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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r F TnE INTERIOR JOURNAL JVO XXXIVSTANFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 22 1906NO19 II The Democrats of Lincoln County ITo am a candidate to represent Lincoln i county in tho next Legislature of Kent tucky I have always been a true and 4i consistent democrat ready and willing at all times to work for the success of my party I I have twice had the honor of rcpre eonting my county in the Legislature and during those two terms I devot my entire time to a faithfn and prompt tllscharRO of my duty always keeping In view what I conceived to bo to the best Interests of tho people of my coun ty and State i I am in favor of the very lowest rate I properJpendituro of the peoples money I am tor my people and my party and for James II McCroary for United States Senator flat hist and all tho time I Respectfully soliciting your support lam yours truly M P NOBTH tCHURCH MATTERS The Mormon Church is said to beclos Sing out alt the business and industrial enterprises In which it Is interested The feature of the Methodist Confer cnco at Birmingham Ala was the Fairbankafto tho conference Jlcv hL Sweets of Louisville was appointot by tho Presbyterian General Assembly at Greenville as th Kentucky member of tho Committee o 1 Articles of Agreement Tho platform in the where the Prosbytoriari General Asem Illy at Dot Moines Is holding Its meet fag OGtlaJ with over JOOO aMombly iMn They were being photographed Peorce has returned from Umel where ho hui been holding at the Pint Methodist report largo congrega done at the twlcoadny meetings He LyonDanvillo i Itev Dr John J Tigcrt a native of Louisville and tho Itcv Seth Ward o f Titans were elected bishops of the Southern Methodist Church by tho con foroneu in setwlon at Birmingham br Tlgert worked as n driver of n grocery wagon when he was a boy- MATRIMONIAL James M King aged 70 and Miss Mary A Hammonds C5 were married in McCracken county Miss Ethel Hardcsty formerly o f Perryvillo and Walter Burrice of Lebanon a traveling salesman were mar ned at Campbollaville A London Special says It became known here this week for the first tim that John It forcing youngest son o tho late Congressman Vincent forcing had been married several days So quietly did Mr forcing slip away to Pinevillo and marry Miss Gertlo Logan one of felt countys fairest daughters 7 that his friends hall scarcely missed t him until he had married several days and returned hom- eFortunato Mlssurmns r When I was a druggist at Livonia Mo writes T J Dwyer now ofI Graysvlllo Mo three of my custo mers weN permanently cured of con sumption by Dr Kings New Dlscov t cry and are well and strong to day prpertyq1Now Discovery u short tlmp ho found It unnecessary to do so I regard Dr Kings Now Discovery as the most i wonderful medicine In existence Surest Cough and Cold euro and 4Throat and Lung healer Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyno Uros Crab Orchard Irwin Tucker president of the Say ings Bank of Newport Va com mitted suicide in his room over tho bank jost as Chief of Policp Reynolds opened door to arrest a war rant chargin him with defaulting in 1 the sum of l KIDDS STORE Mr J II McAlister of Way Miss visited relatives in the West End last weekBlackberry winter was unusually se vera and protractcdbut limited damage was sustained by the crops and fruit Gardens at this writing are still littered with tho various coverings applied to tender crops John Lynns boy began life at nine pounds avoirdupois two weeks ago and has already formulated a system of lively communication of his wishes which tho fond parents readily inter pret John says Old friends and admirers of Evangelist George 0 Barnes enjoyed a series of his sermons at Hustonville Whilst physical infirmities compel him to preach sitting his fervor anti magnetism are but little diminished Tell Col Chandler that 11 yearn ago 12fnchca of snow fell In Lincoln at a later date and overshoes as well as overcoats were in dally use almost up to June when torrid temperature came with almost blizzard suddenness A very partial hailstorm played hay oc North and West of us a few days ago apparently discriminating along lino fences one farmer escaping with but an occasional pellet while his neighbor caught It to tho destruction of his garden sass and young poultry A nonogcnarian farmer declares that ho cannot recall n winter and spring counterpart of 1505C Farming and gardening were never later In 50 years experience of many Numbers of tho early birds could not prepare ground for earliest vegetables before May willpif a supply of plants can be secured Many advocates of the transmitatlon of wheat rye and time thy are persuaded that tobacco and mullin should bo added to tho list as many tobacco beds show a preponderance of mullin where u perfectly pure selected supply of seed was sown A common school enumerator found a mother whose record of her children births is by periods and events instead of calendar dates Priscilla was 17 at rosenear Tecumseh Sherman was 15 at blackberry time Robert Burns was 13 at cater diggin Araminta will bo 11 on election day James Wil UmoIyears ago was at fodder pullin It is DangeroustoNeglect a ColdIoften do wo hoar It remarked lamter learn that tho man is on his back with pnouinunln Tills in of such oem mon occurrence dint a cold however slight should not be illsregardud ClmnilMirlnlng Cough Remedy counteracts tiny tonilunoy of a coW to re suit In pneumonln and has gained IU grout popularity and extensive sale by Its iirompt euros of this most common ailment It ulwjyn euros and In picas unt to Uko For unto by Dr W N Craig tho popular druggist at Stan lord Ky As a result of the war of statements which followed tho presidents alleged desertion of democratic rate billallies the following song is being sung at tho Cipiloland on tho streets of Washington to tho tune of Everybody Works But FatherEverybody lies but Roosevelt He stands around all days Thinks hes a man of iron But hes only common clay Tillman Bailey Chandler The truth they try to tell Everybody lies but Roosevelt They Mo liko CORNS CuiiEDCorn Exit will posi Thefwo absolutely guarantee to refund tho money to each and every customer whoso corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottlo of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect euro Is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky Mark Wilson Vest Wilson nhd Ar thur West wero killed in a light Ina storehouse nt Lynnville Ky No one witnessed tho encounter tho three man being found dead In tho room when others attracted by tho shots entered It Is supposed West Wilson killed West who killed tho two brothers Five men havo been killed in Lynnville during the last year u Prof Chamberlain n of tho University of Chicago says tho end of the world will not come for at least 100000000 trylnJtoTimesJournal tobewhich is estimated to bo from 4000 anti years of age The average monthly income in Japan eMdally NEWS NOTES drybyThere was one death from sunstroke at Toledo 0 Tradition was upset In the Federal plumberfiledThe IGjth annual convention of the Tennessee Bankers Association will bo held at Lookout Mountain Juno 6 and Wilson Long eight years old saved Herman Allen a boy companion from drowning In the Kentucky river near Frankfort Mike Collins a foreman of a eec IndiannpollsSouthern by a Negro near Bloomfield While temporarily unbalanced mentally Mrs Asa Dunnevant living near Hcmpridge Shelby county tried to blowout her brains with a pistol Morton Young telegraph operator at Central City was killed by one train while delivering an order to another running In an opposite direction Five persons all connected with one of the prominent families of James county Tenn were drowned In tho capsizingMiasgiers Ind became despondent and took carbolic acid with suicidal intent and will die Disappointment in love is given as the cause Gus Coulter former State Auditor polltlclnnsInat his homo in Mayfield Ho is suffering with inflammatory rheumatism Collough Stakes was hanged at Sum ter S C yesterday for the murder of Capt David E Wells a year ago Sakes attacked Wells from behind al pocketknifeAfter sending his wife and children on an errand to the home of n neigh her Lum Prather a farmer living near Mudisonvlllc emptied tire con tents of a shotgun into his breast killing him instantly I Tho employes of the Mogyuna railway which serves the principal coffee districts In the State of Sao Paulo Brazil have stuck and the trouble iq now threatening to spread to all the railways of Sao Paulo The Court of Appeals upheld the con stitutionality of the act providing for assessment of property in cities of the second class every four years It holds that tho assessment may not be changed during that time Old slaves of Maj B G Thomas rasa gled with the leading business men of Lexington at his funeral which was held in tho First Presbyterian church All classes from the banker to tho race horso tout attended the services The new HamburgAmerican Line steamer Kniserin Auguste Victoria tho largest passenger steamer afloat com plotcd her