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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STAMFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 18 1900 NO 18 k WAYNESBURG Formers are very busy now Bright Perrcll was at home Sunday Our produce man ships a carload al most every week The long talked of section houso Is about completed Tho four rural routes from this office t nro doing a good business Tho Maccabees and Woodmen are preparing to havo a picnic this summer Taylor Wesley recnrd keeper of the IfMaccabecs has received a check for claim of William H Soard Rev It R Noel filled his pulpit hire Saturday and Sunday and preached very Interesting sermons The Sunday school at this place Is the best we havo ever hadJoseph Phelps is visiting relatives in the West M G Reynolds has accept ed a position as general manager of tho branch house of tho Cumberland Groc cry Co at Monticello and expects to begin work June We will dislike to loose this good citize- nFortunate Mlssurlans When I was a druggist at Livonia Moe writes T J Dwyer now of Oraysvlllo Mo three of my custo mers were permanently cured of con sumption by Dr Kings New Dlacov t cry anti aro well and strong to dy Ono wu trying to sell his properly and movo to Arizona but after using Now Jl covcry a short time ht found It unnecessary to do DO I regard Dr Kings New Discovery as tho most wonderful medicine In existence Surest Cough and Cold euro and I Throat and Lung healer Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyno Bro Crab Orchard KINGSVILLE Mr Ferguson of Ludlow was here on business R M Newland and Supt Singleton of Stanford were hereTues day Messrs L M Reid and D C Allen of Hustonvillc spent Tuesday In Klngsvillc E W Crcighton went tfi Lexington Sunday Messrs Hugh Ev ails Laugh and White of Junction City were hero Sunday Born to the wife of Cicero Murphy a daughter IP you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling Ittry Whites Concen Itrated Crab Orchard Water It will do For sale by W B McRob errs G L Penny W N Craig Stan ford and C W Adams J G Weather ford Co Hustonvlllo J W Thompson Klngsville PARKEWS- HAIR BALSAM 1a t1 hilt nuM hiwtul rvtiL lien Fallo ttetcr liar itrir tan o- rOn 114 Iui i BLACK HAWK l Ithnnrfi Miuk with wlilt point will bo vtmriolil Jnu N tt tllabuwlnttforuulrr- 1iolnnr liviim cotu and Jonml for 11- wscnuuatnuu price Will nbo nil the Jim Iortcrjnrk l14V TON vnrn old li luiiul wllh IJiu IUUndI nod itn extra 1nu1i luck Tlino Ih volt hnvr nil 1yatliav Mnoki vrolauf Mirrtli ft to nxun n cul- tAltwoyonfgJnckruiilii Jyrur oliU win wrv n 11111111 nmiilwrof ni ntli nmrn lay II II KIMiMortlnnil Ky ROXSYE Itoxire will make the et on ot at- yams umce at 87 to Unure n live colt Itox tire about II hand high was ilrcd by Gtldneiri Od Giant ouo of the largest ucK In Kentucky mid hi dam was Orbt wells premium jennet cud It a ono mulo Jack Money dun In both crt when colt am toiled or mare parted with All earn taken to prevent accident or escape but not re sponsible any occur Lien retained on cobra According to lrw- Nlt 81UINKtKB Uowland Ky RED REX Iotiililnol Nlnllloiin ypHroMliwiuUfMl mir Mithrw white f11110 hued ultil our Inc- hIIItISIcnelltn Itt niiil linnding entitle nink a thoiMnt IKllllllllaHInIh lux li In lien MrlKiimlil by KtIIIUIkvtll1ht You IIHVP ton lhty horc toiippriClntv him Titlehure will till ullow a vdlciMnvrainiipnivjjliiiiinIUIYAI lnlllot- lIautIfotrldbrawna11ilra lllll in hmuUjt wilBlil la IMiumlii a line wull inn turwl Kiulillo liowo and n driver l l iiiiifirk lnxl h llinck Iltl citoiy llil Hlomwiill 1st lout by K curl in hy Old IViivIni ThH is n typo of tho urtddlo hor thai fort 11111111 lilt ixtlnct In Koiu t lucky Hre him nnd you will hriitl to him liVKliTl HlFIIMOKIi lie b n brown piitubiiuil itnlllon 6 Irll ohlIIt bond Thl Uiiliori with plenty action Dud and nprovwl I IKiMdiiKKHlnHl llovlimton ho liy ltmlnr Jim JIll It by Jenenil fluke jliVpOUTKIt nroy Jack IShaiuUtii butyl orof iiruvnlIIIIIrll ilK lilt bluo utrliiK coltM r t0 lnure- I11IIONOLItJlthlneklark UK hnnd k hnll mnilo MIVITH In thU county IIIIIIII n iiittlu Jack h llolit to nono SI IIIONHIIIFHhlntkJncklalouul Title In It IIlIcIINIIII1I1I11 lino and U an oxtrn gait Jack ufvliiK hloloIIMIIIIII1 of IIlIhl rtolntittofthrnlrcesiockwill niakelhera Miiiot IWMiitmy IIrlll IIII mllo rout Mo on tho McKlniiiy t ii hut ieburg siltId1In imylny tlmM n lu lOuryduolaIIIIcnetttllh nil the nUivo Htouk whtMi on imiro imrted l n tuiv furnUhod at u ron onablo rlretIt CIrll tnknn to prevent iircldcnm but not rll oCeu-rAilyonewlhingfern furUier podlgiio o- fnbytti ltIiig tow cltaN iitTi1FltIt tedClane Ky tw jIUBBLE Erastuj Floyd of Turnersvillc visit ed relatives hero SundayIEvery house In this community Is oc cupied and business started up in fine shape once more Addle Engleman a very respectable colored girl of this vicinity died last week of consumption Mrs Wm Bland is the first to have Spring chickens on the market having sold some at CO cents each James Hacklcy lost a horso from lockjaw A cow belonging to H C Walter fell over a cliff and was killed There will be no services at tho Christian church Sunday afternoon the pastor being engaged in a meeting at Ghent Mesdames L C King and Adam Kel ly are indisposed Mesdames Mattfe Buckloy of Kingman 0 and W C Eubankti of Paducah aro at tho bed side of Mr J W Eubanks who con tinues very ill The mine on B W Givens farm is now Lclng developed by a Louisville company Three carloads will be shipped at onco to be tested Should it prove valuable as we expect Hubble will soon be a great commercial center Bona and Edgar McKechnie who have been attending school at Harri man Tcnn aro expected home this week Mrs A J Ilico and Miss Ethel Carman of Lexington are guests of their parents Mr and Mrs Alex Car man Mrs Nancy Pierce of Wayne county is visiting her daughter Mrs J H Weaver BACK TO OLD KENTUCKY In tho beauty of our pastures Our waving bluegrass fields In the grandeur of our mountains To nono Kentucky yields In her valient sons and daughters Of culture beauty worth We have the proudest heritage Vouchsafcd to men on earth What wonder then Home Coming Week Among such kith and kin 7 It is Bock to Old Kentucky The start will soon begin And when they come well open with The doors and windows too We will pour them out Old Bourbon Well hand them Mountain Dew Well saddle up the thoroughbred Well kill the fatted calf Well give them wholesoul welcome Do nothing by the half Our lads and lassies with rich voice Will sing in glad refrain It is back to Old Kentucky We welcome you again J N S u TonnAcco HBAKT COMMON It Is estimated that JO per cent of tho young men recently applying for ad mission to the naval academy at An napolis failed in tho physical examina tion because of what physicians call tobacco heart This disease is brought about by excessive Indulgence- In smoking and is of very gradual though riot less dangerous growth Its symptoms are not apparent to the victim and it is only when he applies for life insurance or admission to the naval or military school that he becomes aware of his disease Tobacco heart means a weakened organ A well known Englishman who recently visited in America declares ho has never seen smoking carried to suchex cess as in America It Is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold How often ilo wo hear it remarked Its only a cold and u few days later learn that tho man Is on his back with pneumonia This is of such com mon occurrence that n cold however slight should not bo disregarded Chamberlains Cough Homed coun teracts any tendency of a cold to re stilt in pneumonia and hits gained Its treat popularity anti extensive sale by its prompt cures of this most common ailment It always cures and is pleasant to take For sale by Dr W N Craig tho popular druggist at Stun ford ICy Dr Smalldoso I expect to be very busy in June Dr Paralyzum Why 7 Dr SmalldoseSo many Kentuckians will be seeking tho Homepaths- Dr Pnralyzum If things are so crowded some will havo to take the al leypaths CORNS CuiiED Corn Exit will positively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and wo absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whoso corns arc not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky The State HomeopathlcMedical Society Is convened an at Lexington t NEWS NOTES Booker Washington advises his race to spend less on funerals The wife of Representative L F Johnson is dead at Frankfort Mat Bundy badly wounded Tom Gray in a pistol fight in Clay county All the savingsbanks of San Fran cisco will reopen for business May 28 Cdrporal Tanner says that the Fed eral soldiers of tho Civil War are dying at tho rate of 5000 a month The Standard Oil Company has again advanced the price of gasoline be cause of the greatly increased use on Browand until recently postmaster at Kendallvillc Ind committed suicide while despondent over his removal- J M Shuster of Chicago whip umplnng a baseball game was struck and kicked into insensibility by Left Fielder Clark Two trainmen were killed in a wreck on the Monon railroad at Fowlerton Ind and one trainman met death on tho Wabash at Buffalo N Y Maj Barak G Thomas the Nestor of Kentucky racing breeder of Domino andHimyar and founder of the famous Dixiana stud died in Lexington Rufus Combs of Midway will receive ono of tho Carnegie medals of