce tho women to go to housecleaning by selling them his fine line of wall papers Henry DeBorde of Bee Lick Is with his brother John for A few days while under treatment by Dr Peyton J M Young of In diana was here this week Grip Quickly Knocked Out Sumo weeks ago during tho severs winter weather both my wife and myself contracted severs colds witch speodly developed Into the worst kind of la grippe with nil Its miserable Hymptons says Mr J S Eglcstonof Maple Landing Iowa Knees anti joints aching muscles sure head topped up oyc and nose running with alternate spells of chills and fever Wo began using Chamberlain Cough Remedy aiding tho same with a double doss of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and by iu liberal use soon completely knocked out tho grip Sold by Dr U N Craig tho popular druggist Stanford Anderson county will build 10 miles of new pike this year Mrs Johanna Bairdof Harrison county aged 70 wove 25 yards of carpet in 14 hours George Morrison a farmer formerly of Lexington committed suicide In a sensational manner near Bloomington III The funeral of Edwin C Swift of Chicago took jlaco yesterday at Beverly Mass- Benjamin Wlstar Morris Protestant Episcopal bishop of Oregon is dead at PortlandThe II M Hoxio blew up in tho Ohio river at Portland O One man was drowned and four persons were injured two of whom will probably die The Louisville South Pittaburg and Birmingham Railroad Company was Incorporporatcd Saturday nt Nashville with power to construct a railroad be tween Louisville and Birmingham Makes Mis erable A huppy homo Is the most valuable possession that Is within tho reach of mankind but you cannot enjoy Its comforts If you are suffering from rheumatism You throw aside business cares when you enter your homo and you can bo relieved from those rheumatic pains also by applying Chamberlains 1aln Balm One application will give you relief and Its continued use for a short thno evil bring about a permanent euro For snlo by DrV N Craig tho popular druggist Stanford aTho Supremo Court of Illinois declared tho new primary law unconstitu tional Gov called a special session of tho Legislature next Tuesday CORNS poslJlively remove corns treatment is simple and pleasant and wo absolutely guarantee to refund tho money to each and every customer whose corns are 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 t IN MEMORIAM Mary Jane Owslcy was born near Lexington Ky on tho 11th of January 1814 Her father was William Dunlap whose father was Major William Dun Up of tho Revolutionary army In ac tVc service till tho surrender at York town She was one of a family of 12 sons and daughters and was noted for her beauty and sprightliness in tho days of her early youth On Feb 11 1840 she was married to Mr Joseph Hopper a prosperous merchant of Lancaster Ky and was a resident of that place for many years Of this marriage there were two children Mrs Mattie Dunlap Withers and Mr George Dunlap Hop per who survive her Subsequently she was married to Mr John Owslcy who died in 18C3 During the latter years of her life Mrs Owsloy had made her home in Stanford with her children Her passing has ended the career of ono of the most remarkable women of the century Brought up in tho teach- Ings of tho Presbyterian church her faith was staunch and true and her principles of right living were founded on the Rock of Aged Her mental gifts were unusual Reared in tho day of meager education for women beyond the domestic accomplishments there was no evidence in speech or manner that she was not a graduate of tho schools Quick to observe she acquir ed a degree of culture rarely seen in tho women of her time Her buoyant cheerful spirit was preeminent and her conversation was replete with wit and humor It was remarked that there was never a dull moment in her pres ence In shadow and in sunshine she had a heart for every fate and she met the vicissitudes of a long life with un shrinking brow During her residence at Lancaster her life was marked by deeds of mercy and lovingkindness There were no trained nurses in those early times Tho sick were cared for by willing neighbors She went wherever trouble came and ministered to tho sick the dying and tho dead To be near her was in a manner to drink in the elixer of life for of her abundance she gave forth Loving and lovable firm In conviction and warm in friendship she has gone to the land of Hculah and left for posterity many noble lessons Requiescut in pace How blest tho righteous when she dies When sinks a weary soul to rest eyesIIclayLight saylowEUGENIA DUNLAl1 IOTTS CHURCH MATTERS H Rev Joseph T Watts of Louisville is holding an interesting meeting nt tho Baptist church nt London Dr ItG Bow of Louisville secre tary of State Board will preach at Grove on Saturday 14th at r i and nt night At Wayncsburg at 11 A IGth and nt Pleasant Point at 730- I MOver oOOgucsts partook of n sumptu ous spread at the Christian church lust a dispatch from Iaris the occasIon the annual banquet given to the wen of tho congregation by the Elder Carey E the ladies of the The dining rooms were beautifully decorated The Kentucky University quartette of Lex ington and Foots and Gui deliJthtCuiwere Eld F M Rains of Cincinnati on This Occasion Elder I J Spencer of Lexington on The Dignity of CitizenshipTheMorgan q The Richest Mun in the World Tho richest man In the world cannot have his kidneys replaced nor without them so It Is important not neglect these organs IfFoloyn Kid ney Cure Is taken at tho first sign of danger tho symptoms will dlsnppear and your houltt will be restored us It strengthens and builds up these organs ns nothing else will Oscar Bow man Lebanon Ky writes I hove used Foleys Kidney Cure and take great pleasure In stating It cured mo permanently of kidney disease which certainly would have cost me my lIfo Pennys Drug Store A massmeeting of Dowicitcs was held in Shiloh Tabernacle at lion City Sunday and after a scathing speech Overseer Voliva tho entire assem binge of 6000 people voted their ap proval of the now Stomach and Liver Trouble Cured Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures stomach and liver trouble as It aids digestion and stimulates thojlvoruncl orransiache and chronic constipation Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does nut nauseate or gripe and is mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store NEWS NOTES Shcloy county Ky after May 1 will have a surplus of 1031016 An Atlanta man attempted suicide because his wits April fooled him Mrs Mary Lannon formerly of Paris died at Taylor Texas leaving 13 children Frederick Alhricks Alabamas largest man is dead lie weighed 400 poundsThomas Barnes a prominent farmer was killed by a locomotive near Will lama town Del Turner aged 13 years died at Goodnight after drinking corrosive sublimate labeled alcohol One hundred printers were discharged by Public Printer Stillings the reason assigned being lack of work Merritt ONeal aged 80 and father of Jh Louisville lawyer J T ONeal died of paralysis at his home near Ver sallies William Bollinger of Davicss county while hurrying to summon a physician to attend lib sister became ill Twen tyfour hours later he died Ben Stuart charged with havingshot James Strader nt Lexington was re manded in default of 5000 bail to an swer the charge of murder Jacob Dossenbach who killed George Miller at Frankfort was sentenced to life imprisonment Both slayer and victim resided in Lonisvillc Stephen Pool of Paducah attempted to throw the contents of a paint bucket In the fire His right hand was badly burned and his coat sleeve burned oft Two Negro lawyers who tried to pave Ed Johnson the Negro who was lynch ed In Chattanooga hurriedly left for Arkansas because they were warned to do soCharges of corruption and undue in fluence arising from the rectifiers tax fight in tho General Assembly are being investigated by the Franklin coun ty grand jury The State Board of Valuation and As sessment has entered upon the work at Frankfort of making the annual as sessment of public service corporations for franchise tax purposes for this year Gen J Franklin Bell newly appointed chief of stall of tho United States army is at his old home Shelby lle sojourning for a few days prior to en tering upon his duties at Washington Tho 700 Negroes who fled from Mem phis and swooped down on Paducah on account of tho prophecy that the town was to sink concluded they did not like tho Kentncky town nnd have returned homeMiss Mollie Moore died of a broken heart at MaysvlIIo Ten days ago her sister died nnd left three children Miss Moore was so completely overcome that she succumbed to nervous prostrationThe portion of the city of Butler Ga was destroyed by fire Fifteen store houses and business establishments were consumed The loss aggregates 55000 with a total insur pace