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I v I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IYOL XXXiV STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 27 1906 NO 17 IN MEMORIAM t With a heart In sympathy with those who mourn and over willing to give u comforting word to those bowed In grief I chronicle tho death of Mary A Doores which ocurrcd at her homo in Crab Orchard April 17th 1900 Mrs Doores was before her marriage 1 Miss Mary At Thomas daughter of 14CapL Thomas Thomas of Bourbon county She was born July 11 1831 When seven years of ago her father emigrated to Cass county Mo and set tled near Pleasant Hill She united with the Christian church when 1G years 1otd and lived true to her profession dur her life On May 22nd 1831 she was united In marriage with Dr Wm Morris Doores who with three daughters Mrs Sallie Coulter of Colorado Mrs Lurah Spci gle Shelbyvillc Indand Mrs Leila Livingston of Chicago survive her Dr Dooros moved with his family to Crab Orchard in January 1879 and had lived continuously there since In all these years Mrs Doorcs had been a faithful wife mother and friend fast ening herself so closely and tenderly in the affections oCher family and friends r that when the summons canto Tor her hto depart and nil earthly ties to be sov their hearts wero crushed with grief but she recognizing thu call as being from her Heavenly Father felt that sho still had a mission to perform In the few moments left her in this life and calling each member of the family and especially granddaughter Miss lid Holdam whom she raised from ear tlychildhood and on whom her affections k seemed to linger separately to her bed side plead with them to meet her in heaven uttering with her last breath How sw ot to bo with Jesus This assurance is sufficient to comfort nch ing heart in the thought that she has J1gone on just u little while before wait give you a sweet and joyous greeting where you may one and all bo with Jesus HUS H Boston women havo discovered the reason why children take to spectacles 1iat a tender ageu It is due trey say to careless nursemaids who sit about tho public gardens or Commonwealth avenue and let their charges sleep with the sun shining full upon their faces Sun baths are good as a hygienic meas ure but optic nerves are sensitive and not to bo trifled with and youngsters who are unable to call for u sunshade have to seek slumber with their eyelids under tho glare A crusade should be started agaln this practice of blinding tho darlings says one ma tron of tho Hub Sho is going to give morning talks with warnings to moth ers that they must instruct nurses to screen ittlo pewuma eyes Consa CUll fIll Corn Exit will posi lively remove corns in four days Tho treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund the monoy to each and every customer whoso corns aro not promptly removed i with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect euro Is not speedily cIToctud G L Penny druggist Stanford K- yLOOK I Dont and Hiimnur tat until Im110ur14llflllll lullllinry tiooil lot of nlm ru halt newet Ih s Irlrvi right ruiN nub flip mud stv Ilioni Mim JOKKI AMIKIIWIN 1renchorvllle Jy HAVK YOUR colts castrated by T F Gross Crab Orchard Ky tho well known cas trator of horses and horso doctor Phono In Residence RED REXomblntMl liillmnayt flroliUIautlfiil Mir t hoe wlillfftHlt lalinmUiiiHl mm loe- luIlllylenet1On1it mud brvtslInK mltlo hint tit rook Itt4lf1 by Ilex 1111111 ho bw lUx MclioimM II INdluu by JllIl1l1klIlhf toiiiirtvlnt him stoletun1TbItIior will only nllnw IIIIIIIIIr flare- IUYI IIKNMAJIK eonhinel Ktniifon- lniuitlfiil will brown nmiihl j Ifl liiimU wfluhl 1jm poumln Id li a lino wi ll inn riverirwMuciiiIKiiiruiKKltoyiil IHiinmrk xlrol h nmok Ihtve be hy Jr ho by olil htiuuWHll IstiUmby Kworti I iliim by 011 IVnvlnc This I n type of tin Miilillu horse Hint In fllIIIIIIIIIIIIxllllll in ICen huky lilm you to him liWlW HIII IONII Ho II a br wi ioinliliuKl Rtiillloiil a IlIrIIIcIIIr ImmlN TliUlNU hurt with net Inn and Ilmldl and n prnvwl brivlT- lKi i iKKKHlrl by tavIiIRfolkhe by MmlHrJIin Imm by to Inure JIM 1OIITKH any Jijik ISIniiuUin limyl orof Tlt llllt tririag will chow lourc IIIUUNOIIA It hlnek Jack laual rtil Jnck linn inmlv novpriil WHMHIII In tlili roomy Jfk ii terund to imiM r Inturc- iiIONHI1IKHbinekJnekIBhnnd ThhI- n gcel and In mi extra t oaluudelnckglyhIghlgeuitplcfly- Or red ildI1 Jt thief tlionlHiVoilook will ninki tho sell stilt ill 111 lit fnrni nun nillo from Mo oti tllr die Kluaey Mlilll liirit ldnelflleickInthiIIrediltcI tin nut1uMato liisnylmrtlmt I tin at goat II iuly MIIII In IIIIltlll lu nil on es will till tin nlmvo tick what IIIIL U fiwil or iiiurtt piirtocl llmturo furlllhIClllt u niiitorinblf prim All euro tnkon to preye nr U nl but real ro hlHiiHlblisiouiiiiiviAHV ono furtliur ptjillKftHi of till Klek c11 ur tire by npllulI fl 1KlnaII t z Ky Meaning of Proper Names Susan Is Hebrew a Lily Alma is Latin the Kindly Guy is French the Leader Margaret is Greek a Pearl Job is Hebrew the Mourner Rachel is Hebrew the Lamb Paul Is Latin the Small One Edwin Is Saxon a Conqueror Lionel Latin is a Little Lion Lucius is Latin tho Shining One Clara is Latin the Bright One Hugh is Dutch tho Lofty Man Jacob is Hebrew tho Supplanter Ernest is Greek the Serious One Eunice is Greek tho Fair Victory Peter is of Latin origin tho Hock Martin is Latin the Martial One Gilbert is Saxon Bright as Gold Ruth is Hebrew and means Beauty Florence Is Latin the Blooming One Sophia is Greek and means Wisdom Leonard a German name is Lion like Arnbella is Latin tho Beautiful Altar- S rah Hebrew name moons Princess llosamond is Saxon tho Rose of Peace hairyManAgatha is a Greek name the Good One Isaac a Hebrew name moans Laugh terMeredith is Celtic the Roaring of tho Sea Agnes Is of German origin the Chaste One Moses n Hebrew Name means Drawn OutaMatthew a Jewish namo signifies a GiftEdith and Klitha are Saxon Hap pinessOliver is of Roman origin an Olive TreeEugenia ahd Eugcnlo aro French Well Born- Douglas Gaelic signifying Dark Gray Daniel is Hebrew meaning God is Ifldgc James is of Hebrew origin tho Be uilcr Harold the Champion Is of Saxon origin Roxana is a Persian name the Day DawnEesther is a Hebrew word meaning Secret KINGSV LLE Squire Adams held court lronday Eld J G Livingston of Crab Orch- arl filled his appointment hero Sunday reaching two splendid sermons Mrs Dan Nester moved back to her home here from Stanford in order to bo near her son Claude who is a C S employe John Hvcrard Crelghton formerly of this place but now of tho Norfolk Western terminal office Norfolk Va will bo married June 1st to Miss Bessie Marie Morgan Mr Sim Rignoy wife amt baby are lit homo from Wilmorc They will make their homo with her father here Their bally Master Harry has been very II- Ibut is somewhat better Wm M Tueney master of train was hero Monday Cecil Gooch is working at the new tower Mrs Ed Swee ney of Junction City was here Satur day Robert Walter of Lancaster his been with relatives here Mrs C M Thompson has returned from Cincinnati with a fresh lino of millinery Dr Thompson has returned from Cincinnati and Columbus Rev Harvey Glass of Somerset was tho guest of Mr J A McKeo and family Messrs Florence and Hill of Stan ford were visiting attorneys hero W L McCarty wife and son wero over from Stanford Sunday Will Carey spent Sunday with his family here Wm Lane and wlfo and Mrs George Rigney went to Cincinnati Friday shopping The C S has mado it very convenient fcr our townsmen by running No 9 into Kingsvillo every Saturday night One can have plenty of time in tho city without staying over more than ono nightTH Rheumatism Makes Tife Mis erable- A happy Lana Is tho most valuablo possession that is within tho roach of mankind but you cannot enjoy Its comforts tfoti aroisUtTerliig from rheumatism You throw aside business cares when you enter your liOmo and you can bo relieved from those rheumatic pains also by apply ing Chamberlains 1aln Dalm Ono application will glvo you relief and its continued uso for a short ttmo wll bring about a permanent euro For sale by Dr W N Craig the popular druggist Stanford Tho detective This is a plain caso of suicide Tim CoronerHow do you know Tho Detective Why here in his hand is tho bill for his wifes Easter hatJudgeA aid Negro was lynched at Oakwoods Tex for attempting to criminally assault a white woman NEWS NOTES Tho 11 banks of Oakland Cal havo resumed business Shelbyvlllo people sent 300 to the San Francisco sufferers- A serious outbreak of plaguo is reported from Northern India The oil fields of California escaped damage from the earthquake Three hundred men were thrown out of work by a mine fire at Salinoville 1 Dr J T McMillan one of tho best known dental surgeons In Kentucky is dead atParis- The United Confederate Veterans are liblding their ICth annualreunion in New Orleans- A sackful of mail tho first since the Frisco disaster was received at the Chicago postoffice Two men lost their lives by an ex plosion which wrecked a building at Bloomington Ind Convicts at Frankfort sent 10 to the San Francisco people who suffered from tho earthquake and floe Citizens of Central