fered for bravery He will be the first Kentuckian to receive such a medal On the ground that it would be sacrilege the City Council of Topeka Kos has refused to allow a circus performance there on Decoration Day A San Francisco widow with nine children destitute from tho recent dis aster has come into a largo estate through her fatherinlaw in Sweden Andrew Carnegie is the man who has conditionally promised 1000000 toward the erection and endowment of a united fine arts federation in New York City Five miners were torn to pieces and 12 badly burned by an explosion of dy namite in the Shenandoah City Colliery of the Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron Co Dr John D Woods prominent phy sician of Bowling Green died Suddenly He had heart trouble and had known for five years that he might drop dead at any minute- While attempting a trip to Coney Island in a balloon Leo Stevens and Tracy Tindell were thrown against the palisades on the New Jersey whoro and dumped into the Hudson river Mayor Boehne of Evansville has sued an order to the police to arrest every person smoking cigarettes The Judge of the Police Court announces that he will dismiss all such cases All overtures for a peaceful compromise of the controversy over tho con trol of Zion City were called off and Voliva and his associates have decided to fight for sujlromacy In the courts An itinerant preacher named Acker man his wife nnd seven children the eldest about 14 years old were killed and their bodies cremated in their home which wits fired by tho assassins near Milton Fla- W E Monroe Sr now in jail at Alexandria in connection with alleged attempted bribery by Campbell County officials has asked a writ of habeas corpus denying the right of Judge Derry to keep him confined James II Clark n telegraph operator of Chamblce Ga crazed by drink and disappointment in love In less than 21 hours killed one man severely wounded three others clubbed a fifth with a shot gun set lira to a house and then committed suicide John Clark a young man of North Middlctowri while one of a fishing party enjoying a picnic was crushed to death on the big wheel of a watermill Ills mangled body was found by his companions some time after they had missed him He was fishing under the mill when it was started without warn ingThe Supreme Court of the United States upheld the right of the State to revoke tho license of any insurance company which asks for the removal to the Federal Courts of any fuit brought originally in the State courts The decision also holds that a foreign insurance company is completely under the control of the State and the license may bo revoked at any time whether tho reason is a good one or not Postmaster Robbed O W Fbuts Postmaster at lUver ton In i nearly lost his life and was robbed of all comfort according to his letter which says For 20 years I hats chronic liver complaint which led to such a severe caso of jaundice that oven my finger nails turned yellow when my doctor prescribed Electric Bitters which cured mo and have kept me well for 11 yours Sure cure for Biliousness Neuralgia Weakness and all Stomach Liver Kidney and Bladder derangements A wonderful Tonic At Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard fiO cents LANCASTER The officers of the Garrard County Fair Association aro putting forth ev ery effort to make the exhibition Jo ven a greater success this year than it was last The dates are July 18 19 and 20 Edgar Chadwell T F Chadwell and W N Payne the young men who were injured in the railroad accident last Sat urday afternoon will file suit through Herndon Swinebroad and J M Roth well for heavy damages The LancaaterKnlghts Templar will leave Tuesday morning for the conclave at Paris They have leased one of the handsomest residences In that city and will make It their headquarters during the several days of festivities Wm Christopher bought a horse of Charles Coulter for 35 Leroy Sowder sold a sow to L Dell for 2250 J N Cress bought 10000 pounds of wool at 28 to 30c J P Rogers sold two year ling cattle to J L Ilutchins for 45 John Wagers sold 180 acres of land ly- Ing near Point Lcavcll to Sweeney Morgan for 12000 Rev C S Ellis has returned from a few days visit in Chattanooga Mrs Omer McKinney of Lebanon is with relatives here Miss Newell f Som erset it the guest of Miss Phronie Fox for a week W B Burton and John Farra left Tuesday for Louisville Lex ington and Cincinnati on fair business Miss Pattie Elmore of Versailles is with Miss Norma Elmore during com mencement week Mrs Louis Landram and Miss Altle Morksbury left Thurs day for a visit to Mrs J M Staughton at Middletown 0 Editor Landram ac companied them as far as Cincinnati Mrs M D IJughcs has returned home from a several months visit to her daughter Mrs Percy Noland at Seat tle Wash Branham Beazley has re turned from a short business trip to LouisvilleCHURCH MATTERS Rev L M Omer will preach at Crab Orchard next Sunday at 11 oclock Tho Rt Rev Edward Henry Bicher steth D D Bishop of Exeter is dead The Methodist Conference in session in Birmingham suspended a minister for six months for kissing a woman The Loyalist petition for an in junction restraining the proposed union of tho Cumberland Presbyterian and Presbyterian churches will be filed to day at Decatur III There will be no preaching at the Christian church next Sunday morning on account of the Baccalaureate ser mon at the Presbyterian church which will bo delivered by Rev Gilbert Glass A dispatch says that nearly one fourth of tho entire population of Hind man have confessed their sins and join ed the Methodist church under the pow erful sermons of Revs Thurman of Covington and McClure of Whitcsburg Not if asbleb As Rockefeller If you had alt the wealth of Rocke feller the Standard Oil magnate you could not buy a better medicine for bowel complaints than Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemetty The most eminent physician can not prescribe a better preparation for colic and diarrhoea both for children and adults The uniform success of this remedy has shown It Lobe superior to all others It never falls and when reduced with wateranil sweetened Is pleasant tp take Every family should lie supplied with it Sold by Dr W N Craigthepopular druggist at Stanford =TwnsTvFtvn dollars in gold as a first prize and 10 as the second will be given at Lebanon on the evening of July 4th by the Central Kentucky Chautauqua Assembly Ifwill be known as the prize elocutionary contest and candidates from the counties of Boyle Mercer Lincoln Marion Adair Green Taylor Washington Nelson and LaRue are eligible to enter Contest ants will be chosen by lot or contest in each county and all entries must be sent in June 15th Thoso desiring to compete should write at once to Thomas M Cornelison Secretary Lebanon for full particulars Deaths from Appendicitis decrease in tho samo ratio that the use of Dr Kings New Life Pills increases Thoy savo you froth danger and bring quick and painless release from consti pation anti the ills grWlng out of UI Strength and vigor always follow their use Guaranteed by PennI Drugstore Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard 2oc Try them The statement is made by the Typographical Journal the official publica tion of the International Typographical Union that the strike for an eighthour day had cost the union 01227764 to Ayril 24 And it is not won yet Tho Standard Cowmpdny has issued a long address to its stockholders reiterating its previous denials of the charges recently made in the report of Commissioner of Corporations Garfield TRY OUR Riding cultivators b J I Case and Brown Both Have The Latest improvementst W H HIGGINS Special Price on Buggies and Buggy Harness CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY rsno BOYS LOW Correctly Cut is the reason why our Suits are so comfortable Prices 1 to 4 Spring Very and- attractive Amer leader know better price Reliable styles attractive strictly I Robinson Stanford SAM Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY Money k By buying your Refrigerators Wa ter CoolersFreezersScreen Doors Window Screens and Screen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting Hardware Groceries c from i George D Hopper Stanfor Ky A Craig Heroin Compound Craigs Heroin Compound A WHEN BABY FIRST BEGINS TO SNEEZE GIVE Craigs Heroin Compound IT CUf ES THAT HOARSE AND CROUPY WHEEZE AND STOPS THAT RATTLING SOUND 25c 50c AND 100 SIZES A- TCRAIGS DRUG STORE KENTUCKY SQUJRREL Combined Mnlllon 0 ycnri ol1a lxhutlul eau whltit foot 10 hand UIRIi hluli ntyltnctfon MxuniMl linMllus which cull ilrIlliln to with the it11tlllurpMlnll by WocMI Siiilrrvl 1st dam hvTIiwKliiK a ton of Hllvvr Klnvr bv IHI by Htowiwnll Jiirknon illh- hlo great sluw hone M lam by the full oiis CnliUllx lA lnuti stoat Hqulrivl ilrttl by Hhick Hiiulrrol US lie by Illiuk Kimle by Kln Will 07 dean h HU I lqaxldamthetlnntotFnsleltlnlhe- by Htnr Kimlc tlu lnsl 001l0 liiutoti him Miiuil V No 41 by JHihinii imliiKcr AI tlnui Klllo iiroitiluiii smlclln mum by VuiiMdiT Wnxy f y llirtluinc halt lirothortii tlm race liorv U toll Uith out of Alice OnriwnlHllver Klug wits by On flats niul out of it marc liyOabMIVi IIIIIJI ton Tho Klmj wet n hut horu nml well lirwl Kiiiturky Hinlrr l will seryc mann lit flOtoliiMinMi Ilt In colt DANDY J hlnrfc liiukfi ycur old lljj JMiundiiIMlINOKJnMllltK 