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I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 11 VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 13 1900 NO 13 KINGSV1LLE t Gardenmaking is the order Cf the day Rev R R Noel reached nt the 9Christian church r meofmve struck for bet ter wages fljPtf per day Work on the tunnel IsjHrSgrcssinj rapidly Co M Thompson has commenced iii ti 1118new storeroom on the lot where W J L McCartya store used to stand and it will be an uptodate building The r doctor has a number of hands nt work and C M Evans will oversee the job which will be rapidly pushed to completion Dr C M Thompson went to Cincin nati Wednesday Mrs Sylvan 1rivitt and bnby will join the husband and father at Hamilton 0 where they will make their future home Mrs T It Taylor has returned from n visit to Louisville relatives liastln is spending a few days with the homo folks nt Science Hill Mr Burns is his substitute S M Owens was here Fri day adjusting claims for the C Si rail roadWm Carey of the C S spent Sun day with his wife nnd son here G W Thomas who travels for a Knoxville shoe house was hero last week Mrs C M Thompson will go to Cincinnati soon for now millinery Little Miss LcU Rastin of Science Uillwas the guest of her brother Operator Rastin Mrs M II Crctghton has been III with grip and confined to her bed but is much batter Dr Walter of Lancas ter was hero recently r Welcome Ye Home Comers I Welcome all ye homo comers To this grand old State Welcome all ye wanderers tI Roth lowly and great From Southern California To the Northern coast of Maine The welcome that well give you Will always be the same Come back come back ye prodigals Who have wandered far and near p Come feast your eyes upon the scenes Of your boyhood home so dear Neath the suns bright ray Neath tho crystal moon We welcome your homo coming Thesecond week in June Old Lincoln sends her greetings To her children far away And when they see her welcome Homeward they will stray G a I Grip Quickly Knocked Out Some weeks ago during the severe winter woollier both mywife and myself conlrac4ed ttovoro colds which speedily dovoloHd Into the worst kind ot la grippe with nil Its miserable ymptonn says Mr J S Kglostonof Maple Landing Iowa Knees and joints aching iniisolos ttoro head Mopped up eyes and mole running with nlurnui spoils of chills flail fever Vw began using Clmtnlwr palms Cough ItetIIedly Hiding tile dose of Chambersame with u doublu I lains Stomach nail Mw Tablets and by lu orntas soon completely knocked out the grlp Sold by Dr W N Craig the popular druggist Stanford Rccaunc John D Rockefeller forgot his prumiso to Harry Evans a 14 year old lad with a sweet voice tho latter has been forced to sing in saloons for i money Rockefeller rescued him last summer from n beer garden when ho entertained largo crowds nightly with his singing says a Cleveland dispatch Tho oil king summoned him to his For est Hill home where ho asked Harry to staff Without accompaniment the boy be gan I Need Thee Every Hour John D wiped his eyes and walking to tho Window looked across tho green lawn Into the cool depths of the woods Slug I Need Thee Every Hour again It is my favorite requested Rockefeller patted liarthe oil king rys voice is a power for good ho said you must bo educated so wo can keep you in the church Rockefeller promised to support Hnr ry and his widowed mother and give the boy a good musical education They have not heard from him since ho left Cleveland last fal- lRheumatism Makes Ufo Mis arable A happy homo Is the most valuable possession that Is within tho roach of mankind but you cannot enjoy Its comforts If you are Buffering front rheumatism You throw aside business cares when you enter your homo and you can bo relieved from thoso rheumatic pains also by apply fog Chamberlains Pain Balm One application will give you relief and Its continued uso for a short time wll bring about a permanent cure For solo by Dr W N Craig the popular i druggist Stanford Memoir of Dr James M Black Dr James M Black died April Cth 1900 at Knoxville Tenn of acute pneumonia Ho was born in Knox county Ky In 18C8 where his boyhood days were spent and in 1892 he took his degree of Doctor of Medicine from the Kentucky School of Medicine Louisville lie be gun his professional career at Red House Madison county remaining there three years when he removed to Knoxville Tenn where he remained In a continuous active practice til his death Seldom has death gained a rich er spoil than in the extinction of the earthly existence of this admirable man Ills professional courtesy was of a high order and any unprofessional con duct on the part of a medical man was to him a real grief lie was mild and considerate of the views and feelings of others In brief he had by nature ns well as through lifelong practiceUK detriment of a gentleman If ho felt obliged to express a righteous indignation it was usually manifested by a withdrawal from tho objectional presence or a masterly and dignified si hence In his social relations he was genial and had a keen appreciation of the hu morous episodes in life his travels his close and thorough observation of men and things made him a very interesting conversationalist About him there was an exuberant raillery but it was atinglcss The confidence of an entire community in the integrity of an individual Is as great an honour as can bo given for a full and complete belief in upright ness in every particular is rarely ac corded to any man by his neighbors but it was the right nnd privilege of Dr Black to be so esteemed by the community in which ho lived Ho nev er posed before the public for he cov eted not a bizarre reputation the hon est coin of medical respect was recom pense enough for him His ability to inspire a personal trust and faith in him on tho part of his pa tients was wonderful and almost amounted to personal magnetism Fer tility in resource in every branch of bothmedicine and surgery especially in the latter In which ho excelled havI- ng done successfully almost every Important operation in general and regi onal surgery made him the consultant most sought after throughout the sec tion in which he lived He was safe in counselwas as conscientious as gentle and those who knew were not slow to admit that as an esthetic operator his equal was not to bo found in East Ten nessee Ho was n member of the Ten nessee State Medical Association of tho Southern Surgical Gyneologicnl Asso ciation of the Knoxville City Medical and Surgical Society nnd was elected to honorary membership in tho Kentucky State Medical Society in 189S al so elected to tho Central Kentucky Medical Association and to tho Madison County Medical Society His writings were not numerous but when he chose to report cases to and rend papers be fore Iho societies of which he was n member they were always well receiv ed Ills heart was in the realities of his calling We could exceed your space in delineating the traits of our departed friend but what has been hastily jotted from the meager data must suffice for a tribute to n man who was strong in medicine strong in his personal in fluence nnd in his love for humanity Ills life was symmetrical doing with Its weight tho heaviest work without slight or murmur a life which was more of n sonnet thanancpic aiifetho name of which to the surprise of men the Atigol1 writes in his Rook of Gold STEEIK BAILEY Is Tho Moon Inhabited Sclenca has proven that tho moon has an atmosphere which snakes life in sumo form possible on that satellite but not for human beings who have n pined enough time onthisearthof ours espe tally those who dont Know that ke1rleBltterseurolieadacheBiliousfleas dice Dyspepsia Dixxlnoss Torpid Liver Kidney complaints General Debility and Female weaknesses Unequalled as n general T onto and Ap ijetUer for weak persons anti especially fut the aged It induces sound sleep fully guaranteed by Pennys Drug- Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Price only COo What has become of the dime mu seum which used to be filled with such horrible freaks Its placo has been taken by tho dime magazine The monstrosities arc- gall there RejcctcdSuitor may bo poor now but there was a time when I rode my carriage The GirlYes andour mother pushed it p Our view is not our brothers Wo notice as wo drift Whats stinginess in others In us is only thrift NEWS NOTES A number of workemen were burial in the ruins of a Pittsburg building whichcollapsed The wife of Richard Hicks of Cloyds Landing was run over by a loaded wa gon and instantly killed Tho 200dth anniversary of Benjamin Franklins birth is to be elaborately celebrated In Paris April 20 The New York grand jury is to enter upon an investigation of the affairs of the Washington Life Insurance Compa nyEdward Blackburn treasurer of the Wichita Kas Stockyards Co has been arrested on the charge of embez zlement Owing to the continued illness of Attorney General lIadley the Standard Oil hearing in St Louis has been con tinued until April 18 An advance altogether of 25 cents