initial trip across the At lantic She brought to New York 490 saloon ajid 1703 steerage passengers During the hearing of habeas corpus proceedings nt Alexandria a clash oc curred when an dflort was made to swear Judge A S Berry oft tho bench Three attorneys were fined for con tempt but refused to pay and an nounced that they would not be intim hinted As Mrs Anna Sheeby of Cincinnati knelt beside the body of her dead father as it lay on tho bier In her home she mooned Take mo with you and be fore she could be prevented took from tho folds of her dress a bottle of car lyingInThat tho earthquake which destroyed San Francisco was an important factor in determining tho vote of the Senate Committee on Intcroccnnjc canals in favor of a sealevel type is apparent from tho fact that a feature of the majority report is a discussion tho effect such an earth wave might have on locks and darts The forest fires in Northern Michigan have almost swept blank an area of 100 square miles So far as known only four lives have been lost It is impossible to tell at present what the property loss will be but it is very heavy Four towns have been wiped off tho map a dozen partly destroyed and five counties devastated by the flames Postmaster Robbed G W Fonts Postmaster at Illver ton la nearly lost his life and was robbed of all comfort according to his letter which says For 20 years I had chronlo liver complaint which ledI to such a severe case of Jaundice that oven my finger nulls turned yellow when my doctor proscribed Electric Bitters which cured mo and have kept mo well font years It Sure euro forI Biliousness Neuralgia Weakness and all Stomach Liver KIdnoy and Bladder derangements A wonderful Tonic At Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard tic cents ri If l 4 HUSTONVILLE James F Holdam of Stanford and W M Morris of Crab Orchard were In tho city Sunday Dont fail to attend the fish fry and strawberry and ice cream supper at Olympian Springs next Saturday prominentWestthe near future until then guess Tho 17year locusts have appeared in large numbers In the vicinity of Mt Salem and with the same old chorus they aro making Rome howliDr J C Willis chancellor of the University of Louisville will deliver the address to the graduating class of ilustonvillo Graded School at Alcorns Opera House on Friday 25th nt 8 o clock p M Subject The Meaning of EducationRev B Landers subject at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morn- Ing will be Immortality of the Soul and Heavenly Recognition Evening subject Human Scapegoats Prayer meeting each Wednesday evening at 8 oclock At the McKinney Presbyte subjectIsThe meeting of the stock holders of The Peoples Bank Saturday resulted- In tho reelection of all the officers formerly mentioned and their salaries and appointing of a local building commit too to see that the work is done according to plans and specifications Work rapidlyGreening Gowan McCormack shipped a car of fat sheep to Cincinnati for which they paid Sic W G Cowan sold to Dr Foust of Tennessee a black geld- Ing for 175 and Robert Murphy 25 175 pound hogs at 690 Mr Cowan refused 300 for his gray gelding C P Drown bought a Jersey cow and calf from Sam Thurman for 50 and a geld ingforlCO Tho nearer the time approaches the greater is the interest manifested in Home Coming Week and many from our locality will take advantage of the low rates and meet their friends in Louisville Prof R S Eubank has ac ccptcd the position of vice commissioner of Lincoln county and Mrs Eubank as hostess with Misses Dollie Williams and Folsom McGuire maids of honor These representatives will be found during Home Coming Week at Lincoln county headquarters in the armory building where the names and addresses of her exsons and dnnghters will bo registered and a beautiful souvenir badge bearing our countys name will be given them together with a joyous and hospitable welcome to Gods own country and none shall have occasion- to feel that the traditional courtesy of our State has suffered in the least Miss Susan Frye of Lexington was with friends here stirs B J Pinker erton was the guest of Mrs T J Rob- Inson last week Mrs Allen Burris and son are at home from Colorado more fully prepared than ever to enjoy the 1I011eWthis vicinity last year for Doming N M have returned fully satisfied that Kentucky is good enough for them June H Reid has gone to Corbin to accept a position in the large store of Co Mr Reid is fully qualified to fill the position and the firm Is to bo congratulated on securing tho services of such a valuable man Mrs James C Coulter spent last week visiting Somerset Mrs C P Brown went to Louisville last week to do someshop ping and to meet her sister Mrs J II Sympson of Gross Valley Oregon who will spend the summer in Kentucky Thomas Stuart of Danville visited Miss Katherine Hall Saturday Miss Ada Alcorn has returned from an ex tended visit to her sister Miss Mattie Alcorn in Chicago Deaths from Appendicitis decrease In the sumo ratio that tho use of Dr Kings New Llfo Pills increases They save you from danger and bring quick und painless roleasofronj constl pation and tho ills growing out of It Strength and vigor always follow their Guaranteed by Pennys Drugstore Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard 2T o Try them Lady See re7 aint you ashamed to bo hitting that poor horse with that whlp7DriverI be mum He doht mind it n bit Would yet kindly hand me dat fencerail J udgo A Mountain tof Gold could not bring us much happiness to Mrs Lucia AVIlko of Caroline Wls as did ono 25obox of Hucklens Arnica Salve when completely cured a running sore onher leg which hul tortured her 23 long years Greatest antlsep tlo healer of piles Wounds and Sores 2fo at Penny a Drug Store Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard As the resultofapk among the funeral drivers of New York it was necessrry to postpone 30 funerals 1 i TRY OUR Riding inil valors J I Case and Brown i Both Have The Latest Improvements r W H H1C GINS Special Prices on Buggies and Buggy Harness CASH HOUSE KENTUCKYI BOYS CLOTHING Correctly Cut is the reason why our Suits are so comfortable Prices J to 4 Spring Very and- attractive Amer know ndbetter attractive styles 4OOand350 Robinson Stanford SAM ROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY Save Moneyt By buying Refrigerators Wa CoolersFreezersScreen Doors Window Screens and Screen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting Hardware I Groceries c from GeorgeD Hopper Stanfo u Ky ia o a svo1 vvYae Craigs Heroin Compound Craigs Heroin Compound WHEN BAllY FIRST BEGINS GIVE Craigs Heroin Compound IT CURES THAT HOARSE AND CROUPY WHEEZE AND STOPS II THAT RATTLING SOUND 25c 50c AND tflOO SIZES A- TCRAIGS DRUG STORE KENTUCKY SQUIRREL Comt liiv l tnllloiiift year old a Uautlful title wlilti hands high- tyltnttlomislatuudbrvtrling which lIB tle him to rank with t 1lwlUllylr by Wood Hqulrifl 1st limn liv Tin a foil of liv On Ilint hr by Stoiuvvull Jnck1niluh liloi limit liow horxi ill limn by the fam ous 1iiblKillH IxXliiKton Wood Squirrel wan Ira by IIIlIek Hllllllnr11r he by lllaok KaKle by ilnni by Hilt Kdite al the dam or Knelt Illrd ho by Htar the lnst son of eir Ixliiliton tints Maud V No by IHilnii IrulniUr id dnm Ktllc premium saddle nmrii by VtmMeter Waxy bv lIrll1l11ll half hrotner to the rnty horwi l xhtt too bull tilt nf lIeu ClIrmIII N1Hvrr Klug Willi by On 1hue nod out of u mare hIlIhlIIlIlxll1l ton Tho Kill watt n line horse tutu wull breil Kentucky Mqulrrel will servo mares at toB1urea 111111 oil 1534Jun1KINOK lUlHIIH black luck Id Imiiilx and one Inch highs iomlim three veiiru old this Hprlnu welch lttrrund wniislivd by llluek he by Tom Keene All of the iilxivo Hlork will make the Hoaturnot lsll lit my farm ono mile from HllIl1ronllUII the Crud tJrlhllrtlt Hhttlfurd ITr- hili tilt ervletofthllndeoftuektoIho public I do not hesitate to say that J belli 1t1 IIi in KculuckyBoth l of thewpnrkwill nerve iiinrr at Jo In tttiroii llvtnucoU iTrading mures forfeit tho Innurnnri JJ rouslhlllty for nreldeat W II inWUKKAH IlawlHiidiiKyi t i t A tj sensta ble j All Y ica Shoe for Ey men is our leader sr We of shoe for the price Q Reliable and Conforms strictly to the best Sam Ky your ter N1v wo TO SNEEZE Klug duns DORSfY GOLD DUST 12052 Full Brother to Estelle2tI9 14 Sited by Zilcadi Golddust 4400 by Gold dust ISO and be by Vermont Morgan Dtrsey Golddmti grand dam on sires side was by the Imp Arabian Stallion Zilcadi His dam is Florence bv Got den Mingo Chief a son of Galls Morgan stallionboth sides The best family of road horses ever known Dotsey Golddust is a dark dappled bay full 16 hands and weighs 1200 pounds a proven and uni form breeder of highclass road and Eas qualitiesforat top prices Both the chmpion saddle and combined gelding of the American Horse Shows of 19045 Jatk OUiamoiida stands to his credit Ten bf his colts sold recently for 810250 and 81500 was refused for a walk trot mare by him His anyhorsetucky Will ttandat my farm 22milesfrom Stanford on the pike at 20 to insure a living colt t F REID Phone in Danville Ky J i o J The Interior Journal E C WALTON i JUDGE JOHN WHUGHES of Mercer county