10 liniiiU nod ono Inch hlKli roiiilnit yens old thU woltf JIM iMiiiliiU wiiiiHlnil h JllackClomlholiy Tom Kwni Allvofth llllvu slgekvIII nmko the HIISOII lit liw nt my llrli till from Htimtonl Orchll1 iilkn nail IlluITtrl 11111lIIhlteus In 11141KurllllllIllitTrndliiK mnro fjIKIIlhlltty for nccltliijt W II nUDDKUAU Uowlnnd Ky I a 4 q sens bit tjffAll Shoe for our Ii61tnof no shoe the C for1 to OQ the best Sam Ky ROBINSONN- ext Save DORSEY GOLDDUST 12052 Full Brother to Estelle 2i9 J4 Sired by Zilcadi Golddust 4400 by Gold dust ISO and he by Vermont Morgan Dcrsey Golddusts grand dam on sires side was by the Imp Arabian Stallion ZilcadI His dam is Florence by Golden Mingo Chief a son of Galls Morgan making him intensely inbred Morgan stal lion descending from Justen Morgan on both sides The best f milyof road horses ever known Dorsey Golddust is a dark dappled bay full 16 hands and Weighs 1200 pounds a proven and uni form breeder of highclass roatl and Has tern horses combining all the qualities for saddle and harness and are in demand at prices Doth the champion saddle and combined gelding Horse Shows of 19045 Jack ODiamonds stands to his credit Ten of his colts sold recently for 10250 and 1500 was refused for a walktrot mare by him Hisaservices are olTered for less than any horse of his producing qualities in Kentucky 11 Will stand at my farm 2 j miles from Stanford on the Hustonville pike at 20 to insure a living colt F REID Phone psi Danville Ky t I t p J t The Interior Journal E C WALTON JUDGE JOHN WHUGHES of Mercer li a candidate to repro sent the Eighth Congressional district ot Kentucky In Congress to succeed lion Q O Gilbert subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party THE Christian church is the greatest force for good in the world It is doing more for peace order and gov ernment than all other influences com upotour abreast of our national needs Spending sums annually which would impover ish many governments in preparing to vindicate the national honor upon and sea should occasion require Bu we find in the quiet influence of the church a more potent agency for the preservation of international peace than the strongest military and naval forces of the most powerful govern ments upon this earth The church de mands that the cruel sacrifice of life and property by war shall cease It insists that the methods of adjusting differences between nations shall bo an improvement upon the old methodof settling disputes between barbarous peoples The church stands with in telligent firmness for determination of international questions in the tribunal of reason It believes in the potency 4ofmoral suasion It believes more in efficacy of debate in the supreme chamber where justice presides than in the appeal to might which is made upon the field Great indeed is the church and its influences REPORTS to the Southern Baptist convention in session at Chattanooga show a wonderf increase of the denomination since the General Conven tion was organized in 1845 The mem bership was 250000 now there are 5 000000 Baptists in this country 4000 000 of them in the South Contribu tiona have kept pace with the member ship Those to foreign missions during the 61 years by the churches represented in the convention have been over 4250000 and to home missions over 3250000 The contributions to mis sions and the value of church property are four times what they were 40 years ago and twice what they were 20 years ago THEY all do it Senator Hale declar- edf that he had been converted to the principle of Senator Baileys amendment to prohibit the circuit courts from enjoining the Interstate Commerce Commission After this brief show of partywithprobablylearned dentI r CANDIDATE for the Republican nomination for Governor in Pennsyl- vanIa is offering the State newspapers 10 cents a line or 80 cents an inch to print the argument in favor of his nomination issued by his press bureau and they are falling over each other to accept it The power of the press is great when that sort of backing is offered it THE New York State Insurance De partment has the figures to show thatI the net total loss by fire in San Fran cisco was 113441595 of which 19 670096 were in foreign companies Most of the will pay and not try to get out on technicalitiesI A IOVE sick Boston youth failing to get the daughter to marry him suc ceeded in getting the mother to become his wife She is more than double his age and will doubtless take advantage of the mother prerogative to lay him across her lap and spank him ifhe doesnt behave A DEMOCRAT has just been sworn in as treasurer of Pennsylvania the first of his party since 1899 He takes in with him a new set of clerks relieving many who had come to think that they held the office by the divine right ofj kings A BUFFALO physician claims to have discovered that the strawberry season is marked by a great increase of insan ity What will the doctors find nextll A LOCK of Charles Dickens hair sold the other day for 100 A lock of John D Rockefellers would bring 10 times that amounthe ha none- POLITICAL Senator Carmack of Tennessee rays ho is out of politics R S Rose present representative from Whitloy county will run for Con gress against D C Edwards 1 Brig Gen John C Tiddall retired first governor of Alaska and formerly commandant at West Point is dead The motion to strike out of the Naval t Appropriation Bill in the House the provision ford big battleship was lost yeas 93 nays 129 The consideration of the Railroad Rate Bill in committee of the whole was concjuded Wednesday and the measure was then reported to the Senate where there will be opportunity to review and alter all the heretofore made i r The Senate committee on Interoceanic Canals voted in favor of constructing a sealevel canal Senator Carmacks return from Tennessee broke the deadlock which occurred at a former meet ingAn essay on the pitchfork seems to be due from the President now It la giving him much more trouble than the muck rake Senator Tillman seems to have Mr Roosevelt in a holeFrank fort Journal beentstand for reelection says that heis de termined not to make the race Ho morenWashington A satirical amendment by Leader Williams of the minority amused the House It provides for naming the Dreadnaughttfora contest between the two with the President and Cabinet as chief guests The South Carolina Democratic con vention adopted a resolution approving the course of Senator Ben R Tillman in the United States Senate Resolu tions condemning trusts were also adoptedand President Roosevelt was roastedfor what was called abreach of faith IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Capt Kinsey Smith of Louisville is dead at the home of his daughter in Leigh Robertson brother of Messrs Rufus Alfred and Archie Rob ertson of Danville is dad at Mays villeAt the Danville depot William Cook dealt James Vaught a tearful blow on the head with a hatchet crushing his skull Ned Gibson died at his homo near Junction City as the result of pneu monia A wife and several children survive him Miss Cora Troutman daughter of a prominent Eastern Kentucky physician attempted suicide at London by swal lowing poison Walter Britton and Luther Herron charged with killing Walter Stotts at Harrodsburg will have their trial Tues day Fifty men have been summoned from Anderson county to secure a jury The mandate of the United States Supfeme Court in the Caleb Powers case was filed in the Federal Court at London Wednesday and an order en tered directing that Powers be trans erred from the jail at Newport to the Georgetown jail J Beecher Adams the wellknown real estate agent of this city had an experience while driving to Hustonville a few days ago that he will not soon forget When about five miles from town he encountered a groundhog which ran across the pike just ahead of him Mr Adams jumped from his buggy and gave animal running him aboutyards through a meadow When he got within a few feet of his hogs hip it turned and made straight for Mr Adams with open mouth and tusks shining Had Mr Adams not been as good a sprinter as he is he might have had a few wounds to remind him of the affair Advocate + A MOST pleasant occasion was the Cosby family reunion which occurred Saturday at the home of Mrs Jennie- C Wolf The family of nine composed- of four brothers and five sisters were all present This included Mr EC Cosby Junction City Mr J W Cosby Covington Rev B F Cosby Washington John Ingram Cosby Cincinnati Mrs T J Hill Stanford Mrs W T Tucker May wood Mrs J F Kelly Dayton Mrs W S Bernard Dayton and Mrs J C Wolf The dining room was beautifully decorated with ferns and carnations The dinner in four courses included all the delicacies of the season The next reunion will be with Mrs TJ Hill at StanfordAd vocate No Quarter The evils which always follow after indigestion biliousness or constlpa tion will glvejio quarter Better tight them ton finish with Dr Caldwells laxative Syrup Pepsin It f9aweapon against these dangerous diseases wliich will give you quick relief and permanent cute Sold by Pennys Drug Store Stanford C W Adams Hustonville at COc qnd 81 Money back if it fails Here and There t A young woman named Miss Delk was given a sentence of five minutes in jail at Russellvillo by a jury on the charge of larceny Four companies of militia have been ordered to Coeymans N Y to sup press