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Digital page images are linked to the text file. raE INTERIORJOURNAn t VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 20 1900 NO 15 HUBBLE eAllam Kelloy our blacksmith has been working day and night to supply the demands of his trade Thb Sunday school at tho Christian church has been reorganized and will be hold each Sunday afternoon John and Joo Robinson sold a young horse to James Swopo for 250 R L Hubblo has returned from St Louis I where ho purchased a carload of mules and marcs Wo arc glad to have the a Senator In our midst again Mr and Mrs Samuel Chappell have returned to their home at Providence Ind after a visit to W J Spoona morc James Crouch has gone back to the mountains Tim 1cnnman has mov ed to Danville James Griffin of Lex Iinglon Is visiting relatives hero Miss Hacklcy has returned from Ala where she has been In school 1bama Rivera of Providence Ind is attend tho burial of Will J Miss Flonnlo Hammond will go to Somerset Saturday to attend tho wedding of her undo Miss Lovlsa Harris is with relatives in Stanford Odds And Ends I A French jeweler Hordcnlt has In vented tools for engraving the surface of diamonds It is now proposed to make sulU of clothes of paper which can be thrown away when soiled It Is thought that tho game of whist was first played In the tlmo of King Henry VIII of England An engineer declares that 000 peo i pic now do with machinery the work of 16000000 persons a few years ago A machine has been recently invent od called tho ayntonlc wireless machine and is used for locating bodies of ore A new German specific agent against seasickness is composed of bright red spectacles and internal doses or calomel Thomas McNcal u ofRocky Branch Ky shot and killed his wife and at tempted suicide tLOOKlIOn buy your Hiring niul Huriiincr hnl- UIIUlIOII ere my liii of tuitilwry iool Mtti rii liiitu iHwol style Irlrpi right TlIIt reh Unll nod I rIliriu MKH JIINKA AMIIKHM- IMIriuclifrivlllo Ky u HAVK YOUIl rolls castrated by- r F Gross Crab Orchard ICy the well known ens trator of horses nUll horse doctor Phono in IAskie- ncoGEORGE HUR Onipf till IIDtlt KoelUli couch hotten In the IIIIIIl will make the iro ont crown at the UlUlr taros wliD from KawUnil of Oral orrliird L Stanford pike at the Inc prlco of Ilia tolDtare a llriaK roll OuotR liar U hleck fur whlln frrt cud whltu teco weigh whu lii gold hope ldoo hound itKDili full bend Otnirgn llur U moon tuple end quick iploailld drlvur it quiet and vale hurts lIt any wnrk HbIlrrdbv nn blur 4ajor m am Grniul Sin Scott Jlw 1111 Jennie llttatrlco Olrricn dale Mrf llur lm tome ol the lined ootu In the ruuotrir ha proved to bo a sun r fns gette- rOrte llur U hilt Bojtllibcoieli mid lull Olvdeodale bmt drift hone In the tale 1vlovlteiH lever of horse to call nni exatclne Oeorge tier ROXSYEf io ti will maVa the Nunn of tuiM tit vents plate at ft to Inure n live colt itot Tel nlwul IS Jianla hlb walticd b Uldsrrlla lId Giant one of the larger tacki in Kentucky read hU dens w Oald w ir prmlam jennet end H a Ono mull lack3lneey due III both sacs whey colt nri foalKl or mare patted with All care tnkn to prevent aceldenU or c oape but not ro i on Hle ilibuld naf occur Men retalnei oncullt AconrdluK to law lye sIKINKLKS Rowland Ky RED REX lumhln1 llIlIlullIlIrII1 Iatut Ihsl or rl thnf a nod oni Inch Ii Ilyt iiilliiii and IinwIliiB tlitltlt him lu rank with tin iNijt IViivlllp hi In15 xlrwi h llx IwamklIIItbt11 lit RnllllkIhlof- tul u Mr this lior eloniirwlnt him Wtoliiiin Thin linn will only ln nlliiw ui iiiiovvr JinliproviHl inures IlilYAI IKSMAItK iiitnliliuil Inllllllli- IRIIIUIiI rnl hrwII Cu1l Itt hood weight Ivu lHUfld I11 I1 w11 nut muldlf borM mill n ilrlvur- IHiitiiHHKRoynl INmiiiirk ulrisl ly llliuk hut Hliiniwnlllrlio liy Old Hiitiiiiwiiil 1Ihilil iv KMort rid iliini h OUI 11nvliir Tills In n tyjH of the lIhll linrmi Hull Kfiil iKcoiillimoxlllHt III Kill 4luckyllun Ter him IIud yea tttii bawl hlili lIIJiI liP HHMIMUNU HP ivn ITOWM omlilmil Mnlllon oltl IIIIIIIH Tile Io hers with iiiily of Ion mthiti mid JlnUli mill n 1mcI nvcilor Iv Tom CnvliiR on IIP t ljlimlirJlni Itut Ill Il laeuurnI DUk fr to 1Ii lkiIITEltsmrJarklbhnudnbrrtrl or of WllIlIrll tuUUNIIII 11 1 IIIS luslHIIii ItJltbluckiuck ln In IIi ioViiilv nml n n nnilo Jack rcrnbd tIlIHlI- II iVsMlUKHlliukJnkl5hnnl This txtrn 1011 1011111110 Jiirk KI iul111cflll alh11t v nlurr- Allotthniw11nekttlll r of iimko tlitriii Miiof lionumy nillo tams M th McKlnnoy t Midi lohuru tiiIlloofttwktotlep11lllr In 1111111 any la KnnttlrkY- 4Anu duo lit ell tIia IIi IIU tlul 111Nt e cult U foultl or iiuir lksrlrI- 1uatureIIrnlhwlutnnnnunbinprlc All to Ib lint not t tIttbltlholddoflvtecurt her HHllitn of anll with pll1 ittCdt KINGSVILLE Thompson Evana ore putting new machinery In their planing mill Quite a good deal of teal estate ex change has been made lately Cicero Murphy sold his farm to Mr Hlbbard and bought of Dr Acton his house and lot In town for 850 The latter bought of J L Johnson his house and lot for 850 and M G Murphy bought of tho former the residence lot formerly belonging to W L McCarty for 250 Mrs C D Evans and family are vis icing her parents at Nlcholasvlllc Mrs Jeff Faulconbcrry continues III with a complication of troubles Born to the wife of Clarence Dunn a daughter to the wives of Col Gooch and Dave Hicks daughters nnd to Mrs Hayden Sims a sonGreen Murphy Mr and Mrs Fount DIshon aro happily domiciled in their new dwelllnltIPostmaster J L Johnson and family will go to Oregon within a few days James Hudson and wife of Verona left Wednesday for their homo after a few days spent with her grandparents Mr and Mrs J L Johnson Mr and Mrs Hudson were en route homo from their bridal trip to Alabama The bride was Miss Eunice Johnson and is a very at tractive young lady while the groom is a fine young man The couple will make their home in Phoenix Ariz Little Miss Sybal Hunt returned to her school at Harriman Monday Geo Wood of Stanford was hero Tuesday D C Allen of Hustonville spent East er Sunday In Kingsvillc Mrs Dan Hester of Stanford was the guest of relatives here Miss Eva Francis spent two weeks with her sister Mrs W L McCarty at Stanford Dr and Mrs C M Thompson are in Cincinnati the latter to buy millinery Tho doctor will go on to Columbus to buy material for his new building Oho foundation of which is being laid The building will be mostly of concrete with steel ceil- Ing etc It is to bean elegant and up to date one An Heradta the Land Of Flowers Four lUnruNCAS FLA April1f1 have just received tho I J and read It with great pli isnre and feel as It I should write apiece for It Florida is one of tho most beautiful States in the South I am n private in the 7th company Post Artillery and have been rending tho I J for almost a year and expect to have It renewed as soon ns it expires Fort Barrancas is our main post and Is nine miles west of Pensaco lo1Is Along the beautiful Gulf of Mexico with two subposts Fort Pick ens and Fort McRee there remain the old forts of the Civil War and they are also made modern and armed with the latest model disappearing guns bf six eight 10 and 12inch caliber There arp five companies of coast artillery at this post and motel quarters are being built for them so I think in a year or so this trill be ono of the most uptodajo military posts in the South Next week will bo our annual target practice and it lan great sight to witness those big 12 inch guns firing at n dis movingand making an an average of eight hits out of lOahoU The 12inch guns will use 270 pounds of smokclso powder and- a projectile that woighs 1000 pounds Well I supjxwo I have written about enough for tho tint time so I will close Very truly- F M CKOTCHFIELD Rheumatism Makes Life Mis erable A happy bind Is tho must valuable possession that Is within the roach 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 van bo relieved from those rheumatic pams also by apply big Chamberlains 1aln palm One application will give you relief and Its continued uso for iv short tlmo wll bring about a Permanent euro Pot title by Dr W tho popular druggist Stanford Louis Landram of the Lancaster Record who has a way of finding out such things says that the openwork stocking is all tho go this Spring As wo are from Missouri wo will have to be shown It Is against our creed to take anybodys word about sUch things Frankfurt Journal No Quarter Tho evils which always follow after Indigestion biliousness or constlpa tlonwlll give no quarter llettor light them to a finish with Dr Caldwclls laxative Syrup Pepsin It Is a weapon against these dangerous diseases which will give you quick relief and permanent cure Sold by Pennys Drug Store Stanford C W Adams Hustonvlllo at 60o and el Money buck If it falls B D GatlifT has been postmaster at Red Ash Whitloycounty oc INEWS NOTES of Holyoke Mass rejoined his daughters in Paris alter a separation of 28 years A Duluth Minn man after two years trying has succeeded In looping tho loop on roller skates A destructive fire Visited the village of Georgetown Ind and a number of families were made homeless Father Louis Martin general of Jesuits known as tho the Black Pope is dead at Rome Italy A loss of between 125000 to 150000 was caused by the burning of a sawmill and lumber