Is a candidate to repre sent the Eighth Congressional dlttrtct of Kentucky In Congress to lion Of O Gilbert subject to the action of the Dem ocratic partyS- OMERSET always lively was exceedingly gay last week when the Street Fair given under the auspices of the Odd Fellows was In full blast There were thousands of visitors in town each day and asa everybody made money Somerset con tines to grow and is very much unlike the Somerset the writer saw whbn he was first there some 20 years 1gp Then it was a slow old town far be hind the times with the old rickety frame buildings facing the public square Those bnildings are all gone now and in their places stand handsome two and threestory bricks In fact it is now a substantial good business point and comes pretty near being in a class by itself Somerset is a wet town in all the word implies Twenty three saloons flourish like a green bay tree there but with all the red liquor very few drunken persons are seen The saloons pay a license of SOO or a total of nearly 20000 The town spends the money in improvements and things are kept in apple pie order constructionfands of cross ties have been unloaded along the proposed line The big shops about a mile down the track from the depot are being worked on by hung dreds of men and good headway is being made The electric line will be run to and beyond them making the length of It two or three miles The Stanford colony is getting along finely Dozens of families have left Lincoln to make fortune and fame in Pulaskis capital and from of them arc succeeding One ofthe biggest and best things in Somerset ts the large ma chine shop of G T Gooch which proving a good thing for the owner and a great convenience to Pulaski people Machinery is made and repaired on short notice and no job is too difficulty Mr Gooch is an old Waynesburg boy and we arc glad to state that he is prospering Morgan Boone also of this county is one of his best machin ists J H Boone who left Stanford a few months ago is a leading grocer and butcher He has already made many friends in his new home Mr John B Mershon is running an immense blacksmith shop and is doing a good deal of machine work also Our old friend Mr F J Campbell is getting rich with his splendid paper The Jour nal The publication is popular with all classes and both his subscription- list and job department show unmistak able signs of success May the splen did old gentleman live long and pros per THE Senate passed the Railroad Rate Bill after 70 days of almost continuous deliberation The bill passed By the practically unanimous vote of 71 to 3 r the negative votes being cast by Sen ators Foraker Morgan and Pettus In addition to passing the bill the proceedings consisted in concluding the consideration of the amendments as such and the delivery of a number ofI speeches The only amendment adopted was the one by Senator Teller t eliminating the words in its judg ment from the power given to theI Interstate Commerce Commission to fix ratesV TUB Protestant Episcopal Ecclesias tical Court which tried Dr Crapsey of Rochester has found that a man who does not believe in the virgin birth or the bddily resurrection of our Lord is 1incapable of reciting the Apostles the necessary degree of sincerity and is out of place as a clergy man in a church which maintains that 1creed as one of its standards Preachers at least should believe everything in the Bible We heard a good man say f once that he would have believed the Jonah and the whale story even if it had told that Jonah swallowed the big fish BIBLE College students of Kentucky University Lexington do not seem to profit by the study of the Holy Scrip tures They stole the ice cream that another lot of students had prepared for a reception and ate it As a result l 23 of them will be suspended from school for the remainder of the term and expulsion may result in several cases The next grand jury willalso i investigate the case j POLIITCAL William Webb has been appointed t postmaster at Ivy Bell countyIWilliam P Swope j f Owen will shortly announce for Congress At the close of two weeks debate on the Naval Appropriation Bill the House t passed that measure which carries a total of 9J764000 Vice President Thayer of the Penn- sylvania1l railroad has issued a state ment reiterating his denial of the charges made by Commissioner of Cqr porations Garfield I j t w The Somerset Republican complicates Republican politics in the Eleventh dis trict by coming out In a publication practically announcing for John D White for Congress Efforts are being made it is said by Hearst agents in Indiana to have inserted in the Democratic State plat form a plank favoring municipal own ership or at least approving public Pence cloak room keeper of the House of Representatives at the lastI session of the General Assembly killed at Kicholasvillo Sunday by th01 accidental discharge of a revolver which he was placing under the scat in his buggy erhe Rate Bill is likely to be made theI subject of more or less discussion the motion is made to send it to con ference Just what will be the ha- ri aster of this discussion or the length of time it will occupy cannot be ascertain ed with any definiteness The Prohibition State Convention will meet in Louisville May 31r number of prominent speakers includ ing National Chairman Charles E1 Jones of Chicago Dr E E Eaton and M J Fanning will be present All prohibitionists are requested to attend The Railroad Rate Bill the Statehood Hill the Diplomatic and Consular Appropriation Bill the Naturalization Dill the Pure Food Bill conference reports on the Army and Indian Appropriation Bills are all possibilities of consideration in the National House of Representatives this week Wu Ting Fang the former Chinese minister at Washington who was en rusted jvith the task of codifying the Chinese laws is memorializing the throne for jury trials for permission for native lawyers to practice before the courts and for the electrocution in stead of the decapitation of condemned criminalsConsideration of the Immigration Bill probably will be taken up in the Senate this week The majority of tho Republican members favor the bill and It is believed they will make it the next order of business The tendency now is to confine legislation only to appro prohIlaid over until the next Congress largely because the President holds out for a lock canal IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Thomas Million aged 53 is dead at RichmondMrs BargerCied at London after a long illness Mat King was given seven years in the penitentiary for killing Talt King in Whitley county Brack Bailey formerly of Liberty is dead at Orric Mo Jeff Willis of Madison was held up in his corn field and robbed of 148 The school census recently taken in the Somerset district enumerates 773 boys 737 girls a total of 1510 H C Bright has purchased the Mc Kee property on Maple Ave for which ho paid 6250 Danville News The Louisville Board of Trade 100 strong headed by President E H Brown will visit Danville today Art C Marcum was sentenced to one year in the penitentiary for assault with intent to kill upon Jo Patrick in WhitleyFortyfour prisoners were sentenced in the United States Court at London and filled the jail so completely that it was necessary to transfer ft to Mt Ver nonThe Madison county grand jury which s now in session found an indictment against Jackson Sewell a farmer of inestMrsers at Beaumont College Harrodaburg was the victim of a painful accident She wag thrown from a buggy and sus tained a broken rib and several bruises Richmond physicians as well as those throughout Madison county are busily engaged making preparations for the entertainment of the Railway Surgeons of Kentucky which meets in that city May 29 and 80 in annual convention G S Thomas and R S Clark were detected in the use of copies of the questions furnished by theSuperintend ent of Publiq Instruction for teachers examinations Clark was arrested at Mt Vernon but the other man es pe dIThe R G Engle Hotel at Richmond was completely destroyed by fire en tailing a loss of nearly 6009 with but 3000 insurance Day Hamilton member of the Richmond fire department was seriousjy hurt by falling from the secondstory window The fiscal court met Tuesday in callI session to endeavor to make final ar rangements about the turnpikes but failed to reach a satisfactory agreement Law suits wjll be the result as both the court and pike companies are o antagonistic that little hopes are en ertained of their coming to any final agreement Liberty News Tok lon won the Brooklyn Handicap yesterday Dandelion was secondand The third Time 205 35 To Ikalon was an outsider selling at20 to 1 blacksmith Good locationb W Leigh Kidds Store Ky FOR Clean stock ofdry goods and groceries This office i Yreltt Feeling good no doubt over the street fair which was in full blast in Somer set Editor Campbell of the Journal dashed off the following eulogy on beautiful Spring Springtime in the bluegrass An ideal of Omnisccnce a foretaste of Heaven a smile of God The lush verdure the winged zephyrs floating over its gardens of pink and white and gold the opalescent skies casting the beauty