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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j a fr THE INTERIOR JOURNAL JVOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY MAY 25 1906 NO 20 MATRIMONIAL Deleo halo and MUa ROM Elliott were married at Eld J G Livingston by than gentleman Wednesday Edward Lankard was arrested at Cynthlana chanted with bigamy Ho claimed Ignorance of tho law declar- Ing he thought he could wed again I after five years separation Miss Theo Lilian Homphill the beau tiful daughter of Judgo and Mrs J C P Hernphlll of Lancaster will bo marred Saturday afternoon Juno 2 to Dr A Jackson McNees a prominent young physician of that place Tho dito of tho wedding of Miss Lin Llthgow and Dr Fayctto Dunlnp of Danville has been sot for Wednesday June 20th says the Iouisvlllo Post Tho ceremony will tako place at 6 o1 clock in the evening at tho home of the brides mother Mrs M II Lithgow and Rev II M Mossick pastor of the Fourth Avenuo Methodist church will perform tho ceremony Dr and Mrs Dunlap will leave that evening on their wedding tour and upon their return to Danville will go immediately to house keeping Will K Hockor son of Mrs S G Hockcr and Miss Mattlo Mao Martin both of this place were married at tho Gilchcr Hotel iJanville at 3 oclock Wednesday afternoon Hev T H Coleman performing tho ceremony They toro taking a short bridal tour and after May 28th will bd at home to their friends on Griffin avenue Somerset Tho groom has a good position with the Q C and Is held in high esteem by that railroad company Ho is an Industrious clover young man and his many friends will be glad to learn of his good fortune In winning such a fine young woman as his bride is Sho is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Alox Martin- exceedingly handsome and very popular Tho two have been sweet hearts for years and now that their fond hopes have been realized we know they are very happy indeed Bryan and the Goat William Jennings Bryan told the following story on himself Once out in Nebraska went to pro teat against my real estate assessment and one of tho things of which I parti cularly complained was assessing a goat at 25 I claimed that a goat was not real property in the legal sense of tho word and should not bo assessed Ono of the assessors a very pleasant faced old man very obligingly said that I could go upstairs with him and together we would look over tho rules and regulations and see what could be done We looked over the rules and finally tho old man asked Dow your goat run loupe on Uw roads Wellometima wiW I wonder njj whet the peftalty was for that Jrcadful olfrnM Doc he putt apt queried tho id man Yes I anawired he boas Well said the old man looking at pre this rule says tax nil that certain property running anti abutting on tho highway I dont see that I can do any thing for you Good day si- rROXSYE make the seuon of 198 atsaeopace atlf to insure a live colt Hot re U nuout Is heeds high was aired by ClalilweU U d Olant sue of Ibo Urgeti jack In Kentucky And lilt daub wa Onld wet pr nitum Jennet and U a One mule jack loner due In both sues when colt ore foaled or ware parted with All onto talcru to accidents or taptl but not to pontlble ibould any occur Lien retained jn cotta according to law WM HlUINKLKS Uowland Ky THE WARFIELD Trial 224 Trotting Dark bay stallion 15 foaled August toot bred by tillage harm East Aurora New York Sired by Dare Devil arias record 2oo site cf Tho Ueau Ideal j 151JSon of Mambrino King 1279 sire of Lord Derby Nightingale Metallas ThnQuestor March Lady ot the Manor Ilcir al Law King Charles Cock t ing Boy Merceej all with records 208 First Dam Naughty Girl by Rex Amerlius 2j2oo tad dam Duerma by Mambrino King 1279 3rd dam Dotlet by Nutwood 600 dam Topaz by Strath more Gth dam Millard by Albion 6th dam Ned by Edwin Forest 7th dam La dy Turner by Mambrino Chief The Warfield was worked only 90 days last season and showed a 22q clip over a half mile track lie Is sound good head od good gaited Rood wind good feet and legs and kind and easy to handle in bar- nes one that will stay and trot nil day He will make the present season at our farm near McKinney at tI to insure a living colt- Mares traded opt or bred to another horse forfeits Insurance nnd makes season money duo Lien Retained on Colts Until Season Is Paid We will also stand the imported jack CONQUEROR At8 to insure a living colt lIe 154 years old r51 hands high black with white points hne bone and action and a great individual You should see this tine jack before you breed- S M WENS 5 SON McKinney Ky CRAB ORCHARD Miss Jean Buchanan Is visiting in Louisville Mr Durch Buchanan is at home from Louisville David Street has purchased the stock of dry goods owned by James Ander sonRev L M Omer of Stanford preached an excellent sermon at the Baptist church Sunday Workcontinues on the ruins of the Christian church All Interested hope to have quite handsome church finish ed by Fall The Masons have ordered the build ing material for their now hall which will bo erected this summer The lower floor will be occupied by Lvno Bros Miss Catherine Bronaugh of Lexing ton is over to see the homefolks E Mullins of Mt Vernon has charge of tho telephone exchange since Mr Co ver left- Mrs Martha L Harris who has been ill for several days continues fee ble Her friends hole to hear of her speedy recovery Mrs Frank Estcs is able to bo out again after a spell of malarial fever Anyone who cares to pay the money they have subscribed to Mrs Mary Hichurt before Aug will please send it to W M Morris at the Crab Orchard Bank for the building fund of the Christian church Mrs Walter Cover and children are guests of Mrs Curtis Cover until they leave for their Southern home next week Miss Mollie 1lttman and little sister Ida arc visiting Mrs Kittle King and family Mrs Alice Newland of East Bcrnstadt visited the Misses ttodd this week Miss Eva Bailey of Mercer was here with friends a few days ago Mrs Mary Itlchcrt is visit Ing in Louisville for a few days From there she will go to Findlay 0 for a lengthy visit Two little citizens arriv ed in Crab Orchard in the past few days one at tho home of Charles Sin gleton and one at Mr McCarleys OTTENHEIM James Bros have bought a grist mill which they will run in connection with their saw mill Joe and W H Picasants mill wright experts gavo Wm Andersons grist mill a general overhauling and it runs like a new one now The locusts have made their appear ance in earnest in the woodlands of this section and everything is in a con tinuous hum with their Pharo Cicero Reynolds was in this section surveying some land for Joe Coleman and Joe Lnnhain the former having bought 20 acre and the latter six acres from Skolton Coleman Wo will say in behalf of our young friend who was seen plowing corn with his overcoat on Wo all know that Col J P Chandler la gutting old and his eye no doubt are falling him so wo presume that it was a Prince Albert coat that tho young man was wearing and tho colonel thought it was an over coat Tho funeral services of Mrs Myrtle Uyohouso sore hold at Pine Grove church and conducted by Eld J G Livingston after which her lady was laid to rest in tho James burying ground The church was crowded to overflowing There was scarcely a dry eye in tho house She leaves a hus band and a little baby six months old to mourn ter loss besides her father and three brothers and a host of friends Sho had been in bad health for some time and her death was expected sever al weeks before the end came She was a kindhearted good woman and often spoke of her homo in heaven and requested her relatives and friends to to meet her there She had been a member of tho Christian church since childhooodand when in good health was a faithful attendant at church nnd Sun day school u It Is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold How often do wo hoar it remarked Its only a cold II anti a few days la ter learn that the man is on his back with pneumonia This Is of such common occurrence that n cold however slight should not bo disregarded Chamberlains Cough Remedy counteracts any tendency of a cold to re suIt in pneumonia and has gained Its great popularity and extensive saloby Its prompt cures of this mist common ailment It always cures and Is pleasant to take For sale by Dr W N Craig the popular druggist at Stan ford Ky i posltivelytreatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund the money to each and every customer whose corns aro 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 NEWS NOTES Fire at Ogden Utah caused losses aggregating 350000 llenrik Ibsen Norways greatest poet and dramatist is dead A formal order declaring John A Dowie an individual bankrupt was en tered in Chicago Perry McCord shot and killed Ilugh Summers at Ayshlre Ind firing 300 shot into his body One man was killed and 70 veterans