rioting between striking brick makers and nonunion men A Mountain of Gold could not bring as much happiness to Mrs Lucia Wilke of Caroline Wis as did one 25cbox of Oucklons Arnica Salvo when completely cured a running sore onlher leg which had tortured her 23 long years Greatest antisep tie healerofliles Wounds and Sores 25o at Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard r NOTICE r I Wo will on WtUN nIt TIImw offer for nlt bur llll llhK Thl s IHII Holler llIurllllt UuIcnpaclty4011arrel on the Nnnlyko k Mormon HyMcni iniiclilti tryearlynew This Mill Hlso consists ut a ltIOrullIruI1IIcJlTOHilsheU Kevd per day all In llmt class nut illtlon unit Mtuated on railroad track Burn side hit a poplntlon t f IHU Inhabitant not then U no within nillosQur rea son for at Uowlnu loollrhealth fulllnii AnvoiKKlcHlroiMOflhlsklnd of iiroporty would writ to Investigate It it Ucoinit tonOII It operation mid Mr McKechnlo will takr pleasure In show It to who Is Interested nnil wil- leullntlhOtllll Inquiries liy null will answered TKIIMH KAM- YMcKKCIINfK IIKOH linrnsldc Ky Notice- HHiCK TojSTY JUIMIK HTANKOKD KT M AT 2 HIM Tho sheriff will ttoglii colletUnit taxes alwiit Juiui lit anil a mutter of Informa tion for the rtvorMerii of dirt roiuli innko thU utatenient of tlui pad low which hUll uohiMtlllnmill oVcrtovni thnll Ix exempt from nrvlce on Juries mind from poll tiix for road and 1r1lormfur whOITlIo c lw Until from 15 to alb Tm coiniHtihiUlim mind the only compensation t- o8Alrtttuuloyrrsarlchlpoll lux which ho dots not pay In Inlor Oil tnt road or In mon ey nml when till Mierllt nutkesl Kcttlomcnt bytllrer POSTED trlctlyrurbldprosecuteviolatorMrs Kate Ador Relchenbe ch Urns VonO4uenlgonAlbertVonfrueniganFred Alfred Simpson George Holme MM Mattle II lIe we F Relchenbach Oharlei Oummlni Joi HalloU A 0 Dunn 8 M Holmes DauphertjMPeter W barter J Nerln Carter Mrs Hayden Welch A D Hoot J E Bruce W F Ebomaker Tboma Ierrlll Green Ferrlll F J Conn John li Oamenlicb Sam Trowbrldge Peter Balmer Charles Ennlln Frank Oordler John Meier Samuel Llndiev Jacob Oacder Sirs Alice Lytle David Stephen Mary Hoffmann L P Nunnelley 1 W Baughman CnrlttenH GrajiqnJ J O Carpenter Jacob Jfsiweln Sam Dameroo Mrs M J Athlock WHITES PURITY GUARANTEED Splits Splits SPLITS What Is Splits Find Out Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Splits Made ff Epsom Water Carbonated Stops the Dope Habit It is easy Try our Diamond Brand Splits For salt at Drug Stores Soda Fountains Cafesand Saloons Price lOc Per Bottle t Whites C C Water Company Inc Crab Orchard KY ELECTION NOTICE I Lincoln County Court A regular frill held nt thf iourtboun In Htniifonl Kvon Monday May II Lts TIll Ilnnonililv Itl Wnrriit I rillliiirJuIrc- In tin of M D Klinorcit nl rill n locnl option Ilootlon Thl day cana 1L U flIIol and QIII hllll Iced nnd llvuiUV other iKtltloncr w nlr iiiinioHiipiMnroh the rwUtlon IIiMlutuforin vr term of thlconrtt thvniAlvtitcIt Iziiu nnil reldents of Htunfoiil Lincoln lounty Ky over SI years of pur nnil Ivisul nttiirnvy nll ltnutrlltherollrtlnonlcrdint nil ilec tlon held In tin1 wild town of Htnnfonl nq Junup List rill till purNlu of tnuinit tilt nM of tin IcKnl voters ofwilil town tho proposition whether or not splrltoous vliKiun nnil malt liquors shall Ixt Bold Uir tend nnd loiintHl tlicrrln Anil It nppoiirliiK from prfMtf heiiril thftt the lOgimtunw to t nnil that the- numisroluldalgnntunltlrr Blntnr th uSrxrrento tint votes runt at tin Inst rloctlon held In ii for the sold town of Stniifonl the wild jMtltlon UlnK leneil by Km and the hlnlient iniiiilxT i f votelllrIlOIl last Blwtlon lifld In mill rill tint town or Htnnfonl 1111 ni mind It further apiKiirliiit from proof licard that till xr wlio nnniiit nn nluiUMl to wild pitl IInn art nnil lroJ lit the time ultlzonH writ resident of the town of Htnnfonl over 31 elecdonsUonlenil tlmt on Juno liml mi vlcotton luld In till town of htnnfonl nfTiro talil tIIIhltllluulltliquororLincolnnth nnd every vutlnu place In cash anil JueOIi111hrtIIIlItthin of thlM order In time INTka111111o1111NA1- a iiew pnK r piihluiiwl in Htanford in fmhand Ivory Issue thereof for not loss thnn two prlllhtihlln1Hpkuous II aces In mid town for not less than hovethen11ertIBNllultttttluniilcnleriil In the INTKUIOU Jninivvinnd iHittitl within seven ilayu after thu n cilnt liv him of tliN tHtrlltlonond for thu tyofHlurtfontIneach- nndevervtothtgpincemnd precinct there who are or IeellollIlIrhrgistratlonlkxokreKJtorwl Thcmherlrr will mlvertlMi this the time ami places where It wlU la held In Ilko manner the flection hurohycalUil Is required to Ixi nil vertlned A COOPEIIOlerk NOTICE I will until May livnn suit funitly prlvll getonw Olympian water at spring llvi month for to MIIIIO r uinie water to points whom I do not have to nlilp Oil U nllt SIMI lr cn ot cnlloni Try n caw Address V M IL K D No1 lox 82 Hmtonvllle K- YA S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsloy Building NEW LIVERY STABLE 1USZX A CLABSSOH Erin s JUNCTION CITY KVf- lritClMi Turnout at Reasonable Ratel Special Attention to Traveling Men Onto sad Hay Bur Salll WayntibiKf Mwblt and Gran Its Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Denier In and Manufacturer of Granite Monuments Marble lUiUwl Letters n Hpeclnlty Glues and work Wayne lurc llulgvtt A lIt Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard Ky Wo nre prepared to wrlto Insurance YfeAccident Fire or And solicit the liunlnemi of tho cltlteni of the East End Nonu but tho best coiujmn let rvprtfnteU Office with Crab Orchard Banking Co have n talk with us before placing your insurance of renewing old pollllev List your property with us and we sell It for you cbnrglns you only a ininll per cent NABOTH By Naboth bay fourtearsold and a much finer honetban hlntreo well kuown In this part of the Stto a a breeder of peed style and durability Dam Nora No- rvalbrNorallltll4 a son of Electioneer IIS Nora a Ont dam by Metropo11 tan son of Hambletonlan 10 sire of Oeo Wilkes and Electioneer Sd dam by Mam brlno Starlight 3rd dam by Oliver dam by Wagner 5th dam by Imp Tranbv IItb dam by Thornton Rattler A splendid In dividual with a pedigree ai Sue a any horses Stands high and weighs IJOO pounds Will make the season ai O ncarPrecbenllle at when maro to Insure Is traded orparted with or bred doe to another horse The black jack JKBAUGHMANby Tarkingtons season at the sauna pace at flO to insure a thing colt He b 16 2X blgb and has proven a good breeder Mares grazed at I30 per month which In all case must paid before they are re moved Uare taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur J 5L k n 0 IETTU5- Preaehersville Ky LINCOLN SQUIRREL Red bay black points Wt hand high heavy mane and tall buck with long craney tapering neckwell set In hlRti mount ed shoulders a combined horse bead and ear on him a model under halter wonderful In harness a show horse sure j bu Is a saddle horse with live dlnlnct gaits fast acting racker good In two walk and nlro lopes very postive tn hl trot under saddle and In harness great all around action required for an lo date sire of high price sale horses for saddle or liarnemi tin Is a sure enough harness horse graceful styhLb and tAt Lincoln Squirrel was It by Marlon Squirrel 808 by old King rel 158 he by Eagle 74 he by William 67 Marlon s lit dam Green Mountain tIS dam by Huge Edwin Forest Llncon Squirrels lit dam Kate McOalliter Metsengcr Ilreei a full brother to Maudo MeB encer record 216 Zd darn Marla Depoe by Mambrlno Sint light a full brother to Lady Thorn ZiSli 3rd dam Molllo Crow by Ileum Yorkshire thoroughbred HlaCk his grand- sire Is the sir Lof more noted saddle bones than any otheruorse In the world such as Highland Denmark Chester lIre and Ited Squirrel Lincoln Pqulrrel will bo allowed to serve it fejr good mares tho season of 1006 at llcaiey llroV livery barn at 11250 to Insure e colt Ihone bStanford Ky THE WARFIELDT- rial 224 Trotting Dark bay stallion 15 3K hands foaled August 1901 bred by Village Farm Hast Aurora New York Sired by Dare Devil 24528 record 209 sire cf The Beau Ideal 2i5Ji Son of Mambrino King 1279 sire of Lord Derby Nightingale Melallas The Lord March Lady of the Charles MockManor IleiratLaw ling ing Boy Mercees all with recorJs under 2o3First Dam Naughty Girl by Rex 2nd dam Duerrrm by bDobNuloodmore 6th dam dam Ned by Edwin Forest 7th dam La dy Turner by roramhrlno Chief The Warfield was worked only 90 days last season and showed a 224 clip overdFIe sound andedlegs and kind easy ness one that will stay and trot all day lIe will make the present season at our farm near McKinney at to insure a llrestraded 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 living colt lIe 1s4years- old i5t hands high black ints hoe bone and action and a treat Individual You should see this tine jack before you breed- S M OWENS SON Mcfcinney Ky 4 f a t T I BT HTS1 I setae ae I+There istcthing more necessary to a well dressed man his HEADGEAR QualityIcounts for Nothing unless you also have theISTYLE We think we can please almost ery class of dressers from our present well S 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 for 150 and 2 and all the cheap fellows from 5c to 1 STETSONS you all know we carry them in three grades 350 t 45O and 5 The new derbies and soft telescopes in various shades and dimensions lrt H J McROBBRTS J STANFORD KENTUCKY