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F THE INTERIOR JOURNAL XXXLV STANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 15 1906 NO 17 I 4t 1 HIGHLAND f Corn planting IB progressing rather slowly 1House cleaning Is the order of tho day Mrs Maggie Godky of Rich hilt with her children Kelly Mary and Grace visited her sfator Mrs C M Young Eggs ought to bring good prices here v now as wo have three hucksters gath Bring them up Messrs Baugh and Jame of this place and Johnson of WaynesburgA while out gathering produce In trying to give part of the road for another wagon to pasA was w thrown from his wagon and severely hurt Ills team became scared and ran for some distance 4 Born to tho wife of Barney Ernst a boy Mesdames J G Baugh and John Heed and It G Long who have been quito sick are somewhat improved Calvin tho little son of Una Graybeal who was so low with spinal trouble is convalescing Herman teed who hAs had a similar troublo for two or three years Is now able to walk some After so long a time Green Carrier has taken unto himself a helpmeet Ho and Miss Hannah Hutchison were mar ried at Rev J M Cooks Sunday morning after which they repaired to tho home of the bride Mr and Mrs Ben Hutchison to partake of tho many good things which hstl been prepared for them Heros our best wish for a long and happy life together Vhllo going to tho wedding tho horse driven by a Harlan Carrier and Misses Zora Barfgh and Annie Carrier became frightened and turned the buggy over throwing tho occupants to tho ground but they all escaped with only slight injuries The buggy was somewhat damaged Fortunate MIssurlans When 1 was a druggist at Livonia Mop writes T J Dwyer now of Ornyivllle Mo three of my custo leers were permanently cured of con sumption by Dr Kings Sew Dlscov cry and are well and strong to day One was trying to toll his property and move to Arizona hut after using Yew Discovery a short time he found It unnecessary to do so t regard Dr lungs New Discovery as the most wonderful medicine In existence II Surest Cough and Cold euro and Throat and Lung healer Guaranteed by lennyx Urlll Store Stanford and Lynn Hros Crab Orchard Ben HtflTokcr now serving auto senI tenco in tho Kddyvllle penitentiary for v spider was convicted of the murder of Hen Shirley a fellowconvict and given the death penalty The question of whether or not ho can be tried with out being pardoned for his first offense will bo rais- edBLACK HAWK 1e hand black with hlhllOllIh will t tltnlandntl9furrtnrrUtotneun kcaum Hi aRm prlw- VIII nlM tuiil Hit Jim lort Tjnrk IKV TON a JTMIM olil Is hand w tin Ijm pound nml nn extra tied lack Tliiw nroimof III rope hav nil IMTII advs hlnik nml red Mirtvli Jt to limirv A1M llvlim unItwo oium hcktomnngtcnr olds will tftt it IlinlUtt iiiiiiilnr 111111 mum tar 1111 K1XU Menlimit Ky ROXSYE Iloxiyo will make Ibo icaion of at 4 rime place at IT to impure u live colt Uov are Is about IS hand high wu lrcd by Ollllwol1l Old otanI oue or the lrgcst yncklIn Krntuckynnd hl tUra w Catu wells premium jennvt mid U n One mule lark Money due In both cute when colt aft tooled or mare parted with All care taken to prevent accidents or coops but not re nonillita any occur retained on colli iulaw WM BIUINKLKS Uowlunil I- iyREDREX tonihl nnl lira nor nd thriv whflurtldhnmIMnudoo Inch IIUntylfiiitUHi lw and hrvtnlliiK niitllln II Ift to rank tin IxHt IKiiKOiKKHlml by Itox tlnut hy Et nhtckytJblel It x MclNiimlil Yon linvi to t bIt homo lonpiirtclnfi him lu Insure Ihlll burs will only allowed to lIIr lItlrllllIIlInrIllOVAf lit lxii utlful ialbrowniHyoaritiild haiulu wvluht JJ iiound llelsu lino well ma horno mud n good driver 111111111111111111111 Hoiiniurk edam by Jlliick l iivwlicliyHtiinuw iLJrIio by Old 14tlllnwitII Intibini IlIrl lI dam by ThU ls n ty of tbo Miilillu horse that fant Ivconilnit oxtlnct In Ktiir tacky hlinnnil you will brotil to him tlto IJrKB- lu I IlirllMONU Ho U n brown ponibllitil Mnllloni yiiiMolilJ Itt band with emly of action brwdrrVViiiniiKKMlml lulI hr by Duke oj tu IIInnIJIM IOHT H rirey rof merit im bin blue utrlnit colti will lilt ili1Ajbftck lack 114 hand This pack hits uuuto Mvcrn wiaMinj In IIdM county an n mule Jerk 11111111I t to Imsurl IIIONHUIBH black Jack 15 humus Thl U hlllt aiid hut style luck and In an bU colUplnnty utvbsgiAllot make tbtf MII MIII of ln Iat my farm ono tulle from Mo hllll oil the MeKililiey illddloburu 1lkOIIIIIIU nfTcrlns the services of this tn tll nut liridtnto III IIolluvuthuyuru os jCItItIIlMI Kentuck- yMoncyduiInallcoreswith all the nUiv stock when maro parted Iasturo furiiUliwl at u roiiMinnblo prUv All OMIt taken to prevent lUcldontu but nut ro Niionalblo should any occur AiivonuwUhlUB ora further pedlKreo of thu iibove stock Inn secure MIIIIO with plei- iNOouurobynpplylngto It loKIIIIIO K I i ti k CHURCH MATTERS Since tho Introduction of missions In to Japan 300 benevolent institutions have been established Thero were none prior to that time Tho Committee on Episcopacy recom mended to the Southern Methodist Conference that three new bishops be elected and tho report probably will bo adopted Rev James IL Blcnk bishop of Por to Rico has been appointed Archbishop of New Orleans to fill tho vacancy occasioned by the death of Archbishop Chappelle Some of the horso jockeys of a New Jersey town have formed themselves into a Young Mens Christian Associa tlon and six of their number have be come Christians Rev Willian a student of the Baptist Theological Seminary Louisville preached at the Baptist church Sunday morning and evening Ills morning sermon is highly spoken of Thu Southern Baptist Convention is in session at Chattanooga with a large attendance Encouraging reports were heard from the president and secretary of the foreign mission work The raising of a fund of at least 000000 for tho rebuilding of Methodist Episcopalchurches in San Francisco and at other points on tho Pacific coast contemplated in the organization of a Methodist Laymens Relief Legion The son and successor of Rev Charles Spurgcon the famous London preach er Rev Thomas Spurgeon will ex change pulpit with Rev Dr P S Benson of Trcmont Temple Boston during the months of July and August The Methodist Conference In tho South wad asked to adopt a law requiring ministers to give up tho use of tobacco upon ordination The conference also considered a resolution calling on tho United States to Interfere in the Congo Free State Tho meetings conducted by Miss Ma han at tho M E church South have been largely attended all during tho week Much interest is being displayed by those attending and a great deal of good Is being accomplishedboro News Gov Beckham declines to give out what agreement regarding tile States assistance in Sunday closing of saloons- In Ixjuisvillo was reached at the con ference held with members of tho Louisville Ministerial Association but says a public announcement will be made shortly Tho Southern Methodist the most conservative of all tho Methodist bod ies now In general conference at Birmingham complains that iU articles of religion do not meet tho existing needs of our church and invites tho cooperation of all Methodist bodies in tho revision of the Mcthlistcrccd MATRIMONIAL John T Clements and Miss Maggie Southcrland both of Casey drove to DanvilU and foero married by Hcv T II ColemanAlvah a young man for merly of Knoxville shot himself at his office in Chicago because a former Knoxville girl had refused to marry him He probably will die It is Dangerous oNeglect a Cold How often do wo hour it remarked Its only u cold and n few days la tor learn that the man Is on his back with pneumonia This Is of such common occurrence that a cold however slight should not bo disregarded Chamberlains Cough Remedy coun teracts any tendency of u cold to re suit In pneumonia and has gained Its groat popularity and extensive saloby Its prompt cures of this most common ailment It iihvuyn cures and Is pleas ant to take For salo by Dr W N Craig tho popular druggist at Stun ford Ivy Tho great Ferris wheel tho wonder of two universal expositions was blown up with dynamite and now only an immense pile of twisted and broken Iron rods and beams marks the place whore it stood in Forest Park St Louis CORNS CuiiEDCorn Exit will llOsl tively remove corns in four days The treatment Is simple and pleasant and wo absolutely guarantee to refund tho money to each and every customer whose corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottlo of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky Ab North said to have been stealing ride on a freight train at Fariston Laurel county was shot threo times nd Instantly killed by Brakeman Joo Pruitt Both lived at Pittsburg Pruitt claims selfdefense The Kentucky grand encampmentof Odd Fellows will convene in Paris next Wednesday sx tu NEWS NOTES After writing a farewell note on tho floor with a piece of chalk John Huber an Owensbord molder killed himself In a pistol fight in Perry county be tween Mack Eversole and Nathan Engle the former was seriously wound ed During the voyage of the steamer Faukla from India to the Fiji Islands 121 coolies were taken ill with cholera and Gl died John Alexander Dowios illness is said to bo at a critical stage The First Apostle has taken to his bed and fa falling rapidly Two men were killed and seven peo plo injured at Chattanooga as the result of a railway train running into a trolley car at a crossing The L N will make qxtcnsivo improvements at Paris Work will begin at once on a new round house new shops and increased facilities generally- It is estimated in Chicago that one million people will suffer ns a result of the proceedings in which