of the G A R were injured in a col lision between two street cars near Lafayette Ind Tho body of John Mulvaney a famous portrait painter was found In East River New York He ia believed to have committed suicide Kansas City people are making a strong effort to save from the gallows Mrs Agnes Myeru who got a death sentence for killing her husband Mark Smith formerly of Kentucky but now of Arizona recently sold min ing interests in Mexico for 15000 cash and 185000 to be paid May 1907 In a damage suit brought by a Negro lawyer of Lexington for being ejected from a car for white people the court upheld the action of the railroads agentJames II Beauchamp a prominent Lexington attorney and husband of Mrs Frances E Beauchamp president of tho Womens Christian Temperance Union is dead Kentucky Knights Templar marched In review at Paris Wednesday before the largest crowd ever in that city The parade was the big feature of the annual conclave now in session Mayor Combs of Lexington is of the belief that an abnormal number of prescriptions for whisky have boon fill ed on Sunday by certain stores nnd in structed the Chief of Police accordingly Incensed at the declaration that the Bible is a dead letter the congregation to which he was preaching drove the Rev George Porter from the building near Lucas Ridge Ind with a shower of rotten eggs Bowed down by the weight of years and deserted by friends and relatives the Rev Charles Dingildie hanged him YnsCoundfrom the limb of a tree The Queen and Crescent railroad will have moving pictures taken from a special train along its line from Cincin nati to Chattanooga showing scenes in the Bluegrass country and tho moun tains of Kentucky and Tennessee- In a decision handed down by Judge Parker at Lexington tho Prudential Life Insurance Company is required to pay tho second time a policy The decision hold Invalid a clause permitting the company to elect to whom it may pay the policy Near Basel Green two desperados at the point of a pistol forced IVess Moore to leave his home at midnight and while he was seeking assistance they criminally assaulted his young wife The alleged assailants escaped after an exciting chase A syndicate organised by Middon dorf Williams Co and the Interna tional Trust Company of Baltimore and John L Williams Sons of Rich mond Va has purchased several small railroads in Georgia and Florida hav ing a total mileage of about 230 miles which it is proposed to consolidate HOME COMING I was born In old Kentucky And Im going back in Juno For the glory In her sunshine For the splendor in her moon Thirty years ago left her For the boundless vasty West But of all the lands Ive dwelt in Old Kentucky is tho best All my childish recollections All the fancies of my youth All my early thoughts and fictions And the open book of truth Both my courage and conviction All the good Ive done on earth Every sinew bone and tissue Every trait of worth Came from cherished Bluegrass breeding And my old Kentucky birth Yes I got the invitation- To tho great Homecoming feast Anti therell bo some lively scorching When I turn toward tho East Ion B Nail Postmaster Robbed G W Fouls Postmaster at River ton la nearly lost his life and was robbed of all comfort according to his letter which says For 20 yours I had chronic liver cyimplntnt which led to such a severe case of jaundice that even my finger nails turned ypllow when my doctor prescribed Electric Bitters which cured mo and have kept me well for 11 years Sure cure for Biliousness Neuralgia Weakness and all Stomach Liver Kidney and Bladder derangements A wonderful Tonic At Pennys Drug Store Stan ford and Lyne Bros Crab Orchard CO cents TUB candidacy of Judge John W Hughes of Mercer county for the democratic nomination for Congress fur nishes a theme for no small amount of talk among the county court day crowds of the 8th district The perennial good nature of the judge his hearty manner his good fellowship his apt word for each new acquaintance attract and re tain an untired audience wherever he may be These are qualities however which go to make the pleasant com pardon but they are not to be discount ed when the race is on It is claimed by those who know him best and not denied by any who know him at all that he has fitness for the place he seeks in ripe political scholarship in a clear understanding of the dual nature of our government and in accurate historic information about party issues since Jefferson nnd Hamilton first advocated opposing views But the chief claim made for him is that his integri ty personal and political is rockrib bed that he cant be bribed bought bullied flattered or scared into steal ing lying swindling the government in a word doing any of tho detestable things which these days are given the name of GRAFTING It would seem to be a poor compliment to any candidate to say for him that he is not a thief but in these modern times when public of fices everywhere are honeycombed with thieves who are styled slick politicians it means something to be called an hon est man The INTERIOR JOURNAL is not committed to any candidate who now is or may be in this race But it Is committed to that line of principle and policy which opposes the dirty skuldudgery of modern politics which usually ends in putting a dirtier rascal in a place of puplic trust So that if it be true that Judge Hughes has as much moral stamina and we do not quostion it as ho has good humor and personal grit his color will certainly be seen coming down the homo stretch CHURCH MATTERS Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at Halls Gap church at 11 oclock Sunday morning Kov L A Moore of Louisville will preach at the Baptist church Sunday morning and evening A full attend ance is desired There will be a series of meetings at the Junction City Presbyterian church beginning Sunday at 11 A M with Rev Joseph Hopper assisting J F Clay combThe Presbyterian General Assembly at Des Moines unanimously adopted a resolution calling upon the Presbyter ian churches of America to raise 300 000 for the relief of the churches which suffered from the San Francisco dis aster Fortunate Mlssurians When I was a druggist at Livonia IoII writes T J Dwyer now of Gruysville Mo three of my CUSt- Omers were permanently cured of con sumption by Dr lOngs New Discov ery and uro well and strong to day One was trying to sell his property and move to Arizona but after using New Discovery a short time he found it unnecessary to do so I regard Dr Kings Now Discovery as the most wonderful medicine in existence Surest Cough and Cold cure and Throat and Lung healer Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard My loves as deep as yonder sea Said the dudelet with tho stick- I guess thats right the maid re plied At least it makes me sick It A Mountain c Gold could not bring as miuh happiness to Mrs Lucia Wilke of CarollneWls as did one 25c box of Huclclens Arnica Salve when completely cured u run ning sore on her leg which bad tortur ed her 23 long years Greatest antlsop llo healer of Plies Wounds null Sores 25o at Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard The Eleventh District Press Associa tion will hold its second meeting in Barbourville July 25 and 20 TR Y- RidiogCulilvolors OUR J Iii Case and BrownaBoth Have The Latest Improvements W H HIGGINS Special Prices on Buggies nnd Buggy Harness CASH HOUSE STANFORD KENTUCKY i IBOYS CLOTHING Correctly Cut is the reason why our Suits are so comfortable Prices 1 to 4 Sprin q Very sensia H ble and- attractive I qAUAmer Shoe for our leader g ica tf IIIWeknow ofno better shoe for e the price q Reliable and attractive Conforms i strictly to the best i styles 400 and 350 OOOOOOOeSam Stanford Ky SAM ROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY 1OME COMFORTS Are detracted from if the interior dec I orations do not properly harmonize Let us aid you in bringing about the proper and desired effect The benefit of our experience and our many facilities arc at your disposal Paints Oils Varnishes Etc High est Grade School Supplies nUll Sun dries GIBBONS MAY Danville Ky Phono 125 Main Street the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January J 1906 24600000 ate = = = 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 OwsLtr Stanford S H SHANKS Stanford 0 W OAKTEH Turnonvllle W II CUMMINS IroachvriTllle L O Ooocii Waynesburg W II TRAVLOH Glloeru Creek IL L UminiK Lancaster W O WALKER Stanford t J FOSTEH Stanford W II SHANKS Stanford J It PAXTOV Stanford s andIWe respectfully tolled the nccoimU of Incllrlilunli Klrnu slut Corporation Hnnki Hankom unit uro pripurcd to furnish nil depositors such iHiommoilatloin ni are coiulAtont with info blinkIng Modern Hnfety Deposit lioxt In our vault for use of our CustomtrB r Save Money s By buying your Refrigerators Water Coolers FreezersScreen Doors Window Screens and