of only 10000 Tales of crime so affected the nerv ous system of AIN Thomas a grand juror at Jasper Ind that he informed the court he was going blind lie was relieved from service in order that ho might consult a specialist Whilo guests who had assembled in tho Hotel Zum Hirschcn at Nagod Black Forest Germany to celebrate tho completion of the structure were dancing nnd otherwise making merry the building fall killing 62 people and dangerously injuring 70 Dr Matthew Higgins court receiver at Newport who is accused of having bribed W F Monroe Sr a juror was held in SI00 ban to answer to the grand jury Other officials nnd lawyers im plicated in the bribery scandal are yet to bo given a preliminary examination openedtoon from Flcmingsburg and tho teacher Miss Eflic Schultz aged 18 years told the pupils 30 in number to lie on the floor She jumped from a rear win dow ran nearly a half mile summoned the Sheriff who with a posse captured the desperadoes Andrew C Fields former legislative agent for tho Mutual Life Insurance Co gave out a statement saying that ho never gave n bribe in his career that he was prepared to vindicate himself that ho intended to tell the expendlturcswereknown saved tho Mutual Life Insurance Com pany hundreds of thousands of dollars Suffered tar Five Years with Kidney and Liver Trouble I sufTerepfor live years with kid noy and liver trouble which caused severe pains across tho back and a blinding headache I hud dyspepsia and was so constipated that I could not movo my bowels without a cathar tic I was cured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and have been well now for six months t says Mr Arthur S Strickland of Chatta nooga Tenn for sale by Dr W N Craig tho popular druggest Stan ford HUSTONVILLE Mrs A B McKinney is visiting relatives in Knoxville- D C Allen shipped two cars of hogs to Cincinnati last week for which he paid 4J to Cc He wants two more carloads for this week W T Earls of the Mt Salem sec tion is building a nice home on his river farm Mrs Eddie Duncan of Middle burg is visiting relatives in the West EndMr Evan Lyon desires through these columns to return thanks to his numer ous friends and relatives who administered so kindly to his wants during his recent illness Joe B Williams has finished sowing a largo crop of oats This is the earli est finished crop sown in tho West End but Joe is a hustler and works on the early bird theory Next Saturday will be horse show day here and with good weather a fine crowd will be on hand to admire some of the great products that have mad tho State famous W H Bishop sold to Blcdsoe Bailey a four year old harness mare for 200 S M Owens sold to I W Gill of Wichita Kansas a fouryearold harness gelding by Dignity Dare for 500 Contracts for the new brick bank building will be let next week and the material gotten here at the earliest possible moment when a full force of workmen will bo employed to push it to an early completion The stockholders in tho Hustonville Commercial Bank Trust Co are requested to meet at the Weatherford Hotel next Saturday afternoon at 1 o clock for the purpose of organizing and selecting a building committee rte- Miss Mabel Drye who has been visiting relatives in Marion returned home Sunday Thomas Peacock formerly of the firm of McCormack Peacock has accepted a position to travel for aLou isvillo implement house and will mako his first trip this week Uriah Dunn arrived home last week from Barnwell S Co where he spent the winter handling horses and mules J Hoy Rose is at home for a few weeks to rest from his duties as commercial traveler Mrs C P Brown returned Saturday from n visit to friends in Ca sey J Sam Lyon son of Evan Lyon who has been attending his father dur ing his illness returned to his home at Bloomington Ill last week Mrs Henry Orman of Danville who has been at the bedside of her father Mr Evan Lyon has returned home W G Routcn and daughter Miss An nie are back from Harrodsburg where they were called on account of the ill ness of a son of Mrs Ella Green Ar thur Richards has had three hemorrhag es of the lungs the past week and his aged mother and faithful wife have scarcely left his bedside night or day C B Reid was at home for a few days lost week on account of the illness of his mother who was threatened with pneumonia Miss Katherine Hall leaves this week to Easter with Miss Aline Vogt in Louisville From there she will o to spend a week with Mrs E C Hurdin in New Albany Ind Mrs Frank Lee of Middlcsboro and Miss Mattio Rochester of Los Angeles are the guests of Mrs J K lither beautiful home West View near this The cityIwell at accelerated by quite an explosion which carried the earth into the stoves in Mr Austins residence some distance from the well The cause was from the gradually increased pressure of the gas which has been very for the last two months There is no question but what we are within the radius an underlying gas belt that only awaits the coming of the drill for development that make Rome howl with hap piness Lets organize for the work Caught Cold While Hunting j a Burglar- Mr Win Thos Lanorgan pro vincial Constable at Chapleau On tario says I caught a severe cold while hunting a burglar In tho forest swamp last fall Hearing oChainber lalns Cough Remedy I tried it and after using two small bottles I was completely cured This remedy Is intended especially for coughs ikand colds It will loosen and IreHove a severe cold In less time thump by any other treatment and is u favorite wherever its superior excellence has become known For sale by Dr W N Craig tho popular druggist Stan ford Gov Simon Bolivar Buckner has just celebrated his 82nd birthday What was it that Shakespeare said about good democrats dying young and the others burning down tothe sock et7Frankfort Journal A Lucky Postmistress- Is Mrs Alexander of Gary Mo who has found Dr Kings New Life Pills to be tho best remedy she ever tried for keeping the Stomach Liver nnd Bowels In perfect order Youll agree with her If you try these painless purifiers that Infuse new life Guar anteed by Pennys Drug Store Stan ford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Price 25c t 4+ 44+ t 4+ 41- We Close at 530 P M 521 Fourth Ave LOUISVILLE KY The Greatest Wo mens Wear Store tin the South I Combining High f- class Goods Low Prices and s Newest theIsive Styles 1 tTCoats DressestSkirts and Summer GoodsiNo Trip To Louist i ville Is Complete V tToV Railroad Fares Refund t- ed Irom April 2 to r 14tMixbirt of Krtttil Hirthtntt I AuocJtlon A rJGUTftlAN CO Inc st 44oH a 4+ r1 t oaf A+ A + + B 4s Musical Merchandise Violins Mandolins Guitars BanjosIClarionets Flutes Picalos Fifes Ac cordeons Qoncerlinas Harps Har monophones Music Boxes Talking Machines Edison Victor Columbia UptoDate Records A full line of all above carried also strings 4violinMr J B Finley Formerly of Rudolph Wurlitzer Co now witht HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville Kentucky r = 1B f BARGAINS T esataasrstr10 Pound Tar of Heinz Cherry Ireserves1 90 10 Pound Jnr of Heinz Red Raspberry Preserves 1 CO 10 Pound Jar of Heinz Pino Apple Preserves 1 GO 10 Pound Jnr of Heinz Strawberry Preserves 1 00 10 Pound Jnr of Heinz Peach Preserves 1 GO 18 Pound Jnr of Heinz Apple Butter 1 50 18 Pound Jar of Heinz lljuee Iont 2 25 W H HIGGINS CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKYS1 tiHtis7tirKII Craigs Heroin Coin mundrtigs Heroin Compound S WHEN BABY FIRST BEGINS TO SNEEZE GIVE C ic Craigs Heroin Compound 3 IT CURLS THAT IIOARSE AND CIIOUPY WHEEZE AND STOPS THAT IIATTLING SOUND 5 i jCRAIGS AND GiSTORE 8 I puns ulna nlorolle21vu0 pnnodluooUOJlII 81pJJO 1tiN K NIK N 1rLN N11 N7- h lass 0 hl tThe Interior Journal E C WALTON JUDGE JOHN WHUGHES ot Mercer county lea candidate to repre sent tbo Eighth Conga local dlttrlct ot Kentucky In Concresj to succeed lion O G Gilbert tabject to the cilon of the Den ocratic party JOHN ALEXANDER DOWIE mad enough to cat em alive will arrive at Zion City this afternoon from Mexico where he is founding another Zion City Tomorrow afternoon he will address the elders or deacons and we opine he will tell them a few things that they will not soon forget The selfstyled Elijah the Second spurns the effort by- his wife son and Chief Overseer Voliva to depose him and ho says one of the few mistakes he has made in his long and eventful life was placing Voliva in such high authority Next Sunday af ternoon Dowie will address a great throng In the Tabernacle at Zion City when excursion trains from Chicago and other cities will be nm to carry th thousands who will hear him The following interview was furnished the Associated Press during his short sojourn at San Antonio Texas Sunday It hurts me much these malicious and scandalous stories that have been spread broadcast over the world placing mo in the light of a