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I THE INTERIOR JOURNALnu IVOL XXXIV STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 24 1906 NO 16 Congressional Aspirant Speaks at the East End Capital CUAH ORCHARD April 2llion J I Hamilton spoke hero this evening attended by his lovely and accomplished wife By request I presented him to tho audience and ho acquitted himself I well and won many friends who dill not know him before I believe he has tho best showing now Since the gallant old Joe Blackburn has been retired to tho coolmg ground of private life Ken tucky and the South must have an car puller and a nose tweaker Hamilton or Bobbitt would do well for that Per haps there arc other aplrantit who woud do as well At all events We olTcr our serviceI speak in Rowland at the school house Wednesday night April 25 Sub ject of discourse object of speaking find tho length of speech made known on day of sale FONTAINB FoX BOIIIIITT The Original Ioloy iV Co Chicago originated Honey anti Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on mvoiint of tho grunt I merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many Imitations are uttered ll for tho genuine These worthless t imitations have similar sounding names Ilowiiro of them The genuine Fules Honey und Tar Is In u yellow package Ask font and re fuse nny substitute It Is tho lest remedy for coughs and colds I Vnn s Drug Store The first man to be sentenced In con- S nection with the South Dakota land fraudcases on which indictments were recently returned by tho Federal grand jury In session at Sioux Falls is Carl PiUn n prominent stockman who was sentenced to imprisonment in the coun ty jail for ono year was fined 000 s CORNS CuiiKDCorn Exit will posh tivcly remove corns In four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and wo absolutely guarantee to refund tho customerhwith entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 1C cents and nothing if a perfect euro is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky HAVB YOUIt cults eastraUd by T F Gross Crab Orchard Ky tho well known cas trator of horses and horse doctor Phone In HI en- eoGEORGE HUR Oneof the Howl KeelUli rush hbr e In tliofuto will mass oho lrcelltllCOO at- tilt UlIal farm mllo from wl on b Orclurd A SlnnfurJ at the low Ororgelourwoliln when In gad hal18 IMO pound tend full to bods George llur le modo uiiU end iiil iplentlUi driver quint end sate lmr f at any work Ha HIM Ira by Den Hut Major Sre else Orntil Sire Scott silo paw JMinlo IJoatrlco Civile fdale Ot tf llur Inuitonie ot Iby gnat In the country has prowl to Urn sure foul ccttrr- Urorffi llur U hull Knpllnh co cli nod bol- tOljdrdnlebaudratt hors In tlio Halo We InTllfl all 0 horse to cllIana txknilue Grorg blur t ROXSYE Itoxiie will niHko oho lesson ot 1008 lit nine place lit 81 to Allots n llvn colt Itox m li II hand high Will sired by Osldwells Old UlAnl clue of the largest tacks In Kentucky stud hit dam was Oald woU iiremluin jennet mil It n fine mule jackMoney duo In lath oases when cults are foaled or ware purled with All care taken to prevent nccldenU or c caiw but not re poimllile tbould any occur Urn retained on accordlnR to la- wv8lItlNILrB Rowland try I RED REX I tnlllllll r ilill iiitlful Mir nl styleetluotIt IIuulllnrlbtg Illfll III cnlltlK hllll In rllllk ia1 1rtuIHIt5NI ln1 liv Itx IVnvliu lio by Ilex Slelxiiiiilil lllHdiiiu hv Kiiitiifkyflilff ttdr horse lnippnchttchliii 1111111IHOYAI Intillnthnlbrush yiil uid hands- a wchtht l II 111 II Ilne well uu- tlurcl odd lc hurIIIIIllIlIcIlrltrl lualHII Ih by Illiiok Iiisd Hloniwiill JrJn by Olil HI 1llhilll by linn by Old IViivliic Tile 1111 of tho horse Hint fuel IIIIIIIIIIxllllOl In Kentucky Hw him ii iud you will brtwl to him IntoIIi un mKK OK ItUIUICJ IJ Ile Js n lrnwii cinnhliuil yiiiwuMj hlllIH fhl IIIIIIUIIII Lune netlun- andk iul a UntHlir mcKKHlrlljroin Cov iiRliin Ill t liv lliiilHTJIni Hum Hufc jto lustily 1I Jmk linnil n IInII drat iinivwIiinTlliii Win ktrln cult w inru- nIIIllliO1dlJIIbluckJack II hllllll In Ili contulyiindaIIlnnloJnrk secundletinlu jIII lauru hlnek ptek IS hnnds Thl HllHnoiiniKlln Ii ark iinil Is nnHKO rut uoo1 iiuh tau I1111rueollx plenty t of ulrfr nil llnl h t Alf of llit 1111 Minor ItfMntmy tnrKIlimylRhUiiaianiru atIduIn enylult that any Sloney duo l1ll1k In nil IIIM with nil tho nliovo took when roll full leit or niiiri imrtti nl u n n oiwhh prbr All iiitiiniviiitiiPcUlcnts but not ni HiHin lblt lioiil l nor occur hh III or rurtlmr iMMilnrwt of- tlloatsostuiekcnnsocurosnuu wltIt plra im by npplyluK to Vii HIGHLANDIBorn to girl Everybody is busy puttingout garden stuff and some are planting corn There seems to bo a considerable stir among the teachers of the county try ing to secure schools for the Fall Forest I1rQ did a great deal of dam age In various places lust week burn Ing up a lot of rails for different pco plo Rev P II Ebright preached at the Methodist church Sunday At the night service there was considerable disturb ante by boys running In and out of the house We hope it will not be repeat ed Mrs Serena Cook has joined her hus band at Somerset plisses Dora and Lena Rogers are visiting at Burnsidc Mrs Mary B Lench of Lexington Mrs Mattic Roup of Pittsburg and W JI Grabcal of Somerset wore at Una Graybealfl last week to see his little son Calvin who is somewhat im proved AG Faulkner is now on duty ut Traylors distillery Mrs Rosabel Newsom who has been living In Ohio the past year Is with her brother F A Rogers II F Horton is at work in Louisville Walter Baugh is at home from Somerset- A letter received by the writer from his sister Mrs M J Baker of Keno saw Neb tells of the death of C II linker from that dreaded disease con sumption on April 10th This makes the seventh death In that family from the same cause in Uie last five years Mr Baker was born in Ohio and came to this State when a boy with his father who was n hatter by trade He was married to Miss Bcttio Baugh dough ter of Isaac Baugh and to them were born several children all of whom are dead now except tho two younger sons Madison and Ula who live at Kenesaw Neb Mr B was a member of the Methodist church and served that denomination at this place for a number of years as a faithful superintendent and was always present except when detained by sickness lids remains were buried near Shiloh church Adams coun ty Neb CRAB ORCHARD Col Guest has joined his wife in Lou isville Tho young people gave a delightful impromptu dance at the Springs Hotel WednesdaeveningM Philadelphia the great Irish orator will bo here May 4th to lecture on the Suppression of tho Liquor Traffic Miss Georgia King who attends school at Lexington spent Easter with her mother Mrs Kiltie King Miss Pittman of Parksvllle is visiting her cousin Miss B Higgins Mrs Charles Speiglo of Shclbyvillc Indanll Mrs M Livingston of Chica go Ill who were with their mother Mrs Dooros nt her death have re turned to their homes Mrs J W Guest is visiting her daughter Mrs Doyle in Louisville Mrs Luther C Smith and little son are visiting friends here Annie Yass a celebrated race marc owned by Col James W Guest died Friday liar colt died at tho same time Mr J I Hamilton of Lancas ter candidate for Congress spoke to a largo crowd at tho court house Satur day afternoon Col J P Chandler camo in to hear tho opening campaign speech Rheumatism Makes Life Mis erable A happy homo Is tho most valuable possession that Is within tho roach of mankind but you cannot enjoy its comforts if you urn suffering from rheumatism You throw aside business cares when you enter your homo and you can be relieved from those rheumatic pains also by apply- Ing Chqinberlnlnd Pain Uahn One application will give you relief and Its continued uso for a short timo wit bring about a permanent cure For Halo by Dr W N Craig tho popular druggist Stanford At the Austrian court perishable are ticles never appear twice on the im perial table Thus there are large perquisites for the various attendants one man falls all tho uncorked bottles to another the wino left in the glasses to another tho joints and to another tho game or the sweets Cured rrhagos othe LungsjSeveral years since my lungs wore so badly affected that I had many hemorrhages writes A M Ako of Wood Ind 11 took treatment with several physicians wlthoutany benefit I then started to take Foloy s Honey and Tar and my lungs are now as sound as a bullet I recommend it In advanced stages of lung trouble Foloy s Honoy and Tar stops tho cough and heals tho lungs rind pre vents serious results from scold Ro fuso substitutes Pennys Drug Store NOTFtSI Now York frame flat building four persons were burned to death Eight Filipinos were killed and three American soldiers wounded in a skir mish on tho Island of Samar William Becker a wealthy resident of Milwaukee committed suicide at Mobile Ala because of ill health Fire destroyed the acid department of tho Homo Mixture Guano Company at Columbus Ga causing a loss of is now pretty well supplied with papers It has the Ledger the Times tho Neighborhood News and the Dally Free Press William Davidson aged G3 was stricken with heart disease while climb ing a stairway In Lexington and expired in n few minutes Two Big Four trainmen were drown ed when n freight train plunged from a steel bridge in Cleaves 