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C t r f 1h THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I r VOL XXXIV r STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 11 1906 NO 16 1CHURCH MATTERS Rev J Addison Smith of Utcl mond preached at tho Ire bterlan s church Wednesday night At tho Colored Baptist church at Danvillo Sunday 590 was raised to help to liquidate tho debt now hanging over tho now building Rev W W Willian of Louisville will preach at tho Baptist church ncx Sunday morning at 11 oclock und at night at 730 All members arc re quested to be present The Philadelphia preacher who told n New York audience tha in a century there will be 100000000 Negroes In this country must have been determined to makotho future look as black ai y possible Washington Post Tho three physicians who havo examined Dowio say ho Is in full posses lion of his reason and understanding Thats not where tho shoo pinches What Dowie wants is a verdict by a jury placing him in tho full possession ot the funds of Zlon Louisvflk times County Meeting I Tho semiannual meeting of theChri- st tian churches of Lincoln county will held at Moroland Saturday May ID 1900 beginning at 10 A M Devotional Exercises 1020 AddressW 0 Montgomery 1040 AddressGoo W Mills 11 Reports of J G Livingston evangelist and churches 1140 Sermon Montgomery Dinner on tho grounds 130 PM Devotional exercises 145 ChurebiesG205 Five mlnuto talks by delegates from the churches 230 Address L M Omer 2ro Address F M Tinder 310 Address H C Garrison Each congregation is urged to send delegates to the meeting prepared to make reports pledgesP Chrnn G L CAHPENTER Sccy Fortunate Mlssurlans When I was a druggist at Livonia Mo write T J Dwjrer now of Graysvllle Mo three of my custo l mers wero iHirmnnently cured of coir MUtnption by Dr Kings Now Discov cry and are well and strong to day Ono was trying to sell his property and move to Arizona but after using New Discovery a short time ho found It unnecessary to do so I regard Dr Kings New Discovery as the most wonderful medicine In oxUtoneo Surest Cough and Cold cure and Throat and Lung healer Guaranteed by 1ennyd Drugstore Stanford and r Lyno Urns Crab Orchard DARE ALL 2086 lite combined utalllon will make a limit ed season i rb at Lawn More Stock Farm ili miles wen of Htiilonville Kv on he l rad fords ille 4 Husionville pike near Carpenter t Statimt at 15 to Insure a Liv log Colt Mare traded or parted with for insurance and money becomes due at time of such transaction Iien retained on colt till season is raid Mares graced at 150 month Gram fed if desired al reasonable rates Hills must be paid before removal of mares Mares entrusted will receive my personal attention but will not be responsible fur accidents or escapes Dc RIITION Foaled in 1902 i5J hands high dark bay with one front and rear foot white rtar A model of groat beauty with short back long neck deep well sloping shoulders and with great style as one expect from reading hit pedi gree liood bone One feet and legs won derful stamina Attractive by halter under saddle and in harness with that grace ful movement that belongs to him by inheritance from a long line of the most famous ancestry of saddle horses the world has ever lroduced PFuttdltaSired by Dignity Dare No 1985 Vol 5 A S H Chester r Dare to be by Black Squirrel 58 he by Black Eagle 74 he b King William 67 he by Washington Denmark GJ he by Games Denmark 61 he by Denmark KS ist dam Pannie Me 2739 by Red Squirrel 53 2nd dam Mollie Good by King Wil liam 67 3rd dam by Oliver Th Dignitys tit lam by Welchmont 636 A T H R be by William Welch he by Rysdiks Hambletonlan 2nd dam by Abdallah Messenger 3rd dam by Gills VermontR5MAltxsin offering the services of Dare All to the public I take occasion to state without presumption that I have 4been a breeder of fancy sad for 25 years and experience has taught mo to know appreciate a high Class one Pars All is the careful painstaking breeding and comes as natural rAuU of mating tht very best mares with the foremost stallions the Slate has afford t ed Carrying about a5 per cent of King William blood a greater per cent than any stallion in service in the State Kind William being regarded as proems nent for fancy saddle and harness horses Dare All sired by the now coming famous Dignity Dare he In turn by Chester Dare following long list ofsires every ono a creat show horse out of mares that were equally as famous as show mares and his dam Fannie Me the greatest showmarei- I ever owned having refused 1000 her I think entitles him to the careful con sideration of all prospective breeders He is now just being to the saddle taking to gaits as quick and handy as any I ever handled 1 think he will be a grand show horsewhen finished See him before booking your mares C C Phone in residence Hustonville Exchangell a r IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Monday Juno 18th has been selected as Madison Countys Homo Comm DayTho bill providing an appropriatio for a public building ofVersailles past ed tho Senate Mrs James Vanover shot and serious ly wounded Mrs G W Noe nel1r Middlesboro timing an encounter tho cause of which is not known Tho postoffice at Borca was broke into on Saturday night and robbed The thieves secured 30 and a larg quantity of stamps Bloodhounds have been placed upon tho trail The Jessamine County Fiscal Cour agreed to purchase Brooklyn Bridge across tho Kentucky river for 5000 The Mercer County Fiscal Court must ratify tho deal The bridgo was bull at a cost of 71000 Dr J B Evans of Lebanon age G9 years and one of the bcst knows residents of Marion county is dead after a lingering illness of hear trouble Ho was a surgeon in the Confederate army and was a prominent MasonGeorge E Alford who has been superintending tho farm of W C Greening near Markabury completer his work there last week and jias gone to Iino Knot where ho will burn a brick kiln and superintend thc crcctioi of a bank building for tho company recently organizes there Attorney J N Sharp of Williams burg representing tho Sterns Con Company located 20 miles from Somerset on the C S filed a petition In Federal Court at Covington asking that a restraining order be issued to keep 100 striking miners at tho Sterns Company mines from interfering with men at work Ho says threats ot violence have been made Jailer Brown and Constable T J Benedict of Casey county were ir Danville today to arrest George Cunningham and Mack Mills two colored ouths the former charged with grand larceny and the latter petit Cunning ham is said to havo stolen a hog which Is a penitentiary offense Ho was round working for Mr Upton who lives on tho Lexington pike Mills bas been working for Lawrence Rogers at the Cecil race track The boys were Indicted and later escaped to this coun tyAdvocateIN MEMORIAM Callie Eubanks died April 29th and n noblo man has gone homo to await the coming of n devoted mother and Brother who arc left to mourn his loss Every effort was mado to restore him to health hut his work on earth was lone and God called him away and Hi could riot have taken a better manA utiful son and a kind thoughtful and generous brother has gone to his reward Ho will he missed both at homo md tho place of his employment for In tho ono was kind and and in tho other honest and carefuL It Is usNeglect n Cold How often do we hoar It remarked Its only n cold and a tow days later learn that the man Is on his buck with pneumonia This Is of such com non occurrence that u cold however alight should trot disregarded hambcrlalns Cough Itemedy coun eructs any tendpnoy of a cold to to nit In pneumonia and has gunned Its byIillincnt It always euros and Is pleas ant to take Forsalo by Dp W Jraigthe popular druggist at Stanford Ky Charles L Monsch ofthe most prominent trotting horse men in the country has filed a petition in bank ruptcy in tho Federal court at Louisville lie places hU liabilities at 10 112 without any assets except those exempt by law Mr Monsch ran a trot ing horse paper at Lexlngtdn for sev- ern years i ConNS CURED Corn Exit will posi lively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant nnd ire absolutely guarantee to refund tho lohoy to each and every customer whoso corns aro nut promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of his great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect euro is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky It is about two weeks since Voliva al idcd to Dr Dowies sacred robe as a Mother Hubbard but Chicago has not yet finished while Dowio ias not yet begun Philadelphia In Uirer Devilss Island Tortures no worse than tho terrible caso of Plies that nllllctod mo 10 years Then I was advised to apply Uticklons Arnica Salvo and less than a box ermancntly cured mo writes h S Napier of Rubles Ky Heals all rounds Burns and Sores llko magic 250 at Pennys Drug Store Stanford ineDroSi Crab Orchard JI NEWS NOTES persons wore killed and 12 mor injured by tho collapse of a cigarett factory in Havana High license that is to say 1000 a