per ton has been made by Southeastern Kentucky coal operators since the be ginning of tho coal strike Henry CundifT and Samuel Elkins engaged in a fist fight at Cane Creek Breathitt county and Cundiff called to his son to get his gun which ho used to fire a bullet into Elkins head Henry Youtsey and Jim Howard in the Frankfort penitentiary for complic- Ity In the murder of Gov Goebel met for the first time within the walls of the prison Sunday and without exchanging a word shook hands Nathaniel Southgato Shalcr a native Kentuckian and for many years dean of the Lawrence Scientific School and professor of geology at Harvard Universi ty died in Cambridge Prof Shaler was an author of note and had held sev eral public positions The trial of tho seven men accused of tho murder of John A Coke near Hud sonvillc was postponed at Hardinsburg because the jailer lost the keys and the prisoners could not bo brought into court The Imprisoned men were fur nished water by means of an Iron pipe While Philip Schneider was plowing on nis farm a few miles south of Ham mond Ind the plow struck several sticks of dynamite buried in the ground and he was fatally injured Both horses were Instantly killed An enemy had placed the dynamite in tho fieldAt Williamstown County Judge W T Simmons met with an accident that will keep him confined to his home for some time He started to his office slipped and foil breaking his right leg lie has been a lifelong cripple and this Is the seconj time his leg has been broken by a fall Jim Brooks an 18year old colored boy was waylaid and shot and instant killed near Manchester while on his way to church by some unknown par ties who were concealed in the bushes near by Green Clark and Jos Walker both Negroes about 21 years old were arrested charged with the murder and lodged in tho Manchester jail The Jefferson county grand jury has returnedan indictment against tho Louisvlllo Packing Company charging it with selling 2600 pounds of hams which were putrid and unfit for foodI Dr S A Rradley city live stock in spector Is making an effort to hart indictments returned against other park ing houses doing business in Louisville The Mt Oliveto market house in Na ples has fallen under its weight of ash es nnd cinders from Vesuvius nnd a number of people wero crushed to death Tho eruptions arc very heavy und it is feared that similar disasters will follow lovebeenseppe The prefect tins suspended the mayor of San Guiseppo because ho abandoned his postduring tho outbredk Suffered for Years with Kidney and Liver Trouble I suffered for live years with kid nay and liver trouble which caused savers pains across tho hack and a blinding headachu I had dyspepsia and was so constipated that I could not move my bowels without a cathartic was cured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and have been well now for six months It says Mr Arthur S Strickland of Chatta nooga Tenn For sale by Dr W N Craig the popular druggist Stan ford An exchange in speaking of a deceased citizen says We knew him as old 10 per centthe more he made tho less ho spentthe more ho got the more ho hes deadwe dont know whero he wentbut if his soul to Heaven was sent hell own the harps nnd charge em rent CORNS CUREDCorn Exit will posi Lively remove corns In four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and wo absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns arc not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect euro is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky I L1L IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES W J Murrell aged 67 is dead at Evans totally helpless for 20 years is dead in Laurel All the coal mines in the Pittsburg district have resumed operation Jacob MeJster a prominent and thrif ty farmer was adjudged insane at Lon donMrs James Ryan who was a daugh ter of R H C Mitchell of the Mitch ellsburg section of Boyle is dead Wlnkfield C Biggerstaff one of the beatknown men in Central Kentucky died at Richmond after a brief illness of Cash has been appointed post master at Ottawa Rock castle county and Norman T Grew at Judson Gar rard county MRS F J Jones of Gum Sulphur spent Sunday with her old friend Mrs Alice Newland of this placerEos Rernstadt Cor London Local The address of Col Robert Evans of Danville a native Pulaskian at tho Elks entertainment here is pronounced one of the most eloquent and beautiful speeches ever delivered In Somerset Somerset Journal Gen Henry T Allen has appointed Ernest T Helm a wellknown young newspaper man of Lexington to a lieu tenancy In the Philippine Constabulary and he will leave In a few days for his new position Mr Helm was born In Lincoln county Roland Osgood aged 70 a prominent lumber dealer of Monticcllo and formerly of Michigan Is mysteriously missing and it is feared he committed suicide by drowning inShe Cumberland river at Mill Springs Parties have been searching the river since Satur day The case of Frank Ball who is charged with having killed Jack Bolin at Middlcsboro is to be called in the Knox Circuit Court at Rarbourville At the present term of court the elec tion bribery cases which involve severalcounty officers will also be stockholders of the Laurel County Fair elected C F Ratcliffe and Geo C Moore directors to succeed W R Ramsey and W A Parsley R M Jackson W A Pugh J T Williams and C M Randall the old directors were retained C M Randall was elected vicepresident to succeed W A Parsley J T Williams was retained president and R M Jackson as general manager The Fair Grounds andappurtenances were leased to E A Chilton of London for 600 for this year and the fair will be held under his management A MIXTURE A little bit of August Andu little dash of snow A wandering southern zephyr And a good old Arctic blow A little bit of music From the robins in the trees A little bit of worry Lest the daring songsters sneeze A little bit of raining And a little bit of sleet A little bit of sunshine That turns out to be n cheat In short it takes a little bit Of nearly everything Thatweather can produce to make A day in early spring Caught Cold Whilo Hunting a Burglar- Mr Wm Thos Lanorgan provincial Constable ut Chijploau On- tarIO says caught a severe cojd while hunting a burglar in the forest swamp last fall Hearing ofChnmber lains Cough Remedy I tried it and after using two small bottles I was completely cured This remedy Is intended especially for coughs land colds It will looseni and rellovo uI severe cold In less tlmo than by any other treatment and is u favorite wherever its superior excellence has become known For salo by Dr W N Craig the popular druggist Stan ford I lovo to cuss The octopus The plutocrats condemn But if I had A chance egad I would be ono of them Great Activity- Is shown without any disagreeable aftereffects by Dr CaldwelPs laxative Syrup Pepsin in going to tho seat of your trouble when you are ir victim of Constipation lllliousnuss Headache Indigestion Dizziness etc It gently but firmly drives out the poisons that lire causing your Illness and braces up all your Internal or gans to do their proper work Try It Sold by Pennys Drug Store Stanford C W Adams Hustonvlllo at 50c and 81 Money Luck If It falls Elephants that had escaped from a circus broke up services In a Cincinnati church u Musical Merchandise BanjosClarionetscordeons Concerlinas Harps Har TalkingMachinesUptoDate Records A 11andMr J B Finley Formerly of Rudolph Wurlitzer Co now with HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville Kentucky BARGAINS I 10 Pound Jar of Heinz Cherry Preseres1 110 10 Pound Jar of Heinz Red Raspberry Preserves 1 GO 10 Pound Jar of Heinz Pine Apple Preserves 1 GO 10 Pound Jar of Heinz Strawberry Preserves 1 60 10 Pound Jar oMIeinz Peach Preserve 1 00 18 Pound Jar of Heinz Apple Butter 1 50 18 Pound Jar of Heinz Mince Meat 2 25 W H HIGGINS CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKYF ATIC At 81250 to insure a living colt Out of a sister to Fire Clay 230 4 colt Trotter Foaled liHXI Bred by Lister Witherspoon Versailles- Staudllrll Electioneer 125 Hamiltonian 10 Arlon 18000 of Arlon Green Mountain Record 2071 jSire Sunol Maid dam of 0 sirs of Itleo t 2031 Palo Alto in 230 2081 Loma 2T 2OSl57others 141 Flanolla and dams of 111 Nutwood 000e213 San rolmo Manctto l10i Elision Dam of Arion 1 Emblem v 1 217 Nanlta 207t Oro Fino 217JCaptIluff 218 etc Hurry Clay 45 others SbnwmutwU Rceord229 andLiam of Sn i fiecord2 Heroine die Mac n 211 t of and damsby Hambletgnian winner of 1003 i of 4 standard 10 1 Ky Futurity performers Cuyler 100 Henrietta Mercedes Emma Arteburn Sister of Fire Dam of Fire 1 fay Mambrlno Clay 2tO Clay 230 grand Pntchen OS dam of Hard otta 2001- OWVHKS STATHMBNT Atlc comes from ono of the stoutest families in tho NIIarrlettaand must bo seen to bo appreciated Our grout young stallion ALMONT WILKES will bo allowed to servo a limited number of approved mures at 81250 This beauty is by Gam belta Wllkcs dam Annie B tho dam of three with records better than 220 Will also stand the splendid jack BEN