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I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL i VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 1 1906 NO 13 DANVILLE KY = Special Sale 2000 I Worth of Fancy and Plain Silks Beginning TUESDAYM AY IS1 we will offer our entire Muck rf Fancy Drew Silks including ull the newest idersof the Benson such Ire leaslouquloni11hito and Black checks nnd stripes NqwGrcyp Etc as well na n lot 01 socials in plain colors and Blacks nt extremely low price It will he 11m best oplwrttntity tp buy silks that you will have this year Hotter take advantage of It 25c per yankSix piew of real Ilalmtui Wish Silks in Stripe nUll- hrckll that Imve In lUc Inl Wi per ynnl Ten pfetws Of roalwlu Talfdta In next designs and all Kood color TIe a linvo IMIIIII Ofto nifll bile yftnl- tc Ir nnlAbout 23 lroi of this MXIMIIR nowwt nods most cloimble styles ol high gnido ThflSrtaOf iliand Black checks nod tripca Quecu Grow Gun Motal Grays and FnndT5ti iKuM wo sold ut ifjgt but the usual prieo nits 81 yard mh per unlCholce of about 20 pieawHiMir very lost nUll nowcst dress silks worth anywhere from to 815JI5 yarfl Me per yard Qtmhuiteed Black Tnllutna tln both himvy nnd Chill u weight that wo sold nt 81 M yard The e nro both 356 inches wide Aleo 50inrh colored Tnllttas dust S 1 nn In addition to nbovo wo will have on silo u number Or tuorticagtlus and odd pieces of silks nt hut little over limit price Tailored Suits t3tWe want to seIIPeverv Spring Unit and to close out tho remainder we will oft r at following reductions viz 8W ManTailored Suits for S10GO 825 MnnTitilorod Suits for 51i5 820 MauTailord Suits for 81205 815 ManTailored Suits Mack inly OTL t Silk Suits j 575 Shirt Waist Suits mado of fine quality of Chillou Talletno in white blnck nod colors were cheap nt S 10 81250 Very handsome Shirt Waist Suits beahfully nmijo and hand trimmed were excellent valued at 81050 Also Eton Suits that were 81850 81050 A few very handsome Eton Suits clalwrntcly made that wore 83250 No suits will bo sent jut on approval or taken back when Bold e e e all 8tfDANVILLEBKY v NEWS NOTES All of the San Francisco newspapers with ono exception have resumed pub lication Robbers who used dynamite made a haul of 2000 from the bank at Creal Springs III A bill before the Cuban House of Representatives appropriated 50000 for San Francisco Thirty Chinamen were drowned as the result of a collision between steam ers In Malacca Straits Secretary Metcalfc In a report to the president says he docs not believe the loss of life in San Francisco will exceed 300 Charles Alung aged 21 of Louisville was sentenced in the police court to pay a fine of 15 for having attempted suicideIndictments have been returned in Chicago against forner Judge Abner Smith and three other directors of the defunct Bank of America Capt Carlton Shafer aged G2 a vet eran of the Civil War and captain of a company that served under Urcckin ridge died in Laporte Ind John L Sullivan is alleged to have offered Dowio 1000 a week to appear with him in a vaudeville turn It is suggested that they would do well as the Havcbccn Brothers William Carden 19 of Owensboro was killed by lightning while leaning against a tree His neck was broken by the bolt Gardens father and younger brother were also injured Two bombs loaded with gunrotton were found on a window sill at the Un ion Station in Denver It is believed by the police that they were left there by somebody who was passing through the city The original Spanish name of tho now stricken city was MUion de los Do lores do Nuestro Padre San Francisco do Asis just as Santa Fes full name as translated into English is The True City of the Holy Faita of St Francis At Steubenville Ohio Common Pleas Judge It G Richards in the case of Nellie Singer vs Wm Singer for divorce held that the fact that Singer would not allow his wife to have green onions on the table was not a sufficient reason for divorce At Hopkinsville Miss Blanche A Smith an orphan aged 20 swore out a warrant for the arrest of Enoch Sims a Negro charging him with criminal assault She says she was getting din ner when tho Negro entered the kitch en locked tho door and assaulted her The Negro made his escape At Blueneld W Va Mr end Mrs Mary Wilson and Edgar Smith while walking on tho Norfolk and Western track near there were struck by a freight train all being instantly killed Their bodies were horribly mangled They stepped from the track to avoid an approaching train and wore hit by a freight going tho other way Tho appellate court sustained the contention of Commonwealths Attor ney W A Hurkamp of the Campbell circuit court that the circuit judge of a district is without authority to send a stenographer into a grand jury room for the purpose of taking notes of the evidence presented or for any purpose while the jury is making an investiga tionAt Cambridge Ohio Susan Stage Masters is dead ut thu age of 100 She was tho daughter of Corneilius and Hannah Stage and was born in New York State January 15 1800 She was married at the of 15 and is sur vived by five children the oldest of which is Mrs Peggy Henry who was 89 tho day her mother died She retained all her faculties until a short time ago At Indianapolis Ind Supreme Court of the state took the life out of tho drastic anticigaretto law enacted by tho last Legislature and left it a mere shell of what its framers intended it to be Their plats to prevent the smoking of cigarettes cannot be ac complished under their law The Supreme Court left it about as tho old ono stood preventing the sale and manufac ture of cigarettes within the state Henceforth any adult who wants to smoke n Cigarette any place in Indiana may do so and no sword can bo sus pended over him by officers of the law lie can own all the cigarettes ho can get but ho cant give them away or sell them Not if as hAs Rockefeller If you had all the wealth of Rocke feller the Standard Oil magnate you could not buy a better medicine for bowel complaints than Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Homed The most eminent physician can not prescribe a bettor preparation for colic and diarrhoea both for children and adults The uniform success of this remedy has shown lobesuperior to all others It never falls and when reduced with waterand sweetened is pleasant to take Every family should bo supplied with It Sold by Dr W N Craig tho popular druggist at Stanford 9 HUSTONVILLE Miss Mary D Kennedy of Stanford is the guest of Misses Cora and Grace J D Swope was among the happy guests who Sundayed at Hotel Weatherford Mr Hughey McCann of New Orleans is with his sister Mrs H A Richards near Mt Salem The thanks of R F D No1 carrier are tendered little Misses Roberta and Susan Blain for a delightful lunch at box 52 last week Mrs Lizzie Durham of near Mt Sa lem who has been an invalid for many months passed away on tho morning of the 26th and was buried the 27th Emmett McCormack bought 74 acres of land from Mrs Brent Barnett at about 60 Mr McCormack will build a nice cottage and other necessary im provements preparatory to moving thereD C Allen shipped two cars of hogs to Cincinnati last week and is qut after three more cars this week For the past year ho has been making an aver age shipment of cars of live stock per month A veritable water spout struck upper Green river Friday night and raised tho river higher than it has been in six months Fencing and plowed lands were damaged considerably retarding work in tha bottoms for at least 10 daysBy all means send the names and Addresses of your friends In other States who are cxKentuckians to the secre tary of the commercial club who will have Invitations sent them to attend the great Home Coming at Louisville Juno 1317Inclllsive Last week Mrs Mattie Adams made memorable by a delightful dinner given on the third score anniversary of her mother Mrs Kate Powells birth Mrs Powells very lovely character has won for her many friends and they hope she may live to enjoy the celebration of many birthdays W D locker was at home from Ty rone Sunday W S Huffman of Law renceburg was with relatives here Sun day II R Comnitz came home Sun day from Cincinnati where he is en gaged with the Ohio Valley Publishing Co He has charge of the magazine work the force getting out over 100 000 copies monthly Charles Hull of Louisville an expert manufacturer of tin ware has located in our city and will open for business this wreak in the back room at S D Yowells under the opera house Plumbing gas and steam fitting are made all sizes and all work guaranteed Every body wants some work dono In this line Lets give him a tin shower The Beaver