of their rainbow hues the pride of its citizens in their lovely homes the immaculate cleanli ness everywhere displayed makes earth a poem and life lip id- ylGEORGE II HUR A wry fine draft Mnlllon wpljslit lau txuimlx stiiiiilHfull lit IniiiiU high lie wnt hlrtxl l v lion Hur Mnjor ynt 811 iriniIHIri Hcott set l nm Jriinlu llintrlcw Clyilin nlllil11I11fHtntt will nmku the Mlison nt my place at flu to Insun living VAN M nII Htnufonl Ky PUBLIC SALE I OnHATPItOAYJrNHSM will offer for sale my farm of aw nerve tltunttHl on the It UK inlltx from Dun ln totliohlglifsf h1ddiir The land U In nn xcf llcnl tnll1 of riilUviitlon with geed improvement inict Itally new vtll wiiter ml mid nil iiwsnry outlxilMliign VIII ulsu of puttie In- gcludingheifersnndutlikvows ntem and colt iilxtut At eweM nuil liimlM Mot of nth er Stuff too nuiiivroiii to mention C P DnlirllU Ky NOTICE We will tin wKIlNE14tAYJ1NNOTI1lint- otter for mix our Mill at llurnililr Ky Thin Un Holler KlourliiKMIIIr wicliy llarr on the Nnnlykv k Mormon Hyxtem umctiln try nearly newdfhls Mill alto lIIuhttl or n Holler Corn Mill mid Vrvtl Orunher rapacity Ira Ituvhf U Meal per sod will oriuli aw lIusll VI lxr day nil in lIt rhtsr ctnt tlttlon and Mtunted on rnllroitil track Hunt nlde him n pollution of Ijtou InlmMtniita and there Is Ilaottitrnlln within mllexuur nn foil for t llinKUiU property Uowlni to our health falllni Aiivono iljIroiuotthUklmt or ititSir McKevhnle wilt take plenxurv In ohow inglttoxuvmewhoIi Interenttil and will call at the Inquiries by mall will lit TKItMH KAHY 311Kl1IlNit UltOH lliinuklt Ky WHITES PURITY GUARANTEED Splits Splits t SPLITS 1 What Is Splits Find Out Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Splits Made from Epsom Water Carbonated Stops the Dope Habit It is easy Try our Diamond Brand sale at Drug Stores Soda Fountains Cafes and Saloonse Price lOc Per Bottle Whites C C Water Company Inc Crab Orohard Ky ELECTION NOTICE Lincoln County Court A regular term hvM at the courthouse In Htiinfunl Kynn IOnIIIYiIIIY II llmt tiltHoiionilile HC Judise In tin xUUoi of M Klmore ft ill fur n Imiil option election This day emits M IC Klmore and out him dnrl and live 1It other i tltlonom whom Humps x tltlon Hied at a form er term ofthtacourt at IingtheotnthtecltI- zelw and resident of Htiinford Lincoln county KyovcSlycnnufnge and tonal voters of mild tOWIIlIIIIountjYllttorl1lY and moved th lion bo held In the Mild town of Htanfonl on June lint for the purK e of tnklUK thu fciiKO of the leidil voters of Mild town upon the proH ltlon whether or not spirituous vinous tout malt lliinor lmll Iw old liar ture l and loaned therein Ami It iippcnrliiK front proof hoard that the Klgnaturen to the aforesaid wtltkm lire Konulne and that the iiuiiilxr ol Mild KlKiiaturc In equal to more than 25 IKT cent of till vote suet at the lust nlectlou held In and for the Hull town of Htanford the wild petition helm ilKiuil liy pvnunii and the hlthe t numlwr of voice cast at hut election held In and for the town of Htaiiford Iwln ilia and It further nppearliiK from proof lieaol that the per nluniHl to hi petl tlonnrtuneluuuwereau the time cltUeni fwd reKldeut of the town of Htmiford over iil ot aue and qunllllfd to vote at decFiona In Mild town until for county olllcers It U ordered that on June an election lie held In the town of Htnnford aforcvald for the purpoxfl of tnklUK thus nlin of thu thereof ujioii the proposition whether or nut spirituous vlnoux and malt liquors thall Iw old Imrtered and Ill therein and T J lUll Hrr the sherlfl of Lincoln county Uorderetl tooM iia poll at enclinnd every votlnu place iiI each and every votliiK precllielIii Htanfonl on June 011111 for the purpose of holdliiK and con dllltltl told and he will make dun iidvcrtUeiiicnl of Mild election liy a publica thin of tills order III the iNTKllIoitlouitXU newspaper puMUhed In Htnnford In each 1I1I1I1qbII thereof for not Iess thnll two June ItiM and YJlrlllhll hand bills posted In nut Icsr Ulan con plcuoiu places In Mild town for not lute than two wuekfprlor mid ditto JK will Lore the advertisement and notlccn alxive men tioned entered In tho INTKHIOU JoritXJ and Misted within oven iliiyi niter the re Ipt liv him of thin milor rlthtrlltlulIlJIIII for the city of Hlmifonl in cu- diindtvervvotlgidocetip1 precinct there who are or ttUOIIIlIrolltofore hull recorded on the reclslratlon ShudoreltiutyIsreglettrtrl planswhenelection hurChy called Ureiiulred to ml vertlxxl A tYoopEltblerkoftheLlncoln0uuntyCourt I NOTICE rlvllI I will until MoyllWW tell family gee to Rite Ulyniplnn water nt Miring fly month for Hand to name t stn deliver Mima water to tiolnti where I do Riot have to IIhlp Oil n n nt HN per cno of nalloni Tryuciue Addrem U K U Mo llox M JlntollllIlK A S PRICE8u- rgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over Mclloberta Drug Store in the Oweloy Building NEW LIVERY STABLE BUBKJSJbCLASKSONlKri JUNCTION CITY KYr- tntOUti Turnout at Beionible Itatel- Special Atteattoo to Traveling Men and flay For Bale Waynesburg Marble and Gran Its Work- sHARRYJACOBS Proprietor Denier tit nnd Manufucturer of Granite Monuments Marble- Itnltdettennnjnclnlt Siludgelt lIt orb Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard Ky We are prepared to write Inturance Life Accident Fire or TornadoA- nd nollclt thu Imxlnvi of the oltlteni of tho Kant land None but tho best condom let rvprviwne- Otlico with Crab Orchard Banking Co Ilnvon tnlk with u Ufore plnclnR jour In lurnnct of renewing old pollclei- Ijltt your property with us And we tell It for you cltllrglug you only n small per Cunt NABOTH nr Naboth bay fouryearold sad a much finer hone than hlaelreso known to thu part of the State al a breeder of s ed style and daabllltT Item Nora Nor vat brNoral JU i a son of Electioneer 113 Nora Normal a Ont dam by letronolt tan ion of Ilambletoclan 10 lire of leo Wllkes and Eleetloneon 2d dam b Mam brlno Starlight 3rd darn by Oltrert tthdam by Wagneri Stb dam by Imp TranbTt 6tb dam by Thornton Rattler A splendid dividual with a p dlcreo I fine as any hones Stand Uh hand high and weigh 1200 pounds Will make the season at U IettuY near Pri achenvllie at Its to Inure a colt Money due when mare Is traded or parted with or bred to another hone The black JacK J K BAUGHMANb- y Tarkln Napoleon will make the season at the same place at 110 to Insure a ItTlng colt He 16 2 high and has a good breederproven grated at 1360 per month which In all cases mutt paid before they are removed Care takes to prevent accident but sot responsible should any occur J MR 0 PETTU3 IreacbersviUe Ky LINCOLN SQUIRREL Red bay black point 15 hands high and tall back with long lcranevtaporlnKneckwells In hljlh nuunt hone head and earonJitmamodeUunder halter wonderful style In haroets a show hone sure be Is a saddle horse with five distinct gaits last acting racker good In two walks and fire- loper very polttve In ht trot under saddle and In barned great all around action as b required tar an date sire or high price sale horse for saddle or harnessi he hone gracefula sure enough harness stylish and fat Lincoln squirrel era sired by Marlon Fqulrrel 008 byold gnulr rel 158 bo br Eagle 71 he by King William 67 Marion 11 dam Green MoMntuln Id dam by Huge Edwin Forest Lincon rqutrrel tat data Kate by Messenger nreezs a full IMcOalliter Maude Messenger record 218 Depo bv Mambrlno Stat lIjht a lull brother to Lady Thorn 221 3rd darn Mollle Crow by helms Yorkshire thoroujbbred Black his grand sire Is the tire of more noted saddle horses has any other horse In the world such all Highland Denmark Chester Dare and Red Squirrel Lincoln Squirrel will bo allowed to serve a few good mares the sruson of 1006 at leaxey lire livery barn at 112 50 to Insure a living colt Phone 5 J n IIEA7LY Stanford Ky THE WARFIELD Trial 224 Trotting Dark bay stallion 15 3H hands foaled August Igor bred by Village Farm Lunt Aurora New York Sired by Dare Devil 24828 record 209 sire ci TJlc Beau Ideal 2J r JS Son or Mamhrino King 1270 sire of Lord Derby Nightingale Metallas Thd Lord March Lady of the Manor HeiratLaw King Charles Mocking Boy Mercecs all with records wader 208 First Pam NaughtGirl by Hex byAmeriuus 23 00 Mambrino King 1279 3rd dam Dotlet by Nutwood 600 th dam Topaz by Strath more 6th dam Millard by Albion 6th dam Ned by Edwin Forest 7th dam Lady Turner by Mambrino Chief The Warfield was worked only 90 days last season and showed a 224 clipover a hall mile track He is sound good head cd good galled good wind good feet and legs kind easy to handle In harness one that will stay and trot all day Hewill make the present season at our farm near McKinney at 8 to insure a living col- ttares traded oil 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 He 14 years old i5l hands high black with white bone and action and a areat Individual You should see this nine jack before you breed S M OWENS SON McKiriney Ky q Ii f f t fiRTS HiiTsta- tt J i There is nothing more necessary to a well dressed man than his HEADGEAR Quality countsfor 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 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 STETSONS you all know we carry them in three