BRIGHT at J8 to insure a living colt Ho is 4yeursold 15fr hands large bone und grout style McCARTY CO Stanford Ky iMWOtiN1 1MN1N WK1tiNi11r Craigs Heroin CompoundGnti g Heroin Compound a WI1EK BABY FIRST BEGINS TO SNKEKI2 GIVE Cril I Craigs Heroin Compound IT CURES THAT JIOAKSE AND CROUPY WHEEZE c i 1 AND STOPS THAT RATTLING SOUND = i iCRAIGS DR G1ZSTORE j I i I punouiuoQ UOJaJI141JD ptmodnioQ uiojojj B3iuiQ I YOUR WANTSriINDrugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash prices by W B McRoberts DRUGGIST STANFORD lPmtsONAL supervision givcu to till Prescriptions compounded r f The Interior Journal WALTON T T- ETC JUDGE JOHN W HUGHES ot Mercer county Ua candidate to repre sent tho Eighth Congressional district Kentucky In Congress to lion 0 Gilbert subject to the ictlon of the De ocratic party TUB ILLINOIS Legislature met in ex traordinary session to enact a primal y election law tho State supreme court having recently declared unconstituti n al the law passed at the last rcgu lar session Tho law was framed at the instance of Former Gov Yates to further his ambitions to succeed Cullom In the U S Senate It was too raw however and tho supreme court knocked It out Tho Chicago Cronicle is very bitter on Yates who is a peanut politic n with a hankering afternotoriety whit was proven by volunteering as coum for Caleb Powers In a recent pripm y to test the feelings of the votersas o their choice for United States Senator Yates was very completely repudiates NICHOLAS LONGWORTH is to have serious opposition for hie return to Congress by the reform element pf the Republicans and it is very probab e that should Foraker decide to take a hand he can decide the fate of the Presidents soninlaw Theodoe Horstman reform candidate for Mayor some years ago is out against Mr Longworth and two or three other candidates are now talked of despite accounts of Longworths popularity with his constituents Miss HANNAH SiUnrc candidate fo county recorder in Iowa seems to bt worthy both of her name and the office to which she aspires In order to read all tho voters in the short time before the primary she is making speeches for phonograph records These record s in the hands of her campaign mana gers most of whom are women will talk for Miss Sharpe in several differ ent localities No wonder her cam paign is the talk of the section TUB speech made Tuesday by Senator Bailey of Texas is still being talker I of in Washington where it is believe it will go down in history with the greatest oratorical efforts of the past half a century THE Danville Advocate came out Wednesday in a beautiful new dress which fits like Alecs shirt- LANCASTER Aunt Black Suse Gibbs an old slave time Negro woman died Sunday afternoon of consumption- All that portion of ground opposite the station has been sodded by the sec tion hands This is certainly a great improvementA is to be held at the Baptist church in Lancaster Tuesday 17th beginning at 1030 A si Preach ing in the evening at 715 The Schubert Symphony Club will give an entertainment at tho courthouse Monday evening 16th It isgiv en under the auspices of the Uniform Rank Knights of Pythias and is very highly recommended S V Ward bought a cow from Joe Miller for 25 Green Morgan bought four hogs from James Cooley at 5Jc J C Leavell of New York bought house and lot of 6J acres of W H Farr in tho Flatwoods section for 300 W II Furr bought a load of corn from S V Ward at 2The following may be of interest to Lincoln county people as the bride is related there The marriage of Miss Marie Granger Griffin of Lexington to Mr E B Bourland of St Joseph Mo was solemized by Eld J W Mc Garvey at the homo of the bride They will make their home In St Joseph Mo The fiscal court has decided that a sense of the voters shall be taken with regard to issuing bonds to raise funds with which to make the much needed improvements on the courthouse This action is thought to be a good ono as the court house is in much need of repairs and if attended to now will save much expense later on Charles Collier of Memphis is visit ing relatives at this place Mr and Mrs 1IM Ballou have returned from- a few days visit to Stanford Messrs Harry Tomlinson and Will Gregory left a few days since for North Dakota Mrs Nannie Evans Boling of Junction City has returned home after a weeks visit to Mrs Geor o Evans Mrs M L Anderson of Louisville is visiting here Misses Mamie Bastin of Camp bell Hagerman and Miss Ethel Dunn of Midway Institute will spend here Miss Gena Dunlap returned to her homo in Lexington after a few days visit here Mrs West is in Lexington the guest of her daughter at Campbell Hagerman for the Easter holidays- Representative Hopkins of Ken tucky made u reply in the House to the recent of Mr Bennett of New York An unsuccessful attempt r was made to shut off Mr Hopkins by claiming that hislanguage was unpar liamentaryPresident Hampton Moore of the National Republican has is sued the call for biennial conven tion to be held in Philadelphia June 17 18 and 19 1 MATRIMONIAL Reed C Fitzgerald and Miss Perm lia Smith the pretty and popul daughter of Mr and Mrs A W Smith of Danville were married at that place Monday afternoon Mr Jas T Carson formerly of this place was married in Cincinnati a few POPEmIs a sister of Mr T 0 Miller propriet of the Globe Clothing House Danvill Miss Mattie Duncan a school teacher daughter of John Duncan a wel known horseman of Richmond and Fay etto Wilkinson a barber eloped to Jel lico Tenn and were married The couple went for a drive and came to this place where they caught tho train for Tennessee The groom is the oldest son of Mr R B Wilkinson of this place and is a most excellent youi man while his bride is said to be very attractive and accomplished- h A Pineville dispatch says James L Begley and Charles Hilton who recently were paroled from the United States army at Washington D C appeared before Squire Enoch Hoskins here and were married to Bessie Brown and Ethel Roberts respectively Both ladies are from Washington It is claimed that the marriages arenmaway affairs The boys have been in the army for three years and it is reported here that they arranged with the girls to come to Pineville with them and be marric as soon as they were paroled Ono of the most serious comedies ever presented in Fulton says a dispatch occurred Sunday when Esq J T Futrell the local marrying Squire who has married over 200 couples during his two years term of office marI countrjzwere runaway no notice was taken of the names read during the ceremony and not until they had returned home did Futrell discover his error Their names are still unknown to him and though they have been advertised for no trace of then can be found hence their illegal mar riage has riot been corrected- A very pretty home wedding was sol emnized yesterday at 4 p u when Miss Orange Blossom Austin the lovely daughter of Mr and Mrs J D Aus tin of this place and Mr W J Sigler of Kentucky were made man and wife Rev D M Breaker officiating Th reception hall and parlors were taste fully decorated with palms chrysanthemums and roses Promptly at four o clock the bridal couple entered to the strains of the wedding march rendered on the piano by Mrs Dan Hazen and the sweetly solumn ceremony was wit nessed by the relatives and intimat friends of the bride and groom The sweet young bride wore a charmingly tailored goingaway gown of navy cloth over taffeta with a chic French turban to match She carried a shower bou quet of white chrysanthemums and ferns and the only ornament she wore was a beautiful diamond brooch After delicious refreshments Were served Mr and Mrs Sigler left amid a shower of rico and good wishes driving to Plant City where they took the train over the Atlantic Coast Line for Savannah Charleston and Richmond They will return in about two weeks to Carters where Mr Sigler is agent for tho At lantic Coast Line Railway and the Southern Express CoTampa Fla Morning Tribune The groom is a son 1of Mrs M V Sigler of Crab Orchard Here and There Firo at Belle Piaine Kas destroyed d property valued at 200000 James Shipp was given a life sentenc e for killing Joseph Smith at Campbells ville A 5000000 steel plant to employ 5000 men is to be built at Tacoma WashJames A Bailey tho showman die at his home in Mt Vernon N Y of H McGucken was exonerated by the Coroners jury in New Yor of having any connection with th death of Delpnine Love A Standard Oil agent at Middletown Conn was sent to jail for 40 days and fined 25 and costs for Benin dangerous and inferior quality of oil Earl Howard ned son of James Howard undergoing lifo sentence in the Frankfort penitentiary will be educated by Col Lum of Louisville Sunday while J E Sims was taking- a stroll In his woodland near Duncan his dogs treed at tho roots of an stump He tore some of the wood and captured eight possums Harrodsburg Heral- dMiserable Conditions Of body and mind always result from a torpid liver which loads to bile poisons being absorbed Into tho blood and poisoning all tho nerves and tissues This dreadful