Creek Oil Gas Co has contracted with A B Florence for the further development of their leases in Wayne County one well to be drilled at onco on the Sanders lease the loca tion of which was made Friday by Mr S M Owens whoso good judgment is evidenced by his never failing to locate n producer in all the stakes he has driv enThe popularity of Rev S B Lander was evidenced Sunday by the large and attentive audience which was well repaid for its coming for his sermon was one of the most comprehensive efforts delivered here since tho pastorate days of Eld B J Pinkerton There will be services each Sunday morning and eve ning in the Presbyterian church thro out the summer His subject next Sun morning Render to nil Thine DuesRomans ix7 Evening sub ject OnLuke 740 A cor dial invitation is extended to all Carroll Bailey bought a fouryearold Gallon gelding of James Yowell for 250 W G Cowan bought a harness gelding of Anthony Hunn Co for 250 Dr and Albert Star back of Wilimington 0 bought the following horses lost Two nice harness geldings for 325 from Tone Hunn one brown Dignity Dare mare for 175 and one fancy com bined mare for 160 from A B C Din widdie one 21yearold brood mare of T L Carpenter for 100 Tone Hunn bought a very horse from R S Scud der for 125 and one from Mrs W J Campbell for 100 He also bought of Charles a fouryearold gelding by Marion Squirrel for 225 Nervous School Children Statistics gathered by various School Hoards show that a largo percentage of school children suffer from different forms of nervousness mild or exaggerated Some showed u tendency to melancholy others mental depression and many the nervous twltchings of mild chorea br St Vitus dance Most of these troubles can be overcome proper food BUllleieut sleep amt Dr Caldwolls laxative Syrup Pepsin It Is a universal childrens medicine be cause if good food is eaten it in sure that tho food is properly di gested and indigestion and nerve poisons properly thrown out It Is pleasant to take and safe and sure In results Try it Sold b Pennys Drug Store Stanford W Adams IIustonvillo at 50c and 61 Money back If It falls I 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 j 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 Right Goods and I ight t Prices Corn Planters Disc Harrows Dray Harrows Walking Cultivators Something entirely new in n Riding Cultivator Dont buyuntil you see it a WIH HIGGINSSpecial Price on Buggies and Buggy Harness CASH HOUSE KENTUCKYIL THERES A REASON FOR THEIR HAPPINESS They are regular wearers of Justbought t the good shoe trade that they made ALL AMERICA SHOES are always lead whatnppearsInColt Russia and velour Calf with hard wear soles which Insure durability They are known the country ourthey are leaders and at 35 and 400 are the shoe buy for smart dressers Come in and look them over c F SAM ROBINSONDry Goods Clothing Shoe Huts nnd Caps Ladies and Gents Furnishings Etc the store that saves you money Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY 1NtiN111N17ti 1t1K1 NtiNtitvt Crams Heroin Compound Craigs Heroin Compound WREN BABY FIRST BEGINS TO SNEEZE GIVE Craigs Heroin Compound IT CURES THAT HOARSE AND CROUPY WHEEZE AND STOPS THAT RATTLING SOUND 25c oOc AND ttlOO SIZES AT CRAIGS DRUG STORE The Place to OilY Garden and Field Seeds Garden Tools Plow Gear Poultry Netting Screen Wire Cloth Screen Doors Hardware Cuttlery Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruitsrc at bottom prices G orgeDIIliopp r Stanford Ky I The Interior Journal E C WALTON JUDGE JOHN WHUGHES of Mercer county li a candidate to ropr cent the Eighth Congressional district of Kentucky In Coneress to lion O O Gilbert subject to the action of the Der ocmlc partyS- ENATOR SrooNER in a long drawn out speech attempted to prove that Senator Bailey is wrong in his contention that inferior federal courts should not intervene to prevent the i operation of the railroad rate bill if enacted but as his side fought Senator Baileys proposition to take a vote on the bill the inference is that his arguments were not very convincing Senator Baileys speech is the greatest so far delivered in the apparent interminable debate and has cause more comment than any made in the Senate for years The Texan is one of the greatest men in the country MRS SINGER at Steubenville 0 sued her husband for divorce because he wouldnt let her have green onions on the table but the judge held that it was not a sufficient cause for a divorce of the marital bonds Some judges will never learn no sense tithe judgment day He ought to have granted the husband relief from a wife who would want oniqns on the table IT is sUited that there are 300000 in the treasury at Washington to the credit of the conscience fund Thi is a pretty large fund but Imagine how vast it would be if every man hat aconscience who has robbed the government IT is particularly appropriate that the old Confederates will meet next year in Richmond Va They can fight their battles over on the very scene of the original conflict and enjoy the great Jamestown Exposition besides r LANCASTER J W Sweeney of this place was elected swordbearer in Ryan Comman dery Knights Templar at Danville last weekThe National Bank got in a new sal Friday night Some little trouble was experienced in getting it into the build ing onaccount of its size and weight It is of a most modern design The oratorical contest to be given May 31st by the Lancaster Lyceuti Company promises to be a good one Competent judges will award a gold watch valued at 50 for the best oration delivered by any young man between the ages of 14 and 21 Lancds terwill be allowed two contestants Bry antsville one Paint Lick one and each adjoining county one Several contest ants have appliedto Secretary M D HughesDr T Eatons lecture on POOIl Kin Friday evening was one of the best things that has been in town for some time Dr Eaton is the pastor of the Walnut Skeet Baptist church in Louisville a lecturer of much ability The lecture was given under the auspices of the ladies of the Baptist church and netted them quite a good sum W B Regan sold a pair of mules to Frank Thompson for 28250 Dr Ac ton bought a filly from Solomon C Rigsby for 191 Mrs C S Sanders bought of Lenny Hardin a sow and pigs for 20 Mrs Josephine Boner bought the Armstrong property near Bryantsville for 1200 Dr Carmon bought a horse of Paint Lick parties for 150 C A Robinson a yoke of oxen fromjonan Marseo for 100 Mr Henry Kuhlman bought the Petty place on the Crab Orchard pike at a price of 1250 Editor and Mrs Harry McCarty of Nicholasville were with Mr and Mrs Louis Landram Sunday A 11 Kin naird of Middlesboro was in town last week Mrs John W Miller and grand daughter Miss Gladys Frisbie are with Mrs R E Hughes in Louisville Misses Susie Buford and Frances Miles bf Nicholasville are the guests of Miss Altie Marksbury John BParks a prominent citizen of Richmond was in town the latter part of the week Capt Wm Herudon who has been attending court at Irvine has returned home Mrs Powell Duncan of Nicholasville is with her daughter Mrs Sam Hasel den Quite u number of Lancaster people aro attending the Lexington races Fortunate MIssurlans i When I was a druggist at Livonia Mo writes T J Dwyer now of Oraysville Mo three of my custo mers were permanently cured of con sumption by Dr Kings New Discov j tcry and are well and strong to day Ono was trying to sell his property and move to Arizona but after using t New Discovery a short time he found it unnecessary to do so I regard Dr New Discovery as the most 4King medicine In existence Cough and Cold cure and Throat and Lung Healer Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyne Bros crab Orchard t IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The forest fires have done considerable damage in Adair county Mrs Sallie A Ford the aged mother of the Hon R C Ford of Middlcsbor is dead at Owentorf J D Johnson one of the largest men in Laurel county weighing 250 pounds while driving a team of horses was kicked by ono of them and his leg was broken In the circuit court at Danville thei Jung Brewing Co was fined 100 amI costs for nothaving the word Inca poratcd on its printing matter as Is required by law News In the Knox Circuit Court Dunk Low was convicted of the murder of Joel Mitchell and given a sentence of 21 years in the penitentiary GaleGree and Abner Low are charged with being accessoriesThe of Lexington are demanding more pay and a shorter work- Ing day and threaten to tie up buildin operations unless their demands are granted There will be a conference oC carpenters and builders to discuss the situation Joe W Frya wellknown farmer or Waco Madison county