tho American Reserve Bond Company Is now involv edThe eruption of Mount Vesuvius is diminishing The ashes have now tak en tho direction of Pompeii and Ot tajono while some ashes have fallen at Somma The now Council of tho Empire or upper house of the Russian Parliament was opened by Count Solsky its presi dent at St Petersburg with elaborate ceremoniesThe plant of the New Orleans Naval Stores Company at Gulfport Miss was destroyed by fire Jho loss was 100000 Six acres covered with rosin burned W II Sylvester president of the First National Bank of Montezuma Ind was shot and killed in his home by his brother whose mind is believed to be affected Moro than 200 funerals were held Sunday in Greater New York a settlement of tho strike of the drivers hav ing been made after an allnight con ferenco with the union The terms fixed by the British ulti matum to Turkey have expired It is believed in official circles in London that the Porte has accepted the de mands of Great Britain William Sells aged 50 years shot and killed his wife aged 30 years in Milwaukee and after vainly attempt ing to kill his daughter shot himself The wife was suing for divorce Ills stated in Capetown that in a fight May 4 the Germans pursued the rebel chief Marengo four miles over the eastern borders of German South west Africa into British territory The Federal government has Won a decided victory in its suit against the paper trust and in consequence the General Paper Company will be dissolved and organized along entirely different lines Direct charges of collusion between the Standard Oil Company and the Iron Mountain railroad were made by one of the witnesses at tho hearing before the Interstate Commerce Commission in Chicago W B Wilson of Indianapolis sec rctafV of the United Mine Workers of America announced that a conference between the miners and operators of Illinois probably would bo held in Springfield Wednesday Mrs Harry Cantell wife of the gen eraloverseer of Zion Church in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland died at Zion City For several days tho elders of the church offered prayers for the recovery of Mrs Can tell She died without medical attend ance and her Infant survived her but a short time The mostspoken language Is Chinese but nit there are so many dialects In the language and as these difTer so greatly in tho confines of Mongolia and Tibet from those around Pekin it is scarcely correct to say that the 382000 000 Celestials all speak one language Putting therefore China aside the mostspoken language in tho world pro as follows in millions English 120 German 70 Russian 68 Spanish 4J Portuguese 32 If we were to measure these in ratio an a twofoot rule we should get the following results Portu guese 4 inches Spanish 56 inches Russian 81 inches German 8J inches English foot and 3 inches Postmaster Robbed 0 W Fouls Postmaster at Hirer ton la pearly lost his life and was robbed of all comfort according to his letter which saysIIForO years I had chronic liver complaint which led to such a severe case dl jaundice that Ion my finger nails turned ollowI when ray doctor prescribed Klectrlo BItters which cured mo and have kept mo 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 Lyno Bros Crab Orchard 50 cents r oUw HUSTONVILLE Tho damage in this locality by the late frosts was very light and the pros pcct for a bountiful harvest and fruit crop was never better Judge J Boyle Stone and daughter Miss Amanda of Liberty accompanied- by Miss Julia Stagg of this place re turned Sunday from a weeks trip tp CincinnatiA from our city will visit Danville this week to fully Investigate oiling the streets and get the contract ors to come hero after completing their work there Mr John Brown one of the directors in the steam road to Scottsville has a contract for several thousand railroad tics to be pub on the right of way when tho robins nest again Quite a number from our locality will ComlnJIWeekcoming to the Old Kentucky Home the honored somi and daughtersfrom Old Lincoln Mrs Emmett McCormack accompan ied by Master Reid Conway left for Wichita Kas for a months visit and will return with the large delegation of exKentuckians promised to attend the Home Coming week from that State Mrs J P Goode left Sunday for a visit to her son George in Covington Less Reid has returned from a business trip to Cincinnati Mrs Mary J Hull man who has been quito ill for some weeks is reported to be no better Roland Bishop and Judge Val Morse went to Cincinnati Sunday to see the ball gameMrs Mary Jenkins has returned from an extended visit to relatives in Texas Miss Anglo Carpenter has returned from Denver where she spent the winter with her sister Mrs Allen Burris W C Greening returned from Rus sell Springs Saturday where he succeed ed in organizing a bank with 15000 capital stock Quite a number of friends of the graded school are in favor of putting up a new building according to the plans on hand The buying of the college to whicha clear title can not bo made is not favored by a single member of the board of education There are parties who Hold certificates of stock that have never been transferred to any one and who are simply waiting for a sale of tho property to present their papers and collect their just dues Wm Peavyhouse Misses Orpha Wil liams Folsom McGuire Carrie Lee Lipps and Ponchio Underwood compose the graduating class at the Graded School Roy S B Lander will preach the Baccalaureate sermon next Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Miss Sudio Ellis of Stanford is the guest of Mrs J A Blain Miss Nannie Rawlings of Danville is the guest of Miss Sprag gins Dr Isais Wesley of Liberty was the guest of Dr Barker Sunday Rev George 0 Barnes closed a 10 days meeting here Friday night mid left for Danville Ho was well pleased with tho close attention given him by tho large audience here Ho is one of the most remarkable men of God of the present century His evangelistic work begun on Aug 25th 1876 and in seven years he had over 50000 confessions He sailed from New York with his fam ily in obedience to the will of the Muster with only 1000 und returned 3J years later never asking for a dollar and having paid 16500 for necessary expenses and landed at Stanford with 1000 which he gave away He reads without glasses having received his second eyesight Ho will preach at Mc Kinney tho third Sunday in May and continue until Friday night 25th Not If as Rich As Rockefeller If you had all tho wealth of Rocke feller tho Standard Oil magnate you could not buy a better medicine for bowel complaints than Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Tho most eminent physician can not prescribe a better preparation for colic and diarrhoea both for children and adults Tho uniform success of this remedy has shown It to bo superior to all others It never fulls and when reduced with water and sweetened Is pleasant to take Every family should bo supplied with it Sold by Dr W NCraigthepopular druggist at Stanford pe eThere Is an old saw that there are no pockets in a shroud but a New Hamp woman proved that there are ex ceptions to al by ordering ono pUt her in which her bank book was to be placed Deaths from Appendicitis decrease In the samo ratio that tho use of Dr Kings New Life Pills Increases They save you from danger and bring quick and painless release from consti pation and the ills growing out of It Strength and vigor always follow their use Guaranteed by Pennys DrugStore Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard axs Try them Klein an aged business many or Nicholaaville died suddenly v d k r If l Attegtiori Farmers I Examine your Champion and McCormick Binders and Mow ors and if they need any repairs andwork let us attend Ho them now as the companies have withdrawn gratuitous expert labor So allwork on machines sold heretofore will be charged for Very respectfully r W H HIGGINS ji Special Prices on Buggies and Buggy harness r CASH HOUSE r STANFORD KENTUCKY THERES REASON FOR THEIR HAPPINESS IUltboughttrade whatappearsIn Theyaresmart dressers SAM ROBINSONDr- yGoads Clothing and Caps Ladies Furnish iugs tho store that saves money Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank kK STANFORD KY The Place to lillY Garden and Field Seeds Garden Tools Plow Gear Poultry Netting l Screen Wire Cloth Screen Doors Hardware Cuttlery Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits c at bottom prices George Da Hopper Stanforu Ky N i71wNK 1vNN7 stiwr lMK1Craigs Heroin Compound Craigs Heroin Compound WHEN BABY FIRST BEGINS SNEEZE GIVE Craigs Heroin Compound CURES THAT HOARSE CROUPY WHEEZE STOPS THAT RATTLING SOUND 2r c COc 100 SIZES AT CRAIGS DRUG STORE KENTUCKY SQUIRREL imblmtl stallion il ytiin old n IxmiUful one vlilti foot high Idol- slyhnatlotllzoQUdbrrwllmg wlilrli vntl llis him to 1KHiuiiKK Hlrtil l y Wood 1st linn liy Tin mm of HllvtT lit liv by Htonownll Jackson 1uh Mvt Kriiit Nbow liorMivMdniu liy the fnin oux lAixlinitoli Wood rrtl wim Hlrvd liy lllmk h1 II lllmlc tlI by VIIilltnl iliiin by CUlt KdUllliii tllIlII of lilnl h1 by Slur KuicK th11NNt won of tnbl irn Iox liiKton dlllll head V IIIII by INdmts irnliiKvr id dnm Kllli premium addle amen bv VaiiMuttr Wnay by llfrllnmo Inilf brother to the mr horw1 xlnuton Uitli out of Alloo Turinill HIlviTKIiiKwit by on Tlmu nnd out of iiiaru liy iibMlV fxxliiK ton The Klnil wlA n Hiu horse mud well liml Kentucky iulrr will serve mares nt UO to insnn u lIvliiK colt DAN I Y J f lack 5 yearn old hnndft hluli t eigltsltl blockiuek linmU nnd 0110 Inch hlKh years old this HiHiiK wvl li 11IItIllIlIH wnsslred by lllnrkUloiid Im by All of thu nlxivo toik will uulku the slusolt of at farm