state some of the symptoms of which aro headache bitter taste nausea lack of appetite yellow complexion constipation etc can be quickly cured by taking Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin- It relieves time strain on yopr liver relaxes tho tightened bowels purifies tho blood strengthens the stomach and makes it as clean as a whistle The result is perfect health amd freedom from pain and discomfort Try It Sold by Pennys Drug Store Stan ford C W Adams Hustonvillo at iOc and81 Money back if it falls lr CHURCH MATTERS Columbia is to haven new Methodist church to cost 7000 Tho second annual meeting of the Association of Kentucky Colleges will be held in Lexington next Saturday Rev J E Wood pastor of tho First Colored Baptist Church of Danville broke all records by baptizing by im mersion G3 converts in 21 minutes Tho union of tho Now Yorkavenue and the Washington Assembly Presby terian churches was ratified at a meeting of tho Presbytery of Washington by a unanimous vote Regular services at the Presbyterian church Sunday at 11 A M and 73u I M Endeavor at 7 p M Evening subjectmDaniel There will bo special services next week beginning Wednesday evening Tho Senate committee on claims has unanimously agreed on a favorable report on Senator McCrearys bill reim bursing Madison in tho sum of 5000 for taxes illegally collected on L N railroad stock Hiport of tilt Condition of The National Bunk of Hustorjvllle- nt lliutonvlllf In tilt State of Kentucky nt tin Nosi of lmM April lust IIKXOUIIO- KSlounnml Discount J lttvst venlrnrt iiuml mid uniecimil Ifla Ilomls toyciiro Imitation Itftv U llankliiK lioiiMfuriilluroiiinl tiiris trt to Duo from National iiUsiiotri serve ugeutsl I hue from MInI Hank A Hunkers III Duo fromiipprovnlnwrvoiiKuntj ts7615 UluuksamlothtTraxh item 76 Note of olhor National Hank atr5I Fractional junior currency nick ols n ml co nt a 1e It Ijiwful Moin y llesvrvu In Hank vii Hpvclo iuauuK- fdempllon iimo l1I fund with tTHTrra- urerO Hrcntof circulation lCi11 I 1117 ill MAIIII1TIKH- Capital folIo k uild In JIIfUlII Surplus fum lOjiuiw Undivided profit led t Snims IIl1dtllXIIII 7615 3S National Hank notes oiit taiullni NMU W Iui to other Nutloiuil IIank lliSI Duo to Mate Hanks Mild Hankers pal Individual dejioiltsiiulijvctcheuk 131175 Liabilities other than those aliovo- statitl rese rvrd for taxui Ml 1 tIOlr Nhdtof Kentucky County of Ilnrolnss IJ W 1Ilkr CIIS ltror IlIIIInlllllttlI- InK do solenttlly swrar that tile 111000 statement true lutlin It of my know edno anil liellef J V HOOKKK Cannier Hubscrlbwl and sworn to IxfonMiiitliU lit of A 1rllIUS1 Ueo1V llunn N My conimlitsioiKtxpIrr February Cornel Attests J W Iowtll r J Rob- Inson and II u KliiB Dlrtctor O W p gMoHO H LWHITESDE S PURITY GUARANTEED Splits Splits SPLITS What Is Splits Find Out Get a bottle of Whites DiamondBrand Splits Made from Kpsoin Water Carbonated Stops the Dope Habit It is easy Try our Diamond Brand Splits Fo rain nt Drug Stores Soda Fountains safes still Saloons Price IOc Per Bottle InchdAntecarlo 22612 raceeMaryAnnproducedThegelding of the world 2nd dam by Inde pendence son of Andrew Jackson Inde pendences data 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 Antecarlos two top crosses are responsible for the fastest gelding two next crosses aru 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 Black Jack with white points 5 years old z5f hands high Fine breeder and great Individual A jack of fine bone and livingWe will jackABRAN byAhranAbran 3rds first dam by Velocipede 2nd byMorengo orbredand makes season money due All will stand al 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- WILJIAM M FIELDS Stanford Ky P I If there is a better line of Ladies Footwear made in America today than the one made by the Moore Schafer Shoe Co and called the Ultra and Brock Port I do not know them They are made in every conceivable last and leather They areas serviceable as ladies shoes can be made 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 3 See them and you will like them Use a pair and youwill want them again H JSTANFORD I n8II a h IMjlinndslilsli 11as tlr l by Nnpolvon iluul Itv Illnc WilD wimn Ion of HtlRiill tain III Ittr lllIck Hawk II dam by Uur Wcxil WlllMjrvBmimtnt 110 to Insure II living colt Trading file ninro forfcltn tilt liitunmcv Noivipomlblllty for nccldnU- Htunfonl Ky A SSurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRobcrU Drug Store in time Owslcy Building Two Farms For Sale I with to 11 privately tuy farm of nn- acreb mlli Wvit uffaucnater un tilt Len Intlton pike It Is well ImprovtM nntl hn of wntir and tliiilwr fencitl of im ncrrtt lying nililway Ntwwn Ijincnutir and IxIllRton plkfit ioo l outlet inch Writ fciirttl TVmi rviiMJimlilU TIHKhKINd Marktbury Ky Old Crab Orchard Dlstllliry Whisky Direct from Dlitlllerr Anyciusnllty not tie Juror Iltrrel 12 126013 ll1 Order br mitt promptly ihlppca OLD ORAn OKOIIAKD JllBTILLKItV CO Opposite Depot Crab Orchard Ky Waynesburg Marble and Gran Its Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Denier In anil Manufacturer of Granite Marble worksrMorris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard Ky Wo are pruunrrd to wrltu Iniurnncv rLife Accident Fire or Tornado Anti solicit the ImdncM of tint cltltcn of the Knit End Nunn hut tho bout coin pun 118 Oflico with Crab Orchard Dunking Co have n talk with usleforupluctngyour in lurnnco of Wit your property with Us and we 1l1tf- or you charging you only a smell per cent Dy Nabob and a much finer borsethauhlsalresowellknown- in thli part of the Butte as a breeder of style and durability Jam Nora valbvNovnl2t14 a on ot 1S3 Nora Norval I first dam by Metropoll of Ilamblotonlan 10 sire of Whiles and Electioneer ad dam by brlno Starlight 3rd dam by Oliver 4th by Wagneri 6th dam by Trnnbvi dam by Thornton Battler A splendid In dividual with a pedigree as One as any horses Stand high and 1200 pounds Will make the sea son at K O 1ettu near rreacliortvllle s f3 80 to Insure a living colt Money due when marn Is traded or parted with or bred to another horse The black JacK J K BAUGHMAN r by Tarktnetoni Napoleon will make the season at the same place ut liD to Insure a living colt He Is 16 AK high and bat proven a good breeder Mares grazed at 1350 per month which In all cases must paid before they are re taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur JMR 0 PETTU8 Freachenvllle Ky Ultra andr Brock McROBBRTS KENTUCKY NAPOLEON IlMnikJiHk PRICE llllIlloulllllnIIIII1I1OO1ItpIlrAIIIO Monuments rCINIOlllcdI NABOTH Port trevery want in Paints Varnishes Colors Lead end Oil Brushes Etc I I v Come in and see us Let us I pticfngSHERWIN I PAINT WILUAMS The best value in paint world Ithe t SOLD 6Y I PENNYS DRUG STORE L aIttaaJ Can and get one of these If not satisfactory return it and get your mon back Good for roast turkey ham etc Works on top of stove ns well in oven GEORGE FARRIS F Stanford Kentucky BuYuGardentTools Plow Gear Poultry Netting Screen Wire Cloth Screen Doors Hardware Cuttlery Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits cJat bottom prices George D Hopper Stanford Kyy k 5i SEVERANCE STANFORD KENTUCKY I7TAJFOl10 KY Aimr 11 1900 F RUSSIAN Corn Curu rcmovoa corns Ini four days lOc Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS MRS Lizzm ImlOnlinU81ory HI MRS J R NUNNPLLBY is back from a Alait to friends at Richmond MISS SUSIE Gooni of Richmond was tho guest of Mrs George Ealy t MIJJ W WoimiiAM ofCorbln visited hir parents Mr and Mrs J F Go Yolr Miss ANNUl TIIOMPION of MU Vcr nonjls the gunat of MlM Sara Bauglv man REV J W HACIN anti family or Covington were guests nt Mr John Ft Cn ha AUCB Sworn of Henderson k Mrs Mary Bryan who PrMltsAND MRS C C Goocilof Way ne burg were callers at this office Tuesday MESDAMUS R G COUJBR and J R Chas of Brodhead were hero shopping Tuesday MRS M 0 WINFREY of Middlcsbo r ro Glasgow was on Wednesdays train bound foi M I88H3 SARA DUNN and Amanda Stone are visiting Mrs S M Logan al Wilmorc REV B C HORTON of Mlllcnburg came over yesterday to vtolthis mother Mn N J Horton MRS M K FISH has gone to Crnli Orchard to reside much to the regret of her many friends here MR C C MeCLURB orders his paper changed from london to Paint Lick to which place ho has moved MESSRS J BOYLE STONE J C Cou- lter Dink Wilkinson P W Whipp W T Earlcs anti others of Casey county were hero yesterday MRS J II DURHAM and children have returned to their homo at Bry anUvillo after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Harry D Aldridgc Tile many friends of County Attor nitf W S Burch Arc glad to Ice him L out again Ho was on the street yes terday tho first time since last Decem ber MRS BROOKS and daughter Mis Mollio Brooks who havo silent the winter with Mr J R Brooks at Cnrtcrsvillo Ga passed up to Crab Orchard yesterday MR J E FARKIS looking splendidly arrived from Orlando Fla nt his home in Danville Tuesday afternoon Ills wife will come later They spent tho winter in the South MR HARRY JACOHS the Waynes burg monument man was hero yeller