disappears from his home last January and sine oCIdays since hanging to a tree in a dens thicket near Moberly Station The flesh had nearly all dropped from the body showing the man had been dead several weeks Fry had climbed the tree tied a leather halter around his neck and jumped out lie was about 40 years age and a widower Jt Danville the 19th annual Stat intercollegiate oratorical contest wa held in the chapel of Old Centre Earl Russell Epperson of Louisville represented Central University ami was awarded first honora gold medal Ho selected for his subject An Ever Present Problem which he used as a caption for the real subject that of the struggle between labor and capital Ho handled kin a most praiseworthy manner The second prize was awarded to Reuben Holland of Whitcsvillc He represented Kentucky State College Lex- Ington His subject was The South land and he beautifully eulogized the land and the people south of Mason and Dixons line It is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold How often do we hear it remarked Its only a cold II and a few days In ter learn that the man is on his back with pneumonia This is of such common occurrence that a cold hovrove slight should not be disregarded Chamberlains Cough Remedy counteracts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia and has gained Its great popularity and extensive salob Its prompt cures of this most common ailment It always cures and is pleas ant to take For sale by Dr W N Craig the popular druggist at Stan ford Ky A Negro supposed to have escape from officers in Wise county Va trio to criminally assault a young girl nea layking Ky After she had made her scapo he locked three children in the house saturated the floors with kerosene and applied a match A passerb escued the inmates whose parent were temporarily absent and extinguished the flames A posse is searching for the Negro Great Activity- s shown without any dlsagrecabl fterellects by Dr Caldwell laxative Syrup Pepsin In going to the seat pf your trouble when you art n victim of Constipation Biliousness Headache Indlgestlqn Dizziness etc H gently but firmly drives out the poisons that are causing your illness and braces up all your internal organs to do their proper work Try it Sold by Pennys Drug Store Stanford C W Adams Hustonyillc at 56c and 81 Money back if it tails 1FThe HargisCockrell feud has been renewed at Jackson Saturday night a fusillade of bullets was fired at Deach Hargis The windows of the ouse in which he took refuge were riddled Hargis armed himself to goon the war path but friends told him enemies were in waiting Devilss Island Torture Is no worse than the terrible case of Plies that ullllctcd mo 10 years Then I was advised to apply Bucklcns SINapier25c at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard in1Paristhe day which they have threatened to repulsedithout A Mountain of Gold Quid not bring as much happiness to 111s Lucia Wilke of Caroline Wis 1s did one 25e box of Bucklcns Arnica Sahe when it completely cured a run nlng sore on her leg which had tortur ed her 23 long years Greatest nntlsep tic healer of Plies Wounds and Sores 200 at Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Ilft L Lt al EaJ Here and There David Polter of Warren county is dead at 95 years Ho was one of 13 children two of whom suavive The Hart county grand jury has returned 168 indictments 85 ot them for violations of the local option law William McCracken the turfman of the State who brought ute first trot ting horse to Kentucky died at Lexington Leon Blum an old resident of Texas and known throughout the entire country as one of the Souths greatest merchants died at his home In Galveston aged 70 years The Chicago grand jury has returned 3L indictments against John A Cooke former Circuit Clerk of Cook County charging him with forgery embezzlement and other offenses County Judge Middleton and the five magistrates composing the fiscal court have been indicted by the grand jury at Munfonlavillo for falling to provide sanitary quarters for county prisoners The San Francisco Relief Committee received shock when it was learned that only 300000 would be available of the 2200000 appropriated by Con gress the remainder having been ex pended by Secretary Taft for the pur chase of supplies in the East By a decision of Judge Stout in the Franklin circuit court in the case of J W Johnson vs E II Taylor Jr d Sons incorporated distillers it was held that Johnson was the owner of 11 of the 20 shares of stock of the origi nal company The amount involved is said to be 100000 For aiding and abetting Afan Parker defaulting cashicrof the First National Bank of Tullahoma Tenn Newton W Hamilton and Thomas D Lawson were convicted in the United States District Court sitting in Nashville The offense is defined as a misdemeanor the minimum punishment for which is five years in prison Postmaster Robbed G W Fouts Postmaster at River ton la nearly lost his life and was robbed of all comfort according to his letter which saysufor 20 years t bad chronic liver complaint which led to such a severe easy of jaundice that even my finger nails turned yellow when my doctor prescribed Electric Bitters which cured mo and have kept me well for 11 years Sure cure for Biliousness Neuralgia Weakness and all Stomach Liver Kidney and Bladder derangements A wonderful Tonic At Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard 50 cents Guests suffering from nightmare will find bedding in the barn Dont use towels for show Guests falling down the elevator shaft will please not scrape the plaster ing off with their front teethHotel LifeLINCOLN SQUIRRELR- ed bay black point 154 hands high heavy mane and tall good back with long craney tapering neck well set In high taount ed shoulders a comolned bone and ear un him a model under halter wonderful style In harness show horse sure be Is saddle horse with five distinct galls fast acting rocker good In two walks and oleo lopcr very positive In bis trot under saddle and In harness great all around action a Is required for an upto date sire of high horses for saddle or harness he Is a sure enough harness horse graceful ttjllih and fast Lincoln Squirrel was sired by Marlon Squirrel 008 by old flack gnulrt rel 158 be by mack Eagle 74 he by King VlllUm 4T Marlon rqnlrreli tat dam Qreen Mountain 2d dam by Huge Edwin Forest Llncon Squirrels tit dam Kate UcCallster by Messenger Dreezn a full Brother to Maudo Messenger record 2il8 2d dam Marla Depoe Maaibrlno Stat light a full brother to Lady Thorn 224 Ird dam Molllo Orow by Helms Yorkshire thoroughbred Black his grand tire Is the sire of more noted saddle horses than any other horse In tho world such as ilgbland Chester Dare and Ited iqulrrel Lincoln qulrrel will bo allowed to serve a few good mare the season of 1006 at leatey ilros livery barn at 81850 to Inure a living colt Phone 3 J K KEAZLEY Stanford Ky WHITES PURITY D- SplitsSplits SPLITS What Is Splits Findr lOutGet of Whites Diamond Brand Splits Made from Epsoin Water Carbonated Stops the Dope Habit It is easy Tryour Diamond Brand Splits For sale nt Drug Stores Soda Fountains Cafes and Saloons Price lOc Per Bottle Whites C C Watcr Company riteI Crab Orohard Ky Two Farms For Sale I wish to doll prlvntily my fnrm of 1m acrosO miles West of Ijincnstcr on the Loxi liiRton pike It Is well improved mid hn plenty of water mid tlmlxT ll flnctunit bullillnits In Rood repair Also nn unimproved farm of ncr 111flIcIMurksliury Ky A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberU Drug Store in the Owsley Building Old Crab Orchard CHitlllwy Whisky I Direct from IMitlllerv Any quantity Hot tie Juiror funnel SJ f 8u fa and tl Orders by mall promptly shipped OLD GRAD OKOIIAIU UI9TILLRUY GO Opposite Depot Crab Orchard Ky Wayritsburg Marble and Gran lie Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor IVuler In nnd Manufacturer of Granite Monuments Marble llaUed Letters In II OfTlce and work Vtivni burn Ky It 111ndgct- tlgtMorris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Grab Orchard Ky We are prtftarrd to write Insurance Life Accident Fire or TornadoA- nd solicit the buiness of the cltlsens of tho East rind Nona but the beat compnn 118 represented Office with Crab Orchard Banking Co Hnvo n talk with us lioforo placing your In turn nee of renewing old policies IUt your proiwrty with in mid wo 11l1t for you charging you only u sumll per Cut Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Carter Urv Oasle Company et nl Pieh- illnvsJKthlrilletnlIkfelllla111s No t HrtjeIuriuiiinnt ton JuilKiuontof the Llncoli clrrult court rendered in the above ktylei uctliin the