out mlli Grout on the- rubOrehtrltMbtnbnlldke and n oiTerr stuck In the Ntldlc I do not hoxllnto to shy that I yelled hlIro too1 nlally in Kentucky hull of these Jacks will wive mares lit Ira to In sure llvln volt Trading nuro1 torrlt the No ni onidblllly fur WII DUPDKItAlt Howland Ky A They are regular wearers of the good shoe that they made ALL AMERICA SHOES are lead Colt Russia and Velour Calf with hard leaders and selling at 350 and 400 are the shoe buy for Come in and look them over Shoes Huts and Gents Etc you j TO IT AND AND AND buiiila Kiinlrrol Klnitn InhlwIIH Knuli 1MHNOK liuuranct accident DORSET GOLDDUST 12052 Full Brother to Eslclle 219 14 Sired by ilcadl Golddust 4400 by Gold dust ijo and he by Vermont Morgan Dcrsey Golddusts grand dam on siro3 side was by the Imp Arabian Stallion Zilcadi ills dam is Florence by Gol den MinRO Chief a son of Gaffs Morgan making him intensely inbred Morgan stal lion descending from Justeri Morgan on both sides The best family of road horses ever known Dorsey Golddust is a dark dappled full 16 hands and l weighs I2oopounds a proven anduni form breeder of hbgh class road and Eas tern horses combining all the qualities for saddle and harness and are in demand at top prices Doth the ehmpion saddle and combined gelding of the American Horse Shows of igojS Jack ODiamonds stands to his credit Ten of his colts sold recently fpr 810250 and 11500 was refused for a walktrot mare by him His anyhorselucky Will stand at my farm 2J miles from Stanford on the Hustonville pike at zo to insure a living colt F REID Phone in Danville Ky 2 1A t The Interior Journal L C WALTON JUDGE JOHN WHUGHES of Mercer county Is a candidate to repre tent the Eighth Congressional district o t Kentucky In Congress to succeed lion Q O Ollbert subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party IN a bitter attack on President Roosevelt in the Senate Saturday Senator Bailey charged that the Executive had surrendered his position advocating an effective measure and had abandoned his demands for tariff revision The Texas Senator charged that the Presidents arraign ment 6f trusts had been made after his election sfnd thafc before that time he had been as silent as the grave on the subject of regulating the railroads During the day Senator Tillman read a statement showing as ho termed it the Presidents change of front on the Rate Bill IN a personal letter to a friend in Chicago written from Egypt Mr Bryan says he is satisfied that the things he fought for are growing and tha right will yet prevail Hofurther that ho will do nothing to secure another nomination and does not want it less circumstances demand it nqw like Mr Bryan will be the nomine- whether ho wants the nomination for president or not No man is so close ttothe democratic hearts as the great Nebraskan and they delight in making him their standard bearer whether he wins or not TilE Republicans of Ohio are preparing to file a mandamus suit to oust Governor Pattison on the grounds that he is mentally and physically disqualified from performing the duties of his office and let the Lieutenant Governor who is a Republican fill the position Gov Pattison is a sick man but he is said to be in full possession of his mental faculties If they should sue ceed in ousting Governor Pattison it will prove a bopmerang It would de feat the Republican ticket next fall as sure as shot THE authorities at Philadelphia believe in heroic remedies The discovery of a virulent case of smallpox under circumstances indicating that hun dreds of persons might have been ex posed created an emergency that de- mandeda prompt action which was en by the Department of Public Hcalt and Charities ably supported by the police A section containing nearly 2 000 people was roped off and guarde- by police and 1500 people were vacci nated whether they wished to be o not A COMPROMISE was reached between the cow and anticow factions at Ho kinsvilleby which the ordinance forbidding cows to roam on the stree will be enforced after June 1 Th ordinance has been in the courts for several months and the whole tow was divided If you have a cow and are unfortunate enough to have n plate to graze her send her down to llopkinsville for pasturage THE Southern Mutual Investment Co and its dependencies seem to have wound its tentacles over most of the United States each of which has either appointed or is preparing to appoint a receiver There are enough of them already to form a union The fetching of three to one is too much for 1the average sucker IN a senational speech in the Senate Senatpr Bailey referred to the presi as only clay and very common 11clay at that The Texas Senator has a way of telling the truth it matters r not who it helps or hurts t i THERE are 144 saloons in Lexington and other places1where you can get quorr have raised i 13600 to test the Sunday closing law p f POLITICAL Carl Schurz former cabinet member is dead in New York t Rolla Jlart says he will not make the t t race foc Congress in the Ninth It is believed that Will A Young and Virgil t McKnight will make up the entries D J N McCormack secretary of the State Board of Health has issued a card denying that ho has any inten t tion ofbecoming a candidate for Gover nor of Kentucky t Three hundred and twenty pension r bills were passed by the House in oneI t hour and a half This record has never been equaled in the disposition of pen legislationrLawrence has leased his Cadiz Record to his brother John R Lawrence and will devote his entire attention to the office f of Adjutant General Former Gov Robert L Taylor de feated Senator E W Carmack by a majority approximating 20000 in the Democratic primary for the selection tof a candidate for United States Senator from Tennessee McClintock a butwhofor 25000 damages the menu bern of the committee as defendants President Roosevelt will attend the formal opening of the Jamestown position next year and will deliver a address on thatoccasion Eph Lillard a picturesque figure ir politics since 1896 now warden of the penitentiary will be removed fro that position in June and the place filled from the Payntcr ranks says the Somerset Journal- Conferees on the Army Appropria tion Bill have reached a complete agreement on all important ments except the Senate provision n propriating 972000 for a submarine cable from Key West to Guantanamo President Roosevelt received through Senator Blackburn an invitation to at tend on June 7 the commencement exercises of the Kentucky State at LexingtOn The President said i would be impossible to accept the in vitation The Republican Executive Commit tees in each county in Kentucky me Saturday for tho purpose of raising money to prosecute suits in resistance of the redistricting of the congressional senatorial and legislative districts of the State Vice President Fairbanks will not leave Washington until after the Rail Birminghamtto attend the Methodist Conference Having presided in the Senate con billQpa IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Judge A P Simpson a prominent citizen of Jamestown is dead Central University defeated Somer set 11 to 7 in a base ball game at Somerset Saturday The fiscal court of Jessamine has agreed to purchase Brooklyn bridge which spans the Kentucky river on the Lexington and Harrodsburg pike for infant of Mrs William Wilkinson of Cincinnati was taken from a pas senger train at Danville Saturday and found to be dead Death was due to paralysis W R Gooch removed the remains of his two children from the cemetery a McKinney and placed them beside their mother in the cemetery here Somer set Journal Mrs Matilda Hogue of Yosemite celebrated her 88th birthday a few days since She is the mother of 14 children 11 of which are living She hi 109 grand children BrowninghPeck of Linnie all aged citizens died 3nesdadBarbee McAfee who has for some- r time been assistant cashier of the Citi zens Bank of Brodhead has been elect ed cashier of the Pine Knot Bankin latpUniversityhall of the college following the an cxnpelled The fight was witnessed b HinittoAs a result of criticism of JJP- eel by Louis Pilcher in the Kentucky Democrat the men engaged in a fist fight at Nicholasville Pilcher was worsted and drawing a revolver shot Peel twice The wounds are not con sidered dangerous At the annual declamatory and elo cutionary contests as to who would represent Harrodsburg Public School at the Bluegrass tournament Lee Woll stein and Miss Annie Chinn Graham carried off the honors and will represent the school in the tournament at Har rodsburg May 24 A Mountain of Gold could not bring as much happiness to Mrs Lucia Wilke of CarollneWis as did one 25obox of Bucklens Arnica Salvo when it completely cured a running sore onlher leg which had tortur ed her 23 long years Greatest antisop SOfs2jcand Lyno Bros Crab Orchard By the failure of the American Bond Company alleged bankrupt formerly the Southern Mutual Investment Co of Lexington a number of Harrods burg people are heavy losers L B Givens will be out about 6200 and T M Farnsworth over 1900 Both take their losses philosophically Herald IF you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Concentrated Crab Orchard Water ft will do the work For sale by W B McRob erts G L Penny W N Craig Stanford and C W Adams J G Weather ford Co Hustonvillo J W Thompson Kingsville Dr H llundloyaprominent physician of Clay county died in New Mexico where he had gone for his hearts Col D N Prewitt of Danville re fused 2500 for his threeyearold colt The Minks Durham Cecils Store at Danville was robbed of a small amount of mon eyALL kinds of plants lettuce rad dishes etc for sale Hubbard Clay Jones of Richmond attempted