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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 4VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 8 1906 N0 15 Hero and There Fire In the wholesale section of KnbxI vllle Tenn caused n loss of 100000 Frankfort Is looking forward to the annual State meeting of tho Red Men today Twentyono students ut Butler Col lege Indiana have been suspended for throwing water on one of tho profes sors H L Whaley of New York a sales man Is under arrest charged with 0 raising n city warant from 3 to 359 000r The Kentucky State Guard has been invited to participate In the regular school of Instruction to be held at Iunny from August 1 to Septem tber 31 W Godfrey Hunter Jr son of the former Congressman and Minister to Guatemala was sent to the city work house at Lexington to pay a fine of 1 for drunkenness Henry G Coll former cashier of the First National Bank of Milwaukee who was Indicted for misapplying funds was sentenced to 10 years at Fort Lcavonworth prison All the clerks In tho employ of the Mutual Life Insurance Company have been summoned to uppear before tho upcclal grand Jury which convenes In New York tomorrow The Panama Canal Company hadI 27000 employes on its rolls during the month of April The number of men at work exceeds by 9000 the greatest number the French company over had In Its employ MATRIMONIAL Waldorf Astorand Mrs Nannle Lang borne Shaw were married fnLondon The fathers of the contracting parties were too ill to be present Mr Owen Durham of Lancaster and Miss Minnie Mattingly were mar ried at the home of tho brides parents Mr and Mrs Robert Mattingly near Springfield Kev W H Williams informing the ceremony Fortunate aissurlans When I was n druggist at Livonia MoIt writes r J Dwycr now of r GrayMvillo Mo three of jmy custo mere wore permanently eared of con sumption by Dr Kings Nt w DUcov cry and aro well and strong to day Ont was trying to sell his property anti move to ArUonn but Idler using Now Discovery a short time ho found It unnecessary to do so t regard Dr Kings New DUcovory ns tho most wonderful medicine In existence Surest Cough and fold euro sad THront nod Lund healer Guaranteed by Pennys Drugstore Stanford nnd Ljno Uios Crab Orchard Tho newspaper men of Kentucky were never hound so closely together as now and when their proposed war furo on cheap John politicians and burr tailed legislators begins you may look for a rattling of dry bones tho like of which has never been witnessed In stead of serving as tho door matt of the community as in former years the newspaper men of Kentucky today are tho most independent set of profession al men In the State They think and act for themselves and are led by the noso by no man or set of menLon caster Record Devilss Island Torture t risno worse than tho terrible ease of Piles that filleted mo 10 years Then I was advised to apply IJuckkns Arnica Salvo and Itlislhall u box permanently cured me writes L S Napier of Uuglcs Ky Heals all wounds Iturns and Sores llko magic 23o at Penny Drug Store Stanford Lyno Brosi Crab Orchard Mrs Lavlna Foy who diedrecent ly in New Haven Conn ut the ago of 93 was reputed to be tho inventor of tho modern corset Sho left 2OUO 000 It pays even to furnish tho women even artificial huggers it seems The Wild Man of Borneo Thus tine thoroimlibml liorno wliono nnino Itu misnomer fur n mlltlir Ktmtler snrcr hnrues will ho IMTmlttfll rqullliijraiiuJlorTlUOrIt situ UwwndrfhnnlpsohI of MIrcIr who mnil tits owner McGinn nmfw Tills liifornwtloii from Uio turf IIUln Col J V U A Mercer county men tint old Crlt heels was tin tines hurl i ivir rnlwU In Mererr county UN ilani wim United lCo lIng iniiri Miirlo AH littolnette owned liy Hon W II Miller when froilithelruh On hll Id lock of horses ncllIl nu lirenkliiK the Volcano do Mnrtlnlniw a Ilf Iii on till mum lie III hem lit till mlll1lnll In the VonlIlhut will not riiiltt ilevn OICllllhlrl ncrim the lole of Tnu tilusforleHHtlmiipi ZIIIIIIIIIII1 Inllrerrrled u litmus tJThP Wild Mull ot llnrncoMn ii Ixnutlful IllIv two wIIItO lipids Get otrnnodulurtlntquu n rtvru IJlmJr with relur white a P tlw most lMVnitlul llFbxTAlNi i1FoxlHniiiirr- I Hliorlhorii tilllTlllllcll11 Uuku oKmburclmmromw t Unit I In curt n lino tint Ins too w found illg In Idsltarntnon the win firm nnd will complY with nny denmml ronnltrlllghlll forJlls UOl I IJlOl KINNhDY LANCASTER Rev C S Ellis is conducting a pro tracted meeting at Herrings school houseSweeney Morgan bought a car load of fat hogs at Clc JP Ballard bought 29 cattle at 3Jc There are 15 members of the gradu ating class at the Graded School The closing exercises begin next week The U D C will meet with Mrs J A Royston Monday afternoon next and all members are requested to bo presentThe ladles of Herring school house Sunday school will servo a supper Saturday evening beginning at 6 oclock Everybody is cordially Invited The prohibition alliance will hold an nil day meeting at Mt Olivet May 26 Mr M J Fanning the Irish orator of Philadelphia will be tho principal speaker x Thu C W B 1t gave a very enjoyable entertainment at the residence of Mr J U Mount Tnesday afternoon and evening and realized a snug sum for tho benefit of foreign missions Win Hutnbcr who killed Policeman Pollard and was wounded by that officer continues to Improve and will soon be well Ho is still unable however to appear for examining trial Tjio congregation of the Presbyterian church has called Rev Brown of South Carolina as pastor and ho has accepted and will come at once The parsonage is being painted and put hi firstclass repair Mrs Eliza Dalton wife of Phillip Dalton died Monday and was buried In Lancaster cemetery Sho was widely known and greatly beloved Her hus build Is one of Gurrard countys most prominent farmers Dr J N McCormack of the State Medical Association will deliver a lec ture In Lancaster May 16 This will be one of a number to be delivered over tho State In an effort to improve the sanitary conditions of the State Prof Hinitt president of Central University will deliver a lecture at the Presbyterian church here Friday night llth upon general education He comes under auspices of the Graded School arid there will be no admission charged Mrs G C Faris has been visiting in Louisville W B Burton one Charles West arc spending the week in Louisville Miss Anglo Kinnaird has return ed from Staunton Vaf where situ has been attending school Mrs G M Patterson has been visiting in Beroa Timothy Logan father of Messrs John M and II T Logan of this city died at his home in the county Friday night and woa buried in tho Lancaster cemetery Saturday He was one of Garrunl countys most prominent citizen and highly respected by all Mr F S Hughes has been appointed by Gov Beckham as commissioner to represent Garrard county at the Home Coming festivities in Louisville and steps will be taken ut once to have tho county properly represented The governor also appointed Miss Sallie El kin us hostess for the same occasion Patties who know say that it is impossible to buy whisky or beer in Lan cruder now tho now officers having put the on so securely that tho blind tigers are afraid to make a move Each of the local druggists refuse to take out license although they have u right to sell The city council has appointed Mr Herron of Hurrodsburg as policeman to fill the position held by George Pol lard who was killed court day Hcr ron comes recommended a fearless man and it Is believed will accomplish much toward breaking up tho blind ti gers Miss Maggie Tomlinson has returned from a visit to Lexington relatives Mrs Sam Haselden is visiting in Nich olasvillc Miss Annie Herndon has been visiting her brother Leslie In Lexington Albert Mahan was visiting relntiycs In Brodhead Mrs J C Hemphill and daughter Miss Theo have been visiting in Louisville J M Logan was callod from New York by tho death of his father A R Denny and R L Davidson are back from a trip to Murtlnsvillo Ind It Is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold How often do wo hour it remarked Its only a cold and a few days la ter learn that tho lean Is on his back with pneumonia This Is of such common occurrence that a cold however slight should not bo disregarded Chamberlains Cough Itcincdy coun teracts any tendency of a cold to re suit in pneumonia and has gained Its great popularity null extensive suloby its prompt curcsJof this most common aliment It always cures and is pIons ant to take For stile by Dr W N Craig thopopular druggist at Stan ford Ky The mother of Gercy Haly died in Frankfort She had been an invalid for many years and was ono of tho best known women In Frankfort t f6c NEWS NOTES Tho property losses caused by tho San Francisco disaster are now estl mated at 350000000 Walter Scott was instantly killed and Robert Jones was fatally Injured by the explosion of a boiler at a sawmill In Rowan county JI M Dalton one of Hopklnsvillc most prominent business men wos probably fatally wounded by the accidental discharge of a revolver Walter Geers a son of the well known driver Ed Goons was killed bj a thrown ball during a baseball game In Columbia Tenn where ho was at tending school President Roosevelt sent a special message to Congress suggesting the adoption of formal resolutions of