year has had tho effect of closing 135 groggerles in Chicago Burglars robbed tho office of Joseph Leiter in Chicago of bonds and securi ties valued at about 12000 Edwin W Clark a New York broker while suffering from acute indigestion committed suicide by shoot IngJ9hn Alexander Dowie and WilburG Voliva arc unabld to agree on a committee to manage tho affairs of Zion CityMount Vesuvius 1s again showing signs of considerable activity Tin main crater is discharging sand and cindersCol Frank Powell a famous Indian scout known as White Beaver diet suddenly on a railroad train near EI Paso Tex Tho Red Men of Kentucky havo ask ed tho Grand Council of the United States for authority to erect an or phans home- Charles L Spier a prominent bust ness man of New York was shot to death fn his home on Statcn Island ir a fight with a burglar George M Clinger a survivor of the Sultana disaster oi the Civil War died at Mnysville from injuries received by being struck by a train M Roisncuf a candidate at Basse tors Island of Guadeloupe tired from a window nnd killed two Socialists and wounded a Customhouse officer Temperance people of Cloverport will contest the localoption election held which resulted in Victory for the wets by a majority of 25 votes Tho special grand jury which Is to investigate insurance matters began work Tuesday in New York Two witnesses were examined during the dayAaron McCabe the Negro charged with the murder of Martin Clark was given an examining trial at Lexington and held without bail to the grand juryIn the Federal Court at Owe lboro Judge Evans sentenced a lawyer to jail for 48 days but immediately cor rected the mistake and called it hours Tho localoption election at Millers burg resulted in a victory for the drys by 20 majority The election was hotly contested and many unique fear tures developed Henry Prewitt State Insurance Com missioner has announced that ho will oppose any effort by the Insurance companies to retrench losses from the San Francisco fireIAndrew Carnegie assisted in laying the corner stonopf the 14story build ing in New York which in to bo the head iaartera ofthrco national engine rJng organizations Twentylive students of Depauw University have been summoned to ap pear before the grand jury at Green Castle Ind and testify regarding lust weeks street disturbances- At Frankfort BF Rogersaged 45 a well khown farina was found dead in bed death the result of heart failure His brother Albert Rogers died suddenly several months ago Lexington saloonkeepers may make a test of the Sunday closing law and take tho case to the Court of Appeals Ono Balo ltman was fined Tuesday and his place of business was ordered closedE Harriman is making a record breaking run in u special train from tho Pacific to tho Atlantic coast Ho hopes to make the trip from Oakland toNew York irj 71 hours and 27 minutesOne the large warehouses of the Kentucky River Mills one milo north of Frankfort was burned to the ground The warehouse filled with hemp val ued at 20000 was a total loss partly InsuredA to kill the jailer at Bedford id was frustrated by one of the prisoners informing tho officials that John Peters one of the inmates had a revolver and cartridges which had been smuggled to him- Nervous School Children Statistics gathered by various School Ddurdu show that a largo iereentageof school children suffer rom dllTerent forii of nervousness mild exaggerated Some showed a cndcncy to melancholy others mental lepresslonj and many tho nervous Avitchlngs of mild chorea or St Vitus dance Most of these troubles eln bo overcome by proper food lulllclent sleep arid Dr Cnldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin It Is a universal childrens mcdiqino because If good food Is eaten it Insures that the food Is properly di gested and indigestion and nerve poisons properly thrown out It Is pleasant to take anti safe and sure in results Try It Sold by Pennys Drug Store Stanford C W Adams tfustonvllle atr50Q and i1 Money jack If It falls MATRIMONIAL John C Durriss of Atlanta nnd Miss Annie E McKee of Kingsvillc were married at Mr John JMcKees Wednesday The groom n prosper ous business man of his city while his bride is an accomplished and splendid young woman who is well known and greatly admired here N6wa comes from Louisville to a rew intimate friends hero that Mr Simon B Levy who formerly managed tho Grand Loader Store is to wed a beau tiful Paris young lady Tho wedding is to tako place In early October Mr Levys friends here extend congratula tions nnd very best wishes Mr George WLogan and Mrs Mar- L Phillips were married at her homo on East Main Street at 3 oclock yes terday by Eld J G Livingston The wedding was a quiet affair only mem bers of the family being present Tli groom is a clever man an expert car punter nnd very popular with his host of friends Mrs Phillips is the hand some widow of Mr IS Phillips Her many friends congratulate the gentle man who has won her heart and ham and extend to her and the man of her choice their warmest congratulations KINGSVILLE The Christian church has organizer its Sunday school and hopes for goon attendance each Sabbath Wo will have a marriage to chronicle in our next of a very deserving lady and a gentleman from Alabama Dan Hester was over from Stanford Sunday to see his wife Ora Gooch of McKinney was hero Friday en route to SomersetKingsville now has four telegraphop craters including J L Hurt who Is our station agent lie is assisted by his clever wife who seems to be equal ly proficient in agents work Mr Mc Cowan is the night operator and at the new tower Cecil Gooch is working days and Virgil Bastin nights Little Miss Sibyl Hurt who is attend ing school at Harriman Tenn spent Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs J L Hurt at the hotel Miss Ella Leach has returned from a visit to her sister at Cumberland Falls Postmas ter Johnsons family left for Oregon Tuesday Mrs Riley Faulconberry continues in a critical condition Not If as Rich As Rockefeller If you had all tho wealth of Rocke olcrlvthe Standard 011 magnate you ould not buva better medicine for bowel coiAplalnts than Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Homed lib most eminent physician tan not proscribe a better preparation for lolle nnd diarrhoea both for children and adults The uniform success of this remedy has shown Ittobesupcrlor to all othors It never fnUanll vbon reduced with water nnd sweetened Is plonsant to take Every family should bo supplied with It Sold by Ih W NCraig thopopular druggist- at Stanford Harrodsburg husbands have a hard time of it if the Herald is to be believed The attention of a married man when being called to the fact that a button was off his vest he replied that ho had the button in his pocket and would sew it on that night after he had cooked supper Perhaps tho fear of similar experiences has kept tho bache lor editors Messrs Pulliam and Hutton from getting mixed up in matrimonial matters Tho girls in Harrods mrg though are pretty enoughand sweet enough to mako a man want one of them even if he hind to do tho wash- Ing and the milking in addition to the sowing and cookingState Journal No Quarter The evils which always follow after Indigestion biliousness or constipa lonwlll glVo no quarter Better fight them to a finish with Dr Caldwclls xatlvc8YIUII Pepsin It Is a weapon against theso dangerous llseases which will glvo you quick relief and permanent cure Sold by Pennys Drug Store Stanforfl CIW dams Hustonvlllo at 50o and Money back if It fallsf Do you say your prayers in the morning or at night 7 asked Ted At night of course answered slob Anybody can take care of themselves In the daytime Lippincotta Maga zinc Deaths from Appendicitis ecreaso In tho same ratio that the lIse- of Dr Kings Nov Lifo P11U Increases hey save you from danger and bring nick und painless release from const atlon and the Ills growing out of It ittength and vigor always follow hula use Guaranteed by Pennys rugStoro Stanford and Lyno Uros grab Orchard 20c Try them The schooner Algeria sank about wo miles off the harbor of Cleveland and the captain and two members of tho crow were drowned Musical Merchandise r Violins Mandolins Guitars BanjosyClarionets Flutes Picalos Fifes Ac cordeons Concerlinas Harps Harrmonophones Music Boxes Talking Machines Edison Victor Columbia UptoDate Records A full line of all above carried also and supplies for all Instruments stringsIviolin strings a specialty Mr J B Finley Formerly of Rudolph Wurlitzer Co nowwith HUGH MURRAY The Jeweler Danville Kentucky Attention Farmers I rr Examine your Champion and McCormick Binders and Mowrera and if theyneed any repairs and work let us attend to them now ns the companies have withdrawn gratuitous expert labor Soallwork on machines sold heretofore will be charged for Very respectfully WujIIIGGUNS y Special Prices on Buggies and Buggy Harness 1 CASH HOUSE II STANFORD KENTUCKY THERES A REASON FOR THEIR HAPPINESS They arc regular wearers of ALL AMERICA SHOESthey have just bought another pairthey are thinking