hypocrite and a cheat And it hurts me the more when I think that a mere boy whom I trusted and believed to be an honest Godfearing man should be the instigator and dis seminator of them Dont misunderstand me Voliva is a shrewd fellow but with all that he is an imitator He tried to usurp the place of John Alex ander first apostle and that ho can never do I have deposed him do you understand He is no longer an officer the Christian Catholic church 4of familiesCMuhlenburg county a itself as the following from Central City will show William Allen had 24 children four by his first wife and 20 by the last Meredith Walker had t 21 children all of whom had the same mother William Greenwood had 20 children and only one wite and Elijah Dukes had 18 children all having the same mother and there are 100 families in the county with 16 children It might be helpful for the heads of some of Lincoln county tichildrenlesshouseh- olds to sojourn for a while among the prolific families of the county of Muhlenburg OUT of nine justicesonthe Supreme bench only three are Democrats though the Democrats constitute half of the population of the country If Chief Justice Fuller were to resign there would be but two His announcement that he will not resign while Roosevelt is president so that he can appoint his successor is therefore a very proper and patriotic conclusion TIlE rectifiers are going to test the constitutionality of the act taxing their produdct lc a gallon That was to be expected but they will gnaw a file They had better take their medicine with as good face as possible The air ing their business has gotten will result in heavier taxes next time They ought to be taxed out of existence IT will take a good deal of voting to get whisky out of Jonesville which lies half in Grant and half in Owen coun ties Both of these counties will have to vote dry before the accursed stuff as the prohibitionists call it can boshut out JonesviHe is little but she is very loud VIRGINIA has a law providing the pay ment of poll taxes as a requisite for voting At Virginia Beach only six persons have qualified to vote although a mayor and six town councilmen arc to be elected The present mayor is one of the disqualified voters SENATOR FORAKERS Ohio friends are at work preparing to boom him for the Republican presidential nomination They will endeavor to put a resolution of indorsement through the Republican State Convention POLITICAL The voters of Henderson county will vote ona 125000 courthouse in NovemberCongressman Ollie M James was named by the First District Democratic Committee to succeed himself The fiscal court of Laurel reduced the salaries of the judge the county at torney and school superintendent While Gov Beckham is recuperating at French Lick Springs Lieut Gov Thorne will occupy the Executive chair Gov Hanly in a public statement IS3ued has refused to pardon or parole David E Sherrick former Auditor of Indiana Col Thomas Johnson aged 93 a confederate soldier and a member of tho Confederate Congress is dead at Mt SterlingThe Saturday continued the consideration of the Postoffice Appro priation Bill the debate taking on a 5wide range Third congressional district Ex ecutive Committee will meet April 14 v at Green to arrange for nominating a congressional candidate The Annual Horse Show Yesterday was the annual horse show and there were more good stallions on exhibition than have been seen hero in years Space forbids the extended notice each one deserves but suffice it to say a finer lot of horses are seldom seen even in Kentucky the home of the saddle and harness horse Follow ing is a list of the stallions shown W M Dotlds good horse Gallon was conspicuous for his absence Chestnut Squirrel owned by Weisiger Bros of Danville was well liked A E Hundleys speedy horse Har monic trial 217 was greatly admired He is by Oratorio 213 Col W H Dudderars Kentucky Squirrel made an excellent showing He ia agood horse allover J M L It G Pettus had on hand Naboth a stylish harness stallion by the great Naboth now dead J C Bailey did not show Preston but he will make the season with him- as will be seen elsewhere in this paper S M Owens exhibited The Warfield a splendid harness stallion with a rich pedigree He showed great speed and- actionWilliam Sprinkles showed George Hur and a good colt by him George Hun is an English coach horse and a goodone Red Rex and Royal Denmark R S Scudders good ones were looking fine and acted nicely Their pedigree will appear next Issue William Fields Sons speedy Ante carlo attracted a great deal of attention and favorable comment Ho is a richly bred fellow Dock Gray Hugh Reid Fosters Shetland pony was the favorite with the little folks Youll see his picture in this paper next issue Glenbrook the fine black harness stallion owned by Dr Cann of Scott was shown by A S Edelin who is standing him ntHarrodsburg D S Carpenters Dignity Dare was in the pink of condition There is not a handsomer horse in tho State than Dignity and his reputation as a breeders unsurpassedAlmont the magnificent son of Dignity Dare owned by E S Powell Son of Hustonville was greatly ad mired He is a coming threeyearold and is a dandy- J R Beazley showed Naboth Jr under saddle and in harness and made many friends for that popular horse His Lincoln Squirrel was shown to hal ter Both are good ones J K Baughmans Shetland pony Jesse Alverson was well shown by M S Baughman lie did not show his Hummer Jr and Hapsburg two splendid harness stallions Calvin C Carpenter showed to halter his fine young stallion Dare All by Dignity Dare He also had on exhibi tion a beautiful yearling by him They were both greatly admired McCarty Cos good pair Atic and Almont Wilkes were the subject of much favorable comment They are good individuals and their breeding is all right See ad next issue F Reids Jack full brother to Jack of Diamonds was a popular horse with the crowd Ho is by Dorsey Golddust Mr Reid also showed a gelding and filly by Dorsey that were greatly admir edAshland Brook by Silent Brook dam by Ashland Wilkes and King Eagle a splendid saddle stallion were shown by a and Robert Woods They also had on exhibition two splendid ones by the latter horse Here and There Saturday was the 44th anniversary of the battle of Shiloh The Wisconsin monument on the battlefield of Shiloh was dedicated Satur daySurgeon White has reported the ox- stence of a case of yellow fever at Kcnner La An electric line will likely be built ShnrpsburgTorrents of lava are still flowing from Mount Vesuvius and pitiful scenes are witnessed on every hand An epidemic of typhoid fever in Pittsburg is causing great alarm 76 new cases were reported Saturday Chinese pirates held up three passenger boats near Canton and Dr Charles B Hager an American mis sionaryA white man of good family is under arrest at Somerset charged with rifling a mail pouch which was dropped by a mail wagon The strike in the bituminous fields of Western Pennsylvania is practically over independents their compact 1903 scale Jacob Stair a noted somnambulist of Akron 0 hanged himself while asleep He is said to have discussed tho horrors of suicide with his wife the night before Human Blood Marks A tale of horror was told by marks of human blood in the homo of JW Williams a woll known merchant of Bac Ky He writes Twenty years ago I had severs hemorrhages of tho lungs and was near death when lbo gan taking Dr Kings New Discovery It completely cured mo and I have re mained well over since1 It cures Hemorrhages Chronic Coughs Settled Colds and Bronchitis and is the only known euro for Weak Lungs Every bottle guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard 50o and 31 Trial bottle free t LANCASTER The lid was put on in Lancaster Sunday for tho first time and everything was closed tight All kinds of shops andstores were closed and not even a cigar or chunk of ice could be bought Miss Gena Denlap of Lexington is the guest of Miss Bottle Burnside Mesdames Fleece Robinson and B D Herndon have returned from Louisville Mr John Baughman wife and son of Danville are visiting relatives here David Ross and laughter Mrs Sallie Lawson are in Martinsville led for two weeks Miss Cotton of Danville is tho guest of Miss Lena Rigney Mrs Jacob Joseph who has been with relatives in Ohio is at home Miss Myr tie OBannon and Robert Warner of Stanford were in Lancaster Sunday afternoon Mrs J M Logan has returned from n visit to Mrs J P San difer in The Highlands Newport Charley Dean sold a work horse to Boyle parties for 60 Sherlcy Elkin bought 5 hogs from F M Tinder at 6c lb Mark Goins bought 14 hogs from Lem White for 5S1 Marion Coy and Charlie Turner sold 87 acres of land In the Nina section to J H Broadus Silas Creech bought a good horse of Lancaster parties for 8750 Robt Burnside sold a horse to J E Elmore for 125 S C Denny was