City have sub scribed 30000 for a new courthouse and expect to raise 20000 more Co Danington K West a native of Lexington t died at Denver of pneu monia following a cold contracted while playing golf J If Fitzgerald a railroad contractor of Huntington W Va wits shot and stabbed to death near Curve Vu bngang of Italian laborers Tho Odd Fellows lodge at Frankfort will celebrate its 87th anniversary Sun day Rev J 0 A Vaught formerly of Danville will be ono of the speakers Raney Rector went to sleep on the railroad track at Bowling Green and was killed Elmer Woods met death In tho same manner near Ft Branch IndGen Greely in his official report of tho loss of life at San Francisco places too number of dead at 277 Ho does not believe this list will be materially Wellman the newspaper cor respondent who will next June make an attempt to reach the North Polo by dirigible balloon has sailed from Now York for Europe The governor general of Voronezh Russia has hastily gone to the village of Diewitza where it is reported Cossacks have killed 19 and wounded 50 persons in suppressing disorders JIalf of the reserve fund of the Lon don and Lancastcrshiro Fire Insurance Company has been swept away by the Frisco disaster but the stockholders are advised to accept tho situation with calmness i The workingmen of Paris are preparing for a big eighthour demonstra tion on May J and the movement is causing much alarm in France The authorities arc massing troops in Paris with a view of being prepared for any emergenciesArrangements havo been perfected and papers will soon bo signed for tho erection of a new office and theatre building in Lexington to cost 300000 Tho theatre will be leased by the Schu berts and their standard attractions will bo played there In a proclamation Issued President Roosevelt urges tho American people to send their contributions for tho alle viation of the distressed in San Fran cisco directly to former Mayor James D Phclan chairman of the finance committee in San Francisco instead of to the American Red Cross The remains of John Paul Joues were deposited with appropriate ceremonies- In the crypt in Bancroft Hall Annap olis where they will rest until the com pletion of the chapel which will be their final resting place Addresses wero de livered by President Roosevelt Ambas sador Jusserand and Gov Warfield Tho Court of Chancery at Trenton N J appointed Charles M Myers of Newark receiver of tho Telegraph and Telephone Company of America a largo holding company with 30000 000 capital stock The liabilities are placed at 925562 composed largely of unpaid assessments on stocks The as sets are 2051171 but of uncertain value Nervous School Children Statistics gathered by various School Boards show that a large percentage of school children suiter from different forms of nervousness mild or exaggerated Some showed a tendency to melancholy others mental depression and many tho nervous twltchtngs of mild chorea or St Vltus dame Most of these troubles can bo overcome by proper food sufficient sleep and Dr Caldwolls laxative Syrup 1epstn It Is a universal childrens medicine be nauso if good foot Is eaten It in lures that tho food Is properly digested and indigestion and nerve poisons properly thrown out It Is pleasant to take and safe and sur In results Try It Sold by Tennys Drug Store Stanford C W Adams Hustonvllle at COo and 81 Money back If it falls IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The wife of Smith Young is dead in McDaniel Is dead at Bcnge Clay county The attorneys for Frank Ball have filed a motion for a new trial at Bar bourville Mrs Euphcmla Poguc the aged mother of Mrs JtH Tinsley is dead atBarbourvlllc Aaron Smith a prominent farmer of Whitley county died suddenly He is supposed to have accidentally taken rat poison which he had been putting out on his premises Lebanon Is to have a Chautauqua this summer over 2600 having al ready been subscribed for the cause The dato sot for the meeting is Juno 26 to July 6 inclusive The double tracking from Somerset to Science lull is going on with much rapidity Several miles of grading is completed and before very long the track will bo laid Somerset Journal Danville Perryvillo and Harrodsburg capitalists have a movo on foot to or ganize an independent telephone com pany for Doyle and Mercer counties The concern will be capitalized at 25 000 and the largo part of this amount has already been subscribed Tho promoters hope to get the franchise in Harrodsburg as the East Tennessee people have been In trouble over a new franchise id that city W G Prewitt of Perryville is the chief promoter of the independent line Odd Bits of Information Londons Lord Mayors have during the last decade collected more than 100000000 for charity- A dispatch from St Johns states that the sealers harvest in tho Arctic seas this year amounts to 337000 seals The city council of Buenos Ayres has adopted a regulation banishing itiner ant musicians from the streets of the city Travel In the interior of China by means of houseboats costs about 5 a day It is popular with European tour istsThe king of the Belgians makes one appearance at public worship in theIcourse of a year This is on the which commemorates his accession the throne toI Linotype machines are being put at the Bank of England and in the fu ture the addresses on the dividend notices sent out will be printed Instead of written by hand A smoking prize was won in the Con cordia Club of Berlin a short timejago by a man who smoked half an ounce of tobacco In a pipe of a certain specified size In 18 minutes The neW Virchow Hospital in Berlin will have 800 beds Tho total cost of construction will reach 5000000 The attending physicians will have salaries from about 1400 to 8000 a year Caught Cold While Hunting a Burglari an pro vandal Constable at Chaplcau Ontario says I caught a severe cold while hunting a burglar in tho forest swamp last fall Hearing of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Ixtried it and after using two smith bottles I was completely cured to This remedy Is Intended especially for coughs and colds It will loosen and rollover severe cold in less tine than by another treatment and is t favorite wherever Its superior excellence has become known For sale by Dr W N Craig tho popular druggist Stan ford Prof Matteucci director of tho Roy al Observatory succeeded in reaching the crater of Vesuvius He describes the spectacle as of great grandeur The diameter of tho crater which before the eruption was about 100 feet is now about 5000 feet There is no eruption of incandescent stones as before the recent outburst but a small quantity of ashes is being ejected Tho cone which before the eruption rose 6000 feet above sea level had diminished about 800 feet- Suffered e for Five Years with Kidney and Liver Trouble I suffered for live years with kid ney and liver trouble which caused severn pains across tho back and a blinding headachu I hutj dyspepsia and was so constipated that I could not move my bowels without a cathartic I was cured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and have been well npw for six months tI says Mr Arthur S Strickland of Chattanooga Tenn For sale by Dr W N Craig the popular druggest Stan ford e Gen John B Castleman recently disposed 6f Eugenia and Magna two of the best known saddle and park mares In Kentucky for 5000 It Is said that these animals will grace Eastern boule vards after May Musical Merchandise BanjosClarionetscordeons Concerlinas Harps Har r TalkingMachinesUptoDate Records A full line of all above carried also strings and supplies for all Instruments Italian violin strings a specialty Mr J B Finley Formerly of Rudolph Wurlitzer Co now with HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville Kentucky I ight Goods and flight PricestastiCorn Planters Disc Harrows Dray Harrows Walking Cultivators Something entirely new in a Riding Cultivator Dont buy until you see it W H HIGGINSSpecial Prices on Buggies and Buggy Harness CASK HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY s ATIC At S12SO to Insuro a living colt Out Of a sister to Fire Clay 230 BayYcolt Trotter Foaled 1WM Bred by Lister WitherspoQ Versailles Standard 4 Arloti 18000 Record 207i sire of Nlco 2OSi Loma 2 Mi Flanella 213 SanTelmot t10 Elision 217 Nanlt- a2litCaptllalT 219 I others and dam of Lad to Mae 3 2111 1003SHenrietta Maria Sister of Firo Clay 20 i Electioneer 125 Siro of Arlon 2071 Snno- l2081PaI0 Alto 2OSM57 others and ol 111 Munette Dam of Arlon 207f Oro Flnb 218 etc- ShawmutWU Record220siroof of 4 standard performersMercedes Dam of Fire- Clay 230 grand dam of Hari etta 2m t Hamlltonlan 10 Green Mountain Mil id dam of 0 In 230 Nutwood 000 nccord218tInblem ytk Harry Clay 45 Record 229 Heroine by Hambletonlan 10 Cuylor 100 Emma Arteburn by MumRrlno Hli iliun Iciiiilo JoluiMin liv Hwrtt Owou tlinroiiiilibrc htiiinil iltini of hello Isle 2SiIroimi t2 221 HLlrnuelSthdam Iux by Viijjimr otli ilnm Hutttrfly by Hump o dillJunotOwxuns STAn UNf Atlo comes from one of tho stoutest families In the trotting register ono that gave tho trotting turf that sensational race mare Harrietta 2091 tho Transylvania winner of 1893 