grades 350I450 and 5 The new derbies and soft telescopes in various shades and dimen sions H J McROBBRTS STANFORDKENTUCKY l PENNYS DRUG STORE e New Stock PARIS GREEN Let us Supply You I PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky TESTIMONIAL TtII plantinuuguntted t ner and plumber of Stanford has given good service I would S I Myfamilydispensable phone This system is in every particular an up todate plant So simple and useful fresh water cal be had I in short order all through house from cistorn at all hours Ask Mr Aldridge thc plurnlcr for a catalogue and read up on wonderful time Rill labor saving way of living You I up enough air in n fow minutes to supply water for all cnuJlU thlI t size family all day Think of it both cold or hot water MHS A G T SMITH Stanford Ky I Itea e nr sYOUR WANTS6IN WindowGlassWall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by t+ W B McRoberts DRUGGISTSTANFORD I PKKBOXAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded p L r Laces asellrele Wo will show you Over n hundred patterns in Meolnin Va IRllll Itothid Merit Vnl Traces They fire rho correct thing for trimming nil while1 lied trash materialseNew patterns just in J r BTANKOHD Ky MAY 22 1901 DELICIOUS Ico Cream Soda nt Penny Drug Store PERSONALS REV P J HosS went to Harrods burg SaturdayIMiss EVA HAUEV of Harrodsburg ii with the Misses Newland MRS JAMBS MHRSIIOV of Lcbanoi Junction Is with relatives here- In JESSE F COOK of Lexington has gone on a business trip to Spain GEOIHH MKNUPBI Is at homo for R few days from Georgetown College MR E G WALLKR o at tended the burial of Mr J W Eu banks IlBV L D Goocti of Small Pulas ki county was here with relatives Sat unlay MR B K WEARHN now of Cairo was hero with old friends for several days MR J E PATRIK of Jackson was the guest of tho family of CapU Thos Richards 4 TUB LITPRAIIY CLUB will meet with Mrs W J Aston nt 20 Thursday afternoon MRS S M ALIBV of Mlllcrsburjr attended tho burial of Miss Bessie Kaj Englcman MR II D CAMIMIUU and family or Bellevue arc with Mr and Mrs Jamm F Cummins MISSES PEARL AND CLARA COLLIER of Crab Orchard wero caller at this office Friday- Miss MARY E MOIUEY has returned from n visit to Miss Sallic Y Smith of Lancaster MRS II D GREGORY and son John ol Covington are with her father and brothers here Miss FLORENCE CULTON of Parke- vine is the guest or Miss liattio Far mer at Howland Miss NANCYE VANDBVBBR is spend i nit the week with Miss Florence Tan ner at McKinney MRS NANCY SMITH who has been with Mrs II U Bright at Lexington returned yesterday MRS WILL SEVERANCE and Miss Vir glnin Plckett went to Shelby Saturday to visit their old home MR WILL HIMICBU who is working for the Q C at Somerset Is with his mother nnd sister here MESSRS LLOYD AND WILLIAM HUEY of Somerset attended the burial o- rt I Miss Bessie Kay Engle man MRS W H HICCINH and Misses Ma ry Mcltobcrts and Margaret Hopper spent Saturday in Lexington l JUDGE M D HUGHES of Lancaster was hero yesterday to meet his wife who has been visiting in Seattle MRS S M SAUFIEY of Frankfort attended the burial of her cousin Miss Bessie Kny Englcman yesterday Miss ANNIE BROSAUOII and brother Mr Gcorgo Bronaugh of Crab Orchard were down Sunday for n short While MRS W MASON MORRIS who has been with her sister Mrs J F Hoi dam returned to Crab Orchard yester day MR J M DUNcAN and sister Miss I Jennie Duncan of Lancaster wcro tho I guests of Judge and Mrs R C Warren Sunday Misses KATIE KINO and Myrtle Mc Whorter nnd Messrs Heath Willis and t Morris Perkins of Crab Orchards were hero Sunday i MR It L WARNER and Miss Myrtlo i OBannondrove up to Richmond Sun day and were the guests of Miss Mar WhiteI TRAINS W W WRIGHT and Road Master Burns of Livingston were here Friday looking after tho L Ns interests IMR B W GIVENS was letj suddenly down in tho shaft hole of tho mine is being worked on his place and was badly bruised and shaken up REV U B MAIIONY nnd Miss Mario and Cant andMahony of Mrs J B Willis of Crab Orchard Springs will attend tho Conclave at Paris week MR T B HAMMONDS of Stanford was at his old homo at Baldock Sunday Grover Wilkinson of Stanford is visit ing his grandfather Mr J W Mooro MissOLLie BALDWIN and Mrs C B ittain are expected home next week t J rom Baltimore Miss Baldwin underwent n successful operation Richmond Register MRS W M BRIGHT entertained the faculty of the Graded School in a most Friday afternoon IIJhtfu1refreshments were served- and nothing was that would have added to the delectation or her fstst e41 1s- a LOCALS THE fiscal court has been called to ether for Thursday 24th THY our Peerless Iceland Freeze Nothing like it Geo D Hopper GERMAN millet cano seed and cow- pens All new crop T D Newland PURB apple Vinegar in any quantit for stile E R Holtzclaw Preachers villa A GOOD secondhand Mhorso pOver engine for sale John S Murphy Mo Kinney Mns W S JONDB agent now tor Olympian Springs Water F M Sims Huatowlllo 4L BRINO your orders for jwUto color and other plants to J W Bracket Lower Main St Stanford WANTED a principal and I1S3ll1tnnl for Crab Orchard Graded School Address W Masdh Morris Crab Orchan Ky eo IP you want to know what colors tho children of Stanford love look at their Maypole niter it is covered with rlq bons ONE of tho most enjoyable number on tho program for Wednesday ovcnin will be tho Choo Choo Cars by tholIt tlo tots from tho First Grade THE society of the Unp tist church will meet with Mrs J S Rico on Friday afternoon at 230 o clock Mrs J F Cummins secretary THERE will be an oldtime fry nt Olympian Springs on May 26 Must furnished by McKinney band A teo of 35c will be charged for tho meal F M Sims Hustonvlllo OLD Aunt Candncy Whitley who lived hero until seven years ago died in Chicago at tho homo of one of her children and the body was b rough hero and interred Friday She was a good old colored woman and had man friends of both races e FAULKNER KENNEDY colored a see tion hand on tho K C division fel fromn handcar near Rowland and the car passed over him breaking his let aud otherwise injuring him Foreman Wm Watson and several other met were also badly injured by the cal jumping tho track when it struck Ken nedys body ON account of the ability of all the pupils in the smaller music class Miss Ellen Ballou was unable to choose a representative as a piano soloist at the opera houso Wednesday night and set tied the matter by having them draw straws for tho honor Miss Mary Moore Raney was tho lucky little lady antI will represent tier clnssiEUntr KsMrj Wesley Eubanks ged 83 died at his homo near Hubble Saturday morning of n complication of troubles Ho is survived by his wife end tcven children He was a splendid old gentleman a devout member of the Baptist church and ono of tho very best citizens in tho county Deceased tad been in poor health for u long time but ho lore his sufferings with re markable fortitude and patiently await ed tho end He had lived a righteous godly life and death held no fears for him Tho remains wero brought hero yesterday morning and after a few ap propriate words by Rev R B Mahony they were laid to rest in Buffalo Cemetery Truly n good man has gono to Ills reward let the splendid example ho set in his long sojourn on earth be emulated Till art display at tho Graded School itS oclock Saturday afternoon was a lung of beauty and the words of praiso md commendation of tho splendid vork exhibited must have carried joy to tho heart of tho efficient and talent cd teacher Miss Charlotte Warren Tho paintings and crayon work would ave been a credit to professionals and to think that it was done by schoolchildren makes it the more remarkable A great many friends of tjio school at tended the display and wo dare say hero was not one who was not agree ably surprised at the high class of work shown That Miss Warren is an artist herself nono will gainsay but unlike a reat many of those who use tho brush sho has tho ability to Impart her knowl idgo and as a consequence her nako rapid progress and soon become adepts in that line a Seasonable Goods We have n Complete lino of white goods nnd colored wash goods such as Lingerie Cloths Linens Datistca Hnnkerchief Linens Persian Mulls c I v Swisses o II Doused nnd Embroidered Swisses arc very fashionable We nre showing n good line ICc to fiOc per yard RAIN is badly neededIWANTEB Cows to pasture Mis Noncyo VanDeveer e THE L sold 38 tickets to Louis villa Sunday for the excursion and 11 JQ Cincinnati IT will bo gratifying to all to fcrioi that Prof Ireland will favor tho audl enco Wednesday evening by singing a bass solo Hit magnificent voice is at its best in thip selection G A It POST No2GCrabOrchard will hold memorial services at Enhesu Baptist church Lincoln county Sun day May 27 at 1030 oclock Every body is cordially invited to attend K D Nooks THE Baccalaureate sermon at the Presbyterian church Sunday mornin by Rev Gilbert Glass was heard by an immense crowd and his splendid effort was greatly enjoyed The choir had made considerable preparation and tho music rendered was of a very high or der The pulpit was tastily decorate with flowers of various kinds The trustees of the Graded School the teachers and tho two