of the good shoe trade that they made ALL AMERICA SHOES are always lead ers in style nothlngmew but what appears in these shoes made from Patent Colt Russia and Velour Calf with hard wear soles which Insure durability They are known the country overthey are leaders and selling at 350 and 400 are the shoe buy for smart dressers Come In and look them over SAl ROBINSONDry Goode Clothing Show Huts and Cnps Ladies and Gents Furnishings I Etc tho store that saves yoti money Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank x STANFORD KY N1VKN1M1 1 1ti N a unJ1Craigs Heroin Compound Craigs Heroin Com WHEN BABY FIRST BEGINS TO SNEEZE GIVE Craigs Heroin Compound IT CURES TILVT HOARSE AND CROUPY WHEEZE AND STOPS THAT RATTLING SOUND L 5c 5Oc1 AND JC100 SI ES AT CRAIGS DRUG STORE The Place lo BUY 1 t Garden and Field Seeds Garden Tools Plow Gear Poultry Netting Screen Wire Cloth Screen Doors Hardware Cuttlery Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits csatbottom pricesaGeorge D Hopper Stanford Kyi J y lt The Interior Journal E C WALTON JUDGE JOHN W HUGHES of Mercer county Is a candidate to reps tent the Eighth Concresslannl dlitrlct or Kentucky In Congress to succeed lion G subject to the action of the Len orate party TilE selection of Richmond and Bowl ing Green as the sites for the Noal Schools provided for by the late sessio of the Legislature is unquestionabl the best that could have been made Both cities were generous in their of fers and the buildings and ground available for the schools will from the outset place thia phase of Kentucky educational system on a par with that of any Southern State A peculiarly admirable feature of Richmonds offe is that that city is equipped with an in firmary the gift of Brutus Junius Clay now minister to Switzerland For 14 years this institution has been maintained largely through the unselfish energy of certain of Richmond and Madi son countys citizens With the open ing of the Normal School the infirmary will an important adjunct of thp institutionand it goes without sayinj that such a liberal and progressIve coun ty will see that Its supplied with every requisite necessary for the success ful conduct In addition the commission divided the State into the Firs and Second districts as had been proved red This district is composed of the following counties Oldham Shelby Anderson Mercer Boyle Lincoln Pu laski Wayne and Clinton All countie west of these are in the Western district MINNESOTA sentimentalists are skip 1ping over because it has been shown t confession of other crim- inaltthat the four men convicted of train f robbery in 1898 and given 20 years each were not the guilty parties The con victs proved an alibi by questionable parties and the fact that they were caught with burglars tools in their possessio made the jury disregard this proof The pardon board has liberated the prisoners but some people are grieving because there is no way for them to get redress Perhaps that is true but t when one man is wrongfully convicted a dozen go unwhipped of justice and the State could afford to each man so wronged double as mucjk as he could have earned during the time he was wrongfully imprisoned Besides in the case in question if the men were innocent of that particular crime they were p not innocently In possession of burg Tars tools and no tears need be shed over their loss of eight years liberty It doubtless kept them out of greate r crimeTIIEgood news comes from Califor Ini that fruits of all kinds promise finely and that fully 7000 cars of them will be sent east this season This volume of business will mean t between 10000000 and 12000000 to the California orchard ts The cher ry crop throughout the StatS is splendid and shipments are now going forward rapidly The peach pear and apple crops promise large yields particularly of apples and pears It wont take a country with such resources long to re recover from the great disaster tKENTUCKY ELOQUENCE will be the title of a book soon to appear A Lou isville firm is the publisher and it will contain some of the brightest gems of heard in this grand old State Itoratory its speakers Col T P Hill and Judge M C Saufley of this place have agreed to contribute and the public J may expect something good from 1 them Only men of the highest orator kIcal ability will bo accorded space in publication which promises to be a J most interesting one FRED JOHNSON was arrested in Lafay 4ette Ind on a charge of bigamy as a of a dream which was had by Ihisfirst wife In the dream her dead sister appeared and told her Johnson was married the second time Johnson I confessed If Mr Johnson could have only died before the dream proved to be true it would have been all right because first marriage is bad enough and second is certain death a certain Stanford gentleman remarked once up 1on a time Gov HOCH and Richmond Hobson I are living examples of the old adage that kissing goes by favor remarks Editoa Jonas of the Henderson Jour- nalJ Say rather that favors go by kissing The man who can weed a wide lOW with women is regarded somewhat of a hero and can usually get all the favors he asks b TilE colored congregation of the Bap tist church at Danville raised 57362 toward liquidating its debt last Sunday Danville News Pretty good days work for the Lord but how many yel low leg chickens that were raised the night before wasnt mentioned TUG per of money in circula tion in the United States is stated at 232 How many who read this have r their share 1 The Columbia Savings and Trust Company of closed Its doors by order of the Commissioner of Banking t POLITICAL Arthur Pue Gorman isvery sick manWith the Bradley gubernatorial boom in the wind the Yerkes snickersco is in the sleeve Louisville Times Virgil McKnight Mason countys rep resentative in the General Assembly has announced for Congress before the democratic convention to be held soon William M Ross recently ousted from office by the Kansas Suprcm Court wasae elected Mayor of Kan sas City Kan by a plurality of 160 votesMr Roosevelt says he is for the All son amendment The railroads are not saying it but its even money that they feel the same way about It When it comes to riding a fence Allison is the best horseman in the country Times A Washington dispatch to the Cin cinnati CommercialTribune says that Senator McCreary expects to make the fight of his life for reelection ant the Bcckham following potent though it be should not flatter itself that the contest is going to be a pudding for Its side of the political household The Senator is a good campaigner and has made some fine races Gentlemen contemplating running for office will kindly file application for permission at Frankfort If they dont they will incur the serious dis pleasure of the close corporation ol office holders Owcnsboro Messenger All right old rooster what do you want to sun for State Scavenger The special Senate Commission to report to the next Legislature suitable laws for utilizing convict labor organ ized at Louisville by electing Senator M G Watson chairman and Senator W W Tabb secretary Other mem bers present were Senators McNutt Nell and Rives The commission will visit various penitentiaries before mak ing its report The Louisville Herald which is al ways digging up doubtful tales on Democrats says that Thomas Drewry will be a candidate against C C Mc Chord for Railroad Commissioner If he gets all the support that the Herald claims he will make the in cumbent hustle It says he will get the support of Gov Beckham and the State administration and that he will also have the support of Judge Frank Bullock of Lexington who is regarded as one of the best political managers in Central Kentucky It is also known that he will be supported by W B Haldeman and Mayor Paul C Barth and this assures him the support of Louisville Here and There ALouisville Negro who expressed a desire to work was declared Insane Henry Kelley stabed to death James Porter in the County Superintendents office at Sandy Hook They hail a disagreement over a school It was announced by the insurance companies that in the immediate future they would pay the losses of the San Francisco fire sufferers Former President Grover Cleveland presided and deliveredan address at the opening of the National Conference of Charities and Correction in Philadel phiaThe Postoffice Department announces hat May 1 there were 631 rural routes in full operation In the State of Kentucky and 181 petitions for additional routes were pending The brokerage firm of Harrison Snyder Co of Philadelphia announced hat a defalcation amounting to at east 100000 had been committed by Edwin S Greenfield a confidential clerk In the United States Court in China go the jurisdiction of the Fayette County Court over the assets of the Amer can Reserve Bond Company was doled by Judge Bethea and the appointment of the Federal receiver confirmed Great Activity- Is shown without any disagreeable aftereffects by Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin in going to the seat of your trouble when