day doing soma work nt tho comotory Ho was accompanied by Mr It D Pad get who travels for himIMiss ROSE SANDIDGB of Huitonvillo I arrived today to be the guest of Miss Louisa Sims Mr Charles Crow of Lincoln county has accepted a position with Woodson 8 Sauce Advocate lIt AND MRS JOB E CLAUNCII of Somerset are expected tomorrow to ho with Mr and Mrs W Logan Wood The Misses Wood of Stanford were in this shy Monday Danville News Miss MAl NBWLAND who has been l with the local telephone exchange for somo time resigned last week and will go to her homo in Stanford for n rest Her many friends will be sorry to learn of her golngAdvocnte- HonlnT C SAUFLEY In Louisville taking the Stato Board of Pharmacy examination Mrs B J Bethurum has joined her husband hero drownW Jboard with and Mrs fillSomerset Journal on nurvuy o MR W P BRADSHAW State organ zer of the Kentucky Merchants Protective Association Inan associationweek organizing nd Messrs CG and rotallers E C Marshall will bo the local secretaries Frank fort Journal Mns WnJlAM VMtREN received n I telegram from Mrs William Cunning Now York asking her to Story Washington to the meeting of tocomo National or the Daughters the second American Uevolution and of tho Lindsay Mrs William the will be before thebaiae sa candidate name forput general of thehonorary vice president United LOCALS HkoV laugh and this overlooked by the Schubert fact Is not Club Severn numbers on Symphony all their enILJ well liS their cores program or run and you will be highly entertained by their program at Opera House on or theauspicesof AprI11lth Graded t tc l SILKSTliiB queen of drew fabrics is very popular this tenson and the variety of weave tutu colons in much larger than ever White Ilnhutni Silks HIinchnt 23c J7inoli nt JOc J1Iinchlit GOO and RiieIThirtysix inch Tutfeta in Illack and colors nt 81 Nineteen inch Radium Silk nil colors nt 85u Twentyfovon inch Tnlllitn nil shaded changeable rtnd cli okB at 81 Our Kjxfinl is nil shades and changeable color in 19inch TflfTotii Silk regular 7Bc uality at 5ic All Silk Penn dc Cropo li1incli black and white wnshablo nt 81 SON FRESH fish Saturday George 111 Farris Two hundred locust posts for sale E G Ulckley Stanford TIIUHK arc only severn prisoners I- njalltbo smallest number in years WOODH Stock Poultry Food Best on the market at George D Hop Pers LACK curtains window shades cur win stretchers wall paper Tribble Pence Tnmiiu PRNCB tho furniture men havo just received a handsome delivery wagon InoN fence cheaper than wood Now Is the time to order A C Sine Agt Stanford 2t Low rates over tho L N to Lex ington on April 23 to May on account of the Spring races FOR RKNT Tho storeroom on Lan caster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office IT will pay you to got our prices on seeds and fertilizer before buying U I West Co Junction City Ky TilE Ladles Aid Society of the Pre bytcrian church will meet with Mrs W II Higgins this afternoon at 230 oclock Ion SALE on RrNTDr J K Van Aredales residence Possession give at once Apply to L K Hughes Stan ford Ky RAIIII DINGIIAM will hold the board at Maccabco Hall Junction City o May 5th tho proceeds to go to th Methodist churchIMils G U PRUITT the Mercian Milliner will have her opening or Spring and Summer hats bonnets etc on Saturday next 14 THE L N will anexcursion to Louisville next Sunday for 175 the roundtrip Train will leave depot here at 615 AI Returning it will lean Louisville at 615 r IP you want to rid yourself of tha tired fooling try Whites Concen tratcd Crab Orchard Water It will do the workor sale by W H McRob erts G L Penny W N Craig Stan ford and C W Adams Huatonvllle A DISPATCH from London says it is believed by the family of tho young man that Fred Newland who mysteri ously disappeared from Gadsden Ala en March 19 has gone to Panama They are in possession of facts indicat ing that ho has gone there MlDKirrMr Samuel L MidkifF who lived hero until some 15 years ago died ut Richmond Tuesday He was about 55 years old and n splendid citi zen Mr MidkilT was a great admirer of Rev George 0 Barnes and n follow er of his faith euro doctrineI Goon HEMP BREAKERS Ernest Dry ant Ike Hays and James Stokes all colored are the boss hemp breakers In one day they broke 1015 pounds for J Eads Sons Bryant lead tho others breaking 3SO pounds lie re ceived 475 for his days work TOMMY PUIICELL tho young Ameri can violin virtuoso will be heard with the Schubert Co on April 14 Close ap plication to study under the best Amcr can and foreign masters coupled with raro natural talent has enabled him at an early age to win a place among the foremost artists on this acknowledged king of Instruments At Waltons Opera Houso Saturday night HANDSOME MONUMENTThq con tract for the erection of n handsome monument to tho memory of tho late Col William G Welch of Stanford has been awarded to Mr J E Wright tho popular granite man of Danville The monument is in the form of a shaft 23 foot high and weighs 25 tons It is mado of gray Barree granite and will bo ono of tio handsomest in Central Kentucky Tile prosecutions against the team stera of Casey county who were before court for damaging tho turnpikes by unusual Use in hauling timber etc were compromised in Judge Warrens court yesterday by each of tho teamsters agreeing to haul a rod of gravel on the road The summonses against the corporations wero quashed on account irregularity of service The other teamsters can avoid prosecution by making a similar agreement 111 FINE Summer weather this FRESH andtomatoes Saturday Mrs W S Jones Tim Lancaster Records Easter cdi Lion is a thing of beauty JUST in fresh supply of International Stock Food E T Pence Jon SAlICleanstyoek dry goods and groceries This ofllce JUST received czarofAmerican j Field Fence George II Farris Bra line of buggy harness just opened See it J C McClary ALL kinds of plants lettuce rod dishes etc for sale Ed Hubbard iftheyneejPence FRANCIS DF1xsoNhas been up pointed postmaster at Krieger this county 1Fon good disc harrow single or double corn planter get my prices T D Newland BrAn in mind that tomorrow Satyr day is horso show day at Hustonvillc A big crowd will be on hand PERSONS wishing monuments clean l or inscriptions cut will please notif me I will be at Stanford about May 1st Harry Jacobs Waynesburg MR J C BISHOP an experienced druggist of Versailles has charge oC the drug department of my store Give us a call J II Dunn Paint Lick THE Central Kentucky Medical As sedation will meet at Waltons Opera House Thursday next 19th at 1030 A An interesting program has been prepared r THE Ice wagons will begin to mak their rounds Monday next 16th If you want to begin taking ice please phono No 14 Stanford Water Light Ice CoSAXMINSTKR Velvet Tapestry Jute maltingstdow shades and all kinds of furniture Tribbte Pence WE have several hundred bushels of extra nice millet seed have had them rightWriteII Baughman Co x JONES LocATEDMr Chess C Jones of Casey reported in our last issue as IndianapoUsformer Casey county man His broth er Mr Q C Jones has gone for him GEUHAUSERAlrs Gerhauser wife ShelbyCitydays since and was in BulTnloI Besides tho little children are left to feel the loss of an excellent mother MR W K SIIUGARS who married Miss Lillian Tanner of McKinney is doing a splendid business with his recentlyhadnow known as the Shugars Drug Co raduallyincreased performance OperaHousetist ladies who played the company ore a considerable sum to the good The entertainment was hardly up to what was expected prongand see tho quartettes and comic and serious etc that you can hear by going to Waltons Opera Houso Saturday night April 14 and will want to go to hear them Yield to the and verily you shall not be disappointed Seats on sale at W B drug store All those who have signed for tickets will please call progmmIsto ono and especially to lovers music Prices 60 and 75c Rev J L Brooks a Methodist mister of Washington D C was ordered by highwaymen nt Dallas Texas to hold hands lIe knocked one of them down and put the other to light A special grand jury has been ordered to meet in Newport next Wednesday to investigate charges of corruption in tho Campbell county juries Dowio was stricken hi his room in Chicago after a strenuous day lIe refused medical aid and appealed for divine assistance George E Land aged 60 and Miss Nolla Anderson 19 were married at Harrodsburg Frank Pierce is a candidate for county clerk of Garrard It Is Womans Right to hoiifo dean and the only thing for the men to do is to gdout We have nil the pretty thin e for beautifying the home Hoc us 1r Carpets Matting Oil Cloths Linolwns Rugs bliadcs Lace Curtain Swiss Cur mini Curtain Poles Art Squares Ac Special Attraction in Carpet Department Six Beautiful Axiniutcr Art Squares size 9x12 feet These are fine goods and exquisite patterns This is an age of huge and Art Squares and you should see this I IThe Wild Man of Borneo This line thornuitlitirvil horw wbo nnin iiilKiioniur fur a Ir entlor lIrr liorso nvvur wore ImrniMH will prrmlUw to 11111111 devoirs to fnimlt