graduates Misse LcGrande Jones and Ida Moore wan present in n body THE Graded School Auditorium was crowded Saturday afternoon and the splendid program rendered by the pu pils and others was greatly enjoyed The piano guitar and vocal selections brought forth liberal applause and the most favorable comment while tho essays were well worded and most creditably delivered Each person who took part acquitted himself in a way pleasing to all and there was general regret when the interesting program was con cluded Not only the performers are deserving of credit but tho teachers and others who so carefully trained them are entitled to a full share of praise as well Miss BESSIE KAY ENGLEMAN KILLED A gloom was cast over this entire community Saturday afternoon when it was announced that Miss Bessie Kay Engleman the youngest daughter of Mrs Annie Engleman had been struck by a train at the crossing in front of Mr E P Woods and instantly killed She had started to the entertainment at the Graded School and was driving alone when tho accident which cost her life occurred No 22 tho Northbound passenger train was some VO minutes late and was running rapidly down grade when Engineer Henry Farrar saw the horse appear He attempted to stop but tho short space between was not sufficient to even check the engine Just before the crossing was reached ho says the occupant of tho buggy who was Miss Englcman leaped from the vehicle and he thinks the engine struck her before she touched tho ground She was hurled more than 100 feet and death was instantaneous The horsc was also killed and the buggy literally torn to pieces Tho train was topped and the trainmen after seeing what had been done left an employe with the body until the family could be lotlfied Mr Cicero Reynolds and Dr Clifton Fowler were tho first to arrive at the scene They and others took ho body to the homo and tho scene hat followed was a pitiable ono indeed The grief of the mother sisters and clatives would have moved a heart of tone May He who doeth all things well give them strength to bear tho great burden that has fallen so suddenly upon them Miss Englcman was usf 16 years old bright and pretty and tull of life and promise Sho was exceedingly popular and many there are oday who uro saddened by her tragic leath It is indeed a pity that one who tad 80 much to live for should bo taken icr it did An immense crowd attend ernoon and afterward followed the re nains to Buffalo Cemetery Rev r J toss preached a most affecting funeral sermon and there was scarcely a dry eyo in tho audience when he concluded pis remarks The little mound that larks the last resting place of this sweet girl just budding into beautiful womanhood was literally hidden with flowers sent by loving and sympathetic friends who mingle their tears and sorrow with that of the grief stricken family There has been no sadder occurrence in or near itanford in years and unbounded sympathy goes out to those upon whom the grief rails hardest r I I FOR RENT Cottage of five rooms on East Main Street Mrs Woodie Hale RunE German millet seed for sale at COc per bushel W IJ Murphy Stan fordeFOR RENTTho storeroom on Lancaster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office REMEMBER tho horse sale at the de pot beginning at 10 A M tomorrow Wednesday See ad for particulars FOR screen doors window screens wire cloth water coolers Ice cream freezers lawn mowers go to George H FarrisSBE in atfive opera house in time Wednesday evening to see the Maypole dance given by 12 beautiful children SEATS for tho entertainment Wed nesday evening arc on sale at Mc Roberts Drug Store Admission 25 and 35c DIRT was yesterday for the new bank building at Hustonville Mayor James P Goode moved the first spade fnll of dirt and Mr W R Wil Iiams tho second Pretty strenuous work for these gentlemen MRS J S OWSILY JRS entertain ment of the Young Married Peoples Social Club Friday evening was one of tho most delightful social functions Stanford has had in many a day and an occasion that will not soon be forgotten by those who were fortunate enough to be present hi Cometo Mass Meeting at the court house tonight Everybody invited both ladies and gentlemen There will be a friendly discussion of the issue now before the people of Stanford namely Local Option The Election has been called for June 9th Come to the Court House Tuesday night at 750eA MEDAL offeredCampbell Hagcrman College at the beginning ofI the school year for tho best all around student the one with tho sunniest dis position and most adaptable ways Tho decision was made Thursday morning by the vote of the entire college faculty and students and Miss Georgia King of Crab Orchard was almost unanimously choscTi She is a member of the Sophomore class and this is the first time she has been able to take a whole years regular work on account of ill health This recognition of her charm and high character is very grat- Ifying to her friends Lexington Lead erS W MENEFEE who resigned the position of editor of the Kentucky Ad vocate of Danville lest October to associate himself with the St Louis office of the Kinloch Long Distance Telephone Company at Alton has been promoted will make his future homo Mr Mencfee with the Western office of tho StrombergCarlson Telephone Manufacturing Company owned rod operated by the United States In Telephone Company or Rochester N Y 50000 000 synj Irate which was organized He is well known to of the newspaper craft throughout the State who be glad to learn his rapid rise in the telephone world PARKERSI hill a hitutiul growth Never Fall to lurtore Or Hair to til Youthful Color Cuni falling tne ndtljiuit DmirtUu Notice A MMrliil term of the Lincoln County KIs nil Court IsillIltvl for Thursday May it nnil the nitinbori of tho court iiri tlo tc to convene In Its county court room lit uoclockAMtolllIuIetI111r11II11 tho hll ixrvlslon of tho work contracted to K done liy thosiwlio hove contrnctwl to put rock and grand on the tuns ekes for the tliHulnu your K C WAHHBN Judge Auction Sale of Horses Look nt UK hniy herds of this stork It 81lIks iiliilnly mud oiiitiliiitlcally for their IIIve II III tlHIrklrtMi nnil Krnml lr8 Imlim Kentucky Miilllmis This Klvux them thtilr tllIIII lIt oxprtloli Trans cash Ilrlnu your money with you Wo soil at auction null at auction only linen not crone to buy litprllntotnle tewlnnelllllrcnrlollll o western horets and iiiiiron ono lit a hula to highest bidder at Htaiifotil Ky on W K UN KH DAY MAY SI limit Hale will U at Knllronil Hick Ynnls This stock U Niildlo lord driving lirwl aro Unlit lHinoilyoiiiiiiiiiil slnipy ages trout 2 to your Halo commonco promptly at 10 si ruuarilloiiiuif wontlior Hculntor should attoml ss wo will suit without limit or rosirve horses can seen Yiinlft two Uforo anleKINIl UIIOH J iVGtiuiuller Auct 1 Attention HouseCleaning Brigade ra In addition to our large stock of Carpets Matting Hugs Curtains Shades Ect we ore Wuriug 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 eavo money SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY thatISamI i yf Lit Id 1 I Copyright 1906 by Hart Schafrner E1 Marx GentletnenI Dress Suits Should occupy your thoughts now Just before the June gaieties We have the Hart Schaffer Marx kind Should like to show yo- uCUMMINSMCLAICY Ladies and Chil f drens Shoes AQ Entire New Stock For ladies we have The Krippen dorfDittman lines Large range of styles at 2 to 350per pair both in Shoes andOtfforcls For children The Scheiffele Shoe Cos line This is a good honest wearing line with plenty of style NEW and NOBBY styles for Children and Misses at 25c to 150 per pair Canvas Oxfords for Ladies and Children at to 150 per pair t l See our Window L Me HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY The Interior Journal Erltrtd in the PottOjfict at Stanford a vccndclou waiter 7IXBUBIIBD TOBSOAVS AND FHHJWB At 5100 PER YEAR CASH when not so paid IJOO will be charged NAPOLEON Wnckjack IIIKb WasalrPd b Turklngt oils Napoleon lit dam by lilac Hawk who n onof HtlRfilll Onlw stern Black hawk o1 dlllll by lot Wood Will nerve nnrvs nt 110 to Insure n living colt Trading tho mare forfeits the Insnrunco No nxponslhlllty for ncclili nts K Htnnfonl Ky INSURANCEPyre Lightning WllldHtorI11Ufe and Accident None the HTItO nnd JKHT Companies Represented i wctPoiUble Rates Ounl8l1h I Ioi Paying Ileo rtJjUnequitlled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 82 35 Farm Mules For Sale AH broke and native bred You can see them by calling on me B G Fox Livery Feed t Sale Stable Danville Ky BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Streot STANFORD KT Special attention to Commercial Men Your patronage it solicited Hones handled on commission Stock Pen In Connection Two Farms For Sale wish to Bell privately my fnrm of 170 creiB mites Went of Lancaster on tho Lars Ington pike It Is well Improved and haof water and Umber Well fenced gOOllnlllIltAlia of ncreS lying nildwny l nnd Iex food utletencItngton pikes wny Well fenced Term rfa onnblo T In1NO Uark bury Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy readymade clothing when there 10 little dlfferenco In the prlco of high readymade suits nnd it ult