0 into the Miami river a distance of 25 feet Three men were killed and five mor tally and 1C seriously injured as the re suit of a gunnery accident on board tho French cadet training ship Couronne atToulonOne u crowd of white boys armed with clubs and stones killed John Moore a Negro 1C years of age in Kansas City The white boys escaped and are not known Tune union depot at Flomaton Ala was destroyed by fire Saturday Ed Tucker was standing near one of the chimneys after the fire when it fell killing him instantly The Franklin grand jury after sev oral weeks Investigation finds no evi dence to substantiate tho charges of bribery and corruption in the effort to defeat the rectifiers tax bill The rumors which reached New York of the eruption of the volcano on the island of Krakatoa in the Strait of Sunday and of earth shocks in Java to have been unfounded- A man from New Mexico has complained to Federal authorities in Chi cage that he was defrauded out of 10 000 by John A Dowie A postoffkc inspector is investigating the charge The boys dormitory of the Brothers of the Poor of St Francis Seraphs Pro tectory a Catholic institution near Cin cinnati was destroyed by fire One of the monks dropped dead during the ex citement English insurance companies will lose most heavily on the fire loss in San Francisco the heaviest risks being carried by the foreign companies It is es timated that 93 companies carried risks in that city A Times special from Blucfields W Va says John Wilson was killed and four other men were fatally injured by a premature explosion of dynamite at base Itaive on tho Pocahontas railroad now under construction- In an IS inning game at Wichita Kansas u pitcher fanned 30 opposing batsmen This beats all worlds records for pitching feats At this rate n twirlor could have pitched n 10inning game with only a catcher to assist him preventing him from seeing first base A maternity hospital has been es tablishcd at tho University of Cali fornia where tho unfortunate victims of tho San Francisco fire who arc about to become mothers are being cared for In one night three mothers delivered babies nnd all tho infants lire living One child was born in a public square Human oodhinrks A talc of horror was told by marks of human blood in the home of J W Williams a well known merchant of line Ky Ho writes Twenty years ago I hnd severe hemorrhages of tho llingH and was near death when I bo gan taking lr Kings New Discover It completely cured mo and I have re mained well over since It cures Hemorrhage Chronic Coughs Settled Colds and Bronchitis and is the only known lure for Weak Lungs Kvory bottle guaranteed by Pennys Drug- Store Stanford Lyne Pros Crali Orchard riot and 81 Trial bottle lCeIJudge Wright in the ircuit at Chicago decided that John Alexander Dow ic could not the pulpit in Zion City Tabernacle Sunday as he had do The court after hear ing arguments from both sides held that Overseer Vollva could use the tab ernacle on the 22nd and Dowie Ion each alternate day- Suffered for Five Years with Kidney and liver Trouble I suffered for tire years with kid fey and liver trouble which caused severe pains across tho back and a blinding headache I had dyspepsia and was so constipated that I could not move my bowels without a cathar tic 1 was cured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and have been well now for six months says Mr Arthur S Strickland of Chatta nooga Tenn For solo by Dr W N Craig tho popular druggist Stanford l HUSTONVILLE Richard Downey sold to Tom Gann a 15hand Gallon gelding for 140 C W Adams and Ed Sweeney caught a line string of bass in Green river Fri dayThe cold wave Sunday night caused ice to form in some places but the fruit was not damaged on account of the dry weatherF Sims of Olympian Springs is building cottages preparatory to the accommodation of a much larger crowd than at any previous season Tho first ball game of tho season was played here Saturday between our boys and the K S D Danville resulting in in a scorb of 13 to 6 in favor of the for merA numerously uigned petition for a rural route from Ellisburg has been forwarded to the fourth assistant post master general and endorsed by Con grossman Edwards Hemp is all broken in this section The yield was large and prices satisfac tory Steve Drye coloredchallenges anybody to a hemp breaking contest Ho has been breaking 400 pounds per dayBy request the Chas Wheeler Em porium will repeat the millinery open ing at Mt Salem next Saturday April 28 The ladies and others Interested in this line arc cordially invited to be presentD Allen shipped his usual two cars of hogs and a car of 67pound Spring lambs to Cincinnati last week He paid 41 to Cc for hogs and file for the lambs and wants three more cars this week The prospect for a bountiful wheat harvest in the West End was nevermore flattering than at present The acreage is larger than usual and in many fields it is jointing which means nn early harvest Beginning the fifth Sunday in May there will be services in tho Presbyte rian church each Sabbath during the summer Subject next Sunday morn ing What Hast Thou in the Home 7 Evening One whom Jesus Loved Miss Francis Cooper of Stanford was visiting relatives here Miss Louise Sims of Danville was the guest of Miss Rose Saudidge The Misses Lutes of Stanford were visitors at Miss Lula Bests Miss Jennie Lynn of Stanford is with Mrs John G Lynn Arthur Richards of the Mt Salem section died and was buried at McKin ney cemetery Saturday Ho leaves a wife and three small children to monrn the loss of a devoted husband and ten der father Mr Richards was a victim of tuberculosis from which he had long been a sufferer Anyone having friends living outside the State whom they would like to have invited to visit Kentucky during homecoming week tinder auspices of the Loumillo Commercial Club will confer a favor by sending names hnd address es to tho secretary of tho Hustonville Commercial Club The railroads will give reduced rates for a round trip tick et good for SO days Miss Mollie Walden has returned from an extended visit to relatives in Wayne county Mrs II C Dryo attended the funeral of James Green at Harrods burg Mr nnd Mrs Robert Childcrs of Williamstown arc guests of Mrs Katherine Blain and family Mr Chit dent who is circuit cierk of Grant county married the handsome daughter of Capt Clay Blain of Grant county on the 18th at the Scclbach Hotel Louisville and returning from a short tour stopped over here for a few layj The officers of the new bank met Sat urday and bought a lot Of George D Weathcrford adjoining the hotel on the West side and will erect a twostory brick building 25x50 feet Bids for the work must all bo in by May 3 and the succcfsful bidder must have tho build ing ready for occupancy before July 1 Tho board decided to change the name to The Peoples Bank and incorpor ate with 25000 capital stock all of which was subscribed Several parties were disappointed because their appli cations for stock came too late Stomach and Liver Trouble Cured Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures stomach and liver trouble us it aids digestion and stimulates tho 1111 and bowels without Irritating these organs like pills and ordinary cathartics It cures Indigestion and sick headache and chronic constipation Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and is mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store Cousin Abner offended papa terribly while ho was here said the fluffy girl Oh indeed How inquired tho girlYou know papa is so proud of our familytree and has it handsomely framed on the library wall Well Cous in Abner studied it all one afternoon under the Impressionthat it was a rail way mapJudge Musical Merchandise Violins Mandolins Guitars Banjos Clarionets Flutes Picalos Fifes Ac cordeons Concerlinas Harps Har monophones Music Boxes Talking Machines Edison Victor Columbia UptoDate Records c A full line of all above carried also strings and supplies for all Instruments Italian violin strings a specialty Mr J Be Finley Formerly of Rudolph Wurlitzer Co now with HUGH MURRAY r The Jeweler Danville Kentucky Iflght Goods and Right Prices Corn Planters Disc Yarrows Dray Harrows Walking Cultivators Something entirely new in a Riding Cultivator Dont buy until you see it W H HIGGINSi Special Prices on Buggies nUll Buggy iiarnc + CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY II r fI ATIC At 31250 to insure a lining colt Out of a sister to Fire Clay 230 colt Trotter Foaled 1SH3 Ilred by Lister Witherspoou Versailles Standard Electioneer 125 Uamlltonhm 10 i Arlon 18000 Sire of Anton Green Mountain Itccord 20il 2071 Sunol Maid dam of 9 sire of Nico 20S Palo Alto in 230 i 2uSr Lorna 2 20Sfl5iothers 000Illflj Elision i 217 Nanita 2071 Oro Fino l 2l7CuptIIair 218 eto Harry Clay t 210 0 others Shawmut 004 j Record 22J 1 and dam of Su Record 22Uslr Heroine die Mac I 211 of 0 and dams by IIambletonianawinner of llKU of 4 standard Ky Jetcel1esj Guylor 100 lJenrletta lurlul Emma Arteburn Sister of Firo Dam of Fire by Mamhrino Clay 2iO Clay 230 grand Putchen 68 dam of men etta 200- OWNKUS STATEMENT Atlc comes from ono of the stoutest families in the trotting register one that gave the trotting turf that sensational race mare Harrictta 209 the Transylvania winner of 189X This colt