Screen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting Hardware Groceries c from George D Hopper Stanford Kyx A s+ The Interior Journal E C WALTON JUDGE JOHN WHUGHES of Mercer county la a candidate to repre rent the Eighth Congressional district of Kentucky In Congress to succeed lion O O Gilbert subject to the action of the Dem ocratlc party M F NORTH IK n candidate for llepresentatlvcor Llnroli county subject to the notion Demo cradle TILE government has the advantage of its subjects Failing to get ce ment for the construction of its great irrigating dams at fair prices fro protected manufacturers it has been- contained to make its own cement It stands pat with the combination to fleece other consumers but refuses to stand pat to be fleeced itself Of course such inconsistency involves a dangerous showing up of one of the i party robberies of the protective sys tern but some times inconsistency Is a jewel The Congressional convention in the Third district opened the ball by declaring for a State primary to be held at the regular November election next to nominate candidates for State officers as well as for United States Sena tor There is no doubt about the pri mary being the best and fairest way to nominate and the INTERIOR JOURNAL would be glad to Sue that method adopted in all clcc ona THE Russians believe in drastic methods A military court has con demned to death General Stoessel the defender of Port Arthur and Rear Admiral Nebagotoff who commanded a division of Rojestvenskys fleet in the battle of the Sea of Japan because they threw up the sponge too soon A DISPATCH from Denver Col says that at a meeting of distinguished Methodists there the bishop and other dignitaries declared their belief that there is no hell of fire and brimstone and this after the church has been preaching it from its inception Times and opinions change for a fact IF Congress should decide to let in free of duty all building materials in tended for San Francisco remarks the Springfield Republican what a shock ing confession it would be that the tariff is a tax and that the homebuilder and home consumer pay it LOUISVILLE is going to put the lid on heavy on Sundays hereafter Saloons theaters barber shops billiard halls bowling alleys skating rinks and liquor selling in drug stores are all under the t ban The Fulls City is going to be good sure enough r W A MORROW son of Judge T Z Morrow and one of the brightest and best lawyers in the State died at Som erset after a brief illness He is sur vived by a wife and one child- POLIITCAL James Ledford was appointed post master at Orpha Jackson county ExGov Bradley says he will not make the race for Congress in the Fifth districtZ Raines of Boyle has announc ed for Representative to succeed Hon Reed Embry J Allison Bowen United States Con sul General died at a hotel in Paris of heart failure Senator McCreary made a strong speech in the Senate in favor of the regulation of immigration Several other Senators spoke along similar linesThe subtreasury at New York trans ferred 1900000 to San Francisco by This makes a total sent to Itelegraph since April 18 of 3V 491200 A change in the rural free deliveryj system which relieves examining every box it is said will save about an hours time on the average route The Third Congressional district con vention held at Greenville nominated the Hon James M Richardson for a term in Congress indorsed 1second Henry B limes for State Auditor and gave strong indorsement to the present administration John F Wallace former chief en I gineer of the Isthmian Canal Commission has addressed a letter to Senator Millard of the Interoceanic Canal Committee replying at length to Sec I retary Tafts recent testimony before the committee In the letter Mr Wal I lace says Secretary Taft has abused his official position and has made state ments such as he would not make to J me as oneman to another face to face CIIARLES the four year old son of Mr and Mrs C P Cecil Jr climbed to the medicine closet this morning and a secured a bottle of cough syrup from which he drank copiously When the deed was discovered medical rid was quickly summoned and use of the t ho was quickly placed out of dangerAdvocate William Petry brakeman on a freight train was found mangled near Wil liamsburg Elder F M Tinders meeting at Ghent resulted in 24 additions itJJ i4t12 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES James Gill an ex Union soldier is dead fr Laurel aged 70 J II Ward of Garrard will open a livery stable at London An engine and eight cars were wreck ed in the yards at Danville Tom Springier was killed by falling slateatMinona mines near Middlesboro The contract for the new Carncgii library costing 10000 was let at Som erset Abe Denny was given a life sentenc for killing R W Scott a railroad hand in MercerJohn aged fifteen years was run over and killed by a freight trap near Whitley Charles Francis colored was given attemptedIon Dr Cook the old herb doctor who killed his wife in Whitley two month ago was adjudged insane lIe is 82 years old and helpless Henry Martin road master of tht Cumberland Valley division of the L d N was killed by a wrecker turning over on him near Middlesboro Noland Cox an Estill county school teacher charged with selling a list oi questions from the State Superintend ent of Schools admitted his guilt and was fined 50 Mrs SaDie Elizabeth Vest widow of Senator George G Vest died in St Louis after an illness of ten days of pneumonia She was a native of Boyle county Kentucky L Hopper who killed Shackleford a blind tiger saloon near Middlesboro was given a life sentence Riley Ball for assisting a prisoner to break jail was given one year Marbling Puryear and Askew were awarded a verdict of 3200 Saturday in the Scott circuit court for their client Miss Reba Champ who was injured in a railroad accident Danville News W W Pare special agent for the Louisville Nashville at Middlesboro has resigned his position and will return to his former position as newspa per man with the Franklin Favorite Scott Gilles pic of Somerset an engineer on the Q C Railroad was killed by jumping from his engine neat the New river bridge He thought the engine which had left the track would go over the bridge into the riverThe Somerset Real Estate Agency negotiated the sale of the 7000 stock and 1will of Eads Bros the larg est country town store in this region located at Science Hill Pulaski coun ty a few days ago The purchaser ii F W Denny formerly in the mer cantile business at Susie KyJournal PAINT LICK We have a picture gallery in out townE L Woods was in Lancaster Wed nesday We came near having a disastrous fire Sunday Childrens day exercises will be held at the Methodist church here Sunday eveningDr of this place was on the train and witnessed the killing of Miss Bessie Kay Engleman near Stanford Mrs J H Carlisle who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Fry arson han returned to her home at Clif ton Forge Va Mrs James Terry is quite sick The High School taught by Rev Young closed Friday night with appropriate exercises James Butner of Lexington was at home Sunday Miss Alma Lear is quite sick Misses Lydia Champ and Jessie Royston are guests of Mrs Will Champ E C McWhorter is in Laurel county C C McWhorter who is quite sick with typhoid fever is some better Dr W G Casenbaugh has returned from a visit to his parents in Nashville Little Carroll Casenbaugh had the misfor tune to get his arm broken while play ing Catherine Eley and Mary Clark Engleman are suffering with rheuma tism Not If as Rich As Rockefeller If you had all 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 Remedy 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 Ittobesuperlor to all others It never fails andj when reduced with water and sweetened Is pleasant to take Every family should bo supplied with It Sold by Dr W NCraigthepopular druggist at Stanford By his will which will bo offered forI robato in a few days Maj Barrak G Thomas the famous breeder and turf man who died at Lexington Jeft practically all of his property valued at about 50000 to his old colored house keeper Margaret Pryor generally known to all of his friends as Aunt Margaret IK you want to rid yourself of Jhat tired feeling try Whites Concen trated Crab Orchard Writer It will do the work For sale by W B McRob erts G L Penny W N Craig Stan ford and C W Adams J G Weather ford Co Hustonville J W Thomp son Kingsville Deaths from Appendicitis decreaso in thesallie ratio that the us of Dr Kings Now Life Illls Increases They save you from danger and bring quick and painless rtlenso from const patlon and tho Ills growing out of It Strength and vigor always follow their use Guaranteed by Penny Drugstore Stanford and Lyno tires Crab Orchard 25o Try them e W F Hancock and Miss Effie Brad shaw both of Columbia wcro married Wednesday Residence For Sale I Slaving located