Tills colt is a good ono and must be seen to be appreciated Our great young stallion ALMONT WILKES will be allowed to servo a limited number of approved mares at 61250 This beauty is by Gam betty Wilkes dam Annlo B tho dam of three with records better than 220 Will also stand thu splendid jack BEN BRIGHT at 8 to Insure a living colt He is 4yearsold 161 hands largo bono and great style McCARTV CO Stanford Ky ti1 1 NhN1 N KCraigs Heroin Compound Crams Heroin Compound WHEN BABY FIRST BEGINS TO SNEEZE GIVE Craigs Heroin Compound IT CURES THAT HOARSE AND CROUPY WHEEZE AND STOPS II THAT RA1TL1NG SOUND L oc 50c AND 8100 SIZES AT CRAIGS DRUG STORE The Place to BUY j Garden 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 Stanford Ky a The Interior Journal E C WALTON JUDGE JOHN WHUGHES of Mercer county Is Ii candidate to repro sect the Eighth Congressional district of Kentucky In Congress to lIon O 0 filbert subject to the action of the DemI partyti Tim surviving wearers of tho gray l their wives their sons and their ilaug ters and many of the sons of thdsc who f died in tho defense of the Lost Cause assembled in annual reunion in New 1Orleans The first days exercises were with many patriotic speeches of the kind that stirred the souls of the assembled thousand Gen S D Lee commander in chief of the United Con federate Veterans presided at the meeting OF the 105 counties in Kansas 85 are without a pauper 25 have no poorhouses and 37 have not a criminal case on the docket Women in the State attribute this condition to the fact that they have had full municipal suilraf since 1887 If they can prove this letI us have general woman suffrage at once If people can be good in Kansas on account of it how many times gOOd they would be in Kentucky THERE is a great difference between the resources at the command of the Confederate Veterans and the Gran Army of the Republic The latter has all the money it needs and more be sides According to Adjutant Ccnei al Mickle the entire receipts of the t Confederate Veterans were 650805 Ptbarely enough to cover expenses shaved to the lowest figurer I HAVE always tried to be a faith ful servant of my constituents and think I have been I was elected Senator and have done all I could for my country andmy State and whit 1 want is an endorsement said Senator a McCreary in an interview And from the present outlook he will get what he so greatly desires r THE first bolt of cherries from Cal fomia sold at Philadelphia at auction t for 2440 They were sold singly and brought from 50 cents to 105 each Over 520 commission merchants coi tended in the bidding The money ob tamed was forwarded to the Red Cross t Society for the San Francisco sufferers ONE result of the San Francis fdisaster is surprising that of wed A great number have result ed Women driven out of their homes and left destitute have appealed to tho men to whom they were engaged and immediate marriages have been effected So again does good come out of evil THE salary of the county judge of + Laurel is so small that the present in trycumbent has been compelled to go to cwi farming to make a living We are ot in position to say whether or not Judge f Pennington is paid according to his J ability but he is certainly a poorly paid I official fA DAUGHTER of the RevolutIon jfprayd at the meeting at Washington those who did not have such no tble ancestors as we have This is al equal to the Pharisee who thanked God that he wasnt like other men r1NEAnrx100 places of worship were destroyed in San Francisco The fury of the catastrophe seems to have been directed as much at the good as at the evilttPOLITICAL f Senator Tillman made another unsuc icessfuleffort to have a day fixed for the Senate to vote on the Railroad Rate bill Col J W Rcnfroc formerly State t r Treasurer of Georgia and postmaster in Atlanta under died at his I home in Sandersville GaIJohn Temple Graves has announced his withdrawal from the race against Senator A O the United States Senate from GeorgiaS President Roosevelt sent a message to the House yesterday recommending an appropriation of 00000 for work J at the Mare Island navy yard tTheKansas Democratic State con nominated by acclamation State officers headed by William A Harrsformerly United States Senator Democrats are preparing for an ac tive campaign in Oregon with strong hopes of carrying the Legislature and gaining two Congressional seats at the r June election Complete unofficial returns from the Sixth Alabama district primary received by the Birmingham News give I Capt R P Hobson a majority of 495 over Congressman Bankhead 1h Anent President Roosevelts muck f raking speech the political world is discussing the possibility of the formation j of a Roosevelt party embodying his ideas on the questions of the hour tInvoluntary bankruptcy proceedings Chicago against DowIe individually Ransom E Walkers the petitioning creditor presented claims which involve 7000 f lsaction threatens to disrupt zion City in its present unsettled state t f L r J Here and There J B Straub a St Louis millionai killed his brother Charles Straub About 125000 has been raised In America for the relief of Japanese famine sufferers Nine of the 12 Italians charged with the murder of Railroad Contractor G II Fitzgerald at Curve Va hao captured Allen Parker defaulting cashier of the First National Bank of Tullahon Tenn pleaded guilty in the Federal court at Nashville For the month of March 1906 the collections of internal revenue amounted to 30491990 a gain ovfer March 1905 of 1108761 Another suit has been filed in Nash villq to enjoin payment of the 100 000 subscription voted by Nashville lo the Tennessee Central railroad Military and police officials at Paris France say they are prepared to meet any emergency that may arise during the proposed labor demonstration on May Another earthquake shock was felt in San Francisco Wednesday afternoon It lasted about one minute and while caused considerablo alarm no serious damage was done It developed at the Northwestern Mutual Life investigation in Milwaukee that the company paid Judge 4ndrew Hamilton a fee in 1903 for securing a reduction of tax assessment in New YorkAccording to the Department of Commerce and Labor wholesale prices if commodities were higher in 1905 than at any other period in the 16 years covqred by the departments investigation CHURCH MATTERS The loss of the Methodist churches at San Francisco is estimated at 500000 Rev C E Powell will preach at Mc ormacks church next Sunday at 11 t and 3 r M Rev T D Latimer of Springfie wilt assist the pastor Rev Gilbert GlaSs in a meeting which will begin at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning Rev Dr Peter Harrison Whisn for eight years secretary of the Board rf Church Extension of the Methodist Episcopal Church South died at a hospital in Baltimore- Delegates from England Ireland Scotland and Wales and from every section of this country are in Philad phia participating in the 200dth anni versary of the organization of the Pres byterian church The meeting that has been conducted at the Baptist church for sone time by Rev Joseph T Watts closed last night with 61 additions Twentyfive were baptized last Sunday This has been the most fruitful meeting the Baptists have ever held in LondonLondon L0 cal MATRIMONIAL Miss Mary E McGIone and Ji- raynor were married at Nicholasvill A judge at La Plata Mo in denying divorce to a man of 19 and a woman of 17 recommended that Uieir parents take them home and spank hem Dr J G Bosley a prominent phye cian of Lancaster was married to Miss 1Florien Bright one of Richmonds most harming girls and a leader in Madison society says a dispatch The number of marriages in San Francisco has been materially increased by the earthquake People who havo to be earthquaked into marring ought not to be thrown into a divorc court by any less cataclysm Couriei Journal Activity Is shown without any disagreeable er elTeetby Dr Caldwclls laxuthe Syrup Pepsin in going to the seat of your trouble when you arc victim of Constipation Biliousness adache Indigestion Dizziness etc gently but firmly drives out the Sons that are causing your illness and braces up all your internal or- Aans to do their proper work Try it Id by Pennys DrUg Store Stan d C V Adams Hustonvillo at 500 and SI Money back if it fails Oh city of the Golden Gate The nation mourns your lot The place where you did loom so great Is now a barren spot But in this land of liberty True courage never dies And but few brief months shall see A greater city rise Devilss Island Torture- o no worse than tho terrible case Pl1es that allllcted mo 10 years Then was advised to apply Bucklens Arnica Salve and less than u box nanently cured mo writes L S- Naplel of Rdgles Ky Heals al1- woumH Burns and Sores llko magic at Pennys Drugstore Stanford Lyne Bros Crab Orchard b you torid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Cpncen trated Crab Orchard Water It will do the work For sale by W B McRob- erts G L Penny W N Craig Stanford and C W Adams J G Weather ford Co Hustonville J W Thomp son KSngsvillc I bf t llff 1 1 rti Last week a friend ofmine advertised for a hired man says a writer in the Buffalo