is a good one and must bo seen to bo appreciated Our young stallion ALMONT WILHES will be allowed to serve a limited number of approved mares at 81250 This Scanty Is by Gam betta Wilkes damn Annie n tluxlam of three with records better than 220 a Will also stand the splendid jack BEN BRIGHT at JS to insure a living colt He Is 4yuarsolil 181 hands largo bone and great style McGARTV 1CO Stanford Ky b u lti4iti N N11K Y LN Nti 1tiN Craigs Heroin Compound Craigs Heroin Compound WHEN BABY FIRST BEGINS TO SNEEZE GIVE Craigs Heroin Compound IT CURES THAT HOARSE AND CROUPY WHEEZE AND STOPS niAT RATTLING SOUND 20o Gee AND ttl0O SIZES AT CRAIGS DRUG STORE The Place vo BUY e Garden and Field Seeds Garden Tools Plow Gear Poultry Netting Screen Wire Cloth Screen Doors Hardware Cuttlery Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits catbottom prices George D Hopper Stanford Ky t The Interior Journal E C WALTON JUDGE JOHN WHUGHES of Mercer county a candidate to ropre sent the Eighth Congressional district of Kentucky In Congress to succeed lion O O Gilbert subject to tho action of the Dem- ocratici party 1PROF MATTEUCCI director of the I observatory on Mount Vesuvius in answer to the inquiry of the Associated Press regarding the possible connection an between the outbreak of Mount Vesuvius with the California earthquake said Notwithstanding the distance separating Mount Vesuvius from Call fornia and in spite of exact coincident between the eruption of the volcano and the earthquake at San Francisco 1 believe that a close relation exists between the two phenomena which I consider to be different effects of a common cause The surface of the earth since the remote epoch of the Information of its solid crust has suffered laceration if it yielded to internal pressure thus producing volcanic eruptions and when it resists the pressure of incandescent masses below repro duces their motions which we call earthquakes My opinion is that tho eruption and earthquake have reciprocal and intimate connection whic i is rendered most evident by the present phenomena at Mount Vesuvius and in California Tin San Francisco daily newspapers all of which were burned out are gradually getting in shape to serve their subscribers On Thursday morning the day after the fire the best show ing the morning journals could make was a small combination sheet bear ing the unique heading Call Chronicle Examiner It was set up and printed e in the office of the Oakland Tribune gave a brief account of the great dislUt ter and took an optimistic view of the i future of the stricken city Saturday the papers though still printed in Oakland appeared under their own headings and with a few illustrations showing scenes in tho streets of San Francisco It is expected that within a short time they will be able to replace their plants and present their former appearance THE annual meeting of the Kentucky Press Associaton will be held at Gray son Springs the week beginning July 23 but on Friday of that week the editors will journey to Bowling Green where the election of officers will tak place and where the business of th association will be wound up It is possible that a short trip will bo taken by boat from Bowling Green to Mam moth Cave by the editors which will wind up the weeks outing GEN FUNSTON is in command at San Francisco and has issued orders that any person caught looting shall be summarialy shot Three persons were killed the first day The remedy is heroic but none too severe for those who rob the dead POLITICAL Dan Borden won the contest for coun ty clerk of Pulaski over C M Lang don The ballot boxes were opened and f the ballots counted r Secretary Shaw was in New York Saturday and conferred with bankers- at the subtreasury on the financial sit uation affecting San Francisco Walking Mun Wilson failed to put up his entrance fee in the Second Con gressional district and Hon A 0 Stan ley had a walkover for the nomination The House yesterday adopted a resolution appropriating 1000000 in ad dition to the amount heretofore appro the San Francisco suf ferersTf The Mississippi Legislature ed Saturday A final effort to reconsidertI tho vote on the corporation chapter of the new code was without success and the entire code was adoptedeJThe democratic executive committee of the 10th Congressional district decid- edl to hold a convention at Pikeville August 1 Mass conventions to select delegates t will be held in each county July I 28 1Undcl orders of the governor Gen who was succeeded as adigeneral by lion Henry R Law jn goes on the unassigned list with but 1jutant he held as adjutant general hJm the ranking officer of the Guard Organized opposition to tho rule of the Big Four has developed in the party in Kentucky and the arc forming what is known 1republican Republican League of Its avowed purpose is the de i is termed the bosses of party and strikes hard at Richard ItheErnst chairman of the republican Central Committee Houso appropriated 1000000 for the suffering and homeless in San Francisco and other California towns and gave the Secretary of War the Secretary of the Treasury Secretaries i of the Navy and Commerce power to cooperate with the Mayors of the stricken cities that thevery best results might be obtained in affording relief jl I The resolution later passed the Senate and was signed by President Roosevelt es IC Page in the House two terms member of the Legislature two teems Speaker of the House of Representa tives one term and now Adjutan General is traveling some for a man yet under 30 years 6f age It looks like General Lawrence is trying to catch up with Governor Beckham Frankfort Journal LANCASTER A small fire on the Chute yesterday morning caused some excitement The farmers are all busy now am only a fairly good crowd attended county court yesterday The remains of Mrs Maria Conner were interred in the Lancaster Ceme tery Friday afternoon at 4 oclock She was wellknown here reside here many years agoIMrs Milly Grimes died at the home of her daughter Mrs John Sturrow ir Garrard after several weeks illness She leaves in two sons one daughter and a number of grandchildren The horse show yesterday was cohsid ered by many the best one ever seen in Lancaster Nearly all the horsemen from neighboring counties were here with good stock The horses displayed much style and action and their good qualities were shown both in harness and under the saddle W B Burtons great horse Naboth Jr recently purchased of J R Beazley of Stanford attracted much attention R E Goddard and L C James of Harrodsburg prominent horsemen at tended the horse show A E Hund ley of Danville was here with his good horse The many friends of Mrs Juliet Gill Rogers will be glad to know that she is greatly improved In try Ing to close a transom in the Emery Hotel Cincinnati she fell from a chair and one bone in her ankle was broken and the ligiments much torn Her mother Mrs Pattte Gill is with her Mr William Goodloe of Paris was the guest Sunday of Mr and Mrs D M Lackey J Mort Rothwell and Jailer David Ross have returned from a two weeks stay in Martinsville Ind Miss Ida Ramsey of Huntington W Va is the guest of Mrs D D Gelgor B L Walker of Nicholasville James B Walker of Kirksville Mr and Mrs James Burnside of Bryantsville Mr and Mrs Cotton of Danville and Mrs Tevis of Richmond were the guests o Mrs Ann Walker Saturday the occasion being her 85th birthday Mrs G A McRoberts of Covington is the guest of Mr and Mrs Joseph Burnside for a week Messrs A R Denny R L Davidson and G Chris Farris will leave the early part of the week fore a 10 days stay at French Lick Springs IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Harrodsburg is to vote on local option June 15- Richmond Elks sent 100 to the San Francisco sufferers Six dwellings belonging to F D I Hart were burned at Middlesboro Miss Elizabeth Mahone aged 26 years is dead of tuberculosis in Madison Mrs Sarah E Randall of London while sewing had tho needle driver through her finger making a painful wound and the machine had to betaken apart before her finger could bi releasedHarding Puryear representing Leslie Herndon of Lancaster have sued the Southern Railway for 20000 in the Mercer circuit court Mr Herndon was a mall clerk on one of the trains and was hurt in a wreck- L C Ewing formerly a miller of Parksville has purchased a controlling interest in the Rabbeth Rutherford Mill Company Louisville Mr Ewing will move to Louisville and will be president of the corporation Frank Ball charged with killing Jack Bolin at Middlesboro was given a life sentence at his trial at Barbourvilre jury was out 24 hours lion Jas Black of Barbourville was one of attorneys for the defendant Major E W Liilard and Sargeant- C B Schoolfield have been given two companies to inspect those of and Middlesboro These com panics are in the First Batallion and have been commanded by Lieut Col- S S Morrow heretofore Danville News Is The Moon Inhabited Science has proven that the moon tits uu atmosphere which makes Ute some form possible on that satellite not for human beings who have a mrd enough tiiilo on this earth of ours specially those who dont know that Jlectrio Bitters euro Headache Biliousness Malaria Chills and Fever Jaundice Dyspepsia Dlaztnoss Torpid Liver Kidney complaints General Debility and Female weaknesses