mndo to fourmeasurement tnken by nn experienced I have a handsome line HprliiK and Summer good I can make from u low toslneu lull to the finest dross suit Also STerconto trousers and fancy vests The sempany I represent is one of the bet H C RUPLEY the Tailor Patl Traylor DIALKB IM Whlstn Brandu Wines Bas Gloars Etc Oarpenttr House Obese to Depot STANFORD KY Prooft nd pollil attention Nothing I the Bee Ndtlsk phone cr UIcrp order rtcilvt prompt attesUon Attention Farmers I I have just received u car loador 30 tots of The Old Homestead Per tillzer 14It hiss a world wido reputntinu is un eacellcRl as n crop producer It soils on its merits For the lands fake Jive it a trial E W CnuwHTox KingsvilleKy Qc Aary Undertaker Embalmer and Defiler in HarneasSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 107 Horne Phone IS JLBeazleyCo r TJndertaKors and Embalmers Also Dealers in Fur aiture filattiugsRuga They will excliailge Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give t Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY f t Here and T ere1It is stated that the in tho world is that of dye making fro coal tar The average life ofa tar worker is 86 years Results in the counties holding con ventions in Tennessee Saturday large ly increased Mr Pattersons vote for the tion Democratic gubernatorial nomina At a meeting of the Lancaster grad ed school trustees the entire headed by Principal J E Mannix unanimously elected for the coming scholastic year An explosion in a powder mill a t Pleasant Prairie Wis caused 250X damages and made residents of two counties think they had experienced ar earthquake shock The House by a vote of 107 to CO refused to pass the AntiGraft Bill so called dealing with cotton leaks and chnracterlTheCongress theIscope of the measure Because he thought that ho was to be lined up with Booker Washington in a debate on The Race Problem Sena tor B R Tillman wired the management of the camp meeting of the In diana Association of Spiritualists aa follows I am informed that it has been mentioned that arrangements are being made for a debate between Washington and myself at your place So far as Washingtons following me is concerned I do not care but I will not meet him en the platform If it is a Negro equality crowd that I am to talk to I prefer to cancel the engagement Please let me know The manage ment of camp speakers wired in reply to the Senator that the movement to have Washington there was abandoned and that the Senator would have the date of August 26 without interference FARMERS DEPARTMENT E S Powell Son sold to K L Murphy 26 205pound hogs at 6c A small crowd attended Danvill Court yesterday and business generally was dull There were very few cattle on the market and little demand for themA petition was filed at Newport ask ing the closing of the poolroon near that place operated it is said by the Western Jockey Club It is allege- that the room is a public nuisance Artful has been declared out of the Brooklyn Handicap By the withdrawal of Artful Roseben and others from the Brooklyn it Is estimated that the public loses nearly 200000 in booksAlmont Dare owned by E S Powell Son of tho West End has his boo full and the owners had to discontinue tho advertisement in this paper to keep mares away His first colt came last week and is a daisy Sciatica Cured After Twenty Years of Torture For mono than 20 years Mr J B Massey of 3322 Clinton St Mlnnoa oils Minn was tortured by sciatica rho pain and sufjrerlngxvhjchhelndur od during this time is beyond compre honslon Nothing gave him any permanent relief until ho used Chamberlains Pain Balm One application of that liniment relieved the pain nnd mado sleep and rest possible and less than two bottle has effected a puriM nent cure If troubled with sciatica or rheumatism why not try a 25cent bottle ofPaln Balm nnd see for yourself how quickly It relieves the pain For sale by Dr W N Craig the popular druggist at Stanford gMoors prepare butter in an original way Fresh butter they despise and use only for cooking It must be old if it is to be liked After it has lain in a hole in the ground for some years and has got a certain appearance it becomes a delicacy To make butter a goat skin is turned outside in It is filled with milk bound tight and tied to a tree There it is beaten backward and forward till the butter is made That is why one cannot get butter in Morocco without hair all through it The butter is then laid on pieces of wood and tho maker proceeds to sell it Stomach Troubles Mrs Sue Martin an old and highly respected resident of talsonla Miss was sick with stomach trouble for more than six months Chamberlains Stom ncll and Liver Tablets cured her She sasHI can now cut anything I want and am tho proudest woman in the world to Und such a good medicine It For sale by Dr W N Craig tho popular druggist at Stanford Ky The case aJohn Galvin and Pat Conley of Lexington indicted in the United States District Court at London filed away on motion of District Attorney Tinsley because of the death of the moat important witness for the Govern ment and to make out a case These men and Daniel Duncan were indicted some time on the charge of intimidatitg colored voters at Lexington IF you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Concen trated Crab Orchard Water It will do the work For sale by W B McRob erts G L Penny W N Craig Stanford and C W Adams J G Weather lord Cd Hustonville J W Thompson Kingaville e INot if as Rich As Rockefeller you had all the wealth of Rocke youmnot a bowel complaints than Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy The most eminent physician can not proscribe a better preparation for colic and diarrhoea both for children and adults Tho uniform success or this remedy has shown ittobosupcrlo to all others It never tails nUll sweetenedsto byIDrat Stanford Louis Landram of the Lancaster hempIcapital of Garrard we would suggest that the old use be tried for a while yet at least Frankfort Journal EGGS EGGS EGGS Plymouth took Hllver f mid Black Lan shun nt It r setting of IS HIllufonlIcstwl ore Invited to vidt my bees nml see my stock Mr W P White Vluw Poultry Inrlll lrenchorvlllu k- yINSURANCI Place your business in the old est oust strongest company in the world SeeamI talk with R M Kcwland who will show you the policy best adapted to your ago and circumstances Claims paid prompt ly Dividends paid annually or defer red R M NEWLAND Agent Mutual Life Insurance Co of N Y Organized 1843 The Wild Man of Borneo This line thoroughbred horse whose name U n tnUnomer for it solider unfei lrllllltltitoMiretsrttsire General OIl or Slereer who IInPi1etunntol J W O A Mercer county man says that old rift DnvU WI the llneit horse ever mined In Mercer county iris diun wits the celebrated trotting ninre Marie An toinette owned by lion W Sinter when he was county ottorne The Henrgilo III the Kennedy Ikirony three mile from Crab Orohnnl on the Ijincniter pike This stuck of horei requires no brenkliiR Also the Volcano de Mnrtlnlnue will be on thuMnnic inagnlllcont farm nt the iniintlon rndttrlPtendtalus for less alum I Ills ilnm the Wild Zlngarellnunrlvnlcd In her iiovrle beau ty Tho Wild Man of Ilnrneo U n beautiful barswith two white hind furl volcano do Mnrtlnlquo fa n raven block with four white buskin and is iierhiipt the most Uliutlful harM In Lincoln county nU111tt11rUukeof ruborclmnl requeits tltntlln graslaonklion fvo IlOlllUTT KKNNKDV SUMMER JR Bay stallion is3i hands a Rood individual with abundant He is by hummer 6112 sire of Ifonocr 300 Stately 2 1114 Spalpeen 318X Quickly 3 UK Moan Ulncer 515i 2lfl J6 In 330 renownedpof Electioneer living that is out of a George Wilkes mate and with tho exception of Arlon s the only son standing la Kentucky that has a 300 perfosrner to his ciudtt llummerlrdsmisalma br the great lord Hunell dam Oodlra by Auditor 773 HAPSBURG 509 Or at coach alllun 161 hands high by Imp Gloater and out of a mate by Wonder tel Boy Any one wishing a very lileb bred coach to breed on standard bred mare for gutting style speed aud action should ice this horse JESSE ALVERSON Shetland Pony Fine Individual good breeder style and action All of these horses will stand at f 10 to sure n living colt Will also stand my two Jacks at 110 to In sure mares and 910 hy the season from April ta July for jennet Mare grated Bt 8250 per month whirl In all cases must be paid before thin are removed Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible any occur Mares traded or with makes season money duo J K DAUOHMAN Uustonvlllo Kr Antecarlo 226 12f Made over Versailles track in winning race Sired by Anteo 216 12 that sold for 800000 at public sale First dam Mary Ann by Hailstorm 813 son of Mambrino Patchen These two crosses produced The Abbot 203 14 cham 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 trotting stallion of the world You see Antecarlostwo top crosses are responsible for the fastest gelding two nexf crosses art responsible for the fastest stallion Then you see he is better bred than 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 do to insure a living colt BUCK VARNON Dlack Jack with white points 5 years old i5J high Fine