you are a victim of Constipation Biliousness Headache Indigestion Dizziness etc It gently but firmly drives out the poisons thataro causing your illness and braces up all your internal or gans todo their proper work Try it Sold by Pennys Drug Store Stanford C W Adams Hustonville at f0o and 81 Money back if it fails lit is rather remarkable that the two men whom Judge Ca trill defeated for the appellate jndgeship should now be filling the office Judge Carroll is com missioner of the court an office created by the last General Assembly to help keep up the business of the court while Judge Cantrill is incapacitated and Judge M C Saufley is a special judge to take the place of a judge who is in terested in a case before the tribunal Frankfort Journal A Mountain of Gold could not bring as much happiness to Mrs Lucia Wilke 9f Caroline WIs as did one 25c box of Bucklens Arnica Salve when it completely cured a running sore onlher leg which hud tortured her 23 long years Greatest anUs p tic healer of Plies Wounds and Sores 25o at Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyne liros Crab Orchard LANCASTER Leon Austin of Lancaster was run over by a traction engine a few miles from Mt Sterling and seriously if not fatally injured Through the efforts of the Graded School Dr Hinitf president of Central University will deliver a lecture at the Presbyterian church Friday evening Eld F M Tinder is conducting a suc cessful meeting at the Christian church at Ghent There will be no services at tho church here orat Ahtioch Sunday Rev A C Baird bought a young mare of a Berea party for 125 W II Furr sold EL Woods five hogs at Sac Capt T A Elkin bought some good horses from Mercer county pat tics ranging in price from 175 to 200 Mr Stephen A Walker has bought the grocery stock of D D Geiger and will continue the business at Geiger GarIrardmen and being possessed of good business qualities there is no doubt of his success Mr Geigera many friends regret his intention of leaving Lancas terThe Majestic Mfg Co at St Louis have a man at Mount S Elkins this week showing their range in operation and baking and serving biscuits and hot coffee In connection with this Da vidsons grocery is serving nil tho cakes and biscuits made by the Uneeda His cult Co and Heintz 57 varieties of pickle and preserves lie also furnish es the coffee used R IL Pettus has returned to Somer set after a short business trip here Mrs 0 P Huffman of Stanford has been the guest of her brother T S Elkin Capt William Herndon left Wednesday for Lexington to be with his daughter Miss Annie who recently underwent an operation for throat trou ble Miss Herndons friends are glad to know that she is improving Mrs Vesta Jordan and children of Hamilton 0M are with Mr und Mrs Pumphrey Mrs II M Ballou has as her guest Miss Weekly of Shelbyville Mr T B Walker is home from a weeks visit toFrench Lick Mrs J II Baughman and son have returned to Danville after a few days visit to relatives here Mrs Elbert Gates has returned to her home in Denver Col after a weeks visit to friends here Mrs Jefferson Davis is Critically ill of the grip in New York City The Southern Baptist convention is being held at Chattanooga ASHLAND BROOK- No I IM Vol 17 A T II H bred by KUKOIIO Muck er leorgelown Ky Anlilnnd Brook was fouled lull solid bay with left hind tout white ntnniliiyi Lund high nloHKGslnd by Hllcnt rook No 1WW record 316S tlio Hire of Marcnret I417ihrlloltBreak broo- kIntl1nrknlghtNo5tvlthelnfofHarch light ZrtOi Nrlghtllglit24i nnl VII 200 reconl217 AIluudtirooklitdnnt tuna Wren by nliland Wilkes rvcord Sll7i thu lIre or John It Gentry 2fZ4 Huily To Ashland Vllkv sired by Hcd SVllke1719 bu by George Wllkes second l35erd dnm by otarook II s handtome trI low with lots of HUlMtanco bus it hold way tdtyluunducllonThicolthorw Alblanll 1Irook will enl II fow out shin mares this wqwn at IIS to Insure u living colt JennetJl1ckhillyKeanethu a Palermo Sd dam by Iroyl liubhles- trlucetheslnofJoeHlnckbuntnn Urlg nolla Hilly Keeno stands full bund black with white points and as breeder Is unsurpassed as mule or Jonnct Jack his colts always bringing the highest prices Mares traded parted with or bail elsewhere for felt tho Insurance and money liecomcs due at tlro tine or sucb transaction KING EAGLEN- o G- Vol 0 A II It King Kagle U M bands high dark bay with flowing liiano unit tall gore nil the gaits with plenty of speed style and action IKnifiiiKK Hired by lloynl King ho by On Time 713 ho by Htonowall Jackson 72 Itoyiil Kings lit dam Molllo Mounts tl was hy the noted sire UahlRUV Ixixltm tonKH nil KiiKlBH lit dnm she hy Kaglu lilrd loll lIu by Old King Kn byHarris4S4tndambyJlm llell tboroiiKlibred IItnlllon1Icolts all having plenty of size and action KlnlflIgleat our stable two and oncbnlf miles Went of Stanford on the Hhvlby City pike nt the low price of J15 to Insure u living colt stand thu great inulo Jack Jim Keone Hired by thegrcat Hilly Keene First iliiin liy the Imp JohnVellsacCond dRill hy Ilglrblackthe sire of the colt that J K Ilruco wild last Fall for I1S5 Jim Keene will servo maresat tin to Insure n living colt For further particulars call on or address HT HAHIUHA IIOHT WOOD- HIhonoKf HlngU Htanford Ky Splits Splits SPLITS What Is Splits Find Out Get n bottle o- fINhitesDiamond Brand Splits Mado frorii Epsom Water Carbonated Stops tbe Dope Hnbit It is easy Try our Diamond Brand Splits For solo nt Drug Stores Soda Fountains Cafes and Saloons Price IOc Per Bottle Whites C C Water COIIJ1any Inc Crab Orobnrd Ky NOTICEII will until Miry IIWW noil family prlvll gee to use Olympian water ml irtng flvo mouth for K and to Mina ditto deliver MIUIU water to ixilnts where I do not hnvo to Ilu Nrt Jsr MOr KIIII- OIIITrIIIIolhln toIHIIHIlloxitt A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Offsloy Building Notice to Creditors I Lincoln Circuit Court N Admr IMnlntllTs v IIUllfI lirackclt yl IMoiMlatUs unlcr TInticrlltnrofthrlwlnloofJohtl Brick ettdoceiiMdaro ordered to npixiir Iwfor tin undorxluned mutter coiiimUMnncr on Isdnrutheathdnyof1u11rtut Iron- tllllr claims lilt thocMatoiif Mild llrack ttt Claims not prcipnleU within the tilt mentioned will not bo allowed OEO D SAUFlEY 31 01 C C LWaynesburg Marble and Grin Itt Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor IXnhrln and Manufacturer Granite Monuments Marble llalned lttrri n Oltlio and work WaynesbiirB Ky it Ilndgrlttgt lyiorrisi Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Grab Orchard Ky Wean prtpurrtl to write lntilrnnce Life Accident Fire ok Tornado And ftollclttho u4ness oC the cltliens of tho last Knd Noun lint too bust comjmn has represented OHico with Crab Orchard linking Co llavo n talk with us tichir plnclng your ln sunincv of renewing old pollclvt List sonrproperty with us nmt we sell II for you charging you only n mull percent Commissioners SaleS Lincoln Circuit Court Carter t rv floods Ooaip inVl nl IlMn ImvJ K Carton ct ill efciinants No tice of Ha- lIhususunntlunJuligtnenluf th iilncotn circuit court mxlrml In tho nlslyn ntylitl netlontle ll11dculglll1 iniut r coinmlnlon cr of wild court will on- MUNIIAY MAY 1111108 IletwotH and 3 IC In front of the court hnuwiIiMirliiHtautord Ky sell nt puhllc outcry ti lh flKiic t nnd Iwst lilddrr the real rtnlu IIcnlurlfOr drscrltsrl or sa much thereof an may tw nccvumiry to witUfy the tumitiircoMtrytolM rvnllicil hutch Tilt HUIIU nccitmuv to 1st mil ml froth this silt lire tho nuiiu or JHH76 niul Intcnit tluntm lit six Irctatt fiiom June In Inn and th r casts of tbli notion and the furthvr um ol iTho real Mtnte mciitlotml U In Lincoln Kv and Is UiundtMl on the North CnrsoniiIIiCarMalJnutesCarwaloq J14 Murphy on t ho Went by tlit jiniU r Mrs Mlldnil on tbo nonth by the Htnnford unit lluitonvlllu Tho ruilo will Isoilncnrlltof sax inonthf IIH tho purchawr will ho to giw npprovnl slctrllyplqablrinContrisnring lntrrrl it thr raloof of percent unnum Unto cCsnlu IInUlllllld- GEO B SAUFLEY II C1 Co C Commissioners Sale 1 Lincoln Circuit Court K huntlInlntlttvsNntulelthllerJdlrI- hfrtxnuts Litre Pursuant to n Judgment of the Lincoln Irciilt court rendered In till nliovu Myleil ictlon ut tbi term nsi ail tmdrr ilgned Master Commissioner of wild court will on MONDAY MAYjUuini- lNiut the hour of w In front of the ourtlinitM dIr III manfonl KyMII nt lubllc outcry hothrllghrstanilt t bidder tllo real estate hereinafter ilescrHwl or as IMMdcismiry to satis f thlorlo11totlu rule ofSwIieIitPsrnmtmn remUTifla until co ts of thlclln Tits wild rwiliMal N situated III Lincoln county Ky tui waters of IMx Over and Is lKiiiulil follows Iteglnnlng lit a stake Corner to Illanll Ilourne ifill ilamllton tlirncn N M W crosiilng tho rivet on Make II Wi tnileM thenco down the nink of till river N hiii iJ INICH X 73 I- VdaolrsHtiw W IWi i le ton stake III tbe milk of the new SIS i6l IcelNI1ItIItHiofUCnNs tbe Ivor In an outside lino Fifd ni Ieito n stake In tin rfwid tlivnco t U sill sIrso the beginning contalnliiK aUUt 11 cr Tbecalo will made oil a credit of six IIllllltt lid till purcbaoer