Times A stalwart young Ger man answered As he walked into the barn ho addressed my friend with lucy mister will you job me Will I what asked my friend Will you job me Make mo work yet Oh I see you want a job said my friend Well how much do you want a monthI you If you eat me on der farm 1 come for fife dollars but for 25 I cat myself at Schmidts THE names of the contestants are beginning to arrive Prot J W Irelandsent in a largo list from Staf ford yesterday and ho writes enthusiastically of their prosptcU of winning some medals lie will brim a ball team and will do his best to take the flag away from ML Sterling as will several other schoolsHarrodsburg Herald Insurance Commissioner Prewitt has Mott Ayres of Fulton Fire Marshal LINCOLN SQUIRREL tied bay black points IMi hands high heavy mane and tall good blOck with long iraney tapering neck well set In bleb taoujit ed shoulders a combined hone head and rOD htm a model under baiter Wonderful ttvle in harness n show lorso sure he Is n middle Mine with five dtttlnct galls fast nctlng rack or good In two walks and nl floper very positive In lilt trot under saddle sod In burner great all around action a II requited for an to date slrn of high price horses for saddle or harness he Isn sure enough harness horse graceful ityllsb and fast Lincoln Squirrel was by Marlon Squirrel 908 by old Black Squir rel 158 bo by Black Eagle 74 ho by tIng William 67 Marlon rqnlrrels tat dam Green Mountain 2d dam by Kdwlu Forest Llncon Squirrels lit dam Kate McCallster by Messenger Hrect a tall brother to Maudo Messenger record 21161- 2d dam Marla Depoo Mambrlno Stai light u full brother to Lady Thorn 121 3rd dam Mollie Crow Helms Yorkshire thoroughbred Dlack rqulrrel his grand tire is the street more noted saddle horses than any other horse in the world such as Highland Denmark Chester Bare and lted Squirrel Lincoln Fqulrrel will bo allowed to serve a few good mares the season of 1901 at lltniev Bros livery barn at 213 to Insure a living colt 1hone J U nRAZLKY Stanford Ky I WHITES PURITY GUARANTEED Splits Splits SPLITS What Is Splits Find Out Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Splits Made from Eprom Water Carbonated casyIsale at Drug Stores Soda Fountains Cafes and Saloons Price lOc Per Bottle Whites C C Water Company Inc Crab Orchard Ky ij1 hrim lted In shoes where comfort Is sacrificed for the sake of a newly Introduced style You wont bo troubled in this ro spect when you we- arALLAMERICA 350 SHOES 400 They aro 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 SAMROBINSON Stanford Ky Two Farms For Sale I I wish to Roll prlrIlymy nrin of 110 ncro8a miles Vrst of Jincnslcr on the lAIn Iniitnnptko It Is woll IUlIU nun hll o and tlmUr Well fOlllttl and liulldlllK In Kooti ru nil unimproved tune of ucr lying mldwny iMlwion limcmtrr unit Ix liiKton pike loud outlet WIJ 1lrana Ollllhlt TlHUUlUN Mnrktlmry Ky A S PRICE Surgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCK Office over MclloberU Drug Store in the Owsley Building Old Crab Orchard Dlttllltr Whisky Direct front Distillery Anr nnanllly Hal tie Jug or tUrri1 II SIIO f3 and II Orders by mall promptly- Pp OLD ORAn OHOHAKD DISTILLERY CO Opposite Depot Crab Orchard ICy Waynisburg Marbla and Grin its Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor dealer lu nnd Mnnufnctim of Granite Monuments Marble llaUrtl 1ttere n Hi clalty Onlm nml orlla WnynuauurB Ky IL lmluVUAKt Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard Ky Ve nro propnred to write Iiiiurnncu Life Accident Fire or Tornado led solicit tho huflnoM of the cltUons of Ihn Knst Knd Nona but the bout compni leu represented Olfico with Crab Orchard Banking Co IInvi n talk with us lnforo plnclnR your III iiirnncA or rf lUWliiB old policies List your prajwrty with us and wo Kll It or youchnrKliig you only n small pvrrvn Commissioners SaleLincoln Circuit Court nrtor llrjrricxHUCoiiipuny et ill 1111 UN vsj K Ciir uii ot ill iHfrnniiiijB No tI of M- oiunuuunttunludgntcntof the 111I101n Irriilt court nindcrvU In tilt nliovp tllctloii tin undorsl iutl nnutrrotuulh- r of 4dQ SioNUAVM AV JWW Iktwwa l and 2 PII In rout of tin cOllrt Iouso door In utnnhrtl Ky will lit public utcry to the IIIIt mill last bidder till nil otnte hnllInfttr tleorllI or w UllIlh liiTrof iu iniiy tot nveesMtry to mitliy tho lUius nicvxutry to ItIIlIz lirrrlu Tl lUius iictckMijy till rrnlUnl front this NIl ire the sum of sifnod lnloiv l tbirwi it sls rcnt loom June in luu nml 1hl tsutlilsiictloiiunUth further shut nnl estate intMillon1 In In Ilncol iiunty iinil In Imuuilml on till Ntth the funds oft W Uiirwin Ado Cnrnoi- II OnrHiii Jiinie nr inoii the liiinl JH Murphy on tlifWwl by tilt IjiiuU or jlr lIhlI Oil thwuouthliy the Htnnfnr nOllllutulIlIle Tim saile will Iwuiiiicreilltof nix inontl the purchuHr will tw ntlul to 1111 upprnt- tdetlrltypriynbletOCaurlrnring Intfrw- t tin rote lt r rulI tlntt jduilo IIntlllhl- OEO U SAUFLEY M CL C C Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Murphy DInwIddle et ill IMnlntlTTn vn oln Morton ct ill I1l1fllIillnt8 Notice uf aleParsmmttuUJndgeliumt of the Llnool Ircult Ootirt reiideriHl nlxive oth1 1IItl01lilt the FVhrunry t rlllltlllll the uiiiln IRIIII fomr will on MONDAY SIAM II IWrt otwcn and l t e MIII front of the court oiiMMliMir In HtiiilforU IcyMII nt publl utrry to thu hlKlifnt and btil bidder tli nlIl rotate lirnlniiftir iIoMTllxil fur th tilt jailers there Itse of IIhhlolllllliollll tlr Tho Mild real cpttnti In sltuiil i li Incoln County Ky urnr Tnrnomvlltr nnit nt i M lIttrufUlIlilklIUlltjlollIlr1I1111 N Iat lbelee11aph2lhikstoasstunn r i the ccnti1If poles t wtrs 1 link to thebglmitnrnutnbdng rulfth i mure or kiirtliH hPrtuf nn iicrv rived tltlo to tbo iilMirPilonrrllHil mil nt TolinC Dliiwlilillo who nc iilrct IIIIltnrltunity Till pun hnar will Ix riiiilrnl to BV hllllli for tho puroluiKO price with npprovii runty having is fort mid Idoct of idKineiit Tin boiidn will hit Dlnwldillt the heretoi Dlnwlddli Mlnnlo IllnwUldliiind VIe- In Morton nml the purchaser will 11 inr ilttidJiiMiy tIn MiildlxMid Hi the pnyoo IhltttlT nrrtve nt the ugu ot year Durham the goon of plulntIITsuxcutt the ri iilriHliiuiir IIIIH due the jilnln tllTo herein to him six month IIJIr the tItl ofIIsulonhd should loin smut cxecutn the nv Kiiarilliui IKIIIII thenthasuln duo Viola Morton nuq paid to him HX month nfttr tho Tutu ul CEO D SAUFLEY M C L C C Commissioners SaleLincoln tMplrIo1Sileelnlleriimmnt to n elnulL court remloml In tho nlxive hd- uelloll nt till Kelrunry term the under HIIUII Miut r tToiiimlMloncr of soil courl will oilStuNnAVtAi II riot IIhollt the hour of P In front of tht door In Htniifonl Ky sdI n- tbllrouterytJthuldgheetlndlsst bidder or wih IIllllh nuiy Is nteexMiry to sat ls tho HiiwidJildHiltlij Plait otflf stthrmnunt- rnhifai1airrait III tPals lie mi tho IKT mimiiii from No iiilrXl tlw tub of TlieHillrealc8tiiti cltmitf1 III I1Iulllcnlllll KVOI the wntomnf Illx- IthIrnlull nx follow IhKlimUiK to Illand lloilrno andlit II rlvrfto INWk horJv r X K oi H IIIIIKIII to tiiko In the nwkofu IUledrstIitaklierass tho It1an uulnldr line eto tnkiVlntlio rood thenco N n B 11ltIO Haul Jato lllu 8innlllK iontallllllB IIlrll on credit of nix tll nvlnlnittillerslru iimluloiier IHT iinnuiii from Into millmill iiiilii Allen will 0 rein tied on th Iii nhto fu rthur uvuru tho pnyulent ot nnd thhlm1 will bayo 11111which IIIlIturlll oj r ro ANYBODY r r Can make Vests and Trousers but it takes an Artist years of experience to make a Coat with a close fitting collar the broad flat I backs the perfect straighthanging front and ttheCriterion COOlS r I theyhapeH J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY ennys Drug Store Everything in Bicycle f Sundries at J J ipI PENNYS DRUG STORE j Stanford Kentucky Call anti get one of these If not satisfactory return i t and jet your mon oy tt buck Good for roast turkey haul etc Works on top of stove im wellfin oven X3 GEORGE H FARRIS Do s Stanford Kentucky 1lamott k w SUITS cC In runish Mixtures 1aimmn and Serge in Alice Blue Hcicda Black alt lNavy nt 812 30 815 and 818 7 Silkand Wash Waists fI The waists this Kluon arc prettier thou ever Plain colors in Taffeta Waists at 8r nod 8rt50 Whito and Dlnck Hubutai Silk Wuifsta It 83 tow 8JJ50 Wash winds in Uatifto mid Lingerie Cloth with lace and ciubroiil eeryat COc to 8050 150 this seasons newest skirts in Black Grey anti Navy at 83 to 810 ItBTANFOUI KY Arim 27 100G RUSSIAN Corn Cure removes corns in four days lOc Icnny Drug Store SUN8I1INK is best for renewing At furniture IBc and up at Pennys Drug- StoreIW iPERSONALS MRS J W niuii vtsitcil Danville friends vt Miu J S HocKRit went to Middles boro Tuesday Misa VIKQIMA PICKET Is thought to bo Improving Mesa SALUI DUDDBKAU is In Louisville with frien- dsf MIl S T HARRIS was ai Lebanon l this week on business CEo H S UKLEV sknt several days at the Lexington races MR D S CAIUBNTEU of Huston vlllo was here yesterday I Mns HUNDLBY MASON of Louisville is with Mrs W P Tate MRS JOHN L GRUNDV of Lebanon iiwas with Mrs W P Tate I S HimnRTT of Crab Orchard was hero shopping Tuesday MR A U FLORBSCE returned to the + oil fields of Wayne Wednesday