Up quailed us a general Tonic arid Appetizer for weak persons andespcclally or the aged It Induces sound sleep Fully guaranteed by Pennys Drug- Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Price only 50o IF you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Concentrated Crab Orchard Water It will do the work For sale by W B McRob erts G L Penny W N Craig Stanford apd C W Adams J G Weather ford Co Hustonville J W Thompson Kingsville Fire at Indianapolis emoted 75 hors Here and There Two men were shot in Golden Gate Parkat San Francisco for insulting women Tho American Sugar Refining Com pany has contributed 10 car loads of sugar to the Red Cross Society for the relief of San Francisco- A hen hovering a brood of chickens kept for the night in the kitchen of W J MefTord at Riplcy Mason county made an awful racket the other night and aroused the occupants who four the house on fire The little town of Loma Trieta fiv miles from Santa Cruz Cal has been wrecked bya landslide Half of the mountain slid down over the town Ten men employed in a sawmill are known to bo killed II Burton Strait former president of the Scott county bank of Jordan Minn was sentenced to five years at hard labor in the penitentiary He was convicted of receiving deposits when ho knew his bank was insolvent Caught Cold While Hunting a Burglar- Mr Wm Thos Lanorgan pro vincial Constable at Chapleau On tarlO soysIII caught a severe cold while hunting a burglar In the forest swamp last fall Hearing of Chamber Jains Cough Remedy I tried it and after using two small bottles I was completely cured This remedy Is Intended especially for coughs and colds It will loosen and relieve a severe cold in less time than by any other treatment and Is a favorite wherever Its superior excellence has become known For sale by Dr W N Craig the popular druggist Stan ford W A Tribbles good mare Kate Malloy dropped a fine filly colt by J C Baileys Preston yesterday PARKERS HAIR BALSAM CltiM lid tnuuiv th tub Iremottt luiurltnt I Never Falls to nto Orajl Hair to IJlJlbtr =Cum tcalp JCtandlUnar trugrl W oN0 H L3tWHiTGS PO6MgQk I S PURITY GUARANTEED Splits Splits SPLITS What Is Splits Find Out Get u bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Splits Made from Epsom Water Carbonated Stops the Dope Habit It is easy Try our Diamond Brand Splits For solo at Drug Stores Soda Fountains Cafes and Saloons Price lOc Per Bottle Whites C C Watqr Company Inc Crab Orchard Ky i Jij1 b pnrltdIn shoes whore comfort is sacrificed for the sake of a newly introduced style You wont be troubled in this respect when you we- 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 SAM ROBINSON = Stanford Ky r L Illnck NAPOLEONI Tnrklimtons IOn lit lnm h Illnc Io2twhuwUnlaouofstllnlldlinlaho Wood Will serve mare nt 110 to Insure living roll Tjmlltitf Urn mnrt forfeit thll Insuriimv Nn responsibility fur iiertilenli K 1 Stanford Ky Two Farms For Sale I wish to salt privately farm of 10 ocritO mills Went of litinciiitcr on the 1uliiKtouplkt It le evil Iniproml nml Im of water nml tlmliur II tenet relNllrI of sere lying mlttwny Imuvcen Ijincmtcr nml Ixouch WI h1tItISIIeA S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberU Drug Store in tho Ovvsley Building IOld Crab Orchard Distillery Whisky Direct from Distiller Any quantity Hot tie Jug or Uarrel 61 fJ gl Orders by mall protaptly shipped OLD OltA8 OUOHARD DISTILLEUV CO Opposite Depot CrAb Orchard Ky Waynesburg Marble and Gran- Ite Works tIARRY JACOBS Proprietor LVnlor In anti Manufacturer of Granite Monuments Marble ItuUrd letter n Hpoclnttv Ollhe and work Wnyneitiurg Jhnlgctt Agt Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard Ky We nro iirviurrtl to wrltu Insurance Life Accident Fire or TornadoA- nd Aotlrlt the budnou of the citizens ol the Knit land None but the lx t eouipnn IP rvpreientixl Office with Crab Orchard Balking Co Hnve talk with ui lx for placing your In Kuriinct of mnewliiK old 10liclpi- LUt your property with us and we ell It for you churning you only n imnll IHT cent GALTON 12910 Sired by OambetU Wllkes ElOit with 101 with records from 2 to S 30 claimed to be tho greatest tire In the world lit dam VIIy Field f of 3 with records from 112 H ts 3 171 by Enfield SVt sire of 6 In 3 30 and dam of In 838 or better Sad dam Quickstep by Kentucky Prince Jrsire of J Q 3 17j Lemonade 2 27H and the dams of 19 In the 2 30 lIt Crd dam by Old Joe lire of tbe dam of J Q 2173f Gallon carrlee the blood of four leading families tlambtetonlati Wilkes Uainbrl brlno Ohio and Seoleys American Star Oalton li a dark bay IS 3S band breeds large tine style action and Only 6 of his colts have been handled fur speed a ihort time one touk a mark of 2 30 tbe oth er fire worked trial from 2 18 to 2 30 lili colts have gone against and defeated the best In the harness clauses and roadster rings one of hi colts haying won a 875 pre mium at the Hustonvllln fair over the rest Comment Is unnecessary as be Is so well known having made all of his seasons at my place 13 In all Gallon will stand at my stable 2 miles west of UuiUmvlllo on llradfordsvllle pike at to Insure a living colt Money due If mare Is traded after being bred Urns af let May lit nt 1390 per month Ihono In residence W DODD Huitonvllle Ky GOLDDUSTNABOTH lly K lUltls Itrsy lolililtiHt lot iliim liy J llntialiniiinx NiilMithttlilatn by Hub blasllnrluwJnldnmhy nMlilfnil of OIIIs Vrriniinl itli diiiii n WIIIII rticv unto h n ml sorrel tlirvrycnrsubl sue ntyli nitlou end form will errs it llmlteit iium bf r nf tnurcutSIUluurencolt HUr KYKTIIK XN1 Hliellnnil utiil lion by llnmllcyi Hint Eyes iiii liliiil In ably form ntyli and nymetry will car n llinltnl iiuinlxT of niiini nt ft to Inmirv n colt My llmt mtxlvl Jack KXOKIXInlt with iKimiht from the tlIIIIllIInrklllMilItI Tivln with n nn Istintl ix llurut1 will nlwi safe u Ilinltwl iiiiiulHT of limn nt it t Insure n cult MiireM pii tiirc at rncr mouth car tnkiii to prlvent ttceldent but not rwiMin lhlc xliould liny Incur Miirvx txirtiil with or tnnUil or halt vUowliiTc forfeits hit In miniiico std inomy UCOIIIIN ii tic nt tin tliiK of triiiiMUtlnn A will to rctiilmtl m colts until wiison IS inilil- My rttfUterfcl Hliorthorn domic bull will Mniiil nt tJII linxli In advance My Jersey hull will Httinil nt run Oimli In lul viinco JOHN ILrAllPKNTKIl 1 O rnborchiinl Ky rwusitu oiulinlf niilin Mouth of Onili or clam oil tho OhiipNirii inp A Otliiiliclm pike HUMMER JR Ray italllon ISJj hands n good Individual with abundant speed lie is Hummer C112 Ilro of liounur 309 Stately Sill Spalpeen 312X Quickly 31IX MOUQ talneer 3it4 peedoniiie4 IS In 2130 Hummer 0113 Is a son of the renowned Electioneer nnd save onM the only inn of Electioneer living that isoutof aOeorgo Wilkes mare and with tho exception of Arlon Is tbe only son standing In Kentucky that has a 309 performer to his credit Hummer Jr sdum UZulma by the great Lord Russell dam Oodlva by Auditor 773 HAPSBURG 509Grentcbncbgnlllon hands high by impGloater and out or a niece by yonder rut Iday one wishing a very high tired coach horse to breed on atitndurd bred mares for gutting style speed nod action should leo this hor- seJESSE ALVERSON Shell and Puny Fine Individual good irecder style and action All of these horses will viand at liD to In I Inre n living colt Will also stand my two Jack utS10 to In lIure mare and 910 by season from jennetdare month which In nil cases must be paid before thev are amoved Care taken to prevent accidents ut not responsible any occur tares traded or parted with makes season honey due J K BAUOHMAN Hustonville Ky ANY B ODYrCan make Vests and Trousers but it takes an Artist years of experience to make a Coat with a close fitting collar the broad flat backs the perfect straight hanging front and that Broad Curved Shoulder like you see in the pictures Few people can do this but youlwillfind it in o- urCriterion COOlS Try them on and seehow much better theyIshape yourshouldersthan other coats H J McROBBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY Iut n little SUNSHINE in your Ironic PKNNY carries n large clock of It conics in quarter pints half pints girls and quarts nt 15 to 7Cc e PENNYS DRUG STORE STANFORD KY xp Call and get 0110 of these If not satisfactory return it anti get your inonS trclljlie7 i1r4 tl 1JtJ t SUITS eJI In Manieh Mixtures Panama null Serge in Alico hue Reseda Black i und Navy at 812 SO SIr and 818 Silk and Wash Waists The waists this Kacon nro prettier than over Plain colors in Tafleta Wnists at 85 and 8050 Wliitn andBlack Haliutai Silk Wnista nt 83 to 050 Wn1i waists in Batirto nod Lingerie Cloth with lace and embroid cry at COc to 8000 160 this seasons newest skirts in Black Grey and Navy at 83 to 810 II STANFORD KY Aniii 24 1900 RUSSIAN Corn Curo removes corns in four days lOc Pennys Drug Store 4 PERSONALS JOE T EMURY ln Lexington on business MK J T CONK of Somerset was in town Friday MR HILL SPALDINO of Louisville spent several days here MRS FILED GUCCI of tho McKinney section is with Mrs W S Jones BORN to tho wife of Nov I M Omcr n 12IIOUl1d boy Farrnr Omcr J N PARSONS L N ugentnt Hal soy was hero with his mother Friday MRS MARY J COCHRAN cnmo up- sI from Mercer Saturday to visit relatives e THOMAS MCMILIX of Lancaster i was hero Sunday en route to Livings ton R It GENTRY spent Sunday