suicide by the darbolic acid Eo M Wooten is dead at Hyden p fJ LANCASTER t cityncouncil Marshal Beazley will now kill all untaxed dogs- Beginning with Monday night all the omclock and the groceries at 730 The reception given Thursday eve ning by the seniors of the High School fpr the juniors was a most delightful affairSolomon Childers bought a horse of WalkIher a for 160 The U D C met with dire James A Royston Monday afternoon A large number were present it being an Im portant meeting willtbe held in the county superintendents office the third Friday and Saturday in fourthtThe 225 ran a buggy at the first Richmond street crossing Saturday afternoon injuring the horse so badly that it will die and hurting the occu pants two young men from Carters ville and Flatwoods The lecture delivered by Dr Hinitt president of Central University at the Presbyterian church was exceptionally fine Dr Hinitt is a speaker of rare force and ability and his lecture was thoroughly enjoyed The Lancaster Graded School will close this evening and tho commence ment exercises will be held a the Christian church where 15 graduates thebaccalaureateon the evening of the 18th by Dr C F Evans of Carlisle The dosing exercises of the Graded School will begin Monday the child rens exercises taking up most of the early part of the week Thursday will be class day with exercises in the after noon Sunday evening at 745 Bacca laureate sermon at Methodist church Dr C F Fvans will deliver the ad dress Tuesday evening May 20 com mencement exercises at 810 in the Christian church The music which is to be both vocal and instrumental will gradtuatesDr and Mrs Ross Burnside of Bar bourville are the guests of Mrs Patsy Kinnaird R E McRoberts and JItMount were in Danville and Lexington Monday Mr and Mrs H J McRob erts came over from Stanford Friday for Dr iUnitts lecture Mrs Duncan and little son of Toledo 0 and Mrs Ernest Warren of Middlesbo ro are with Mrs Humprey Ballou Dr toya Price who is somewhat improved Mrs W R Cook and son have returned from Waynesviile N C where they spent angto out again NABOTHB- y Naboth bay fouryeanold and a much Oner horse than his streso wellknown ofyval bvNoral 2144 a son of Electioneer 125 Nora Norval ant dam by tan ion of HambletontasVIO sire of Geo Wllke and Electioneer 3d dam by Mam brlno Starlight 3rd dam by Oliver 4th dam by Wagner 5th dam by Tranbyi Sib dam by Thorntons Rattler A splendid individual with a pedigree as tine as any horses Stands high and weighs 1200 pound Will make the sea son at R 0 Pettut near Ireacbesvllle at SI2 to Insure a living colt Money due when mar Is traded or parted with or bred to another horse The black JacK JK BAUGHMAN by Tarklngtons Napoleon will make the season at the same place at 310 to Insure a living colt Ue Is IB 24 high and hat proven a good breeder Mares grazed at S3 per month which In all COle must be paid before they are re moved jjire taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur J MU O IRTTUS- lroachenvllle Ky WHITES PURITY GUARANTEED Splits Splits SPLITS What Is Splits Find Out Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Splits Made from Epsom Water Carbonated Cti T TT T easyTrysale at Drug Stores Soda Fountains Cafes and Saloons Price lOc Per Bottle Whites 0 C Water Company Inc Crab Orohard Ky NOTICE I will until lnII II family prlvll memouthSame ueter tu 1o1tits where du not have to jXnllnusTryH K U No Uox e2 A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Once over McRoberts Drug Store in tho Owsley Building NEW LIVERY STABLE BUSES CLABE80H Fnn JUNCTION CITY ptYF- lrstGUis Turnout at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to Traveling Men Oraln and flay For Bain Wayntsburg Marble and Gran Its Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor x IKalcr In and Manufacturer of Granite Monuments Marble Itultoil letters a HpoclMty Olllpo and works Vnync8burg Ky U I Padgett Agt Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard Ky We nre pripnnM to wrlto Insurance Life Accident Fire or Tornado And solicit the Imnlmn of till cltltvns ot COIIIIIOfiico with Crab Orchard Banking Co have n talk with mlicforo placing your In kurnnco pf renewing old pollclvt List your prox rty with us and we M1I1t for you clyrglng you only it small IMT CtlIt ALMONT DARE Sired by Dignity Hare N J 10SS 8 II U liey Chester Dare 10 A II R hi by Black Fqulrrel 58 A S II U he bi KingWilliamway Registered In Volume 10 A T II It she by Abdallah Matnbrlho A T II U lire of Geneva J09H Mattle IL 213 Quinine 5i28 and many others under 30 Abdallah Mambrlno by Almunt Non In T II K t Jd dam by Orlt Darin 8S8S he by Bourbon Chief i 3d dam Mattle Foreign Light by Foreigner by Imp Olenco For eign Light dam Starlight by Cherokee bj mp Ilaoior 4th dam by Cunningham Oopperbotton Sih dam hI Imp Iluutrd For size style beauty disposition sad performance In harness and under saddle con sidering age and handling ho ha no sup nor and but few equals See him and you will like him jaclood10dl1lduallService tee Alroont Dare SIS Insurance Llmltedto a few maret jacks Bob Tark logton 110 insurance limited Victor lingo jr by Imp Victor lingo 18 Two and onehalf miles fouthweit of nus y11keTradingson due R 6 1OWELbA BON LINCOLN SQUIRRELR- ed bay black points In hands blh heavy mane and rail good back with long craney tapering neck well stein high uount ed shoulders a combined horse head and car on him u model under halter wonder fat style In harness a show hone sure be Is a saddle horse with five distinct gaits fast acting racker good la two walks and nlro loper very positive In his trot under saddle and In Imrncnj great all around action a Is requited for an upto date sire of high price horses for or harness he Is a sure enough harness horse graceful stylish and fast Lincoln Squirrel was sired by Marlon Squirrel 9OSby old Black ec ref 1S8 be by Black Eagle 74 he by lung William 67 Marlon rqulrrnls lit dam Green Mountain 30 dam by huge Edwin Forest Llncon Squirrels lit dam fate McOallstor by Messenger llreeio a full brother to Maude Messenger record 316i 3d dam Maria Depoe by Mambrlno Star light a full brother to Lady Thorn 2J4j 3rd dam Mollle Grow by Helms Yorkshire thorpugbbred Illack his grand sire Is the sire of more rioted saddle horses than any other horse In the world such as Highland Denmark Chester liars and Ited Squirrel Pqulrrel will be allowed to serve a few good mares the season of 1000 at Beazey iiros livery barn at 812 to Insure a living colt Ibone 5 J U IIEALKY Stanford Ky THE WARFIELD Trial 824 Trotting park bay stallion 15 31i hands foaled August 1901 bred by Village am East Aurora New York Sired by Dare Devil 24828 record 209 sire cf The Beau Ideal 2x55 Son of Mnmbrino King 1279 sire of Lord Derby Nightingale Mctallas The Questor Lord March Lady of the Manor UeiratLaw King Charles Mock- Ing Boy Mercecs all with records under 208 First Dam Naughty Girl by Rex Amcriuus 23200 2nd clam Duerma by Mambrino King 1279 3rd darn Dotlet by Nutwood Coo 4th dam Topaz by Strath more 5th dam Millard Albion 6th dam Ned by Edwin Forest yth dam La dy Turner by Mambrino Chief The Warfield was workedonly 90 days last season land showed a 224 clip over a half mile track He is sound coot head ed good gaited goof wind good feet and legs and kind and easy to handle in har ness one that will stay and trot all day He will make the present season at our farm near McKinney at 85 toNinsure a living colt- Mares traded off or bred to another horse forfeits insurance and makes season money due Lien Retained on Colts Until Season is Paid We will also stand the imported jack CONQUEROR At 88 to insure a livin6 colt lie iS4 years old 15i hands high black with white points line bone and action and a great individual You should see this line jack before you breed S MO WENS SON McKinney Kyl I tMt lt1fJj t VS HTS1HTS ot J t JIj There isnothing more necessary to a well dressed man thanhis HEADGEAR QualityU counts for Nothing unless you also have the STYLE We think we can please almost ev ery class of dressers from our present well selected stock A beautiful PANAMA asa 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 for 150 and 2 and all the cheap fellows from 5c to 1 STETSONS you all know we carry them in three grades 350 J 450 and 5 The new derbies and soft telescopes in various shades and dimensions I H J AtcROBRTS AtY STANFORD KENTUCKY PIJ w I PENNYS DRUG STORE New Stock b PARIS GREEN Let us Supply You t PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky ptuget one of these If not satisfactory return ii anti gist your men i t tycllin Ij o4 OBOnCe H FARRIS Stanford Kentucky 1 NAPOLEON byTnrklnRtoeslink Not who Wll8U Ion of HUJuli tlnla Cloy1Voalliving colt Trailing tint mure forfeits the Insiiruncu No rl for K l1y0UDHHlanlordKyt GEORGE HUR 1 very Ilse droll lIillloll weight V if1jIlIItIM AlulIl 1fNjS eIrcdbyhenIlmrMiJors7salatCinuulftln ttlul IIur Is lullI PullIJlh eoaeliand hid OIdnlo ltHint In thu WIIIIIIIK rtho Iittotnurun nlon lit illy pinto litllving luU IH JIAUU1IMAN Hllinfonl Ky r e erhe r iit f SUITSIn Maiijsh Mixtures Panama and Serge in Alice Blue Reseda Black nndjfavy at 81250 815and 818 i f Silk and Wash Waists The waists this season arc prettier than over Plain colors mVlnfleta Yfnfifa at 80 and 8050 White and Black Ilabutiii Silk Waists at 83 to 8050 Wash waists in Batiste and Lingerie Cloth w h lace and cmbroid cry at 50o to SfffiO 150 this seasons unwed skirts in Black Grey and Navy ntiatoflO SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY BTANKOUD KY MAY 15 190G I DELICIOUS Ice Cream Soda nt Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS oj Miss LUCY HAIL is some better MK