Mns CURTIS GOVKR of Crab Orchard was hero shopping yesterday W II 0 HANSON made a profcs 11Dii aUnt Walnut Grovo this week UKCORD of Pennsylvania was the guest of Miss Ella May Saunders Muss EuTiAnKTii HAURIIMAN of Dan l ville Is with Misses Kato and Dora Pence t v MRS MATTIB DUNCAN of Lancaster IIIcame over yesterday to vlllil Mrs W P Grimes GILBERT GLASS returned Wed tREV from a brief visit to his parents at Somerset Miss EMMA WARREN has succeeded Miss Mary D Kennedy in L M Buoy Coe store Misa VIRGINIA BOURNE was at home from the College of Music Cincinnati for a few da ys MR S M OWENS Is In Wayne look Ing after the interests of the heaver V Creek Oil Gas Co PRETTY Miss Mollie Riley was on Wednesdays train returning to London l from n trip to Louisville MR LAIIAN WITHERS of the Gilberts Creek section who has been very ill with pneumonia Is convalescing MR T K WATSON of Crab Orch ard passed through Wednesday to visit his relative Mr K G Collier at Somerset Mns A B MCKINNEY returned Wed nesday from a visit to her daughter IIMrs II G Cook at Knoxville who has been quite ill Mn W C PBTTUS and family will occupy the residence on East Main Street recently vacated by Mr E D Kennedys family MR CIIARLES GERHAUSEH who made Lincoln county a good citizen for some 10 or 15 years has returned to Ohio and located at Bernard MISSES RKCA BAKER Susie and An nio Thompson stopped over here Wednesday evening en route to Mt Vernon from n visit to Somerset MR W P TATS was taken ill while on n business trip to Casey and Mrs Tate and Mr C E Tate left for his bedside yesterday afternoon MR T M PBNNINOTON and Miss Amanda Goggin went over to LeJcing ton Wednesday to spend n few days with his daughter Mrs C M Thompson Mn A J OVERSTREET and son Samuel of Jessamine were hero yes terday returning from Conference at 4 London Mr Ovcrstrcct married Miss Uobccca Spoons nore of this county JutfGB W M MVERS and Mr J C S Coulter of BusfonvilleantlMicldleburg respectively were here yesterday returning from a trip through Laurel aril Clay in search of lumber These gen tlemen who constitute the lumber firm of Coulter Myers are n pretty healthy looking pair Mr Coulter Is six feet one inch tall and weighs 245 I pounds while Mr Myers is six feet two inches and tips the beam nt 215 b MRS E P dwSLEY and daughter f Miss Mattio Hays Owsley leftWednes for theirhomo at Columbus Ga tday Pearl Burnsldo returned with them and will make her home with het sister from Stanford Miss Burnsidos departure istho occasion of much regret for woman In this entire section young better loved or more generally ad than she is Isis hoped that aha Jrno make frequent visits to her legion friends here I f J J MR WALTER OWSLEV of Hazel Patch is hero with friends MRS W S LAWWILL of Danville was the guest of her sister Mrs P M McltobertaiMRS WM McKtNNEY of McKinney is the guest of Mrs J W Sallec Hnrrodaburg Herald MR J S MURPHY was here McKinney yesterday Ho told us that surveying parties for thtfScottsvillo Danville railroad are hard at work there Mil W O SllAMiiEncKit president of the Interstate Traction Co which will soon build an interurban line from Sinn ford to Liberty is hero from Gal latin Tenn LOCALS FRESH Fish Saturday George H Farris SUMMER lap dusters at J C Mc Clnrys1VANtEUAgood buggy Joe Ballou Stanford e Ste us for white low shoes infants to ladles Severance Son RENT Cottage and garden Ap IFOR L R Hughes Stanford 2t WANTED A good Wncksmlth Write to B W Leigh Kidds Store AII kinds of plants lettuce rad dishes etc for sale Ed Hubbard Tills ollice is gutting out the annual catalogue of the Stanford Graded School THE citizens of Crab Orchard will vote on a Graded School tomorrow Saturday e M J FANNING the Irishorator will lecture nt the Christian church at Klngsville Wednesday FOR RENT The storeroom on Lan caster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office IT will pay you to ourprices on seeds and fertilizer before buying R H West Co Junction City Ky e JOHN little son of Mr and Mrs John Traylor of the Gilberts Creek section was severely burned by his clothes catching fire from matches with which lie was playing HELD WITHOUT BAILSam B Jen nings charged with killing Mace Mille- at Lancaster had his examining trial Tuesday and was held peer to circuit court without bail e TUB Charles Wheeler Emporium of Hustonville will have a millinery dis play at Mrs Roso Andersons near Tur ncravlllo on Wednesday next May 2 The ladies are most cordially invited to call PUIILIC SALE0 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 admr OUR Hustonville correspondent Mr W R Williams has been appointed commissioner for HomeComing Week for Lincoln county by Gov Beckham The appointment Is a good one for no man in the county will take more inter est or put more lIfo into the work RIGHT of way is ngsecured for tho interurban line from hero to Liber ty and wo have every reason to believe that the road will be built As far as wo can loam the road will be run via McKinnoy with n spur to Hustonville Such a line would bo of inestimable good to Stanford Use your means and influence toward having it built DANVILLE Chief of Police Logan Wood let the contract yesterday to J E Harris for tho erection of a hand some now dwelling on Maple Avenue N K Tunis sold for I T Lamer his residence on Lexington avenue to Mr Humphrey Hudson for 7000 E H Kincaid sold for Taylor Torhune his coal yards on Fourth street to A W Smith for 1750 Mr Smith will erect- a training stable in tho rear of tho property and handle horses on a larger scale besides enlarging the coal and feed business Ernest Christman the ten yearold son of John Christman who resides on the Took Hubble farm about fivo miles from town was thrown front n clod roller on which ho was riding and sustained injuries that will very likely cause his death Advocate tL A Relief to the tired house wifo or those who dislike to sew Is tho opportunity to buy HeadyMade Clothes This department of our store is growing nil the time and wo now have n good lino of this seasons newest styles in Suits Skirts Wnists Wash Suite Wnch Waists ivc The variety of our showing and the beauty of design and reasonableness of coet has been favorably corn mented on by those who have seen then v RAIN is badly needed the farmers tell us NEW wash waists 50c to GCO Sev erancc Son Fort SALE Clean stock of dry goods and groceries This office mMARY LEE TURPIN n Negro woman died in the East End yesterday Till Canning will be run this year President E J Tanner ustTilE L N will another 175 excursion to Louisville from Stanford Sunday May 20 Train leaves depot here at 615 A M SPECIAL prices for next week April 30 to May 5 all 6c calicoes 5c yard oak curtain poles 7c each 7foot oil shades 25c Swiss curtains roc 75c and Severance Son TUB Misses Icyhave opened a dressmaking establishment over Christ church on Lancaster Street and dially Invite the ladies of Stanford an vicinity to call and see them I HAVE returned from my stay at Wnynesburg and will be constantly at my ofllce on Lancaster street where I shall Ixi glad to wait on any one need ing dental work R L Davlson CANNING FACTORY Messrs W L McCarty and R C En glom an Sr are preparing to put up a small cannin factory They will put in severalacres of tomatoes and a big watermelon patch Lancastrrtochildren of Policeman George Pollard Mondaybycommittee was appointed to raise iUO moreANDERSONMrs Clifton Rodes An dcrson one of the most highly respect prominentinunexpectedly She was the wife of Cole R Anderson of the milling firm of Anderson Spillman WE the undersigned merchants of Stanford engaged in the sale of dry goods clothing furnishings shoes etc agree to close our stores at 630 r M beginningMay ourselvesrno except or pur poses after the hour above mentioned McClaryLS Robinson S Goldstein HONOR ROLL Jon 8TII MONTH OF STANFORD GRADED SCHOOL Seniors Ida Moore Le Grande Jones Juniors Hays Foster Robert Waters 8th GradeMay Brackett Thomas Bright Wallace Singleton Grady Tucker Les lie Anderson 7th GradeEllen Moore Sadie Ends Lillio Ends 6th Grade Maggie Jones Katq Rancy Grace Brady Maranda White Maud Stone Wil lie Moore Theresa Ross Anna Warren Maggie Stagg Morrison Bright Harris Coleman Joseph Hopper George Dow ner John Waters Elliott Jones 6th GradeLucy Lee Walton Annie Lewis Gentry Harris Hnrdin Kittle Jones Virginia Mahony Mary E McKInney Marietta Wallace Ella Warren Lillian Mueller 4th GradeMary Gray Ma ry Greer Marion Grimes Catherine Gentry Lillie Perrin Lena Traylor Nancy Yeager Stewart Y Carson Wesley Embry William Grimes Jessie Holtzclaw George Jnmes Mannie Mob ley 3rd GradeBettio Warren Verna Shepherdett Gertrude Wilkinson Besslo Wilkinson Annie Gray Mary M Raney Jo sephine Carpenter Kntlo L Wood Willie B OllannoVUlmont cads Jas Owsley Boyce Hunn Joe M Newlnnd 2nd Grade Irwin Brock Bessie Brackett William Car son Belle Denhnni Otto Denrmm Sam IlardinjLanhatn Llnnio Kidd Walter Kido Henry Messer Bessie Moore Annie Lee sTrlbbleRaymond McKinnoyAda rah Wood Clinton Coleman Ella Rig ney Mntsy Grimes Ethel Powell Mor ris Bruce Hartwoll Shnnlft Lewis Omer Joe T Embry Clnlrborno Wal RoyGoodrich TurlnersvllIe I WILL deliver the latter part of next week the