elected a director to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Squire Wm H Kinnaird at a meeting of the directors of the National Bankof Lancaster Mr Denny has been the cashier of this bank for a number of years and this move is thought to be a good one George R Patterson the Pennsylva nia Representative who died a few days ago was the only traveling man in Congress Mr Patterson was proud of the fact that he was a flour salesman and he put it in his official biography Hopkinsville has passed an ordinance against the screening of saloon entrances from the gaze Sa loonkeepers have entered into nnagree ment for Sunday observation opy0aWHITES 4EM Rk S PURITY GUARANT- EEDSplits 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 Nile at Drug Stores Soda Fountains safes and Saloons Price lOc Per Bottle Whites C C Water Company Inc Crab Orchard Ky NABOTH JR Naboth Jr U a beautiful dark bar with heavy mane and tall with Rood bone plen ty ot ityle and flnUh and haw extreme high action and If worked would step at fast ai old Naboth his sire lie li over 10 hand high weighs pound and only 7years old this May lie I wellknown Na bolh who win sired by WalslnRham sire of Latitude lIIH and many others In the list WaUlngham Naboth site a ion of George Wilkes First dam Tinsel by Mes senger Duroc son of Hainbletonlan and sire of Elaine 220 the dam of Norjalne year ling record 2i31 K Naboth Jr1 flnt dam by Messenger Chief Jr 2d dam Crlt Darls 3rd dam a thoroughbred lie will make the keason of 1000 at my stable In Stanford ICy at the low price of 813 to Insure a living colt Money duo when colt Is foaled or mare parted with Mare traded or removed from thus county forfeits the Insurance and the money Is due Lien re UpaldNaboth horse men to be the best horse In Kentucky to breed to for highclass harness horses Bee him before you bre- edLINCOLN SQUIRREL hIghbeavycranuy tapering neckwell set In high mount shoulders a combined horse head and ear on him a model under halter wonder ful style In harness a show horse sure j ho Is a horse with five distinct gaits fast acting racker good In two walks and nlco loper very positive in his trot under saddle and In harness great all around action as Is required for an upto date sire of high price sale horses for saddle or harness be II u sure enough harness horse graceful stjllib and fast Lincoln Squirrel was sired by Marlon Squirrel by old Black Squir IIngV111tamOreon Mountain 2U dam by Hugos Edwin Forest Lincoln Squirrel 1st dam Kate McOallster by Mekaenger Breezx a full brother to Maudo Messenger record Silfls 2d dam Marla Depoe by Mambrlno Stat light a full btotber to Lady Thorn 2z2l 3rd dam Mollle Crow Helm Yorkshire thoroughbred Black tqulrre his grand sire Is the sire of more noted saddle horses than any other horse In the world such as Highland Denmark Chester Dare and ned Squirrel Lincoln Squirrel will be allowed to serve a few good mares the season of 1006 at Deader lire livery barn at 81250 to Insure a living colt IhoueS J U BEAZLKV Stanford Ky t 1 1 If there is a better line of Ladies Footwear made in America today than the one matte by the +Moore Schafer Shoe Co and called the vjJItra 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 1 They are as pretty as artists can make Our line of Low Shoes this time is Especially Handsome Brock Port Shoes 3 Brock Port Low Shoes 250 Ultra Shoes 350 Ultra Low Shoes 3ISee them and you will like them Use a pair and youwill want them again 4r H JSTANFORD KENTUCKY I I or 0THCllytnndly will until i rlvll Km to olympian water nt springs llvn inonthi to mine nt deliver wlllro 1110 not hll1 tll fnllollTrIt K II No llox EGGS EGGS EGGS IMymouth lock HUvcr feet WynmloMo nnd dells nretigrt ofchi getsettiMtnnfurd liitncnMcr or Ornb Orchard Thox tntv- retdate Invited tovisit my Inns and my tock Mrs Inv Poultry Farm lnachersvilleky Aa S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building Two Farms For Sale a of 170 sell farmI wish to ncrosB miles West wellnliprortnndrhalp- lenty pike It la of wntor nnil timwr mid i in goixl Winlr of 100 neressunlmproviil formAlso mi Jpxbetween inncnuter andlying ualdwuy tloodoutlet each way 1tw- llfeneedTernarenonnile TIII yUUNU Murksmiry Ky Old Crab Orchard Distillery Whisky Direct from Distillery Any quantity Bot tie Jugor IHrrcl e2 240 13 f Order by mall promptly shipped OLD CRAB OUOHAUD DISTILLERY CO Opposite Depot Crab Orchard Ky Waynesburg Marble and Gran ite Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Donlcr in and Manufacturer of Granite Monuments Marble nul Wnyncsbiirg pd IIItterA R Ky clnU n ledgett Agtiid INSURANCE Your house may never burn You fro euro to die See and talk with It M Newland who will show you the policy beet adapted to your ago and circumstances Claims paid 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 Crab Orchard Ky Weiiro prepared to write Insurance Life Accident Fire or Tornado And solicit the Inutnes of the citizens of the East find None but tho lest compim leu represented Office with Crab Orchard Banking Co lave n tnlk with us before placing your In kuruncu of renewing old politics Ud our property with us mid UO 81111t for you churning you only a uml1 per cent Ultraand Brock Port McROBBRTS tII PENNY is in position to supply your I every want in Paints Varnishes Colors I Lead and Oil Brushes EtcII Come in and see us Let us palling ISHERWIN I PAINTThe WILLIAMS value in paint world Ithe iPENNySDRUG6YISTORE L1 KYJ oIoi Call and get ono of these If not satisfactory return it nod get your mon oylmck Good for roast turkey ham etc Works on top of stove im well in oven GEORGE HARRIS Stanford Kentucky The Place to BUY s I Garden and Field Seeds Garden Tools Plow Gear Poultry Netting Screen Wire Cloth Screen Doors Hardware Cuttlery Staple and iFancy Groceries Fruits c atr rbottom prices i George DP Hopper Stanford Ky LA 0 1 t H I 491ANFOJSU KY 1rrn 1J RUSSIAN Corn Curo ren Jvea corns InI four days lOc Pcnryfa Drug T PER q cAtS Mn VtrsIJTIJ Is up after a pro traCQI iWness 4 fiouN to the wife of Mr J EI1uck e n 10pound boy MB C C CAIISON of liberty where yesterday- MIL LAIUN WITHBUS continues very t ill with pneumonia MBS II D CABTEII visited relativ In Boyle last week Miss DAISY VANDBVEKR visited friends in Richmond BORN to tho wife of GcorRo 1cndl ton a 10 pound girl Mrs Ijzwi LFWIS Is reatly troubled with asthma MR Atom MRS E T HKAZIKY ap- esV Sunday with relatives hero Miss CABRII FRITH of lirodhcad fa with Mlsa Myrtle Ollannon Mss UriXF HOOT of Danville spent a few days with relatives here MRS II R HustonvllI was the guest or Mraaeo n Cooper Coi D W TUIIIIIIK of Hlchmon visited his slater Mrs P p Nunnclle AMANDA STONK of Liberty la at the home of Judge Saullo tMIS8J II VANIIOOK of Hurnsid his daughter Miss Ollio Crow k Mns CIIKSTNUT the aped mother or Mrs W I Herrin was guest for B V few da- Mn 0 A 1EYTON of Middlesbon waa mingling with tho court day crow yesterday MRS J C KiNEHEAtiT of Lomioi t was the guest of her sister Mrs J G CarpenterMR OWIFY JR left Sunday trfor MarUnavillo lad to take the Corn few weeks Mns JAMBS GRISSOM of Adair came up yesterday to visit her mother Mrs N WILL A HUOOKS a clever knight or tho grip is spending a week at old homo at Crab sIICntSundnyrnlna Miss DBTTIB HIOGINS one of Crab Orchards milliners penllast week In Louisville buying goods- p MRS HODNEY KEENON who had been visiting relatives at Lebanon posse through to her home nt Frankfort urday WALTER MARTIN who is doing well in the business at Paris drove over Saturday to look after sonn business Mn G T ASIIIoCK and family have moved into the Nunnelley residence on Logan Avenue recently by Mr P G Warnerr MB WILLIAM STEPHENS and Mia Ella Stephens of Rowlandshave returned from a relative in Illinoii MRS D PHILLIPS and Misses Le fin Hampton Mary Elizabeth McKin noy and Lucy Leo Walton spent Satur day in Lexington MB S W GIVENS is able to be out again after having been confined to hit room for the three weeks throat cncd with pneumonia Mrs Lull I Peacock neo Miss Bright is now locator n Denver went In search or betterhealthMid dlraboro News LOCALS LOOK at thQ sheep shearing machine at WII Higglnsj ASK to see the white embroidered parasols at L M Hucy Cos E F BAILEY and wade Hampton have opened a store at Maywood BRING your buggies to me if they need fresh or new rubbers E T PenceSIRON fence cheaper than wood Now is the time to order A C Sine Agt Sanford 2U HOME grown second crop seed Irish PotatoesExtra Early Bovco John tTrstman A Hta crowd will witness the entertainment to be given by tho Kineto scope Co No 2 at Waltons Opera IWuso tonight A DIG crowd attended court yester day but business was not brisk Cat tle trading was quiet and not many i horses and mules changed hands TUB breaking of ckingstmp caus l ed the horse that pulls the telephone wdgon to run away