thnnki to foreign countries for their prompt offer of aid for the San Francisco earth quake sufferers The T P A convention In session at Paducah voted to hold tho next con vention In Louisville in 1907 One hundred dollars was voted for tho re lief of the members of tho T P A who may have suffered In tho San Francisco disaster The damage suit of Earl Woodford against II B Scrivener a merchant of Winchester and former Sheriff Wood son McCord resulted in a 250 verdict Woodford asked 5uOO damages for a horsewhipping which Scrivener gave him for an alleged Insult to thelatteis wifeJames C Rogers who was appointed receiver for tho American Reserve Bond Company by Judge Parker of the Fay ette Circuit Court left for Chicago to take charge of the companys affairs there Rogers gave a bond of 300000 President Smith Bowman says the con cern will be able to pay dollar for dollar Tho monthly statement of the public debt shows that at tho close of business April 30 DOG the total debt less cash in the treasury amounted to9S44l3247 which is on increase for the month of 2789809 As this is nearly seven mil lions less of deficit for the corre pond ing month in 1905 the administration is tickled to death though why we should be constantly running in debt these pip ing times of peace is strange to tho un will be no strike of tho miners in the anthracite coal fields providing the operators will agree to give every man his old place and reinstate those who have been dismissed because they obeyed the suspension order of John Mitchell This was the agreement reached at Saturdays session of the Scranton convention The convention did not adjourn however President Mitchell requesting that the delegates remain In Scranton until the Scale Committee reports the results of its meeting with the operators which was held in New York yesterday President Roosevelt transmitted to Congress the report of James R Gar field Commissioner of Corporations giving the results of his investigation of tho subject of transportation and freight rates in connection with tho oil industry In his message the President expresses the view that the report is of capital importance because of the effort pow being made to secure such enlargement of the powers of the Interstate Com merce Commission as will confer upon tho commission power in some measureI adequate to meet the needs sit uation The statement is added that the Department of Justice will take up tho question of instituting prosecutions in at least certain of tho cases and the hope is expressed that Congress will enact into law the bill of Senator Knox to correct tho interpretations of the im JudgeIlulnpCORNS UREIC mExitwill posi tively remove corns in four days Tho treatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect euro is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky 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 nelOn8I twltchings of mild chorea Vitus dunce Most of those troubles can bo overcome by proper food sulHclent sleep and Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin It Is a universal childrens medicine be cause If good food Is eaten it Insures that the food Is properly di tested and Indigestion anti nerve poisons properly thrown out It Is pleasant to take und safe antI sure in results Try it Sold by Pennys Drug Stanford C W Adams Hustonville at GOo and 81 Money buck If it falls r c HUSTONVILLE There were 310 pieces of firstclasi moll received by our office at noon last WednesdayWool in freely and the buyers are paying 30c and the rise and the farmers are happy Sam Rector and Mrs Sue Taylor have returned from an extended visit to relatives and friends in Kansas Misses Hattie and Emma Green oC Lexington arc visiting Miss Maggie Campbell and other relatives In the West End Judge Wm Myers lost a valuable note book betwean here and Junction City Finder will be rewarded by re turning same The young men gave a delightful im promptu dance at Alcorns Opera House last week A number of Stanford people attended Rev S B Landers subject for next Sunday morning will be Watchman What of the Night 1 Evening The Wilderness of Trial Walter Carson R F D No2 car rier from this office killed a snake on Chefs Ridge that measured six feet five inches It was of the cow sucker species No man in Kentucky more highly ap preciates the work of the Master in the adorning of earth with flowers than out friend D C Allen He holds the violet as preeminent in the flower king dom Rev S B Lander has been chosen by the graduating class of the graded school tb preach the baccalaureate ser mon at the Christian church Sunday May 20th His subject will be Vision 1J0ursr An elegant colonial veranda with con crete column bases has taken the place of the old one in front of the Emporium and odds much to the appearance of the building as well as comfort to the family Mrs Alvin Goode of Lexington was the guest of Mrs JP Goode Mack Fair of the firm of Fair Bros Hart ford is visiting here His father was a successsul merchant of Middleburg for many years and no cleverer man lived than he Rev S B Lander will preach in the McKinney Presbyterian church on the fourth Sunday in May at H p M and each fourth Sunday throughout the summer All Presbyterians and other friends of tho work in that community arc uged to be present as important matters Are to be attended to Judge Wm Myers John D Burton and T L Carpenter were elected mem bers of the board of education without opposition The opponents of the school on former occasions made a bitter fight without satisfactory results and for the present at least have withdrawn from the field The work of repairing ant adding to the old school building will begin as soon as the material can begotten on the grounds Frye R Greening were awarded the contract for erecting the Peoples Dank building at 3050 same to be ready for occupancy July 1st Work has com menced and the building will be a two story brick 50x26 feet with all windows and doors arched with Bedford stone Tho plan for tho second story is a mod el of tho modern flat and when com pleted will indeed bo a credit to the townRev George 0 Barnes the famous evangelist has been preaching in Al corns Opera House since last Wednes day to large audiences On Sunday morning by invitation he filled the pulpit at the Christian church fie will probably not continue the meeting hers longer than Wednesday evening No one can hold an audience more spell bound than this distinguished octogenarian who has traversed the globe in his work No Quarter rite evils which always follow after Indigestion biliousness or constipation will give no quarter Better tight them to a finish with Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin It Is a weapon against these dangerous diseases which will give you quick relief and permanent cure Sold by Pennys Drug Store Stanford C w Adams Hustonvlllo at BOo and tl Money buck If It falls A pension examiner reports that an old Richmond darky refused to identify a former member of his company who had lost his discharge papers on the ground that I done got in an applica tion myself sail fo loss er mernry Deaths from Appendicitis decrease In tho sumo ratio that tho use of Dr Kings New Life Pills Increases They savoy on from danger and bring quick and painless roloa ofrom consti pation and tho Ills growing out of It Strength and vigor always follow their use Guaranteed by Iennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyno Uros Crab Orchard 25o Try them I i g 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 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 MURRAYT- he Jeweler Danville Kentucky Attention Farmers I r Examine your Champion and McCormick Binders and Mow ers dud if they need any repairs and work let us attend to them now us the companies have withdrawn gratuitous expert labor So allwork on machines sold heretofore will be charged foreyrespectfully t W H HIGGINS Special Prices on Buggies and Buggy Harness CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY I r uITHERES A REASON FOR THEIR HAPPINESS They are regular wearers of ALL AMERICA SHOES they have justtbought another paIrthey are thinking of the good shoe trade that they made ALL AMERICA SHOES are always lead appearsInColt Russia and velour Calf with hardawear soles which Insure durability They arc known the country overthey are leaders and selling at 8350 and 400 are the shoe buy for smart dressers Come in and look them over SAM ROBINSON Dry Goods Clothing Shoes chats and Caps Ladies and Gents Furnish ings Etc the store that saves you money f Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY 1K111WVN71 NtiN NCrnijrs Heroin Compound Craigs Heroin Compoundu WHEN BABY FIRST BEGINS TO SNEEZE GIVE Craigs Heroin Compound IT CUKES THAT HOARSE AND CROtTV WHEEZE AND STOPS THAT RATTLING SOUND 25c 50c AND tflOO SIZES AT CRAIGS DRUG STORE The Placelo lillY Garden and Field Seeds Garden Tools Plow Gear Poultry Netting Screen Wire Cloth Screen Doors Hardware Cuttlery Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits c attbottom prices t George D Hopper Stanfora Ky The Interior Journal E C WALTON JUDGE JOHN WHUGHES of Mercer county la it candidate to represent the Eighth Congressional district of Kentucky In Congress to succeed Uon 0 O Gilbert subject