W P TATF in thousht to be gradually sinking MR J it IJnoww of Parksvllle attended court hero yesterday EDITOR HCNRY THOMAS and wife of Liberty were hero yesterday Miss SARAH UAUCHMAN Is visiting M IBS Llna Kennedy at Somerset Miss AMANDA Gooom returned yes crday from a visit to her niece in Fay otto ALTCR SAVNDRRS loft yesterday for Portsmouth 0 to travel for a harness house J Mn Louis CorTHY of Mbnticello spent yesterday with his brother Mr Joo Coffey MR JAMBS P JONBS orders his paper changed from Crab Orchard to Lily Laurel county MRS WILLIAM MORBLAND of Lex InKton Is here with her daughter Mrs W C Shanks MFlssttsIiM HUBY and A M Pence are at Somerset to see Mr Lloyd Hiicy graduate lit En DuuDKiun wife and son ares up from Birmingham with Col and Mrs W II Duddcrar Mus THOMAS MtrcALP is ot the homo of her parents Mr and T J Poster quite sick Mr sans W D HANSON and J W Williams left this morning to visit friends In Virginia I MR D W VANDEVEER wife and children of Richmond were guests of his homefolks here Misses HELEN HOCKER and Mnbel Drye of Hustonville spent Sunday I with Miss Minnie Woods MRS JERRY FRITH and son Coy Me Creary Filth of Brodhead were guests nt Dr W H OUnnnons MRS T W Good n trained nurso of tho West End Li waiting on Mrs A C Alford who Is Improving Fox DUDDEBAII of Louisville spent several days with his parents Col and Mrs W H Duddernr at Rowland MR J M SMITH left yesterday for his home at South McAlister I T af ter a visit to his sons in this county MR ANn MRS J S OWSLEY JR will entertain the Married Peoples pleasure Club Friday evening at 8 o clock HARRY HUGHES aged 16 passed an examination as telegraph operator nt Lexington last week and has gone on tiduty at Kingsville J S OWSLEY JR was In Louisville Saturday taking depositions in tho DeUord damage suit against tho Fifth Avenue Hotel MESSRS D 0 GOOCH W M Gooch and Master Otis Montgomery Gooch three generations were guests of Mr J H Gooch They all live in tho Way nesburg section 1 MRS SUE TAYLOR of Augusta Kansas who Is visiting her mother Mrs Julia Rector at Dunnville and Mrs Hettio Rector were in town Monday Liberty News MRS J WILLIS and cousin Mr J D C Dejnrnctte of Crab Orchard 4 Springs were here Saturday They told us that prospects for a big crowd nt the Springs this year are all they could wish Gov UECKHAM has appointed Judge 1b1 C Saufley of Stanford as special of tho MagolHn circuit court to try a number of cases In which the reg ulnr judge Is ineligible Frankfort Journal JbnoBJoiin W HUGHES tho only T announced candidate for Congress in a this district was hero yesterday ming ling with the court day crowd Ho cordial reception and was given a most of support were made to many pledges him There are few better handshakers t than the judge who has plesant word for all with whom he comes in contact Ho was accompanied by Mr D F Logan of Danville LOCALS PLANTS for sale E L Reinhart Stanford iie millet seed fort cr cleaned I salet E T Pence OR SALEClcnn stock of dry goods and Groceries This offlce l v FIVE shares of stock in the Cammer ctaTBank of Liberty sold for 950 u I WANTED a good blacksmith Good location It W Leigh Kidds Store Ky RURB German millet seed for sale at WW per bushel W H Murphy Stanford A GOOD Hecomlhnnd 35horso power engine for sale John S Murphy McKinney MR J N SINGLETON killed a rattle snako in the East End Sunday that had 13 rattles on it Ion RENTTho storeroom on Lan castor street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office IT will pay you to get our prices on seeds and fertilize before buying R H West Co Junction City Ky e Fort screen doors window screens wire clqth water coolers Ice croon freezers lawn mowers go to Gcorgo H Farris WHILE attempting to kill a ground hog Rob Smith of the East End shot himself in tho hand making an ugly wound e LOST OR STOLEN A double cose gold watch with Initial N on bjick in Stanford Return to this office and get reward TnllLETsBornto the wife of Au gust Bartels of the East End two girls and a boy They weighed seven pounds eachL- cruiuesItwill pay you to hear Dr J N McCormack lecturo at the court house tomorrow IGth at 10 A Everybody go and hear the distin guished gentleman THERE will be an timo fry at Olympian Springs on May 26 Music furnished by McKinney band A tee of 35c will be charged for the meal F M Sims Hustonville Roust SWEIT AWAYMr T B Hammonds who owns a good farm InI Collins county Texas has received word that the 2000 residence on it was swept nwny by a cyclone a few days ago IP you hear some good col loge songs and cheerful music go to the Graded School chapel tonight and tho Centro Collage Glee Club willen tertain you Reserved Beats 35c at Pen nys drug store AT Olive church 2J miles from Way ncaburg on May 27th there will be a basket dinner and decoration day exer cises Rev R R Noel the pastor will preach the regular sermon but there will be other speakers present IN the Old Fiddlers Contest at More land Saturday night Tom Edwards of Casey won Armp Dawson of this place came second and Mr Valland ingham of Science Hill third A good crowd was present and splendid order prevailedCELEIntATIONThere will bo an old time dinner at the Crab Orchard fair grounds on Saturday June 23 in honor of St Johns day under tho auspices of Prcnchersvillc Brodhead and Crab Orchard Masonic lodges Everybody is invited Masons are nil expected Be sure and bring your basket There will be n lot of prominent speakers on hand Everything free TIIK following atthe Stanford Graded School will go to Harrodsburg next week to take part In the School Tournament Misses LcGrando Jones Ida Mooro and Robert Waters John Downer Walter Singleton Leslie An dersen Grady Tucker Wallace Single ton Bev Rout May Brackctt Fred Brackett Rosa tones Berta Jean Penny Miss Penny is on the program to whistle at one of tho night sessions and we will wager she will both surprise and please her hearers TUB Commencement Exercises of the Stanford Colored High School at the opera house Friday evening were attended by an immense audience There were two graduates Elizabeth Wearen Broaddus and Lutitia Eleanor Cook Both rend interesting and wellprepared essays nnd were the recipients of ap plause and presents galore There were solos choruses drills etc all of which were rendered with much credit Dr W D Tardif who is at the head of this school is deserving of much creditor the manner in which ho conducts it as well as for the success of tho graduates his school has turued out e I A Relief to the tired house wife or those who dielike to sew is the opportunity to buy HeadyMade Clothes This department of our store is growing nil tho time all l we now have n good line of this seasons newest styles in Suits Skirts Waists Wash Suits Wash Waists c The variety of our showing and tho beauty of design and reasonableness of cost ling been favorably com mented on by those who have Been them I1TRY our Peerless Iceland Freezer Nothing like it Geo D Hopper received a lot ofthe genuine 1JUST saddles J C McClory GERMAN millet cane seed and cow- peas All new crop T D Newland LOT of secondhanded typo cases and j job stone for sale cheap This office We are headquarters for plants of best quality Bishop Lipps Huston ville PURE apple vinegar in any quantity for sale E R Holtzclaw Preachers t villc BRING your ordorsfor nil kinds of plants to J W Brackctt Lower Main Street Stanford IMRS W S JONES isagcnt now for Olympian Springs Water F M Sims Hustonville a 4t TilE Ladles Aid Society of tho Chris tian church will havo no meeting of the society next to un avoidable circumstancesIIP the give It a decent burial If it is still alive lets have a meeting next Monday night What do you say Tilt Centre College Glee Club will give their splendid entertainment in the Graded School building at 8 oclock to night Go and be assured of a good time and an evening of bright song BASE BALLStanford was in it at base ball Saturday The first team went to Danville and was victor M to 7 while the second team walloped the Hustonville boys 39 to 8 on the grounds here Hurrah for Stanford I SOME weeks ago n Home Coming was agitated by n number of our people but the matter seems to have dropped with a dull thud Other towns are preparing to celebrate tho return of those of their people who have sought other fields in which to find fortune and fame Stanford should not lag behind Who will make a moveorsuggest some thing fitting that may be done for those of our friends who vIII visit their old home here in June next AFTER andcareful study of tho subject Editor F J Campbellof the Somerset Journal admitted author tty on womens wares gives out this valuable information The girl with a wedgeshaped face must not wear her hair spread out over her ears This only accentuates the triangular lines With a peaked chin it is neces sary to avoid brohd effects above the brows Wave the hair at tho temples draw it up to tho top of tho head in soft rolls This gives the taco a delicate ovaloutline ODIE PAUL KILLED Charles Brown shot Odie Paul to death at Somerset Thursday night The men had quarrel ed and Brown who runs a saloon or dered Paul not to come to his place of business again He did not obey tho order and when he returned Brown shot him four times Paul was taken to stn infirmary where he died in a few hours Mr Paul lived for many years at McKinney where he and his father conducted a monument business He married there and Is survived by a wife and son of 10 years The remains were brought to McKinney and interred Friday afternoon It will be remembered that Mr Ed Paul Odie Pauls father tell from a window of the St Asaph Hotel and was killed Mr Paul was keeping a boarding house in Somerset and was