tmdt Iled tiiitntercommUMoii rr of Mild oourt will on MONDAY MAY U lletween and IC In trout of tho emir Iuuw door to Htnnhrd Ky well at pulild uutcrytolhelgocsl unit It tilitder real v bitu hereinafter described oro mud thereof us may Iw necvnsnry to Mitltfy sunii uwvuiuiry tn rvalliiil lirrvln Th muni here saxy to lot reallxeil front tills wl art1 thosuin of iHMTOaiul Intereot thrreoi 111110 isT rent luiini June 1UH mid th cintnof this action and the further sum it f pni The real extuUt luentloiuil is In Llncoli UlMiundiil on tho Nortl h 01lrM1I1llIUllrlulIJIlIltI JH Murphy on the West by the o Mr Miulh tijr the Htiinfon Ind Ilustonvilluturn hike The Mile will IM on n crvillt of six mouth nnd the purchaser will lw miulrvtl to Kin laud for tbo 1lIIIIto1 ccurltypg nbloInCantrlienrblg Inheres nt the rale of of pt r cent iiiintiiu front dull Jf wile unlit paid OEO D SAUFLEY M C L C C Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Murphy Dlnwldilleet IlaliitllTs VI et nl Notice or Ilelur llIllI to JinlKement of the Llncoli Circuit Court rendered In the ntnive styles ictlou at the Keiiruary term 1141 tin under Igned Master Comr will on MONDAY MAY atween and l1rMt liifrontof the court iiiUKi door In Htanford Ky sell at piihlli tutery to tin lilKhent and It Milder tin enl entatn hereliinlter de crllnil fur thl- IlUr1otlllf division ii olong the nwners there IIf Tho hi rent vatnto Is situated Ir ilncolii County Ky near Tiirner vllle alii 0 boundod a lollmvs llrgbluinglit II y- 1Ilvc11sconlrrInthcenter rlhit Milnter and rniinlni wild Iflveni llm N 4Si W 12lwle II nko to xllnkit lOll 11111tilllIOVlpoe IS pole 8 llnU to star In the cenle fir Ihe Ike thence NMi K 3 Hite t link to the beg In ulug can to lying onefourlh iI- I IIIIIICrtlImrO or less The purlieu hereti lerlved title to IheadoviMleKcrllied ids from JiilinC Illnwldille nciiulriHl tbydetil from Ixmliut McKeiiney idnruln- Utility pears In tiro olllce oMhe clerk of the court Ved hook mgr rij The purcliuiHT will ir iulril to give xind for the prlcv approved nnd ellect of n 1NlrlIhhto0111 Dmwldilte Minnie III Morton nnd the purvhaser will Is1 IHT tin uiyren u rcolTshall1rrlvent tho ago of years lowevur should Holier Durham tho guar of plalntltTii execute the required guar ns101115ileil tho Miiinn due plain herein may IH uild to him six months uUtr tho date of lit niln mill nhould John lorton exi uuto tho reijiilnil gulls n Iiii ond then thtfsum duo Morton may INlhl10 him MX monthx after the title of ilr OED D SAUPLEV M C L C C Lommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court IlnlntlfT Nannle Vhlteet rfcndniltsNutlccnf Mule PurMiiuit to n Judgment or the Llneulii circuit court remlvred In th aljovo styliil ctlon at till Kelirnury term HIM tin under MII1It1 Mauler CommlSHloner of Mild court will oil MONDAY MAY N11451 Unit the lunir of i 3111 front of the jiirthoiiM door In sell at nlillo outcry to the hluliext 11nt11I lildder tho real enlate hereinafter di crllKi or MI I11I1Ih tlierrof his may lie necessary to calls fv tho tuniK adjudued the plalntlti In thUiic tloll towlt ilKiui and Interest thereon at rato of 6 IHT iiiiiiinii trout No tmlier Ism until llIlolj and tho costs of ilx action The wild entate U Nltnatiil III Lincoln county Ky on the waters of lIz IUnr mid U Ixiuiuliil followHt ItoKlnnlng lit n stoke corner to lliand llourne ii amllton ilionco N M W crossing tho river iiiktakK U 1111 iMileii thence down tho hllllk of tho river NtJapolerN71 W H lUiMilKk Iii W to ko In tho IInllk of tln river elnt IMllllcrtthIIo new K 111Idc9 lo a aero t1- ierInsinmitddellqcNtoj fil flW poles to Make In the cy K 11 ln Its tothelsghthills voiUalnlnu ulxmt 1- 111IrtS mode on a credit of MX rIlrl1l1IIIhol1I1I1oviil Irimmlxsloner and hearing interest at till- rlllo of a cent i er nun unt from Into of lo until Allen will li retained 1the land to further secure tho iiayiiient of th e mirchiiko told tho bond will have tI rbrco nnd filed of a jiiilgiiientppltlill whhh jTiitlon mny lssuc If not iiturlty OEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C a tr ANYBODY Can make Vests and Trousers but it takes b ian Artist years of experience to make a Coat with a close fitting collar the broad flat backs the perfect straighthanging front and that Broad Curved Shoulder like you see inIthe pictures Few people can do this but you willfind it in our CoinsrTry them on and see how much better they shape your shoulders than other coats H J McROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY i PENNYS DRUG STORE BASE BALL SPECIAL Weve received a complete sample case of Reachs Base Ball Gloves and Mitts at a Special Price and we offer them at 10 per cent under list while this lot lasts Heres your opportunity boys to save money on a good glove 1titV1N PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky r Gall and get ono of those If not satisfactory return it and get your mon oy back Good for roast turkey ham ctc Works on top of etovo ns well ill oven i GEORGE H FARRIS O Stanford Kentucky Be find enough to remit us the amount of your dues at this office I u t SUITSIn Mnuili Mixtures Pnnnnm and Sergct in Alice Blue Reseda Black v rind Navy at 8250 SIrnlill 818 Silk and Wash WaistsII The waists this season are prettier than over Plain colors in Tallela WnieU nt s and 8050 Whit and Black Hnlmtai Silk Waists at 85 to l 8050 Wftfh wRist in Hntietc and Lingerie Cloth with lace and embroid I cry at COo to 8050 150 his reneoua newest skirts in Black Grey and Navy Jtt fJ to 810 t SEVERANCE STANFORD KENTUCKY It STMaORD KY MAY 1900 DELICIOUS Ico Cream Soda at Pennys Drug Store t PERSONALS MRS JOHN LUTES is visiting her son In Paris MR JOHN LUTES is In Winchester on business Miss ELLEN BALLOU was in Cincinna 1ti last week JOHN MKNEFEK JR spent several days in Lexington MR J II BAUCHMAN went up to the mountains Saturday MR C I11AIL of Somerset was hero Friday on business Miss RACHEL ALLISON of Lexington Is with Mrs Mary Burch 1MRS A W CARPENTER has been very sick but Is convalescing MR AND MRS C R COLEMAN arc upending n few days In Louisville GKORCB ES WEAREN visiting her parents at Hustonvillo GEORGE MENEKEE was over from Georgetown Friday to see tho home folks MRS E A REICIIENBACH and child ren of Louisville are visiting relatives In this county MR H C ARNOLD a valued friend of this paper was over from Garrard yesterday Mn S T HARRIS In spending a few days lit Crabs Orchard drinking the sulphur water MR AND MRS HORACE HEUNDON of Garrard spent Sunday jvith Mr an Mrs J C Hays- MESDAMBSWE BAUGIIMANand H Sandidgo of Danville are guests o Mrs Tom Pence t HON F F BonBlTT the Cicero oft the Mountains was down from Crab Orchard yesterday MR GCO L CARTER and wife will go to Martlnsvillc Ind for tllo benefit of his wifes health ATTORNED C C WILLIAMS of ML Vernon and Capt L C Smith o Urodhoad were hero yesterday OWSLEV REID while rowing a 1Twat slipped and fell Saturday break ing one of the bones in his loft wrist MKS J G CARPENTER spent severe t days with her mother Mrs M E Irish at Crab Orchard who has been quite sickMRS J PAXTON and children spent several days last week In Lancas ter with her parcntsMr and Mrs A C Robinson MR GEORGB B PRUITT of the un dertaking firm of Prultt Bros More land is In Louisville attending lecture- on embalming MRS MARY HUNTER who has been tho guest of Mr J C Florence and family returned to her homo at Crab Orchard Friday MR W PrTATE who was taken ill In Casey county yeas moved to his J home here Saturday lie Is doing an well as could be expected ATTORNEY BURTON VANCE and Mr G II Lamkin of Louisville were hero Friday en route to Jackson county to catch some of the finny tribe MR E C HoPi Ell and daughter Miss Camille Hopper who were in San Francisco during tho earthquake loft there Saturday for Hustonvillo their home BOWMAN OWENS of McKinney was in the city visiting Dr J M Owens A C Sine State organizer of the Mac cabees was in tho city several days Somerset Journal JUDGE JOHN W HUGHKS of Harrodi r burg candidate for Congress in this district was here Friday mingling with his numerous friends Ho was accom panied by Mr Jacob Hugueley of Dan + ville Tim Misses Alcorn of Stanford were In Danvillo Thursday Misses Hello Denny and Dollio McRoberts of Stanford were here yesterday Messrs J S Owaley Jr and James F Holdam of Stanford were in this city yoster day on business News LOCALS SUMMER lap dusters at J C Me Clarys M WANTEDA good buggy horse Jos Ballou Stanford SEE us for white low shoes Infants to ladies Severance Son FOR RENT Cottage and garden Apply to L R Hughes Stanford 2t- WANTEDAA good blacksmith Write to B W Leigh Store PLANTS for sale E b Rcinhart StanfordrFOR