yesterday when the streets wero crowded with people 4 Georgo Burdett who was driving him held him remarkably well but when the vehicle struck Mr W L Dawsons t mail wagon ho was thrown out with much force luckily escaping injury Both wagons were badly used up but the horses fared better t b SILKS It Is Womans RightThis of dress fabrics is this reason and the ofqueen very weaves and color in much larger than evertohouse clean and the only thing fur the men to do is to get ontocall the pretty things for beautifying the home Kco us for Carpets White llaliutai I1 11 inch noc 3winchat COo and RbeogsOi Cloths Linolums Hugs Shades Laco Curtains Swiss Cur Poles Art Squares Arc ThirtyMX inch Taffeta in Black and colors at 81 Department1weutysevenOur special in all shades and changeable colors in 19incl Taffeta Silk Six Beautiful Axniiater Art Squares size Uxl2 fret These are fine regular 70c quality at 5Dc goods and exquisite patterns This is an age of Rags and Art Squares and All Silk 1ciin de Crepe 21inch black and white fwashable at 81 you ehonhl see this line SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY GARDEN seeds seed sweet potato at W If Hlggins Snow tonight Go and toll your neighbors to do likewise JUST In fresh supply of International Stock Food E T Pence FOR SALB Clean stock of dry goods and groceries This ofllco BEAR in mind the McIIarguo lIalo near Hustonvillo Thursday 12 JUST received a ofAmeric Field Fence George 11 Farris BIG line of buggy harness Just opened Sco it J C McClary ALL kinds of plants lettuce rnd dishes etc for sale Ed Hubbard FOR good disc harrow single or double corn planter get my prices T D Newland HAVE your grave sodding done now No more sodding nfrcr May John ChriatmanSMiss EDNA CAMNITZ is teaching nn Interesting dancing school in Alcorn Opera House at Hustonvillu r MR J C BISHOP an experienced druggist of Versailles has charge ot tho drug department of my store Give us n call J II Dunn Paint Lick r Tin Q C will run an excursion to Cincinnati Sunday at 125 for the roundtrip The train will leave Mon and at 550 A u and Junction Cityat C oclock TilE remains of JaMBlack who died in Knoxville Thursday were laid to rest at Richmond Saturday Mrs J G Carpenter of this place attended tho funeral a I HAVE my Easter hats and bonnets ready for the inspection of tho ladies or the Highland section and cordially vite them to come and see them Mrs C M Young Highland MR LAWRENCE AIJNathe aged father of Mrs C II Rice of Livings ton died Saturday and the remain wore brought hero and interred in But falo Cemetery Sunday afternoon MANAGER H C WRAY tells us that the Stanford Telephone Co is putting in an cxchanno at Crab Orchard to bo known as the Crab Orchard exchange There are already 60 odd subscribers JEFF BELnrof Stanford has lo sated in this city and opened up on Crab Orchad street a paint and repai shop Mr Bcldcn is also a paper hanger and will take contructs for papering Somerset Journal Tim SCHUUKRT LADY QUAHTETTC Those delightful vocalists the Schubert Lady Quartette of Chicago wil appear at Waltons Opera House Apri 11 under tho auspices of the Grads School Lovers of sweet singing should not miss this splendid entertainment TilE nome and Foreign Missionary Societies will meet with Mrs Adollc Woods Friday Home Society at lOtfC i Foreign at 130 r M Juvenile Society at Mrs W H Bradys at 2 M Saturday 1Hh All the children arc urgently requested to be present important business is to be transacted nlso the election ofofficers Mrs Add la Woods lady manager SHERIFF T J HILL was called to bourn or rather the Coal Shute as It is better known Saturdry night to lucll trouble that might arise from- striking section men who handle coal there A force of men had been order cd to take their places but in the mean time the strikers to work on im tII today when theywouldpresenttheir to the was no disturbance of any kind MR JAMES I HAMILTON of Lancas Iler was hero Sunday returning from the South where ho disposed of a num ber of horses at prices Asked concerning the report sent out from lIar dsburg no had decided not to saidTheresuch a statement was unauthorized am in tho race to win and prospects for winning are most excellent- CnEss C JONES a prominet Casey county farmer is and it cd that his mind is impaired Ho came to Stanford Wednesday and after sting his horse in Aceys livery stable disappeared and has has not been seen letter with the postmark badly blurred was bo- family and the contents showed that ho is wronl mentally Mr Jones is 47 years is five 11 inches tall shaved and grayheaded Ho is a brother of Judge W Jones of Columbia t u r i FRESH fish Saturday Georgo H FarrisSTwo hundred locust posts for sale E G Bicklfty Stanford ATTEND the moving picture show at Waltons Opera House tonight WOODS Stock Poultry Foo Best on the market at Georgo D Hop Pets FOB RETThe storeroom on Ian caster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office r MIlS G B PRUITT tho Morclar d Milliner will have her opening of Spring and Summer hats bonnets etc on Saturday next 14 Tin ice wagons will begin to make their rounds Monday next IQth If you want to begin taking ice plcase phone No 14 Stanford Water Light Ice CoSAXMINSTEB Velvet Tapestry Jule Ingrain druggets carpets matting rugs wall paper lace curtains window shades and all kinds of furnitur Tribblo Pence C W B 11 prayerand IIcr vice Friday April 13 with Miss Nnncy VanDevccr Saturday April 14 with Mrs L B Cook These services to begin promptly at half past three and not to consume more than an hour TilE Fiscal Court of Lincoln count has voted to submit a proposition to build a 40000 courthouse That one is needed will not be gainsaid by nny one who has seen the present shack If former residents were permitted t vote there would be no doubt of the outcome We vote yes very decide ly Frankfort Journal FOUR OLD MAIDSTo hear the Schubert Lady Quartette sing their Old Maid Song especially written for them will make a rise in the matrimonial market anywhere This is one of their most fetching encores and as the ladies arc many years removed from being old maids themselves they can enjoy singing of the trial besetting the four maids of their song At Waltons Opera House Saturday night next 14th IN the county court yesterday the will of Mrs Mary Jane Owsly was probated Her property is left to her two children Mrs Mattie Withers and Mr George D Hopper The will of Mahala HitTc colored was also pro bated She left her property consist ing of a house and lot in Hustonvillo to her daughter Caroline Cowan A petition asking for an election to beheld on the whisky question on Juno 9 was filed There were 116 signature to tho petitionsome 40 more than the requisite 25 per cent e RAVING lost my dwelling in Gnrrard ounty near Marksbury by fire Dec 24 1905 being insured under policy No F I 182517 of tho Homo Insurance 2o of New York I take pleasure Ji recommending tho Homo Insurance Co of New York to the property own ers for their very prompt and liberal settlement of my loss Very truly W C Greening No5 Campsio Place Lexln ton Ky Moral For on your property against fire lightning and tornados see or write Jesse- D Wearen Lancaster Phono or 48 Oflico in Gaines Hotel or Jesse- D Wearen Stanford Ky phono 21 epresenting tho above company Ca Boyle Garrard and counties IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Mary Britton aged 68 died at larrodsburgJohn colored shot his wife to death at Nicholasville HSv U G Sutherlin was acquitted at New Albany for killing his The Middlesboro Hotel at Middlcsbo ro built at a cost of 100000 was sold the other day to F Mooman A fouryearold child of Mr White house fell from a secondstory window nnd was fatally at Somerset pushIngthe counties nnd Bell combined The handsome residence of A M innaird on Arthur Middles boro was partly destroyed by fire The loss is 2000 by Insurance Work has commenced on the foundation of the new jail at London It will- be completed by the middle of the summer be one of the most modern jails in the State It will cost about 20000 Dr J B Beck bought of tho Harvey tate a building lot from the end of the Harvey garden 131 cot front on Main street by ICO feet deep for 1450 A handsome residence will grace this choice location in a short time Somerset Journal- A compromise has been made between tho stockholders of the Middlesboro Distilling Company and the revenue officials and the distilling plant that has been idle for several months will resume operations in a few days The entire distilling apparatus and 15000 gallons of whisky that were stored in the warehouse of this company was confiscated last December by revenue officers Devllss Island Torture IS no worse than tho terriblo case o1 Piles that ntlllcted mo 10 years Then I was advised to apply Bncklen Arnica Salve and less than a box permanently cured mo