with his family and returned to Lexington today MISS JflNNIE MOKINNBY of the West hid was here with friends Sun day KIXIAR WILKINSON Is back from n weeks fishing in Casey Ho had good luckG T A8HLOCK and Col Lanham vent to Indianapolis yesterday on bus ness MR Julia T MENBKEB of New Or leans Is with tho homcfolks for a few days PROP AND MRS J W IRELAND spent Saturday with her parents at t Danville O SQUIRt JAMES A DUDDERAR Is rapI- dly copvalcsclng and will be out In a few days SAM HARCIS NEWELL of Lincoln county is in tho city for a few days Somcrset Journal RICHARD HAMPTON will leave tomor row for Hot Springs Ark to rid himself of rheumatism Mil JOHN LEwiS THOMAS of Mid way spent several days here the guest of tho MUses Englcman t tiDa W B PENNY of Danville is f upending tho week at Mr David Scotts on Dix river and doihg a good deal of I fishing MR Audi McRbnKRTS who has been with his brothers here for some time returned to his homo at Spanish Mont yesterday Mil J C PBlTLEq wife and dough ters Misses Mamio and Jennie of tho Prcachcrsvillo section spent Sunday with tho family of U S Traylor MESSRS GKO D WEAREN and Geo H Farris went to Liberty yesterday1 N the former to sell buggies and the latter to see the eights of Copys capital RBV P J toss and Mr E T Pence London yesterday as dele went up to gates from tho Methodist church hero to the district conference which is In session there MR BOWMAN OWtNS and Miss Mary Ellen Dudderar of McKinney attended the performance given by n Royal Slave Co at Opera House Saturday night MR J H BAUOHMAN of Stanford was hero last week Mr Sam G Cos tillo of Stanford Is the guest of hiss parents Mr and Mrs Mike Castillo Monticello Outlook Miss MARTHA MBNEFEB of tho School for the Deaf Danville spent Sunday with her parents here She was accompanied by her friend Miss UIggs of Cynthiana OWSLEY returned to Co MR E P lumbus Ga Sunday Mrs OwsleynndM- IIUI Mattio Hays Owsley will join hjm Pearl Burnside in a week or so Miss will accompany them to remain some time E D KENNEDY came up from Jal to seo his family- before they leave Knoxville They will only reside there until Sept 1st 5 Mr Kennedy will continuo to stay at Lakeland as a guard BARNBTT and Mr Frank MRS BKTTIK Barnett attended tho burial at Harrods burg Friday of Mr James n Green their relative Mr Green was a son of and lived for many GreenMrs Ella l i years in tho West End MESSRS FRANK B CARR general N at Lexington W agent of the L H Harrison traveling passenger agent ot the L N with headquarters at Lexington and Fred D Bush division agent of the same rend with Cincinnati were hero Friday office at with Mr Joe S Rice c LOCALS POLES shades and laco curtains at Severance Sons I SEE II C Ruplcys samples ofspring and summer clothing FOR SAL tClcnn stock of dry goods and groceries This office SEE that Paris flour and blue lino of tableware at Georgo II Farris EVERYTHING new and desirable in white waitings and embroideries for same at Severance Sons ton storeroom on Lan caster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office TilE Graded School baso ball team defeated tho Male Female Seminary nine 33 to 14 at baso ball Friday TUB L N will run another J175 excursion to Louisville from Stanford Sunday May 20 Train leaves depot hero at C15 A M TUB Misses Cooley have opened n dressmaking establishment over Christs church on Lancaster Street and cor dially Invite tho ladies of Stanford and vicinity to call and see them A tho perform ones given by a A Royal Slave Co at Waltons Opera House Saturday night The performance was descrying of much better patronage M J FANNING tho famous temper anco orator of Philadelphia will speak at Hustonvlllo Friday April 27 at 730 P Subject My Country and Yours What Shall it DoT No charge for admission Everybody invited MR A C ALFORD who is building a lot of houses for tho Coleman Mining Co at Blanche Bell county writes that ho is getting along nicely but needs moro men Those out of positions might secure good jobs by writing to Mr A ford at once SEEING that the managers of Wal tons Opera House wero having trouble in getting enough lamps to properly light the big room Saturday night Messrs L M Hucy and L R Hughes voluntarily loaned ono of their splendid gasoline lamps Their pretty store was considerably darkened by their clever ness but it was an act of kindness that tho management will not soon forget AN election of three trustees of the Stanford Graded School will be held Saturday May C The terms of Messrs T D Ranfcy H J McRobcrts and Gen L Penny expire and tho trustees elected will succeed them Wo move that these gentlemen who have labored faithfully as trustees bo reelected without opposition Their good work for the school entitles them to the hone or KILLING AT Pol lard a policcmaa was shot and almost instantly killed at Lancaster yesterday afternoonby Jill Humbcr whom he had arrested earlier in the afternoon for selling whisky In the fight Hum her was shot by Pollard and baldly wounded Ho Is in jail now with the chances against his recovery When Pollard arrested Humbcr he showed fight and tho officer struck him a severe blow on the head This is supposed to have caused Humber to renew the trouble Pollard was fearless man and a good officer He leaves a wife andnino children AT a meeting of the charter mom bers of the Danville Scottavillo railroad held at Danville for tho purpose of electing officers tho following were elected President R W Leach Cin cinnati first vice president J F Al len Cincinnati second vice president F P Combest Liberty general manager John G Taylor Chicago secretary John D Follitt Cincinnati treasurer J B Brown Liberty The compa ny is known as the Allen Mining Smelt- Ing and Refining Company and is organized under tho laws of Georgia with n capitalization of 5000000 It Is now operating largo mining industries in Georgia Virginia Tennessee and North Carolina says a dispatch A surveying corps has qcen at work on the new lino near McKinney since last Thursday and considerable territory has been gone over The work of construction will ho begun about May 20 and BO miles pf the lino will probably uo completed by September Thoroad will bo 100 miles in length and will open up a country rich in coal and mineral r JJ A ReliefI to the tired house wife or thdsc who dislike to sew is the opportunity to hay ReadyMade Clotliee This department of our store is growing all the time and we now have a good line of this seasons newest styles in Suits Skirts Waists Vnsh Suits Wiwh Waist c The variety of our showings nod the beauty of design and reasonableness of cost has been favorably coin 1I1cntcclon by those who have wen them CARPETS mattings and druggets at Severance Sons DIG line of buggy harness just opened See it J C McClary SEE our slowing In suits skirts and Spring wraps Severance Son WANTED A good blacksmith Write to B W Leigh Kidds Store ALL kinds of plants lettuce tad dishes etc for sale Ed Hubbard IT will pay you to getourprices on seeds and fertilizer before buying t It H West Co Junction City Ky TUB wife of Jerry Wade the colored shoemaker died Saturday She was a good old darkey and had many friends among the white people MR J C BISHOP an experienced druggist of Versailles has charge of the drug department of my store Give us a call J H Dunn Paint Lick PATRONS of Dripping Springs will be glad to learn that Mr and Mrs Spears Fisher and his excellent wife will man ago that popular summer resort again this season PUIILIC SALEOnSaturday 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 admr Time barn David Thompson of Garrard burned Thursday night and six mules and one horse 400 barrels of corn a lot of hay 11 sets of harness a new buggy and many other things were consumed The loss on the barn and feed Is about 2500 with 1000 insurance The mules and horse be longed to Hayden Leavell and others MR W L NEAL formerly of More land but now vlce president and mana ger of the Southern Boy Gold Mining Co near Kimberly Utah in remitting for his paper says Snow is 10 feet deep hero and no signs of Spring can be seen By the way we hear that Mr dealand his brother Mr P L Neal have struck a bonanza in the above concern and are rapidly growing rich A FRIEND in need is a friend in deed Such a friend is Mr James F Cummins the gentlemanly senior mem ber of tho gents furnishing ftrr of Cummins McClary Our gasoline en gine got contrary Friday morning and Mr Cummins who is a jack of all trades and good at all came to our res cue and started it to running It took him some time to make the little thing behave itself but he succeeded in doing so all the same AGENT R B MAIIONY has received letters and telegrams from allor his companies assuring him of the fact that they are abundantly able to meet every dollar that they are liable for in the great San Francisco fire and that it will not interfere in the least with the business of the companies If the Continental should lose two and one half millions of dollars in the fire they will have at least 15000000 of assets left The safety fund law under which this Company operates and have special funds on deposit In New York would protect every Continental policy holder even if two more cities should burn Mr Mahony represents none but tho strongest and best companies STONE Judge William S Stone of Monticello died