tracks and scissors I sold to Stanford parties Elbert Young LOST Danville Stanford a silver hand bag containing mon ey Keep money and return bag to this office OS account of the Spring races at Lexington the L N will sell round trip tickets from today until May 1 in elusive for 230 Tim woolen factory at McKinney will begin operations about May 15 Mr C H Wright an experienced weaver will be in charge Tim Peoples Bank of Hustonville with capital stock of 25000 has been incorporated The Garrard County Fair with u capital of 900 was Incorporated days Policemandand who was shot by that officer is not as badly wounded as was at first thought He is said to be getting well MILLINERY OrENINGOn Wednesday and Thursday next May 2 and 3 the ladies are invited to see my new Sum mer Millinery which will consist of the largest display of ladies pattern hats MgTilE L N is working several hundred men between Sinks and Liv ingston in order to complete that portion of the double track as soon as possible Mrs Alice Newland has re turned from Birmingham where she had gone to learn If possible some thing of her son Fred who disappeared from Gadsden March 19 but was unable to obtain any information whateverEast Bemstadt Cor Len don Local NOTICE I will until stay I ww sell funtlly prlvll KcitouMjOlvniplun wntur nt M rings live months for and will to Mima ntl deliver Mini wliiir I do not burn to Million It 8ntrlet IMT raw of 0 uiilluni Try itcnse AililnMi KMHIMH H K U Nol oK Huitonvllle Ky JOHN BEECHER lllnrlc Jiirk with white jxituts IminU hitch tins pniviii Iii n t IfU iKxxl IIItlte jock wiiimlnil liv Iliilililcit IbtHlirr lot diiiu u Illnik Jluwk Jcmnaj IIMK JO titmk of the- ktndne4uilw liiut Will liuikrt tin MIIMIII 0111111111 huoU tsItl to Insun n Ilvlnu nilt J H HWOlK KENTUCKY SQUIRREL Ooinblnixl Miilllon n yiiim old u Uliutirul tidy ono whit foot in hands Mull liltiti ntyliMirtlonidxiHixl brwdlmr which vntl ties lilm to rink with till IKS- IrKDluitKK Mlrvi liv Wixxl Hiilm 1st diiiu liy TIll KIliK a son of Mllvir King Il- lhIIIIfhllljh i by Ntoiifwnll JiirkMHi Hull nor cSildiiiii by the fiint rots iiililnIIV lA xlniton Wood mnilrnl wax ulrwl liy Illiick Htulrnl IM lu liy Illuck In by Ii Wllliiini ilnni v IILEdgaltduuithoiii inufFuRlelilnihe- Iq Hlnr HiiKli the Ikt MIU of rniilwIIV IxlliKton tin iii Mllllcl V No liy Dolnnii IniliiKer AI diiin Klllc iirviiilinii Puddle miiru liy VniiMtltT Wnxy liv IWrlhiini half brother to the riiro horns l lintton Inilh out of AllioCiinuMil HIIviT Klnc out hy On Tone mid out of n mill byutlHll s IexlMK ton Thu Klllit one n tlno IIOPM and well liriil Kontucky Squirrel will serve mares lit lutuIusurua Ilvlnu volt 1ti3haulsritiMK nriuiu brick Jack in luuuu- nnd nuliuli high coinlm years old this spring wilitb Mm pounds Mrnimlml by IthukOloiidho by Tom Keene All ollh iilsrvestovklluwketlit teilMlll Of IIOI lit my ti nit ono nillo Htnnfonl on tho OnlhOreunl tMtttinlanllitko and n ulTr lux tilt utiKk to the 1NlItelhmeynrensaalnsa1ynt of lliesoJnrkK servo mares lit Sill sure n Ilvulg cult Trndlnu miiren forfeits tho liiKiminco Xu riiKH llilllly fur nceldoiltn- ir iii nnFatllt Ilowliind Ky DORSfY GOLDDUST 12052 Full Brother to Hslellc29 J4 e Sired by Zilcadl Golddust 4400 by Gold dust 150 and he by Vermont Morgan Dcrsey Golddustt grand dam on sires side was by the Imp Arabian Stallion Xilcadi ills dam is Florence by Gol den MhiRo Chief a son of Gaffs Morgan making him intensely inbred Morgan stal lion descending from Justen Morgan en both sides Thq best family of road horses ever known Dorscy Golddust is a dark dappled bar full iO hands ad weighs 1200 pounds a proven and uni form breeder of highclass road and Ess tern horses combining all the qualities for saddle and harness and are in demand at Both the eh ntpicn saddle and combined gelding of the American Horse Shows of 19045 Jack ODiamonds stands to his credit Ten of his colts sold recently for 810250 and 8rjoo was re fused for a valktrot mare by him Ills services arb offered for less than any horse of his producing qualities in Ken tucky Will land at my farm 2i miles from Stanford on the Hustonville pike at 20 to insure a living colt F REID Phone in Danville Ky IJL Muslin UnderwearW- qarc showing the best made line of Skirts OOWJIF Drawers and Corset 7 CovdfH made in this country Special values in sample corset covers v A FLYER o 3 t40 dozen ladies long slave Vests and Lnce Trimmed Pants in very elastic ribbed lisle for early Spring wear Heal value 05 our price 2Qc for all size 32 to J4 AMERICAN LADY CORSETS in the short or long shapes to suit allIfigures ii PUMPS i The Newest in Footwear We show them in Patent Leather and White Canvas 250 and 300 i FOR STYLISH SHOES SEE i t CUMMINSMCLARYt 1- F I t tlHi III tff + + 1IIIIIII U + MI + f I 1I11111t Ii t IlIn SHOES j We were delayed awhile in getting our line of SHOES for Spring on count of the inability of the acito fill our order M We are now prepared however to show a full line of Ladies and Chil drens Shoes and Oxfords in new and cor rect styles at the right prices We have the KrippendorfDittman line of Shoes which is an old and established line Every pair guaranteed r arattl L M HUE CO Dry Goods Notions ShoesI5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House 1Lt STANFORD KENTUCKY tH III It utt + H tt It 1111 t Ir The Interior Journal JSAlered in the PottOffice al Stanford IIl- IIftJ7Idclau matter yrnuisnisD TUBSDAVB AND FRIDAYS AT 100 PER YEAR CASK WWben not no paid MOO will be charged t Strawberry Plants For Sale 3 MTf the following orletleof Btrnw 1rrrp Plnnts for soles Hnverlnml llulmck lirnndywlno nud eIhhohmvaor1donplgeonnilntIwil aitll cbcnu If nil ore tnkcu InglU1oK INSURANCE Wre Lightning WlndBtorm Life and lltthe an- UHTCompanieltepreeented Loweatjloa jlble Hates Iaylng tea rdiCBequnlled Talk 1JAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone NoSS 35 jSale AU broke and native briri You can see them by calling on m I G Fox Llviry Food i Sals Stable Danvlllt Ky BD CARTER Successor to Bruce tit Carter livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD Ky Special attention to Commercial Men Your is lolicited Horses- handled on commission iteck Pens In Connection i t New Hustonville Firm Fllnvlnc bought of McOoriiiaclc A Peacock 5bolrUrocerleaAnrdwnre etc we solicit n of west Hud pto UnllMeatany good butcher stuff nt yrioe and having n splendid meat cutter we you with tho heat We also buy ill kind ofcountryproduce i- BIH1IOP A MPPh Huitouvllle Ky Give Me Your Order YoufWhy buy readymade clothing when there little difference In the of high jmdereadytnndoeultnidaultmnde to taUor jour I have a bnndsome line Spring nnd Aummer goods Lean make from u low price business suit to the nnest dress suit Also rereoats trouser and fancy vests The Mmpnny I represent Is one of the best H o RUPLEY the Tailor IDat1 Tray lort DIALIB IH Whisk Brandu Wines Beer GIflars Etc iarp1r HaUl STANFOAp1KY kss t Dpol Nothing tIhbe i PtoIaPIn4r1I1llltnllon zr pt orders nnlva r ttoatlatuntton Attention Farmers +r have jest received u car load or 0 tons of The Old Homestead Fer tillzer t It hoe a worldwide reputation is tin accllcd its u crop jiroduccr It sells GO its merits For the lands sake =ireit a trial E W CninoilTON KingavilleIvy dAXy Undertaker Embalmer and I healer in HarnessSaddlery ICSTANFORD KENTUCKY t Office Phone 167 Home Phone 35 JLBeazleyGo I1JadertaKers and Embalm l erg alers in Fur aiture MattingaRugs They will exchange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY I r FARMERS DEPARTMENT 1Ilndbougnt n crop of wheat at J5c I tho seasons of 25 or SIBaughman Berkshire and half Poland China Ready for service M D Elmore Stanford Lady ofNavarre won the Tennesse Derby Good Luck was second James Reddick third and Dr Gardner fourth- J B Perkins of Burgin sold to Bonta Bros a pair of work mules for 485 and to Sam Worley a pair foi SALEThree large smooth mules two of them mares Ages one three and two fours A O Lewis Somerset Ky Denmark with a population of only 2500000 sells 40000000 worth of but ter a year and half that amount of ba con and hams- S M Owens and Chris Gentry had a mare to drop a fine filly colt by G W Johnston They had one by Imp Blues to die the other day J B Foster for Spears Sons is paying five cents per pound for 1900 crop hemp can furnish hcmpseed without any string on Ru Curry of Harrodsburg sold for Frank Martin 270 acres of his farm lying between Mitchellsburg and Perry ville to J II Sam T Minor nt 72 Taylor Elkins has just finished breaking his crop of 97 acres of hemp It made 132760 pounds which brought 475 per hundred straight Harrods burg Herald- S M Owens good brood mare Min nie dropped a filly colt bv The War field this week which is a daisy Tljis old mare is the dam of some good ones including one with a record of 212 which sold for 5000 and another which brought 2800 Horsemen at the track say that any horse to beat Sir Huon in tho Derby race will have to break a track record as it is believed by those who have seen hire work that the Long colt with a good track will equal or surpass LieuU Gibsons time of 206 At Paris Saturday C S Btent S Bro offered 560 per 112 pounds for the new growing