to the action of tbe Dem ocratic party FOR a long time many thought that the Southern Mutual Investment Co at Lexington was honestly conducted and a shining improvement over the other swindling institutions that flour ished so flagrantly at Lexington a few years ago But it seems that it was no better than its imitators all ofwhich were forced out of business and the officers of same sentenced to the peniten tiary where all of them should be sent Finally the Southern Mutual which i had continued to grow worse pulled up stakes and went to Chicago where it was merged into the American Reserve Bond Company It has had a hard row since going there and now it has been placed in the hands of a receiver by or der of the Federal court while the of ficials of the concern have been cited to show cause at Washington why it should not be debarred from the use of the mails All the get rich quick concerns prove swindlers in the long run and wise is he who lets them severely alone They arc a fraud and a snare IT was eight years ago last Tuesday since Admiral Dewey demolished theI Spanish hulks in Manila bay and at the anniversary celebration of the event Admiral Dewey took occasion to say that the American people from day to day will become more conscious of the value of the Philippines and willnever give them up There may be some personal pride mingled in this estimate of the stragetic and commer vial worth of the archipelago but the facts do not warrant the expectation The islands have already cost the country more than they will come to in hundred years and the cost is still go lag on In the eight years since their possession there is not much evidence of a lively American trade with our subjects and the tariff relations with them hardly indicate a very sincere purpose to encourage it The truth is the islands have been and always will be a burden the returns from which will never be realized in com mercial or beneficent results f FOR a man who was born and raised in Lexington Editor Breckinridge shows a lack of knowledge of condi tions and a guilessness that is child like and bland in the following para graph The lid will be on in Lexing ton on Sunday in the future An or dinance was passed at the meeting of the General Council last night which snakes the closing of saloons on the r Sabbath imperative and so binds the hands of all parties that there is no loophole for evasion The saloons will i be closed on Sunday hereafter They will eh7 When a duck ceases to swim and a fish prefers dry land to water saloons will close in Lexington on Sun day and the Millennium will have art rived AT present England and Japan hold the records for the largest menofwar but the Big Stickers of Congress dont s propose that such a state of things shall longer exist The naval bill au thorizing the construction of one larger than any in the world at a cost of 6 000000 for hull and machinery and the armor and armament which will not be needed for some time will cost another 4000000 There is about 40000000 in the bill for the increase of the sea forces17000000 for hulls and en gines 15000000 for armor and arma ment and 8000000 for ordnance TUB Clark coutjty man who sued for damages both the man who gave him a buggy whipping and the sheriff who t stood by and saw it well done got a verdict against the whipper for 250 and the officer for one cent and costs This is a new way to settle such matters and while it may be commendable we fear the example will not be emut lated Until conditions change in old Kentucky the shot gun remedy for such insults will Htill be the popular n i one A BALTIMORE man just had to hug i+ Maxine Elliott the actress We do not know how he fared before the courti t if we had been the judge we 1but rendered a decision of justifiable If there is any woman on the stage who would make a man go- crazy to embrace that woman is Max J ire Elliott Goodwin iI TilE Eminence Constitutionalist is 1no more It has been purchased by RG Hoagland and changed to the Henry News because the original name is too long and doubtless be cause a rose by any other name will Ismell as sweet TILLMAN is another man r Atwho holds the average Federal judge t in contempt He must have gone up against the kind of a layout that Kentucky 2 has r 1 TWo distinct earthquake shocks were felt at Somerset 15 minutes apart Residents were badly frightened and ran from their homes Editor Camp bell only wanted to prepare the taxpayers of that community for the shock that the State Board of Equalization is going to give them in a few days ol which ho isa valued member ITS the thing now to be baptlsec with water from the River Jordan A company has been formed in Berlin to sell the water from the river for the purpose of baptism The water is to sell at 15 marks 360 a bottle and every pastor who sells a bottle of it is to be entitled to a discount of 4 marks AN electric railway is to be built between Jerusalem Bethlehem and Bethany with ultimate extension to Jericho Wouldnt this jar the 12 apostles and others of their time if they could see a car dashing through the country propelled by Invisible power TILE President hasnt issued any message since Friday He wasnt feeling well yesterday POLITICAL Senator W A Clark of Montana announces that he is not a candidate for reelection to the United States SenateGov W 0 Bradley has been in Frank fort several times lately and it is reported that he will be put forward for the Republican nominationor Governor in 1907Congressman James M Richardson says the Republicans are all torn up and he confidently expects that not only a Democratic Houso but a President as well will be elected next timeWhen Gov Hoch appointed Mrs Stanley to the Board of Charities and then promptly attempted to kiss her it was probably with this idea that charity should begin at home Louis ville Times 1The biggest fight in the history of Tennessee will end next Saturday whey the people of the State at a primary will select a United States Senator The race is close between Bob Tayloi and Senator Carmack Urey Woodson has been named bi Thomas Taggart chairman of the dem ocratic National Committee as a member of the willas sist the Congressional committee ir making a fight for control of the next House Gov Hoch is said to have his eye on the presidency The kissing Incident didnt prevent his renomination neither did the Maria Halpin incident defeat Grover Cleveland so he seems to think that these little mixups with women help more than they hurt T A Wright who had announced himself a candidate for the Republican nomination for Governor of fennessee has withdrawn from the contest This leaves H Clay Evans late Consul General at London and former Pension Commissioner the only candidate for the Republican nomination IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The four Negroes who were arrested for firing upon Officer Hayden and his posse near Hopkinsviile wore ordered to Princeton by County Judgo Breath itt as a precautionary measure Col W W Baldwin known as the Turnpike King died in Maysville at an advanced age He formerly con trolled large interests in turnpikes in Mason county The Boyle county grand jury has just brought in an indictment against the International Harvester Company of America The concern is charged with forming a pool or trust to control the price of harvesting machinery The Colgan Chewing Gum Company of Louisville was indicted for not using the word incorporated upon its la bels and advertising matter The American Chicle Company and the Jung Brewing were also dicted upon the same groundsi Great Activity- Is shown without any disagreeable after effecta by Dr Caldwolls laxative Syrup Pepsin in going to tho seat of your trouble when you are victim of Constipation Biliousness HeAdache Indigestion Dizziness etc It gently but firmly drives out the poisons that are causing your illness and braces up till your internal organs to do their proper work Try It Sold by Pennys Drug Store Stan ford C W Adams Ilustonvillo at Oc and 81 Monoy back if it falls ToHcllandBack Russells wife has secured a divorce Maybe she now feels qualified to mako a few Incon ruvial remarks on that subject her elf Louisville Times A Mountain of Gold ould not bring as much happiness to Mrs Lucia Wilke of CarolineWis as did one 25cbox of Bucklens Arnica lulre when It completely cured a run Ling sore onlher leg which had tortur d her 23 long years Greatest antlsep tic healer of Piles Wounds and Sores 5o at Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyne Bros Crab Orchard r Another From Bobbitt I was glad to notice in your peerless paper that the president of the United States had the prudence and decency to stay that foolish raid through Georgia from Atlanta to the sea Such a raidshould hover disgrace civilized war fare but once and then be forgotten as soon as civilized nations will allow it Why repaint on the canvass of infamy scenes of arson murder and robbery at which the fiery Hun Attila would blush 7 Why republish to the world that after the war was practically over that a general with 100000 men and not a ghost of an army in front of him with the flaming sword of war and with the spirit of a vandal cut a swathe 60 miles wide through two of the original States of the Unionlcaving nothing but