yard near Mobile Ala Over 10000 people saw the Louisville club defeat the Minneapolis team in tho opening baseball game at Louis villeMrs Kate Shadows of Hopklnsvillc shot twice at a Negro who attempted to steal her handUag Of course she missed him- Stockholders of the Southern railway In special session at Richmond Va voted an issue of 200000000 Eft year 4 per cent bonds Robert J Wright was killed and five others severely wounded in a collision between an automobile and carriage near Millville N J William Taylor Pace member of n good Clark county family plead guilty to three charges of horse stealing and was given six years Government scientists at Washington agreed that there was no connection be tween the earthquake at San Francisco and the eruption of Vesuvius The largest increase In the history of of the Louisville postfrfllco is shown in tho annual report made public Thurs day by Postmaster T H Baker Fred Diersing Jr of Louisville overpowered his wife and two other women and wresting a butcher knife from them almost severed his head from his shoulders Jesse Davis killed his wife and then committedsuicide at Columbus Ind A divorce suit was pending and he met her under the pretense of effecting a reconciliationIt Eastern capitalists will build an electric railway from Corbin to Jellico Tenn a part of the plans being the utilization of the Cumberland Falls for power Judge Julian W Mack in tho Cook County Illinois Circuit Court in n decision declared that the sympathetic strike is a form of boycott and that tho boycott is illegal Thomas Leisure was drowned in Rough river near Hartford Ho was attempting to cross tho stream in order that ho might effect a reconcilia tion with his wife All hope for tho recovery of Miss Bessie Melton who is in tho Louisville City Hospital has been abondoned Sho was shot by Elihu Thomas whom she refused to marry E II Lee formerly of Louisville and Mrs Lee who was Miss Hunter Iearpont of Elicabcthtown are believed to have perished in tho earth quake and firo in Frisco It is announced in Chicago that all negotiations for arbitration between Dowie and the Zionists have been brok en off and that Dowie will take the case to the courts tar settlement A burglar entered the quarters of the coeds of the Dulauw University at Greencastlo Ind and after robbing the girls of their money and jewelry chatted affably with them on various J Luster charged with the murder of his wife and on a plea of in sanity committed to the Western Ken tucky Asylum for the Insane died at that institution of complications due to stomach trouble There was a sharp break in the New York stock market owing to tho San Francisco earthquake When the news indicating the seriousness of the disaster was received the selling became heavy and prices broke violently The Montgomery grand jury returned indictments against four members of the Fiscal Court City Jailer Langston Road Supervisor Eubanks and a number of others among them a true bill against Matt Oldham n member of u prominent family YearsSuffered for with Kidney and Liver Trouble 1IJ suffered for five yours with kid fey and liver trouble which caused sovem pains across tho back and a blinding hciidachu I hUd dyspepsia and was so constituted that I could not move my hovels without a cathar tic I was cured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and have been well now for six months says Mr Arthur S Strickland of Chatta nooga Tcnn For sale by Dr W N Craig tho popular druggest Stan ford A man dropped 500 feetfrom the top of a Cincinnati building this weekand was not hurt in the least They were pickled pigs feetThe Atlanta Jour nal x e IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Richmond Cooperage Companys plant will begin operations August 1 Thomas Oldham aged 83 and John W Parrish are dead in Madison Alonzo Carter en route from Tucson Ariz to Somerset died at Now Or leansThe fire department of NIcholasville will have a street fair from April 30 to May The building of an electric railway between Jcllico Tcnn and Corbin is being considered by Eastern capitalists Joseph L Francis has been appointed carrier on rural route No2 from Lan caster Logan Smjth was made substi tute Richmond citizens want the natural gas pipe line which runs through Win chester into Lexington from Wolf county to that city Frank Ball on trial at Barbourvllle charged with the murder of Jack Bolin admitted having killed Bolin but claimed it was done in self defense Rev George Smith one of the most prominent nnd wealthy farmers of thp Stinking creek section of Knox county was adjudged of unsound mind The residences of E A Startling Ed Tipton and Edward Mayes at Middles hero were burned The Excelsor Bot ling Works were also damaged The Town Trustees were visited Mon day night by a delegation of some 25 won en who petitioned them for a cur few law and also to have all business houses closed on Sunday London Local Miss Lillie Whitthorne Cecil was elected sponsor for the R J Breckin ridge camp of the United Confederate Veterans to represent that body at the reunion at New Orleans April 25 26 and 27 Danville News- OTTENHEIM Gardening is the chief work of the hour now- Carley Adams has recovered enough to move back to Garrard county- It is rumored that we are going tb Have some weddings but we have to keep quiet a while yet Our farmers are all so busy now that you could not get one to stop long enough to give you a chew of tobacco John Anderson the little son of Wm Anderson has touched up the church house fence with a coat of whitewash which adds much to the looks of the placeRev K D Noaks will deliver a lecture at Pine Grove church Sunday eve ning at 3 oclock April 22 Everybody invited Subject The Beauty of a Mothers Lovp The Easter entertainment given by the Pine Grove Sunday school was a delightful one Misses Bessie Lawson nnd Detto Ella Manuel deserve espec ial praise for the manner in which they delivered their recitations P taught Cold While Hunting a Burglar Mr Wm Thos Lanorgan pro vincial Constable at Chnploau On tario says I caught a severe cold while hunting a burglar in the forest swamp last fall Hearing of Chambers Iains Cough Remedy I tried It and after using two small bottles I tvaS completely cured II This remedy Is Intended especially for coughs nnd colds It will loosen and relieve a severe cold in less tlmo than by any other treatment and Is a favorite wherever Its superior excellence has become known For sale by Dr W N Craig tho popular druggist Stanford Great Earthquakes of Modern Times 1703Jeddo Japan 200000 perished 1731Pekin China 100000 people killed 171G Lima Callno demolished 18 000 persons buried in ruins 1755Lisbon 50000 swallowed up 1707 Martinico 1600 perished 1773Guatamala Santiago entirely destroyed 1839Half of Port Royal Martinque destroyed 1700 persons killed 18C5 Tho cities of Arequipa Iquiqui Tacna Chencha towns in Peru and Equador destroyed and 25000 lives lost 18SG Charleston S C threefourths of the city destroyed 83 lives lost 1902 May 8 San Pierre Martinique earthquake and volcana eruption killed 30000 people CORNS Cu EDCorn xitwill posi tively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple nnd pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entiro satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure Is not speedily effected G L Penny KyIGov Beckham has appointed Senator M L Harbcson of Kenton as Circuit Judge of the new districtI Musical Merchandise Violins Mandolins Guitars Banjos Clarionets Flutes Picalos Fifes Ac t cordeons Concerlinas Harps Har g monophones Music Boxes Talking Machines Edison Victor Columbia UptoDate Records A 1andMr J Be Finley Formerly of Rudolph Wurlitzer Co now with HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville Kentucky Right Goods and Right J Prices Corn Planters Disc Harrows Dray Harrows Walking Cultivators Something entirely new in a Riding Cultivator Dont buy until you see it WeH HIGGINSrSpecial Prices OH Buggies and Buggy Harness CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY I r 1 ATIC At SlO to Insure a living colt Out of a sister to Fire Clay 230 colt Trotter Foaled JUOX Bred by Lister Witherspoon Vorsallles- Standard Electioneer 125 Hamlltonian 10 Arlon IEOCO Sire of Anion Green Mountain J Record 2071 2071 Sunol j Maid dam of 0 u sire of Nioo i 208tlalo Alto In 230 i 2681 Loraa 220816i others 141 Flanella Nutwood 1i00 213 SanTolmo tnnlloJ Record 21St i t10h Elision Dam of Arlon Emblem 1lnol Harry Clay 45 i 219 I 1 Record 22 and liam of Sa Reoord22Usho Heroine die Mao 21 U of 0 and dams by Hatnblctonlnn winner of IJOt i of 4 standard 10IJ Ky Futurity Iercedesj Cuyler 100 IIpnriellnMIU B f Emma Arteburn Plro Dam of Fire iy Mambrlno Clay 2TO Clay 20 grand tatchon 68 lIam of llnrrl olio 200 OwNERs STATRUBNT Alto conies from one of the stoutest families In the trotting itjistcr one Unit gave the trotting turf that sensational race mare Harrictta 200 the Transylvania winner of 1813 This colt is a good ono and nest bo seen to bo appreciated Our great young stallion ALMONT WILKES will bo allowed to servo a limited number of approved stares at 812X This beauty is by Oam betta WilUes dart Annie B the dam of three with records better than 220 Will also stand the splendid jack BEN BRIGHT at 8 to insure a living colt lIe