millet seed earN seed and cow- peas see T D Newland FOR SALE PJantB of all kinds an UppsIFOR RENT Tho storeroom on Lan caster street just vacated by Garland Singfeton Apply at this office II WILL deliver the latter part of next the books and scissors T sold to Stanford parties Elbert Young IT will pay you to get our prices o II seeds and fertilizer before buying It H West Co Junction City Ky Tile members of tho C W B M will meet in the lecture room of t1 Christian church nt 230 Wednesday afternoon Slansa money Keep money and return bag to this office A CORPS civilengineers will arrive today to make the final survey for the Interurban lino from Stanford to Liberty It looks like the interurban Is a certainty now- SrtclAL prices for next week April 30 to May Gj all Cc calicoes Cc yard oak curtain poles 7c each 7 toot oil shadess 25c Swiss curtains COc 75c and Severance Son ITm Misses Icyhaveopened a dressmaking establishment over Christs corfvicinity to call and see them I HAVE returned from my stay at Wllynr burg and will be constantly at my office on Lancaster street where I shall be glad to wait on any one need ing dental work R L Davison ofa play at Mrs Roso Andersons near Tur ncrsville on Wednesday nwtt May 2 The ladies ore most cordially invited to call THE AidSociety ofthe Bap list church will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs James F Cummins and will also have a call meeting of tho missionary society Mrs E J Brown secretary TilE L N will run its first excur sion of tho aeasou to Cincinnati next roundstrip Train leaves depot hero at 5 A returning it leaves 4th Street sta tion at 830 P sL nON M J FANNING the Irish orator who Is making a lecture tour of the State will be In Crab Orchard Friday next May 4th to deliver a free lecture at the Baptist church at 730 r M Subject My country and yours what shall it beT MR J S CAMPBELL tclla us of the death of his aged mother in Casey county and the same day his father suf fered a stroke of paralysis Paralysis caused his mothers death She was 70 years old His father is In a very precarious condition COMING M J Fanning of Philadel phia the great temperance orator Will speak at Stanford in Waltons Opera Houso at 230 and 730 r Thursday May 3rd and at Crab Orchard Friday at 7 P Subject My Country and Yours What Shall it bo 7 Let every body who wishes to enjoy a fine lecture hear him No charge for admission- EDRANKSMr Callfo Eubanks died Sunday afternoon about 5 oclock at his brothers homo tin Darstown street of seerallmonthswas burying ground yesterday afternoon after short services at the grave by Mr J C Mc Clary AT the meeting ofboard of trus tees last Thursday night tho following teachers were elected to positions in the Stanford Graded School Misses Annie McKinney Annie Dunn nnd Frances Adams and Mesdames H D Phil lips and L B Warner These teach ers have given entire satisfaction and theirelection will meet with general approbation Two vacancies aro yet to bb filledthe highs hool teacher and ono for the grades t A Relief r to the tired houec wife or those who dislike to sew is the opportunity to buy ReadyMade Clothes This department of our store is growing all the time and wo now have a good line of this seasons newest styles in Suits Skirts Waists Wash Suits Wash Waists Ac The variety of our showing and I the beauty of design and reasonableness of cost has been favorably com mented on by those who have seen them i TilE election on the Graded School question at Crab Orchard Saturday was a vnpstded affair Those favoring the proposition won by a vote of 90 to 13 bedard Camnltz of Husjonville who dill the pitching shut out the visiting team in a hotly contested game f TUB L N sellroundtrip tick Its to Louisvlllo today and for trains arriving in Louisville before noon of May 2d limited to May 3d at 330 On May let and 2d limited to May 30th nt 110 also May 3d to 29th in elusive limited to three days from date of sale at 110 GRADED SCHOOL ALENDAIIBncca laureate sermon by Rev Gilbert Glass oat the Presbyterian church Sunday May 20 at 11 A M Commencement address at Waltons Opera House Wed nesday May 2310 A M by A H Throckmorton dean of College Law Danville Ky Piano recital at Waltons Opera House at 8 r M May 23 There will be an art display at tho Graded School May 19 at 2 P M and a matinee recital at 3 r M of the same date in tho chapel of the Graded School BIBB ThermosBibb aged SO died at the home of his daughter Mrs Sam M Owens in tho McKinney section Sunday He had been in feeble health for several years but not until a week ago did his condition become alarming Ho was a fine old gentle man a gallant cxConfcdcrato and a splendid citizen Ho is survived by three daughters Mesdames Owens Mda number of years ago Funeral services were conducted at the home by Rev Gilbert Glass yesterday morning alter which the remains were taken to Bristol Tenn for interment Much sympathy is felt for tho daughters in their great loss DR Mc R AcDrJoseph N McCormack of Bowling Green whose name is more familiar to tho profession than that of any other member of Kentucky State Medical Association aI gentleman of scholarly attainments an orator will come to Stanford as the representative of the American Medi cal Associationunder the auspices of the Lincoln County Medical Society and deliver an address at the court house upon tho Proper Relations of the Medical Profession to the Public on Wednesday May 16 the speaking to begin promptly at 10 A u Dr Mc Cormack has addressed popular audi ences all over the United States on this subject and his manner of the presenta tion of It is very attractive Each phy sician of every section whether he is a member of his county society or not is invited to be present and to bring his family and friends to the appointment Lawyers teachers farmers business men druggists legislators city and county officials and especially the lay dies aro urged to attend Tho talk will not be technical Wo trust the town and the country will embrace the raro opportunity of hearing this distin guished Kentucky doctor B Tile young ladles of Stanford gave an elegant Return Dance to the young gentlemen at Waltons Opera House Friday evening and it was in deed an enjoyable affair and the light fantastic was tripped till a late hour to tho sweet strains of Cook Tilfords orchestra The young men were on their best behavior and everyone present enjoyed the evening to the fullest extent Those participating ware Miss Marie Mahony and Ed Ballard Miss Lucy Miller Givens and R B Woods Miss Sallie Taylor Woods and Adam Pence Miss Sue Taylor Engleman and Earl Coleman Miss Nannio Woods En glcman and Jirl1 Yowell Miss Bessie Kay Engleman and JMJ41verson Miss Clara Cooper and It TBruce Miss Myrtle OBannon and Joe L B Coffey Miss Levisa Harris and R L Warner Miss Jennie Lynn and Harry Hill Miss Addie McClary and George Menofee Miss Mattie Menefee and T W Pennington Miss Josephine Brady and Fred Cook Miss Sue F Woods and Robert Coffey Miss Frances Cooper and Robert Fenzel Miss Mary D Ken nedy and Boyd Weathdrford Mrs Sue Yeager and J N Menefee Jr Mr and Mrs J F Brady Mr and John IIIShanks Stags Walter Owsley H C Rupley H Burke Joo Will Rout Rowland Bishop Val Morse Harry Frye Francis Weatherford Geo B Saufley I VL r lL4YIV Ld t k ALL kinds of plants lettuce rad dishes etc for sale Ed Hubbard NEW wash waists roc 8060 Sev crane Son FOR SALE Clean stock dry goods and groceries This office FOR screenrdoors window screens wire cloth water coolers Ice cream freezers lawn mowers go to George H Farris IF you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Cone en 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 Hustonvillo J W Thomp son Kingsvillo SJONES Mr L Russ Jones aged alxAiv 75 died at his home near More lane yesterday after a protracted ill ness of a complication oftroubles The burial will occur in Buffalo cemetery at 3 oclock this afternoon after brief ser vices at the grave Deceased who was a most honorable man moved to this county from Wayne and had made a splendid citizen Ho Is survived by his wife who was a Miss Burkhart of Pulaski and three children Mes dames W B Good of this place and Caleb Tucker of Boyle and Mr Wil liam Jones of Junction City A good man has gone to his reward let his splendid lire be emulated The plan devised by the vactican for the division of tho 7000000 paid by the United States for the Friar lands in the Philippines has been accepted by the Dominicans and substantially agreed to by the other religious orders Tho Vatican will retain the principal a portion of the Interest going to the Philippine diocesses and religious orders Stomach Troubles Mrs Sue