breeder and great Individual A jack of fine bone and action Will standat S10 to insure n liv ing colt We will also stand the young jack ABRAN 3rd at 18 to insure a colt He was sired by Aliran and and he by an imported jack Abran 3rds first dam by Velocipede and dam by Imp Palermo 3r l dam by Morengo Mammoth Lien retained on colts for season money Mares traded or bred to other horses forfeits insurance and makes season money doe All will stand at my farm on Somerset pike four miles from Stanford Mares grazed at 12 per month Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur- WILLIAM M FIELDS Stanford Ky S For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of land situated Just outside of town limits on the Somerset pike House has rooms kitchen and ier pants room good collar table and all necessary outbuilding Water hydrant lathe yard one for tock J P DAILEY HAVE YOUR colts castrated by 1F Gross Grub Orchard Ky the well known cas trator of horses and horso doctor Phono In Residence Noticel OKricr OK rorxTT JiitwiK- HTANKOUII KT MAT 111111 The sheriff will begin collecting taxes nbout JIIIHI lot mind nun matter ol liifornnt lion for tlui v TMor of dirt rxmil I nwko thl Ktiit of Ih rand law which IIIK loofastetloulileretntupMudd uverswn strati xlIIllt fnlm on Juries nnil from xill tnx fur rood unit tirldw and for failure ti shallform the duties rtHiulrnl of them they fur each olToiKO lined Iroin D to ala The ioiiiM iiuitlonitiiil the ouy elllllmllllull tit dirt rotul overmir In hU ixill tux which IIP or In oc- ieyandwluulhedierintkesis ncttliMiuiit with time llvnl court In will Ix rfvtlltiNl hy tlree pxciiitillon It O WAUKr JmlK ASHLAND BROOK ISO IITMI Vol A T II It bretl l y Eugene Iturk tr Irorgrtown Ky Ashlnnd Ilrook was fouled mu nollil lacy with Ifft hind foot highPRDIOIIKK Ilrook No MnriraretllatlmItale rI7ilillioltand Running Crook SHU Hllunt Ilrook iilre1 imrknltflit No the sire of H nrch 111111iVrecord 217 Ashland Brooks lit ilrtin Ilium 2111thoIT 2Ik1tAshinnd Wllkt slreil by lied leoriiti Wllkp second Until Hide Illlyliy 1rrtemler IUannl dull liv Jim Monrra 1SoTxlhlllhllllrook Is a limuUomi fel low with lots of nuliMnnc limn laid way of going wills loteofsptelstyle nil IIcllon Tills molt sbmdd sire nome very iiiahchi i horses Aililnnd Ilrook will erveit lew out stile imiru this teuton nt to Inure n living colt ratio utiind the Rnnt mulo mid jHiinct luck Hilly Kwne lit Ill for Iliiirvn und lai Jtnnrt to Insure n IhlIl colt Hilly Kitnc win dad by Tom KPue1st ilnm hy the Imp Pnlermo ai ilnm by Irv Hubble Prince tin sire of Jot Iminckhi mId liolln Hilly Kern dlillldl till hiilwl black with white xiint und HI brwxler U umuriunvsl as mule or jennet Jnok hie colt always brlnulnu the highest prlctw Stares tradetl Hirtiil with or brvtt elsewhere forfeits the Iniurnnce mud money becomes due nt the tune of inch transaction KING EAGLE No SRVU 0111 A MlI It Klnx Haiti Is is hnmU high dark lay with OowliiK innno twit goes nit the gaits with plenty of speed style and uctlou PKHKIHKK Hired by Koynl King KH lit JnUOnU3WI win hv the noted sire Oalibvllln lilnntonKH KInK Kutlen Ut ilnm Hip SBV she by Illrd he by Old King lla gle7Sottl dam by lleii Linn Srd ilnm ho by Miller1 DenmnrE nit dater by Jim fell UltorotiKhbrrdt oTIKllltr Engle is a cualblued lion n breeder of line colored and liluh triedrouts all hwllll plenty of sire anti acttout- his colt will show for Uiimvlvef Klnit Eagle will iiiskp the present ten lOn of IP it ntonrslabletwoand onehalf tulles Vest of Htanfonl on tho Mhelliy nty pike nt tilt Jilt to Insure it llrlnx colt- Willalso tmnl t lie great mule Jack Jim Keen sired by tin print Hilly Kevin First wullswconnldntubyIleeher blnck with white points n rwit mule Jerk thi sire of till roll that J K Braes lOld latFall for Jim Keene 1111111 mIl ItillI tin to Inuns living colt For further imrtlrulnrnonll on or nddros HT lIAUltlH A IUIIIT WD01W- Ihoiw n IlliiK Htnnronl Ky DARE ALL 2086 The combined stallion will make a limit ed season 1906 at Lawn More Stool Farm 2t1 miles wesf of Hustonville Kv on be Uradfordsville A lIullon lIe pike near Carpenters Station at SIS to Insure a Living Colt Mares traded or parted with for ells insurance sod money becomes dup at time of such transaction Lien retained on colt till season is Mate grated at 250 a month Gain fed if desired at reasonable rates hills must be paid lie fore removal of mares Mares entrusted will receive my personal atlontidn but I will not be responsible for accidents or escapesDzecslrrtoeFoaled in 1902 i1hands high dark bay with one front foot white Mar A model of great booulyI with short back long neck deepwell sloping shoulders and with great style as one would expect from reading his pedi gree tjoqd bone fine feet and legs wok derful stamina Attractive by halter un der saddle and in harness with that grace ful movement that belongs to him by inheritance from a long line of tho most famous ancestry of saddle horses the world has ever produced PKIMOUKK Dare No 1085 Vol 5 A S H R he by Chester Dare 10 be by Ulack Squirrel 58 he by Dlack Eagle 74 he by ng William 67 he by Washington Denmark 64 he by Gaines Denmark 61 he by Denmark FS 1st dam Fannie Mc 2739 by Red Squir red 53 god dam Mollie Goodby King Wil liam 67 3rd dam by Devenpotts Oliver Th Dignitys 1St dam by Welchmont 6367 A T H It baby William Welch he by Kysdiks Hamblotonian and dam by Abdallah Messenger 3rd dam by Gills VermontREMAitksIn Uttering the services of Dare All to the public I take occasion lo state without presumption that I have been a breeder and handler of fancy sad dle horses for 25 years and experience bas taught me to know and appreciate a high class one Dare All U the result of careful painstaking breeding and comes as natural result of mating the very best mares with the foremost stallions the Slate has afford ed Carrying about 25 per cent of King William blood a greater per cent any stallion inservice in the State King William being regarded as preemi nent for fancy saddle and harness horses Dare All sired by the now coming famous Dignity Dare he In turn by Chester Dare following a long list of sires every one a great show horse out of mares were equally as famous as show mares and his dam Fannie Me the greatest show mare I ever owned having refused 81000 for her I think entitles him to the careful con sideration of all prospective breeders He is now just being started to the saddle taking to the aits as quick and handy as any I ever handled I think he will be oa grand show horse when finished See himI before booking your mares C C CAUPBNTEH Phone fn residence Hustonville Exchange r GOOD CLOTH ES FOR BOYS N Thclwy who races und rues needs a suit handyas he Clothes eland knocking about without being knocked out thatlllCOLUMBIA GOOD CLOTHES nre such Made with Uipcd inforced serous double sent nod knees and riveted waist bands Theyre Just V 4CardW E Perkins monCall anti get one of theM If not satisfactory return it nod get your ey back Good for roast turkey ham etc Works on top of stove ns well in oven a4 GEORGE H FARRISo Stanford m LOCK GRAY Hliitlam anyTrnroldabn le lull owjid by Hugh llrlil Fonts will tnK MtiMmnt Ilu to Iniurv mini roir Ilrbrnnlmlaral pony thus tort 11 u in t Hhttlinul iiliiiiilinnil Is n mini I ray 1IIUIIIIII1 th bal any lit Kcniurkv client n router In stns rniK in IKK 1111 rtnliuil uitiill colt until XIIMIII U not Mi with or bretl ell where fore pis iu urniii nail moon a 100111 itu Will nn the KtinOt lit time isms lock or lh Ht Aiiph Hotel JH HEll Htnnforxl K the Eincoln ounty national Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January J J906 24600000 w = OFFICERS S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J C BAILEY GENERAL BOOKKEEPER W M BRIGHT CASHIER J W ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J B OWSLFY Stanford S II SHANKS Stanford 0 W OAUTEII Turnorivl e JN H CUMMINS 1reachurtvllle L 0 Goocu W yneburg W H TnAVWU Olloert Crook U L HUIIHLK Lancaster W O WAIKKII Stanford J IL FosTPit Stanford W II SHANK Stanford J n PAXTON Stanford We rrnpoctfully solicit the nccoiints of Indlvldimli Finns and Corporations hunks nail Hunker nroprepitrwMo furnish nil ili oltorii lIch iiueommoilntloiit im are ioiulnunt with unto ImiikliiK student Huftty IKpoilt lloxos lit our yntilt for use of ay our Jmtomer First BankStanford Ky Capital Stock 5QQOO This Institution was original established u the Deposit Hunk of Stanford In IBSS then reorganIzed as the National Hunk of Stanford In 1888 and again reorganized as the First National nark of Stanford IB 1882 having had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 years It ii better itipplled now with facilities for transact 10K business promptly and well thad ever before In IU long and honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciarIes and Cor poratlons Solicited iKentucky Kentuckyr Bankl National Officers J B HOOKER Preil BT IlAHRig V Pro J J MoUOIIKUTB Ohr W IL WKAUKNAit Ohn Directors r Held Uanvllle BT Harris Stanford J Hooker Stanford K L Tanner M D Elmore Stanford n Dangbman Stanford T P nil Stanford Ju Itoblnson Hubble JD BauRhtnan Stanford J M Pettui Stanford 0 B Tate Stanford i r t