blackened chimneys smouldering ruins famine and desolation in its wake The onelegged veteran Gen Hampton wrote his opinion years ago of such a mode of warfare and informed that general that his postoflice address was Co lumbia South Carolina What if the Confederates were exulting over the terrible panic of Bull Run where 15 000 put to route 60000 and were exult ing over the terrible slaughter at Spot- sylvania Courthouse Cold Harbor Seven Pines first day at Shiloh 25000 driving 40000 to the protection of the gun boats and were only saved by Bu ell with 60000 fresh troops Chancel lorsville Fredericksburg and Gettysburg 60000 Confederates against 400 000 counting tho militia of Ohio New York and Pennsylvania and the enemy thoroughly fortified and after three days fighting against fearful odds af ter 500 cannon ceased to roar and 600 000 muskets closed their red lips in si lence the Confederates quietly withdrew leaving the enemy a bloody leg acy of 23000 dead men and leaving Vir ginia the Niobe of nations with 20000 of her precious jewels lying on the field and the greatest general sinco Corsica displayed her military wonder then in six weeks recross the Potomac I For the first three years of the war the South gained every important battle fought though heavy reinforcc ments the next day compelled the vic tors to retire from the victorious field They say that what caused the panic at Bull Run was that Gen Kirby Smith came up with fresh troops Yes her came up with 1700 troops that had run 10 miles to hare in the glorious victo ry I had a brother in each army One like the North had sold his Negroes and the other still owned his but that was not what he was fighting for He was fighting for the South with 553 000 men against 3000000 The South is satisfied with the result loss 200000 against 1500000 The South has all the glory and no regrets nor repent ance Let the bravest men and the most beautiful and lovely wbmen alone for Time to knit up the ravelled sleeve of havoc made by the four years of war I thought the bloody chasm was being healed when they erected 100 000 monument at Chicago to the 6000 Confederates whom they starved to death in prison there during the war To any one not liking this letter I will say that my name is Fontaine Fox Bob bitt and my postoflice address is Crab Orchard Ky Postmaster Robbed G W Fouls Postmaster at River ton la nearly lost his life and was robbed of all comfort according to his letter which says For 20 years I had chronic liver complaint which led to such a severe case of jaundice theft even my finger nails turned yellow when my doctor prescribed Electric Bitters which cured me 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 Stan ford and Lyne Bros Crab Orchard O cents WHIT ES PURITY GUARANT- EEDSplits Splits SPLITS What Is Splits 7 Find Out Get n bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Splits Made from Epsom Water Carbonated easyTryKilo at Drug Stores Soda Fountains Cafes and Saloons Price lOc Per Bottle Whites C C Water Company Inc Crab Orchard Ky dU t NOTICE I vlllimtltMny llWrt noil family prjvll IIIS to uso olympian vutcr nt a Irlns ilvt mouth for Siiiul will to nnttio uatu ilullvv NIIIIO wiiter to iioliita whore I tin nut linve U hll Oil H H IM HT cusn nf 0 II OilS Try acnb AddrvM K MH1MH- It K O No I lIoxW HllMouvlIlP Ky A S PRICESurgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRobcrU1 Drug Store it the Owsley Building Notice to Creditors I Lincoln Circuit Court X II JinlntllK v UIlIt 11111lIlIIr Unlir ThurratitorsOfth0uetltloofJohn llrnck rttdMPiiMdaruonlnvd to iipixnr Ixfor the undrnlitncd 14utelrr l01ll1111oolollllr on ur lNrontttipflUiiliivutlnm nut unit prove their chiliniiiitiiln theostnleof skid llrnck itl diilm not iircMtitcd within the tlm mtiitlniHd will not lnjallowtM- GKO SAUFLEV M C I C C Notice I OkCICK OKtOlTNTT JlIXII Nt1NIfa11KTJtpT5It1V- tThenutldsrof the tinill court nn quested tomett the county iutirt roou which tlnin flit IIdnU14untsulllls111411111thu rvptwontu llw of the court to ofIhrtuntpllceIytheronlnictorsandlookIna Inn lit pikes fur tho Insunt ac up Kilntmonthavu to ln made tit en wart h n nr ontatlvo oiith 1141varlouahingdLcLanrt Inlet III with tiit court on the inch 111 Itl W H1IKN Judge Waynesburg Marble and Gran Its Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor IVnlvrln and Manufacturer of Granite Monuments Marble eHpcclnltrOmcenndWorkAVnyucburg Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Grab Orchard Ky We arc prt nml to write Iiuurnnct Life Accident Fire or Tornado And ollclt the liiuliiPM of the cttltoni of the Hast End None but the Iot complin leis represented Office with Crab Orchard Banking Co HnroA tnlk with tit before placing your In urn nee of renewing old poltclv- Mtt your property with ue and w f ell U for you charging you only a imall ptrcvul POSTED We whose name appear below ttrletl turbid hunting tubing or any kind of Ire puling on our place and wilt prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Actor Relcueobcu Dice Fred VonOruenlgan Albert VonOruenlgu Fred VoaAllman Fred lUnmann Alfred Simpson George Holme Mis MAttie Hewe B Relcbenbaeb ObarleiOummln JOI Dalloa A O Dunn S M Holme W E Amon W B Oaugberty M J Hoffman M D Peter W garter J Nevln Carter Mu M Ilaydrn Welch A D Root J E llrnce W F Shomaker Thomas Kerrlll Green Ferrlll P J Coon John it Oamenlcb Sam Trnwbrldge Peter Ilalmer Charles Eonlin Frank Cordler Jobn Meter Samuel Llndiev Jacob Qacder Ira Alice Ljtlc David Stephens Mary Hoffmann L P Nunnellfy J W lIaughmau Onrliteoa Orayion J 0Ongientar oIacob JfMweln Sam Damerolt Mrs U J Aihlock DORSY GOLDDUST 12052 Full Brother to E ttllt2tJ9 H Sired by Zilcadi Golddust 4100 by Gold dust 150 and he by Vermont Morgan Dlorsey Golddust grand dam on sires side was by the Imp Arabian Stallion Zilcadi Ills dam is Florence by Gol den Minco Chief a son of Gaas Morgan making him intensely inbred Morgan star lion descending from Justen Morgan on both sides The best family of road horses ever known Dorsey Golddust is a dark dappled bay full 10 hands and weighs 1200 pounds a proven and uni form breeder of highclass road and Eas tern horses combining all the qualities for saddle and harness and are in demand at Both the champion saddle and combined gelding of the American HorseShows of 19045 Jack OUiamonds stands to his credit Ten of his colts sold recently for 10250 and 1500 was re used for a walk trot mare by him Ills services are offered for less than any horse of his producing qualities in Ken lucky Will nand at my farm 25 miles from Stanford on the Hustonvilla pike al S20 to insure a living colt F ifolD Phone in Danville Ky KENTUCKY SQUIRREL omliliied itnlllon y lIrli oMI Ixdutlful my one white foot in ImiulM high Jlltl- ll1IlIetllln IIIto and tirirdliiB which intl tit him to runt with tin iHnt PIIllIHtn liy AVaNI Hcinlrril hit 11l1hlilt ht lcs great show horMtjiMdiim liy thw finii Ixlllltlllll WIMH Nqulrn- lvanslnrl1iylllorkMqulrrel l Lahehalllntk CiiKlcll iliuii fillt lIltllI1 till III tin diiin of IIIlIIrllI- hHlllr KiiRlo the Kt ball of riuilicHS IAX imtDif1 tlnin Miiud V No rib hy mihinM IniliiKvr id dam Kfllo prriiiluiii addle mire Teter Waxy 1 Jlortliinic luilf rotherto the nee burst l xIliKton t10llt of JnrIIIII HIItr ICIim Wlilt liy On nnd nut afna14nroby0ubitIIsI iliiK IQII Tho King wii8 a llnt home and well rod KiiittiiKy Hiiulrrcl will servo iniiron tSill lalncurnu Itvlnif colt N IIYJIM It scars old leinndHlilirliwHuiliiiliaiwuniU 1ltlNCK mnUHr h lick hands nd on Inch 111h coming three yiar old tllb Hprlim h1l1n pound wnijilm liy luck h l y hrr li tlin hove stork will nuke tho amber of 1101 at mile from Htiinford on the- rohllrcfmnl A Hhutfonllike and In ofrr frvlc r uldlc I do not liwdtntu to sity that Icy aru lilt IIIIIIIH any In KIItIlk 1IMIIlIniIor these will serve mareifat iron living colt- TrmlliwiiianK forfeit tho rC spmil duty fur IIccllIlItl W II DUDDKKAH Howland Ky S ANYBODY 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 backs the perfect straighthanging front and that Broad Curved Shoulder like you see in the pictures Few people can do this but you will find it in o- urCriterion coals I Try them on and see how much better they shape your shoulders than other coats H 1STANFORD PENNYS DRUG STORE New Stock PARIS GREENL- et us Supply You PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky ICall mid get 0110 of rheas If not Inti factor return it and get your 111011f ey Good for yeast turkey ham etc Works on top of stove as l in oven xj GEORGE H lStanfordamount of your dues at this office t r Y sus rSlJL o k i ttl SUITSIn Manisli Mixtures Pnnninn nnd SergeI in Alico Blue Ilencda Black and Navy nt 81250 SIC and 818 Silk and Wash Waists 0 The waits this ecntan are prettier than ever Plain colors in Tall tit Waists nt 8 5 and 8500 Whlln nnd Black llnliutal Silk AVnists nt S3 to 8050 Wnsh waists in Untieto and Lingerie Cloth with laco nnd cinbroid r cry Rt 50c to 8050 150 this nnsona newest skirts in Black Grey null r Envy nt 83 to 810 BTAXFOIID KY MAY 8 1900 PERSONALS It L WARNER spent Sunday In Rich mond MR Wix DILLION of London was hero yesterday Miss MARY GIVENS of Middlesboro In with Miss Ophelia Lackey DR A S PRICK has returned from Garrard where he has been 1Mian MARY 