suddenly Sunday night at Jamestown of a stroke of paralysis He was born in Wayno county G3 years ago The first year of the civil warjhe entered the military service of the Con federate States and served faithfully mid honorably until the final surrender Ho belonged to tho only company enlisted for the Confederacy in Wayne countyn company which was disting fished for the gallantry of Its officers rod the individual bravery of its men In this splendid organization Mr Stone was noted for calm courage vigilance and unswerving fidelity After tho close of the war ho studied law and en aged In the practice Ho repeatedly held the offices of county judge and county clerk of Russell county Ills brothers lion George E Stone J Bryan Stono and Judge J Boyle Stone and his wife and two children survive Judge Stones mother wasbljssAmanda Owsley of Lincoln county a daughter of Hon Bryan Owsley who represented his district in Congress over years since FOR sheep shears of all kinds go to George II Faris ON account of the Spring races at Lexington the L N will sell round trip tickets from today until May in clusive for 230 WITH black frost yesterday morning and white frost this morning the pros pects for agooa fruit crop in this sec lion are not Haltering NOT MADE DY A TnUSTThe Walter A Wood Company has no connection with any trust or combination It is the worlds leading independent manu facturer of harvesting machines It offers you the opportunity of obtaining reliable machines without contributing your support to monopoly E T Pence CHURCH MATTERS Rev J G Livingston writes that ho will preach at Holdams Mill next Sun day morning at 11 oclock Revs L M Omer of this place and G W Mills of Hustonville will ex change pulpits next Sunday morning Evangelist Geo F Smith of Evans vine Ind will begin revival services at the court house here this evening at 730 Everybody is invited to attend The hearing on John A Dowies application to make permanent the in junction restraining Overseer Voliva from administering the affairs of Zion City and Zion Church was continued in Chicago yesterday until May 2 Rev J L Owens resignation as pastor of the Baptist church at McKinney was accepted but the members gave him up with reluctance Tho church requested him to continue until the next meeting of the South Kentucky Association and he consented to do so Bo just before you are generous- is as good as Holy Writ if it is not Many people make a show of gener osity whilo withholding just dues to others Last Sunday the Rev Mil ler at Camsville Mo announced to his congregation last Sunday morn ing that a collection for foreign mis sion was about to be tauten up but that he wanted no member to give a Pay your local debts first he said and then pay the debt you owe to the heathen Heport has it that the missionary collection was small but the respect of the congregation for the preacher was increased Every preacher should discourse at least one a months on the text oOwo no man but to love one another MATRIMONIAL In Laurel county Charles and Finley Cornelius brothers married Misses Su die and Lutie Parseley sisters Charles Lewis and Miss Annie Boone were married at the courthouse yes terday by Judge R C Warren Walnut Flat was married in Rockcastle last week to Mrs Lottie Forbes a daughter of Mr and Mrs Alva Marct The second wedding resulting from the Taft expedition to the Philippine Islands took place at the home of Mr and Mrs Do Frees Critten at Grymes Stapleton Staten Island when their daughter Miss Mignon Critten became the wife of Congressman Swagcr Sherley of Louisville A Luoky Postmistress- Is Mrs Alexander of Cary Me who has found Dr Kings Now Life Pills too the best remedy she ever tried for keeping the Stomach Liver and Uowels In perfect order Youll agree with her If you try these painless purifiers that Infuse new life Guar anteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard Price 2JC As a result of the earthquake Steven Davis of Columbus Ind has an artesian well spouting 30 feet high on tho well was spouting and has contin ued so over sinc- eDevilss Island Tortures no worse than the terrible caso of Piles that ullllcted mo 10 years Then I was advised to apply Buckluns Arnica Salvo and less than box permanently cured me writes L S Napier of Bugles Ky Heals all wounds peens und Sores like magic 25c at Pennys Drugstore Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard d t 6 MuslinWe uro showing the best made line of Skirts Gowns Drawers and Corset Covers made in this country Special values in sample corset covers o A FLYER J 40 dozen Indies long sheave Vests and Lace Trimmed Pants in very elas tic ribbed lisle for earlySpring wear Heal value 05 oiir price 2oc for all size 32 to 4 AMERICAN LADY CORSETS in the short or long shapes to suit all figures L SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I elandyesterday RrNTThe greeted 1tCASTTRGeo hislbutcher moved waterrfs Underwear OUR DESIGN Is to give the best Boys Clothing for the least money That is why we sellIPerfection the clothes thats built We are showing some nifty novelties in the new Spring styles that com pare most favorably with the best in Mens wear Each garment sold un der strict guarantee to please Prices 150 to 5 per suit Sizes 3 to I 6 Mothers let us dress your S boyxmrmmm CUMMINSMCLARY t s1 tiNiN1MTNNNMtiNN TNNK +111111111111111 If II II t nit 11111111 Ulilin SHOES r I We were delayed awhile in getting our line of SHOES for Spring on count of the inability of the acito fill our order Y We are now prepared however to show a full line of Ladies and Chil drens Shoes and Oxfords in new and correct styles at the right prices We have the KrippendorfDittman line of Shoes which is an old and es tablished line Every pair guaran teed S ee LMHUEYCODry 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY r tlllltlttIItt tltttttttllIIIIII 9 r The Interior Journal Entered in the PottOffice at Stanford at ltCOn clau matter ronnsuno TUBSHATS AND FIUDWH R AT 5100 PER YEAR CASH W When not so paid SlOO will be charged Strawberry Plants For Sale Ihnvotho following vnrletles of Htrnw berry Plnnts for sale llnverlnnd Hubiick Oaudy Jessie Ohn Mlln1 Bnindywlno nm othervnrtetlrer rib 00 Iller l1nl I also huvo or n dozen pigeons thut f will sell chenii If nil nre tnkcn Jolmsox Klngsvllle Ky INSURANCE Fire Lightning WlndFltorl1tUfA IInd Accident None uUhe nnd BEST Rcprecllted LowtetPos slbla Rates Guaranteed Lose tayingt ulc ordiDncqunllca Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No err 35 Farm Mules For Sale All brtkt and nativt bred You can SOS them by calling on me I G Fix Livery Feed 1 Sale Stable Danville Ky BD CARTER Successor to Bruce h Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STCNFOHD KYISpecial attention to Commercial Men Your U elicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pens In Connectionsr New Hustonville Firm w Having bought of McCormnck t Peacock their Groceries Hnrdw we 801ldtC share or tile pntronng of the vest pie We nUo have connection n nlll Meat Market mid Lunch Counter We will buy good butcher stub nt highest market price and having n splendid meat cutter weI eanif urntsh you with the best We nlso i alt kind of country produce i BISHOP LIFPH Hustonvlllo Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Wh rendymnde clothlna when th nrIs so little difference in the of high grade roadymnde suits yonliperiencds your mensurement tnkeu tailor I have u hnndsome line Hummer goods I can make from n low price business suit to the finest dress suit Also overcoats trousers nnd fancy vests The company I represent Is ono of the best H C RUPLEY the Tailor Qax1 Traylor DIALIR IIlliskil Brandy Wines Beer Cigars Etc KYClosePrompt and polite attention NothaRtlbbe lairlak Milt phone cr telegrsp orders rctlrs iromptsttcntlon r Attention Farmers I 1Ihave just received carload or- S0 tOIli ofri The Old Homestead Fer tilizer- h has a worldwide is un excelled as n crop producer It sells on its merits For tho lauds take trilllI KingsvilleKy x cekarg t i Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarneseSaddlery c t STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 107 Home Phone 35 J L Beazley Co Undertakers and EmbalmI t era Also Dealers in FurIniture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT I A pair of Simpson county mules sold last week for 575 J T Embry sold to Mark Hardin 130pound hogs at 5Jc J M Crnig sold to Hoffman Bruc I 03 102pound hogs at GJc Hoffmann Bruno sold to Ben San dens of Mercers 21 bullocks at 3678- J W Coyle of Madison county sold to Tyler Hampton two young jacks for C Nunnelley delivered to E P Woods a bunch of 140pound hogs sold a month ago at 5c Wanted to buy the seasons of 25 or 30 mares Will breed to jacks M S Baughman Stanford Thomas Davis of Winchester sold a pair of road horses last week for 1000 The animals were perfectly matched L B Givens has sold his nice black gelding to Mr Ed Halsey of Louisville for 18750 Harrodsburg Demo crat R F Paullof Columbia sold his registered thrQe year old saddle stal lion Kentucky King to Mr W L Grady for J B Foster fof Spears Sons is paying five cents per pound for WOO crop hemp can furnish hemp seed without any string on A pony was sent here by express from Alabama to be bred to Jesse Al verson the beautiful pony of J K Baughman