is 4 years old151 hands largo hone and great style McCARTV CO Stanford Ky 1M 19AWHO 1Oia1ti11NCraigs Heroin Compound Craigs Heroin Compound 0 WHEN BABY FIRST BEGINS TO SNEEZE GIVE C I Craigs Heroin Compound Mt ior25e 50c AND 100 SIZES AT I m CRAIGS DRUG STORE gi punoduioQ UoIJJI 9laJ 1111110111103 UOJJII yiluJO k1M N11rN1WN rN1R 1dN1 1tiN The Place ro BUY 1Garden and Field Seeds Garden Tools Plow Gear Poultry Netting Screen Wire Cloth Screen Doors Hardware Cuttlery Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits c at bottom prices George D Hopper Stanfora Ky J tt ya X IThe Interior Journal I E C WALTON t JUDGE JOHN WHUGHES of Mercer county U a candidate to repreI j tent the Eighth Congressional district of Kentucky In Congress to lion O 0 Gilbert subject to the tctlon of the Dem party of the Cincinnati Enquirer says that the republicans arc i in a strait to find an issue for the next campaign They first thought of working the rotation in office racket but t found that not over three possibly two of the present officers would be candi dates The extravagance of the ad of affairs wont work be debt is paid and the 1ministration toward building a new cry of conviction of inno for the assassination oft Goebel wont do for Gov Beckham was elected twice when it was almost the sole issue They have decided to charge that the democrats passed redistric ing bills that are unconstitutional to further increase their hold but they wont make anything out of that as the democrats will plead guilty and say the are only after what is coming to ther On the whole the republicans are in n bad way The clean record of the der ocratic administration and the excellent management of the States affairs leave them nothing upon which to hang a hope They will therefore save time and money by getting out of the way of the juggernaut and leave the democrats to continue to conduct the affaii of the State in the creditable manner they are doingE- ARTHQUAKE shocks followed by fire at San Francisco Wdnesday caused one of the greatest disasters in the history of the United States The loss of life is estimated anywhere from 200 to 1000 and probably 1000 people have sustained injuries Thousands of pel manysof j squares The water supply being cut oft by the earthquake shocks left the y fire department helpless and the loss by fire is too great to even give an est mate of There has been heavy loss of life in the outlying districts Santa Ro sa isreported to have been partly de and heavy damage has been the buildings of the Leland jstrayed University at Palo Alto The loss will exceed 20000000 FRANCISCO is still burning apd hope of saving the city has been almost abandoned The lowest estimate of the loss of life is 500 and the fire loss grows greater each minute Over 200000 people are homeless Every business house in the downtown district is in ruins and the government has 1ken steps to relieve the distress John D Rockefeller has sent 100000 to the homeless and destitute THROUGH carelessness or ignorance more than 56000 were found in 1 t 000000 dead letters that have been of in the last year under thei of the Fourth Assistant Pos 1disposed Besides money there were A good deal of the restored to the careless iSENATOR PLATT says he will not agai otter for place he holds and Senator 1Depew has put himself out of the run Politics will therefore be pret ty lively in New York for some time fo come POLITICAL The House passed 11 general bills and 572 private pension measures Tuesday The New York Assembly passed the bill requiring publicity 1unanimously contributions and expend tGov Beckham has appointed Henry of Trigg county adjutant general of the State to succeed Gen Percy Haley i The democratic Senators held a cau j cus lasting practically all day on the Railroad Rate bill in Washington but 1j finally adjourned without reaching any agreement or taking any action Democratic members in the House of Representatives who favor the quaran measure are encouraged by the ttineagreed upon by the Senate Quaran Committee and are hopeful that the may be enacted before adjourn iltlaw Roosevelt in his message t f t to Congress refers to the case of the beef packers as a miscarriage of jus tics and urges Congress to enact new legislation He severely scores the decision given by Judge Humphrey but t places no blame on Garfield President Roosevelt has decided to appoint Charles II Aycock former gov ernor of North Carolina and Van Leer r Polk of Tennessee members of the delegation from the United States to the PanAmerican Congress which is to meet in July at Rio Janeiro In the circuit court at Frankfort Judge Stout sustained a demurrer to the petition in the injunction sued out by Capt Cochran of Maysville against Gov Beckham to compel him to certify claims of the Taylor militia on duty at the State House during the Taylor Goe bel contcstwitt sr i I Additional Local FRESH fish today and tomorro Mrs W S Jones Two hundred locust posts for sale E G Bickley Stanford SEE that Paris flour and blue line of tableware at George II Farris IT will pay you to getourprices on seeds and fertilizer before buying R H West Co Junction City Ky Wp have several hundred bushels of extra nice millet seed have had them well cleaned and our price is right Write us for for samples and price J H Baughman Co TimE Misses Cooley have opened a dressmaking establishment over Christs church on Lancaster Street and cordially invite the ladies of Stanford and vicinity to call and see them TUB great Irish Orator Dr M J Fanning of Philadelphia will lecture here May 3rd at 230 and 730 r M on the subject My country and yours what shall it be7 Hear him W A SnARl JR sold four pit game stags to a Crab Orchard man a few days ago for 25 On one of these stags tho purchaser won 300 in Lincoln county last week in a big chicken main Harrodsburg herald- VATERMELONsDtr John H Engle man tells us that ho will have a foar acre watermelon patch on the Tate farm Walter Hiatt and Hunter House will put in five acres of the luscious fruit on Al G Huffmans farm I WILL sell at public auction at More laud Saturday next April 21st at 1 oclock four horses threo buggies one twohorse wagon one drummers sam pie wagon one twoseated Jersey wa gon one surrey Also wagon and buggy harness Charles Johnson MARKET GARDEN My customers of 1005 please remember that I have moved my place of business from Ed Hu bards to W C Shanks on Lower Main Street where I have a better location and an abundance of all kinds of plants Remember the place You can easily find it and those who are judges of good quality will surely come there J W Brackett CEDAR CREEK The farmers are very busy in this community now W T White has sold his farm to a party from Virginia for 1400 Mrs Myrtle Dye house is very low with a complication of troubles Richard Chandler who came home from Lexington sick Is very much improved Miss Thusla Gooch of Kirkaville is visiting Miss Lula Chandler Misses Maud Bailey and Jessie Wood Lynn visited here Sunday Leonard and Wade Hampton have sold their farm on Cedar Creek to J T Livingston and moved to Maywood to- go into the merchandise business C H Kerr who says there is nothing like threshing has started out with his ma chine very early this season- MATRIMONIAL G A Falconberry a widower of 55 and Mrs Mahala Sims a widow of 44 were married atjthe courthouse yesterday by Judge R C Warren The church statistics show that If American church members gave each lone postage stamp weekly to mission the amount would be 10000000 a year a car fare weekly would be 50OOpiKX a dish of ice cream 100000000 The present amount given annually is 7 100000 Nervous School Children Statistics gathered by vaiJou School Boards show that a large percentage of school children suffer flom different forms of nervousness mild or exaggerated Some showed a indency to melancholy others mental epression and many the nervous ritchings of mild chorea or St Vltusdance Most of these troubles ean bo overcome by proper food illlclcnt sleep and Dr Caldwolls laxative Syrup Pepsin It is a universal childrens medicine because If good food is eaten It 8U1es that the food Is properly digested and indigestion and nerve poisons properly thrown out It Id pleasant to take and safe and sure In- rcsults Try It Sold by Pennys Drug Store Stanford C W Adams istonvllle at 60e and 81 Money huck if it falls Mrs J Wade Walker gathered from 195 hens for the week ending April 14 903 eggs a daily average of 129 The highest number for one day was 164- She sold during tho week 65 dozen for 80Lancaster Recordf Th Bazoo was late in gettin out- this week wasnt it Yep Jim Haskins had to carve a wood cut o Vsuvlus eruption an- that held the paper back The case of Frank Ball for killing Jock Bolin at Muldlcsboro on trial at irbourville will likely reach the jury by noontoday A strong case has- been made out against him The fine stallion Clay King owned by W B Burton one of the best known fine horses in Central Kentucky lied Tuesday Lancaster Record j C CHURCH MATTERS Rev L M Omer will preach at the Baptist church Sunday night A Now York pastor on Easter asked his congregation for 14500 for church work and got 20 000 Rev Hobbs of Wilmoro will preach Saturday evening and Sunday morning at Neals Creek church andat Lynr wood school house Sunday evening All