also engaged with monument firm STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL ITuF unusual sight of men plowing corn with their overcoats on was wits nessed in that section last week The paper says it was on account of the cold weather but wo suspect that laziness was tho eauso of tho specta cle We are not much of a farmer but we have walked between plow handles often enough to know that it is pretty hot work which puts over coats out of the question But maybe they use tho now fangled plows that they ride on up there in the mountains Frankfort Journal No it was weather and not weariness that made the young man protect his body from the chilling blasts In primitive days when you plowed men pulled the heavy concern and probably you were nt the end of the plow tho horse now operates at n c h coIlegeto heat them tonight at the Graded entertainmente WE have several hundred bushels of millet seed grown from Tennessee seed last year This seed has been over our cleaners the second time Extra good seed price in line J II Baughman Co IN the county court yesterday an or der was made calling for an election on the whisky question in Stanfordon Juno 9 The wills of Arthur Richards and Mrs Mary Doores of Crab Orchard were probated The former leaves his property to his wife nnd makes her executrix while the latter leaves hers to her husband children and grand children PARKERS HAIR BALSAM CIcCMi u4 leant N tht fah frocnott a taturinl 1ftOw- hNnr ruts to Beitoro Ony lUlri to Its Youthful dlmiti =Ouen IIJ1t at nnrrlot PUBLIC SALE I will ftlIlIt public unction nt my Lane In Crnborihnrd O- hwINFMItylltY re11 My lied room dining room nnd kitchen furniture Terms cnsli Hale will l eiln lit W ITt It fiOVKH rub urrlulnl Ky PUBLIC SALE I On HATtUPAY JtNK Sil I will otter for milo my fnriii or sm acres ltuatcd on tint Islington pike about ti mllet front nun Tllle to the big hat bidder Thw boil U In VOlimproteuentaed n ml nil nccotiiry iiutliullilliiRH Will nl o wll n lot of lirootl hcnd of cattle In ciuding htlhrann1 011fk cows inure IInti colt about in Owen unit lambs A lot of other stud too lhu0er0a to niiiitlon- O K YKAdKIt Danville Ky INSURANCEPlace est and strongest company in the world Sec nnd talkwith R M Newland who wile show you the pojicy best adapted to your age and promptlyred R M NEWLAND Agent Mutual Life Insurance Coof N Y Organized 1843 PUBLIC SALE IliivltiK Mild my fiirni I will at my place 2 ngltaVcstMONDAY MAY SI lim sell the following iliMrHnnl proporty One mowing iiiiivliliio nike i Other Ilillhil US Douhlt Hhavol liorto corn planter renper nnd header I corn rrniher IllK harrow l time mill rues Inns nhovels Jersey cow ISyenrold heifer Mgnti bend of IwltlIhOIlI of corn a ntnckd of hay liouieliold wed kitchen furnltuni and other tiling too mini eroiu In mentionMKHtHUIHTINAOllAYHOX KyWenNoticel I 0YP feB IITNTT Jrrmi HTANVUIII KY MAT tII The idicrirr will liegin collcctlni tnxfn nlNiilt June lot nnd nun matter ot Informa tion for tho overteer of dirt rofulu I make this xtahMient of till rond law which him lieen fn font Mnce March IWl I quotu nictlon lilld relHtlnu to the tuliject Tilt wild overteert ulinll exempt from rvlct III Juries nnd from poll tux for road and lirldKe wes nnd for failure to p r form tho tluile niiulrnl of them they s allfor ClIh olTeiue lined froth i5to h The 10uxasathn rued tho only coniH iiKatlon to n dirt road overner U his poll tax which he duos not pay In Inlwr on the road or In mon ey and whenthe herllT mnkex a nettlement byiheaeNOTICE Vt will on WKHNKHUAY JtNK CTII1KM offer for sale our Mill nt lluriitlile Ky This U n toiler Kluiirliii Mill capacity 4u llarrelii on the Nnrdyke Mormon Myntein machin ery nearly new This Mill nlo coiislnts of n rllolltrIIIINlcltIrillUmheU Fwd perdnynll In Brat class con illt Ion and tUuatctl rnllroad truck llurn sldc this it poplatlon of ijtow inhnhltantx and then1 Is no other mill within IHmlletfOurrcu son for aeIlIIlgthls iKowlnis to our health falling Allsolledlirouaofthlskind- 1I rolllr would well to Invettlcatv It unit iHuolntf toHll It U In oHnitlon Mr McKechnlc will take pleasure In how IliBlt who U Interested nnd will call nt the Mill Imiiilrlex liy niall will be uts1u roll promptly TKHMM KAHY yleh iIINF I1HOH Iliinmldo Ky Auction Sale of Horses IxMikntthethapy heads of tills stock It gxllkit plainly and emphatlciilly for their Irenllngthelrslrl s nnd grand olres IKIIIK KenlncKV ktnlllniiK Thin glees them their IntelllKent exprehslon TerniH cash Hrln your money with you 1Ve Nell nt auction dud nt auction only Ho do not come to buy nt private xule 110 will Hll ono our load of Western horfOHiind mnreii one at it lime to hlKheot bidder iiUHtanfonl Ky on WKUNEHIJAY MAY IIi Hale will nt Ibitlroad Stock YnrtU This stock la Miihllo old driving bred sire light lHnedyounRinul hhiipy ages from t to f year Huh will commenco promptly nt AI rciwrdloM of weather dentery mid IHculators should attend ns wo will sell without orjvwrvc Horses cun buteen nt lUillromLHtock tvo Ih h sale KIMI I1UOH JIOItRI1II1r Auct tffi Muslin UnderwearWo arc showing the best made line of Skirts Gowns Drrter and Corse Covers made in this country Special values in sample coi fee covers v A FLYER 40 dozen Indies long cleave Vests and Lace Trimmed Pants in very elM tic ribbed lisle for early Spring wear Real value 35 our price 2oc for all size 32 to 1- 4AMERICAN LADY CORSETS in the short or lung shapes to suit aU figures Dont wait they are selling fast 100 suits at half price to clean up stock JO suits for 5 CUMMINSMCLARY Ladies and Chil Tens Shoes AI Entire New Stocl For ladies we have The Krippen dorfDittman lines Large range of styles at 2 to 350 per pair both in Shoes and Oxfords For children The Scheiffele Shoe Cos line This is a good honest wearing line with plenty of style NEW and NOgBY styles for Children and Misses at 25c to 150 per pair Canvas Oxfords for Ladies and Children at to 150 per pair See our Window L M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY IThe Interior Journal Entered in tile PottOffice at Stanford U tfcondclau matter- pt7BLtBfCD TUItNUAYA AND FIUDAYfI AT SOO PER YEAR CASK 1200 will be charged fide When not so paid JOHN BEECHER Black Inck htmseltn whit points ntlo wind Joel high Ins At dam Na slnrl by Jlllllhloli stock of thogoal1I11wk leuuet Is Hack thu senem Will mnkeelm iw hllllkind nil Ineum n livingtit U to eoUJJUtWOIt INSURANCEWlndRtorl1lLUe and YIre Lightning and Accident neprcwnted tho 1oWttlC flble Ratc Ounronteed c ordjUnequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 8S 35 Farm Mules For Sale Alt broke and native bred You cah 11 them by calling on mt 1 G Fox Livery Feed I Sala Stable Danvlllt Ky BDCARTER t Successor to Bruce A Carter livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men your patronage U tolicited Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection a Two Farms For Sale I wish to suit privately nq farm the of Lou 170 Neat of on seresb mites and hnwell InlprottdIngton It is of water and ttmtwr fenced and buildings tit good relmlr of 100 acres Also nil i and lex- Ington Lancasterlying midway between Welloutletpikes Oood TlntlutlNGfenced TerniH reasonable Mnrkslmry Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You clotlllng when thererendymndllWhy buy of high dlllonco the prlcorattle110 SUItIi and suit made to grade measurement token by nn experiencedyour line tprlngia11oC I have a Bummer goods I can stake from a low price suit Alsotho fined dressbusiness suit to company I trousers honeofthebeet The H 0KUPLEYtheTailor Dail Tratjlor DEAL1H IX WHlsk Brandu Wines Beer Gloars Etc I OarpsnUr Olosa to DepotSTANFORD KY aUnllon Nothing lw ths bss polltProncUna ti UlgrspS oriirs rsclvu drink Mall phone iroapt stltnllon Attention Farmers I I have just received a car load or 50 tons of Homestead Fer The Old tilizer It line c worldwide reputation Nis un excelled as a crop producer It sells on its merits For the Sake s give it a trial E W CHIUOHTOX Kiugsvilletfy e mteaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarneesSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phono 167 Home Phono 35 JLBeazleyCo UndertaKers and Embalm 4cre Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right t STANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT Jockey Pat McCue Is dead of consumption Wanted two or three good sows and pigs This office Millet seed for sale at GOc per bushelIW H Murphy Stanford Will II Rijjney Is grieving over the loss of hi yellow family marc J M Gooch had a valuable horse to die the other day He valued him 300Wanted atl to buy a Polled Angus bu one or two years old Joseph Hallo i Stanford Four trainmen were killed and four injured In a collision on the Norfolk Western railroad near Lynchburg Vn Brown Dick the most noted colored handler and owner of racehorses in the world is dead in Louis vllleThe Burley Tobacco Growers Associations has begun its fight for the coi trot of the 1906 crop and claims to have a good chance to win There were only a few cattle on the market yesterday and the demand Cor them was not great Horses and mules were wanted at long prices- A brindle yearling heifer natural muly came to my place about Jan 1 Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep A P Sloan Hub ble E P Woods sold one jack for 500 and another for ffOO He bought of a Pulaski party a splendid twoyearol jack for 475 Rose of Gold selling 20 to 1 came second in the Larchmont at Belmont Park Friday He is one of Carrol Reids pets and is a good one Bel mere won the race George Fallis of the Salvisa district sheared 10 sheep the other day and got 124 pounds of wool which he dispose of at 30 cents per