whichis making the season at M S Baughmans Rams Horn carrying top weight 118 pounds won the Queens County Handicap at Aqueduct Saturday with tatte the outsider in the betting second and Race King third W S Gibbs shipped from Springfield- to W J Davis Pittsburg Kan five of the best jacks ever shipped from Washington county None of these jacks were sold for less than 500 and some brought fancy prices LANCASTER COURTA fairly good crowd attended Lancaster court yester day but stock trading was slow A few extra good cattle sold at 3J to 4c Hors es and mules were not much in demandc The horse show was fully up to the av erageIC A and Dan West are the boss hemp raisers of Jessamine county On 12 acres they raised 20955 pounds of hemp which brought them 101745 an average of 1746 pounds to the acre This is perhaps the best yield ever in the county making a fraction over 87 per acre on the landJoumnlc Out of the corn crop of 1905 may be expected a generous surplus for export either in corn or its manufactured proI ducts or in beef and other packinghouse products An assured crop of over 270000000 bushels or a crop greater tHan ever before harvested worth on the farm approximately 1000000000 promises an Immense contribution to this countrys export trade during the fiscal year 1906 The largest Incubate in the world with a capacity of 15000 eggs has just been completed by W P Hall of Pem broke N Y says the New York Her ald It is 102 feet long and four feet four inches wide Partitions divide it into 100 compartments each accommodating two trays The trays have wire bottoms and hold 75 eggs cachI To fill the incubator a single time with commonnot thoroughbredeggs would require an expenditure of 6000 for s of the requisite freshness would cost 40 cents a As one hen covers 16 eggs for hatching the incu bator does the work of 1000 fowls or has tho capacity of one hen sitting constantly for nearly 10 years m Grip Quickly Knocked Out Some weeks ago during the severe winter weather both my wife and myself contracted severe colds which speedily developed Into tho worst kind of la grippe with all its miserable symptons says MpJ S Eglestonof Maple Landing Iowa Knees and joints aching muscles sore head stopped up eyes and nose running with alternate spells of chills andt fever We began using Chamber t ales Cough Remedy aiding the same with a double dose of Chamber loins Stomach and Liver Tablets und by Its liberal use soon completely knocked out the grip Sold by Dr W N Craig tho popular druggist Stanford By the census of 1900 San Francisco j tad a population of 782 From that time the hats increased ac ording to the estimates to 475000 the city is 26 miles long and six miles a vide In 1900 there were in it 50494 Tame and 3881 brick buildings Tho witsSuefated a frame building is safer than one of brick But the buildings were a ready prey to the fire which fol owed the earthquaker IThe Richest Manan the World The richest man In the world can tot have his kidneys replaced nor livem vlthout them so It is Important not to icglect these organs If Foleys Kid ley Cure Is taken at the first sign of dun er the symptoms will disappear and your health will be restored as it strengthens and builds up these orI tans as nothing else will Oscar Dow nun Lebanon Ky writes I have i used Foloys Kidney Cure and take treat pleasure In stating It cured mo icrmanently of kidney disease which lertalnly would Uavocost me my life cnnys Drug Store t a4PYry For Sale Privately situatel t House has 7 rooms kitchen and ser anIJ P DAILEYI BLACK HAWK 16hnnd black with white points will Iw venrsntd Jan Will stand lit s for mnre to Insure llvlnR colts nnd Jennets for tho IorterjnckPHlITON croiS of his colts have nil lieen fNII black mind nil sorrels IS to Insure n living colt Also twoyoung JackcomhtgSyenr ohls will serve n llmlteil nnmlterotKentlo nmn free IL II KINO lon llItld Ky V NABbmBy Nabotb bay tourpern old und much flncr than his slreso well known In this part of tho Ststo us a breeder of speed style nod durability nab Nora Nor val bv Moral 2141 a son of EleCtlonpc 121 Nora Norral s first dam by Metronoll tan son of tlambletonlan 10 Biro of ueo and 2d dam by Mam brlno Starlight 3rd dam by Oliver 4th dar IIlhIdividual with a pedigree as One as any horses Stands 1591 high and weigh 1200 pounds Will make the sea son at R O Pettus near Preachersrllle at f12 80 to Insure a living colt Monty dm when marA Is traded or parud with or bred to another hone The black jack J K BAUGHMAN by Tarklngtons Napoleon will make thi season at the same Ito to Insure a living colt He U 16 2H high and ham proven a good breeder Mares grazed at 250 per month which In all eases must be paid before they are re RodCare taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur J MJtR0 PKTTU3 PreachersTllle Ky Antecarlo 226 12 Made over Versailles track in winning race Sired by Anteo 216 12 that sold for 00000 at public tale First dam Mary Ann by Hailstorm 813 son of Mambrino Patchen These two crosses produced The Abbot 203 14 chanr ion trotting gelding of the world 2nd dam by Independence son of Andrew Jackson lode pendences dam by American Star The American Star and Andrew Jackson blood is responsible for Cresceus 204 14 the champion trotting stallion of the world You see Antecarlos two top crosses are responsible for the fastest gelding two crosses are 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 15 34 hands high weighing 1170 pounds fine style and action Will stand at Sio to insure a living colt BUCK VARNON Dlack Jack with white points 5 years i6t hands high1line breeder and great individual A jack of fine bone and action Will stand at 810 to insure a liv will also stand the young jack ABRAN 3rd at IS to insure a colt He was sired by Ahran 2nd and he by an imported jack Abran srds first dam by Velocipede 2nd dam by Imp Palermo 3rd dam by Morengo Mammoth Lien retained on colts for season money Mares traded or bred to other horses forfeits insurance and makes season money duo All will stand at my farm on Somerset pike four miles from Stanford Mares grazed at 12 per month Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur- WILLIAM M FIELDS Stanford Ky DARE ALL 2086The combined stallion will make a limit edseason 1906 at Lawn Mere Stock Farm 24 miles west of Jlustonville Kv on she Dradfordsville Hustonville pike near Carpenters Station at 15 bf Insure a Liv fog Colt Mares traded or parted with for insurance and money becomes due at time of suph transaction Lien retainedon colt till season in paid Mares grazed at 250 a month Grain fed if desired at reasonable rates Uills must be paid before removal of mares Mares entrusted will receive my personal attention but I will not be responsible for accidents or DK CR1PT10SFoaled in 1902 i5l hands high dark bay with one front and rear foot white star A Model of great beauty with short back long neck deepwell sloping shoulders and with great style as one would expect from reading his pedi tree Good bone fine feet and legs wonderful stamina Attractive by halter un ter saddle and in harness with that graceful movement that belongs to himI y inheritance from a line h9 most famous ancestry of saddle horses ha world has ever produced- YED1nitEaSired by Dignity Dare No- 9S51ol 5 A S H R he by Chester Dare 10 be by lilack Squirrel 58 he byI Hack Eagle 74 he by King William 67 by Washington Denmark 6f he byI iaines Denmark 61 he by Denmark FS at dam Fannie Me 2739 by Red Squir el 53 2nd dam Motile Good by King WII Ham 67 3rd dam by Devenports Oliver Th Dignitys 1St dam by 367 A T H R be by William Welch he by Kysdiks Hambletonian 2nd dam by ibdallah Messenger 3rd dam by Gillj Vermont RKMAKKS In offering the services of are All to the public I take occasion to stale without presumption that I have been a breeder and handler of fancy sad dIe horses for 25 years and experience bas aught me to know and appreciate b high class one Dare All is tjie result of careful lainstaking breeding and comes as natural of mating Iht very best mares with the foremost stallions the State has afford ed Carrying about 25 per cent of King Villiam blood a greater per cent than any stallion in service in the Stale King Villiam being regarded as preemi lent for fancy saddle and harness horses Dare All sired by the now coming famous Dignity Dare he in turn by Chester Dare following a long list of sires every one a great show horse out of mares that were qually as famous as show mares and his dam Fannie Me the greatest show mare ever owned having refused S 1000 for her I think entitles him to the careful conr deration of all prospective breeders He s now just being started to the saddle aking to the gaits as quick and handy as any I ever handled I think he will be a grand show horse when finished See him before booking your mares C C CARPENTER hone in residence Hustonville Exchange i ASHLAND BROOK eNo IITM Vol IT A T It It hrvil by Kuituiu Muck or UorRitowu Ky Anlilmul Brook wn tootIFniiiUKE Hlrid by HlTont Drools No Iwx rvfonl il Mrw of Mnrgiinl llathKnteS licttlc llrook nl 2t17p l7tFllldttand Itnnnlnit HriMik 53 Hllent Drool lrvd No attN th ilro of Konrcli IlKlitJ tli rirlKhtllKht SiiHi niul V 2auy Darknlglit ulnil by No rpconlaa7 Anhlunil llrookn lei ilani lllini 2tiriiiNlikes1710 ht by lleorge VIIUci secant tlnlll skin hilly by