writes L S Napier of Huglcs Ky Heals all wounds Burns and Sores like magic 25c at Pennys Drugstore Stanford Lyno Broil Crab Orchard PARKERS HAIR CUtmw tod tmaunc the hula Prom to t loiurUnt rroah Never rail to Bettors Ony lUIr to its Youthful Color Curtt dlmrl r Itiling Astt lrom LOOK Dont buy your Hurlng and Mummer hnt until you Mt my III ol Hood lot of nlrc pattern lints IleweIttstyli Trice right Terms rash Onll and t them MHXJOXF ANDKitrto- x1rtuchurtvlllc Ky Attention Farmers I I Imvejust rcrclrvd n car load or11 ton ot Tho Old HomiHtrml Fertilizer It Inn n world Whde rviiutiitlon Is unexcelled III crop producer It on Its merits K or the bards inks give It a trlnl K W CIIRIOIITOX KlngsvlIIu Ky Strawberry Plants For Sale I hove till following varieties of Mini 1Innti for uilei llnverlund Rulet- cinutlyJesdellrnMnrvltrnntywlne nnu other vnrlvllci per per I also ImvoSnradoien pigeons that I oil clieim U nil lire tnken J IJaurOK- UtgevIlle r K- ySURPRISE HAW Kxtr fine black jack ISS baud high cmlnfft earl old will make tho teason of 1000 at our table 2K milts Eat of Huston Tllle near Stanford nustonvlllo pike at 815 for jennets and SIO for mart to Insure a liviD colt tTIOAM IlHO- SMoreland Ky ALMONT DARE Sired by Plgnlty Dare No 1032 S II H he by Ohmter 10 A II It be l y hack Pqulrrel 5S A S II II he b1 Illttck Eagle 74 a U U ho by Uln William 67 A S H R First dam Ioia wits Keglttercd In Volume 10 A T U K shy by Mambrlno A T H It slrt of Geneva 0034 Mattie U 2l2Ji Quinine 5 22S and many others under 30 Abdullah Mambrlno by Aloiuot No 35 In T II K 2d darn by Crlt David 5662 he b Hourbon Chief 3d dom MattloSby Forelgi Light by foreigner by Imp Glcnco For eljjn Jlglit dam btarllglu by Cherokee Imp Ilnnnor 4th dam by Cunningham Copperbottom 9th dam i y Imp Iluunrd I or sire style beauty dlsgosltlon and per formauco In llama s andunder le con slderlnf age and handling he has no ape rlors and but few equals See him and you will Ilko him Will also stand two extra mule Jack8gooi Individual and llnclr bred Sorvlco fee Almont Dare 15 Insurance Limited to a few mates jacks Bob Tark legion 210 insurance limited Victor Hugo Jr by Imp Victor Hugo JS Two and oae half miles routhwent of nui tonvlllo on uustonvlllo l Liberty pike Trading or breeding elsewhere renders sea son due E S IOWELL SON THE WARFIELD Trial 224 Trotting Dark bay stallion 15 3ji hands foaled August Lei bred by Village Farm East Aurora New York Sired by Dare Devil record 2og sire c f The Beau Ideal xa5f1 Son of Mambrino King 1279 tire of Lord Derby Nightingale Metallas The Questor Lord March Lady of the ilanor heir atLaw King Charles Mock ng Boy Mercees all with records under ioSi Fitst Dam Naughty Girl by Rex mericus 23 00 2nd dam Duerma by Mambrino King 1279 3rd dam Dotlet by sutwood Coo ih data Topaz by Strath nore Oth dam Millard by Albion 6th lam Ned by Edwin Forest 7th dam Lady Turner by Mambrino Chief The Warfield was worked only 9b days last season and showed a 224 clip over a half mile track He is sound good heads good galled good wind good feet and legs and kind easy to handle in bares one that will stay and trot all day IIn will make the present season at our arm near McKtnney at to insure a wing colt- Mares traded off or bred to another horse forfeits Insurance and makes season money duo Lien Retained on Colts Un Iii Season is Paid We will also stand the imported jack CONQUEROR At 83 to insure a living colt He is4 years old i5J hands high black with white loints hue buns and action and a great II1divldual You should see this sine Jack before breed S M OWENSSON lclianey Ky yr Copyright 1906 by Hart Schaffner W Marx a CAST YOUR EYES i r Over the Remarkable Collection of IJaunty Clever i Spring Suit Styles We are now exhibiting and you will find not only the particular new style and color most becoming to you but a rare treat in the matter of price Well tailored suits of good material 5 to 8 Black and Blues Serges and Thibets 750 to 18 Pure Worsted and Scotch effects 10 to 1750 Hart Schaffner Marxs all wool 15 to 2- 0CUMMINSMCLARY 7 LZN11tiNN1 lN N1N NM fr + II II I II t till J + U 1111111 C I I I3Fl4 + 1THf ++ 1i I FN4- t White Embroidered Parasolsrti i Are the lRagett this seasonI We have just received large assortment of them Prices L50 to 500 You are cordially invited to inspect our lineA L M RUBY snw CO j Dry Goods Notions Shoes a 5 and 10 Cent WareYOpera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY 411111 ttUIIi tt41 ItItlll t 4 Ott d f The Interior Journal 3 terfd in tit PottOffice at Stanford cu trlttdefaM mailer yentisiiKD TUESDAYS AND FUIDAYR AT 100 peR yeAR CASH wheD not so paid will be charged Trees Plants Vines Wbr the spring of the fLUE OUAF t J outer n full anus MhrubatMtrnwberrleerlaarappuVli cx mall Fruits Rhubarb Aipnracus V u employ no 1I111nta HUllwberr and Gell- em Ctnloguo ton F IlllEMEYEItcSONS INSURANCE WindWorm Life andrrn Lightning Accident None ul the OEMT and JU Uepresented howeitPoi lhle ItateOuarnntecd Paying 4BC rdUncqualled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence phone No 8J PUBLIC SAGE = +1 will toll nt public auction nt oclock ax l0tlItTUHlAY A IRIf111900 t form of tIIncres situated one from Uostonvllloon Htnnford pike also 5 horse 3 brood nmres yearling colta yeur old by- 2alothfuttdlyhone2 cows 8 hogs tat of hay and funning Implements and householll and kitchen turnlture known on day of eats- JILDtcIIAROIYEItustonvllle Ky 35 Farm Mules For Sale A AN brake anti native brtd TMT can In them by calling on a 1 I G Fax Livery Feed i Sale Stalls Danville Ky B0 CARTERSuc- cessor to Bruce dt Garter livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage U solicited Horace on commission tack Pena In Connection New Hustonville Firm t Having bought of McCormntik Peacock their Orooerlfs Hardware eteywe col left a hare of the patronage of t End pco ple We also linve connection n Daily feat Market nnd Lunch Counter Wu will Boy good butcher stuff nt highest market rlc and having n splendid meat cutter we aanlfurnlsh you with the best We also bu- sll kind of country produce UlHHOt A MPIfe Hustonville Ky Oive Me Your Order I Can Please You rendyninde clothlnc when there UBolUtlo difference In the PrIce of high grade rciidynindo suits nnd n cult made to jour measurement takiii by nn ilxrlenced tallorf I hnvuii hiindsoino IIl1e ofFall anti Winter goods I cnn nuiko from li low price boslDOJ suit to the llntst dress suit Also overcoat trousers and fancy vests The oompuny I represent li one of the beet H U UUPLEY the Taller r Datl Traylort DKALKH Whlst1I Brandy Wines Beer Gioars Etc KYaOlosePftapl and polltt stitntlon Nothing Ihs its Creek Mall rhone ci telcgtsp orders iscslvs sroxpt attention e aT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HaruessSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY OfBcoPhono 167 Home Phone 35 JLBeazleyCo TJndertaKers and Embalm us Also Dealers in Fur aiture MattingsRugs They Till exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right h STANFORD KENTUCKY r FARMERS DEPARTMENT W B Hill sold to Mr Livingston a mare for 135 Frank North bought of C C Crow n mule for 185- McCarty 8 Co sold to Montle Fox n bay gelding for 175 No1 shed corn for sale John M Spoonamore Hubble Two heavy work horses for sale W W White Moreland King Baron trial In 2081 changes hands at Richmond Ind for 5000 Russell Billion sold to G D Boone 54 ewes at 475 Ho has some 50 more for sale Robert Frsythe of Mercer sold his stallion Chester Meade to a Missouri party for 500 W T Hiatt lost by death Saturday- a good work mule He refused 100 for him a week ago A T Martin sold to Mr Denham oC Ohio a pair of harness geldings for 250Somerset Journal Thirtyfour short yearling mules toi sale mostly mares Call on or write C T Bohon Lebanon Ky Mr Duvall of Kansas City who has bought hundreds of jacks in Kentucky- is here looking after more of them Jack Poliardt of London sold to Dr G N Hunter of Hamilton 0 the tint saddle stallion Hot Stufftor1000 W H Murphy sold to Louisville parties three combined horses for 1075 The one by J C Baileys Preston brought 415 FOR SALE 1200 or 1500 tobacco sticks at 30c per 100 and a righthand McCormack binder B T Lunsford PreachersvtlleSA pig weighing about 50 pounds came to my place in February Owner can get him by paying for this notice and its keep J N Vanhook Saufley ESTRAYA black hog weighing about 75 pounds came to my place is October Owner can get him by paying for this notice and his keep August Fischer near Junction City ESTRAYA bay mare with small spot in forehead short mane and tail left my place Tuesday night Infor mation leading to her recovery J thankfully received C C Terry Stan fordSM S 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 bjg prices you had bettter breed to his jacks Ten saddle horses owned by Ball Bros of Versailles