of t RPIIU for tin lo mint n HvliiK molt Ilicit liitvl Jr rlt Ihivln 3nl slro nnnll Thollllon or Ilrcr who imiU ids uwiirr JiulK MrCiinn IUNJIU Tlili Inform lUtm from llio cplolirutotl turf nUlIIGolJWf A Miroor county mm nhy that old Irlt Imvl Will th IIn bom vrvrnilMMl In Mrrrvr county Ills dRill win the etilclircited trotting iiiurM Mnrle An tolnottf owned iiy lion W Ii Mlllur wlier hi was county nllornuy Th Himijllo nt the Kiniifily Ikirouy tlirw alter fron Onlh Unhunl tin IjiiicimUr pike Till dock or horwi n iulr i no tirrdktnK Aim tlii Volcmioilc Martine will bontlir Minif ningnlllcfnt fnrin nt the innn lon In tilt Forest hut will not heixTnilttnlnvei to snort volonnlf llrt ncniinlln1 alit of TOil for lf U bunln Ills ii the Wilt ZllIgUlloullrlulhllnwr pcrldss IIU ty Th Vllil Alan or Ilnnifo Is n iHautllu liny with two white hind Ice- lWlcunod0 Murtlnlciue tll n raven billet with four whltn hll8klnl unIt U nerhupi tnmod Imnutlful hors In Lincoln county KOSTAISK Fox llnnniTT I HThe nmpnlllcvnt Hliorthom tlii Duke of UrnliOrcluirdroiUu that 1111 Mirtii lino tlmt he too will found urnr luglnldsIIisreutoI the moue form Dnll will comply with any domnniU iiiiiilu upon his royal bovine tlon feo no11111TtttKFNNraY Hiiiort of ho Condition of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK lit Stanford In the Htnto of KcntuokaUli tlo e of IIUI bnrlnrstprllitnl Loan nnd Dloroiintt JJIJJ OvttrdmftiiMiumlniid limitcured PI5I II- IlII HomU to Manure ilrculntloii- rriiiiltiinii ttaon U H Ixmili wItrM Iromissrcurttlus0le 0 Ihi nklng IIOUM furniture itiul fix ture 1IIt Other ttnI tNhitt ownetl Jm Duifroiii Xiitloniitiinknotri Mr1ungenlst a 4121 hut front Htnto Hjinkmt Hanker lIItlOI Iuefront npproviHl iwervvngtmtR Jifins II Checka and oUr cllih llnnu 1219 2iot i of other Natloiuil Ilk Yr91 Kractloiiiil HIMT currency nick 1111111 cfiitK 211- 1Ijiwful Motuy lUMrvo In Hank vial HHH h JDW775 rtIlItIIIr lIot MfrHU 1IW7l- Utliinptlon nml with VH Trrn unr IS IXTCI of circulation rni 1IAIII1ITIK4 11 n Ciiiltult t KikHill III roar surplus fund lentUlllllVllllHl lirOlltH opl1sosl- aud to osluthi fllHO Natloiuil lUink notes outHtiindlni ta3u UI nut to otlmrXIIUolwIUnuk Jnut to Htnti llaiiku uml Unnkcrs Ydtl Si Inillvldunlili KU tibict check 165711 Stili1 41 Htnteof Kentucky County t f Lincoln s I John J MclloliertiCnahlorof the nave named lunik tlo KOlemnly HWear that the alxive tatt nient true lo till It of my knowledge and Ixlle- fJons JMoHoiiKltTi ashler- KuUocrllicd nntl worn tn lioforu me thin Utli day or prlIlIl Correct Attest J iiIINkerH7thorn- nud JM IVttnn Dlrvcl- onASHLAND BROOK No II7MI Vol iTt T II It bad by Kuitene Uuck er orgt town Ky Anhlantl llrook was folded UK solid tiny with tuft hind root white stands i bonds high IHDIOKKB Hired by Mllent llrook No record SUttU the ulro of MarKiirel liathKiitrX1 Mettle Brook i3l rtll dv lti lllirook i17 Jennie llrook Ol tntKlllott Hlone JUS Lady Itrook d la mad llunnlnK amok Y8 sliest nook lretl ilnrkaf JiM the slnof Hearch light ruit ilrUhtllKht 2lt and Valpn Zswi Durknlglit lnd by AlcioiiB No record t1 Aililnnil Ilrooksst until Hnnn Wren by Anhtniul lIk2II record rIT- the lreof John HJItMitry Jt Hally Tu ler inn sired by ited- VllkosIItt y Horlt n Vllkes second dumHlde Lilly by 1nUiulor lltinl tlani h Jim Monroe M- RNoTRAsI1ii11ut llrook Ins bnndsoino fel low with lots of mbstnnce hum bald way or Koluit with lotsufspeed styli ami action This colt should ulro Louie very hlKhclam liorsos A hland llrook will serwMifow out sidu inarc tills reason at 115 to Insure a llv luIcolt1IHnlsostnntltbegroat mule and Jennet lack Hilly Keone nt for nines and 170 to Insure a living colt Hilly bittheIrillco tilt sin or JOt nolbt Hilly Keeno tamU full hands blnck with white taints nml an breeder U as undo or Jennet jack his colts alwaynbrliiKlnutho hlche st prices Mans trnded or broil eUewhero for flM the liuuranct anil money becomev due nt tho tltiie of such transaction KING EAGLE NoJ5VU- Vol A 4411 It King Knglo U liand hlKh dunk bay with howl ng innne and tall t00r ell tho gaits with plenty of upeetl style Ind net Toil Hlred by Royal King KM h- eIypu7Imeho by IIl0nlwlIlI Jocksob 7 lloyal iliiiu Mollio Mounts noted ulro CablwIIM lxiftsi was bv tho Klntt RttI lou lIt dam Hip Sifu KlugEalelurris3 ith Ill lit by Jim hell thoroiiRhliredi NOTKKIIIK liacoinblnnl htalllon u breeder of lino colored and high colts all having of sire and action hU colts will showyfor themselves King 11110 will mute tho present Maion of HIM at our stable two nml one miles west of on the Bholby City pike at the low cult1iI Jim Keene Hired by the First dam by the John WclUwconi dniuliy Keeno Is hands high muloJackhoKail for 1111 Jim no Iin to insurer living colt For further cnll nil or eddrees NT IlaitltlHt WHIT wOOnH Phone 7lung 8 Htnnford Ky Copyright 1906 by Hart Schaffner W Marx CAST YOUR EYES Over the Remarkable Collection of Jaunty Clever Spring Suit Styles We are now exhibiting and you will find not only the particular new style and color most becoming to you but priceWell5 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 i1 + IIII 1111111 IIIIII 0I H 1111 I I II LOOK LOOK1 t y tJ iLawns Mulls Silk Tissues Organ- dies i rDimities Etc We have a large i assortment of the above now ready- All patterns and all prices Also a I large new assortment of VaL Meck lin and German VaL Laces Call and see themli t LMHUEYcoDry I 5 and 10 Cent Ware+ Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY tt IIIIII IIIII tt IflllItII 0 t IThe Interior Journal Xnlered in the PottOffiee at Startford II- wrndclau matter- 7C9LIeUKD TUESDAYS AND FIUDA1 AT JOO PER YEAR CAST WWhen not sapald ttOQ will be charged I Strawberry Plants FarSalve Itmvethn following viirtetles of Htrn TetryPlnnteforanlo llaverlaud Bubac tRudY Jessie Ulen Mnry Hrandywlno un thcr varieties Mo per 100 per 1AW 1 a lee hnvflS or dozen pigeons thnt I will iflltlHiipir nil lire taken J L JOHMSO Yingsvllle Ky INSURANCE Pare Lightning WindStorm Ufe and Accident None but tllD 8TnOnG ST and JEST Companies lleprciented LowestPoi ruble Rates il Loss Paying Ue nllUnequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 8J 35 Farm Mules For Sale All brake and native bad YMI can SM them by calling 01 Ise I G Fox Llvtry Food J Salt Stable Danville Ky B DCARTERSucc- e8Sor to Bruce sir Carter livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your is solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pens In Connection New Hustonville Firm r bought of McCormack t IVncock Sheir GrocerlslIallareletc we solicit n share of the patronage no est find pea sle We also IIBVB connection a will Meat Market and Lunch Counter We Buy good butcher stuff at highest market arice and having a splendid input putter wo nnlfnrnlsh you with the best Ml kind of country produce MM BISHOP d LIPPw Hu tonvllleKy Give Me Your Order 1 Can Please You rI Why buyrendymndeclothing when there aoilttle dllTeruncu of high- iradereadyInndesultand a suit made to roar nn experienced oallor I have a hand onw tine of Fall Winter goods I can maku from u low price Business suit to the flnfit dress suit Also Overcoats trousers and fancy vests The company I repressor Isono of the last H O RUPLEY the Tailor Ja91 Traylort DSALia ffiisKii Brandy Wines Beer Gloars Etc KYDIDPtosntonl polite attention Nothing Ilhe bee tofclnk Mall pbon cr teleenpt orJtrt receive 2roalattetiOn Attention Farmers I 1 Lave just received a car load or 50 tons of The Old Homestead Fer tilizer It lute a worldwide reputation is un excelled as a crop producer It tolls en its merits For time lands sake vivo it a trial E W CiiKiiaiTox KingsvilloKy e tCeaT y I Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnesaSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 167 Rome Phone 39 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm wa Also DenIers in Fur Mture MattingsHugs They sill exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY C t FARMERS DEPARTMENT At a sale in Fayette county corn sold at 230 at the crib MISpoonamoreTwo heavy work horses for sale W W White MorelandCThe good twoyearold Horace E changed hands at Memphis for 1751 C 8 Brent S Bro bought of James E Clay 80000 557 Ellis per 112 p undsIEversole a pair of black mare mules for 300London Local Thirtyfour short yearling mules for sale mostly mares Call on or writeIC T Bohon Lebanon Ky I S Tevis of Shelby City Dr J I Higgins of Jefferson City Tenn a fine black jack for 1250 News M J Farris sold to Simon Weil 300 slop cattle average weight 921 Pounds at 4Jc making a total of 16883Ai vocate The Edwin L miles farm of 1100 acres near New Hope Nelson county sold for 40000 It is splendidly in proved J H McIIargue sold to R L Berry his farm near Hustonville at 5160 Mr Berry is a soninlaw of Mr A M Feland Fort SALE1200 or 1500 tobacc sticks at 30c per 100 and a righthan McCormack binder B T Lunsford Prcachersville The two days solo of shorthorns by C R Steele Ireton la resulted in the disposal of 108 head for 13707 an average of 126 A pig weighing about 50 pounds