permanently In Mt Hler Unit KI osier for tale nl aluirgaln myile slrabln residence on lluitonvlllo Mt In Htiiu font Ky For juirllculam write me at Mt Hterllng Kyor eo W M aright lit the Lincoln County National Hunk JOHN P JONKH GEORGE HUR InlIMivtl by lion Hlir Major OT3itV llramlHIn Scott im Dam Jennie 1IlItrl CKils tile George Hur Is halt Knglldi conch am hnir Clydesdale liest Uralt horse In the Hint Will nmki tho Mon nt my place at pUtolu M111VuitatxHtxnfnntXyPOS trletlyforbidpassing on our place and will protecute vlolauin to the tall extent of Ihlaw Mn Kate Ador Relchenbach Urn VonOrueolgaaFred Alfred Simpson George Holmes Mlti Mattie If lletca K Relehenbach Charles Cumcalni Joe Huliou A O Dunn M Holmes UaugheryMPeter W Jartat J Nerln Carter Ira M Hayden Welch A I Itt ol J E truce F Bhomaker Thomas Kerrlll Green Kerrlll F J Conn John n Cam nl ch Sam Trwbrldge Peter Balmer Oharlos Entslln Frank Cordler John Meter Samuel Lindsey LytleDuldnauRhDlanOhrlltenaJacob Jfnwelll Saw Dauieron Mrs M J Aihlock fMf2Yi WHITES MqtRk 1 S PURITY GUARANTEED Splits Splits SPLITS 9 What Is Splits Find Out Get u bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Splits Mado from Epsom Water Carbonated Stops the Dope Habit It is easy Try our Diamond Brand Splits For tale at Drug Stores Soda Fountains Cafes and Saloons Price lOc Per Bottle Whites C C Water Company Inc Crab Orchard Ky ELECTION NOTICE I Lincoln County Court A rtgulnr term hotel at thit cotirthouM In Htiuifiinl Ky on Monday Muy H him Tin llonoriituo RO Wnrrvn InitldliiK Judiie In the Hlltloii ofM Klmore ft ul lor u local option Tile day ciime M Klmore nod one hurt drtnl nod flees Ini other iHttltloiiorH whew nnmcHiiplHnroii tllO Iltit Ion Illnliita form er term of tllxcourtstlingthemixelvt clt Reins and risliliiitw of Htnnronl Lincoln county Ky over yenrs or age mud legal titers of mild town and county attorney iiml moriHl the court to order t lint nil elec tion held In the Mild town of Htmiford on June li lou for the purpose of tukliiK the UIKIIItIvlninn nod limit Iliiuora shall until Isle tertxl unit loaned therein And It appourliitc from proof hennl that the signatures to the ufortsnld etItlonisrhgentdnunndthut the numUirof mild iliinturi lit equal to morn thnn 45 Mr cent of tho voten cant nt the last flection held III nod for tho sold town of Htnnford tho Kiild petition tielnir HlKnetl by lot IKTIOIIR and the hlKheat iHUiilxr of votes ran at the last election held In nod for the lown or Htnnfonl btllI alt anti It further iiHiirlnK from proof heanl that the Hr lctlbresldeiitnor the tows of Htnnfonl over narsof age and iiualllled to vote at elcc Ions lnald town and for county olllcem It Isordeml that on Juno lull an election bo held la the town of Stanford iifnrrhald For the purpose of taking the Kenxe of the leual voters thereof IIIKHI till proiMMltlon rtliitliiTor not xplrltnoiM vinous mud malt liiiors shall ho sold Imrtered and smug therein told T J Mill Hr the sheriff of Mncolii county IsonlenrltooJwuii mill at such and every votltitt place In cash and very voting precliut in Htanford on June vonluctlsspubllessloutimw paMTliilIlslH d In Htanford In Inch ulld every liumo thereof for not less than two Ilflllitlihlllllplciious places in sold town for hot less than haveJuttolttdteutered In the INTKUIOU IOUKNAI mdwstelwithin neini Uiiyu after the ro elpt by huts of tills snlcr rlllItrllllOlllsimil for the city of Htnnfonl In ouch thenlor cllnllherohynlIlslrnllnnbookregistered Tho Hhrrtff wlllndvertlso thfg Hiring regUtratlon the time usual places thuleetimtvertised A OOOHEHClerk A S PRICESurgoon Dontlst STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McKobcrts Drug Store in tho Owsley Building Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Grab Orchard Ky We are prewired to write insurance Life Accident Fire or TornadoA- nd solicit tho tniMiwM or the cltltens of the Knit Ktul None but tho best compiin les repreaented Office with Crab Orchard Banking Co Have n talk with in before placing your In suninco of renewing old pollelM List your property with us and wt sell It for you charging you only n inuill pvr cunt GOLDDUST NABOTH Uv K Kildx Dorsty lokldiiit lit dam oj KlkuphuuuisXnlsuitliii ut Ilus hilts tin Time and dam hv nictMervd eau t f y1tk1Ibr miA k III r 11 x mtI KYF TI K SND n Hhvtinnd itch 1111Ilimited number of mare lit ft to Insure II roll My the iniHlrl lack KXrKLHlOll willtyiifral nmrkliiK recently Uuiitit from tin nlIlen1numU of iiinnn nt tn Inmirv n rolt- m purttiretl ut fctfti Hr month snn taken to prevent moldents hut not aspen1- 14eshouldsissy ocrur Mnn will or or eluewhon forfeits the In mimim anal muiiey Iveumeii iliii nt tin tlnit of tmnitartlim A Men will lie retntntil or IslaMy honlesa hull will uliinil UJl Cush In adiimt y Jersey bull will ntniul at fun Cash In utCI MIIIW Jo lllAHlKNTKIIP Two anil nnvhair miles Kouth of Imh Or chnrdon the OhnpiKllTi Inii A Htiiihelni pikeDORSFY GOLDDUST 12052 Full Brother to Eitcllt2l9 M Sired by Zilcadi Golddust 4460 by Gold dust ISO and he by Vermont Morgan Dtrsey Golddustk grand dam on lirei side was by the Imp Arabian Stallion Zilcadi Ills dam is Florence by Gol den Minna Chief a son of Gaffs Morgan making him intensely inbred Morgan stab lion descending from Justen Morgan on both tides The best family of 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 highclas road and Eas tern hbrses combining all the qualities for saddle and harness and are in demand allop Both the chmpion saddle and combined gelding of the American Horse Shows of 19045 Jack ODiamondi stands to his credit Ten of his colts sold recently for 810250 and 11500 was refused lor a walk trot mare by him Isis services are offered for less than any horse of his producing qualities in Ken tucky Will stand at my farm 2y miles from Stanford on the Hustonville pike at 20 to insure a living colt F REID Phone m Danville Ky GALTON 12910 Sired by Gambotlt Wilkes 2104 with 101 with records from i 05 to 2 30 claimed to be the greatest sire In the world Ul dam Daisy Field crandam of 3 with records from 2 ISM ta 217J by EnBeld 250 alre or In 2 30 and dam of In 2 30 or ratter 2nd dam Quickstep by Kentucky Prince Jr street J Q 21714 Lemonade 3 2714 and the dams of 15 In the 2 30 lilt rid dam by Old Joe situ of to dam of J Q 217K Gallon carries tho blood or four leading families Ilambletoolati Wilkes JUmbrl brlno Ohio and Seeley American Star Gallon Is a dark bay UI S hands breeds large One style action and speed Only 0 of his colts have been handled fur speed a short time one took a mark of 2 20 tno oth er Ore worked trials from 2 18 to 2 30 Ills colts have gone against and defeated the best In the harness classes and roadster rings one of his cots ba Ing won TITS pre mium at the U4slonvlll fair over the best Ornament Is unoeccaaryas he Is so well known having made all ot Ills seasons at my place 12 In all GnltoD will stand at my table 2 mlle west of lluitonvllle on llrailfordnvllle pike at 110 to Inure a living colt Money due If maro is traded after being bred Grass after May lit at 250 per month Phono In residence W M URDU lluitonvllle Ky RED REX srr- roltIsrrowhdtufeet30hnudsnndonu Inch HUHtyle action Uo and entitle him to rank with tutu It1- YIIIUIIIIIIHln by ilex Ieavlne he it Rex McDonald Ills data by Kentucky Chief You hove to see thin hone to appreciate him I to Insure This horse will uuqybe nllow ed to seer 20 approve mare ROYAL lh combined stallion IlellutUul1I1 brown yearsold in hands welitht IUI iiounds lie Is a fine welt ma diddle horse mud a good driver IBUKlKKKlloyal Denmark sins by lllnck Dave he by Ir Iou lf Old Htonewall Utdamliy r cort a dam by Old 1oavlno This Is a typo of till saddle torso that Ufmt becoming extinct In Kit lucky Hee him and you will breed to htm III to insure IHTKKOK RICHMOND HO u a brown rumblned utalllon n years old ThU Is homo with plenty ot Isaenettou and a pnivtil Ihrettler PRiUttuERHlrtdl by Tom Covlnutoii hey LlmborJIm by Oenural Duke js tu JIM rollTKH Jnlk IRhainHjabreed er of proveil merlR hIs blue string colts Insur- eItitlINOfdAJRbluckluck Iit hands Ito this cOllnl IIlIIul JIII k Is nOllo niONHuVKH blnck Jack liandn ThUld o goal Issue line style Jack and Is nil oodmule lack gvinglidscolts plenty or styli and Ilnle r to Insure All of Use above stock will make the sea minor Il1Iat lilY farm one lo from Mi Kinney on the McKluney v MIUIIoburB In olTerlim the nervtcva of this Ma liloor stock to thepnbllcI do not hesitate lit that arts III good its In KlHltuckyInv eases with all thin nliovo 11trtedclock1ustun rata token to prevent accidents but not re pon8lhlll 8houlIIIIIY occur torn further ixHllBreo of puntsunu s f I t fi Itcr i ti I flTSflTS1 1 t It 1dressedcounts for Nothing unless you also have the STYLE We think we can please almost ev ery class of dressers from our present well selected stock A beautiful PANAMA 