are cordially invented to attend There will bo no services at lIe ron next Sunday on account of quarterly meeting at Cartcrsvillc Services at Hebron the fifth Sunday when the sacrament of tho Lords supper will be administered UMBRELLAS Becorercd and repaired and made Moron is good as new for a naall amount I can fix your umbrella better than the tram repairers and for len money Give mo a trial PRANK ATKINS Stanford Two Farms For Sale I wish to AII prlvutoly my form of lro nerca5 mill Wot of nllcllotr Oil thn Lox Inglcm piku It Iq well liniroviil and lui piriity of wntiT and tlinlwr Well fincw relwlrAlso of ncrci lying mlilwnjr Iwtwwn Ijuiennttfr surd IAX Ington pikes lloutl outlet curli wuv wIfeticrd Terms reasonable T J It tlUUNII Mnrkslmry Ky POSTED We whose names appear below itrlctl forbid hunting tubing or any kind of tres passtng on our place and will prosecnt violators to the full extent of thelaw Mr Kate Ador Kelchenbcch Bros Fred VonOruenlgan Albert VonOrnenlgai Fred VonAllman Fred Ilaumaon Alfred Simpson George Holmes Miss Mettle II Uewes K Kolcbenbacb Charles Cummins Jos lullou A U Dunn S M Holmei DaughertyMPeter W attar J NeTln Oarter J E Bruce W F Shomaker Thomas Ferrlll Oreen Ferrlll F J Oonn Jobn n Oamenticb Sam Trowbrtdge A D Root Charles Enislln Frank Oordler Mrs Hayden Welch Peter Ilalme John Samuel Llndie Jacob OaJer Sirs Alice Lytle David Stephens Mary Hoffmann L P Nunnelley J W Ilaughman Cnrlstena Urayson J 0 Carpenter Jacob jestweln Sam Damerop Mrs M 3 Ashlock WroH WHITES J oTMq Rk IPURITY GUARANTEED Splits Splits SPLITS What Is Splits Find Out Get n bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Splits Jade from Water Carbonated stops tho Dope Habit It is easy Try our Diamond Brand Splits For ale at Drug Stores Soda Fouutains Infes and Saloons rice lOc Per Bottle Hiitcs C C Water Company Inc Crab Orchard Ky jij1 brimre irle In shoes whore comfort is sacrificed for the sake of aI newly introduced style YouI wont be troubled in this ro spect when you wo- arALLAMERICA 350 SHOES 400 They are made on lasts drafted with particular attention to fit ting qualities They will satisfy you in other respects as well It will be worth while for you to examine them sm ROBINSON tStanford Ky ji e o A HAI LatleEALtaAIY s d Itome 5 aunnr lree nt r Falltr thrul wthIlzwipdIeS buy NAPOLEON lllnck lack lV4 Ininils hlpli Wan slrr l b Tiirklniztoir NHH shun l y IIIl1ck Hawk ofF1llanllh- hehy 14IrrIItlnekJinwt ltl tlant by UO ViKHl Will curve mure nt 110 to Insun living colt Triiillim tilt soar forfeits thl Insurnncv Nop i in llilltly for nrcldrr IL WUtllI Htnnfortl K ATs PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTU KY Office over IMcRoberU Drug Store in On Owsley Building Old Crab Orchard Distlllir Whisky Direct from Itlller Any quanlttp 1I0t tie Jug or R rrell2 150 fa It Orders by mall promptly shipped OU CRAM OUOHAUD UISTIILEUYc Opposite Depot Crab Orchard Ky Wayntsburg Marble and Gra Its Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Ihnlcrln and Manufacturer Granite Monuments Marble ItoUod letters n Hinxrlnlty OtTlco nnd works WaynvtburK R U II 1iulKvtt Ant Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard Ky Wo are prepared to write Insurance Life Accident Fire or Tornado And kollclt the bus nee of the cltliens 0 the Knit End None but till It couim Ins represented Oflico with Crab Orclmnl Bunking C- Ifnvrntalk with tl Iwfow plnelnR your 11 luranceof renowliiK old l ollclos IUt your prolrty with un and we sell II for you cbnrglng you only a small IKT cenl GALTON 12910 Sired by OambetU Wilkes SilBM with 101 with record from 3 oS to 2 30 claimed to be the greatest sire In the world lit dam DillY Field craodarn of 3 wilh records from 3 11H ts 3 IT by Enfield 229 tire of In S 30 and dams of 60 In 2 30 or better 2nd dam Quickstep by Kentucl Prince Jr sire of J Q 3 I7i Lemon ado 3 37M and the dams of IS In the 3 30 lilt rd dam by Old Joe sire of the dam of J Q S 17J Oalton carries the blood of four leadlt famlltesi Ilambletonlan VTIIkcs Mambr brlno Chief and Secleys American Star Gallon Is a dark bay IS 3X hands breeds large fine style action and Only of bU colts have been handled for speed a short time one took a mark of 329 tbe other five worked trials from 3 IN to 3 30 III colts have pono against and defeated tbe best In the bares hoses and roadtti rings one of bis colts bating won af73pr mlum at the llnstonTllln fair over the best Comment Is unnecessary as he Is so well known having made all of his scabs at my place 12 In all Gallon will stand at my stable 2 mlfes west of flujtonTlllo on llradfordvllls pike at 110 to Insure a living colt Money due If mare U traded after being bred Ora after May lit at S3 per month Phone In residence W M noon niitODTlllr Ry DORSfY GOLD DUST 12052 Full Brother to Fifdle21914 Sired by ZilcadI Goddard 4400 by Gold lust 150 and he by Vermont Morgan Dtrsey Golddusti grand dam on ide was by the Imp Arabian Stallion Zilcdi Ills dam is Florence by Golden Mingo Chief a son of Gaffs making him intensely inbred IorganI lion descending from Jusleri cn olh sides Tho best family of road horses ever known Dorsey Golddast is a dark dappled bay full le hands and weighs i aoo pounds a proven and uniform breeder of high class road and Ea- lern horses combining all the qualities for saddle and harness and are in demand al Both the eh mpion saddle and combined gelding of the Americas Horse Shows of 19043 Jack ODiamond lands to his credit Ten of his colts sold ecently for 810250 and 11500 was re fused for a walktrot mare by him Ills services are offered for less than any orse of his producing qualities in Kentucky Will at my farm near Stan ford at 8zo to insure a colt Will make Ihe season at my farm 2Ji miles iron Sian ford on the lIustonville pike F RIND Phone in Danville Ky HUMMER JR Day stallion 15JJ ng IndMdnn with abundant speed He Is by Hummer 6112 sire of lIuo er 209 Stately Sillj 2MZX Quickly 2 Uy Man- nsheer2I153itipeudoniO15 In 3i30 luratner BUZ Is a son of renowned Electioneer and save one Is the only on- of Electioneer living that Ii out of a George likes mares and with the exception o Arlon Is the only son standing In Kentuckj Ihat has a 300 performer to his credit Hummer Jrsdarn Is by tho great ord Russell dam Oodlva by Auditor r ii HAPSBURG 509Or- entcoachsalhnn161 hoods high by Imp ilostcr out of a mare by Wonderful Anyone wishing a very high fed cOlch horse to on standard bred Inure for gvttlug style speed and action should lee thlt hor- seJESSE ALVERSON Shetland Iony Fine Individual good nod action InIlureo mares and 110 by tho sensor from irllltJulyJforJennuti Mares grazed at2 0fer month which fn nil cases must be they I1r- eremovedOaro taken to prevent accidents but not should any occur Mltrel traded or parted with makes season money due J K BAUOHMAN Uu tonvllle Ky i da ANYBODY j Can make Vests and Trousers but it CoatVan Artist years of experience to make a with a close fitting collar the broad flat backs the perfect straighthanging front and that Broad Curved Shoulder like you see in the pictures Few people can do this but you will find it in o- urCriterion Cools theyIshape your shoulders than other coatsI H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY Put a little SUXSIHXK in your home PENNY fcarrica t n largo stock of It co nica iu quarter pints hull pints pints and quarts nt 15 to 75c PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD KY f ICull null get ono of these If not satisfactory return it mid get your mon oy Good for roust turkey hank etc Works on top of stovo as well in OVCI1I Y J GEORGEH FARRIS pr Stanford Kentucky t t1p t 1 1 lI o vt r I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY BrANFonn KY AI1uL 20 100 RUSSIAN Corn Cure removes corns In 1fourdays lOc 1cnnysDrug Store PERSONALS Miis CEO I WUAIIEN is quito ill i J RICHARD HUSH la over from Lex IngtonMn JOHN Minim of Danville wall hero yesterday MR L R HUGIIBS wont to Loxlng ton yesterday afternoon MR GEORGE HAUNKS WBARUN is confined J to his room by lllnoM- MR GBO L PBSXV went to Louis vllle yesterday to buy goods Mil Jolly NEVIUS of Lebanon Junci ion is here with the homcfolks Miss TKVIS CARPBNTKR is visiting Miss Patsy Irowitt In Lexington Mn J Y GOODPASTKR of Fnyctto ii hero mingling with old friends MRS W P TATE has returned fron a several days visit to Louisville MESSRS A HUNN and J Ii Cobol of Columbia were here yesterday MRS W J EOMIBTON of Crab Or than was with Mrs E J Drown MRS WiLUAM S WARREN is very III and it is feared she can not get well Diu FAYETTB DHNMP and Miss Sal lie Cook or Dnnvllle were with friend hero yesterday LebanOnjIIItor a few 11411IMils JOSIAII Dlfllioi and Miss Edna Camnitz of Hustonville were hero yesterday with friends MR FORREST MCCLARY was in Cin r cinnatl this week buying goods for Cummins McClary MR ANn MRS Aux HICKS of Mt Salem have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Harry D Aldridge MISSES MARY BURCH and Sara Dunn returned to Liberty with Miss Amand t Stone and arc her guests MR3 J W CAIERTON was hostcasai an elegant carts Ilarty Tuesday niter hoon Richmond Climax DR R A JONES looking tho picture t of health and prosperity is mingling with his many friends hero MR T W HUMIILE of Pcrryville t tins taken a position with Cummins A McClary tho gents