came to my place in February Owner cat get him by paying for this notice and Its keep J N Vanhook Saufley ESTUAY A black hog weighinj about 75 pounds came to my place in October Owner can get him by paying for this notice and his keep August Fischer near Junction City Four hundred Shelby county farmer met at Shelbyville and took preliminary steps looking to the organization of the entire White Burley district anc pooling of the tobacco crop in order tc ombat the competition of the Trust Officers were elected and delegates were selected to attend the State meet ng at Greenville April 1314 Only four horses started in the Cumberland Derby at Nashville and Minnie Adams owned by Fred Cook won easily The distance one mile and an eighth was covered in 155 Debar was second Hollomas third Kercheval a close second in the betting ran unplac ed In the getaway all save Minnie Adams became entangled in the rubber arrierGUARANTEED BY G L PENNY A Simple Way to Cure Catarrh by Hyomei Without Stom ach Dosing It is the height of folly to dose the fomaeh with internal medicines to cure nasal catarrh It cannot lx ured except the catarrhal germs that Ire present in the nose throat and lungs have first been killed Direct local treatment by breathing lyomol through the pocket inhaler hat comos with every outfit is abso utely necessary to kill tho catarrhal forms and prevent their growth and ormation v The soothing air of Hyomol heals the smarting and raw inonibruncfi of he air passages in the noso throat sad lungs Kills oft tho catarrhal terms and rids the system of the last races of catarrh The Complete IJyomol outfit consists of a hard rubber inhaler which can bo carried in tho purse orvest pocket a medicIne dropper and a bottle of Hy inci and costs only 81 while oxtra ottlos can be oUtaincd for 60c thus taking It the most economical treat tent for the cure of oatarrh as well as tho most sellable Penny positively guarantees a arc when Hyomol Is used In accordance with lice simple directions on tho package or ho will refund the money This rtainly shows his faith and belief in lie virtues of flyomul John Alexander Dowics lawyer said in Chicago that a movement was on foot- for the settlement of the differences between Dowie and the Zionists by arbi ration Nervous School Children Statistics gathered by various chool Hoards show that a largo ercentago of school children suffer fOm different forms of nervousness mUd or exaggerated Seine showed a ndcncy to melancholy others mental egression und many tho nervous vitchiugs of mild chorea or St Itus dunce Most of theso troubles fOCleljnlversal childrens medluinc be cause if good food is eaten it Insures that the food is properly digested and indigestion and nerve poisons properly thrown out It is pleasant to take and safe and suro in esults Try it Sold by Pennys Drug Store Stanford C W Adams tistonvillo at 50c and 91 Money hack if it falls Tea was cultivated in China 2700 ears before the Christian era f No Quarter The evils which always follow ufter indigestion biliousness or constlp tlon will give no quarter Better tilth them to a finish with Dr Caldwell laxative Syrup Pepsin It is n weapon against these dangero diseases which will give you quick relief and permanent euro Sold by Pennys Drug S oro Stanford C W Adams Hustonvillo at 50c and el Money back if it falls A party of 20 Parkersburg W Vi capitalists aro en route for the Grcen river in Kentucky to Inspect coal lands and upon their visit it Is said a 1500000 hinges The Mississippi river at Memphis is above the danger line and both Nor and South Memphis are under water Only one in over 11000 live to celebrate their diamond wedding GALTON 12910 Sired by QambetU Wilkes ZtlOJf with 101 with records from 2 to 2 30 claimed to be the greatest sire In the world 1st dam Daisy Field cramlam of 3 wit records from 2 13K ta 2 IT by EoOeld 820 lire of In 3 30 and dams Of 60 In 2 30 or better Sod dam Quickstep by KentucV Prince Jr lire of J Q 2171 Lemonade I 27U and the dams of IS Intba 3 30 Hit Srd Jura by Old Joe sire of the damn of J Q I Kfc Gallon carries tho blood of four leadln Families Hambletoolao Wilkes Mambr Brlno Ohlot and Seoleya American Star Dalton is a dark bay 15 2r bands breeds large One style action and Only of his colts have been handled for speed a ihort time ODe took a mark of 2 29 the oh- er Ova worked trials from SIS to 2 30 olu bare gono against and defeated tbo cat In lho harness daises and ronditi rIngs one of his colts having won ai75 pre alum at the Uuitonvllln fair over time bes Comment Is unnecessary as ho Is so ell nuwn haYIng made all of his seasons my place 13 In all Gallon will stand at my table 2 mllel rest of flmtonTlllo on Ilradfordsvllle plki at 110 to Insure a living colt Money due If nare Is traded after being bred Grass after May 1st at 250 per mouth Phone In residence W M DODD nustonvllle Ky Report of the Condition of INCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL MANN lit the Htato of Kenlilok MtllllronliKIII April livid HKSOUHCKS lonn and Discounts t 1W8IS IS Ivenlrnftseeguretiundunsecured 131U t U H kinds to wear cIrculation rV 00 tanking house furniture und fix turns aw IJ- JDue from National Ilaiikntnotr- sorvongents GI m- Uuo from Htntu Thinks A Rankers Al Uueo from approved reserve agentii W737 III hocks nl Items 4ij H fotes of other National llnnks nnI riictlaniiliMi per currency nlcki ls and cents 1001 Awful Money Hiserve In Hunk vlt HMcle lllno in cgaltehIrrnalr SIHMO 110 IJJ with ITH Tran- sunr15rrctof circulation 8fl o 10 Li0il 01 LtAtlltITIKH capital Htock Todd In t OIJa 01 fund ISJIIIII nulvlded prollts less VXIHIIMH and titxe lucid O datlonnl Hunk notesoutntnndlnit wrnlo Uu to other Nut Ilniiks 5 SI Ui nudBankers 11 idtvlUuiil deposits sub Jict to check S3 1101 lrvllul 01 Ktntcof Kentucky County of Lincoln I VM Hrl8htCii hlerof tlionlKivennini hUllk clo solemnly swear tint the ahoy nteinent Intruu tn the Iwst or y know Igulaud twltvf W M Illuunrbnchler- Hulicrllsd niul sworn to Ixforo me thl8 lItb day of Apr J J Mvllnlivrts NI Correct Attest II Hlmnki J H 1lIx- ton nnd W Walker Director DARE ALL 2O86 The combined stallion will make a limit ed season 1906 at Lawn Mere Stock Tarn z Ji miles west of Hustonvitle Ky on he radfordsvillo tt Hustonville pike near arpeniers s Station at 515 to Insure a Liv Colt Mares traded or parted with for fells insurance and money bepomes duo a1 meal such transaction Lien retained on colt till season is paid Mares grazed at 2So a month Grain fed if desired at reasonable rates Hills must be paid before removal of mares Mares entrusts will receive my personal attention but will not be responsible for accidents or stapesDkbcatrtIONFoalcd in 1902 z5 f hands ieh dark bay vvjth one front and real foot white tar A model of groat beauty wilh short Back long neck deepwell shoulders and with great style as- ODe would expect from reading hi pedigree Good bone fine feet and legs wonderful stamina Attractive by hallur under saddle and in harness with that graceful movement that belongs to him- by inheritance from a long line the most famous ancestry of saddle horses Ibl world has ever produced IEDionEB DareNo 1985 Vol 5 A S H H he by Chester Dare to be by Black Squirrel 58 he by Wack Eagle 74 he by King William he by Washington Denmark 61 he by Gaines Denmark 61 he by Denmark FS- Isl dam Fannie Me 2739 by Red Squirrel 53 and dam Mollie Good by King William 67 3rd dam by Devenports Olivnr Th Dignitys 1St dam by Welchmont 6367 A I11 R be by William Welch he by Kysdiks Hamblelonian 2nd dam by bdallah Messenger 3rd dam by Gills VcrmonlHkMAltKSln offering the services Dare All to the public take occasion to- slale without presumption that I have been a breeder and of fancy s1d- die horses for 25 years and experience has taught me to know and appreciate a high class one Dare All is the result of careful linstaking breeding and comes as natural result of mating Iht very best mates with- the foremost stallions the Stale has afforded Carrying about 25 per cent of King rilliam blood a greater per cent than- any stallion in service in the State King illiam being regarded as preemi nenl for fancy saddle and harness horses Dare All sired by the now coming famous ignlty Dare he in turn by Chester Dare following a long list of sires everyone greal show horse outof mares that were ually as famous as show mares and his- dam Fannie Me the greatest show mare I tier owned having refused 81000 for- her I think entitles to tho careful con jeration of all prospective breeders He is now just being started to the saddle laking to tho gaits as quick and handy as- any I ever handled I think he will be grand show horse when finished See him before booking your mares C C CARPENTER loncjin residence Hustonville Exchange io iL A K BALSAMInas I I PromotM uurlnt tnnUk I Tails to Bntor Or roulhfuVoidOwe I LOOK I Dont laity your oring and Hummer hut until you se my of millinery Hood stylesPrtceatlioin Mn Joxiw AMIKIMON Ireacheravlllv Ky HAVE YOUR Colts castrated by T P GrossICrnb Orchard Ky the