crop of hemp deg livered at their warehouse This is the highest price ever offered there for hemp A number of new crops have already been sold below this figure Resolutions Of Respect Whereas God in His infinite wisdom has seen cause to call from us our be loved Sir Knight Win H Soard 01 April 2 aged 32 years therefore be it resolved 1st That in his death Waynesburg Tent No 55 Knights of the Maccabees has lost a worthy member the wife a true and faithful husband his child a kind and loving father and the com munity a good citizen 2nd That we extend to the bereaved family our heartfelt sympathy and com mend them to the Supreme Commander of the universe Who doeth nil things well3rd That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon our minute book a copy be sent to the bereaved family and a copy be sent to the INTERIOR JOURNAl and the Casey County News for publication M G Reynolds Taylor Wesley W II Singleton committee Miserable Conditions or body and mind always result from a torpid liver which leads to bile olsbns bring absorbed Intotbo blood lid poisoning all tho nerves and Issues This dreadful state some of tho symptoms of which are headache titter taste nausea lack of appetite ellowcomploxion constipation etc can bo quickly cured by taking Dr Jaldwolls laxative Syrup Pepsin It relieves tho btratn on your liver rev laxes the tightened bowels purifies the flood strengthens the stomach anti nukes It as clean as a whistle Tho esult Is perfect health amd freedom from pain and discomfort Try it Sold by Pennys Drug Store Stanford C W Adams Hustonville at iOc and SI Money back lilt falls How much do you take in per day eked the lady reformer II About 15 the saloon keeper replied You should bo ashamed of such a isiness Maybe so maam but I cant force people to drink Grip Quickly Knocked Out Some weeks ago during the severe inter weather both my wife and my self contracted severe colds which speedily developed into the worst kind of la grippe with all Its miserable ymptons says Mr J S lglestoftgf- luple Landing Iowa Knees and- Dints aching muscles sore head topped upoyes and nose running wIth alternate spelts of chilly and over Wo began using Chamberlains Cough Remedy aiding the ante with a double doso of Chamber tips Stomach and Liver Tablets and by Its liberal use soon completely nockd out the grip Sold by Dr W NJ Crab the popular druggist Stanford INat Goodwin in describing an un play said Why one night during this con panys Western tour the box omc man was aroused from a nap in tho middle of the first act by an odd sound He yawned and looked out of tho box and there before him stood a little boy weeping bitterly What is the matter my littl man ho asked The boy holding Up a check said want my money back i Why do you want your money back asked the boxoffice man in sur prise Because sobbed tho boy Im afraid to sit up in tho gallery aU aloneItPhiladolphIa Bulctin No Quarter Tho evils which always follow aftc indigestion biliousness or constlpa tlonwill give no quarter Better ugh them to a finish with Dr Caldwell laxative Syrup Pepsin It Is a weapon against these dangcrou diseases which will give you quick relief and permanent cure SoMby Pennys Drug Store Stanford C W Adams Hustonville at 50c and 81 Money back If It fai- lsPRESTON 922 TLls premium saddle stallion of the world will maKe the leasop of 100G at mystable on Old Lancastnr street Stanford toQ Is a brown horse 14 years old 151 hands high a perfect model with great stylo action end speed Preston was sired by Washington No SI he by Cromwell No 73 Flat dam null by IlqderlcU 2d dart by a Denmark horse Preston hasShown against anddofeated all the great show horses of Kentucky I will be glad to show him to any one at my stable and want those wishing to breed to a fine saddle stallion to see htm before breed Ir Tinus I will stand him at 820 to Insure a living colt Money due In all cases when mare Is parted with or bred to collier Lover otberwlie when colt Is foaled All care taken accidents but not responsible should any occur Lien re paidlutllreJ O BAILEY Stanford Ky ALMONT DARE Sired by Dignity Date Na A 8 II It he Chester Dare 10 A 8 II It be by niacfc squirrel SS A 8 II It ho br flack Eagle 74 A 8 IL R he by King William 87 A 8 II n First dam Koia way Ueglttercd In Volume 10 A T U R she by Abdullah MambrinoA T iL It sire of Genera 209X Mattie II 2il2H Quinine 8 228 and many others under 301 Abdallah Mambrlno by AlmuntNo 31 In T U R 2d dam by Grit Darl 886J he by Bourbon Chlet 3d dart Statue by Foreign Light by foreigner by Imp Glenco For IIImpCoplerboltoml5tb For site ttylevJ eauty dlspotltlon and per formance In harness and under saddle con slderingageand handling he has no supe flora and but few equal See him and you will like him Will also stand two extra mule jacks gooi Individuals and finely bred Service tee Almont Date IIS Insurance Limited to a few mare tacks Bob Tank logton 110 Iniuranco halted Vlcto IIus1lonvllleTrading or breeding elsewhere renders ea son due E i POWKLLBON The Wild Man of Borneo This flnclliofouchbrcd horse whose nnm In n mlxnomer fir a milder uentler u fi I IMIItrlltllttt1toKenuifortlO to insure u living volt Hire Celt 1nvlsJr1bl sire Irlt ItavU Kr flnl slru Jiiicral Thompson of Mercer made his owner Judge McCnnn haysu Thus Infiirmatlon from the celulimted turf ninnlblJ n A Mircer CTiiinty non says that old frit Davlx wile the tlneot horv ever raKed In Mercer county HU dam win the celebrated trotting man Marta An iolneUe owned II Hon W II Miller when he was county nttormy The HvniKllo nt the Kunmily llnrouy three inllcn from Ornh Oirliunl on tlm Ijincuster pike This stock of horses requires no tin ukliu Iaontllnsanuomngnltlcenttorus In the Forest but will notlx iieniilttid ven to snort volcanic flrx across the pole of Tan talus for less than lids dam the Wild Zlngarellu unrlvnlleil In her ieerless leap ty Tile Wild Man of Iln neo Is n Itentitlful Ixiy with two whlto hind feet volcano Mnrtlnliiuu it with four white buxklns and Is lwrhnpsthe most Ixitiutlful horse in llneoln county C KoXTAIXR Fox IIOHMITT P RTIIO mainlllcent Hliorthorn the Duke of Urab Orchard ref nests tint I In sert a line that lie too will lio found uraz Inu In hits 1iiircoo1 the name farm and UllOnhilitlou fee I10II1I1TT KKXNKUV THE WARFIELD Trial 22 Trotting Dark bay stallion IS 3yt hands foaled August ago bred by Village Farm East Aurora New York Sired by Dare Devil t4Sj8 record 2og sire cf The Beau Ideal ii5j Son of Mnmbrino King 1279 sire of Lord Derby Nightingale Mctallas The Questor Lord March Ladof the Manor lleiratLaw King Charles rock- Ing Boy Mercecs all with records under 208 First Dam NaugBty Girl by Rex Americus 2j2oo dam Duerma by Mambrino King 1279 3rd data Dotlet by Nutwdod Goo 4 ill dam Topaz by Strath more 6th dam Millard by Albion 6th dam Ned by Edwin Forest 7th dam La dy Turner by Mambrino Chief The Warfield was worked only 90 days last season and showed a 221 over a lialf mile track He is sound good beaded good gaited good wind good feet and legs and kind and easy to handle in bar lese one that will stay and trot all day He will make the present season at our runt near McKlnney at 35 to insure a living colt Mares traded oftor bred to another horse forfeits insurance and makes season noney due Lien Retained on Colts Until Season is Paid We will also stand the imported jack CONQUEROR it88toinsureahivingeoll He is 4 years old 151 hands high black with white tints tine bune and action and a treat Individual You should see this tine jack before you breed- S M OWENS SON McKinney Ky 1 r For Sale Privately house and 10 acres of land situate Jut outside of town limits on the Botnerse pike Houio has 7 rooms kitchen and ser Pants room Rood cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard one for J P BAILEY SURPRISE HAWK Extra tine black jack 15X hands high coming 5iean old will make the season of 1006 at our stable 3X miles East of lituton vllle near Stanford k nuitonrllle pike n1 115 for jennet dad 110 for mare to incur a living cull BTIOALI lino Moreland Ky Dignity Dare No 1WS VolGA 1411 IL Mnhotfony tiny lilnok points white onl on left hind foot 10 yenrs old 15 hand high wolKhlatt pound strong lint twiu heavy iiuino nnd lull good lack with loop crime tapering neck well set In l1Iollnh1 shoulders it nddlu horse Rend nie car on lilnin model under luilter nlwny wears blue string In model tinge vrondurfu style In hnriivss n show horse Mire Wliei ono tlIr old worn nil honors In Iris olns wliorovor shown also tht blue tlw In swoop Stake liiirmM ring nt smim age When 3 yenr old huwns shown times and won 13 hluo strings has never liooii ilcfmtcd In fancy harms rllllk hits nlwuys been tin ll1lor111 II 1 rlllit na n hntthr when shown hthnvlorthorn of his el for clxv rtylo uiiil gun ml vonforiuntlon mid for nll purponvs Ifs Is u saddle liorm with nvo distinct Knits test line nctlm rnckiir Jiooil In two wnlks and it nice lo per very pontiff In his trot under enddlonm III hillnoun grant ell around notion in Is rt nulrrd for nn uptodnlu sire of high rlcv salo horacs for snitdlo or harness Ho In II sure enough harness horse graceful stylish nml fust sewn show eighth lt urcomU