sold at auction for a total of 6940 in New York City The star was the six yearold gelding The Gambler winner of the worlds championship at St Louis lie was knocked off for 2050 The others brought an average price of 450 Hagenbeck the wild animal purveyor and showman drives in his home town or Hamburg Germany a pair of good old Missouri mules which it is stated attract more attention than any of the inest coach horses seen op the streets of the free port Lately Hagenbcc cabled to his agent for 20 pf the smallest mules to be found in America and for 125 gray horses to average lCO pounds The mules were obtained In Missouri and the horses in New York Buffalo Kansas City Chicago and St Louis On ship they had cost upwards or 350 each I have three very large jacks that will make the season at my place on the Hustonville and Danville pike Som rio a very large imported jack 16 hands parties wishing to breed for large mules with fine hair and lots of style will bo pleased with Sombrios colts Have a very largo Kentucky lack 15h hands high 7 years old also a young jack 16 three years that will be permitted to serve a limited number of mares These- lacks will all make the season at 10 have other jacks that will make the season at 8 Joe E Wright u u IMPORTANT TO STANFORD Profit by This and Find Safe guard Against Many Ills Nothing Is more Important to Stan ldrd than the good health of her lIeo- pIc How can they fill their place In- this busy town unless they are well No ono trouble In responsible for- noro nervous ills sleeplessness gen- Clal debility weakness backaches outnatlo pains oven Illtemper and cvlshness than Indigestion fortunately combination of rome- dies called Mlona stomach taUktSy has been discovered that absolutely cures indigestion and restores to toalth and strength the whole digc- stlo system The use of Mlona Is a safeguard against many ills it acts directly upon tho gastric glands stores perfect action to the digestive organs aids the assimilation of fool1- antI so strengthens the whole digestive system that you can cat anything at- my time without fear of Indigestion Just ono little tablet out of a 60c box of Mlona before meals for a few days anll you will soon regain perfect health and strength and ho able to cat anything digestible without fear 8f tomach dllllcultles So reliable is Mlona in curing al1- lorms of stomach weakness and troubles that Penny gives a signed guar- autee that the remedy wlll cost noth ngtinless it cures Mlona sells for 500 and is Invaluable to anyone who- suflc18 with indigestion nervousness or weak stomach rt f 4 IGov Beckham has named the StateI School Commission as follows each Appellate district of Kentucky be ing represented George Payne of Pa RussellIiE D Mark of Louisville B lit At nett of Nicholasvillc Johns Morris of Covington M G Watson pf Louisa The commission will locate two norm schools in compliance with an act Passed by the recent General Assembly Richmond Bowling Green and Frankfort offer sites After the schools are located the duties of tho commission will bo at an end after which Gov Beckham will name a Board of Regents of four members for each school Cured Hemorrhages of the Lungs Several years slnco my lungs were so badly affected that I lied mnn hemorrhages writes A M Ake of Wood Ind I took treatment with several physicians wlthoutany benefit I then started to take Foleys lion and Tar and my lungs are now as sound as a bullet I recommend It In advanced stages of lung trouble tI Foleys Honey and Tar stops tho cough and heals the lungs nnd prevents serious results from acold Ile fuse substitutes Pennys Drug Stun Robert G Proctor private secretary to Senator Lodge has been indicted at Boston on the charge of embezzlement It is alleged that he failed to report a campaign contribution of 225 in Octo ber 1904 e The Original Foley St Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the grea merit and popularity of Folcys Ifonop and Tar many imitations ore Offered for tho genuine These worthless Imitations have similar sounding names Deware of them The genuine Foleys Honey and Tar Is In a yellow package Ask for It and reo fuse any substitute It Is the best remedy for coughs and colds Penny 9 Drug Store FayetteMo Ogdensburg 8787 Record S8Xi Trial ZS2 By Mambrlno Patchen will mike thi lesion of 1000 at my farm at f10 to Inure a living colt He Is a dne Individual and has abundant style speed sod action lie has proven himself a great breeder his colts icing the kind that sell readily for big prices Will also stand three fine jacks two at 110 and ononttS to Insure u living colt See my stock before yon breed M 8 DAUOUUAN Stanford Ky POSTED We whose name appear below strict turbid hunting fishing or any kind of tree passing on our places and will protocol rlolatora to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Relcheubccb Bro Fred VonOruenlganAlbert VonOruenlgs Fred VonAllman Fred Kaumann Alfred Simpson George Holmes Miss Mattle II Howes 11 Ilelchenbach Charles Oummtns Jos Ration A 0 Dunn S M Holmes W E Amon W U Danghertj M J Iloffmnn M D Klmore Peter W carter J Nevln Darter J E Bruce w F Shomaker Thomas Ferrlll Green Ferrlll F J Conn John II Oamenlsch Sam Trowbrldgc A D Boot Charles Entslln Frank Cordler Mrs M Haydeu Welch Peter lialme John Meier Samuel Llndier Jacob Oacdnr Mrs Alice LJt e David Stephens Mary Hoffmann L P Numiolltfy J W Ilaughraan Cnrlstenu Orajson J O Carpenter Jacob Jtsiwcln Sam Dameron Mrs M J Ahlo- ckPRESTON 922 Tfcls premium saddle atnlllon of the world will make the season of 1008 at my stable un Old Lancaster street Stanford Iret- oD Is a brown horse II yean old 164- hands high n perfect model with great ylo ftctlou anti speed Preston was Ired- by Washington SI he br Cromwell Nos Flat Holt by Roderick 3d dam by- a Denmark horse Prrston has shown against sad defeated all Ue great show horses of Kentucky will be glad to show him to any one ut my table and want those wishing to breed to liDO saddle stallion to see him before breed Irl Tamale I will stand him at 820 to insure- living colt Money due In all cases when mare Is parted with or bred to smother hone herwlie when colt U foaled All care taken to prevent accidents but- not responsible army occur Lien rev paidIulureJO BAILEY Stanford Ky GEORGE HUR Ono of the finest English coach horses the State will make the present scaon 1tbe OHutr farm mile from Rowland on- CrKb Orchifld tt Stanford pike at the low Ooorgeloteelghs when In good shape 1800 pounds lands full 18 hands George llur U mode rople and fjulck u splendid drlv r n ijulet alldlnfe puree at any work He was wired bv Huf Major 973 3135 Grand Sire ittJUO Dam Jennie lleatrlce Olvdes halo George liar tins some of the finest colt In the country has proved to be a sure foalletter Geotlo Is halt Englhh coach and hall Olydeldale bees draft horse In tho State ye invite all lovers of horses to call und zamina Oeorga tier ROXSYE oxsye will make the season of 1006 at- larno place at 87 to Insure a live colt Uox ye Is about 15 hands high was sired In larltcsejacksweU1 premium s a fine mulo- jack Money due In both case when colts ore- foaled or mare parted with All care taken to vent accidents or escapes but not re- ponilhle should any occur Lien retained on coli according law Wu 8PBINKLE3 Rowland Ky FOR RENT Homo cud lot In HustouvlHo traded Hchool district tooth Improvenionts and lIoo locution lior IS nens ol grass ulio for rent If wanted E I Carpenter More Lund Ky u HAVE yO unc- oILS castrated by T F Gross Crab Orchard Ky the well known cas trator of horses add horse doctor Phone In Ileslde- nceDignity Dare Nol Yoll A 11 Mnhoxony hay Jilack point while otllY on left mind foot 10 yours old IS 8W hnn- iItlgbwolgheltround I strong lint hon henry nittno and lull good buck with lout cniitvy well set In lug j mounted shoulders n saddle horse fiend nnd cur ou hIm II model under huller nlwa wears lilue string In model rings wuulrful style In hnrness show hone sun b11 ono yiiir old woro nil honors In his CIIl88 wherever shown also tho blue tie In sweet stake harness rings nt SIIIIIK iigo lienHyvnrohl hu wns shown II times anil w blue strings never been detailed In fancy harness ran akhnA ulwnys IHHII tilt victor to stallion liS n hntthr when shown with threw or morn of lib gel for slam style and Keiiernl eoiifornintl mid for sill purposes heist saddle hors with tlvn illslluct gaits fast ilea lUlllt nicker good in two walks and n nlco 11Ir very postlte In hu trot under saddle nnd In linrium grant all around notion n Is n llrlcCllIhsure enough harness liorsn gnirvful t11h and fust CUll show eighths In JSU sccon n ii unit with hut IIl1h ImndlliiK did thla last full one yenr ngo nftn serving man In the spring Ho Is poisrsstxl of wundtrful nerve and spud enough to get n trotter fur track use or gtIIt1tlIIenw roadsters large hnndsomo 