furnishers Miss SALUB ANn MATTIE ELKIN of Lancaster were here yesterday with Mr and Mrs Ii J McRobcrta MR A G HUFFMAN came up from Louisville Tuesday to attend the bed y Blue of her grandmother Mrs Maria Conner MRS G A McRoiiRRTS of Cincin nati was hero between trains ester day on her way to Garrard to Visit the homcfolks S MESSRS FLEECE HBRRISO of Marks I bory and Joo Aldridgc of Lancaster 1spent Sunday with Mr II D Aldridgo and family t MR f1 P OWSLEY and Miss Mattie Hays Owstoy arrived from Columbus Ga ycstrrday to be at the bedside of t Mrs Conner Miss MARGARET SALLEB of Somer set and Mrs J F Holdam of this place are visiting Mrs W Mason Morris at Crab Orchard IDItS C II VAUGHT and Murison Junn or Richmond attended the meet In for the Central Kentucky Medical Society hero yesterday IBBTTV Miss Annie Thompson returned to her home at Mt Vernon yesterday after a very delightful weeks stay with Miss Sara BauRhman- MBI C M HlCE and family have moved to Springfield where they will frun a hotel Many friends made dur inu their sojourn hero gave them uj wlth much regret t Dli AS IBICB and Mr J Warren Hockcr of Stanford and Mr W Ma son Morris of Crab Orchard hnvo gone to Chouteau I T to look after somo lots they bought in that loom town Mil IL M HUNT of St Elmo III waahero yesterday between trains en route toUichmond and paid this ofllco n Bubstantial call Ho Is now n conductor on tho Southern Indiana Rail road TUB family of Mr E D Kennedy will move to Knoxville in a few days in order to be with Miss Nannie Ken vncdy who is in business there Their leaving Stanford will cause universal regret Mus ALICE NeWLANU left for Ala bomnMonday to look after tho business interests of her son Fred who disappeared from Gadsdcn Ala March 10th time she has not the presentup in tho his whereabouts London Locale f Wite Oxfords Are very fngliionntilo this season and wo have tho right styles nut reliable qualities Infant white laid slippers size 3 to Childtt white canvas oxfonle size 5 to 8and 0 to 12 hisses white canvas oxfords 8ia Ifl to 2 fa- dies r white canvas oxfords mo 2i to 7 81 to 8225 1Mus RHODA WHITE is with Ml Vcr non friends MR AND MRS W 0 SPEED returnedi last night from Hot consider ably improved In h althILOCALS FIIKSH No salmon Saturday George II Farris SKI II C Rupleys samples of sprin I nnd summer clothing OOdslnndDIG ofbuggy harness I opened See it J C McClary JustI ALL plantslettuce rat dishes etc for sale Ed Hubbard Tin post ofiico of Sauflcy on the Somerset pike will bo discontinue April 30- LOST J in Danvillo Monday a Cur glove Reward if returned to meMil ton Itancy Stanford FOR RENT Tho storeroom on Lancaster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office TilK examining trial of S B Jen nings for killing Maco Miller wa called at Lancaster Tuesday but con tinued until next Tuesday MB J C BISHOP an experienced druggist of Versailles has charge of this drug department of my store Glvo us n call J 11 Dunn Paint Lick MiL S 1 GRAte broom manu fact urer Is going to raise broom corn on a largo scale this year He has rented 18 acres of land from tho Misses Van Deveer and will plant it in broom corn at once IUDDoMI1I Minerva Bcddow or Danville died at tho homo of her grcat granddaughter Mrs Ophelia Dunn nt Lancaster yesterday Sh was years old Tho burial will oc cur at Danville at 11 A M today PUIIUC SALEOn Saturday April 28 at 2 oclock I will sell at public out cry the belongings of Edward Johnson deceased Anyone having left work at his shop please call for it prior to date of sale John S Baughman adtnr STANFORD Is in darkness now Thts electric light plant shut down Monday night for 10 days or two weeks to make repairs as well as to install an immense dynamo Tho increased business of the company mado it necessary to enlarge ita plant PBICE W Thomas riceaged 68 died at Rowland Tuesday and was bur fed at Goshen Wednesday after servic es by Rev Fitzwatcr lie is survived by a wife and several grown children Ho was a kindhearted clever old man and his friends are saddened at his death THOSE who have no idea of tho pic turvsqucncss of Mexican costumes and romance of Mexican life have a rovcla Ik n in store for them when A Royal Slave comes to Waltons Opera House tomorrow night 21st From tho ris ing of the curtain on tho first set to the descending on the last act it is n con tinuous panorama of gorgeous beauty and heart stirring romance Tim L N will put in doublo sidetracks over Pnxtona grade Ii miles North of Stanford and a tower will bo erected on tho top of the hill It will bo supplied with eight lovers and a tel graph operator will bo kept thero day and night Tho increased business of this division has mado it necessary to save all time possible Paxtona grado will bo a meeting point now and in many cases neither train will bo compelled to stop Superintendent Snyder and Mas ter of Trains W W Wright were hero ruesday and decided on the improve ment STONE Mr John T Stono died at his homo at Egerton Mo of troubles Incident to old ago Ho lived in this ounty many years but moved to Mis hurl before the war Ho was a car enter and helped to build many houses In this section including that of Mr W J Aston at Walnut Flat lie was cousin of Messrs W T nnd L H Stone of this place Mr Stones first wife was a daughter of the Into Hamilton Baughman and several children vero tho of that union Tho vifo who survives him was Mrs Ma inda Hayden widow of Mr Leo Hayden Mr Stono was a fine old gentle nan and his friends here learned of his death with much regret Shoe Bargains If you want a real good soft comfortable slipper for little cost ask to see our odds and ends iu slippers nt 08qt Former price 8150 to 82101o have onjy a few pairs of each kiutlnnllWUllt to clean them out II Fon sheep shears of all kinds go to George H Farris SEE L Huey CepIlno of ladies ad childrens shoes Tile Central Kentucky Medical Society met in Waltons Opera yesterday with somo 25 or 30 doctors present On ly two papers were rendone by Dr George Cowan of Danville on Char latan Doctors Charlatan Druggists and the Ladies Home Journal the othei by Dr Murison Dunn of Richmond on Surgical Treatment of Pleurisy Both papers wore well received and were discussed at length Considernbli routine work was done SPOONAMOUE William J Spoona more aged 21 died at the home of his father Mr John M Snoonamorc near Hubble yesterday and his funeral wil bo preached by Eld F M Tinder of Lancaster at the Christian church at Rubble at 10 oclock this morning He had been a sufferer from lung trouble for a year and a half Mr Spoonnmorc was a member of the Christian church and an industrious honorable young man Ho is survived by his wife who was a Miss Rivers of Providence Ind Tho burial will take place in Buffalo cemetery today at about 1230 Tim story of how scenery Is painted Is interesting Sometimes it is just the imaginary conceit of some pot bolling painter who cares only for the money in viow Sometimes it is really high art This certainly is tho case in the scenic investiture of Gordon Ben netts beautiful romance of old Mexico A Royal Slave which comes to Wal tons Opera House Saturday night April21st Photographers took numerous views of Mexicos most famous wonders and highsalarjcd scenic artists painted the splendid scenes whi hare used in the production When these first flash into view a loud murmur of praise Is always heard DOOKES Mrs W M Doores aged 72 died at her homo at Crab Orchard of a complication of troubles Wednes day and after funeral services at the homo by Eld Ff M Tinder at 10 o clock yesterday morning the remains were taken to Lancaster dud interred Mrs Doores formerly lived in Missouri where the doctor married her She is survived by her husband the well known Crab Orchard physician and two daughters Mesdames C A Spcigle of Shelbyvillc Ind and M Livingston of Boston A devout member of the Christian church and a most excellent woman it was fitting that nhu was spared to a ripe oldage Much sympathy is felt for those who so keenly feel the loss of her r CONNKB Not only one of tho oldest women in this section but one of the very best went to her reward when Mrs Maria Conner breathed her last at 5 oclock yesterday afternoon She had been in feeble health for many years but not until four weeks ago was she compelled to take her bed She gradu ally grow worse and her death hnd been momentarily expected slnco Tuesday last Mrs Conner was born in tho res- Idence now occupied by Mrs Peter Straub in 1819 and died under the same root her mother nnd daughter died She was a Miss Myers sister of Messrs A Sidney and John B Myers who also died in the Myers House Many years ago sho married u Mr Conner and Mrs E H Burnsidc who died several years ago was their only child Mr Conner died u short while after Mrs Burnsides birth Deceased was n devout member of the Presbyterian church but her fee bio condition prevented her attending its services in latter years in fact she had not been on the street for 10 years or more After tho death of Mrs Burnsldo Mrs Conner filled tho place of mother as well as grandmother to her grandchildren who loved her dear ly Their love was fully returned asher i devotion and ministrations to thom clearly showed Truly a Godly woman has been culled to the great beyond and- not only do her kindred mourn their