Martin an old and highly respected resident of Falsonia Miss was sick with stomach trouble for more than six months Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets cured her She says I can now out anything I want undam the proudest woman in the world to find such a good medicine For sale by Rr W N Craig tho poS ular druggist at Stanford Ky NOTICE I will until MnvllKM will fnmlty prlvll gitnui wnter nt springs lire months for J3 null will tosnmn Unto deliver snide water to tiolnti where I do not hnve to vullon1fill H II Ni l Box Si Huslonvllle Ky JOHN BEECHER MInck Jllck with white point hnnils high tins proven hlm clf n gust mite tack wiiiHlnil Hubble needier 1st ilnin u lllnrk hawk Junnit Is uo VIIiKI stock of the kind can lx hnd Will niiike the enon ofiuunt my plllll ut puotoliwire u living colt J ii IIWOlf NOTICE will nil W i nNhHltYJtN7Iiiario1- Ter for wile our Mill lit Iliiriiftlde Ky Tills h n Holler KlourlngMlllcnpncttyto JinrroLi on the Nordyke R Iormoll Hyntem tnnchln cry nenrly new Tilts Mill Iso conxhttK of u holler Mill nnd Keed rusher cnpiiclty lliMliels win crush Ysl mullein Keed iwriiiIltiiii llrxt cinss Inn dition mill Kltnntid on railroad truck Burn xlde hits n of IHI InhnliltunU and therein no oilier mill within lomllesunrrcrt son for Mlllncthl proHity iHowliiK to our health tutu hg tivmadt Iroti ot tills kind of property would 0 well to InvcKtlciite It nN H is going to Mll M U In oHnUlou and Mr MrKerlinle will to uplensure In show Intz It In mi v one wlutU IntcrocUil anti will cull nt the Mill Inquiries liy null will be TKHMH KAHY MlKKCIIXfK DUOS Hurnslde ICy KENTUCKY SQUIRREL Combined Miilllon 0 years old n Ixiuitlftil one white foot 10 linniN hill nil KtyhiiftlonhUeiind hrecdliiK entl lltH him to rank the Ixst PKIUIIIIKK Hired hy Wood Hiiilrrol 1st idol liv The KhiK n ton of Hllver Klnir lie liv on liv Htonewnll Jackson Hull lileK urent show fiorMJildnm liy tin rune ins wills nM KexlilKton wutsl Hiillrnl wn sired liy lllnek 10111111111111 l y Illnck KiiKle ilho by 1111 Kiltie sal dam the dew of Knule Itlnl he liy Htnr KiiRle the Isut son of ulilxlfii Ux Inttton dnm Mnnd V No to by Dolnnx irnlnuer ftl dnm Ktlle premium Muddle mare VnnMeter IKrtluine half brothorto the nice IIXt xllltou built out of Alice iirnoul Hllver lug wn by On Time Bud out of n mum by NiblieUd Lexing ton The wits n Hut burs e nnd well bred Kentucky Hqulrrel will tervo inurvH nt to Insure n colt 1111III111HIlUXCBIIinilllK h lick tack in linndi hnd rue Inch coming three years old tills Kprlng weighs UUI was nlnsl Illnck Oloiul he by Tom KetnetiI of tint nlMivo stuck will mnko the nenwm of list nt on the- rnhrcfulnlHUmfu01plan and ill offer thuservieeot IhlM tll stuck to the lpilcvoIheof these JnckH will servo nines nt 110 to In Miroii living nut 1r Iiit mares forfeits tho Insiiranri No re pon lmllty for ncclilentit W II 1IJIIKUAH Rowland Ky Muslin Underwear 3We are showing the best made lino of Skirts Gowns Drawers and Corset Covets mao in this country Special values in sample corset covers o A FLYER jsr 10 dozen ladies long sheave Vests and Lace Trimmed Pants in very elas t tic ribbed lisle for early Spring wear Real value 35 our price 25c for all size 32 to tt AMERICAN LADY CORSETS in the short or long shapes to suit all figures SON i ii PUMPS i The Newest in Footwear We show them in Patent Leather and White Canvas 250 and 300 FOR STYLISH SHOES SEE CUMMINSMCLARYWRNERS Rust Proof Corsets Ev ery Pair Guaranteed All I Styles and Sizes Price 50c totsJat r t L M RUBY R CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY i i The Interior Journal 1BnferedinthePoat Ofeeat Stanford I yrnnisiino TUESMAYS AND FHIDWI AT 5700 PER YEAR CASH yrnbcn not eo paid MOO will be charged Strawberry Plants For Sale of trnw ItubackAaylitMrvnrletlei ller PIT J nbo have b or 6doun ptgeona that I will acll cucnp If nil lire taken J JOHMSOX JUngsvllle Ky INSURANCE Aertdemt Hie NonebuttheSTItOOEIT and JIKBT Companies ItepreMntvd alWennte OURmnt d PiiylngHeo nl4Unequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Ileildenco Phone No Si 35 Farm Mules For Sale All broke and native bred Teu can see them by calling In MI I G Fox Livery Fled I Sale Stable Danvlllt Ky BD CARTER Successor to Bruce A Darter livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOHD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage Is solicited Horses on commission Stock Pone In Connection New Hustorwille Firm rilnrlng bought of McOonnnck A IVncock JtirU Grocerlv Hardware eta WI ollclt a share of the pntronngu of tne 15 cwt End 10- II We niso Nava In connection 1ahly rifest Jlarket nod Lunch Oounter We yvy good butcher stuff at highest market 3rtre having a Hplvndld inent alai wo o you with the best We buy 131111ndofcountry produce rr t MPPH Hustonvllle Ky Give Me Your Order J Can Please You wlybuyrendynaduclothing when there leollttlu difference in price of high inule readymade suit and n suit made to jonr mensuremtnt titkvn by nn ex rl nccd bailor I have a handsome line Muring and Summer good I am make from it low prle- uba3tneultto the finest dress suit Also arercouts trousers and fancy vests The nompany I represent keno of the bust H C KUPLEY the Tailor Daf1 TrayloDKALtR JbI5kl Brantlu Wines Beer GIQars Etc IIfatp to DepotSTANFORD KY Pron t nl fOIlIluntloa Nothing the bee Mfrtnx orJn ttctlv I08 attention Attention Farmers I Thavo Just received n car load or HO tuna of Tile Old Homestead Fer tilizer- 3tl w worldwide is un aactlledns u crop producer It sells M iM merits For the lauds sake sin it n trial E W CHUIOHTOS KingsvilleKy e e 1 5Gcelary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnesaSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Omce Phone let name Phone 35 E L Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm nn Also Dealers in Fur aiture MattingsRugs They irillexchauge Furnitqre for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY I FARMERS DEPARTMENT J Wk Coyle of Madison county sold to Tyler Hampton of Lincoln two young jacks for 5800 J M Craig sold to Hodman Bruce at Stanford C3 102pound hogs at 5C1Mt Vernon Signal of 25 or SIBaughmanFOR SALEThoroughbred boar half Berkshire and half Poland China Ready for service M D Elmore Stanford FOR SALE Three large smooth mules two of them mares Ages one three and two fours A 0 Lewi Somerset Ky J B Foster for Spears Sons Is paying five cents per pound for 1900 crop hemp can furnish hemp seed without any string on AtCynthiana Charles Leo Talbot soldhis Bourbon county farm of 143 acres near Colville to Edgar Crag and Carl Long for 16445 The Wayne County Fair Associatio changed the dates for the coming exhibition to September 11 12 13 14 immediately following the Somerset fair as heretofore POLITICAL The democratic executive committe of the Second Congressional district resolved itself into a convention and nom- Inated Hon A 0 Stanley for Con grcss Samuel P Spalding aged 81 is dead at Henderson Mr Spalding was born in Union county and some years ago represented that county in the Genera Assembly Gov Beckham has appointed A J Doss of Central City to one of thi mine inspectorships created by an act of the General Assembly The plan pays 1200 annual salary The House passed an emergency appropriation bill carrying 17000 for the benefit of the sufferers at San Francisco and the employment of la borers at Mare Island navy yard CHURCH MATTERS Atlanta Ga policemen lead in Sun day school attendance over 100 being Ing enrolled in the home department Bishop David H Moore of Oregon- in an address to the East Maine M E Conference stated that idolatry is better than no religIonI The quadrennial general conference of jhe Methodist Episcopal Church South will convene in Birmingham Ala next Thursday- Southern Presbyterians are being ongratulated on their gifts to foreIgn missions which for this assembly year ire 525961760 a gain of 3333310 The Baptist Year Bodk reports Baptist membership 4709311 contributions 17932D7276 There are 130 Baptist papers 203 colleges valued at 526118 r32 ordaIned preachers 32849 mini teriaistudents 3109 John Alexander DowIe Sunday made his longdeferred entry into Zion City le was met by a of about 75 icpple to whom he delivered a brief address after which he was driven tc Shiloh house He delivered two ser nons in Zion City The evangelistic services will continue hroughout the week at 10 oclock A in the Presbyterian church and al 730 oclock p M in the Baptist church The meeting has begun with good attendance pnd interest and there is every prospect for splendid results The public is cordially invited to attend all the services and the cooperation and prayers of Gods people