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 cheapr 1 fellows from5c to 1 STETSONS you all W know we carry them in three grades 350 450jand5i The new derbies and soft telescopesftin various shades and dimen sions E5a arnroa H J McROBJSRTS STANFORD KENTUCKYj PENNYS DRUG STORE New Stock PARIS GREEN 1ftV Let us Supply You I PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky a II plantinaugurated TESTIMONIAL r ner and plumber of Stanford has givon good service I woulc1II 1IyIa I e for a catalogue and rend up on this l4 I pUlllpup1ysize family all day Think of it both cold or hot water MRS A G T SMITH Stanford K- yYOURWPtNTS I Ia a IN WlndowGlassWall Paper Cigars and Tobacco r Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by 1 W B McRoberts ISTANFORD IPERSONAl supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded f 1 l Itrtte Laces Ij r tttrrtttttttesr fi 4 YjSVc will Elton you ovor ivhundrod patterns in Meclninj 1nlul Hound 1 IMh Val Laow They are tho correct thing fur trirnniilijj njl yhito und yfnih materials New pnttornB jiist in 1 c SEVERANCE STANFORD KENTUCKY 1l BTAXFOIID KY MAY 25 1000 u DRUCIOUS Ice Cream Soda at Penny1 Drug Store PERSONALS f 4 J F HOUDAM to In Louisville Mf88 LUCY HAIL to rapidly contaloscv fog i7i iU WAtLACie to visiting Ms broth rlnKow Albany Miefi JHNNII LYNN te with Mlw ijal I Ida Danlete at Parts Mil WADB BROWN of Level Ore n was bore WertuMdny- JutMJB W A TiiinntK was at MU Vernon on businoes the week GAIT J C LYNN taoTor from Frankfort with hto wife and cblldron Mitts 0 D MuniHY and sons are visiting her huiband In Lexington j MIL L C AtCOHN of Greensburg was here n short while Wednesday Missus SARA DUNN and Mary Burch are with Mrs S M Logan at WII moreT H KADB attended tho Commence ment exorcises at Lancaster Tu day fnight MilS J D FADS Is visiting her daughter Mrs Bttlo a Brown at Mill r Springs Mru CHAIIUW WHHHUHR and Roy S B Lander wore hero frojn Hustonville Tuesday t Tilt U D Cs will meet with Mrs I W A Tribble at 3 oclock this Friday afternoon ft JUDrtB W M MYERflpMIustonville was hero 1 mountains Mn Jons GAiWKnV of Winchester was tho guest of Messrs L B and P P Nunn lloy SAM FADS wife and daughter Pauline were over from Mlllcdgo fMILTuesday S Huaii THOMPSON and J Y Wednesday of Casey were callers at this Miu V R BECK and daughter Miss Georgia neck spent Wednesday with Vernon friends PrMt ESSIB Munch Is back from Ma Ala where she has taught for 1the last nine months- J 11 AIVRUSON attended tho con and was tho crave at Paris yesterday guest of lion J lint HuiiKitT CARP lrtER who is attend- Ing college in Lexington attended the burial of Miss Bessie Kay Englcman Mns W K WAIINEU has as her gucsU her sisters Misses Allene Ida Leo and Virginia Bourne of Gorrard Miss ETTA MAY JONES and Bennie I Good returned to MilledgevIIlo with Miss Mattie Jones who had been their guest Junes J W HUGHES is hero en route to Crab Orchard to see tho good people in tho interest of his candidacy t CongressMIss CULTON of Springfield has been tho guest of Miss Hattio Farmer at Rowland Miss Farmer accompanied her home MISS FUMBNCB SllEMiY of Arcadia and her sister Mrs Darbyshire of of their sisterEngland are guests Mrs P M MtRoberts TUB meeting of tho Young Married P Peoples Club which was to have been held with Mrs W If Wearen has been indefinitely postponed Prior AND Mus W C GIUNSTEAD of Danville were hero Wednesday to witness tho commencement fcrcises They were guests of Prof W IrelandMn P JONES camp over from Mt Sterling to see his daughter Miss Wo aregraduateLeGrando Jones Is doing well In glad to know that ho his now home MBNEFEE of New Orleans Mn Ji by the Kinlochappointedhas just been Company asTelephoneLong uiaiiiuuvj Alton Exchange to succeed manager of the his brother Mr S W Menorce vho has resigned to take a better po sltionAaon III Telegraph THE Jackson Hustler has this to say or the musical department of Jackson under the supervision which wasCollege Denham or of Miss Margaret work of the musical placeThethis year was very gratify department friends of the school I and Ing to that nil It was In capable hands Is the students tho work of well attested by Miss Denhllm has proven herself teacher and an to be n competent accomplished musician and her pleasant made herand manner has many grace friends and endeared her to the people of Jackson LOCALS cutejlookdressed by Mr J H Brady G W MARTIN was accidentally shot In tho hip and painfully wounded at Rowland tho other day by Will Hall Youn attention is called tothe adver tisement of tho mill nt Bumsldo which MeKoehnls Bros will soil publicly Juno Oth Pan scrotn doors window screens wire cloth water coolers Ice cream freezers lawn mowers go to George II FarrisIIARNlrRov Geo 0 Barrios lhq good evangelist will begin a series of msetings at tho courthouso at 7310 tomorrow Saturday evening Tin nr antimo fry at Olympian Springs on May 2G Music furnished by McKinney band A fco of 8Cc will be charged for tho meal F M Sims Hustonville Tim result of the examination Fri day and Saturday of applicants for school teachers certificates Is as fol lows 15 got first class six second class fivo third class certificates Five failed WE wish to thank tho neighbors and friends who so kindly assisted us in ad ministering to the wants of our dearly beloved father Mr J W Eubank May heavens richest blessings ever be- with them is our prayer The Child fenT11R mass meeting of the temper ante people at tho court houso Tues day evening was not largely attended but those present showed much enthus iasm In the cause A number of speeches were made and considerable work outlined fTHE fiscal court met yesterday and elected somo 20 or more supervisors for the various pikes of the county A donation of 37CO was made to buy badges and registration books for the home comers at Lincoln county head quarters in Louisville CAM J B Wtasmine host of Crab Orchard Springs has gotten out a beautiful folder advertising his pop ular summer resort It contains pic turea of the buildings the lake and points of interest on the grounds and is the handsomest thing of tho kind we have Been in a long time Tuft announcement flion M F North for Representative appears in another column Our people are to well acquainted with Mr North too make comment necessary Suffice it to say ho has creditably represented Lincoln county in the Legislature twice he is an A 1 democrat a clever gentleman and an excellent citizen Tuft commencement exercises of the Stanford Graded School were held In Waltons Opera House Wednesday morning In the presence of a large crowd The stage had been beautiful ly decorated with flowers and evergreens and the schools colors purple and yellowwere seen almost every where Rev L M Omer offered a devout prayer after which Miss Kate lowland gave a splendid piano selec ion Prof Ireland Introduced Prof A II Throckmorton dean of the law de partment of Central University and ho spoke for an hour on Kentucky His address was well received and it was most able Interesting and Instruct- Ive There was no effort at oratory but a good common sense talk which furnished food for thought and which wo believe will prove seed sown on good ground Miss Berta Jean Penny pleased tho audience with a violin solo which was charmingly rendered Mrs G L Penny played tho piano accompaniment Dr W B OBannon was called away and Prof Ireland delivered the diplomas to tho graduates Misses LeGrando Jones and Ida Moore in his stead Ho made a most appropriate talk In doing so Misses Frances Cooper and Ollle Crow Vanhook then favor ed tho audience with a piano dbct af ter which Rev P J Ross dismissed tho audience with his benediction Thus ended tho most successful term in tho history of tho Stanford Graded School The teachers trustees and superintendent all have just cause to feel good over their work and tho community owes to them a vote of thanks for what they have done for the children of this graded school district Seasonable Goods Wo have n complete lino of white goods and colored wash goods such as Lingono Cloths Linens Halites Hankcrchief Linens Persian Mulls Ac o SwissesJ Dotted and Embroidered Swisses are very fashionable We nrp showing in good line 15c to 50e per yard Fon RENT Cottage of fivo rooms on East Main Street Mrs Woodlo Hale Runt German eed sale at GOc per bushel W IJ Murphy Stan ford Mn JOHN P JONBS offers his handsome home on Hustonvillo Avenue for sale See ad this Issue FOR RsNTTho storeroom on Lan caster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this office WANTED a principal and assistant for Crab Orchard Graded Schoql Ad dross W Mason Morris Crab Orchard Ky MR Wiuuui WARREN lost a 5 bill oa the street Tuesday Fortunately an honest man Jailer W I Hcrrin found It and the owner now has it In his possession THERE will be u strawberry supper at the courthouse at Crab Orchard to night for- church the