loss but every inhabitant of Stanford where her long and useful life has been spent is saddened by the thought that she is no more The grandchildren Mrs Conner leaves are Mesdames E P Dwsley of Columbus Ga and AI G Huffman of Louisville and Miss Pearl Burnslde of this place allof whomI were with her when the end came At 230 this afternoon Rov Gilbert Glass will preach the funeral at her late home after which the remains will be taken to Lancaster and laid to rest Mens and Boys Shoes We have a line of good Shoes for men and boys and prices arc low and thegtyles are cor recto Trya pair of James Means Slices at 8250 and Sli and wave 50c RESERVED seats now on sale at Me Roberts Drug Store for A Royal Slave performance at Waltons Open House tomorrow Saturday night I HAVE just returned from the city with a nice line of millinery and I earnestly solicit the patronage of the ladies of McKinney and community Mrs M V Moore McKinney Ky UNDER the Southern Cross will be the subject of a lecture to be delivere at the Christian church at Turncrsvill on Friday night May 4 by Rev C M Gordon of Australia The lecture wil be under the auspices of tho Kings Daughters ANNETTEastiliaedancing girl in Gordon Dennetts production of A Royal Slave which comes to Walton Opera House Saturday April 21 wears a different costume in each act and each is a resplendent mass of spangle in harmonious color and in keeping with tho body of the gown The effect or the brilliantly lighted stage Is truly magnificent Additional Local on Second Page LINCOLN SQUIRREL Ucd bay black points li hands blgh heavy mane and lall back with long cranoy tapering neckw li irt In mount od houldor a combined hone bead and earns him n model under halter wonder ful style In harncn a show horsy sure be It a sad Ia horse with five distinct gaits rat acker In two walks and nlo addllliIIndU for an upto dato tire of hlgb btisityllib and taut Lincoln Squirrel was sired by Marion squirrel by old Illicit gnulr rel 158 bo by Mack Eagle 71 be by King William 07 Marlon rqulrrclt lit dam Green Mountain 2d dam by Uugei Edwin Forest Llncon Squirrels lit dam Kate UcOalltter Messenger beers a full brother to Maudd Messenger record 818 24 dam Marla Do poo br Mambrlno Stat light a full brother tb Lady Thorn 224 3rd dam Mollie Crow by helms Yorkshire thoroughbred Black his grand- sire Is tie sire of more noted saddle horses than any other horse In the world such as Highland Denmark Chester Dare and Red Squirrel Lincoln Squirrel will be allowed to serve a few good mares the season of 1006 at neazev Oral livery barn at 912 to Insure a living colt Phone S J U HEAXLfeV Stanford Ky KENTUCKY SQUIRREL tniiililnitl stallion n veers old n iHmitlful Uiy oiii white fiKit in IniiulH Flub tvlc lutlim lr mid bretling vlitch clitl UM him toruiik with tin 1suiuuKal Hlml liy WHHI H iilrrvl Ut limn be Till KliitMl MIII of HIIviT KJntr bv by Time HtoiKwall Jnckxon Hull lilcn jrviit litre forsa IhlII hy the fnin iiii4 CnblKH UXlnetmi Wmxl Squlrivl Mml liy llliifk Hiiulrrvl ins hi II k lnglcllhr Iv King Vllllnni Iii dune IIItKIg 11inntthcdnltlnflnRit Mini ho liy Htiir K ulr tlu It MIII of IHiilHllx Iiix Iniltnii linn Maud V No 41 liy iHiliurn llrnlnpr Jil ilniii Kllli itivmlum Midillo nnirv VniiMrtiT Vnxy liy llirllium half brother to the mfr liuoo xliiitoii Uith out of A Uv Ill riuiil Hllvor King wits by On Thin1 null out of n iiinn hlIhINIIxlllllt- Oil Tin was a lino liiiix nnil w11- hn l Kintilrky Hiiilrr l will MTVC oion It JKito ln unii llvlnitrolt DANDY JIM liliifkjiuk6 vwim old 154 liiiniln hluh 1ItIN IirillllK Mack lurk 10 hmuU nnd iiitu Inrh hluli finilii tfini your old this Sprlim rum nwunIsttnslntihy lllnrktliiiitl hiliy Tom ut of nlxivc tack will make the WIIMIII of lUlllt my farm olio mllo from Hliinfonl on the ml Orchnltll Stanford nikc god In oTor Inx theervieeof thin Htalilo of stork to then nihlh I tlo not honltato tuMiy that IwIlc- tthcyureasgtlusnay In Konturky Beth of tliiM jarkH will MTVO mnrtMiit flu to In Miry Hvlniiioll Tnullmj ousts rorfIIK the lm urunre No rospoiixllillltyToriirrliloiitKV Howhiliil Ky ENGAGEMENT fX- IRAORDINAR Y- Iloiloow 48EII 1S 1111r1Oll cut inWiiumciut im m am tar mt of STUMMI o the uloonllghtIhogorgeous t volcano instate of eruption of vinlMlIliihinonti Cur load of hecneryTecltcnstofMlartlsts Atlirll Ilnit utorv of low hate Intrleiut reviiiRC dnvutionmldheroluduring rrlivs munu il rkutsmt utlu lit hHorU Drug here iOUR DESIGN to give best Boys Clothing iIs least money That is why we forition the clothes thats are showing some nifty novelties i in the new Spring styles that com pare most favorably with the best in Mens wear Each garment sold i der strict guarantee to please uniPrices 150 to 5 per suit 3 to 16 Mothers let us dress your i boy i CUMMINSMCLARY t 1 1 sNN77NN71NtiN1 ti1M NLN Nti t 11 I I Illl III I II U I + II U I 11 t t+ I t t I II t11111 HOSIERY Black Black with white split sole tan and white hose in plain and lace patterns from lOc to 1 per pair Ask to see they IHoseU NDER WEAR Ladies knit vests at lOc 3 for 25c 15c 2 for 25c 25 and 50c knit corset covers 25 and 50c ladies um brella pantsr 4 at 25 0 50c I ddl alr t sti IL MHUEY CO 05 Dry Goods Notions Shoes 5 and 10 Cent WareaOpera House Block Opposite Court House f STANFORD KENTUCKYI tttuttttttCtI Iuilit Itllllll J y r i The Interior Journal I Entered in the fMiOffice al Stanford a erand claM maftt- rPVnI4sI1D TURHUAVa AND FlUDVY AT S00 PER YEAR CASH 13When not eo paid 100 will be charge Strawberry Plants For Sale Ibiirnthe following of Htm IIcrr Plants for wile Hvilxic OnudyJeaataflen Mnr Krnmlywlno IIml other varieties per IIMJ tl wr I also hove 5 010 dozen plllon that I will fell clump It nil nre taken JoUMtw Klngsvll Ky INSURANCE Fire Lightning Wlnd Rtorn Ute and Accident None but the BTKONGKHT and BEST Companion Represented LowestPo dble Rates nUImt Paying tt o ordjUnequalleU Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 35 Farm Mules For Sale All broke and native tttd YM can see thtmby calling an mt I G Fox Livery Feed J Sale Stable Danvlllt Ky BD CARTER Successor to Bruce tit Garter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your is solicited handled on commission HonelI teck Pene In Connection New Hustonville Firm rHa bought ot Mccormack IVacoc their wt sollclt a GrocerlcslIl1rdwnnhele End Isb UnlivMeatbuy good butcher stuff nt having a splendid went cutter wu cantfurnUh you with tin best We oleo buy alt kind of country produce F HIHHOP A LI PPM Hu tonvllle Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy readyinndo clothing when there s It so difference In the price ot high grade suit nnd n suit uiade to your meaaurunsenttokenbynnexprlenet i tailor I have a handsome line Hprlng and Hummer goods I cnn mnke from n low price business suit to the finest dress suit A 10 overcoats trousers and fancy wets The company I represent Is one of the best H O RUPLEY the Tailor Datl Tray lor DKALCR If WHIsk Brandy Wines Beer Gloars Etc KYOlasPrompt and polite attention Nothing l lbe Iii drink Mall phon cr uUgrapt orJiri rectlvs prompt attention Attention Farmers I I have just rweived u car load or J50 tons of The Old Homestead Fer tilizer- Tt bus It xyorldwido reputation is un excelled as n crop producer It sells i on its merits For the lauds Mike give it a trial k K W CKKHJIITOX KingsvilleKy e I CeaT9 Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnessSaddlery c STANFORD KENTUCKY Offlco Ibone 167 Home Phone 35 JLBeazleyCp UndertaKers and Embalm M ere Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingaRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinda of Stock Givq Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY iItit FARMERS DEPARTMENT T P Reid of Parksvllle deliveredI today to local parties 30 180 at 592 12 Advocate C T Bohon writes from Lebanon ns follows Sold my mules to Uankin Bros of Hubble Discontinue adII On account of the great demand for mules it is estimated that a half milIk of them will be raised in the State this season Broomhandlc won the Montgomery Handicap run at Memphis beating such good ones as Dr Gardner Lady Na varre and Hyperion II G A Denhan sold to W L Mc Carty a yearling stallion by Dr Mason he by Gambetta Wilkes for a laneyI price and bought of him a filly colt by Dock Gray for 75 Two hundred million acres of land will be plowed this year in the United States and about 9000000 plows arc on the farms to do the work The cap ital invested in plows alone represents 800001000 Jesse Alverson Jy K Baughman great Shetland pony will make the season at my place but will be sent his old home in the West End when the occasion demands M S Baud man Stanford Messrs T S S Stigall of Iiorryvillc sold their premium jack Goy Beck ham to Harry Weissenger of Shelby ville for 850 They purchased fror Shelbyville parties the stallion Chester Chief by Chester Dare for 750 The State Racing Commission elected Senator J P Chinn Chairman and A B Rouse secretary The only date allowed was for Lexington beginning next Monday The salaryof the secre tary was fixed at 100 per month At first blush it seems rather a ridic ulous thing for the government to go into the business of importing sacred cattle for breeding purposes but if the Claims are true it is a very proper proceeding It is said that the reason these