0 PICKBTT of Mays vlllo la with Mrs W A Tribble r1V W SAUNDERS spent several days with Mr C M Rico at Springfield salt JOHN S HUGIIBS of West Point was hero Friday mingling with old friends I Miss ANNIE MIDDLETON of Oral Orchard Is with her sister Mrs S P Gray MRS ALIce PJCKBTT of Shelby Is with her daughter Mrs Wm Severance MRS C E POWELL of Lexington is tho guest of Mr and Mrs W G Withers MISSES LIZZIE AND MATTIB JONES of tho West End wore guests of Mrs Wilbur Good MR Jos II McAnsTBR of Way I Miss attended the burial of his mother here last week DR AND MRS J B BBCK and children of Somerset are with Mr William Beck and family 1 J W FRANCIS has resigned his Poi lion with Severance Son and return ed to Lancaster MR J H CARTER went up to Liv ingston yesterday to see his daughter Mrs Walter Rico MRS IL M BLACKERIIY returned to Louisville Friday after a months stay with relatives here MRS S H HELM of Lincoln has been with Mr and Mrs O J Thur mond Danville News Miss BESSIE KAY K oii iAN is at home from Caldwell College Danville threatened with measles MRS MARY POTTEII Is with her daughter Mrs J D Holdcrman who is III with fever at Somerset Silts EMMBTT McCoiuucK of Hus tonville was In Danville Tuesday shop ping Boyle County Herald EDITOR HENUY THOMAS of tho Ca they County News and James Osborno were hero yesterday from Liberty t NEWS comes from Hustonvillo that a big bouncing boy has arrived at the homo of Mr and Mrs John G Lynn PROF J W IRELAND of the Graded School has been Indisposed for several days being threatened with malarial fever Sits BENEDICT SPALDINC who has been with her father Col T P Hill for several days roturned to Lebanon BAUGIIMAN one of Lincoln 1countys substantial farmers nnd stock men was a visitor in the city today Advocate MISSBS SUE TAYLOR AND NANNIE WOOS ENCLEMAN are spending a few days with Miss Josephine Sandidgo in tho West End Miss LUCY HAIL was taken suddenly 11 last Thursday with peritonitis and appendicitis and her recovery now is very doubtful MESDAMES T L CARIENTER of hug tonville and Charles F Montgomery of Liberty were here yesterday to con sult Dr T W Pennington MISSES PEACHIB BAUQHMAN Ruth Tanner Lena Beck and Bessie Hill t spent from Friday until yesterday with Miss Mabel McWhorter at Crab Orch ard Mn ANn MRS WALTER COVER who 1 have made Crab Orchard their homo for several years will leave this week for Birmingham their old home to lo cate Miss KATE BASTIN of Pittsburg has invitation to the commencement our thanks for an exorcises df Bourbon Col i lego at Paris They will occur Muy 13 to 17 URIAH BRIGHT of Stanford was In tho city Thursday on business J W Edmiston of Crab Orchard was in tho city several days on business t Somerset Journal FRIENDS of Mr and Mrs 11 D Countryman of Rockford have I received notice of tho arrival of nnoth M orson at tho homo of this popular cou rple Mrs Countryman Is a daughter of Dr and Mrs E G Dick of Crab t and has many frlOnds- i this Record 1in iio ede IDn W B OBANNON was at Brod head on professional business this week Mn ERNEST WAIWKN of Middlesbo ro joined his wlfo hero for a few days stayMR WS KAISER the hemp man returned to hla home at Paris this morning U LOCALS No 22 was over four hours lato Sun day SUMMUH lap dusters at J C Mc Clarys PLANTS for sale E L Reinhart Stanford NICE cleaned German millet seed for sale E T Pence Fon SALK Clean stock of dry Rood and groceries This office WANTED A Write to W Leigh Ktdds Store ALL kinds of plants lettuce rad dishes etc for sale Hubbard 100 suns at half price at Cummins 8 McClarys Investigate JUST received lot ofthe gcnuin Virginia saddles J C McClary CARNATIONS 40c per dozen without terns Stanford Green Houses WE are for plants or best quality Bishop LIpps Huston villo IN Judge Warrens court yesterday Dr J B Beck secured a judgment against S E Owsley for 20 Fort TThe storeroom on Lan caster strut just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office TilE electric lights wero turned on it the stores nnd residences last night much to tho delight of tho patrons IT will pay you to get ourprices on seeds and fertilizer before buying R H West Co Junction City Ky Jon screen doors window screens wire cloth water coolers lee cream MRS ROSA NEWSOM of Highland wait adjudged of unsound mind in Judge Warrens court yesterday and sent to Lakeland Asylum Tim thermometer sdown to a low degree yesterday morning and over coats were In demand There was a heavy frost this morning READ II J Gutman Cos ad on our fourth pogo and see what they have In store for thoso who do out of town shopping It is a Louisville firm TilE elect ed trustees of tho Stanford Graded School last Saturday H J McRob crts Geo L Penny and T D Raney each receiving 21 votes THE Misses Cooley have opened a dressmaking establishment oycr Christs church on Lancaster Street and cor dially invito the Indies of Stanford nnd vicinity to call and see them ATTENTION All members of tho nA Society will pay assessment die rect to mo before tho 15th of each month or society will bo suspended Mrs Bessie McKinney secretary TilE lecture by C M Gordon at the Turnersvillo Christian church last Fri day night for tho benefit of tho Kings Daughters Society was poorly attended and only about 10 was made by tho society TUB base ball game Saturday after noon between Stanford High School md C U Preparatory was called In tho seventh inning on account of rain Che score stood nino to 12 in favor of Stanford POLICE CounT Judge W A Trib blo fined John Kennedy 15 for breach of tho peace Will Lee 10 for resisting arrest George Owsloy of tho May wood section caught it to tho tuno of 120 for drunkenness Tim fellow who described his sweet heart as tho finest fairest fragment of fascinating femininity that ever lashed across tho firmament of this ugnotious footstool had it bad as veil as a pretty well developed case of alliterative alliteration A Relief to the tired houeo wife or those who dislike to sew is the opportunity to buy Clothes This department of our store is growing the timo and we now have n good lino of this seasons newest styles in Suits Skirts Waists Wash Suits Wash Wnigt Ac The variety of our shoeing and the beauty of design and rcaconablcncHS of cost hat been favorably com mentedon by thofo who have seen them SEVERANCE car SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I PennysI1rult SaturdayJ cityLnncllSter good headquarters 111Farris gentlemen HeadyMade GERMAN millet cane send and cow peas All new crop T D Newland TRY our Peerless Iceland Freezer Nothing like it Geo D Hopper WATCH H J McRoberts ad hex Issue He has a lot of good things for you NuNNELLEV BROS are repairing and beautifying tho Elkin house on Lancas tostreet a BRING your orders for all kinds of plants to J W Brackett Lower Math Street Stanford TlliiRE will b acalled meeting of the U D Cat Mrs iL J McRoberts Thursday afternoon at 230 A full at tendanco Is requested AN examination for graduation in the common school course will be held In my office May 11 and 12 1906 G Sin gleton supt of schools Tim editor of this paper is indebted to clever Dr J T Bohon of the West End for a liberal supply of asparagus and pie plant which was very nice TilE Stanford Colored Public School will hold their eighth annual commence ment exercises at Waltons Opera House next Friday evening under the supervision of Dr W D Tardif BASE BALL There will bo a game of base ball at tho Colored School Grounds between Stanford and Hus tonvillo next Friday afternoon at 230 oclock There will be an admission fib at the gate IK you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Concen trated Crab Orchard Water It will do the work For sale by W B McRob crts G L Penny W N Craig Stan ford and C W Adams J G Weather ford Co Hustonvillo J W Thomp song Kingsville TUB following program be car ried out nt Waltons Opera House Wednesday May 23 at 10 A by the Stanford Graded School Invocation L M Omer Piano Valse Tzigane Morrill Miss Kate Newland Address subject Kentucky Prof A H Throckmorton ViolinAir Varle Dancla Miss Berta Jean Penny Presentation of Diplomas Dr W B OBannon PianoSonataDiabelliMisses Frances Cooper BenedictionRev P J Ross iSarah E Woodson died at the home of her daughter Mrs Mary E Rlttcr at Orangeville idApril 27th aged 61 She was the wife if A iC Woodson deceased of Casey county She was the daughter of Eli jah and Elizabeth Logan and was born in Lincoln courtly near Carpenters Station at the place now owned by Wm Dodd Her parents having died when the was quite young she was reared by her oldest sister and husband Mr and Mrs W J Russell At the age of nine her brotherinlaw with the assistance ot an influential member of tho dear old McCormack church L D Goode ho was sent to tho Midway Orphan School for four years during which imo she joined tho Christian church at hat place and was immersed by Dr L L Pinkerton at tho expiration of he fourth session She returned to her native county and to her sister and ringing her membership letter with her gave it to tho Hustonville Christian church where it remained tjio rest of her life She is survived by five hildrenGcoogo iL Woodson oflAt anta Gnv S L Woodson of Vicksburg Miss W B Woodson of Kan sas Mrs Mary L Ritter and L L Voodson of Orangevjilc Ind Son r Stomach Troubles Irs Suo Martin