V j t PENNYS DRUG STORE New Stock PARIS GREENl Let us Supply You HN PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky I allrtiCallIIoy lack Good for roast turkey hnm etc Workson top of stove ns well in oven j GEORGE H FARRIS 0f I t Stanford Kentucky NAPOLEON lack Jnek lr hand high Vnnslrcd by TarklnKtons Mnpolopn dam Hinck- Jlllwk Not who wasn son of Htlgnirs Onln ho by Peter AlUnck Hawk NI duns by lov Wood VIIUorvomnresut 111 to Instiru n living colt TmdliiK tho nlarn forfelln tho Insuranco iiceldenti Nuvwoonsstu Ky t i I f J IAlIIIIHIHIt Ntt l t 1 Va ii Laces 5 1I t ViVo will fchow you over nJiunilrcd patterns in Mcclnin Vat nml Itound- Mjreh Vnl Lnccp They lire the correct thing for trimming nil wljito and uneh mntcrinle v fNcw patterns just in II Ji y STANFOUD KY MAY 18 1901 ADELICIOUS Ice Cream Soda at Penny Drug Store I PERSONALS r Miss LUCY llAtt fa rapidly convalesc Ing Mns B W GAINS of Lancaster Is with friends hero REV S M LOGAN of Wllmore has Joined his family here MR CEO H EUJS Is at homo fron Cincinnati for n few days liON J N SAUNUEU8 was at Mt Vernon on business yesterday HENRY MIGHT HAYS was at tho Somerset street fair this week MRS W J ASTON has returned fron a several days stay in Cincinnati Mns J It NUNNEILFY left Wedncs day for St Louis to visit her sister Mns Jons COSBY and children ot Cincinnati Bro with Mrs A C Hill Mss PETER STIUUII went to June lion City yesterday to visit relatives MRS W T TUCKER who has bee visiting in Danville has returned homo MRS W H BACIJY and son Duncan of Covington arc with her mother here MR W P GRIMES Is back from Lot + don where ho has been doing jury scr vice MRS W S UnnSAim and handsome of Dayton 0 arc at Mr T 3hills Miss ELJZAIIETII HAWKINS of Corbin was a passenger on Tuesdays southbound train- srs MRS MOLUE PREWITT came up trot Ixmlivillo to attend tho burial of Mr 1 W P Tate MRS AEo GODWIN and pretty little daughter of Nashville aro with Mrs James Illbb- MR AND MRS B J BETHURUM ot- I Mt Vernon were hero Wednesday en t ropto to Somerset MR AND Sits JJtANK IIOGO ot Can clnnatl are witn Mrs George Martin In tho Sauflcy section MR ANn Mns J C HATS aro at Eureka Springs Ark for the benefit of tho forms health Mns A C AIFORO continues to lm I 1 prove and her doctors think she has a good chance to get well MRS CICERO KKYNOUW left Wednes day for Hoopcston to visit Her brother Mr W AFlint MRS JOliN L GRUNDY who camo up to attend tho burial of Mr W P Tate h returned to Lebanon yesterday Mns VANNIE MARTIN of Bourbon Is with Mrs Gcorgo Martin in tho Saufley section for tho summer r MRS BETTIE BROADDUS and Mr Will 1 Broaddus left Tuesday for Purcell I I T to visit Mr Armp Droaddus and yUeIhv B F CosnY of Washington Ky and James D Cosby of Coving ton were guests of their sister Mrs T J MIIJI D PADGETT representing Harry Jacobs monument house at t Waynesburg orders was hero Tuesday hunting MRS L M GOODKNIOHT orders her paper changed from New Orleans to Franklin at which place she will spend I thesummcr MR A 11 SEVERANCE and little son Heath of Corbin and Mr Sam W Severance of Louisville wero guests of Mr Wilt Severance t REV NATIIAN SINGLETON and wife of Wnynesburg have been visiting their children Mrs J B Gooch anti I Supt Garland Singleton Mn AND MRS C W LOVELL of Stanford are visiting Mrs Ada Dawes t Mrs W H Brady and chldrenof Stan feud are visiting relatives in tho city Somerset Journal MR JOHN L TANNER formerly of McKinney but now a resident of Spo kane Wash has our thanks for a batch of circulars etc telling of the wonders of that growing Western city Mit AND MRS J IL BAUGIMAN left I 4Wednesday for San Francisco and oth er points On their return they will stop at Yellowstone Park Pikes Peak Colorado Springs and oth er places of Interest They will be ab sent some live or six weeks MRS THEO SHULTZ and little son LouIs of Joliet III arc visiting tho 11 home of JII Reynolds near Moreland Reynolds and daughter Miss Nellio fMraro his daughter Mrs R S and other and re latives In Newport and Cincinnati l LOCALS Stanford PLANTS for sale E L Reinhart i NICE cleaned German millet seed fir sale E T Pence No1 Jersey cow with young calf for sale E T Pence FOR SALE Clean stock of dry goods and grdccrics This office WANTED agood blacksmith Good location B W Leigh Kldds Store Ky RURE German aced salo nt GOc per bushel W lJ Murphy Stan ford MR DL GREEN MURPHY of Kings yllle has ben appointed a notary public Fon SATURDAY Fresh beans tomatoes strawberries lash etc Mrs W S Jones HENRY ANDERSON Is preparing 10 I und a storeroom onthe corner of his residence lot 6n Eist Main street Fon HFMTTho storeroom on Lancaster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office FOR screen doors window screens wire cloth water coolers lee cream freezers lawn mowers go to George H Farris THE L wile Another 154 excursion over the K C to Cincinnati Sunday Train leaves Stanford dept at 5 A M LOST on STOLEN A double case gold watch with initial Non back in Stanford Return to this office and get reward THERE will bo an old time fish fry at Olympian Springs on May 26 Music furnished by McKinney band A fee of 35c will be charged for the meal F M Sims Hustonvllle Till public is faulted to the Matinee Music Recital at the Graded School at 3 oclock tomorrow Satur day and to the Art Reception at thi same place an hour hardier THE electric lights arc the brightest over since tho new dynamo was in stalled When all of tho area aro trimmed and burning Stanford will be tho best lighted tovfn In tho State slzo considered MIKE PENNYS base tll team known as the Insurgents defeated Dev Routs big team 14 to 11 at Graded School Park Wednesday afternoon This Is pretty lough on Mr Routs tejjm which was known as Stanfords first or best nine Tim Contra College Gleo Club gavo a pleasing program to a small audience at the Graded School Auditorium Tuesday evening Tho solos ducts quar tettes and choruses were all liberally applauded Mrs E B Evans read ings were greatly enjoyed- i1USTONVILLEProf Henry the Australian giant wonder of the2otli- enlury who snaps horse shoes into pieces with his teeth us well as one inch Iron rods handles a barrel of GO gallpns of water with two men on it and many other of tho most wonderful teats of modern times will be at Al cornu Opera House Hustonvillc Monday night May 21 Admission 15 and- SaILEYMr 2Ic Grnnderson D Smiley tor years a splendid citizen of the More and section died at Birmingham aged 82 He served a number of years as magistrate andmado a good one Ho Is survived by his wife and several sons including Mr Thomas H Smiloy the ivcllknown Lexington horseman Ho was a fine old gentleman and tho announcement of his death will carry sor r Jw to many hearts Mr Smiley was tho last survivor of tho famous company under Capt Prtco In tho Mexican war and served under Gen John Morgan In tho Civil war CONTINENTAL WI NOT RATES Agent R B Mahony tells us that at a recant mooting of tho insurance pea pic held in New York for the purpose ot raising tho rates on account of the reat San Francisco fire that tho pres- Ident of tho Continental Insurance Co positively refused to cooperate with them In this movement claiming that ho did not think other cities and parts ot tho conntry should bo taxed and held esponsiblo for tho San Francisco fire This company lost two and onehalf niilions In tho fire but it has 15 millions loft IC e Seasonable Goods We have a complete lino of white goods and colored wash goods such as Lingerie Clothe Linens Jlatistce IInl kerchief Linens Persian Mulls et- co Swisses 6 Dotted and Embroidered Swisses are very fashionable We are showing a good line I5c toCOc per yard TItY our Peerless Iceland Freeze Nothing like It Geo D Hopper GERMAN millet cano seed and cow- pens All new crop T D Ncwldhd LOT of secondhanded type cases otld job stone for sale cheap This office WE arc headquarters for plants oC best quality Bishop Llpps Huston vlllc PURE apple vinegar any quantity for sale E R Holtzclaw Preachers vlllc A GOOD sqcondhand 35horse lower engine for sale John SMurphy McKinney BniKO your orders forall kinds of plants to J W Brackott Lower blnln Street Stanford Mils W S JONES la agent now tor Olympian Springs Water F M Sims Hustonvillc 4t c J H BAUGHMAN Co the enter prising millers arc putting now chlnery In their already well equippedI millTATSMr William Preston Tat one of Stanfords oldest and most high ly respected cltlzens died at 9 oclock Monday night of a complication of troubles aged 7G lie Is survived by hit wi fa and two children Mrs Chas H Payne of Boston who is now in London England and Mr Clarence E Tate of this place and the unbounded sympathy of the community goes out to them in the loss of a kind and gOOd husband and an indulgent and fond father Their loss is great indeed for we be lievo that no truer better man has lived in this section than the husband and father who now reaps the reward of a wellspent Christian life Until 1882 Mr Tato lived at Liberty Casey county and was a prosperous merchant there for many years Always a good business man he amasspd quite a for tune and hp was there like he has been here one of the solid good citizens who could be depended upon atall times to do what he thought was right in the sight of God and for the bettermentof mankind Mr Tate moved to Stanford in tho year above mentioned and had resided here since He at once gained