well known cas trator of horses and horse doctor Phono tn Residence HUMMER JR Day italllon 1JJ hands a pood Indtrldu with abundant ipoed lie Ilutnme 0112 sire of llouaer 2i09 IIta112ItH 2In X Quickly 2HH bloc- talneerYil51Spxedon2i103 In Sis hummer 6112 is a sun of life reuowni Electioneer and save one Is the only IOn of Electioneer living that It out of a Oeorf Wilkes mare and with the exception ot Arlon Is the only son standing In KeutacV that has a JiOt performer to his cicdl Hummer Jridam tiulma by the gin Lord Russell dam GodIva by Auditor ar HAPSBURG 509 Orent coach u nlllon 161 hands high Imp Gloater and out of a mare by Wondei fut hay Any one wishing a red poach to breed on standard bred man for getting style speed and action should see this hon- eJESSE ALVERSON Shetland Pony Kino Individual rood breeder style and action All of these homes will stand at f to It sure a living colt Will also stand my two Jacks At SID toll sure mares and lID br the seasor trom April I ta July for Jeonets Mares trued at 82 60 per month which In all cues must be paid before they are removed Oare taken to prevent accident but not responsible should any occu Mares traded or parted with makes 10aln money due J K DAUOUMAN Huntoovllle Kr m ELECTION NOTICE I Regular term of the Lincoln county coo held lor mild count youllielJttiiliiy or Jlrtrv h 115 Prisent ItO Wurrvn judge Wndo lorkI1l8n W Ilronuimli W Mi son Morris Josh Wllm ii niul nanny ollllr HtUloneis to istnllsh u Inulixl Commc school Distric- tItnppsringtolhecourt lint n IwtltlunlKnetl by Vnde I W llruimua w Mason Morris Josh VIIon J U Ic Whorter L hall W J Kdinltton KtoMM 1hllllpi J A Dollord 1W Moorvd It IliirrU A TlIdllltolllJ Ullllllilin and 15nnuy ohtr legal voters niul tiiximycri of justice dl trlot No iot IJnroln county KVWIIK lilt with und beforu the Jinluo of the Ilncol counts court lit the regular terur UIII or it Lincoln county court luklnu that u rominon sohool UUtrlct orKmilnil lIh Its Ixmndiiry in follows lleRliinlnic on A NH RiU10fe South of inlleM t L where lint Utwivn Win Mink nnd till Oui limn hrireoroastscord rullrond thiiutt wit this laiio to thu Mt Vernon raid then with the Mt Vernon rail to where line In I wtMii IL I Lucas and K J hb1 watts 10 slid road tluiicv with their line to thin o IMT Oretk road thtnco with Copper Crtvk of his Sliver tlUinf with the meander of sit river to w lelt UII II lie Iwtwe ItlchenlllI Man and till llurhiiimn helm eroses red river thenw with the Wllxinnnd llueliiinii to tin Full LlekriMKlthenm with Mill raid to the Criib Irrlinnl niul Imicusti turhplke thenn Koutliwenl wild turnplk to when silica crnwe Dlx Itlver thenc with Dix Klvvr to the Kvniu fool about mile Inlow Flat Itook thnuv n trnlilit ncruf thu Luimford t Hhll1 funs Inrliulln haunt on sung to writer guts on town bra sic on line betwiHii Kittle nnd the Luiu lordto Hlntw fiirm tlniicv uii Iowa bninc to when the county roml crww r thence with the county ruiid to brldue twtrnthhotfeof H J ltlKliy and Ullr Kdwurd thiiiotn ftralKlit III across th hands or tifelnynehdnJohit IMIII nod I J Hniltli to the corner whirr IniuU of alii Multi h Alirnhniit heir nnd T IVinitiivIo nrrwllli IIHi IIwrru Mllllth Iiiiiilimton to the Mlllllrordt Inili Krehar IliItwrIIVbriiliuiii helps oru ses swills theme Ihleof lw und Abraham heirs to til IVnnliiKton One thence with the line Iw lweeiiOwley and IViinlnxton nrroH N It U nenr Olllxvrl left Houlh of tal- lIaa1111toduublrthorn tnrun sold llni henry from wild thorn Ire to corner whur IWKliy ieome llollllK nlld Neon to the count road llHiu Rest with Iliv Cuff lit raid lu where line UtwifiiCIinrlM ltsldfln IIIftwithIHid Muck Holme Jolts theist n tai hl Imncroax lhefitrnofsold 1RImiesand II UnrKiiiter ho teimnt linn In llolniii furiii and rexlilence on arils nl inn toctllVertoiiCliHpHir Uiipiilkiii rll rOIls West of lirwflbri KMte til rout sold culvert to tune corner on HtHill side of r Il15d ram lioun Inrlitdllti ndersnss hou e where AndiTMMi OurpII eraiidliilTn lluford Join thenrw with All Tsouand llufonto Iliu to Ktom cancer viler And rxon Iliifonl and Morgan thap xll join tlieiire with II lie lietween 111111111 old lluford to chestnut oat k corner when tedd llurordrhniiKll Win Hlinpion nllll Incoln Ijmd Lo Join tlaencenslrdqlitlutc- ross the land of Iteild and Tom Itiuiiiwiy sari fist Wg tin hue haws ton point ouOnil rchiinl t Hoiiiernet road almut yard kiuth of wild ha ilseyshous Ibeiea Urn eroja the land of llamitey anil Cary Ander oil to sass And rsits horse liicliulllin ame thence a line nero InmN of Ander on and J II Slums to jHilnt vheri Adinim lollli Kliih and till Miink farm JOlllrUIIIlI rlth thu line iMtweeii ti tank nan helm theiico with the lane to the ishoning And lint the site for till xelnxil house ol rid Krndiil dlnlrlit IK In the prevent com ail nchool hut ldltig of wild DUtrlcl 25 which Is locntnl In till town of Crab Orch IIfll nt or h6tmttlulolutoftlsr juititlon of jiiicintiT Htreet with tho Kail Lick roiiil II further npiKiirliiK that mild Nile Is ertllled tolie not vxceedlllK SU mile from Iro11IdHid pitltloiiirs lire rrsldrit1 Milil proposed urmlid tonlomtchoolillntrlctiinilof district roJof Itnroln county and U flirt IMT ap enrliiK that the county Miperlntendent him ndnrMil on wild petition his ol Mnllil and that u majority of the triHletN of llIllI common kchnot district that will be inlirurid within wild proio e l Knitted cool school district In whole or III uirt have iidorncd thulr approval on wild petition as rovlded by law tllIllHlr hcliiK now ilvlsed niul creeln with petitioner an to oiimhiry ordered that the fdnrllT of this t aunty and he Is hereby ordered to cauio n loll to l eoHiie l and an elect hail held at till NchociNlioilm1 of couimoii vclinnl lslrictN515lucibMlln the town of Crab rcluird on Hatimlny the 2sth ilny of April ul till name IHIIIK Milnyv and more niter Ult ontryof Isis order Tor till ol iklllU till HeiiM Of the legally itnilllhd- hlte votern renldlni within the iMHindnry IIf till sId projioMd Kraded common 111101- 11IlIslrt whether uliiill h mil tax of 10cnnlnnrichIlan of llrulllrl xseHMd In wild proH il graded common iilinol dlntrlct Ulonulim voterx iii unit a ill tax of It onenili whlto sisal Iushuhlfaatofscdddlslrietof the of yearn for the purport commondrTin otllcvr of mild election CIUHO lio MIIIIO true an election till held fur the leutlonof llvotruntee and they will mnku In duo form of law of tho result ddclecltonlitthocurllest day practicable nll1 within the tints rec by HYo il vony1I1merk lly A Copy Attot CLOTHES I For the Spring and Summer Season vo arc showing the largest and most uptodato hue of McuV and Hoys Clollita that vu ever did before Other Offerings Our friends and patrons will find in our various departments the most V complete ollering merchandise we have over yet shown Wo have been v u extremely careful in selecting otir goods from wily tIe makers ol the highestt reputation fur goods you can rely on Goods that wo can recommend Prices that are absolutely right r SAM ROBINSONIDry Goods Clothing Shoes HaU and Caps Ladies null Gents Fiiriii h lugs Etc the store that saves you money Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY Another Shipment of Smart ClothesJ- ust received them yesterday NVc can now nliwvr you an assortment of McuV and Hoys Clothing that Burpa es nil past icixird Tho pricea are convincing Come in and look them over W E Perkins Orchard IKentucky I DOCK GRAY Hhftliind iMinyTyear ililtsliu ho tnliowiieil oy lluuli held Footer will make ill Ilving salt Iie uby Uu liiiHjrl l imny that castIJsv In th MtiMiii nt Slu to insure ii nilHIiBtland Islands ufld U regnnletl by hor mii as pony lit Kentaekydefeatlug all cults until WIIMIII U inUI MimnIlIlIul Itii relalnU onshow HIIKcomers n tho due ItIB iunk imrtPd with or briil tUewhere forfeits lu iiriine and loon liecomeii he neiiMiii at the burn Imckof till Mt A aph Hotel 1AHI11141IIHtnufonl Ky Ud asa ewslti ta lrral II IIDontt you know the feeling thco words give a If you have n tin root there will ho no per IDoof lire at your house When you think lropcrtI it will last it is tho and best to consult me and get prices before you IYOl1r roof 5 HALDRWCE I Depot StreU Stanford Ky fate uoawllNlae ptR tlrsB u wsat M r NOTICE will until May luull molly IlrhII1 gee to me Olympian water at iirlii8 live month for to date deliver name where do not have to whip nu 1Lltnllife ts r case of n ualjoiu Try a case Addrexn K M U K I No lint Ili HuMonvlllc ky EGGS EGGS EGGS Plymouth Hock Hllvur Inca Wvnndott of 15 and Black Laugshauat1 tier KKB dlhnd freu of charge to Mtllilror- d1lIlIcu8lr or Ural Orchard Thoso Illter- 11IlIl1r Invited to visit iiiy putts and sew my took Mn W I white bnlr Vluw Poultry arid Ireacherivlllu Ky Crab cheapest INSURANCE Your house may never burn You mire sure to die See and talk with It M Nowland who will show you the policy Lest adapted to your ago anti circumstances Claims paid promptly Dividends paid annually or defer red K M NuwLAND Agent Mutual Life Insurance Co of N Y Organized 1843 r J