pound lie wants to know who can beat thlslIarrods burg Herald J B Honaker of the West End sol to Charles Lutes 34 204pound hogs nt 5c These were engaged Feb 1 and Mr Lutes cleared about 2 per head on them Mr H sold him another lotfo September delivery at 5c Harmonic the fast young stallion that was to have mado the season at A E Hundleys stable at the fairgrounds will on account of illness be given a rest and will not be used for service any more this season Ad vo pate T B Hammonds who bought the King farm on Hanging Fork and mov ed to this county several months ago is showing our people how to farm He finished planting corn some time ago and is about through giving it its first workingMrs Goodman of Todd county has this season sold 27 eggs laid by one of her prize hensand 2G laid by an other of the famous fowls at one dol lar each Besides these her sale of other turkey eggs aggregate over 200 for the season SPRING FEVER Too tired to scheme Too tired to play Too tired to dream The hours away Too tired to read And keepthe place Too tired to feed My weary face Too tired to lie Too tired to think Too tired lo buyIA little drink Too tired to walk Too tired to ride Too tired to talk Een though I tried Too tired to light This pipe of mine Too tired to write Another line With her two little children standing over her prostrate form crying and n vcr realizing that their mother was dead the body of Mrs Lizzie Hampton was found on the Perryville pike She waS the wife of Charles Hampton who Is a coach inspector for the Southern ailway Hampton works at night and- es on duty about 11 oclock Ho says he left home about this hour and- wife seemed in the best of health The cries of the little ones attracted tho attention of a brother Albert Hampton who lives in another part of the house He rushed to the room and found the woman dead She was 26- years of age Death is supposed have been the result df heart disease dvocate pep Sciatica Cured After Twenty Years of Torture For more than 20 years Mr J B Mass =y of 1322 Clinton St Mlnueap blls Minn was tortured by sciatica Tho pain and suiTerlng which ho Indur cd during this time Is beyond comprehension Nothing gave him any permanent relief until he used Chamber Ialns Pain Halm Ono application of- thnt liniment relieved the pain and tae sleep and rest possible and less thun one bottle has effected a perma nellt cure If troubled with sciatica or rheumatism why not try a cent- bottle of Pain Balm and see for our- seU how quickly it relieves the pain For sale by Dr W N Craig the pOllular druggist at Stanford y Stomach Troubles MrsSuo Martin an old and high respected resident of Falsonla Mis was sick with stomach trouble for mQcre than six months Chamberlains Stom ach and Liver Tablets cured her Sho says I can now col any thing I wnnt and am tho proudest woman hlh world to find such a good medicine For sale by Dr AV N Craig tho popular druggist at Stanford Ky Robbers entered the saloon of Lovo Willison through a rear window and secured about 40 worth of booze Somerset Mountaineer EGGS EGGS EGGS Plymouth Hock Hllver Jjico Wvnndo and lllnck IjuiKslmti nt tl per setting of 11 Kggs delivered ree of charge to Htnnto Ijincnstor or Crab Orchard Those IlItlr ested are Invited to visit III and my stock Sirs W ltlhkYlllr View Poultry Fnrm GOLDDUSINABOTH lly K lleMS or Oolddust 1st dnm h ItaiiithmitiiNXiibothIddnm by lIuh btosOnTime nl dnin by son Hills Vermont Ith dnm n Wfilpp race IIUII Is n red sorrel lhreo years old glue Iyll action and form will serve n UlhlllIlIU rof nuins t W to InHiire n 1IUTBKYKTIIK XNI n Hlictlnnd lIuIIIIlIl1l1d slue KycMnn Ideal IKII nml nymetry will vervv Ilndtvrlnutillwrof miirun nt i to Insure colt My flue liKMlcl Jack KXOKUUOIl lIh typlcnl rlielltl ouglit mm UIt herd of ilrHhelbyTetIswith anluck d HHllgn will nti o nerve u IImlt nuinlwr of mama lit Sr to Insure it colt Mare pastured at Sail MT month CrtI tnktin to prevent nruhlent hut lint metal Klblo ulitmld ally occur Mares ported wtllt ur traded or bred eKcwhrro orfelts III Duranco nml money Uvomes duentthelit nt tnniMictloiu A Men will Iw retained ll culls until MMikon inlil M My reglstoml Hhorthorn hornlesi will stand nt Mil push III ndvnnre icrsoy hold will ntniul nt nh In tnnco JOHN JttUUIKNTKIl p Two and ontlmU miles South of Crnb tlr ehnnl Oil the Chtippvll Unp A Ottrnluli Ike GALTON 12910 Sired by GambetU Wllkes 3UH with lOt with records from 2 05 to 2 30 claimed to be tho greatest sire In the world lit dam DIy Field of 3 wllb ecord from 2 12K ts 3 17l by Enfleld 229 Ire of AID 2 30 and dams Of 60 In 230 or ettor 2nd dam Quickstep by Keatuck Prince Jr slreof J Q 2 17JJ Lemonad 2 STK and the dams of 15 In tbe 2 30 lilt 8rd lam by Old Joe sire of tbe dam of J i carries the blood of four leadlulI amllles Harnbletontun Wilkes Uambrl irlno Chief and Seeleyt American Star Dalton Is a dark bay 15 2H band breed arge One style action and Only oC his colts have been handled for speed a hors timer one took a mark of 2 20 tbe oil er live worked trials from 2 18 to 230 HI colts have gone against and defeated tbe bet In tbe harness classes and roadstc ring one of ids colts bating won a J7S pre alum at the Ilustonvllln fair over the bet Comment unnecessary as he Is so well mown having made all of his seasons at ny place 12 In all Gallon will stand at table 2 mile rest of HuitonTlllo on HradfordsTllle plki at tlO to Insure a living colt Money due If mare Is traded after being bred Orass al tel May tat at 1 250 per month Phone In residence W M DODD nustonvllle Ky HUMMER JR nay stallion 1SJ hands a good Indlrldas wllh abundant speed He Huuimei 111 slroof llouoer 209 Stally2ItH palpeen SslSX Quickly S14H ulneCr 2ISK 8peedon2IO i 15 In 230 lummer 0112 Is a son of the renown iectlone r and aave one U the only IOn- oC Electioneer living that U out of a Gcorge Vllkes mare and with the exception o irlon Is the only son standing In bat has a 209 performer to his credit lummer Jrs dam Is ulmn br the grea Lord Ituueell dam Oodlva by Auditor J73 HAPSBURG 509 Orent coach s Mll m 181 haiKls high by Imp flouter and out of a maro by Wonder ful Bur Any one vrlthlog a very high fed inch borso to breed on standard bred mare tor getting style speed and action nhoali ee this hor- seJESSE ALVERSON hctland Pony Fine Individual good breeder style and action All of these horses will stand at 110 to In ire a living colt Will also stand my two Jacks at 110 to suro mares and 110 by season fruu April to July for jennet Mares grazed at 2 90 per month whlcl In all cue must be paid before then art removed Caro taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should nnv occur Mares traded or with makes season money due J IJAUOHMAN Uustonvlllo Kv Antecarlo 226 l2tMade over Versailles track in winning race Sired by Anteo 216 12 that sold for ioooo at public tale First dam Ann by Hailstorm 813 son of MamCrino- Palchoen These two crosses produced The Abbot 203 14 cham ion trotting geldiog of the world 2nd dam hy Inde pcndence son of Andrew Jackson Inde iodcnceA dam by American Star The American Star and Andrew Jackson blood is responsible for Crcsceus 204 14 the lampion trotting stallion of the world 3U see Antecarlos two top crosses ate responsible for the fastest gelding Iwo- next crosses are responsible for the faslesl- slallioo Then you see he is better bred Ihan either of them for he has the blood of both Antecarlo Is a solid brown horse 15 34 hands high weighing 1170 pounds fine style and action Will stand at f10 10 insure a living colt BUCK VARNON IJlack Jack with while points 5 years bId i5J ands high Fine breeder and- great individual A jack of fine bone and aClion Will stand at ell to insure a liv- Ing colt We will also stand the young jack ABRAN 3rd al t8 to insure a colt He was sired by- Ahran 2nd and he by an imported jack Abran 3rdS first dam by Velocipede 2nd- dam by Imp Palermo 3rd dam by Morengo Mammoth Lien retained on- colts for season money Mares traded bred to other horses forfeits insurance and makes season money due Ml will stand at my farm on Somerset pike four miles from Stanford Mares grazed al2 per month Care taken prevent accidents but not responsible should qny occur WILLI AM M FIELDS Stanford Ky f J For Sale Privately bouio acres Of land iltuated Jut outside of town limits on the Somerset pike louse his I rooms kitchen and icr Tantt room cellar stable and all necessary olltbulldIDJSWater hydrant In the yard and one for J r BAILEY HAVE YOUHI colts castrated by T P Gross Crab Orchard Ky the well known cas- trator of horses and horse doctor Phono In Reside- nceDignity Dare No 1000 Vol S A H II Mnhononv liny black point white on left foot loyvnrs old 84 1llIh high wvlght i uiwuiuli strong nut bon heavy iimno nml lull back with crniny tniNrlng neck well set In IIlglI mounted houUleri nmdillo horse Iwoll1I11 ruron him n nitxlil under hotter alwn wears blur utrlnir In motel rings wonder style In hnrnrm n show horse eon Wh Otto year old wore nil honors In hU clit wherever shown j also till blue tie In 1IntI tlnku Imrnru ring tit ammo ngu When n aVfnrold be win shown thaw sad WOnl blur strings tins newr been UotcntrU III IHHTI vletorInstolnoaatnkoring at n brttdt whrtl shown with three or confornmtu- and for slio style and for nil atroses lit Is II gnddlu lior with live dlitlnct Knits fast line netllll rocker good in two walks and lmddlinullwry postlvo In his lint under In hu ratie tfretit nil arou nil nctlon ns Is n quired for mi uptodnto silo Of high t lc1 sale horns lor n or harness Hols 1 sure enough hnrnr hnrt rwefultyll and n trtui show eighths In ISJj servo n SfH unit with but little htindlln dllllhla lust full one year ago IInlr rvlllil 