1llIh heavy and strong enougi to got rnrrlngo horses with n kindly dlIII sltlinforullpurluwsofiifnnulyhpren He gmetfulgiven up hy tiorsviiimi that ho is ono of tho most uniform brwdvr In Kentucky 111 typeshis cults niter hlnifelf tins never Intl a sorrel chit Tho most prolltnhlv bore fllr the farmer and small breediir to produro h the horo which serves the widest nuiRo uf xirlustswells Ills colts are show colts IIf the very highest type blue string wlimer frown tho oldest to tho youngest II of hlB colts him teen offered for nnd sold for In average of fttu and tho nverogo ngo ot them Is S years amid months rrninrrK Hired by Chester Dare 0H H It ho by Illnck KWjUlrrel ho b1 Hlack KngloTI ho by King William iby Washington Dvnmurk its by tnlnc lHnmnrk ho by race aorta IKnnmrk H ho by lump JlttlgvforU Dignitys Ill dam IIIlid Nu A T II lbhlIIollthl IlIalll Wtllh nil he b IlysdlckVi llamhletonlnn lIlh se- tonddnntlbyAllnlluh MeMengvrfld dnm hyHits Vermont till darn Thorolllhhrttl welchmonts tint dam Itiullno by Union Forest dl- TanisUlgnltytiy will make the son of 1IO4 nt my stumble In lluntonvllle KI ut I to Inure o living colt when fouls Mares trnde or removed forfeit Itmirni iind money Ixconiesdup and must be lit tlmoot such transaction More Rrnzo nt KM Ixr month and lillls In aid is fort removal of mares train fed If disli Int rea oiialk rates Mares fiitrutlnl to nl will recelvo my personal intention but I will not hu rr ionslblo for accidents or r ropes Ihone In residence nt Iliutonvll Ky DH AlllKNTKII Col Bird 4056 horse foaled IkJl llred by nt 0 I oceif Ijiiullle Kj Sired by CVcllliin Chief 2171No cIIIIII alrto62tlIrohh with 2511 tatter by VclllanXiy4 sire of IT In lIt 1st ilnm Konney full sitter to low in lus sln of anti 10ll01VIIks2 tl Hy OamlN tin Wilke- S mj sire of II with records of I or lulter Jna dam Ktllo Davldnm of lord Humri 2ltt3 JOWIIII 2134 sire uf lIIlIIlIIorlul alrl of 1odln VllkfJSIIind lIneliolleaY22- and Krnndnmof dipt Iheek II1 tlor lulll l161 v a nd flov Ilrlre SW sirofHlumwY21IlyIbMi Wllkun 2 in No stn of RlII slro of the loans of 3rd dam Kfll Ihivlsithedum of ona pro uclim ton und dam IAHI Mtunrnl luy8ownnSlasIlIehell 1 i xntnnd 7 ills Wllke 9 dl Alexander Alylulh t ft Sol sire of Uuhlalllllh Mnlil ill ant thorn Ith dam by nrooketfs lllfoiimlr NoTKCVclllaudlilef Jr7 sired inn 21914 Ijidy Norntin t I14dnu- of Hilly iUuiro t lend Oorlllan tIde- 27Ltl Norvn13114slnof iountexs Nvt tllIwhIICThl tmyv Norvnl U 2W1 wlVi others tfndduiii lonyto dam of Ijidy SonII faS4and nosh florin t and full sister tr till dam of IjiiTv Yutfsi2Umii Una1I 221 mind Neetnrluelthednm of rchn- Elremrle Irt amid OIgo thClrlo I ft IIIIlI rand dna OflIIIIRIIhltftr1nnd Hill Unrro 2l 21UV tIu griatiKt living sire arddtim Neetar ilamof lallettn tat t II- IIInd Driiidi II lid grand ilnm of f Nor iltaS W4 ithus damn of ViMllini itch 2 rti and hillyiszoro 2154 lady Inte 22114 Slur IICtrla IIt Itlrh ffl mind Itowltertln u II SU1WMI 2sireIHllml the gntitesi sire of brood titer and the and greatest living or dead sire of slaiul urd boars UhdamCinlatendind hut I foale nil fry malls mind nil bred i grand dam of rtlxrt UIIl1 iijlrf 0110111111 llrllton t1O lrrrle dam of Precision nod gm led dan uho of Inlllittli tai lil4 dam of idly MtisJSIliiiil Drusle 221 mind Neetarln toIIt of two and Jonyto damn of two II v osijfnger Duroc No ulrv 2t rand hh linvi pro ioverM Ath dam Hyiielnth dam of Mercn 2 lay- tad one other and uriuid dams of Cherry emll Muncovlte 2 Euclid 2 2i i llusln t fn and others Hy VoluiilvH rfdsire oful- mod Ills daughter have produced 75 nth dam Clara dam of Dexter 2 Alum I itlj and one other and Alda dam o dlld- OIlIrI Lltk Dictator sir of Jay live 14y nnd Wot her and also Ind1 Doxter Inmof Dexter Prince by American Mini tI sin of four and dams 5I tlicliiin MoKlntry imiro dint of Hhiirl r und Brand dams of Dexter Alum anti ethers Vclllnii Jhlef Is n very yonntf horse- let he luau 0 of get with trottlnu records of SJDor Ixttcr fiifli niiitlw when they won eat two years old Ile the clmmptoi lro of world Fair winners In 1UU iocllmnim1 full brother to JoiiniiotoOo cll Miss Veil a12 II llinIllni IVJiiniltVrfl Ifv 224 Hlrei hy UiinitHttii tho IIrIIII Ih- IIut sin lot dnm Jfiinnlc CS59dmeun0f V Ilnii2 ltiJIcnniKtt Veil I 2114 i ssi4 Jiiilliiu ayyi lIud NutwiMMl swy sire lilrd greimtestsirrlfvlugor loud and the irratest sin or brood iniiros that tins ever IMMiridHrcoiid linn lellliililiim iliu- mInuto2Yeysire of two Uiiniiitlno 22nj- nIl JIIIIIIeOJdIlIllOIIl l ltii dam noun Ollutt 2 II 11 Xorvllle iJii Kniinrr 1022IH Kiimurettii 2Nl Tondltlon 22 ilamorcrrdiltc SlfiX Uiunliurst 2 ITJi mrlos llIlJrCI1I1I S2SV4 sad 221ltAUtrlinleuruoata-gtIltfiroldodlll231 IAI1dll vminlrnof one lid lunilirunuttn dnm of loldin Hell 1u41 by Ailmliilxtrntor IVD sire or severed nth t or ltnl Uiini Mnrv benrore dnm or Clovtliind ij and grand iliinis or 7 lly Jlinnlirluo sin or two Uh dint by Htnr Davis Mil don by Torn nwdvr Ucllliu tilt sir of In tlniw and tins ono iluuchtir the di of IIIOt likely tin yotiiiitost iiinro In tho greet rrtal lucre list JiiinlNitta Wllkos N th- grllIle8t sir ore xtrfim sponl tho world hU- Nlr known Htnnds second as thu Rroatost ire of stRiuliird liorKosaiul Is tho greatest slru of standard horsos living Hu was also thfJ champion sin pf premium burred nt the- rent Worlds Kalr In JoUlllriHO xilias 1111IIII liroidliii hlllsothll 11 knowit to the IIl1s In every direction trace to thagnrmteetr- ed test known to taw trotting turf As a ire In should Kreat Col lint will stand at my Htnbla at 110 to- IIIAlln u living colt Ilon retained on 1COItI until season money Is puiellony- ua when inaru li traded rumovod or with Not rcspoiulhlu for accidents IlIIrtdI cllll IraxH rnrnlHhod at per p OAHlKNTKlt Hustonvlllp j f CLOTHESFor tho Sjiriug and Suiuincr Season we nro showing tho largest nod most uptotlato line of lieu a null Boys Clothes that we ever did before Other OfferingsO- ur friends and patrons will find in our various dcpartinciit1 the nio t complete offering merchandise wo have ever yet shown Wo have been extremely careful in selecting our goods froinXuily the makers of the highest reputation for goods you can rely on Gfiods that wo cut recommend Prices that ore absolutely right t SAM ROBINSON Dry Oooils Clothing Shoe + hints nnd Caps Ladies and Gcnta FurnfeJf iugi Etc the store that saves you money Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank 1 STANFORD KY Ill FOR EASTER PARADE IIINew apparel is ncccwnry to avoid unpleasant comparison AVo are the approved styles in lees nod Hoys Clothing and other drcmmi re weE Perkins Crab Orchard Kentucky I the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford KcnfucKy CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January 1906 24600000 OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT WO WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIEi J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILfY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER- W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J n OWSLCV Stanford 8 II SHANK Stanford O W OAIITRII Turncrirllle W H CuwMits Prcaohorirllle 0 Ooooti WnynciburR W H TIUVLOK ailoerti OreoU It L UuiiuiK Lancaster W O WAIKBH Stanfort1t J U Posies Stanford W II Bnmaite8tanfard J II PAXTHV Stanford Wo risjiortfully solicit the nccounts of Individuals Klrms nnd Uor rntloiu Hanks and lliinkirsiind nro pn ianil to furul li nil Upo ltors such nriMiniinodiillons us nm coiiiliti nt with sure Uiuklng Motlfrn Mufity l0lOdlll01B in our vault for use ol our utulIllrl i First NationalOf Stanford Ky BankrCapital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally established Lathe Hank of Stanford In 1848 then reorganized as the National lank of BtaDford 1865 and again reorganized a the First National Uaik of Stanford to 1881 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 years It Is better supplied now with facilities for transact promptly and well than ever before lu It long honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited 1 Officers J 8 HOOKER grab 8 T HAIIHIS V Pre JJ MoItOIiEUTd Ohr W WKAUKNAsst Ohrmr Directors F Held Danville 8 T Harris Stanford J Hooker Stanford K L Tanner M D Elmore Stanford B H Baughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jss Robinson Hubble t J iL IlauKuman Stanford J M Pettus Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford r 1A tt4lltt1 II jYouDont forget these facts about Tin Jloollng fl FIRE FIRE IFREI I you know the feeling these words give a li you have a tin root there will ho CD per IDoof fire at your house When you think IlroJlcrlI it will lust it is the cheapest and best to consult mo old get prices before you IrourrS HALDRIDGE I Depot Street Stanford Ky arlillllie elellaIIIIDIiltllttr Ltl rlaltalelDr I f aL x