are earnestly equested Sciatica CuredAfter Twenty Years of Torture For more than 20 years Mr J B Massey of 3122 Clinton St MInneap- olis lInn was tortured by sciatica The pain and suffering which ho Indur ed during this time is beyond compro tension Nothing gave him any per manent relief until he used Chamber alna Pain Balm One application of hat liniment relieved the pain nnd nado sleep and rest possible and less han one bottle has effected a permanent cure If troubled with sciatica rheumatism why not try a 25cent lottlo of Pain Balm and see for your solf hoW quickly it relieves the pain For sale by Dr W N Craig the lopular druggist at Stanford Motherduring LentWell Willie I hope you have done some charitablo act oday SonYes ma I licked Johnny Bul ger so bad that he wont be able to go to school again for a weekJudge- MlserableCon itions Of body and mind always result from a torpid liver which leads to bile oisons bang absorbed Into tho blood and poisoning all the nerves and tissues This dreadful state some of the symptoms of which are headache liter taste nausea lack of appetite ellow complexion constipation eto cun be quickly cured by taking Dr laldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin It rellees the strain on your liver relaxes the tightened bowels purifies the loud Strengthens the stomach and makes It as clean as a whistle Time esult Is perfect health amd freedom rom pain and discomfort Try It Sold by Pennys Drug Store Stanford C W Adams Hustonville at iOc and 91 Money back If U falls No Quarter The evils which always follow arler indigestion biliousness or constlp tlonwlll give no quarter Bettor I1lht them to a finish with Dr Caldwell laxative Syrup Pepsin It Is weapon against these dangerov diseases which will give you quick relief and permanent euro Sold by Pqnnys Drug Store Stanford C W Adams Hustonvllle at too and Money back if It fails VIsitorin penitentiary to hard lool ing InmateMy good man I am told that you will soon be released Have you any plans for the future StrongArm JimSure ting I got plans o two banks and four prIvate housesTranslated for Tales lrom FamilieJournal or S S Deaths from Appendicitis decrease In the same ratio that the uso of Dr Kings Now Life Pills Increases They save you from danger and brin quick and painless release from constipation and the Ills growing out of it Strength and vigor always folio their use Guaranteed by Penny Drugstore Stanford qndLync Bros Crab Orchard 25c Try them Clark a barkeeper in the saloon of P W Green at Lexington was shot and instantly killed by Aaro McCabe a Negro McCabe had been ejected from the saloon by Clark who was behind the bar when the Negro suddenly walked in withn pistol in his hand and immediately opened tire CORNS CunErt Corn Exit will positively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund thi money to each and every custome whose corns are not promptly remove with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure Is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky R = ALMONT DARE Sired by Dignity Dare N 10SJ A 8 n n he by Chester Dare 10 A 8 II It be by Black Pciulrrel 68 A S n iL be by- nll1ck Eagle 74 A S H It he by KID IWilliam 67 A 8 H It First dam F lay Registered In Volume 10 A T It he by Abdallah Mambrlno A T nitl- ire of Genera 3OOJ Mettle SilSK lulnlneB S2j and many others under 30 ibdallah Man brluo by AlmuntNo 31 In T R Sd dam by Orlt Davis 8S8J he by lourbon Chief 3d dam Mettle Lby Porelgi Light by Foreigner by Imp Glenco For Ign Light dam Starlight by Cherokee bi mp Ilanor Ub dam by Cunningham Oppnrbottomi Sth dam l y Imp Iluutrd for afro style beauty disposition and per ormance lu harneia and under con Iderlng age and handling he ban no lure rlorll sail but tow equals See him ono 3oc rill like him Will also stand two extra mule JlCkaood IndivIduals and finely bred Service fee Almout Dare 213 Inturanre limited to a few mare Jack slob Tark Dgtoa elo Insurance limited VIctor Ingo ji by Imp Victor Hugo E8 Two andone half mile f ontliwr tof slur onvllle on iiustoavlilo Liberty pike Trading or breeding elsewhere renders sea endue E S TOWFLL SON The Wild Man of Borneo Tide fine thoroughbred hors whose nunie sn misnomer for n milder ntler Infer oran never wore harness will lx txTinlttisI to pny lilt devoirs to emiiUs of the equlnu IIU for til to Insure n living colt pin Vlt DitvlsJr l sin Crlt Dnvln Hr4rllI- Ilre UIIrlll Thol1ll01l of Murc r who iindi lilt owner Judge McCiinn IiiiM hit Information from the colibrntcd turf nan Col J W U A Mercer county man ayx that old Crlt Davit was the llntxtt ho- rcr ruined In Morcur county HIM dam wiu tilt celebrated trotting man Marie An alnvtto owned by lOll WI Miller when ht wan cycinty Heragllo nt ho Konnetly laarony jtthree miles from Urnh Orchard Qn the ijtncasttT pike This lock of horses requires no breaking Alto the Volcano do Murtlnlti will on tilt Maine nmgnlllcent farm nt the iniinxlon III the Forest but not wrmlttetleven to snort volcunlo fire nerd t die polo of Tan hut forhtith1nA HU dam dm Wild Ingartlla unrivalled In tier IRHTCSI lieau t The Wild Mnn of llarneo Is n beautiful iywith two whltu hind rot Volcano do Martinique is n raven black wit four white buskins and Is JltrhllltlllI1II08t beautiful hoe In Ilncolit FOXTAIXR Fox HOIIIIITT P NTho mattntllcent Hhorthorn tbo It Puke of crab Orchard requests that I Inv irtn lint that he too will Is found grnx IgInldtUnmanon the wimw farm cud will comply with any demands mule Ulon his royal bovine lileuneMi for I contultii UOII fee KNNIY THE WARFIELDT- rial 224 Trolling Dark bay stallion 15 3 i hands foaled uguit 1901 bred by Village Farm East urora New York Sired by Dare Devil 1828 record Lo9 sire cf The Beau Ideal f54 Son of Mambrico King 1279 sire of Lord Derby Nightingale Metallas The Questor Lord March Lady of the Manor IIciratLaw King Charles Mock ing Boy Mercees all with recorjs under 208i First Dam Naughty Girl by Hex merieus 23200 2nd dam Duerma by lambrino King 1279 3rd dam Dotlet by futwood boo 4th dam Topaz by Strath more Sth dam Millard by Albion Cth dam Ned by Edwin Forest 7th dam Lady Turner by Mambrino Chief The Warfield was worked only 90 days ist season and showed a 224 clip over half mile track lie is sound good headed good gaited good wind good feet and legs and kind and easy to handle in liar ness one that will stay and trot all day He will make the present season at our farm near McKlnneyat 3i5 to insure a llving colt- Mares tradedoff or bred to another horse forfeits insurance and makes season money duo Lien Retained on Colts Unlil Season is Paid We will also stand the imported jack CONQUEROR- I 3 to insure a living colt lie i44 years old i5J hands high black with white points hne bone and action ands a great You should see one jack before you breed- S M OWENS SqN McKinney Ky x For Sale Privately My houso and H acres of land anuatell lust outride of town limits on the Sotneri Routs has 7 room kitchen and ler rants room good collar stable and aU necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for tock J P HAILKY SURPRISE HAWK Extra tine black Jack ISX hand hlKb coming 5ycarsold will make the icnion at IU06 at our etablo 3X mile Ent of liutto rlllo near Stanford ft liujtonvllle pike at 114 for jennets and 810 for mare to IDlurl a living colt STIOAIL lintel Moreland Ky Dignity Dare Nol11 Vol 5 A B II Mnhoitonr bay black points white ollly on left hlml foot lOyenr old 15 bunh hltfh wrlKliJ3irK uml strong lint hone henry inn ne it ml tall goat lack with ornnejr neck wellnut In hiGh mounted khouUlor muddle horse head pnron him a model under 111111 wens liltiB string In model ring womlerf style III hllrllR n Ihow horo sure Whl1 one year old wore nil honor in his clnl wherever shown nUo tlio blue tin In WIlI Dtakii homes rliiR at tiinm ago When 3yenrol hn win shown II times atul wore laiiluoMrliiKi Ims luiver detected III ftinay Iuinuv rlnuoi hai nfwnyi UHMI tho victor In alRlllonIIIKo rlllg BI II hftrwhen ihown with three or for size stylo anti general conformmtlin anti for nil lluln mlllj linn with Urn distinct pain fast line notlu rocker 100t111l two wulkunnd it nice lopci very postlve Iti lilt trot under saddle ImrncM great nil around action its li rot lrlCttlIeuro enough linens horse graceful stllIh mid fast can show eighths In wooiuli 1229gait with hut little hiimtllng illd this yonr nao after nerving vl marc In the iprlng lie U txmiMOil of wonderfi nvrvo mid unevd enough tt get n trotter for truck IIo or iientloineir rnndsten lartii hnmlMime heavy and tWIlIt emiug to get carriage horses with a kindly tilt ultloii for all puriwsea of n fatuity Bore it the horw tonlrt parked