will bo roiiulrcd tu give Ixind for the purchn price with up iroved personal Kccurlty payable to tbo ommlloner at iHarliig Interest at the rlllu niiercent HT nnnum from lulu of nlo until paid tRestwill Ito retaliKtl on be land to further ne urtl tho payment of tlllI purcliiioo price lead the lumd will have lhu force effect JUIIIUIltIIIIHIII hlcb execution may IIlu lllIlllrll GEO B SAUFLEY M C L C 0 Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Murphy Dlnwbldlowt al rinlnlHTn Vi ola Morton ot al IKfiiidantK Notice of HidulursunnttoaJndgruunt of the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered nlxivo ntyleil action at till February term Iliv Under kluned MiiHterComr will on MONDAY MAY 1411111 Utwecn lord in IVM In front nffhecourt bouAtloor In Htnnford Ky sell at to outcry to thn bluheiit and belt bidder ili hereinafter Uc crlb d for thu purponoofdlvUlonamoiiKtbodwiiMrHtlieru of The id Lincoln OUlllIJK near Turiioi vllUj and U IkKlnnlliK lit VL Uholl In tho center uftlltlllkl iitone iHilnter nodnllningwlht wild OlVemt Hno N lIjW it ixilcHM links to n stout tljcnci H z ton Mono Oilmen K cii 12poius911tktoasbha In tlm centiir of tbo plko pole 2 link to the IKIIIIIIIIII conlnbling onefoiirtli Iji of an acre moro or hiss The pnrtlex hiiruto derived tltlo to tho alHivoilescrllHd rural es tiito from John C Dlnwlddle who ncuillred 111IKIIr1 county Tbo wills required to give IMIIII for lilt purchnso prier with approval having force and effect of n iudumcnt Tho Lends will miido piivalilu to tho part hs hereto Dlnwlddb 11111 Jllllwllldll llnstlo JllllwlIdlellllll Vlo la Morton and tile nurcluiBur will lie per milled till said iHHidtia thin myee thereat sbnllarrive nt tho of SI years this gun- rilliutufpiultttlrrsesecutrthanquIrdgunr dlanH bond tllfn herein may pull to hint nix month niter the datu of tho Jitul should John Morton uxecuto the reoulred nuiiriiriins IxlndtiiCn tilt dGa Viola Morton iiiay lie paid to him six iiiontlm utter the ditto of lIulu GEO D SAUFLEV MC L c c I 1 r IoJ t fiRTSEI 1Ir + There is nothing more necessary to a well I dressed man than his HEADGEAR Quality counts for Nothing unless you also have the L STYLE We think we can please almost ev t ery class of dressers from our present well selected stock A beautiful PANAMA as white as snow for 500 one not so white nor so fine for 350 A genuine PORTO RICAN as white as white can be in several styles for 250 A handsome SPLIT YACHT for150 and 2 and all the cheep fellows from 5c to STETSONS you all j know we carry them in three grades 350 450 and 5 The new darbies and soft telescopes in various shades and dimen sions 1Ir J H J MoROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 p I f t PENNYS DRUG STORE New Stock i PARtS GREEN Let us Supply You sN1N7 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Call and get ono of these If not satisfactory return jit nud get your nitm ey back Good for roast turkey ham etc Works on top of stove ns well in ovenIf j GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford Kentucky 5 t i JBe kind enough to remit us the f amount of your dues at this office li I I r 0If = Jyt 1 = J 2 SUITSInninUh MixturcH Panama and ScrgCHin Alice blue Reseda Blank lirutefavy nt 812l 8 1 5 and 8 1 8 t Silk andjlvtTho Wash Waists wnisU tins PCIUOII arc prettier than ever Plain colors in Talleta- Waisli nt 85 and WM Whitn and Black Ilnbutai Silk Waists 83 to iiJjiO 1Vnsh waists in Batiste and Lingerie Cloth with loco nod embroid at 50c to 8050 150this seasons newest skirts in Black Grey and TJr at 80 to 810a I 1I100IDrug Store PERSONALS t Mil W P TATE Is improving Miss LUCY HAIL continues very ill Mi J D EAns is suffering with lumbago jMife RIIODA LuvBKono continue ijultejitck Mlfs FLOIUWCE BHCK is ill with np pehdfclfls r Mn Eo P WOOS made a buslnesi trip to Uurnsldo- MHS U H HATBON of Uncastor wad isle yesterday tits A C Auronn Is dangerously illqf spinal meningitis 111ns JoiiNLUTBS has returned fron n nt visit In Paris ATTOIINBY B1 BETUUBUM of Som erect was hero yesterday MK JOHN CAimm Is III at his home In tho Turnenville section Miss KATIIKRINB WAIKEII of Perry I vllle Is with Miss Adele Poland MAMIB RICHARDSON of Nlcho Is with Mrs V It Beck ILlaavilleD II DOYEN Is pending a fov gays his family at Lexington a Miss WOODS and Miss Sallie Tayloi Woods entertain at euchre tonight MRS JAMBS GOOCII of McKinney was the guest of her daughters hero MRS HKNRY K BRIGHT of Lcxing ton Is hero with relatives and friends Miss SUSAN FISHER WOODS of Stan I t f rdWI1l in town today Danville News MR GEORGE HUMPHREY and wife or f Tyrone 0 T have located in the Mc Kinney section MRS E D KENNEDY and daughter left yesterday for Knoxville to remain s several months Miss LIZZIE BAUGIIMAN who ha f been the guest of tho Misses Pence hai returned to Danville DR CICERO EUIIANKS wife and son of Paducah art up to visit his aged parents in this county MRS S M IXOAN and children or t arc with her parents Judgo If IllllUtVf I 1 and Mrs M C Sauflcy- MK J W ROUT and family have t moved into the house on Main Street vacated by Peter Straub Milts J H COLLIER and daughter Miss Pearl of Crab Orchard paid this office a substantial call yesterday Mid K L TANNER of McKinney took Tuesdays train hero for Brodhcad to visit her daughter Mrs W K Sh- uT gore MRS R C WAUUEN returned Wed r noulay from a five weeks staywitti l her son Mr Ashby M Warren at Mobile I MIt Ala AND Milts x J N UENBFEK left this morning for a visit to Alton Joplin Mo and to Texas They will spend a month Mn H S PATTEnSoN representing s H R Hurley Ixmisvlllo manufactur ing chemists was here Wednesday to consult our doctors Junco M C SAUFLKY is in Frankfort this week as one of tho judges of the appellate court Several important cases arc before him for decision Miss SUSIE SAUNDEIUS writes from Boulder Montana to a friend here that snow is five feet deep there and that it is almost as cold as Christmas Pnop J V1nEt AND will go to Har rodsburg this afternoon to sing at tho opening of the new Odd Fellows Tem ple Mrs Ireland will accompany him DAVID C WILSON of Cincinnati was the guest or Mr and Mrs A C AlfortL S Ho is a light weight boxer of considerable local reputation and Is known as Kid Wilson MR GEO C KELLER of Louisville 1wns here Wednesday to see his old friends Mr Keller is doing well in the Falls City and we are glad of it Herbert Price of Danville came up with him t GAIT R M JACKSON has been ap by Governor Beckham n Commissioner to Laurel county In Louisville during homecoming week We do not know of another In tho county who could so acceptably fill the position of receiving old Laurel county London Local LOCALS i lop dusters at J C Me fSumtER sahE L Reinhart Stanford NofCrab Orch J Rv EDMts iMhas been i made a notary public NICK cleaned German millet seed fa sale E T Ponce Fort SALB Clean stock of dry goods and groceries This olucoeALL kinds of plants lettuce rad dishes etc for sale Ed Hubbard WANTED a gOOd blacksmith Good location B W Leigh Kidds Store KySA Goon secondhand 35horso power engine for sale John S Murphy McKinney Fun RBNT Tho storeroom onLan caster street Just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office r SlnllIeedsFoil screen doors window screens wire cloth water coolers Ico crcar freezers lawn mowers go to George II Harris LOST between Foloya shop on Hus tonvlllo pike and town lap robe black and red Return to this office and gel reward Toe restaurant of Mrs WS Jonea Is being beautified with paper and point Considerable carpenters work is alsi being done A SON of Jell Steenbergen of Crab Orchard cut and severely wounded an East End Negro named George Mul tins The trouble occurred in a cornfield AN examination for white teacher will be held there May 18 and 19 and ror colored teachers May 25 and 2G G Sin gleton superintendent of schools in forms us IK you have property Improved or unimproved you wish to sell let the Central Kentucky Real Estate Ex chango know It They have a numbc of buyers Bio BARGAIN 350 pieces of granite ware to close out at lOc each Sole will begin tomorrow morning andon tinue as ling as the ware lasts P G Warner Son TIIKUE will be an oldtime fish fry at Olympian Springs on May 25 Music furnished by McKInney band A tee of 35c will bo charged for tho meal F M Sims Huatonvillc COLD HERE JPChandler tells us that ho saw James Livingston plowing corn in an overcoat Ho never saw a similar sight and thinks this is tho coldest spring in his recollection WE have several hundred bushels of millet seedgrown from Tennessee seed last year This seed has been over our cleaners the second time Extra good seed price in lino J H Baughman CoSTim work of grading for tho tripple tracking of Paxtons grade has begun It will take about three months to com pleto the entire job which is a most costly one Railroad men say it will be a great convenience when operated MR JOHN S MURPHY proprietor of the McKInney Roller Mills writes that he has contracted for new machinery for his mill to cost about 5000 and that When he gets it in place his flour will