an old and highly espected resident of Valsonia Miss vas sick with stomach trouble for more him six months Chamberlains Stom ich and Liver Tablets cured her Sho says I can now eat anything I want md am tho proudest wqman In tho worM to find such a good medicine for sale by Dr W N Craig tho pop ilar druggist at Stanford Ivy John G Woollcy former Prohibition opineIonIng less liquor and the poor and rich more PUBLIC SALEI I will II nt public auction nt my hums In Urali Orchard on- VK1 NKM1 AY MAY in llin My roomdlnlnu room and kitchen fur niture Trnn mill Hull will tirnln nt K AM WAITKIUIOVKK Crati Orchard Ky PUBLIC SALE Having sold my fiirtn I will nt plnce North of Iltteahelm nntl Ii 111111 Wont of 1riili Orchard on MONDAY MAY sell the followlnc iliwrlbeil property Dm mowlnut machine rake I Oliver 4Idlb- rldoesNotr lioulili Hliovnl IIIIM curl pin nter t nvgs r ulld Mader earn crusher Dlrc harms nxim lUNK shovclx Jerwy cow 1inJruhf- Ullr sevenll hI1 of hags nlwnlt 7S hurnb of corn a slacks of buy household null kitchen furniture and other thlniloonumcrows to mentionMHHritlUHTINAOKAYKON It X l No Htunfonl Ky itcynuldstuctGEORGE HUR One of the finest English coach horses In tho State will make the present teaion al tho OlIalr farm mile from Rowland on Grab Orchard k Stanford pike at the low price of 110 toln urea llYlDR colt George black four white feet and white face weighs when In good ihape 1600 pounds stead tuft U hands George flux ta mode kuple and quick a splendid driver a quiet and safe horse at any work He was sired br Ben Uur Major 273 3US Grand SIre Scott 2130 Dam Jennie Ileictrlco Clyde dale OiCrpo Slur has tome of the llnti colt In tbe country has proved to be a sure foal getter Georjollur half English coach sad half Clydesdale be t draft horites In the state We Invite all lovers of hones to call and examine George Hut ROXSYE make tbe season of 1006 atsamepace at7 to Insure a live colt Rox aye Is about IS hands high was sired by Caldwell Old Giant oue of tbe largest jacks In Kentucky and bis dam Cald wells premium jennet and Is a line male jackMoney due In both cases when colts are foaled or mare parted wltb All care taken to prevent accidents or escapes but not re sponsible any occur Lien retained on colts According to law WM SPRINKLES Rowland Ky REDREX1OIl- I1rnl slnlllou 11nroohlllIUlllulorrelllireo white Opt IllsBtylonctlon Min Hid lirttillng entitle him lo milk with the 101 lttIIllIlKtHln1 liy Hex IVnrlne he by Itox MelkJimld Illmlum h Kentucky Chief You hnvdlsetttill hortelonpiiivcliitohlm rata teen This bin will only U allow eil to cover ainppnirnl mure- ItOVAI tiiinbliutl utatllon Uuutlful seol l rownNyenr old 10 biiixU welirht II J1 ounl lie Is n line well sun tiirtnl saddle hone and u llhr1- JIIIIIIKlIo1I1 iHMimiirk ktrett lllnck nvoliebyHtanewallJrhe liy Oli uuewnU lot dlllll liy K Hurt al darn lij Old IViivlne This In n type of the niddlt horse lint In feat iHcomliiK extinct In Ken tucky H v him and you will 111 to him to InumI- 1IJKK OK ItiritMONI HK In n brown ICllI1hlll1Mlnlllnll rulellIOi hiinds rhtsis u horse with 1111 nctloil iiml lush mid a proxttl lintMler- 1KinniiKK Hlr l by Tom ovliikton he liy Ilmlier Jim l iim liy ieiiernl hake I to liken JIM 1OIlTKHBreyJnck iahnudsiihrclr- lrrof 111lItIIIIlIIl us his blue hiring culls will lhIUltNIId1Jllhlnek inck IIH luinilH This Jock hits made WlnI veiiMins III this coiuily and na n mule jack second to none tstnliiHureI blackjack IS hiincld This is n IxiiiPiind lint style jack mid mi Ixim gold III jlleklthllIl his colls plenty of style mat ure Ill of the alMive Mock will Jiiake the sen MIII of liwiiit farm one mile from Mc JhhlllhUlgIllkIn Miylim that Iwllivc they are as good an any In lItUk Ualayiii ulnnllclveswlth all the iU vo tock when colt U foaletl or tiinrv lplrttd 1iiKtiire furnished nt a nIIHllIIhlIIIh All earn taken to prevent accidents but not ro sH nllilo should may occur font further Mllnreo of tho nliovestock can necim unmo wltli pleas Line by applylug to It s HCUDDKIt McKlnney K- yI ta 0 oi C tJgc u= fIIIItr U1CDJ = OUl-a ct cJQ 40 j be O1ocr akul 1S w1a 0 J zoia 1010= 0 0 Q c i1Q 0 0 a J J Muslin Underwear VWo arc showing the best made line of Skirts Gowns Dnvwera and Corso Covers made in this country Special values in simple cartel covers A FLYER 40 dozen ladies lung sheave Vests und Lace Trimmed Pants in very elas tic ribbed hale for early Spring wear Real value 35 our price 25c for all size 32 to 44- AMERICAN LADY CORSETS in the short or lung shapes to suit nl figure i i Special Sale of 100 iMels Suits at Half i Price i iw wtliJ stockihave decided to free our of all but this seasons goods to do so we cut the price in two J5 Suits for 750 10 Suits for 5cSizes 33 to 44 Summer weights Qualities Now is your iSplendid to save mon- eyCUVIMINSMCLARYi i i For Your Summer Dresses A large selection of Lawns in all Colors and Patterns Prices from 5 to 50c per yard Dotted Swisses in Plain and Flow ered Patterns 15 to 50c per yard Silk Tissues Organdies and Mulls in Whiteand Colors at the right prices White goods galore from 5c to 150 per yard SA1 L M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY r The Interior Journal Entered in the PottOffice at ptcmford c- uy ttanddatt matter- ADLrsuED k TUESDAYS AND ntIDAV AT 500 PER YEAR CASH When not so paid IJOO will be charged Strawberry Plants For Sale I ImO tho following varieties of Straw terry Plants for sales Haverland Itulmck Oandy Jessie Glen Mary Hrnndywlno laud other varieties tee II perlW lobo hive 5 or a dozen pigeons I will tell cheap If all are taken Joitssox I Xlngsvllle Ky INSURANCE Fire Lightning WlndRlormlUfe and and JIERTOomplnleltepreenled iowest Po rible Rate Pnylng loo rd4Uncyunllitl Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Hesldcnce Phone No 83 35 Farm Mules For Sale All broke and natlva bred Ysu sin wee them by calling on mt I G Fix Livery Few A his StaMa Danvllla Ky BD CARTER Successor to Bruce sit Darter Livery Peed and Stable Depot Street STAFFORD Ky Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage U solicited Hone on commission Stack Pens In Connections New Hustonville Firm Having bought of McOormack A Peacock Jkelr Groceries Hardware etc wo solicit n care of the patronage of Ine tS cst End pto yt We also have in connection a Dally Meat Mnrket nnd Lunch Counter Wo will- 1Iu good butcher ntulf at highest market r1el and having n splendid meat cutter wo xantfurnlsh you with the best Wo also buy all kind of country produce ee iBISHOP MPPS Hustonville Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy readymade clothing when there Js so little difference In tho of high suits and a suit made to iourmenureuwnttakenbyanexperlenced- allot I have a handsome line Spring Summer goods I cnn make from n low price knslness suit to the lineal dress suit Also rcrconts trousers and fancy vests The jompuny I represent Isone of the bea- tHCRUPLEYtheTallor JDar71 Traylorn2ALEA is husk Brandy Wings Beer Gloars Etc 11 Carpenter Close to DepotSTANFORD KY Pnapt sal polite stttntloo Nothing Llbe bts tvdttnk Mall phone cr ttlegrspZ orders receive 4apmptanentlon Attention Farmers I I 2 I have just rcceived lurile load or 50 tons of The Old Homestead Fer tilizer- It bas a world wiile reputation is tin excelled usa crop producer It wells oa its merits For the lauds take gircit atria E W CHKKJIITOK KiiigsvilleKy e CcCxI Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HnrnessSaddlery eiic laTANFOlaD KENTUCKY Office Phone 1ST Home Phone 35 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fura loiter MattiugsRugs They will exchango Furniture for 4allKinds of Stock Givo Them a Call Prices Right ANFORDs KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT The count of receipts finished shows 27000 paid admissions at Church Downs Derby Day At Sharpsburg James W Berry sold to D D Hamilton of Marshfleld Mo- a fine jack for 1750 Mark Hardin bought of Eld Joscpb Ballou a lot of hogs at 5c and 10 180 pound hogs of W T Beck at 560 Hyperion II wins Clark Stakes nt Louisville from high class field Envoy being second and Kercheval third FOR SALE Thoroughbred boar haIr 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 Lewis Somerset Ky Judge W A Tribble sold to J R Bcazley his handsome twoweeksold filly colt out of Kate Malloy and by Preston for 100 George Bowerman a trainer of trotting horses was stricken with paralysis while sitting in a sulky on the track nt LexingtonMatt the well known Kentucky saddle horse expert won two blues and one red with Miss Emily Bedfords Pat sie Palmer and two blues one red and one yellow with Miss Reeds Eudora at Durlands Riding Academy horse show New York last week Col J P Chinn of Mercer this year raised 30 hogsheads of tobacco on 20 acres of land This tobacco was sold last week at the Planters Warehouse in Louisville and broke nil records as to price when 14 hogsheads of it were put up for sale Two hogsheads of red leaf sold for 1775 and two for 1675 per hundred One hogshead of lugs brougl 2150 a hundred another 2250 and another 20 per hundred Four hogshead of trash were sold one brought 1750 a hundred one 1450 one 17 and another 21 Three hogsheads of spool were sold one bringing 11 and two selling at 12 per hundred making the crop average 1720 a