the respect and good will of our people and has been closely Identified with their best interests since During the lost decade he had not been actively engaged in business having shifted tho burdens of it to his son Clarence who is already becoming a staunch sturdy successor to his noble sire Mr Tate was a kindhearted generous man who made no display of his good deeds but wo have occasion to know that his means and kind words have helped the needy tlrrin find again To us his words encouragement have been helpful lightening to no little extent the burdens and cares of a busy life Wo regret as donut who knew him well that ho is no more but believing that the righteous and faithful are justly re warded it would bo cruel to wish hint back to the scenes of life where pleasures are of so short duration and joy is only for tho time Stanford mourns the lost of this exemplary citizen and sad It is that the typo of man ho so well represented a gentleman of tho old schoolshould be so rapidly passing Into the great beyond God grant that heir may be filled by the com- Ing generation for they aro an Inspiration for all teat is good and honorable At the late homo at 3 oclock Wedncs Jay afternoon after a fervent prayer by Elder Joseph Ballou Rev L M Omer pastor and admirer of the deceased preached a most appropriate metal sermon to tho large concourse of friends who were present to pay their last tribute of respect to tho honed dead At the grave In Buffalo cemetery Rev Omer prayed several of his favorite hymns were sung and hen the casket containing all that was octal of the splendid man was lower cd tb its final resting place Just at the hour Mr Tate was being buried his sister Mrs Charles Swee ney who died at Phil Casey county at 11 oclock Tuesday morning was also being laid away Sho had been ill tor some time and it was at her home hat Mr Tato was taken ill ho having gono down tosee her It is a sad co ncldence that their deaths should have occurred so close together Mrs Swee ney Is survived by her husband and six children Wearo that she was a most excellent woma t1 t AWANTEDCows to pasture Miss Nancye VanDeveer TIDR McCoRMACK According to program Dr McCormack the represent tive of the American Medical Associa tion came on Wednesday and delivers his lecture on The Relations ot UN Medical Profession to the Public at the court house to a large and appre ciatlve audience JOdgo R c Warts gracefully introduced the speaker Dr McCormack who is no nqvlce having spoken on this and kindred subjects allover the United States immediately began his text Ills commanding and graceful presence his mastery of tho English language his distinct and elegant enunciation tho knowledge of his subject apparently inexhaustible and his scholarly methods commanded instant and persistent attention He snw that he had the day and he bsed It wisely simply brilliantly There aro men mado Into doctors and there arc doctors who were made doctors as soot as they became men Yea from their birth up they were called to treat the sick Dr McCormack belongs to this class and he might have beeh bprn talking too so far as we know He has a fluency which is rare an Irish wit that exhilarating and in the pre sentation of facts and principles all is done with science and skill Technical ities were so far eliminated that everyone tho school children as well as the older ones readily followed the speak er from start to finish The large crowd composed of our best citizens wo are sure will never regret having heard him They carried home With them impulses more generous to the medical profession impressions pleas- Ing to remember and suggestions beneficial to their health and happiness Doctors themselves and a goodly num ber was present from Lincoln and Ca sey were uplifted by the unswerving firmness with which he upheld the hon or and dignity of the medical profes sion They had placed before their minds many striking facts which they all should and doubtless will remember Dr McCormack as the poet puts It Is just a very fewycars past the Quiet halfway hostclrie on lifes long road Ills mission is to do good Is not grandiloquent not exalting his function not anxious for cheap effects not making broad the phylacteries but Is loyal to truth striving after farreaching results and is most careful not to mislead In very truth an Apostle of Medicine May he live long and prosper in the nobly work nn Jesse W Sweeney moroirroH Wvory Food and Salo Stablo Lancaster Ky horses wellfed and cared for Upto date rlipiat reasonable rates PUBLIC SALE I On HATriU AYHNK wl I will otter for mils my fnrin of UI lIens MtunUil on the lAxIiiKtoifiiJko alKHititU inllii from Dun vlllf tu Ilu btddar Tlio haul le III mi excellent matt ot cultivation with Ktxl linliroviiiiiiits iinictlnilly sea well water wl null nit lucestuiry ngs Will also coll a lot of liriMxl saws head of 1110111 tliiillnu hUtu and nil k cows tmm and colt built 0 uwoN n tilt liinibs A lot of oth rluir loo nu0u to iiuiitloii O V Yltiln1unvllle Ky PUBLIC SALE HavliiK sold my fnrin I will nt my piglet S dies North f Otleiilielin nod milts i6t of UnihurchnneOiliION1tY SI IWrt ll tilt following dencrllieil iroporty Ont unr10 IIIIIt1 lows Nou21olihl6Hhovelhlows 1Oue- orseann planter nniHT nml orn crusher Ise harrow cane mill zee h0esShovels Jcrs6Y cow IZycnroUl iefernovemNieii l of lions lit corn a snicks of liny household and Itclnii furnlttirttand oilier tliliiK too iinni rllt9 to iniiitliin a 11tAflti1 1Nt UItAYHO It F II No IHtniitonl Ky Iii Hoynoldx Atict Auction Sale of Horses Ixmk at tilt fliapy hOiuUof this stock It ponks plnlnly nnd vinnhatlcally for their iretxllpi thilrnlre ami uranU slns IMIIIK UIUIIIKV stnllloiii4 Tills Hive then their iitelllKtiiti sprehkloii Term cash IlrltiK our you Wo veil nt tiuctlon lllcuiwllhml HII tin not chute to Inn- lit private wile ovlllKelloiuiiarloiul of minti Western horMlIIllIIlIrt one at a line til highest lilddvrat Htauford Ky on W K INKHItVY M AY SI Sale wilt Ui lit ttallroail Stock Yards Yhls took In middle and tiring bred are Unlit lyoiintfand hnpyages from 2 to b cnrx Hale will coininencu promptly at regardless of weather All Meulator attend an wo will roll Jthout limit or reserve Horses can tie secn III Htook Ynnl two clnyn before itKIN J1UOH J Amt tFa 4KJ 1 a Attention Ye HouseCleaning Brigade In addition to our large stock of Carpets Matting hugs Curtains Shndcs Let we nreofTering some great bargains in Remnants of Matting Remnants of Wool Carpets and odd pairs of Lace Curtains Just the thing for you if you need a small quantity and want to save money r i SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUGKYt Bug union suns I I- The Most Satisfactory- Underwear No working up of Shirts or working down of Drawers They are all in one piece and Fit like the skin 1 and 2 The Suit TRY THE- MCUMMINSMCLARY Ladies and Chil drens Shoes Au Entire New Stock 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 linewith plenty of style NEW and NOBBY styles for Children and Misses at 25c to 150 per pair Canvas Oxfords for Ladies and Children atI to 150 per pair See our Windowr L M HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY rThe Interior Journal i Efii redinthe PottOffice al Stanford at itttmdclatt matter 2 URIIBO TDBSUAVB AND T1UDWS q AT 100 PER YEAR CASH 111when riot so paid IJOO will be charged JOHN BEECHER IUltrk JOlk with white 1011110 153hnnd- Algh hrs hlnnae1f n mule Jnck- wnxslreil by Hulllfis Hot hor ht dnnr n nlnl1t Howk Jl1Iltt will 11001 tt1IQ otlio k111011Lngeolt INSURANCE Fire Lightning WlndRlorlllUfe and NODe the and- b10BTCompnnleRopreeonted LowettIoa Rates OuaranU 1alrigItee vdiUnequnlled with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence hone No 81 35 Farm Mules For SalePAll broke and native bred You can see them by calHng on we I G Fox Livery Feed ft Sale Stable Danville Ky BDCARTEtfSuccessor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOBD KY Ipecial attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Horses on commission Stock Penn In Connections Two Farms For Sale 1 wish to sell privately my farm of 170 serer milt West of Lancaster on the Lou Inglon pUt U Is well Unproved and hn plenty of water Rod timber fence and In good re Also an unimproved farm of acres lying midway between Lancaster and Lox Good outlet Wellington pike Lanced TVrms reasonable TIIIhRINOI- Drklbury Ky i Give Me Your Order 1 Can Please You Why buy rondymade price little In the of high I lradereadymitadeuitaand n suit made to jour nn experienced tallort I hare a handsome line Hprlng en Duuloelesuitto the finestsuit ells overcoats trousers nnd fancy vests The company represent Ieone of the best H O RUPLEY the Tailor Pafl Traylor t DSALXB Itl IUjskH Brandu Wines Beer Gloars Etc t KYeioaePrompt snl pollt ettentlon Nothlne llh rs u Stink Melt phone cr UUgrspt orders rctlvs ifoBptstlkntlon Attention Farmers I recei eathave just car load or 30 tons of The Old Homestead Fertilizer It has n WorldWide reputation is un excelled ns u crop producer It sells en its merits For the sake jive it a trial E W CHKICIIITON KingsvilleKy e 1teeaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarneesSaddlery a Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Office PbonelST none Phone 35 JLBeazleyCo TJndertaKera and Embalm ere Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugs They will