benefit of the Christian Everybody invited writes Mrs Maggie Gover TOHAVE A FAIR The Lincoln County Fair Association was organized hero yesterday afternoon by making Mr M S Baughman president Mark Hardin IL L Hubble andW H Shanks vicepresidents James F Cum minx secretary John H Shanks as shtant secretary W 0 Walker tress urer The directory is made up of the following gentleman M B Eubanks J D Eads H J McRoberts JTEmbry W P Grimes Dr Hugh Reid George L Penny S T Harris M S Baugh man R L Hubble W H Shanks and Mark Hardin It was decided to the directors decide on the date of the fair and select the grounds on which it wilt bo held Several locations close to town are in view and one of these will bo chosen In the next few days The fair stock was placed In a few hours by Messrs Mark Hardin and Joe T Embry who with the officers and dl rectors are determined to make tho fair a succes- sLAnnThe directors decidedon July 12 13 and 14 as the date of the exhibition TilE Annual Musical Recital of Miss Ellen Balloufl class one of the most pleasing events of this season of the year was given at the opera house Wednesday evening Nearly every sent In the house was occupied and the nu dience was amply repaid for the time and money expended The program begun with a May Pole Dance which was well executed by a dozen or more little boys and girls all dressed In white Misses Claudia Eaton Sue Beth James and Bessie Yantis gave a piano selection from Oeston with much skill after which Loraine Totten and Lewis Omer played Buds of Promise most creditably The first grade pupils sang end acted Choo Choo Cars in a pleasing way and then Misses Lissa Holtzclaw and Lena Traylor and Master Thomas Coleman rendered a piano medley which brought forth much applause Miss Ellen Ballou the efficient music teacher favored the audience witha piano number which would have been a cred it to her renowned Instructor Frederick J Hoffmann So well did she please her hearers that she was compelled to give another number Miss LeGrande Jones reading was one of the pleasing features of the program She is not only a splendid reader but her ease and grace on the stage caused much favor able comment Miss Mary Moore Ra neys rendition of The Mill Pond on the piano was exceedingly SongI Miss Berta Jean Pennys whistling lo as usual brought down tho and tho applause was so great that she gave another number Tho Music Box n piano selection was pleasingly rendered by Misses Virginia Mahony bras Elizabeth McKinney and Lucy Leo Walton Prof J W Ireland the best bass singer in Kentucky in his inimita ble way sang Down in the Deep Let Mo Sleep When I Die He was loudlv applauded and to the delight of the large audience he appeared again and sang Tho interesting program ended with a hoop drill in which some 20 lit tie girls took part This was under the supervision of Mrs H D Phillips who spent many hours in teaching tho little tots and whoshould feel proud of the manner in which they acquitted themselves A snug sumwas realized bye enjoyable entertainment and it will go to Improving the musical department of the school NEW line of combs hat pins and belluI ty pins just received at L M Huey Cos A GOOD secondhand 35horse power MeIKinneyMRS W S JONBS Is agent now for Olympian Springs Water F M Sims Hustonville 4t BRING your orders for potato celery and other plants to J W Brackett Lower Main St Stanford IT is distressingly dry here Grass is at a standstill gardens are parching up and wheat and corn are ruining because of the lack of rain the commencement of the Stanford Male Female Seminary Baccalaureate sermon In the Christian Church Sunday morning Juno 6 by Rev L M Omer Recital of the music class in the College Chapel Wed nesday 8 r M June 6 Commence ment exercises in the Opera House Thursday 10 A M June 7 Address by- Mr Kindrick Alcorn HONOR ROLL for Stanford Graded School for last month of this school year Seniors LcGrande Jones Ida Moore JuniorsRobert Waters Hays Foster Sophomore John Downer Freshman Berta Jean Penny Marga ret Warren 8th Grade May Brack ett Thomas Bright Wallace Singleton Grady Tucker 7th GradeSadie Eads Lillie Eads Ellen Moore Mollie Goldstein Teddy Brackett Alfred Kaiser Cth GradeMaranda White Maud Stone Willie Moore Theresa Ross Lis ea Holtzclaw Anna Warren John Waters Joseph Hopper Harris Coleman Morrison Bright 5th Grade Mary E McKinney Lucy Lee Walton Virginia Mahony Harris Hardin James Cooper Annie Lewis Gentry 4th Grade Mary Gray Catherine Gentry Mary Creer Marion Grimes Lillie Perrin Lena Traylor Nancy Yeager Dan Brackett William Grimes Mannie Mobley 3rd GradeMary S Cook Anne Davis Mc Roberts Dock Hardin Verna Rout Ethel Brackett Fred Brackett Gertrude Wilkinson Bessie Wilkinson Annie Gray Mary M Raney Josephine Carpenter Kate L Wood Mamie Sin gleton main Newland Silas Anderson Willie B OBarinon James Owsley lames Herrin Vm Mobley Joe Mac Newland William Mershon Hobert White Ulmont Eads Boyce Hunn 2nd GradeEverett Brock Bessie Brackett Sevic Brackett Wm Carson Belle Denham Otto Denham Sim nit Davis Sam Embrj Tillie Goldstein Ruth Hardin Bryan Jones Lin nle Kidd Bessie Moore Annie Leo Perrin Elizabath Stagg James Trib ble 1st GradeMorris Bruce Patience Calmese Clarence Cooper Roy Goodrich Malay Grimes Minnie Hardin Hugh Reid Foster Nellie Wilson Hill Helen Jones Mary H Johnson Ada Mobley Lewis Omer Ethel Powell Martha Raney Lettie W McKinney Charlie Pendleton JoeT Embry Hart well Shanks Clarence Singleton Sarah Wood Claiborne Walton Thelma Yel ton Ardis YeltonNOTES His many friends will regret to know that Mr R J McMullen will not be in the school next year Ho will attend the Theological Seminary at Louisville- A jolly crowd full of hope started to Harrodsburg Thursday morning We expect their hopes not to be blighted for we think they will bring back some following pupils have not been absent or tardy the school year Willie Moore John M Waters Catherine Gentry Mannie Mobley Docie Hardin Ethel Brackett Bettie Warren Bessie Brackett Mr Leslie Anderson who has been In attendance at the Graded School for tho last term took tho examination for county teachers certificate and captured a first class getting one of averages of the 31 who took the examination T NOTICE I will until May soil family prlvll to uw wutif nt spring rive moiitlm for hand will to some date deliver where I do not hoe to qunltItatLMI per case of e enlloni Try a wise KMH1MH- U K D No llox 3 Itustom Idle Ky Waynesburg Marble and Gran- Ite Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor healer lu sand Manufacturer of Granite Monuments Marble Iced Jxitteri n Office and works waynesburghyII IJ rndguttAgt Attention Ye HouseCleaning Brigade ratttatat In addition to our largo stock of Carpets Matting tugs Curtains Shades Ect we are offering sortie 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 SON Copyright 1906 by SiSchafFner Marx t Gentlemeni1 Should occupy your thoughts now i just before the June gaieties We have the Hart Schaffer Marx kind Should like to showy- ouCUMMINSMCLARY rLasAw sa+a as wan tiutimws wv w jrf++H I I II U II II If Jul 111 + 1110+ 1111 J ++ I 11111 HOSIERY 0- ettttwrtttttttw i I The Celebrated i Burson Hosiery I withIThe only Hose that is knit to fit out a seam Ladies Plain and Lace Hose at lOc to IOd per pair in both Black and White Childrens Plain Hose at 10 15 and 25c per pair Childrens Lace Hose in both and White at 1015 and 25c BlackI A full line of Infants Hose at 25c per pair I f 1L M HUE tLrCO IDryGoods Notions Shoes 1 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY + t tllltIIIIIIttl 4i14f44444444 +i44444444 The Interior Journal Entered in the Pos Office al Stanford cu ttcvndclcus matter- PVBLIBtIUU TUISSHATB AND FKIDW AT 100 PER YEAR CASh 7 when not so paid UOO will be charged NAPOLEON DlnckjnokVhnndhigh We sired by- TltrktnRton dnmi by illnck- UwwkNO2 who wasasonoftlgntleJnhu lie by 141ern Black hawk 24 dnlll Wow Will erYemnreat 810 to Iniurw living colt Trnitliw the mnro forfeits the No for ncelilentsinsurance K ivWOOI8HtnnfordKy INSURANCE Plre Lightning WtndRtor1IMe the and and a8T OompllnlelltepnItlIttll Paltngttecilble Rates a rd Unequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 8i 35 Farm Mules For Sale All broke and native bred You can see them by calling on me B G Fox Livery Feed ft Sale Stable Danville Ky S DCARTERSuccessor to Bruce c Garter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KT Special attention to Commercial MeL Your patronage ii solicited Horses on commission Stock Pens In Connection Two Farms For Sale I wlsb to sill my farm of scresS miles West of Lancaster on the Lexs Ington U Is well Improved mid hu plenty of water and Umber fenced and In good re do Also un unimproved farm of 100 acres between Lnncnstcr and Lexington tying midway plkoL load outlet each WilY Well fenced Terms remormble TIIIl tRiNO