hundred Not if as Rich As Rockefeller If you had all the wealth of Rock feller the Standard 011 magnate yo could not buy a better medicine for bowel porn plaints than Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy The most eminent physician can not prescribe a better preparation for colic and diarrhoea both for chlldre and adults The uniform success of this remedy has shown Ittobesupcrio toall others It never fails an whenreduced with water and sweetened Is pleasant to take Every famll should be supplied with it Sold b Dr W N Craigthepopulnr druggist at Stanford CHURCH MATTERS The meeting held by Rev George FI Smith at Needmore is progressing nice ly and a good congregation is in al tendance at each service Good result are expected this week The meeting will continue over Thursday night Mi Smith tells us The meeting at the Presbyteria church which is being conducted b Roy T D Lattimer the State evangelist is still In progress and will probably continue through the week Goo congregations hear him morning and evening There has been only one ad dition to dat- eScatioa Curedfie Twenty Years of Torture For more than 20 years Mr J U Masse of 31122 Clinton St Minneap QlIs Minn was tortured by sciatica time pain and suffering which he Indur cd during this time Is beyond compre tension Nothing gave him any per nanent relief until ho used Chamber ales Pain Balm Ono application of hat liniment relieved tho pain and nude sleep and rest possible and lesi than pno bottle has effected a henna ient cure If troubled with sciatica or rheumatism why not try a 25 cent bottle of Pain Balm and see for yourself how quickly it relieves the pain Wsole by Dr W N Craig the opular druggist at Stanford As a result of good luck and not to- any economy by Congress there is n surplus of 4 millions in the treasury stead of a deficit of 31000000 10 months ago In that time tho customs Elections have been 1000000 more than a year ago a fact which the Treasury did not anticipate and the internal revenue collections are 14 3000 more than a year ago which dicated a freer use of beer whisky and tobacco than was expected Miserable Conditions Of body and mind always result from u torpid liver which loads to bile poisons bing absorbed intotho blood- nnd poisoning all the nerves and tlssucs This dreadful stato some of o symptoms of which are headache appetltoIcan bo quickly cured by taking Dr ildwclls laxative Syrup Pepsin It relieves tho strain On your liver le- laxes tho tightened bowels purifies tho blood strengthens tho stomach and makos It as clean as a whistle rhe- lCsuHs perfect health amd freedom from pain and discomfort Try it- Sold by Pennys Drug Store Stan fOldiC W Adams Hustonvlllo nt- 60c and 81 Money back if it falls rflsri Notice OrPICK COttXTT JtHIOIC HTANtOUII KT MAT 11101 The sheriff will Iagln collecllntf ttlx moat Juno lt ntul lieu mnttvr of Inform tliin for the overseers of dirt rnml ma kl thin statement of tint roml hiw which hnlt bwenhhrceIiIII Mulch IwN IllIlItll section I3UI relating to time Mibjeett Ih sold nvcrceri lw exempt fmni nervl mi lurlu1I1I1I from roll tux fur roml Irforlllfor witch atToiixu Ic ilnttl from 3I to oinpeiiftiitlon and tho only rrnnpnnxntluii 10 n dirt road overxeer U hU IIIX hll linen or nd whentheherlamnkesa 1ttlltIIII1I1 whim the tlHcal court ho will credited lit three exemption U OSAHHKN- JuIgDignity Dare No lUSJVolSA RII It Mnhouony Iwiy black point white on on IfIt foot years old hnn high weighs law pounds strong nut 1100 heavy innnu and tail good luck with IonIC coney tapering set In hlKb mounted asiiddlo horso heed lid ear on him a model undrr halter IIlwswears blue string In model rings wonhrful style In harness a show hone guru Whln ono year old woro nil honors In his eta wherever shown also tho blue flu In iwee Make harness rings at same use When II lyearold ho was shown 11 times mill woro bluu strings has Plover been defeated In fancy always been Iho victor In stnlllontnlto ring ae n hrecde wheiishown with three or more of bis Itlt for tilse style and general conformatlo nnd for all purposes la saddle horstl with live distinct Raits taut limit letlllg nicker Rood In two walks and anlco 10lIr wry In hilt trot under saddle and hnlurssgnnLiminrooul action as It re quired for an uptodate slro of highlrllodfuilo hone for addle or sun enough harness horw uraceful tlhhand fast can show eighth in wcoml n YYB salt with but little handling mild this last filII oneyear OliO IIfllr nllIl uteri In the lIrllll Ito II posseretl of oliderful nerve Cud speed enough to get a trotter for track nee or gentlemens rmwbtenlargI- te11donu stylish henry end strong mioug to get carriage hori es with n kindly dlJiw million for nil purpose of a family horse lie Is time horse to slru parkers 1IIoh graci till sutmtiinco land docility It hue btw Klvfnupby horsemen that he Is oi of lho most uniform breeders In Kentucky II types Ills cults after hlninelf line hover Iinti n sorrel colt Tile moat profitable horse tor the farmer and small breeder to pro luc II the horso which serves the widest range of purposes well Ills colts are show colts of the very hlpheat type blue Irlng winner trout the ollle1 to till youngest 2l of hl colts have been offered for and oid for average of s n and the average ego of them Is I years end months PKtiiniiKK Mlrvd by l teeter there 10 N H II It ho by Illack Hqulrrel W lie h Hlaek Kaglo 74 by King William h h IKnmark 01 hit by Oalne Ilemntnrk61hebvror horso Denmark H ho bY Imp efuNIIgalttid- ent lint by VelcliinodlNo art TII n ho by Wlllhim Welch ala he it Hysdlcks Hambletonlan 10 Dignity and dour Is by Abdullah Messenger Im liv dills Vermont Ilk dine Thoroughbnr- 14elchmont tint lout 1uullne by Almor Vorvst PKMH Dare will muko till on oflva6ntmytnbhehl llustonvllle K ut f23toln urou living colt when foabr- Mnrcstrndrtl or removed forfeit lnurnnc mid money Incomes due anti must IM llhl at time of such transaction Shires graze at tiM MT month odd bllUto paid Ix ton removal of mares Omen fed ll deilrc at reunonablo rotes Mares entrusted to in will receive my wruonal attention bull will not Im responsible for accidents or ill rapes hone In residence at Iliutonvlll Ky DH CAHlKNTKU Col Bird 40566 loll Ilred by 0 A V I catslrtnvlllr Ky Hired L Chief No n III Alft of 6 tInrohll with nconle of t11 or tatter by lecllhin 2M sire of IT In lUt lot dam Illrdlo helllltrtrlllllIMItr to Oo- wanI3sire of 8 sire of and Zoolu Wtlkes Stl Hy iuniUttn Wllkt 2 Vtyt sire of II with records oft or Utte Slid dun Ktlle avMdniii of lord Humrn lou Gowan 1 l5i sire of of iXodle WllkesZSIand Ktlle IlullelilX d lio- nirmleSI5ynndiovlineryyire of AI rim Spew 2 II j sire of ItJ and ale of the miuuu of and dam Ktlle llnvls time dam of ono mire during ion nnd uriinl lout Ixirit Humrn J lUUOowan i Halle Hell I2i Klniiil 71 mile Wllkes t Iy Alexander AUIiilla 242No15 sire of UolllslIJllh Maid 211 others Ilk dam b Crockutts HcllfoundirN- OTK teeillanChlef2Si4SlreU by Vcl 1II1I111h 1st thief Ijidy Norretta 2 ll4 ulni of Hilly Plzzaro lu and Ceclllan Chit 2Y7t p Norval tlfli sire of Countess Kv SUMJ KlowlUKTIil 2lby orvnl timid others Snd dam uonyto dam of hotly Xorvett 2 is1 laud ltont tlorlnaiii and lull ulster III YlltlttIJIIIIIlIIIrllllltKluctrlc 2 IS nnd OlRa Klectrlc 82i aiv grand dam of Ceclllan 1hleft tII11e1 PUarro 21b ti by Uambettn W I 1lIi the ureatent IlvliiK sire ilrd dam Nectar dam of riall ttn tat 2 m nnd lru lo 2 and griind dam of I jidy Nor vetta21Vi Ithu dnln of Oclllun Jhl 22TV und PUzaro sil4 Lady Yatex 221 Neolor ftlectrlr Lt OlRii Klectrlc ILtlf am HoMir orln22TKbr NntwiHMl 2 lv Itlre of and the ureiifext slro of hrtxxl mares and the and greateat living or dead sire of staiiil ird hones 4th dam lalnten ihad but fools nil fe iiuUH uiul ull lireili gmnd dam of llliert lien tII Nlre 2fiP In Uodamof Preclnloniioiaml grand dam IIIItO of lallletta 2I dn111 of IJ- Hntinaliliinil Druile 221 uiul Nrcturln lam of two salad Clonyto dam of two 11 ilemenger Duroe No sire 21 Mild him luUKhters have prcKlucedjiver Hi Hyacinth dam of Mecca 21Uyi md ono other and grand damn of Cherry Jroft Muscovite 2 Is Euclid 2 Sty Husnla IlIn1 others Hy Volunteer r sire of ai Intlhmm dUlIlhlers have pro lured 75 mhdiimCliiradiimof lk xtvrXIU Alma tXSIj and out other and Aldailiim or Adade 11urJ Dictator sire of lay Eve Hoe 111i and Mothers sand iilno Lady lioxter dUIII of Dexter Prince by American Htar IIl1lre of tour and dams of il Tthdiim McKlntry mure dent of Hhnrk t2Ti4aiulranddain90f Dexter Alma anil them Ceclllan Chief rot Is n very young liorso- et ho hlilt a of his with trottlnit records 23or latter cacti IIIlIdo witch they went Iuttwuyroroldt lie wnl the Ihlllllilioll winners In ltcl Ceclllan 2 otj full brother to JennneteCe cll 2 1IU CeclllUH 81210 i Mis Cecil 2 Ulimilll22iUiimlCeeli be22 i Irc- dyGnutlattnttllk2IvII the greatest llv resin ht 0 2rJ dam of Ce Ocll 1111 teclllu- 110St9ilmelecll 8J Ill 221- 11udccIiIu2Ss11y Nutwotd t Mlro ri Ird IIrlnh1 Iln lhl11g or deed nail limn muted filro of brood mnreH that ha ever pponntl Hecoml dam Delilah dam of Jam runn2r1 mire of two o IIlIIln II Ill Y1N- 11dJennhel1222dunanfIi Delta dam of mma lfuttaUI4 Norvlllo ItoY21tEmuurtttufl lnnthtlom tiiiniliur t 2 ITk hurlseltilklnrst25P Irhltll mid conga Juno 