oxcllange Furniture for add Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY t t FARMERS DEPARTMENT J A Estes sold to J E Lynna mare for 135 Sir Huon will start in tho Latonia Derby Juno 1 Wanted two or three good sows pigs This office andI Adam M Pence sold to James ell a black marc for 140 Letton Bros of Bourbon sold a sevenyearold jack for 600 W A Sparks of London sold a pair of three year old mules for 300 T C Rankin is delivering to J H Baughman Co a lot of wheat at 90c Topsy a trotter with a record of K7 changed hands at Cleveland 0 for 1300 Wanted to buy a Polled Angus bull one or two years old Joseph Ballou Stanford James Yowell of the West End bought of Thomas Ellis a threeyear old mare for 150 Jack Atkin won the Nursery Stakes at Louisville Saturday with Alluda second and Victoria B third Sysonby the great race horse has a bad case of eczema and has been declared out of the Brooklyn Handicap J C Bailey bought of John S Mur phy a handsome fiveyearold mare Red y Leaf She promises to prove a blue tie wearer A brindle yearling heifer naturally muly came to my place about Jan 1 Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep A P Sloan Hubble t M J Hoffman bought of Wilson Cover of Crab Grchard 75 111pound stock hogs at 6J to 5c lie sold in Cincinnati three carloads of slop cattle at 4fc The wool clip for the present season in Bourbon will amount to about 150000 pounds and has been sold at prices ranging from 26 to 31ctsBourhon- News The Picket Carroll Reids pride went the Brooklyn Handicap distance in 203 Wednesday This stamps andcarry a money big race Monte Fox bought from Bond Carpenter Lawrenceburgl 250 11001- cattle at 460 He also bought of Rubel Bros 163 cattle of 12001- weight at prices ranging from 4 to 475 These purchases were made fo Philadelphiae MATRIMONIAL Ernest Cook and Miss Laura Nevius were married at Danville The Presbyterian General Assembly is in session at Des Moines la Arthur Sluder and Miss Effie Myer were married at John Myers Wednesday W H Corley aged 72 and Miss Ola Clark 32 were made one at Clover port An Indiana preacher has sued his wife for divorce because she called bin- a tin Jesus immaculately conceived hypocrite to Squire Thomas McGreevy known as the Marying Squire having married more than 2000 couples during 20 years is dead at Hamilton 0 The Toledo 0 girl who was wooe at 13 married at 14 a mother at 15 and divorced at 16 lived about as fast as it is possible to live in this fast age Sciatica Cured After Twenty Years of Torture For more thane 20 years Mr J B Massey of 31122 Clinton St Minneapolis Minn was tortured by sciatica The pain and suffering which ho Indur ed during this time is beyond comprehension Nothing gave him any per manent relief until ho used Chamber lains Pain Balm Ono application of that liniment relieved the pain nnd made sleep and rest possible and less than one bottle has elTcctcd a permanent cure If troubled with sciatica or rheumatism why not try a 2jcent bottle of Pain Balm and see for your self how quickly it relieves the pain For sale by Dr W N Craig the popular druggist at Stanford At a recent dinner Mark Twain ac cording to an English report made a most amusing little speech which was responded to as follows by a lawyer who was present Doesnt it strike the company as a little unusual heI inquired that a professional humorist should be funny When the laugh that greeted this sally had subsided Mark Twain drawled out Doesnt it strike the company as a little unusual that a lawyer should have his hands in his own pockets Harpers Weekly Stomach byes Mrs Sue Martin an old and highly respected resident of Faisonia Aiis9i was sick with stomach trouble more than six months Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets cured her She Hays I can now eat anything I want and am the proudest woman in tho world to Iind such a good medicine For sale by Dr W N Craig tho pop ular druggist at Stanford Ky Insurance men at a meeting in Chicago organized an association covering all the larger cities the purpose being inIIsurance t d EGGS EGGS EGGS WYllndottnIndIjmcniter or Omit Orchard Those Inter rated arc Invited to visit my pens and IPO my stock Mrs WI White Fair Vluw Poultry JolIrllllrllIcbern1llo iINSURANCEI your jest niul strongest company in the world Seband talk with U M Nowlund who will show you tho policy best adopted to your age and circumstances Claims prompt ly Dividends paidd11uually or deferred RJL IsVwiANi Agent Mutual Life Insurance CO1 of N Y Organized 1843 GOLDDUST NABOTH Ilv Y lleldl heresy flolddust It dam lij J KIlnugunbmiNabathikldaut by Hub bias on Tune 3nl demit hy realntereil 8011 of Itfa Vermont 4th dam n Vhlpp met Hare is n rid sorrel three yenrsKild style action nnd form will nervu n tuna bar of nt ItoInsurencdl 1IIOK n n Hhetlnild still Ilan by ltundley4111he Eye4 nit Ideal pony In slze forum style nnd synielry will serve n 11I1I1hll IQr vI mamas It 4 to Insure u flute model Jack KXPKIHIOH with Unisht trout the1JICIIIIIIRrklIlItSIrI1ly with n reg Istend HMllin e will else servo u limited imnilwrof niiirc at tulniurenrolt glares imstured nt tUO per month care taken to prevent ilccldent but not resM n I slhlNSlinuld arty occur mina mrtnl with or traded or bred eUwwheru forfeit the purnncu and money become due nt the time of trnntuictlon Allen will Iw relnlned on cults until season U pnld My rvKUtercd Hhorthorn Imrnles lull will stand nt f At Cash In mlvnnce Mv Jersey hall will stnnd tit suu PIIKII In nd vancc JOHN ILOAltrKNTKIl O limb Orchard Ky Two and one hnlt miles South of Crab Or chard on time Ohiippells Hup A Ottcnhvlin pike GALTON 12910 Sired by Onmbett Wilkes SI H with 101 with records from 2 05 to S 20 claimed to be the greatest sire In the world let dam Daisy Field graDiUm of 3 with records from 2l2J t217J by Enfleld 3 sire of 6 In 2 30 and dams of In 2 30 or better 2nd dam by Kentucky Lemonaded Qe11 Oalton carries the Ijtood of four leading famllleni Hambletonlao Wilkes Mambrl Starblarge One style action and speed Only aber five worked trials from 3 18 to 3 30 Ills therrings one of life colts having won a ITS pro intuit at the UuitoQTlIln fair over the best Comment U unnecessary as be Is so well known having made all of his seaioni at my place 12 In all Gallon wilt stand at my stable 2 miles west ot Outtonvllle on llradfordsvllleplke at 810 to Insure a living colt Money due If mare Is traded after being bred Grass af tee May lit at IS 50 per month Phono In residence W M DODD Hustonvllle Ky HUMMER JR Bay stallion liJJ hands a good Individual with abundant speed He hi by Hummer of llouner 209 Stately 2111 1Spopeen 21SX Quickly 21IJ Mona talneer 3ISJiHpeedon2 Wi 15 In 230 hummer 0112 ts u son of the renowned Electioneer and save one la the only son of Electioneer living that Is out of a George Wilkes mare and with the exception of Arlon is the only son standing In Kentucky that has a 209 performer to his credit Hummer Jrs dam IsZutma br the great 773dGreat coach alltnn 181 hands high by Imp Gloiter and out of a mare by Wonder ful nor Any one wishing a very high bred coach horse to Greed on standard bred mares for getting atyle speed and action should lee this horse JESSE ALVERSON Shetland Puny Fine Individual good breeder style and action All of these horse will stand at f to In sure a living colt Will also stand my two jacks at 110 to sure snares and flO by the season from July I for lenneteflares grazed at f2 60 pr month which In all case must be laald before they are removed late taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Mares traded or parted with makes season money due J K HAUOI1MAN llustonvlte KV r Antecarlo 226 12 Made over Versailles track in winning race Sired by Anteo 216 12 that sold for 00000 at public sale First dam Mary Ann by Hailstorm 813 son of Mambrino Patcben These two crosses produced Tbe Abbot 303 14 chain ion trotting gelding of the world 2nd dam by Inde pendence son of Andrew Jackson Inde pendences dam by American Star The American Star and Andrew Jackson blood is responsible for Cresceus 204 14 the champion trotting stallion of the world You see Antecarlos two top crosses are responsible for the fastest gelding two next crosses are responsible for the fastest stallion Then you see is better bred than either ot them for he has lite blood of both Antecarlo is a solid brown horse poundsfineto Insure a living colt BUCK VARNON Black Jack with while points 5 years old 161 hands high Fine breeder and great individual A jack of fine bone and action Will stand at 810 to insure a liv ng colt We will jackABKAN byAhranAbran yds first dam by Velocipede 2ndI byMorengocolts for season money Mares traded or bred to other horses forfeits insurance and makes season money duo All will stand at my farm on Somerset pike four miles from Stanford Mares grazed at 82 per mouth Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occurgWILLIAM M FIELDS Stanford Ky t For Sale PrivatelyL Myhouseand10 acres of land situated lust outside of town limits on the Somerset pike house has rooms kitchen and ser rantaroom good cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In th yard and one for stock J P BAILEY HAVK YOUR colts castrated by T F Gross Crab Orchard Ky the well known cas trator of horses and horse doctor Phono In Residence Dignity Dare NollItd 6A1411 II MalioKonr buy ulilelc point white only on k