be even better than now The women thinkit is good enough at present CASE AFFIRMED Dan Miller who gojt a life sentence at London for killing a man named Ward and who has boen hero for safekeeping pending an ap peal to tho court of appeals had his case affirmed and ho was taken to Frankfort Tuesday by Sheriff Scoville Ho was Nitro nearly a year DONT say this is tho coldest snap you ever saw in the month of May It is cold enoughbut if you were liv ing in 1895 and can remember that long you will recall that on the 20th day of May in that year snow fell to the depth of six inches and for a while it was as cold as Christmas Tim Graded School herb will take quite a number of pupils to tho Blue Grass Tournament which meets in liar rodaburg May 24 25 2C Prof Ireland thinks ho has some winners and we verily hope he has This will bo tho first time this school has ever been represented at tho tournament and the best wishes of all friends of education will attend them In this onward step A Relief to the tired house wife or those who dislike to sew is the opportunity to buy ReadyMade Clothes This department of our store is growing nil the time and wo now have a good line of this seasons newest styles in Suits Skirts Waints Wash Suits Wash Waista Ac The variety of our showing nod the beauty of design antI reasonableness of cost has been favorably com mented bn by those who have seen them GERMAN millet cane seed and cow peas All new crop T D Newland Trw our Peerless Iceland Freezer Nothing like it Ceo D Hopper JUST received a lot of the genuine Virginia saddles J C McClary WE are headquarters for plants of best quality Bishop Lipps Huston yuleeBRING your orders forkinds of plants to J W Brackctt Lower Main Street StanfordSMns W S JONES Is ngcnt now tor Olympian Springs Waters F M Sims Hustonville It TIn commencement exercises of Dr Wi D Tardifs school will occur at tho opera house tonight MONDAY is court day please call at this once and pay your subscription or any other bill that we have again you This means you if youowo us J H BAUGHMAN Co are contemplating the erection of a largo warehouse on tho lot opposite their mill It will be a capital location and it is hoped they will dccldelo build TilE besot of trustees of tho Crab Orchard Graded School was organize a few days since by the election of Col J B Willis president and W Mason Morris secretary They are in position to communicate with a principal tor that institution BROKE His LEG While returning from Stanford to his home at Need more the horse driven by Mr G W Goodrich became frightened at a soda pop wagon and threw Mr Goodrich from the vehicle breaking his leg in two places below the knee THE Centre College Glee Club wil give an entertainment at the Graded School Auditorium next Tuesday nigh under thb directorship of Mr Freder ick C Mayer of Danville Go and en joy this rare musical treat Reserve scats at Pennys Drug Store 35c IF you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Concentrated Crab Orchard Water It will do tho work For sale by W B McRob crta G L Penny W N Craig Stan ford and C W Adams J G Weather ford d Co Hustonvjllc J W Thomp son Kingsville WORK has begun the Christian church at Crab Orchard destroyed sev eral years ago by a cyclone It will beI a brick building find a handsome ones Over 1000 has already been collected and a good deal more promised By the way the government owes this church a considerable sum which would come In well just now r LUTES Mis Lucinda Lutes mother of Mr John Lutes of this place died in Lee county Monday after a short illness She was 70 years of ago podr most excellent woman Mrs Lutes was tho mother of 12 children sixof whom are left tp mourn the joss of a devoted parent Mr John Lutes and sons Messrs Charley Greely and Granville Lugs went up to the burying Wednes JayIN writing from Vienna Austria Dr E J Brown of this place who is tour- Ing the world in search of more medical knowledge says I have had a trip of unbroken pleasure and profit Vienna is tho medical center of the world Germany and Austria are ex amplea for other nations to pattern af ter in agricultural and commercial af fairs Big wrangle today in House of Parliament Regret conditions in San rancisco The emperor sends greet ing to Kentucky The three noted products of Kentucky are thoroughly known in Vienna to Two sensational uitshuvo been filed here says a Harrodsburg dispatch by lIf William J Poteet who belongs to a prominent family against W A Bottom of Lawrenceburg a wealthy man who owns a circuit of saloons in this section Don Carlos Moberly aged 19 years son of Mrs Potcof became intoxicated and entering the store of a clothier created such a dis turbance aa to necessitate his being forced out and arrested Mrs Poteet immediately iled suit against Mr Dot tom for 10000 damages on the charge of selling liquor to her son after being notified not to do so and 10000 for selling liquor to a minor and making an inebriate of him qt h dL Tim weather though some warmer is far too chilly to be seasonable and vegetation continues to suffer A bben reached among tho claimants of the estate of Thomas F Lane a soninlaw of Senator J CS Blackburn whereby two thirds of the estate which is valued at 30000 goes to Thercso Blackburn Lane tho tenyearold daughter of Mr Lane and the remainder to Mr Lanes mother sister and two brothers Stomach Troubles Mrs Sue Martin an old and highly respected resident of FaUonia Miss was sick with stomach trouble for more than six months Chamberlains Stom nch and Liver Tablets cured her She says I can now eat anything I want and am the proudest woman In tho world to find such a good medicine For sale by Dr W X Craig the popular druggist at Stanford Ky IHAIRInurt and tnatinct the bait otnoUf JvturUnt Fu- Nair Falls to rleatorb eriHair to Iti Yonltipjl Color cute train r tailing OeantUnet f PUBLIC SALE IIIi I will Kll nt pnhllc nuction nt my homo nil onhard on I WKUNKHPA YMAY ttirt My Ixil rooiivdlnlnic room unit kitchen fur niture Term ciinh Male will lv lln at X WALTKUCiOVKH Im b Orchard Ky GEORGE HUR A very not limIt ttnllloii weight lojn pound stnnd full in blind liluh Ho was duel by Hiii IIur3lnlnrY3alas IrnmlHIrv Kkiitt m urn Jcnnltt llciitrlrt Clyde Unit iiorii1 lour U Imlr Kngllsli eau and half OlyilfMliilo lssl drnfl horses In the Hlati1 Will polka tilt Mnsoii nt my plant at IU4o IliMirvn llvlnc roll M H HAUOHMAX Htanfonl Ky INSURANCEPlace est lad strongest company in the world See ami talkwith R SI Ncwlaml who will show you the policy best adapted to your age nod circumstances Claims paid promptly Dividends paid annually or defer red It M NKWLAXD Agent Mutual Life Insurance Co of N Y Organized t3 PUBLIC SALE Having olIIII farm I will nl my plaroi inlliH North of OlttnlUlm and its iiilltH 11etuf CriilJrihiinloi MONDAY 3fAYI lint MII tlic following il Irllr proixrty One iiiiiwliijr iniiclilix nikc i Oliver Chilled oneimrecoraturn Imolier Dlc harrow urn mill Hxe litMii khoveli Jercey cow 2yearolil hfller hoveral liiiul hoes uUiut i l irreln of earl a stocks of Silly hiiuwluilil and kltcluii tiirnlturv and other thlni tooiuim roll to mentliiiiMUHtllllIHTIXAillAYHON It K D No Htanfonl Ky Sam Hfynolds Awt Notice I OKKICKOK COUNTT JI INIK HTANJOIIII KT MAT Siww Tin hhcrllT will lnRlii collectlni tuxes nU nt June let and ns a IIIl1lh mulls Intornin tlutlforthutrrlttrrof1111 I make thlsntateinentonh rojid law which hiii IKVII lit tome ulnce March bill ijnoto section inw the tulijectt The rtJlltillftotIhl xeinpt from ervke on JllrhlI n nil from 1511 tux for road ii lid Irorlllfor such offense I5 limed Irom O to IIS The coniH n atloti nod the only cotniHiiMttlan to ndlrt road overseer U hlHiioll tux which he does nut iiay In nlmr on tIn rood or In mon ey nnd when till MierllT makes n Mttleinent with the Rican uvtirt he will U credited by thew exemptlon it111AltltbNJu- dgeNOTICE 11ewillonTWKI NKHI AY JtNK trrll Hurt offer for sate our Mill at HiiniHlde K This Is a Holler KlourlHitMlllciipmltxIU ItarrelN on the Nonlyke Hystcin marhln ery nearly new This Mill ulno conslstfi of n Roller Corn Mill and Feed Cnmher eaiaelty lUilii Mcnl per tiny nod will crush am Itunhel Itllltr 1111111 In Bret class con dition and Kltuatetl on nillnuid trhtk Hum Hide bus tllIn Is tintinnnlllwIthhllondlesourren- on for lllniKlil pro crty Uowlnp to our health falllnu Anyone detdrpns 011 his klllli nr proMrty uo to InvektlKntu It aslt U Kolnx to sell His In oHratlon nod Mr McKechnle will take pleiuure In how unU who ntereHte l nn will rullntthtllll by mull will ln nn vieil ftUII4IIYMcKKHIINK 1IIIOS liurmdde ICy Auction Sale of Horses Loin lit the iiapy hoiKNof tills stock It KlHyiks plainly nod emphatically for their mrdln1 their Hires mm Tres IHIIIR Kentucky utalllonn ThiN gluts them their Intelligent expression Terms cash IlrliiK your money with you Wo sell at auction Iud lit auction only Ho tin not snide to buy nt private Mlle 11o will sell IIIIH car loud of rou11g Western horse nnd inares one lit n time In highest bidder lit Htunford Ky on VK1INKHDAYMAY 23 ItlM