lrotender ham not tllllll by Jim MominKa NOTR Ashlnuii llrook In a Immlnomoftl low with lots of nulntiuice limit Ixilil or KOIIIK with lots tlrtistyle11ndnetto0 IIllhcllluhorlido Nobel tills reason nt 1 to Iniuru u Inv tug colt lenmIt 111111KeenenUhhlotrlllclpolln 11111ltlIt stands full Id Iniml with whltu ixMnU nnd in limtlr b uii uriMHc ln luulu or Jciimt Jnekbliroltialways bringing the hlghiit prier Mnni trmli0 iwirtil with or burl Iwwluro for felts the Insiiriuico and money iHvoinix duo nt the time of inch transaction KING EAGLE I No 85311 NandiIdglmdnrklxlygee sill the gaits with plenty of ipevd style niuliictlon hrh2INxinglutestmt by Kiiitlf llirtl he by Did Klitic Ku hyIInrrlIVltlHlam by Jim hell thoroughbred tltlllOlljnrnitsnll Imvlng plenty of situ nnd notion Klmiqlnglowillnt our tltalIe two ninth omlmlf hlraytst thlowJIIIIKIOIIdnm by th0lmipJolni VelUneconddnmby hillhhillekthe Hliv of the colt that J K Ilrnco told hut Pull for I2X Jim Keene will serve mnrent tin to insure n living colt l or further iMirtlcitlnri rail on or address HT lIAHItlH KIUIT WOOK- rtIhonen Itlnga Htnnfonl Ky ELECTION NOTICE H Riilnr t riii of the Lincoln county court held mor wildc unlyontluM2thilnyol Xliinli lt rnient n O Wnrnn Judge Wmlv IVrklimd W llromiunh M 0InROil Morris Jusr 1Viimun aad many other IKtttloniis to ritnbllsil n tended Common school DHtrlct It iiiiiHiirliii to tine court thut n tltlon 111II Perkins II W Itroimuuh Morris Josh Wll on J O Mc- 1V1Nr1Nr W U hull J Edmiston H K rMfn MM IlilllltM J A jHllonl H A WJMoore O II llnrrls A T 1Vntmduo Oununlne and other IcRiil voter und tnxiuiyvrs of ju tlc dis trict No of IdneolcooittKywas Illiit with niul le fort the JudKv of tint Lincoln tin uulnr term iww of the- Llneulnc0uutyCourt oskinghint emditl common ncliool with Its iKMindnry us follows IloKlnuliiK on L A N It II iUW fcvt Routh of mile lots t L 110 when In no Iwtwttii Win Mink nnd tho Out miili helm croMtt said mllronil tlwMicv with thle IniiM to tlui Ml Vernon rood thcnrc with the MtVfritoa road to where lino i Iwvou It U fucii and K J Irlxvl comes to snld road thencK with their llm lu the leap ntrOrwk rt ithenci with opwr lurk of llx wild river lit wfinervthellselwtwenIllclutrui WII ton and the Iluchnmin livlr inane Mid rlir UiPiiro with tht Wllkoiliind Jluclinunn line to tin Full lick rued thtur with mild rural to the Cn Otrhnnl nnd l anm tvr turhplki th nnrHuutliwi t Mild turnpike tb wheru crosses Dlx lllver theticv with JIll River to tilt Kvnni fonl nUiut milt Iwlciw limit KocktliencfiittntlKlit line peruse the LuiufonlA Hlmw fotrm boon on Mime to water ante on town branch on line between Kittle Klnu and the linfonl A Hhnw fiirm tine tin town lrtimli to whore the county roiid rrouox tiiine thence with tie county rviid to brlilic In twecnthe lioUMof II J Hlaiby end Unr Kdwuriln tltinei utrnliihl acmes tin lninUot the Iliym1 bvlni John tech und I J Hinltti 1lhu corner whirr Janis of add Hmlth Aliriiluim liDlrii und T IVnnliiKtoii JelnlmNlel wllh 1tw11 Hlllllh all IViiiilimton to the Htaiiford 4 Crub Orchard owIisuld pike to when lino liietwr of Mrs J IL uwnloy add the Aliriilniiiu helm cranes rams theniH th line of Owtiry amid tbrutinais 1Ilr to this IVnnliiRton line tinHi with the lino In twiHn Oniley cruel rennliiKtou norms 1t-N IL It nrCUilvort las IMI South of mile oat I limoiloiiblo thorn tne on wild ihonro from until thorn treo turornor Nslun Owsloy IrorKf llolmo and Hcntt to the county rixiil thenre ijunt with tit county rued to where line twtenCharlns lit dd and the Marlon Hunt corner to acme them with tholr wlinn Hunt U ild and Muck ltohnrjnnlmi tlionoo u ntrnlilit Iliii1 ncrtiM tlu fiirm of Milil Ilolmon niul J II Oiirixuitir liiiHullntt teiuint home m fiirm mind realdoneo on lIIf1nhr OIlIhlllllIIIUIIIllktJllboutW from lIltlllIlrrl to Mono corner on Houth slur of 1 U Ander on himie includlni AndorkOiiH houte wiser AnilerMin nrieii tornnlIullii llnfonl Join theiuo with An ilernonnnd Itufonl line to n emus corner whore AnderMin lluford mid Moriiin Ihnp IHII Join thane with line iHitweon Cluii ll mid llufonl to chentmit link corner whorti Ilitlil sued Lincoln lahsiOuJohmihnnccii1omhu tlimit iiiTOHH thi limit of mail Tom lUtlilkey Including ItaniKoys nil ton pal lit oiiCrnb Drchnril t HomerMt road ulMiut U yank Houth of snld luuuteye hours thence line iicrtMi the lend of IUnn oy nod Tamp Anilor on to sold Andertoiis liotmo liiilnilluK uiliu theiimiii line IHTOM Inside of Aida on and J M Ailnm to 1lllIt when AilnniH Kluli nnd the Munk farm Join thence wltji the line Intweiu luck ii list the lilt inati heln thelico with the Inn to the t 11llftlIt tin Ui fur till nrliool arms of mill ilUtrlvt lit in till n xrnt com nun school hail Idlmig of slid Dlxlrlct So a5 which In located In till town of Cnsli Orcli ml at or nlMiiit the n lnt of tint Junction of LiiiiciiNtor Ktreet with the Fell Lick road mil It further that tutu site rrtIIltdtolit not ixcfnliiiR inilesmoist lrllIHl1lIotrletmid fMtltlonorHiire xleys ri mil reKldent of mild proposed uradoil com non huhiKiI district and of JIHUCUN ilUtrlct No2of Llntoln county amlllt further up rlug tint tilt c utility ia utrndcut him ndoniil on sold lt lit Still Isle uiiprovnl of iiime niul thin u majority of the fru toon of ucli common school illttrlft that will In mliraeiil within wild prnliosod xmiled com lion KChixil district In or In part liiivu lidornod their approval on Mild Ktltlon irovldod by law And the court iHInit sow idvlnil mid nitrooliii with potltloiirrx to xmndary Ordeal the flierllt of this oiinly Its and ho In hereby ordered to cuter IKill to oMiieil mud mi election held at he present hehoolnoiiM of comnion whool llotrlct Nol locatiil in this town of Orub irchard on Saturday the VUh of April limk Iho sumo IKIIIK vt and none after he ontryof this order for he of king tin teii of the legally spilt Ii llell vhltit voter re ldliiK within tin boundary of the told proposed Kradod ragmen nchool llstrirt whether nhall llvlydannn must his or lOuentiioneachllui of projwrty iHsiUHod sold projiosod graded common uhiMil dbitrlct iMloiiKlnu 10 whltii voter list coriMirntloinaiid u tax of lion each vliltu main Inhiibltantof td1letrlet of thu ge of llIrfor thu of extalilbih nit and ninliitnlnliiK n graded conimon lUhool vldsrl byjiiw Thu onhersuftimid election will emit at ho name time election to Iw hold for the lection of llvo triHtfoHinul thY will make etnrn In duo form of law of tho result of aid election lit the eurllent practicable mil within the tlmu lroUOnumti rc ulrwl by IIWJIlyJiis 1 IJIII 110IA Oopy Attest vr l i ClK Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January f 1906 24600000 = OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIREOTORS J B OwHLcr Stanford 8 U HIIAKK Stanford 0 W OAIITKII Turnertrllle W II CUMMIMS 1roachvnvllle L U Uoocii vyajnoibur W TiUTLOii OlloerU Creek It L UUUBLE Lancaiter W 0 WAUCCII Stanford J U tosTtn Stanford W II SIUNKI Stanford J R PAXTJX Stanford r Wn itiHctrnlly solicit the nrcounti of Iii Uvl lnnU Finite und Lorponitlon Itink nnd Itnnkcri niil lire pmrnrwl to fiirnlli nil liixiltori such necaiiiinoilntlnn ne are coiuUlrnl with mifj banking Mo li rn Safety iKinnlt Hostalll our vault for lUll of our uslmnors First NationalStanford Kyi BankCapital Stock 50000 This Institution was established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In HtIhctf reorganlt rd as the Natloual Hank of Stanford In 115 and again reorganized as the First National Balk of Stanford In U82 having had practically an gamier rupteJ existence for 41 years tl Is better supplied now with factlltlea for tranlat tog business promptly and well than ever before In lu bug sod honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cer poration Solicited i month to er to i It K t O r tlalting lb tll or Orchard t Officers J HOOKER PMII p T lUiuim V J J MOKOBKUT0 Ubr II f Held UnrIU 8 T Harris Stanford J locker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnnet U P nitnore Stanford 511 Ilktifhtnan Stanford T Ji BtaafordIII Stanford J rettui Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford rti J rwrlllirfrentrrri ltat r tl II HOMEYou tiro now plntming BUILDERSyour house to build this feaaou IIIDont forget tliceo fncU nlxml Tin tooling FIRE I FIRE I FIRE I you know the feeling lies wonl5 give n iIf vou have a tin root there will lio 51ier IDoof fire fit your hdllfC When yutt think propertyI it will hwt it1M tho cheapest and beet to consult me and e before 011 IHALDRIDGE I I SUftt I tf111aaas rtatl r rl ttllaalrlla J f4e OXFORDS You need them we have them Everybody knows the 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 W B Perkins Dan Agent Stanford I NOTICE IIrhu1 I will until May luw Ml family Kit toiiHiiillrmplaii water nt llvo for 3 mid will Hllllltl tab unit name water UIIIII wliuro do not hnvu to gdluuuTryNol Box Ky EGGS EGGS EGGS Ilflllouthll1l1Ck Hllver IIICII iamlottaand hlnck JIIII hlnut of deltvrred frvlofcharge Ntonfordl Lnniintcr Oral Those Inter mind VluwlPoultryFnrtnlruoherevlllu r Pre W WKAUKNAitChn Directors J it Crab Orchard 0m Kentucky II Hester Ky INSURANCEPlace set and strongest compass in the world Se9anel tulkwith U M will show you tho policy best adapted to your ago and promptlyred R M NEWUNU Agetft Mutual Life IiiBiirnuco Co of N Y Organized 1843 t