Mnrksbury Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy readymade clothing when there H so little difference In the price of high trade readymade suits and a suit made to jour measurement taken by an experiencedr tailor I haven handsome line Spring and Hummer goods lean make from n low price dullness suit to the finest dress suit Alsoi rerconts trousers and fancy vests The company I represent Is one of the best H O RUPLEY the Tailor 1Jai1 TraHlof Ilihlslll Beer Glnars Etc I Oarpsntsr House Olds to STANFORD KY Prompt snl polite mention Nothing 1 Ihf be s it drink Mill pbon ti Kltrspi orders reedy vopt attention Attention Farmers I I have just received n car load or iO tons of The Old Homestead Fer tilizer It hits a worldwide reputation is un excelled as a crop producer It soils on its merits For the sake give it a trial EtV CKKIUIITON KingsvilleKy e 1Xtc aT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnessSaddlery cite STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 167 Home Phone 35 s JLBeazleyCo t Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingflRugs They willjexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY HIGHLAND I Mrs T N Butt sold a cow to H G Lutes for 25 Rev Carr willl fill his regular appointment at Mt Moriah Sunday i Rev R H Ebright filled his regular appointment at the Methodist church last Sunday Several of our young men arc at work for the Q C near Ludlow W II Newsom and wife of Lukclan are at the home of Forch Rogers Elbert Young who is working fort Monarch Bible Co Chicago asks us to remind his customers in different parts of the county that he expects to be on hand with his goods in a few days Some of our little folks have been collecting money to be used in building the M E church Which is under construction here We will be glad to receive donations from any one who feels disposed to give Logan Bryant and family were visit- Ing relatives on Fishing Creek E G Baugh has been suffering with a sore hand which ne hurt on a plow pointI Mrs C M Young is very ill Young while chopping logs wrist making a very ugly wound hisI Guy Cook has returned from a stay at Somerset IIF Horton has been at work in New Albany Ind for some time is at home J R Carrier of Eubanks has been visiting relatives in this section Mrs J A Bryant son and daughter are visiting rah lives in this section Miss Fanni Young is at home from Union College Barbourville Mrs Manfred Chevc letto is with her parents Mr and Mrs A G Faulkner Dave Goodpaster is with friends here It has been rumor ed that he is going to take away one t our young ladies Miss Ora Young has been visiting the family of Elzie Good paster at Brannon Ora Hutchison is at home from a visit to Somerset FARMERS DEPARTMENT J D Eads sold to H D Aldridge a Shorthorn cow and calf for 15 S D Eads bought of Jerry Brisco for J D Eads Son 12 good 776poun teens at 4c- Roseben spread one of his hoofs In the Brooklyn Handicap and will not tart again soon Fort SALE Several yearling Polled Angus bulls and a lot of millet seed J W Baughman Stanford King Bros of Fulton Mo sold 20 odd Western horses hero Wednesday nt 5 to 56 Col J P Chandler auctioned them off Your attention is called to the pictur nd descriptfon of George Hur M S taughmans great draft stallion which appears in this issue The plant beds oC L L Leavill nea Pembroke the most prominent man In Christian county who does not hold nembership in the Tobacco Association vere scraped off and destroyed Riker Vanarsdall bought a lot of sled hay from Frank Martin at 55c Sanders Norton of Dugansvilli lave bought 25000 pounds of wool ut from 20 to 30c Harrodsburg Herald The Springfield Woolen Mills Co of ipringfiold Tenn represented here by J D Ends writes that out of 5000 pounds of wool in their ware house th first shipment made by him is the best lot of wool they have received this sea onThe Dark Tobacco Growers A8IQcia- tion has issued an ultimatum to the dependent growers that they must join the association orcease raising tobacco any plant beds in Kentucky have been destroyed by a committee which gave the farmer the option of joining the association or having his plants dug up- The tobacco war is growing more serious than it has ever been Sciatica Cured After Twenty Years of Torture For more than 20 years Mr B Massey of 3122 Clinton St Minneapolis lIon was tortured by sciatica The pain and suffering which he Indur ed during this time is beyond comprehension Nothing gave him any permanent relief until ho used Chamberlains Pain Halm One application of- that liniment relieved the pain and made sleep and rest possible and less thun one bottle has elTected a permanent cure If troubled with sciatica or rheumatism why not try a 25cent bottle of Pain Bulm and see for your self how quickly it relieves the pain For sale by Dr W N Craig the popular druggist at Stanford Testimony before the Interstate Commerce Commission at Philadelphia brought out the fact that William A Patton assistant to President Cassatt of the Pennsylvania railroad held stock in a dozen coal companies 6140 shares of which with a par value of 307000 he had acquired without payment In addition he owned 700 shares had been paid for- Stomach Troubles ilrs Sue Martin an old and highly Iespcted resident of Faisonla 1IIss- was sick with stomach trouble for more thun six months Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets cured her Sho- lIas I can now cat anything I want- and am tho proudest woman In tho- world to find such a good medicine It or sale by Dr W N Craig thollOP- ular druggist at Stanford Ky The Senate passed the Immigration bill LeT PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Clmuci and hnutinti the hits Piomotei s lonuiUnl treiUi MtTtr rills to Jlettore Ualr to Its Yontbrul Color CItm j rhm t fEGGS EGGS EGGS- WfIJIIOUttnlldKKit delhtnl friO of clmrso to Liincnitur or Crab Orchard Those Into shod are lnrited to visit lilY puce and e lilY stock Mrs Knlr Vlow Poultry olIrlll lruacherevtlleki Jesse W Sweeney Irmammon Livery Food and Solo Stall Lanoaster Ky Horses wellfed and cared for Update rigs at reasonable rates PUBLIC SALE I On HATPUHAY JtTSK II I will ofTor ror sate farm of auu ncres sltunted on UIl iilkenlxMitak inllt s from Dm highest bidder The land U IIII IIAXlnul state of cnltlvntlon with IJnow well were tel mid nil necessary outlnilMliiKS Will 1110 sell n lot of heed of rattle ll heifer 1IIIIImtik cows innn nn- ceitaroulaewexnndhinib A lot of oil rrstufl too niiiiiernus to mention U K YKAUElt Dnnvlllf Ky BLACK HAWK 18 hands blnck with white points will he yearsold Jan Will stand nt for mar to Insure living colts and Jennets for tho season at satin price Will also stand the Jim Iortir Jitck lRI TON 8 years old IS hands weighs IJ10 pounds and nn extra mule Jack Thin crops of his colts Lave nil been Uiys bhlCkl and red sorrels to to Insure a living colt Al o two young Jacks coming i year old will serve n limited number of gentle man fur UII KINO Morrland Ky INSURANCEPlace est and strongest company in tho world Sco and talkwith M Ncwland who will show you the policy best adapter to your age and circumstances Claims paid promptly Dividends paid annually or tJlfcr- letl R JI NEWUVND Agent Mutual Lifo Insurance Co of N 1 Organized 184- 8NOTICE We will on- WBONEHDAYJtTNKimr DfTer for sale our ThA- Is I Roller Klourlnit Mlllcnpnelty40lhirrel- in the Nonlyko A Mormon Hystem Ty nearly new This Mill also consists of I holler Torn Mill and Feed ruiher caimclt f4 llushels MHII per th1nud will crush a lunlieU Feed per Iln In llret class cot Iltlon and sltuiited on railroad truck Hun ddejuts a ollnlon of IJKU Inlinbltants nnd here Is nootllr mill within ntlleOur real on for Is owing to ollr lealth falling Aiiyonvileslrousnftlilsktin of property would lo well to Is t to sell It Is In oienitlon am dr McKechnlc will take In IIO nttlt to Itn ont who Is Interested cad wll nil at the Mill ImiulrleH liy mall will b nuwf red TKRMM M4Y- JickKCVINK llltos IluriiKlde Ky HUMMER JR lay stallion 15J4 hinds a Rood IndivIdual slut abundant speed Ho is by Hummer Ills slroof Kouotcr 100 Stately 31IJJ palpeen 2IJH Quickly 213 Maun Blneer 2U ii Hpeedon ist IS In 230 Hummer OUt Is a son of the renowned Ueetlonear and save one Is the only On- of Electioneer living that out of a George Vllkes mare and with the exception of Vrlon Is tbe only son standing In Kentucky bat has a S00 performer to his credit lummerJredamluima by the greai Xrd Itustell dam OodUa by Auditor 773 HAPSBURG 509 Orrntcoach nllloii 101 hand by J mp Ulostor and out of a snare by Wonder fuilloy Any one wishing u very hlch bred coach iiorao to breed on standard bred mares for Rotting ttyle speed and action should see this hor- seJESSE ALVERSON Shetland Iony Floe Individual good breeder style oDd action All of these horses will stand at flO to la lure a living colt Will alto stand my two Jacks ut 110 toln lure mares