sty a high weighsl9tlpounds strong nut lone heavy minute nml tall hack with long ern11ey net in high ntountwi sliouldrsnnldllu horse bend and tnron him u model under bailor nlwnjr wears MHO string In model rings wonderful style In lmfneMIt show hone sun ono yearold worn nil honors in his class wherever shown nlio tho blue tiN In weep tnlu Imriirl rlnn nt name age When n aytwrourtin was shown ll time slid wore blue strings has never liwn delIIII1 fancy harness rings imi nlwnyi berth Hie victor In stallion ItOIO rllllf its it bretNlrr when shown with three or more of Ills gut for size style general conformation tutu for sill purposes lie is a tuuldle liorwi with flee distinct Knits fast line acting rackergood In two wnlki end n nicenulllitvery postlvw In hlA trot under saddle barren great mound notion ns la re qulrvd for nlllllllodot slro of high wile horses for Mild lo or harness lie Is n sure enough ImrmM hon graceful ntyllili nnd fno l van seconds n 394 gait with butllltlehandting didthis last hatloneyeor sioafter serving 11 1011005 In the spring lie Is poitosicil of wonderful nirvo nnd SfKcd enough to get n trotter for track or gentlemens rntitltlers large handsome stylish heavy and strung enough to get cnrrlAjtl horses with II kllllIy ditto sltlon for varlose5 of n fnnuly hone He- II time horar to slro grace fill tulMtance and docilityit Inn been nioatunllornmlreethrs innKentuckythe types his mils niter lilm elh has never Mired sorn i colt The most protttnhle horS for the fnrmerand small breeder la product Is tho horse which serve the widest nna of purposes well Ills colts lire show coliii of the very highest type blue string winners from the ohl1t to lba youngest rl of hls colts htive Ixen offered for and for ml nverat iof punnd the average nge 01 them ls2ycnrsnnd months IKiiiuiiKK Hlnxl by Chester Haze 10 N It ho by Illnck Hqutrrrl W lie liy MlnclcKagleTMietiy KIliK Wllllnm 87 he by Washington Denmark 61 he by Inlnei Ivnmnrkfilliiliy nice hor IXmniark tie by Imp tint- daniilzlmont hv1FelclunoltNottalT A T n R he by lllIlulI Welcb1II h0 by- Iq dicks ItninbletonUn in Dignitys tvo and dam Is by ATxInllnh Mes dnin by Ollls Vermont 4th hull Thoroughbred Welchmonts first dam ruullnv by Alinont Forest wa- dTxausDignity liar will mnV the ieson of lend nt my stnhlo Huslonvlllo lit tS to Insure n living roll when traded Marvs traded or roollloII1 forfeit litsurnnco andntoneyteeupiiedueandnutst lie paid nt time of ueh tmnsnctlon Stares Rrnatl lit KM per month and bills to tIlIIld Ist forerumovnlofninres nrnln at rcanonnble rates Mares ontrutted to 1111 will receive my pcrsonnl attention but I will not Is rexxinslblM for ccldnts or es capes hone In resldrnce nt Hunlonvllle Ky II H OAUlKSTKB Col Bird 40566 horse foaled lnt11red by Ot I IVcll Ijinvlll Kj- Hlrtd by IVclllnil Chief No SIAM streofB2 Jyinrolils with record of 2551 or better by Oclllnn JIH sire of list antlat Ittdnni airy ofttnudhunmoIwdreof and 70 111lkes llyOniiiUlta Wilkes 1 slruof II with rocordsof 210 or letter rile dnm Ktllo IhivltUuni of Lord Humrall low Cownn2l3ttslroofluutnmrlua sire on 2 end gniiubtui of tnpl heck t lit llory leflAy n ml lov nf Al um Hhaw ilSi fly lid VhIkesSaL No W sire of nnd sire of the daiiu of Jlrodlllnltlounowiiii UlLeiHmo Hell tSt aland ft der Wilkes r Atlallett 14ttTio U Ift ofUolUnilth Mail XII ami others 4th dnm liy Oroqkntts llf llfouucUr hLllItnnor IMiziiro 2195 mid llwlllim ihlcf S57lillFNorve1211t4slrenfColultest tuvt Kvc and w other nitIiiiiiionyto lain of Ijtdy Nnrwtt std 1t01I lIorln J ITS end lull sitter tn- hllhttll the dlllllOC lul Ytl Ullld Driisll II nnd NiHtorlniilhrdnm ol SYetor Electric SW nnd Ulgn Ktcctrle 2W4 iind era middnntofIcllliuhlf2271 Stilly oIh3rd dnm Nectar Ihlll of tnllettn It rand Iirul nap grand dam of Ijuly Noi Vftiil 4 lthe dnmil of eillnmi XW5 cud Illllv ruaro 21911 f idy Yale SU4 Nettor KIwtrlpiaOlKii hii etrluS8riy and- Itot4Oorit2173Jby Niitwocxl I of sln of lirtMMl iuan and tin Inl Krfiitfut living ordrtul Mlrvof stand nr1 lulrses llh dnm Intiilou third hut fouls nt fe IItrtyhullcisetlnut of IVculKloilXKAi and gnind dnin IndyYhits2a31mifAdam of two Cionylo dam of two lly MiwctigiT Duroc No hd slur SI nud hli diiuitliUrs bavi over fitlKiiiui Hyaclilth dnm of Mecca 2193 CherryCroft220 and other Ity otunlerb Iln Of NI IIIMIIICt11t1IIlh Alms I mind one 01 Itr nllll ddlm duur or Jdll de CllareS1034 Dlclnlor sire of Jay Eo Htc lAdiIlexteriumitofII sire of four nol dune of 7llnlani McKlntry mart dnm of Hhark X7Hiind Kriiiid drums of IKxItT Alma sad OtlllTMCcclllanOlilof very young hone 71 ho hits of lib gutwith flc lnh- oftJIur lxttcr each Hindi when flay were ClllllllllollIft17ecllltu219t4 full brother to Jennnvtutv Cll ll VflMus ill IWi Miss Cecil klretlfraylag sin lAtduin t J dupiio1Cc cllinn 11111tJIlIllltt Urall Xllii Oirlllus IIr 01111111 213lid Ccll lel b NlltwiHMl XlSli sire- 171NrdnwtestairCllvtmigor dead and the greatest sire of brood mares that iron ever iippcurrdtkcoiiddnm Dvllliihdnmof Otini ulEnnsincautt2II11Noyvllk2iy ette22134 Ennucrettn224Com11Umt 122- tIltutorervlelte21A Oniiihurit J17S Ohiirlii Vllkliiir ti3iCmlclta SX3U suit 2111tinterilnm and Iniiilininvtlii lout of lolilcn Henl IIm by Administrator 21J sire of several rand Uiiinnof nlllll clninMiirv Klinorc film of Clovilnnil issijiuul uriinil ilium ot lly Mainlirliio dlrituf two Uhdiini hy Htnr Davis nth ilnm Tom Orowdtr lerllluulstlusslruuf17Instundm- ind tlu Bend hint ont daughter the ilinn of i IrlItbrootllllJlrogreatest sire or Xlrtiin till world him ever known t4tnudssceondustlls greatest greiiteatInthe rhinnplon duo of pri iiiliiiu bona at the urint World1 Fair isgti CoblllydiiAAliiualzrfaithnltit notion In ItrtOdliiK lie of till very lx st and greatest known to the trotting world his blood lines In every direction trace to tint IrIll LIairOol BIrd will stand at my stable nt lie to Insure n llvlim colt Urn retnlmd on Moneyduewith Not n six nslhle for accident or es culw1C tltlIIATIIR1 IIM IlItollVIllI pur month Ky u GOOD CLOTH HS FOR BOYS Tho toy who races and runs needs u suit iw hardnl lie Clotlioi thatll stand knocking nbout without being knocked out COLUMBIA GOOD CLOTHES nrc such Made with taped nudre intoreed ecnina double tnt mill knees and riveted waist bandy Theyre just ns attractive ru good We hnvo them for tho littlest follow ready to IonhilIfirst pair of trouscw up to the young man nbout to be toll man w E BeTleins r ti ATIC fI At t 41260 to insure n living colt Out of a slater to Flro Clay 230 Arlon 18000 Itecorci 207 sire of Nlco I 208J loma 2 141 llanella San Telmo 10l Elision 217 Nlmlt- a21itCalltURIt I 2ll U others and dam of Sadie Mao 321ll winner of 1U03 Ky Futurity lIenrlcttA lara Sister of Fire- Clay 210 EIcctloneerl2iSire Oil Suno- l20SIPalo AltO 2OS167otheri and darns of ill Manetta Dam of Arlon 20711 Oro Flno 219 etc- Shawrnuliffll 1 Ile ord22isln of It DOll dittos of 4 standard Performers Dam of lire Clay 230 rand dam of llarrl otta 2001 HainlltonUn 10 Iiin1N Record 220- heroine by Hamblolontnn- Cuyior 1 100 J OwNHits STATteinNT Attcoonict from one of tho stoutest families In tho trotting register ono that gave the troltlng turf that sensational ralV niare HarrkUa i001 tho Transylvania winner of 1803 This oolt la a good only J and must lo seen to appreciated Our great young stallion ALMONT WILKES will be allotfcd to also stand the splendid juck B BRIGHT nt SB to 1aliving coll Ho lyonrsold LI hand the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford l CAPITAL 50 00000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January J 1906 21600000 OFFICR5 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT WO WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPERtW M BRIGHT J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J B OvrftLtr Stanford 6 H SHANKS Stanford 0 W CJUITEII Tumcrivllle W H lrua liorsvllle I O 0KCii Waynesburg W II TitAYUiu Oltoerts Creek U L tluiinlt Lanoaslrr ew U WALKCII Slantord J n Kotnm Stanford W H HIIAKKA Stanford J II PAXTON Stanford We consistent with rife tMiiiklni Modern Hnfuty lKK tt Hon s In our vault for use ot oucCusloiilura First National Bank or Stanford ffrj Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originallyestablished as the Deposit Cank of Stanford In 1191 then reorganised as the National Rank of Stanford In 1819 sod again reorganised as the First National Balk of Stanford in lB3 having had practically an unlnter existence for n ears It is better supplied now with facilities for transact log buslnesapromptlyand well than ever before In its long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited wr wrlaswwp IKentucky VersalllesStandardGreen Mountain 4heordHarry CIRV IB 1 libjIthOallbettWill IMICAItr tUtkYI CASHIER CUMMINH JlllllksRIIIIHUllkrI ruptod Officers J HOOKER Prsss LT HARRIS V Tres J J iloUOIlEUTS Obr W II WRAURNAsstOhn Directors V Reid Dinvllle 8 T Harris Stanford J Rocker Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M U Elmore Stanford S H Ilaughman Stanford ITI Stanford Robinson Hubble HauEhuan Stanford Pettus Stanford B Tate Stanford Io a isFYTYouTIfnI j dont roil to see too for I hnvo tho best made Guaranteed years when used ns directed ICIlComplete assortment of Imnps nt almost 511yt jirico to suit I S ff ALDRIDGEPho- noI IrI11G Tinner nnd I Dopot Street Stanford Ky Iw orsIi rtlrtr o w tlrrr4nlaer rrew r i a