cattle arc desired by cattlemen is that they are immune from pleuro pneumonia which has caused such heavy losses through infectin by cattle ticks Experiments have been carried on for years to demonstrate this fact The introduction of oneeighth of sacred blood in the ordinary American cattle Is said to be enough to obtain Immun ity Secretary Wilson agreed to afford facilities for the importation of Indidr cattle but on condition that a govern ment veterinarian should examine every beast before it is bought and give his approval to the purchase The expenses of the veterinarian are paid bj the cattlemen Miserable Conditions- Of body and mind always result frot a torpid liver which leads to bill poisons b lng absorbed into the blood and poisoning all the nerves and tissues This dreadful state some of the symptoms of which are headache bitter taste nausea lack of appetite yellow complexion constipation etc can be quickly cured by taking Dr CaldwellV laxative Syrup Pepsin It relieves the strain on your liver re laxes tho tightened bowels purifies thi blood strengthens the stomach nod makes it as clean as a whistle Tin result Is perfect health amd fretilon tram pain and discomfort Try it Sold by Pennys Drug Store Stanford C W Adams Hustonville Ill iOc and 81 Money back If it falls The Sultan of Turkey has a great ollection of canaries lIe chooses hem by the length of time they sing without stopping Recently he paid very high price for an English canary which Sang without a stop for 20 minutes by the Sultans watch Grip Quickly Knoweked Somd weeks ago during the severe winter woalhcr both my wife and my- elf contracted severe colds which speedily developed Into the worst kind of la grippe with all its miserable ymptons says Mr J S Ejjlcstonof Maple Lauding Iowa Knees and olnts aching muscles sore head topped up oyes and noso running with alternate spells of chills and vet We began using Chamber tins Cough Remedy aiding the amo with a double doso of Chamber 1llllns Stomach and Liver Tablets and by its liberal use soon completely knocked out the grip Sold by Dr w N Crate the popular druggist Stanford 4DustyOnce a man gave me a whole handful of money an told me I could twhatever I wanted to with it VearyMyl What did you d07 Dusty Woke up Great Activity Is shown without any disagreeable fterelTccts by Dr Caldwells axatlve Syrup Pepsin In going to- tho seat of your trouble when you are a victim of Constipation Biliousness 11Ieadllho Indigestion Dizziness eta t but firmly drives out the poisons that are causing your illness anti braces up all your internal organs to do their proper work Try It Sold by Pennys Drug Store Stanford C W Adams Hustonvlllo WC and 81 Money back if it fails In spring the young mans fancy Lightly turns to love we know In spring the old mans fancy Turns to shovel and to hoe y h fFor Sale Privately house and 10 acres of land eltuated Just outside of town limits on the Somerset pike house has 1 rooms kitchen and eer pants room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for J P BAILEY BLACK HAWK In hands Mack with white points will In murlopriceWill Jim Porter Jack PKY TON 0 years old IS hand weighs tu pounds uiiil nn extra mule lack ThnO his colts have nil IKVII furea blnck coltItrw II U KINO Moriilaml Ky NABOTHny Nabotb bay touryear old and a much finer horse than his slreso wellknown In tills of tho Stale as a breeder ot peed strleand durability Dam Nora Nor ral by Noval 2tU J a eon of Blectlonc 131 Nora Norral t first dam by MetropaI tan son of Hambleton Ian 10 sire of Oeo Wilkcs and Electioneer 2d dam by Mat brlno Starlight 3rd dam by Oliver 4th dam by Wagner Mb dam by Imp Tranbvt 11th dam by Thorntons Rattler A splendid In dividual with a pedigree as flue ai IIny hone Stand high and welgbl 1300 pounds Will make the sea son ai K 0 Pettus near PreacbersTtlle at fIS SO 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 by Tarklngtona Napoleon will make the season at the tame ilO to Insure a living colt He Is It 2f high and hili proven a good breeder Marcs grazed at SJSO per month which In all CRies must be paid before theyare reo moved Oars taken to prevent accidents but Dot responsible should any occur J M Jk U 0 PKTTU3 Preachersvllle Ky Antecarlo 226 12 Made over Versailles track in winning race SIred by Anteo 216 r2 that sold for joooo at public lale First dam Mar Ann by Hailstorm 813 son of Marabrin Palchen These two crosses produce The Abbot 203 14 cham ion trottin elding of the world 2nd dam by Independence son of Andrew Jackson rode jeodenceii dam by American Star The American Star and Andtew Jackson blood Is responsible for Cresceus 204 14 the champion trotting stallion of the world You see two top crosses are for the fastest gelding two lexterossesareresponsible for the tastes stallion Then you see he is better bred than either of them for be has the blood of both Antecarlo is a solid brown horse 15 34 hands high weighing 1170 pounds fine style and action Will stand 110 to insure a living colt BUCK VARNON Black Tack with white points 5 year old i5l hands high Fine breeder and treat individual A jack of fine bony and lotion Will stand at 810 to insure a living colt Ve will also stand the young jack ABRAN 3rd- it 18 to insure a colt He was sired by Ibran 2nd and he by an imported jack Abran 3rds first dam by Velocipede 2nd lam by Imp Palermo 3rd dam by tlorengo Mammoth Lien retained on alts for season money Mares traded lr bred to oher horses forfeits insurance ind makes season money due All will stand at my farm on Somerse like four miles frpm Stanford Mare razed at 12 per month Care taken 10 irevenf accidents but not responsibl hold any occur- WILLIAM M FIELDS Stanford Ky DARE ALL 2086The combined stallion will make a limited season 1906 at Lawn Mere Stock Farn Jj miles west of Hustonville Ky on Ihe iradfordsville S Hilstonville pike nea Carpenters Station at Sl5 to Insure a Liv jg Colt Mares traded or parted with for eits insurance and money becomes due at time ofsuch transaction Lien retained ot colt till season is paid Mares grazed at- h50 a month Grain fed it desired at easonable rates hills must be paid before removal of mares Mares entpistei will receive my personal attention but will not be responsible for accidents 01 esca i DEoCHIITIONFoaled in 1902 i5j hands high dark bay with one front and rear- foot white f tar A model of groat beauty wilh short back deep well oping shoulders and with great style ne would expect from reading his pedigree Uoodbone fine feet and legs won erfjil stamina Attractive by halter un graceIfulby inheritance from a long line the most famous ancestry of saddle hordes Ihe world has ever produced utcittSired hy Dignity Dare No 1955 Vol 5 A S HK he by Chester Dare 10 be by lilack Squirrel 58 he by DIad Eagle 74 he by King William he by Washington Denmark 64 he by sines Denmark 61 be by Denmark FS 1St dam Fannie Mc by Red Squir 153 2nd dam Mollie Good by King Wil liam 67 3rd dam by Devcnports Oliver Th Dignitys 1St dam by Velchmont 6J6 A T H It be by William Welch he by Kysdiks Hsmbletonian 2nli dam by bdallah Messenger 3rd dam by Gills ermontIIZMAJtssln offering the services of- Dare All to the public I take occasion slale without presumption that I have heen a breeder of fancy saddle horses for 25 years and experience has taught me to know and appreciate a high class one Dare All is result of carelul painstaking breeding and comes as natural result of mating tht very best mares d ilh- the foremost stallions the Stale has afford cd Carrying about 25 per cent of King Iilliam blood a greater per cent than any stallion in service in the State King William being regarded as pre emi nenl for fancy saddle and harness horses Dare All sired by the now coming famous ignity Dare he in turn by Chester Dare iliowmg a long list of sires every one greal show horse out of mares that were equally as famous as show mares and his dam Me the greatest show mare I ever owned having refused 81000 for- her I think entitles him to the careful consideration of all prospective breeders He Is now just being started to the saddle taking to the gaits as quick and handy as- any I ever handled I he will be grand show horse when finished See him berore booking your mares C C CARPENTER honein residence Hustonville Exchange t t J ASHLAND BROOK No IITiAI Vol II AT II it ijml by Kiipvim Iliac k or Ueormtown Ky Hrook WM foiilitl incl soldi lily with left hlml toot hhlhIICUUIIIICICHlfItl Brook No record sire of llIrtllntItiiUiKiiti Sll idtilt Brook II 211TI1- iIv IKlllrooka17j JiMinlu llroolc IIXIU lndy Urook l tJJiinU llunnliiR Ilrook 255 Hlltnt llrook slrvil DnrkiiUht No x19 the sire of Scare VIIIIRIwhrecord 227 shll1mt UnkA lot dlllll lIulm 11171Iholir 2lI ij Ashlnml Wllkin sfriHl by ItNt Wllkis liltt hu by lcorgu Wllkin llonll dR1II1 HkleLlllhylrctcndcrl4Sllint dlllll III I rOt II- LNOTIIahllllld Ilrook Is hnnilsoino ftl low with loh Qr Btilistanci has n hold wi of going with lots of spwtl sty and nctlo hlgbclllAIhoraesldq niiirts this svnaon nt 115 to insure II log colt ItlIntJneklIlIIIIl1yKlIItthe lugs 1nlrrnio Sililifm by I evl Ilubbli Prince the ltv of Joo Hlnrkliurn anti I1rllt nolln Hilly Keene stands full Id bout black with white taints und us lirmtler II uniuriuiHiHl ns aside or Jonnit lock his roll always brlnglnit