Main will lit Hallroad Htock Yanlx This KtiKkU saddle and driving burl ore tight ioiiol young and ihapy ages trait i to years Hale will commcnco oniplv lit A rgnntlrufwenther All dealermuul yHcul ttorx should attend as wo will sell without lost or reserve Horses win Ixi een at Kallroad Mock YnnU two till s Ixfore vale KINUIIKOS J POhnndler Auct Muslin UnderwearWe areshowing the best mmlo line of Skirts Gowns Drr tvers and Corse Covers made in this country Special values in sample coi et covers o A FLYER RMO dofccn Indies long cave Vests and Lace Trimmed Pants in very emus tic ribbed lisle for early Spring wear Real value 35 our price 2oc for nil size 32 to 44 AMERICAN LADY CORSETS in the short or long shapes to suit all figures I 1y c wait they are selling fast 100 iDonthalf 5 price to clean up stock 10 1 CUMMINSMCLARY I For Your Summer- Dresses II A large selection of Lawns in all Colors and Patterns Prices from 5 Ito 50c per yard Dotted Swisses in Plain and Flow ered Patterns 15 to50c per yard Silk Tissues Organdies and Mulls in White and Colors at the right prices White goods galore from 5c to 150 per yard tl S L Ail HILT Y CQ Dry Goods Notions Shoes 5 alnd 10 Cent Ware i r Opera House Block Opposite Court House P STANFORD KENTUCKY The Interior Journal Entered in the PotlOjJice at Stanford aa tecandCla matltr- Jt1DLISURU TUESDAYS AND FHID- VYSilOO AT PER YEAR CASH When not ao paid 1200 will be cburgod Strawberry Plats For Sale I have tho following vnrletlo of wtrnw terrr rinntsforwilfi HUvorlund Ilulmck a flnmly Jessie HIII Mary llrnmlywlmi 1- 1IalohnYeloredozenplgconsthnll urn wll lichenIt U nil nro taken Klngsvllle Ky INSURANCE Fire Lightning WlndfllormlUfe and car BEKTJompolIlsltelllsentrdJIowOltIossible ord UncquaIlfd TRlk MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 8J 35 Farm Mules For Sale All broke and native bred You can sit them by calling on mt I G Fox Livery Feed I Salt Stable Danvlllt Ky BDCARTER+ Successor to Bruce dL Carter t Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men t Your is solicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pens In Connections I New Hustonville Firm d IVncock Mctjoriiinckthwo solicit a hare of the patronsgo of t Ie tnd 10 le AVo also have connection a Dally Meat Market and Lunch Counter Wo will buy good butcher stun nt hlgbott market j having n eplemlld mriit cutter we canlfurnlsb you with the lest Vfe ulso buy all kind of country produce M BISHOP d MPPh llutonvllle Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy readymade clothlne when there Is so little difference In the prlco of high grade readymade suits und n it made to your measurement taken by nit experienced tailor I haven handsome line Spring and Hummer goods I cnn make from u low price business suit to the finest dress suit Also overcoats trousers nml fancy vests The company I rllTeaent Is one of the beet- fi C RUPLEY the Tailor Da t Tralort UIALIH IK Whisk Brandy Wines Beer Gloars Etc N Oarpcntsr Close to DepotSTANFORD KY Prompt snl atttntton Nothing LIhs Its to drink Mali phony cr telegraph ordtrs reply tronptsttentlon Attention Farmers I I have just received n car loador 150 tons of 9 i The Old Homestead FerI tilizer Itba8a worldwide reputation is excelled ns n crop It sells on its merits For tho lauds fake gho it n trial E AV CUEIOHTON KingsvilleKy b e 1 C ear fUnllertaker Embalmer and r Dealer in HarnessSaddlery- Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Omce Phone 167 Home Phone 35 l t JLBeazleyCo We nuIILm Undertakers and Embalm ore Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRuga They willexclmnge Furniture for ail Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right ITANFORDa KENTUCKY t FARMERS DEPARTMENTI Henry Watte won a good race at Louisville Gentry Kenny of Danville bought six carloads of baled hay of Carter Bros McKinney at 57Jc per cwt Stigall Bros of tho West End have sold their splendid jack Surprise Hawk to Reno Morrison of Batavia Ia for 800 FOR SALE Three large smooth mules two of them mares Ages one three and two fours A 0 LewIs Somerset Ky M S Baughman bought of Wm Sprjnkles his fine draft stallion Goo Hur at a good figure Mr Baughm will make the season with him at hIs placeR H West representing Goyert Vogle at Junction City bought 19368 dozen eggs at that placo during the month of April alone IThe eggs cost the company in the neighborhood of too J M Osburn sold for S T Marl son Co the great show horses Tattersall and Eckersall to T L L Temple at Texarkana Ark Tho price was 6000 This is said to be the handsomest pair of horses that ever left Kentucky- William Miller of St Louis county Mo bought a Plymouth Rock rooSter In Hope Ind for which he paid 800 He also bought two other roosters one that took the second and ono the fourth premium at the exhibition paying 500 for them In addition he bought four white Plymouth Rock hens for 45 The total paid for tho seven fowls was 1670 Allen S Edelen sold to II D Larne of Hodgenvllle the IGhand eight yearold chestnut saddle stallion King A for 750 King A is just from Mexico Mo where he has been a most successful show horse and sire of show horses He is by Artist Montrose dam by King of Denmark Mr Edelc has just purchased the saddle bred stallion Peacock 493 from W A Terry of Barren county lie Is a son of Bide Jeans dam Le Grande Advo cate THEY ARE COMING From Floridas balmy breezy shore From Kansas sunburnt plain From California vine clad doors The wanderers are coming again From Europes grand historical scenes Natures noblest and grandest display The pressing homage of kings and queen Will not keep them away Kentuckys call to tier children that roan In search of fields that are now But all of them have a picture of home That will never fade from view A picture of woodlands mossy knoll Of silvery streams that flow Of paths they are wont to stroll Searching for wild flowers that grow But now come back and view The scenes of the lingering past The meadows grass in deepest blue And the flowers are bi full blast Froth Sarahas desert sand You pilgrims that are unlucky Come back to the promised land Come back to old Kentucky Kentucky Oh Kentucky The land of corn and wine Thank God J am so lucky To be able to call you mine Come come come For theres always plenty of rqom ome home home home During the month of June G L C clatica Cured After Twenty Years of Torture For tnpro than 20 years Mr J B lassey of 3322 Clinton St Mlnneap oils Minn was tortured by sciatica The pain and sutTerlngwhich ho Indur cd during this thud Is beyond compre ssion Nothing gave hIm any permanent relief until ho used Chamberlains Pain Balm One application of that liniment relieved the pain and made sleep and rest possible and loss mn ono bottle has effected n puma nent cure If troubled with sciatica rheumatism why not try u 25cent ottlo of Pain Balm and see for ourself how quickly It relieves tho pain For sale by Dr W N Craig the opular drurglst at Stanford LOVE Oh say Aint Cupid gay When he comes your way But shy Hq aint sogay When he goes the other way Is he say Cupid Cupid Little Mr You are either Bliss or bir The Bohemian IMis8 Alberta Frankof Stringtown tempted suicide in Denver by shooting herself An unsteady hand caused the bullet to miss her heart and pass clear of tho larger arteries She will recover D H Russell of Louisville was acted great sachem of the Improved Order of Red Men at thoannual meet held in Frankfort Lexington was Teemed as the place to hold the next annuat convention Notice I OrKICF OVCotTNTY JUliO HTASKOIIII KTlIIAtIIOI Tlit numlxni of tlin tlncal court lire tt routThurpolntnicnt will tw mmlu of tho niprtsonti court toMi rvln the of till tiirnpikvi by the eoutntetorlhndloot- lux nftir the bridge nml culvert niul duel log of tkt fur tin eiiiuilim year Tlivso I1 KliitiiniitK hint to tx urYelttfitllrsoa th vnrlmsaturnlloandnil thc iorom whu hnvengrrvttonet are ifquosit to 1IIt with tho court on loth lust It t WVIIHKN Judge HUMMER JR7 Bay italllon ISJf hands a good Indlvldu with abundant speed He Uumme 0112 tire of HoucKor StOD Stately 211- Spdpeen 2UJX Quickly 2 UK Moui talneer 21SJ Bpeedon 2110 IS in Zi3l Hummer 011Z a son of the renownc Electioneer and save one Is the only IOn of Electioneer living that Is out of a Oeorg Wilkes mare and with the exception of Arlon Is the only eon standing In Kcntack that has a S09 performer to his credit Hummer Jrdl1m Is Zulma by Ute grcn Lord Russell dam Oodlra by Auditor 013 HAPSBURG 509 Oreat coach aalllon 111 hand high by loop Glostcr and out of a mare by Wonder ful Roy Any one wishing a very high bra coach horse to breed on standard bred mare for getting style speed toad action shout lee this hor- seJESSE ALVERSON Shetland Pony Fine Individual good breeder style and action All of these horses wur stead at 110 to In lure a living colt Will also stand my two Jacks at 110 to In mre mares nnd 910 by the season true jonnetsNara month wbtcl fn all cues must be pnld before they are removed Care taken to prevent accidents jut not responsible should nor occur Mares