n SSS gall with hut lit tt It IInl did thli last fail ono yrnrn III UIIII11 In Uro spring nIl l1osease i or woudrfu nerve and spwd enough to Itt u trotter foi truck use or BPiitleimnS roadsters large bit styllh heavy nud strung vnougl to get cnrrlnKO horms with u kindlydlptr Rllion for nlllllJrllOoIllI 0111 rRIIIII hors grncvfulKlven up hy hor itnnn that ho ls one of the most uniform hrmfiiw In Kentucky JI types hU isiiu after vt r sired u some colt The moat protltnblo horse for llu rarinor iiixl xniiill l r Ur to produco In the horse which serves the widest rniiKc ol nuriKiiws won Ills colts arv show coltn ol the vory hlRhent lyiw hluo string winners hunt the oltlvnt to the yaungeat H of IIh colts have fi olTortil or nnil told for nn nvonigv of onudtheuveraguageof them Isiyonrsniul mounts IKDKJiirr Mlrwt by OhentprlMro 10 Jf H Its hv by lllnck HUlrrcl W h by Uliiclc Knglo 71 hu by King Vlllliun 07 ho by Wnihlngton IHinniirkdl hi by llnlnoV Ill he hv race hone IKnnuirU K H ho mdirton DlanltyM tint AITIIIlymllcks Ilnmlilotonlnn 10 DlgnltyV sec fluid dum IsbyAUInllnh Mt vnK rilil Onm ThurouuhbndV4cnuotutllrst ono1 De- UTrustsDlgnlty Diirv will nuke tho sea toll of lOMnt my stable In IlUitonvllli Ky nttii to Iniurv n living colt when faded Mnivs traded or removed forfeit tneurnuce and money Ixooniis due nnd must Iw 1ltI- nl tlmoof stuck tninuietlou Mnrvs grazed at ftja IKT month uml bills to 11drdndfore removal of mure Ontln fed nt nntonablo rates Mares entrusted to me will receive 11 ronnl attention but I will nut Is r9onsdbin for accident or Ill cuH Phone In rvsldnnre at Huitonvllle Ky II H UAlirKNTKK Col Bird 40566 horse holed tfiil hind by lt a rtwill Mlnt hlcllliln Ohlof SJ7S No al6W ulnnfASycnrolds with recoru of SSIt 01 tatter by Vclllnn IHi sire of In list let dons lllnlle 1lInl Ifull sister to low an nnd Jnmmotlus sin of and Zodiutllkrc 2f1 Ity inmleItu Nliket 3 slrv of II with record of or Ictlcr- Xmt dnm Ktllo DavUdam of lAIn Humrnl- lYlostiownn213L1 stroof tnmmorlws sir 2 Sl nnll KIIlo Jlellu iJtSS nndgrnmbiiilof i apt Cheek 3 lt Hors- biale S 15Unnd for linen S 24 sire of AI ma Hhnw S JV4 lly Ketl Wilton S 9 No 1719 sire of 178 ami slrv of the dnins of 17- 73rd dnm KIHii livythuedam of one pro In Hmurnllflownntilt Wllkes Xtl Alcxaubr AUtallal 12 No stn of Uoldamlth Staid SII anti othernth duet by lax kett 9 Ilvll founder Non lIlulI Olllltt 1 olnCl l y tVell Inn S 191 i let dnm Uiily Norrottn l Idum of Hilly Iullrol III and IVvlllail Chlol islrti of Oountotn y- esU9tFIbwfugTltie Norval U twyt Wot horn- Jiuldnm 101110 ulna of Tjiily Norvettn illi rullltr tu nlltllCiOrllljltnntl Urusll of Nrolor Electric ZZJ and Kleclrle H uu- durnnddawnofeclllnuturfSrhiuud Hilly riinrro 2in by OnmUtlft Wilkis the Rrcati t living sine llrd dam Noctnrdnm of riallrttn 112161 and Drmli 2 SI slid grand limn of I Jidy Xor vettniiUth duns of Ctelllun tlilut ranal lllliy IUllfII 2191 fairly Vines SSIJJ Ncitor KketrloSSf olun KltPtrli2 IItmll norlnXj7U b Nutwood 21i4j fro of lit nml till grontott sire of brood miins and the Sal grvntent living or tleiid slruof stand nnl horsos Uh dana flnliitcii Iliad but I foals nil rev males and nil hrod grand dam of tillwrty Roll Y21 rsir uf Tummy llrltton td4a Pro etsy1dnulof lnihoii I rsnu1 Km lid dam 1 2l6s of Ijidy IIII121I inml Druilo 221 and NretarliiK Inn of two and lonyto data of two itvenger Uuroc No she 21 anti his daiiKhtiT have produced over fithdnm Hyacinth dam of Mecca S lli nnd olio other nml grand dams of Cherry fhoftMuacntltvils Euclid 2 Itunxla fiannduther Hy volunlwr K rlre of nnd hU iliuiKliters have produced 72 ilthdnmUlarndiimof lslxterY17tl Almn t fti nml nun anti Aldn dnm of Ada do HIiiroXWH Dictator sire of Jay Kve tufit niitiiothers Ond oho landy Iltxttr Inniof Ikxter Thiel h AllltrlculI Htnr II sire of four unit damn of dnmJlcKintry more until of Hlinrk iff nndgrnmldniiDof Dexter Alma nml there UeclllnnOhlnf Is a very young horse yt hu I ur Jab get with retonls- If 2 or hotter each made when they wore venrs old lie the ebuutplo- nireofVorldFair winners In WB Oclllini2 IWifull brother to JeniinttnJi Ill 2 1V4 Mls Cre111I Y- Iiaujlaltni311kesSy rell I ttnP Ulratillyi ni sire let dam JlIun O i22 dam of Co IlianZlUi Jeannette Cocll 21li Velllus lidraillee2s fl5yTutwxallYllFejlire- 718ntgnatest or dead jreatest idro of brood mares hint lute ever ipiHiirol Hecoml dim Delllnhdiunof Oam iriino2 sire of two Olemtinlltin 27 mil JonnlxO 222ilam of Delta dnm ai hJiiimn oiTutt 2 M Norvllle 2ai Kmmer Kmmerottri 2 tti Condition 222 17ftutrleelVUkhnntS5JiCrrdettwS233 2I umll IViirnon Vj4 llherColdmilh 2 iIxiula2 iiilr iof one lam nod ainlirunetta clam of olden H al lby Admlnlstrntor tW kin of wtven mil dams of many ilnldam Dhcrv Klmore ilnm of dleveluml I W4 anil unind dnm of 7 Jly Mambrlno alrl of two Ithilam h Ntnr Davis Mil dam Tom irowtler ijeclllnn Is tlio ulre of171nstuud ird time nml has ono daughter the dnm of 2 mist likely the youngest mure In the great irood mnru lIt Wllkoti In the sure of extreme slwed than world has ver knO11Hlnllll101il1 nil thu greatest lira of standard bones and In tho greatest ilru of standard horses living Ho nUo tit champion ireof premium horses nt the rent Worlds hut In Cup Blyd IOSUI hue the llulShi nail iiftlon- n bree llng he U of tho very islet and grout nl known to the trotting world HU blood IInpeln every direction traen runtrst red best known to tho trotting turfs As xlro he holill pre very great Col lllnl will stand nt my ttalilo nt to nsuren living colt Men rlulnd on all oils until Benson money Is paid Money luw when muni Is traded removed or parted with Nut n1slI14 iAIt1HNTFItIistoimnllltrhy t f r1r the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January J J906 24600000 OFFICERS r S H SHANKSkPRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEYS GENERAL BOOKKEEPER r W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK rt DIREOTORS J B OwgLcr Stanford 8 II BIUNKA Stanford 0 W OAHTKH Turnenrl W II CCUMINS IreacheriTllle 1 O Ooocu Wnjortburjf W If TXAnon OIIDert Creek It L UuanleLancester W O WUKEII Stanford J B KOSTKH Stanford W a HiuxuHHUnforJ JI PAXTON BtaufordN We respectfully solicit the nccnnnts of Individuals Firms mtd corporations llnnki mid JlaiiktTiiiml nnlnINlfICl to urnlih nil ihixxltorn sued lout are consistent with sufc Imnkliitf MtxhTii Hnfoly lk oslt llim s In our vault fur uw of our UuMomtTi d First National Bank9taaroM Kyt Cipltil Stock 9500001 Thu institution was originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1191 then reorraaUpd as the National Hank of Stanford In 1865 and again reorganized as the First National Ilaik of Stanford 1811 having had pretic all an InIrupted existence fur 41 year It Is supplied now with facilities for IraDI ing basinets promptly and well than ever before In Its long bonorable career Recount of Individuals Fiduciaries end Cor partitions Solicited undone Offleirs J 8 IIUOKEK IlAnnii V free J J McKOIlKKTS H WKAKENAsst t Directors V UanvllU Harris Stanford J WCKloUIJJd RaujIbltluIIauforr2T Robin oh J II llangbman Stanford J U Stanford 0 R Stanfordp rrr ttal Ltre wet r r r t rr allrlt rlrr II HOMEYou now planning BUILDERSyour house to build this cciuon r Dont forget there filets ntwut Tin Itouting FIRE J FIRE I FIREDo you know the feeling these words give n owner If have u tin root theta will liO i cr I danger of nt your bones When you think ho lIrollCrtI longer it will last it Is cheaKt and liett Dont fail to consult and get prices before you a t roofIIUpotStreet Stanford Ky I ra a i r 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 v W B PerkInS 0I DOCE GRAY KentuckyDRUGGIST Hbellnndlany7year oMaMinche uw nvilyItush Held eiiKonnt to Illollft a living He liliynn II1lIKIfIt1 Pony Hhetlnnd flU U reganletl liy horsfinen an th pony In comers In that uditw rill In Men retained on till cplts Until with or bred elsewh rr rllrfIt Insurance money Iwrtltl lit the Imrn Utckof the Ht latplt lintel JAH YOUR WPDrugs Paints and Oils Glass Toilet Articles Paper Cigars and Will be supplied for low ces by W B McRoberts PEIISONAI given to nil Ircscriittions compounded IEGGS EGGS EGGS Plynouthlluck face WJunctotlu I or ggs deliverevltfnwuf chnro to Hlnnror- tllnClIsIr or Grab Orbllrd Thos Inter cstetl ar Invited to visit my point unit nee my stock Mrs View Poultry Farm Irenctmravnl- otryOgdensburg Record 212I4t Trb112u22 ly Mambrlno Iatchen mike the season of 1001 nt my farm at fiG to Inturo n living colt Ilo Is a Individual und Ilse abundant style speed And action lie hat proven himself u breeder bis cults being the kind that readily for big prices also stand three jacks twp at ntfS to Insure it living Colt Son my stock before yon breed 518 lUUCHIUAN Stanford Iy I strP P r fre f Preit lT Ubr W Obr Held L TN Ilocker Sanford Jar HubbU a Tate I I I are I you lie fire the me your rt tall cult awl lest lUrt anil Hllver will soil One 110 eyes Crab Orchard Wall 1STANFORD 5 supervision 8787 mute HAIR red ARK Ixtull fISIFall to ualf to It m enrntneN dliMm INSURANCE Ilaco your business in the old cst mill strongest company in tho V world Sec and tllikwith 11 thoIpromptlyred II M InMutual Lifo N Y Organized 1818 i1 I I