21 2 2IS Aimlla Pearson 2 Mlt llvrrdoldiiiillli 2IJI Ionzlii gsiislroof out am and lambriinetta dam of lolden Honl eg lby AdnilnUtriitor clru of several of maiiv- ilrd dnm Mnrr Klmore ilntn of Oleveland 2 2H4ninl ranii dams of 7 fly Mambrlno Klrll of two alb dam hv Htar luvl Kth ihini by Tom rowiler Jeclllnn U the sire of In xtmiil IIrll time and has one daughter till diiin of 11I0ili Ilkejy thoyoungeiit mare In tho great rood mam list DamlKttii Wllkus Is the rcntuBt slrv of extreme speed the world h- ullr known HtanclH Kiioiul in the greatest roof staiulnrtl Tonnes and till urcnteHt lire of Ktandurd horses living lie was ulna till ehuniplonlnof premium horses ut the gfllIt Worlds Knlr Pen Col lUnlniAMliiiasixo finish and action In breeding he U of the very last stud great t known to time trottlnii world lilt ldoat every direction trnw to the IInIIIl8- 11I1I11t known to the trotting turf As u Iro he should lit greut not Illrd will stand at my staid lit to curt living colt Men retained on nil 10111 until teuton money Is paid Money dllll when imiro Is triuUd removed or parted wl1h Nut rfsiiouilhle for accldunt or es Irani furnl liMl at MM IKT month Iwti HOAHPKNTKU Hustonvllle Ky For Sale Privately house and 10 acres of land situated Jut outside of town limits on the Somerset pike House lasT rooms kitchen and serpent room good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant la the yard one for stock- J P HAILEY JOHN BEECHER nlnek jerk wllh white point IIk linmlt high has hlmtelfn gtwsl mule hick wnsslreit liy lluhhleN lleeelier lot dean II Illnck hawk jennet 1111 stock of the kind nit can bo Imd Will ninko the n n im of Inklntutyplnetrntsiitoiiundi living colt HAVE Y 0 U It colts castrated by T P Gross Crab Orchally the wolf known cas trntdr of horses and horso doctor PhOny In Iteslden- ceNAPOLEON Illnck Jack Panel high AVasslrrdl Tarkingtons Xupoleon dan IIInck Hawk NoS who wimn son of 11111111 ho by IVIern Illack Hawk ill dam by Co Wood VIII verve martf lit 110 to Insure n living colt Trading the sour forfeit th Insurunce Norosiionslblllty for nccldent K P WOODHHtanford Ky BLACK HAWK hands black with Whltu points will bo yearsold Jan Will stand lit IS for man to Insure living colts and luenute for tl sea mm at same prim Will alto stand the Jim Porter Jack ltaTON 6 years old la hand weighs IJn pounds and an extra mule lack ThrMl crops hale roll have nil tieen buys blacli and retl sorrel S to Insure n living colt Also two young lacks coming year old will serve n limited nnulbr of Kentlv mart free 1111 K INn Morelaml Ky Y NOTICE We will on- WKHNKHMAYjrNKffrit Hurt offer for wile our Mill at Huniilde Ky Th Is n Roller Flouting Mlllciiiaclty ltarn on time Nnnlyko A Hystom innchlt iry nearly new This Mill also coiuUU of Roller Corn Mill and Kevd Crusher capaclt Inn Hu theli Meal per day and will crush y II HiiHbels Keetl terilny III In first ron dillon and hut cut on railroad track Hurt Inhahltiints an- IheMIuo01lientulllwIthln lOmllesOurrei mm InrcllingthlprolrtYIsowing to our health 110111 desirous kllnl of property would do well to Investltiatn It not tonll It Isln operation nllli Mr MeKeclinle will taktiplcaiurn In IIIK It to any one who and will call nt the Mill by mall wilt uwIrtIJroIllJ11IfTtIIIM KASY Ky NABOTH Dy Naboth bay fourvearsold end a much finer horse then his slreao well kaow In this part of tho Stale as a breeder of speed IIVh and dusbllltr Bam NoraNo vat bvNoral Jillf a son of ElrcUone 125 Nora Norval s gut dam by Metro all tan of lIambleloDlan 10 sire of lea Wilke aDd Electloaeeri 2d dam by alam brlno Starlight 3rd dam by Oliver tth dam by Wagneri Sib dam by Imp TranbV 61h dam by Thorntons Rattler A splendid In dlTldual with a pedigree as fine as a01 horses Stands U band high and weigh 1200 pound Will make the sea son at It O Iettuit near Preachersrllto at tIS to Insure a hiring colt Money due when mare is traded or parted with or brfld to another bona The black jack J K BAUGHMAN byTarktogtons Napoleon will make tllo season at the same piece at 110 to Insure a living colt lie H high and tllU proven a good bretdnr Mares grazed at 3160 per month which In all cases roust paid before they are roo taken to prevent accidents but DOt responsible should any occur J MoOIt 0 1KTTUS ALMONTDARESired II It he by Chester flare 10 A II hi by Hlack Piiulrrel S3 A 8 II K he bl black Eacle Tl A S K he by Clog William A 8 n K Flat dam Kaxa way Heclitvrcd In 10 A T II IL the by Abdallnh MatabrinoA T II It tire of Geneva 2OOK little II 2125 Quinine StSS and teeny others under SUI Abdallnh Mambrlno by Almuot No 37 In T It 2d dain by Orll Davis 8S6S he by llourbon Chief i 3d dam Maltle bjr Foreign Light by Foreigner by Imp Qlenco For jljjn Light dam Starlight by Cherokee mp Iluusorj 4th dam by Ounnlnghatni opperbottomi 5th dam if Imp Huuird or size style beauty dlspotltlou and per ormance In harness and under con itderlog age and handling ho line supe lore and but few equals See him and you rill like him Will also stand two extra mule Jacks Rood odlvlduals and finely bred Service fee Almout Dare Sill Insurance Imlted to a tow tnatvi Jacks Rob Tark oguln Iniurancei 1mltrd Victor lugo jr by Victor Hugo S3 Two and ooelmlf miles houthwestof llus navllle on iiUHtoovllla Liberty pike radlng or breeding elsewhere renders sea endue E8 1OWFLL I SON THE WARFIELD Trial 224 Trotting Dark bay stallion 15 3J5 hands foaled August 1901 bred by Village Farm East urora New York Sired by Dare Devil Wz8 record 2of sire cf Tho Beau Ideal- t5yi Son of Mqmbrino King 1279 sire of Lord Derby Nightingale Metallas The Quester Lord March Lad of the lanor HeiratLaw King Charles Mock ing l3oy Mercees all with records under roe1 First bate Naughty Girl by Rex mericus 23200 2nd dam Ducrma by lambtino King 1279 3rd dam Dotlet by utwood nn th dam Topaz byStrath more 6th dam Millard by Albion 6th dam Ned by Udwin Forest 711 dam Lady Turner by Mambrino Chief The Warfield was Worked only 90 days lasl season and showed a vt clip over a hal mile track lie is sound headed good gaited good wind good feet and legs and kind and easy to handle in liar rim one that will stay and trot all day He will make present Reason at our farm near McKlnney at 85 to insure a living colt- Mares traded offor bred to another horse forfeits insurance and makes season Iponey duo Lien Retained on Colts Until Season is Paid We will also stand the imported Jack CONQUEROR- Sg to insure a living colt He is 4 years old i51 hands high black with white points fIne bono and action and a great dividual You should see this tine Jack beforo you breed S M OW1iNSSON McKinney Ky 1 n F Good Clothes Dont Make a Man Hut theyyare the entering wedge into business nod society Wo cnn clothe you to com pc coiiMilcration then iu ii to you to make good Iook our line before making your final decision We are cliowing nil the l1ewtpatterns W B Perkins 52 Fourth i An Opportunity t To do your shopping In Louisville fareIA Z The Retail Merchant AsiocN Y atlariof which we are mtmbsrs A will your railroad fan K We Arc Prepared to Take Care of You oftLInerMull and other t fromQj 9500 up T Skirts In tHandsomo Stripes 87110 910OO and upi4 IProtty Waists Lin from 91OO to 95OOOA No to Louisville i Is compute without z visit to this store 1 Ave Louisville Ky refund 1I N J GUTMAN CCi 140 A + s 441 + tl I im I I 1 you need ally Metal Iloof feint or any Metal Hoof Paint zee mo for I have the best iniuloi usedas directed assortment of Iunips at almost any i f H 1 110 Tinner anti IMumbcr I Depot Street Stanford Ky I aw o a a ltreawEGGS EGGS EGGS Ilymouth Hock Hltver eco WlIlIelotto and Hlnck nnRsliiin lit It per setting of KKK delivered free of to Htanforil Lancaster or Ornb Orchard Those litter ested nro Invited to visit my IIlns and my stock Mrs W I IIIlkJ1lIlrPoultry Farm Two Farms For wish to sell irlvately niy farm of 17- 0Ilcrce8 miles West of Ijinciuterun the Leis liiKton pike It Is well Improved and hit of water and tlmlier Well fenced reJllllrAlso of 100 acres lying midway Inrtwcen Ijiincasler nnd tox liiKton pikes lood outlet fenced Terms reiiKOimhlo 11iilfltljjr MarkjilHiry Ky Ogdensburg 8787 Record 2t23c Trial 823 Hy Mambrlno atchcn will mike the season of 1000 at my farm at 1 to Insure a living colt Uo Is a doe Individual and linn abundant style speed and action lie hoc proven lilnuclf u great brooder Lls colts being tho kind that soil readily fur big prices alto stand three fine Jucks two at 110 and one at tS to Insure u living colt Bee iny stock before yon breed M B IlAUanMAN Stanford Ky Crab OrchardI The Greatest Womens t tStorethe South A SAY YOU 1I 1Complete to GllnrlllllcCltI 1IhOO ALDRIDGE PARKERS HAIR BALSAM rncsncl and traiiunel been framers laiiuUM pvvth Never Falls to lntoro Oray JUIr to IJrYouthful alcltnt llrunloU r 1LOOK I I1I0nt buy your prlllg and Hummer hilL you art uab ii of millinery fink 1101 of tiled pattern lints newest stylus right cnnli Call and hem l its JIINKH AMIKIIHO- VImioluruvllk Ky INSURANCE Plnco your busifjesa in the old Zest and Brongewt company in tho world See and talk with K M Rowland who will show you tho policy best adapted to your ago Lund circumstances Claims paid prompt ly Dividends paid annually or defer red II M NEI u Agent Mutual Life IiiBiiranco Co of N Y Organized 1843 rr 1