11 tits In the spring Ho Is 11Oall of wooden nerve nml vnough to get n trotter Cor track use or gontloiiivn roadsters Inrg Iinmlxoine stylish hinvy and strong tlollllh to got cnrrliigo lIOn with a kindly dllll Ulou for sill purposes of n flllllll horse H U tliu borne to sire imrkcrs stylish gee tul milMtnnre nml docility ft lint Ingiven up by horsemen that III U one of Ihtl inosl uiiltorin lirvcdrr In Kentucky II typii liU silts after hlniscK tins nor alNt1 n sorrel colt The swat IIftbl hums 101 tho fnriiHT Hiid mmll bnwdrrto positive Ithe hors IKTWH the widest range oC purn uses well Ills colts nn show rolls of the wry highest tytw blue string wlnnoi from the oldest to the youngest SI of hi colts have boon odeml foriind ohl for In Hvernituof tfiuaml thoavfrugungoot thelll Is 1 years soil inonthi IKnioKrK Hired by henter Dnro 10 N IU It he Illnvk ttiulrrvl t4 he It JUnck ntlt b King Wllllimi h by Washington Dvnnmrk he by Oiilne lie II1n rk huby rnre hors 1ItIIIIInrk1t tI ho by llup 1I1 01 dnlll 1I1tlIIontI WlchlllJtU NollIi TII n he h lunch 311 he by Itywllcks UiiinblPtonlnn Dignity a1 and dons Is byAlMlallnh Me do- IifOilisVerntoul IIh daui Thoroulhhnd dnin Inullnt by Alma Forest wi- tTkawSUtgnlly Dnre will mnke the anon olti nt my stable In llustonvlllp Ky nt 25 to Insure n living colt when CItt Mnrcstrndrd or rvmovrd forfeit liiMirnm u nd money lnconiv due dud mutt tw 1111 nt time of such trnnwictton Mares nrtue nt UO per month nod bills to Ilalll In fore removal of pare Omln nt reasonable rate Mnres entrusted to m will receive my iKr onnl attention but I will tint lx responsible for nccld nti or r cnixs 1honv In rvsldiiicfl nt Iluitonvlll Ky D H CAltlKXTKU Cole Bird 40566 liny horse foaled itll llrwl hy 1t O I Cecil IrftnvllleKy- Hlr l liy Oetllltin Ohlcf Yri No Bier streof fljyfdroldn with rrconls of JSH or better by tVelllnn 111Ih sire of In lest 1st dnm Itlnlle KIIIW full sitter to low nil lii slrrofMatdUnntnlulassire- an1 of Xwlle Wllkr lly InnilxtUt Wllk l5Lsire of II with rrcords of S 10 or belle 2nd distil Kllle Jhivlsdnni of Ix rd Hunira lo i Iowan S 11i sire of Oninniurliu sir of IXodle Wilkes 2ltlnnd Yom Ikllu till II HorrUUIIinn r huw i 2i fly Itnl Wilkes i m No ITU sire of in nnd slreof the dams of Iii Knl dnm Nile Ihivls the dnm of one tint iluclni tout nml gnu dnm fool Multi no t ll1hoII1t1l tnnd ZOo die IIxIIIIIIr Alxlnlliil ttt No sire of Uuhblllllh Mnld III IUIII others 4th dnm liy Crofketts Ilillfounder- NOTKtVcllluil Chief SrrU lreil by Veil Inn 2 HA litdmu Ijidy Norrrttu 1111111111 of Itily JIHV stud Cecllliiu hlC f YisbeNnrvel2111isire of Countess Kv I Tide 5C SonlIl H YW lad WotlicM- 2nd iliini lonyto idol of fjnly Norvetti lii nnd llotiv iorlu nnd fulldeter In Inllettn Si tilt dlllll Ijuly YntestXIV lldDnwll S2I n ml Nertorlneithediini nf Nectoi Klectrlc iSt and Olga Klictrlo YYi rood Unto oUellhtll hhCt Ilziirro SIUHi by iuniMtn 1tllkes2151I- to Krenteit llvlna sire anti ddmi Nclur dlllll of lnllcttii tin 2 KV roil DrueteYYlstint grand lam o Indv Nor vrttiiZJitW tilt dlllll 01 Velllnn Chief fay nd Irsnru 2ltdt 11 Yntcs 25lt fertor ftlectrlp SfttOlKu Klectrle I tlidItn forht h Nail onl hi ro 01 nllli the gnnteetstruof brood husrs till and greatest living or dead sire of stiind nl horse- slthdnniinlOteulhtid hilt I fonts nil fe IIInij lid nil bntli grand duiu of Libert lull H lreofToinmv llrltton here Isnthis uolJrecbinnSIIr4und gruel IIItO of of Ijid IlitctiiljJiiiul Until til cud NfCturlm dlllll of two Gonyto dnm of two Itl ilesH iiKer Duroo No sire SI nud lili aURlitcrj have prcxliunl over fith duin liyiiclnth ot Mcrcn 2151 nd one other and grit ld dniiis of Mierr roll Miioeovlte 2 Euclid 2 aU ItliMln t SPi and others Hy Volunteer 65 sire of 3 ml liN tliumhlcri hove prodneHI 7f ilthdiimCliirndiilllof llextyr Ainu y cud Olio and lIlli duo tit AUn dll Inni J Sijk Dictator sire of Jay tt4OlJi and other and nlko Ijicly IVxtrr dlllll of Dexter 1rliuv by American Mho sirs of four nnd dniiii of tlHliiin McKlntry mare dam of Still rk T4inil uraiid diinnof Dexter Alma and leers CidlliinClilof tiiiaveyyoung horse Ylt hn hUll Oof hili records f jailor iHttiTiiicli niailtf when they worn hut old Inn wits the champion Iro of Worlds Fair winner In 1UO Ceclllan i full ItrothiT to Jennnot iCe ec111usS1215jfles1eeIla122- 1OIIiltu2stlui t1t I0Yh fired- IUanilwthl Ilk 111II IIrItt lit lit dnm Jeannlv V222 duin of i v idiin S JcnniUtti lecll IWI krlllin Y10 HMUs eclira 4SI aou idlccll le u 2201 ty Nutwoal iiiI1t ilrd ffreutest chrn living or lend and the fittest sire of brood nuns Unit hue ever teiireilMecoiul IInllllll1111I1hdlllll of Oiiin I1IIIIIIJlIlIltoiiiinn Ollutt M Norvllle Saiy Kininer ette tl Kininnretta J 2JU Condition 3 lJ damofCrvdvtte Si nnniliurst 2I7U linrles Vllkliuritt iaiiOriMhiln iyi1 and corKo flano tl z Ilj Aiuullu 1iarson l suji Ollnr loliUinlth Silt IxnulnXilMlroof one mid lamlirunettn dam of loldun Heal 111 by Administrator Sri sire of several IIncl dams of many ilrd dam Mary more dam of Cleveland tie and Stand damn of Hy Ilrt of two till duin liv Htcir Davis Kill dnm by Tout Orowllr Cvclllnii Is the sire of Ii In llIlId- nrd time and hits one daughter the dens of IIIIIt likely the youngest mural In tho greed hrood inn ro list lambfttn Wllkcs Is the cutest Hire of extreme IKI tin world has er known Htnnds second na the greatest sire of Ntanilard ions en and U the ureatest roof utiindiird horses llvliiK Ho was also thlt champion site of premium horses at tho- ItrlIt WorldH Fair IWcl Lol Hlrd nctl uiiKidiu finish nod nctlon III breeding he Is of thin very best and IIrlut- Iwt known to the rot II world Ills lilood 1e In every direction trace to the greatest nllli lest known to the trotting An I- IIrl he should Iw urcnt Jot Shot will tuna nt my stable nt SlO to urea living colt Ilcn rutnliud on nil Its until motley Is paid Money duo when mare Is traded removed or farted with Not resimnslble for nrcldunts or cs Gran nt tlffi per month U H CAIUKNTKII Huatonvllle Ky Good Clothes Dont Make a Man nut catHo lute bucinew and societytVo can clothe you to compelconsjdenluon then its nit to you to nmko good Look over hi our line before making your final decision Wo are showing nil tho new patternsfW E Perkins t ATTIC t IAt 1250 to insure a living colt Out of a sister to Fire Clay 230 Bay colt Standard Trotter Foaled JUOX Bred by Lister Wlthernpoon Versailles i Xrlun 18000 Record 2071 f sire of Nlco 2O Lonna 2 FlanellaI i lI1i Elision 217 Nanit- a2171CafIinti1 I 2ll 0 others and dam of Sa dloMao3J2lli 1 UenrlcttaMurla Ky Futurity Sister of Fire- Clay 2W i HI wtloneor J Sire of Anion oil Suno- l208h1aIo i 2MJ 167 others Alto andd atnsollllJ- ianette Dam of Arlon 2071 Oro Fino 218 etc ShawmutWI of Heconl22liira II and dams of 4 standard performer Mercedes Dam of Fire- Clay 230 grand lam of hard etta 2051 Capital 50000 reorlanlled Hntnlltonlnn 10 Mountain Maid dRill of Utin 30- Nutwood Emblem fal- 0Itecur121Nl Harry Cia 45 Record fJH- erbln by t Emma Arttburn l by Mnmbrlno- l aU hcn M lilt dnnl J II Hweet Owen thorouahl n di en1 dlllll fir lUlle tile Yr0 MtlrunlalyyittAlhdnultnthY Pngnurtnthdnut llultrrlly liy sump tort Jthilniu Marlu liy Imp UiuinnUMIidnm Irl vtli Unni liy Imp Jnnii OWNKU STAT i1NTtitle conies from one of the stoutest families In thortrotting register ono that gave the trotting turf that sensational race mare Harrictta 200 tho Transylvania winner of 1H03 This colt U a good ono and must seen to ho nllllrtClalctl Our great young stallion ALMONT VILKES will bo allowed to servo a limited number of approved mares at Till beauty U On in bcttu Wilkes dam Annlo 13 tho of thrco with records better than 220 Will also stand the splendid jack DEN BRIGHT at Si to Insure a living colt Ho Is lyeursold 15t hapda largo bono and great McCAUTV t CO Stanford Ky H the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January Ir 1906 24600000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J Q PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIREOTORS t J D OvrsLcr Stanford S II BIUNKR Stanford G W OAKTEH Turoerirllte W II Cv sins rreachersvllle I O Ooocii Warnesburg W H TIIAYUIII albeit Creek Its b IUuiiti Lancaster W O WALKMI Stanford J II KoSTEli Stanford W JI tlnAaKs8tahfard J II IAXTOX Hlanford We solicit the nccounts of Indlvlduiil Firms nnd ITuritorntlons hanks and- linukers11udarrprclwrsrlto furnlsli nil dexnltor such nccommodntlons ns urnrconsistent with sufe Imnklnn Modfrn Safety IKMKull lloxes In our vault for use of our Customers First National Bank Of Stanford Kyi Stock This Institution was originally established as tbe Deposit lank of ln 1131 then reorganised as the National Hank of Stanford in 1865 and agnln u the First National liatk of Stanford to 1881 having had practically an unlnter rupted existence for 43 It Is bettor supplied now with facilities for transact business promptly and well than ever before to It lonltana honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries nod Corporations Solicited Orchardil Green Hnmblclonlan Cuyler 100 lnuln121Y21 812M by style OFFICERS Officers J IIOOKEU Ptas BT HAIIKIS V 1res J7 UoUOIIEHTa Ohr W II WKAUKNAsjtOhn Directors V Reid Danville B T Harris Stanford J B flocks Stanford K L Tanner McKlnney M D Elmore Stanford S Ilaurhiuan Stanford T P dill Stanford Jai Robinson Hubble J II naugbtnan Stanford J M Pettu Stanford 0 K Tate Stanford rttt t ti 1sYou I J i If you need may Melal Root Paint or any Metal Hoof Paint dont roil to see mo for I have the liest node Guaranteed years when used ns directed Icd ouII Complete assortment It of Pumps at almost any price to suit Iu H ALDRIDGE IS Tinner and Plumber Depot Street Stanford III alnaee