traded or parted with makes senor noney due J K BAUOIIMAN llnstonvllle Kr GALTON 12910 Sired by OambetU Wilkes 2i95 with 101 with records from 2 05 to 2 30 claimed to be the greatest sire In the world lit dam Daisy Field graodam of 3 with record from 3 13K ts 2 17 by 320 Ire of 6 In 2 30 and dams of 60 In 3 30 or setter 2nd dam Quickstep by Kentucky Prince Jr sire of J Q SITU Lemonade 2 37K and the dams of IS tn the 2 30 Hit 8rU lam by Old Joe sire of the dam of J 211i Dalton carries the blood of tour leading amlliest Hsmblctonlao Wilkes Mambrl irlno Chief and Seeldys American Star Gallon Is a dark bay 15 3X hounds breeds arge floe style action and peed Only of bU colts have been handled for speed bort time one took a mark of 3 20 tile other live worked trials from 2 18 to 3 30 His oils have gone against sad defeated the belt In the harness cusses and roadster Ings one of his colt har leg won a ITS pro plum at tho IlustoDTllln fair over the bet Comment Is unnecessary as be Is so well flown having made nil of his seasons at my place 13 In all Gallon will stand at my stable 2 miles rest of Buuonvllle on IlfadfordsTllle pike at 810 to Insure a living colt Money due It tare Is traded after being bred Oran af- tor May lit at 13 60 per month rhone In residenceW HustODTllle Ky jOLDDUST NABOTH 1le K ldLlbru yTjnl111101 lstdnnuby J IluhIeOIIrt111eSniltlltll Ills Vermont 4th ilmft n Whlpp meo Inns n red aural tlireeyenr ol l line ntyle mien nml form will nerve n limited num erof innri lit rto Insure n roll- IIMKKYK THK rNI u Hhetlnml tnl Pnbyllundhy1BlueFyalilllllllll III size rrlllI111I1I1I nyinetry wrviTn niltetlnuiiiWrof mure nt r tu Innurn My cult line niodfl Jack KXKLHlnlC with recently iKineht fnim the tYlIllIIlIrllIlCi Hhells Tevt with R 101 tereit Htlljri will nMi errs n llmltul 1IIlIIhr of IIUlIt ito InMirv n visit Mnrtii iHiklureil at irn yrr niuntli tInIkea to patrol nceldfnt hut not nniMin Ililo hiulil nny occur Mnrm imrtcd with rtmiltxlor bred ilMwnen outfit till In muse money Ieunee due nt t lifeline 01 trust wn lIulI A Urn will ln rvtatiiMl on rile Until In Ullll My regllenxl Mhorthorn hornl hull will ntniHl nt 4st lash hi nilviinre racy ball will flnn at CUil 1nh In inee JMHS lAKlKNTKIt- P lrniliorrliunU Ky Two nml onehalf mile Mouth of Onil nr innlon the Cliapliells hip A Ittenhfllil IIike ra i An t OpportunityTo t without the expense of railroad fare from Mays 7 to 19 The Retail Merchants Association of which we are members will refund your railroad fare X We Are Prepared to I Take Care of You II Enormous assortment o Handsome Tailored Suits from 9147C to 95OOO Linen Mull and other iISkirts in IHandsome Stripes 9600 9700 f1000I S Pretty Lin glrle Waists 100 to 95000 trip to Louisville INo without a to this tore t IH J GUTMAN C- 0a 1Ft11h 4+ t For Sale Privately house acreofland situated Just outside of town limits on the Somerset pike louse has 7 rooms kitchen and ser stable and all necessst oauildinsefts Water hydrant In the yard k J P HAILEY HAVE YOUR castrated by JT P Gross Crab Orchard ICy tho welt known ens trot or of horses and hprso doctor Phone In Residence Two Farms For Sale I wish to sell privately my fiirnj of Iiticres6 miles West of on lAin Inxton pike It Is well unproved clod tin of writer and tamer fence reINlrAlso of 10 acre lying mldwny between iJincnslejr nnd 1c InitlOn Ikelt Sootl outlet way 1tei feucetl Terini reni onnlle TJHKUltlNU Mnrksbury Ky f Antecarlo 226 12 Made over Versailles track In winning race Sired by Antco at6 12 that sold tot 3ooop at public eale Tint dam Mary Ann by Hailstorm 813 son of Mambripc Patchen These two crosses produced The Abbot aoj 14 cham ion trotting gelding of the world and dam by Indo pendence son of Andrew Jackson Inde pendences dam by American Star The American Star and Andrew Jackson blood is responsible for Cresceus 204 t4 the champion trotting stallion of the world You see two top crosses are for the fastest gelding two next crossesareresponsiblefor the fastest stallion Then you see is better bred than either of them for he has the blood of both Antecarlo is a solid brown horse 15 34 bands high weighing 1170 pounds fine style and action Will stand at Ito to insure a living colt BUCK VARNON Black jack with white II 5 years old i5f hands high Fine breeder and great individual A jack of fine bone and action Wilt stand at elO to insure a living colt We will also stand the young Jack ABRAN 3rd- at IS to insure a colt He was sired by Ahran and and he by an imported jack Abran 3rds first dam by Velocipede 2nd dam by Imp Palermo 3pl dam by Morengo Mammoth Lien retained on colts for season money Mares traded or bred to other horses forfeits insurance and makes season money due Allwill stand at my farm on Somerset pike four miles from Stanford Mares grated at 12 per month Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur WILLIAM M FIELDS Stanford Ky LINCOLN SQUIRREL lied bay black point lii hands blgh heavy mane and tall back with long eraoey tapering neckwell setln headed shoulders a comblqed hone and ear on him a halter wonder rut style In harness a show horse sure he ls a saddle horse with See distinct gaits fast acting rocker good In two walks nine loper vfery posltlva In his trot under saddle and In harness great all ground action at Is requited for an upto date sire of high price sale loonies for or he Is a sure enough harness horse graceful stylish and fast Lincoln Squirrel was sired by Marion Squirrel by uM fqulr eel 1S8 ho by Illack Eagle 74 ho by King William 47 Marlon 1st dam Oren Mountain 20 dam by Hugos Edwin forrst Llncon Squirrels 1st dam Kate UcCitllster by Mvusengnr Ilrrezi a toil to Maude Messenger record 316 M dam Marlu l epoe b Stai llght a full to Lady Thorn 231 ltd dam Molllo Crow by Helms Yorkshire thoroughbred hack his fraud Ire U the drool more noted saddle hones thin any other horse In the world such ns Highland Denmark lh ster Dare and Red Squirrel Llncolo Fqulrrel will bn allowed to serve a tow good mares the season of 1008 at lieu ey flros livery barn at 912 50 to Insure a living colt tone J It ii + t 4 + otlP 4e 521 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky t cults harness brother brother 4 Tile Greatest Womens Wear Store in the South A 4 Good Clothes Dont Make a Man Hut theynre tho wedge into business and society11o CUll clothoI you to compel consideration then its tin to you to make good Look over our line before making your final decision Wo are showing nil tho pew patterns W JS Perkins tlI tAt 81260 to Insure u living colt Out of u sister to HIV Clay 230 Bay- colt Trotter Foiled 1003 Bred by LhUr Wlthcmpoon Versailles Standard Qrlon 18000 1 Record 207t sire of Nico I 2OSt Lorua 2 I4f o1IultJllu 213 San Tlmo IOI Elision 1 217 Nmltn- 21ilCl1pt1IulT others andteam of Sa dioM o32llJwinner of 1WKI HenrtcttaMaria Sister of Fire- Clay 2tO I Klwtlonccrlii Sire of Arlo- n20t Suno- l20UIPalo J Manette and dams of Alto- 2O11G7others Ill Dam of Arlon- 20il Oro 1lnol- B etc i of II and dnms of I atnndnrd performers Mercedes Dun or Fire ctta 209 Crab OrchardI ATIC Shawmut01Iteeord22lislrn JOlfranddl1m HamlltoulanJO Urcvn Mountain 1 Maid damt of In 230 Nutwood COO Record 2lS Imblem t harry Clay a5 Sword 22U I Hurolno by Ilamblclonlan 10 Cuyler 100 1 Ktmua Artclnirn by Mnmbrlno Intohcn 63 Ills dlllt Jviiiili iIIMullvHNWtOwen tthunugltbrellirrnndduotof IkllelsleYtC4L hy Nutin- ticr7tisdnnt5inrinlcyinqaIHusanlathdnnl Miirlu uy Kitiriltinglil vtlj ntby Inip- OIVNKUS Juuu STAraMrLNT A tic comes from one of the stoutest families in tho trotting register ono that gave the trotting turf that sensational rnCUIIIIl- tBarrllUat i0 I the Transylvania winner of 1803 This colt Is a good ono must IX seen to be appreciated Onr ro nt youlltitolllon WILKES will ho allowed to servo alimited nuinlwr of approval mares at 812CO This beauty U by Gam Iwtta Vilken dam Annie tho of three with records bettor than 220 Will nUo stand tho splendid jack HEN BRIGHT at ti to Insure n living colt He In 4yeursold llj hands largo bono and great style Mi AIITV iV XX Stanford Ky DOCE GRAYHhctliuul iMiiivTynrit old zs iiirhcit till own tl by IfiiRli nhl Konttr will mIlk tin- a nt to Insure a llvlnu rolt HI u liy nil liuiKirtril irony thud font lljiiil In th Hlietlnlicl Isralids ntul UnKiinlid liy liorovincii as the IMt IKIIIV In Kcntiiekvilffmitlnii nit roister la the show ring In Uni Mtn rttahuil n nil coda until scnixin is pnld Mart t will or lirt l IKuwIicri f irf1ltHli urniu vnnl inoiiiV Iwranu a due initki 1lIrlsenton nt thu Intro of hiss Ht Auiph Hotel AH UK It Htmilmil Ky sl ll ll tI I SAY Your I If you need any Metal Roof Paint or nny Metal Hoof Inint to see mo for 1 have the best made IComplete nseortincnt usedas directed of Iuinim at almost any GuaranteedI IS H ALDRIDGE I Tinder and riumlwr I Depot Street Stanford Ky I amt startrtttrtatraa taaartsta YOUR WANTS J IN Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by W B McRoberts DRUGGIST ISTANFORD IPEREONAt supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded i ti 4e 4u r LTi