greet fill lUUMnnce unit docility It hits 1It1I hemp by horuaien tJlllt his tnno of Un most uniform breeders In Kentucky II types hili cttlll nfter himself hiss never tiro a torrtl roll The mot prolUnbla lion e Inr the farmer anti small hrtIr to produce h the hONe whlrh rvv lilt Vohlt range of aruhewcdllino uf from theoldAt to I hi youngest SI of hIS cult tore 1en onVrrd fur nnd stud foe lilt nverngu of Jd nml the average ago of thus l3yvnr and trrontb- i1xnlnnrxHlrtl by Cheater Pare 10 N H It he hy Illnck Hqulrrol in ho li liMit Engle n Ire by Wllllnm 17 h by Washington Denmark 01 he by lnln Denmark 01 he by race horse IKliinnrk H hn by Imp HiHlijehjnl Dignity s lIut ilitm JII lIIollthV 14dahnialtNostar A T n lit hy rllillull Wtlcli 311 Ire by ItyMllckS Hnmbletonlnn 1ignltyecQuit duos I liy Alidulliih Me engern l dl11 by Dills Vermont Ills lmu Thoroiuhbm Welcbnumtillrd dam Pauline by Almon FerretttTCKMA Dignity Dare will mnko the ten Ron nfltn4mtmyetnilein Ilintonvlllo Kj at Insure n living colt when funlttMnreatntdetl or removed forfeit Ituiirnnc and moiny Ixcome tine nml in ust la llhi nt thlll of uch tniiUHCtlon Mnree Itrnnd at WJn IKT month nml bill to IllItld lw tort removal of man Ontln f nt reitionable rate Inn vntriutrtl to in will receive my personal attention but I will not rKllOlllllhl for accident or et Ilioiic In rvuldeiice nt Ilutnnvlll 1O DH OAUrKSTKII Col Bird 40566 11CIHind by imlllan Chief atF slreofat1rld with reonlat tJ or tHttiT livlNvlllin Sll S ulrr nf In llt- l u litlreofIenillnummnIislirouf mad 7 lvilkea l1 fly OullbUn Wllk t lru of II with tvronls of J h or UtUr Snit lnm Kllle Imvls data of Lord Hiimral it Oonot tire of tn11nturiu ale td t 7010 Wllkra IMHtxl Hnit llrllc undurnnilumot Ciipt Cheek SIt lit- erttiSI3nndUplirice5 strvofAI- ula Hhnw apt Ity Hut wllke9 W No ITlt jlfv of 173 tin of the dams of 177 and oIalll Ktlli lxivlntitMlnin of one pro ilncliiE KOIII nil rend dam Ixinl Hnninil tin OowenSlal HnlrltrllliifnnrxlZl- ip Wllk4 f let Iultlllr IIallnh tit No is ulnof loliUmltli Maid ill anti ethers till dam by Orookftt ilel founder NoTPOrlllnn Chief t 7Hlriil b Crcll ian 2 IWj hit Item I July Nitrrrttn t lIP nlHii blI- t4ibVNortnlCIIslreofCnu11lrss Kvt tII1 tad Ir other tint dam ionyto tdiini tif lady Norvvttv IWS mid too lorlllt7 anti full sitter la Inlhttn the till III of Uuly YnttitX fnniiul UrusllZZland NVctorlnpitluditmof Vector iectrk it mud Olga Klcctrlc S22t nnd nimldiiiiiotVclllaiiChlofAV nml Hilly luirro Siui by iliiinlttii Wllkr t IWt hr greatest living wire aril linn Nectar don of Inllitln l1t1 j Prusb ill cud Rnind dam of Laity Nor vttii of Iclllllil Chief XT7j md Hilly Vlzxnro SWVi lady Yates tl lector Kloetrip SKDiKO Klrctrlc taut Nlitwlt1 S lab fire of and rhoircatrtt sire of bnxxl iiiiinn and heard living or dead Mruuf stnnd inl horIInil dam ton l lad hut I foals all ft nnd nil bred iKrnnd inns of flUrty IIt SSlltlrofTontu3liritlnn ZlWi Pn lnvdaiiiof irecLlonY10jnhd grand dam IKO of nf iJidy ratusZZlSliind Orusle SSI toad Nectarine dlllll of two Oonyto dam of two Hy IOHWIIRIT nurou No Ill tire and lilt laughter hnvf producml over n 6th dam llynclntli dam of Mtccn 2itj md one other and dams or flhorry tuft Mincovlte 3 Euclid 21 Hii slii 2Wi and otlurs Ity Volunteer M nlre of 31 hll protlllccdS KthdiimCrarnilainof IKxtcrS Alma 2HJi nnd one other and Akin daut of Adnile lnre ZUU Dictator sire of lay Ire Hoo 1 tIJ1 nlilf othrll told alto IniIS Ikxter dUIII of hazier Prince by star Hire of four and dams 0 Ttliiliini JIcKlntry maru dam of Hhark iT iiiul grqud datS of Dexter Alma and olherll leeiaan Ohluf U n young hone uthehatSof lilt 7t with trottinreeonlt- 53 or better such outdo when thuy were IIl1t two rriim old Iiuwas the champion Klro of World Knlr Inucm In lull Oeclllint 2 fult brothor to jMiiinetnOt clll 1I eeclihatiellUfMhOuch l Mired Zl rydiiinbettu 1t likes 2IUtht ntest llv nit tire 1st dam Jiimnlu 02 dam of ttn IlIluIII lJ n11 S Ill Ocelllus I tJnlllluUt 251l illl IIn 22n- yodOrrll1cu2it1 y Nutwootl S151j tire 3rd greatest living or item nml the riiitest lro of brood marts that hat ever iiiHMtredHofonddniii 1inlllnlrdnm of lam Climontliu tMi nd Jt ulle02sdnnolii Ihltii dam til lilliia Omit ll Norvlllc 23i Kliillifr Condition Sa- tIdumofledettuSuiiy Oniiiliurst Z 17S hones lrtd ttll SZ5V slid CItorlloClllno 111 AIIIlht lrursun 2U1 Ollr 1lIdll 111olro of OIlH am ami lanibrunettii iliini of Ooldcn Heal 11111 by Administrator 2W tare of iveral nddiiiiiitof many llIlOn dam of Clovilnnd 24nndgritted dams of Hy Manibrln of Ia Ih hlll hHtnr DavU 8th dam by Tom rowdvr OeCmltlthosirofITlntund IIrd tlmo mud has one daughter the dam of 2 mOHt IIklY till youngest mare In the grunt rood inuro lint Wllkin U Uio rvutoxt sire of extreiiiP stand the world has vcr known Htands second mt tlio greatest Ireof standaril homo tad Is the greatest hon living Hu wilt ubo- aoficunplonslruofpnimiduoihoneslet the real Worlds Col Hlrd KMW lint Nlxa finish and nctlon In brewllng hit Is of tlio wry Itstutu Krtat st known to tlio trotting world Ills idol IntK In every direction trnie to the realest nd best known to the trotting turf Ax n IriihH should very great Col Bird will stand ut my stable nt to imireii living colt Idea retnlncil on nil nllt until season 110 lie Is paid Money ue when mare la trailed removed or pirlrd rlth Not rmuonslblo for accidents or es iinyj liras fiiriilihed nt Sip per month 1114 OAltPKNTKlt Huitonvllio Ky 4 Good Clothes Dont Make a Man slut they are the cntirinf wedge into butuiCM and society11e win clotho you to compel con ilerntioii then Its up to you to slake giKxl Isonk over our lino before sulking your flunl dcci loll Wo arc nhowiug1 all the new patterns W JS Perkins iKentucky Cbc Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 t v SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January J J906 24600000 OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIREOTORSeJ II Ow Lir Stanford II SIUNKH StunforJ O W OAIITKH Turnenviile W H CUMMIM PreaohrrtTllI I O Omicii weyaaaburg W H TnATtOH OlloerU Creek IL L UUUHLK laDoatr w 0 WALK III Stanford J II Fume Stanford W IL IIAXK Sunford J II IAXTON 8t nforJ 1Verriectfullysolicit the account of Imllvlilunli KlnniMml CoriKirntloix Itnnlu clad llniikir nnUnre lnPAnocllu furiiUh all dalodun ueh npeoniliKxlnllon nl are con l tiiit with wife UinkliiK Modiru Safety lVH ilt hose in our vault for UM of our tUltOlllera First National BankStanford shy Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was M tbs Deposit Hank of Stanford In 1191 then reorgarilied as the National stank of Stanford In ltd and agate reorganised as the First National nark of Stanford la 1MZ having bad practically an uninter rupted existence for 41 rears It li better supplied now with facilities for transact ing business promptly and woll than evr before In ItI long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Pru1 MollOltKUTS ChI IVEARENAut Ilanvllle Stanford itaoford II HOMEYou are now pluming your honso to build Dont forgot these about Tin Rooting FIRE FIREyott know the feeling give If you have tin root there will ho f0 IDoof nt your house When you think it will last it is time cheapest and beet to consult me nod get prices you IyourrooS H NtanfurdDRUGGIST I Street Stanford rYOUR WIN Paints and Oils Glass Toilet Articles Wall PapersCigars and Will cash ces by firB McRohertssupervision given to all EGGS EGGS EGGS lock Silver Wynndotti nml liiin nt l tar settlllg nf if delivered Ire of cliaruti to Htniiford or Urrlniru Those uiitFil nru Invited to vllt my Iwnr nnd my lock Irs ulr View Ioultry Farm lrcnchunv111eky Ogdensburg 8787 Record I28XI Trllll 222 Hy Mninbrlno 1Atchnn will mike the of 1000 at inf farm at 910 to insure n living colt lie its tine Individual and hu style speed and action He has proven himself great breeder his colt being kind that sell readily for bIg also stand three line jack two at 110 and one at IS to Insure living colt See tny stock before yon breed 14S IIAUOnMAN Stanford Ky f 1 OfflcarsaL IIOOKKIt ST IlAHMft V Irei JIW II Ohn Directors held T Harrl J 8 hacker Stanford lIIelClnM1t t 8 II lUuihuian Ctanfon5 T P Hill Stanford Jas Robinson Hubble I II llaacbman Btaoford J 1ettui 0 R s iucts time o wont a jwr ire before Depot Ky Drugs low Plymouth Jake liincnstor Onib muter to season abundant B STANFORD 1Ilmt80SI Prescriptions coinponndcd Clniuri lum NTCr talr IPARKERS INSURANCE Plnco your business in the old est and strongest company in the t world See and talk with It 111r Kowlnud who will show you the policy best adapted to your age and circumstances Clnims paid prompt Dividends paid annually or defer Agentj Y LJ