and 210 by the season from April I to July I for IenaetL- Mares grazed at8200 er month which In all eases must be paid before they are removed Care taken to prevent accidents bu not responsible Should anT occur lares traded or parted with makes season mOlley due J K IIAUOHMAN Hustonvlllo Kv Antecarlo 226 12 Made over Versailles track in winning race Sired by Anfeo 216 ia that sold for kooo at public tale First dam Mary Ann by Hailstorm 813 son of Mambrino atchen These two crosses produced The Abbot 203 r4 cham ion trotting gelding of the world 2nd dam by Inde p cndence son of Andrew Jackson Inde eadencen dam by American Star The merican Star and Andtew Jackson blood is responsible for Cresceus 204 14 the trotting stallion of the world Yon see Anlecarlos two top crosses are sponsible for the fastest gelding two next crosses are responsible for the fastest allion 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 110- to insure a living colt BUCK VARNON Dlack lack with white points 5 years old 151 hands high Fine breeder and great individual A jack of fine bone and action Will stand at 810 to insure a liv- Ing colt We will also stand the young jack ABRAN 3rd at tS to insure a colt He was sired by Ahran 2nd and he by an imported jack Abran 3rds first dam by Velocipede 2nd dam by Imp Palermo 3rrt dam by orengo Mammoth Lien retained on- colts for season money Mares traded lr- bred to other horses forfeits insurance and makes season money due 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 For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres of land situated suet outside of town limits on the Somerset pike house has 1 rooms kitchen and set rants room Rood cellar stable and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant lathe yard and one for stock J P lUIIKY IIAVK YOUR colts castrated by T P Gr098tGrab Orchard Kythu well known QaA trator of horses and horse doctor Phono In Residence Notice I OKKICK OK IoistT J IIION HTAmiKn KT 31AylUI The shiTin will UKln colliCtlnil till iilxuit June hit mid mil mutter of lion for the overeers of dirt roads I ran tut KlntcmiMitot till rand Inw which hn Ixtn In fore sliui Arch III 191 I 111It6 Auction M10 to iubjvcti smldover1ershallbeexetlptfrolic IItnlre Oil Juries ntul from Iltlll tinlirlilRp puriHWi mill for failure to tJer form the dunce ulrKl or them they linll for iiich tfi nui U fluted Iron Mo llt Till rotiippnuilloiinnil the only IomiwiiMitloii tit n dirt toed overseer Is hll KIII tnxw tint juiy In lit lor on tho nmil or In 1Inll witch tb sheriff make n ttllmtwill the flsml roiirt ho will In rntlltwl h those exemption UO WAUUKNJUIIK ASHLAND BROOK- No HTM- Vol IT AT It H bred by Knceii nUlk er cicorRvtown Ky Ashland llrook w n foaled IHW solid sty with left hliul foot whit stands Ills high rriilciKKK Hlrtil Plural llrook 00 record 2laU ibe sire of Murgur llrook I3 ailTV Iv driollhrookl7ti Jennie Brook III hlllotl Htone JilSii Ijidy Hthhtlira tI and llunnlne BrooK sw sired Darknl No add thn site of K4iirc light 2at rirlRhtllRht 2D4 end nlpn iinuv Ullrnllll aln1 by Alcyone No irecord 217 Ashland Hrookx ut dam Wren by Ashland Wllkesnvl record 117 the Ilrt of John UUentryian1 Idly To Ashland by Wllkes1T10 tau hy Ieutg 1VIIkes Lilly bv 1rvtender lilt eel dllm h Jim Monroe 51- 9NOTrAslllnlml llrook II a hanilMimi fllow with lots of sulMtanct liDS n ltld woy of colnKWlth lots of spviti style anti nctlo This colt should sire some very hiithChul hor1s Ashland Brook will erron few oUI side mires this Siuton ut 115 to Insure n II colt vlllnleostandthegreat mule and JIOt leek Hilly KtIII at 110 mart and for Jennets to Insure it living colt IIlIly Keene wn sired liy Tom Kewm 1st del hy the Imp rnlermo Iildam by Levl Huhlilt Irlnce the sire of Jot Illackburn and llrl nolln Hilly Keemt stands full la linnet black with white iwlnts and us breeder la uiuurimuiid as mule or Jennet jnckbtsrol always lirlniilnit the highest price Mllrts traded period with or hml vlwwhere fllr fells the IniuraiKH tend money Ixconn dnl at the time of such tmnsurtlon KING EAGLE No 14- to101H11II King Kuxle le ham hluli dark lay with flowing mane and lall goes nil the gaits with plenty of sped sty Ie and salonIKnniHKK Hlrrtl by Royal King SKU h by Un Time 715 he 4iy Htonewnll Jarkio Royal Kings Ut dam Mollle Mount was b the noted lilli Cahtnlln I xlni tOil F Klnfi Huglev 1st dent Hip ebu Irv Kagle hflnl lOll ht by Old King ou jii tl dnlll by ted IAnrl tint dnmt In larrl lnmnrvh II Millers iHnmar A 4th dorm by Jim Hull thoroughbred NOTK King Kagle Is n combined stallloi t border of lint colored rand antiactlor- his rolllull having plenty of size colts will how for tlieilimIvei Kin Icngle will make the present season of Its ot our stable two and on miles Wei of Htnnfonl un the HhIby lty pike nt th owprlriof tttolniuron living colt o linn l the greet mule Jnclt Jim CtHne sired by Ke n Fin lam by the Imp John Wulliseconililamh lovelier Jim Ke ne Is lVi hands hlgl ilack with white iiolnts a Jnol ItItnteehe sire of the cult that J sold Inot nil for f lafi Jim Keene will worse inartMn le to Insure a living colt For further pnrtluiiliim call on or ndilrm T IIAIIIUHV toUT WlHilM rhontn Itlnga HUiifonlKy DARE ALL 2086 The combined stallion will make a lun- ed season iyof at Lawn Moro Stuck rain- yz miles west of Hustonville Kv on hi iradfordiville S Hustonville pike nra arpemer s Station at SI5 to Insure a Living Colt Mares traded or parted with for fells insurance and money brumes due at time of such transaction Lien retained 01 coli till season ia paid Marc gored a 250 a month Grain fed If desired at oasonable rata Dills must be paid be fore removal of mares Mares ontrustet will receive my personal attention but will not be responsible for accidents 01 esapesDBIoCRIITIONFoaled in 1902 t5handi bigh dark bay with one front and reor- foot while tar A model of great beaut with short back long neck deep well oping shoulders and with great style at ODe would expect from reading liis pedl greetliood bone fine feet and legs wonderful stamina Attractive by halter under saddle and in harness with that graced movement that belongs to Jim by inheritance from a long line the most famous ancestry of saddle horses Ihl world has ever produced PKDIOIIKB Dare No 1985 Vol 5 A S II R he by Chester Dare 10 be by Black Squirrel 58 he by Hack Eagle 74 he by King William he by Washington Denmark 64 he by Gaines Denmark 61 he by Denmark FS lit dam Fannie Mc 2739 by Red Squir 15J2nd dam Mollie Good by King Wil am dam by Devenports Oliver Th Dignitys rat dapi by 6J67 A I11 R br William Welch he by Rysdiks Hamblntonian 2nd dam by bdaltah Messenger 3rd dam by Gills VermontHBWAltKsJu offering the services Dare All to the public I take occasion 1- 0state without presumption that I have- beeD a breeder and handler of fancy sad- die horses for 25 years and experience bas lUght me to know and appreciate a high clasa one Dare All is the result of careful kinstaking breeding and comes as natural result of mating Iht very best mares wilh- Ihe foremost stallions the State has afford ed Carrying about 25 per cent of King William blood a greater per cent than any stallion in service in the State King William being regarded as pro emr nent for fancy saddle and harness horses Dare All sired by the now coming famous Dignity Dare ho in turn by Chester Dare towing a long list of sired every one greal show horse out of mares that were equally as famous as show mares and his lam Mc the greatest show mare I tier owned having refused 81000 for- her I think entitles him to the careful consideration of all prospective breeders He Is flow just being started to the saddle taking to the gaits as quick and handy as- any I ever handled I think he will be grand show horse when finished See him before booking your mares CC CARPENTER P1one in residence Hustonville Exchange I D Columbii GoodclotKcs I I GOOD CLOTHES FOR BOYS The boy who races sad rum iiied n suit ollllllnlns lie Clothes thatll stand knocking about without being knuckitl out COLUMBIA GOOD CLOTHES are encl Made with taped and re inforced Hatic double seat nud kneef nnd riveted whist bando Theyre just nil attractive as goadeVe liMO them for the littlcat fellow ready to lion hU first pair of trousers tip to the young man almtit to IK till roan W B Perkins Crab Orchardt IrrGEORGE NC1R I A very flue draft Malliuii weight I Gnu pounds iitnndi full Hi hands high lie was ircd by lien llur Mujur 71 JlJt inind yireKcott 2M Dam Jennie Ikatrice lydewlalc icon Hur in half Engllehconch and half lydrsdale best draft huraes in till State Will make till sonsmi at my place nt 810 to injure a living colt M S HAlfillMANSlatitonl Call and get ono of these If not satisf at tory return it and get your mon ey lack Good for roast turkey ham etc Works on top of stove ns well in oven o1 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