tho lilulivit prices Mar traded IRrhd with or bed Isvwhvn ror felts the Insurance and moimy Ixcoinoi duO nt lilt time of such trnninvtlon KING EAGLE iNoyii Fnglnllblinthighgnus nil tho gait with plenty ot spurt slhnod nctto- ulrntIHKXHIttd by Royal KliiK 8SM Iu by On Time 715 by Htomiwnll Jackso Itoynl King lit iliini Molllc Mount win hv the tiutitl sin OnlilKUii lexln ton K king Fuglu lit tlniii Hip SI 1 she by KaRlu lull hu by Old KliiKK- iflo7M W iliini by Red Mon ant iliini h Denmark hu bv Millers Dcninar U ithoroiiKbbrvtliNOTKn liDHtlpr of titan colorvd sad hlpb styhtl coils sail having plcuty of slzw and nellon hU colts will bow for theniMilvfx Kit KtiKln will iiinin the present senenn of UI nt our stnblv two nnd onohnlt miles rot of Htanfonl oil tin Hhilby Ulty plkqat lilt n UvliiK colt- 1vlllntsostnmttho grunt inulu Jncn JIm Kwnc sired by ttif Krcnt Hilly Kern Ylr1 dam liv tlin Imp John VolUticondilitmli U OliiT Jim Krtnn Is 1J4 hnnils high hlack with whit iiolntsn iriit mute Joel Mm sin of the colt that J K thrum sold Inv Kail for 1125 Jim Krone wilt serve futreIili to Insure n living colt For further particulars call on or nitdivi KT lIAIiKlHt ROUT VOOUM Phone UIHR9 Htnnford Ky ELECTION NOTICE I ItiRulur term of thw Lincoln county tour held tar wild eOlllltoll the lthdlur Jlarcl n JinUi1Wnile W Mn lOll Morris AVlboa sold nauuy othcr ictltloneis to rshlhhldl n Untiled Commoi chool District It to till court that u by Wnde Perkins n W llronatiKli VMnv n Morris Josh Wll on J 031e Vhorter W1 1111 W J KdniUton H MeaMM Phillips J A Delionl K A illihlleton J I II Harris A T Ytitfton leo Oummlnii nod tinny otter exnt voters nml tnxtayen of juitlco din rfctNoXof Lincoln county Ky wits 1I1ttJ with mid livfuro tile JmlKu of tin1 llncoliountycourtnt the rvKUlnr term lust of th tticoln county court nuking tjmt n grade ommon school illxtrlct Is orKiinUeU wit Its lioundary us follows HcRlnnlnu tin t N U UaSWfcet outb of unite post L IK uliere lane betwevn Win Mink nnd the Out man helm crows wild rnllnwal thence wit till lanv to the Mt Vernon rood thenc with the Mt Vernon rued to where lino Iwivn It Ii Ltica and K J Oelzel come to uilil rand thence with their line to the loll rUrovk road thinner with Hopper lnk of lllx JUyefj thiiictf with tho ineimders of Mhl In UIIII twUlIIIUchlint toil sun nnd the lluchnliaiv helm cr xi eK IIIld river with tint wllstnt nod lluchnna llnoto the Knll Lick rtMid tiplice with uil its i to tho Crab Drchanl and Ijinrnili lurliplke thence Houthwest mild tnrnplk 10 wirer Mime croiws Dlx Itlver tlienr with HU MWT to tho Kvmu font nlwiit mile iMInw Flat Hock thence lsetndgltl IIlIu ucro5 tilt Lumtfunlifc Mh1l1l faint Invliiillr koiine on ftamo to water late pnlownbniiu II in line IxtWfon Kittle runt d Hlinw funs bniiu to when thctwfty rooierots Mill tIIICU with the county road to lirldxr N Lwwnthtt houiicof 14 J IUIIh nod ten HMwiinM 1111 Ktnil lil lln ncrurs th litndHof tin tnviie heir John Ion mid I J Hinlth to the enrsr when hunch of mil cantle Abriilmint bet ra fad T IHnnlniilii wllh IIii Itwtrtl HMill IIlId IVniiiiiKton to the Htanfonl Irnli Orrhnn lkrthenn down sold pike to when lln ntweon iiiriiiior Mrs II liwul nnd tli thill hit nl hlrcrOMfA Sit lily thenrv th II lit or a to tin IennlllKton line tlienre with the llnr I- iwtrniwslryufd IViinlniton iurr i l1-S U U lit nr Culvert 1VJMiv I Houlhof mil iott 1 U to double thorn trev un wild Un Innee from wild thorn few tocorner wli r iwsley Seoru HolniDi nnd Mull to Ihi nutty road tlienr 1Just with tli round end to wbire line hIIllIlrIIllIlItth Mnrlon Hunt rtirnvr lo uune there with tlnMr line to corner whir Hunt Itedi mil Muck Holme Join thvncc u etnalg- hIhiIerleatIiPbltlllof wild llolnnii and J 0 Carpenter InotudlliR tenant hail UII bins nnd nsldenw on CiirMnt t1kenlsxeIrout wild rulvrrt to utoai corner on fuiml Ids of 1 ilndrreous liouv Inellidlii IndrsoH5 hissf winre AnderMin urHii rriiinl Julln lluford join theiiM with All Irnoii nml llufiirdi line toIt stone corner rherv Andvri oii llnford Moriian lIIIII 111 Join tliolicv with line iMtwevji llmpiell ml Hufonl to chintnnt out corner when bald UtifonlCliapiMll Win and Incoln Ijiind Cu join n5tntlahiIiHIcross tlip lit lilt of Hfuil nod Tom Itinuev nchxlingllnatseyhaust ton imlnt nil rllh k HOIIHTM t nlHitit 9 yards ruthofsnldltsoletyshuusethHecn Dili cross tlie land of IlnniMy lu Inry T lilt to wild Anderson hoiine InelndliiK ime thence u line ncnits lit isIs of Aiuler 0111111111 M Admits to jiolnt wh re Adanm lollle Kl h and the stunk furin Join tlunc with the llnir Jwtwrn Miink till the tint helm IheiHO with till lane to the Innlnif And that till site for tln Mhool has ol ild xrndiHl dutrlct lx III the pn sIt mm school llldIllIhill lit wild lllxtrlit No i which In IICllhdlll the tow of Crab lirch IIrtlllt or about the point of the junction of ancanttT tnt Kail Lick nmd IIlul It further that wild lte in rtllliil to iioluxfifillini il nilliM from ny point of the the wild pro iiMd dUtrlct mid It further appearlm that ild petitioners are tnxpiiyers le oIH redd nts wild uruiltil com chad dltrletIIIIII ot lnetices district o lot Llneoln couifty furthir up MirltiK that the comity miii rlntendrnt hats idorwd on wild petition his pprutnl of ime and that majority the Irusbrs nfi ich common MhiHil district that will nlirnied within slid 4 trl unitled eom 11I1I1IlhIIIMtrlcl In whole or n part have dored their on wild petition an rovlded by Jaw And the court Js lug now Ivlvil mid iiKroelnu with mi lo unduly ordered tint idierln of thin unity Is hind he U liervby orderetl to cnin to bciiptiiedniid an election held at le past lIt of coinmon iliool to et No n loriitttl III the town of Crab rehiirtl on Hiiturdny the Wilt tiny of April 1101 the sumo Ixtntl 40 lnyK mid more after tIle entry of this order ur the purpose pr the seiine ot the legally hluivotrsreelding within lioundary or the wild d ttradiil common nchiMil htrlct whether threMall peeped un an IIlInl tliX or Ill edits Oil llth tlul of proHrty isosMtl III Mild pruiwstrl trailed common bool district to whit volom coriMiratlons unit a poll tax of SI oneaeh whltu malo of Ihl dUtrlct of lilt uof lIr for tlut of vittalilJih IlIg and niiilntalnlm u graded culn ton ihool no provided by law Thi oUIen election will causi tho wimo time election till hold for tin ectlonof llvo truiteeaand they will makii of law of tho result of lJrlctlCllhleIIIIlIIly JasJMIalloy U A Copy Attest Ty q a s tain i nisi iliilrmi Che Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January 1906 24500000 OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIREOTORSI J BOWSLIV Stanford B II SMANKH Stanford 0 W OAHTEII Turnorivllle W II CfiniN8 1roMhersTllle L 0 0a ell Wajnesburg W II TKATMJK Olloerts Creek U L lluimti Lancaster W O WAIKKII Stanford J B FoiTEit Stanford W U HIIANKS Stanford J II PAXTON Stanfurd r We rcuwctfully solicit the nccounti of Indlvlilnnls Fires mid Corporations thinks nmt Hankers lire pnpariHl to furnish till dcH ltors nccommodatlons ns ats consistent with sofas iNinklng Modern Nattily lK olt lUne In our vnult fur uu ot four Customers First NationalOf Stanford Kyi BankCapital Stock JSOOOOi This lnrtltetlon was orIgInally establlshvd M the Deposit flank of Stanford lu Mil then rforganltrd as the National lank of Stanford In 188J and again reorganized ai the Flat National Bask of Stanford In 1852 having had practically an unlnter rupteJ existence It le better supplied now with facilities for transact Injr easiness promptlyand well than ever before In lu tong career Accounts of IndivIduals fiduciaries and Car oration Solicited OfllffrJ- j HOOKER Preil McUUllEUTS Our WEAIU fAt DanvtlU Harris Stanford Stanford Tanner McKinney Rlrooro llaurhman Stanford Koblnson Hubble Stanford Stanford II HOMEare planning BUILDERSY- ou your houco to build this season II Dont forget these tact nlxmt Tin Rooting FIRE FIRE FIREe you know the feeling wonls give If you have root will bo IDoof fire at your house When you thin ho IropcrlIit trill last in the cheapest nail best to cuiuult me and iHfore ou IQUSHALDRIDGE I I cIot I e OXFORDS You need them we have them EverybodyI knows effect of a dainty shoe It is the one requisite of dress that makes or mars a neat appearance Come in before purchas ing and look at our line IIT E PerliznsCrKenOtuckyrd Dan Hester Agent Stanford Ky NOTICE I will until Mnv imxi sell rankly prlvll Ken tonne Olympian water nt sprlntf live months for p and IsoutO deliver Kiime water to stints wliiini I do not have to fillip on HIt1I flsu KT caw ot n ualloim Try cute Addrotts K MHIMK H K D i lloxlK Ilimtonvllli Ky EGGS EGGS EGGS Hook Hllver Incas wvuudott- oiudltleckLnogshuHiiitheir of JO KglIl deltveret free of to Htanford lanciiHter or Orali Orchard Thotu litter estnl nro Invited to visit my pens lidmy stock Mrs W IV 7hlto fair Ylew Poultry Vitro Prfiichersvlllu Ky 19 ataae iII 1 t S T HAHHIK V Irei 3 J W II Ohr Directors R lied T J Hockey K L M D Stanford 811 T P Itlll Stanford Jo7 II llauehtnao J M IVttus Stanford 0 R Tate nT now I thoo a n tin there it the I n o u INSURANCEPlace est and strongest company in tilt world Sec and talk with It M Nuwland who will show you the policy best adapted to your ago and promptlyred U M NKWIANU Agent Mutual Lifo insuranco Co of N Y Organized 1843 I e