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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I VOL xXXlVSTNFORD KY TUESDAY MAY 29 1906 NO 21 1 r The Blue and the Gray The following poem waa written by Capt D H Goycn of Lex ington Ky and read in the Opera House In Shelby ville Ky May 30 1890 On that day the Confederate and Federal Veterans I of tho Civil Wur marched arm in arm and decorated the graves of each others dead the first event of the kind in Kentucky OUR BRAVE DEAD Peacefully sleep neath the sods of the valley Peacefully sleep ncath thy covering of green Thy warfare la over tho retreat nor the rally Tho cannons loud boom nor tho glittering sheen Of tho bayonet tho musketrys rattle Can arouse theo again as they oft did of yoro Sweetly then sleep thou has fought thy last battle Tho red field of carnage shall know theo no more Brave as the bravest as such wo will ever name4J never Cast a stain on their courage detract from their fame They rushed to the conflict at the first call of duty Which proved them sincere and honest and true Then let flowers be strewn in their bloom and their beauty Alike on tho graves of the gray and the blue Old Tlmo with his sytho has gathered in many Who oft met as foes though equally brave And though many survive there scarcely are any graveITheir forms arc now bent though manly of yore Tho march of the legions are not as of olden Soon Uie place that now knows them shall know them no more Like brothers wo meetall rancor is vanishedjTho tocsin of war is not sounded today And passions mad strife gentle peace has banished Allko from the hearts of the blue and the gray By tho graves of our dead under hill side and heather We meet onco again our vows to renew Though once far apart we now stand together Of one country ono Hag are the gray and the blue Then sweet be the lowers wo give to our brothers Tho lautel and roses wo lay on their graves And the offering we bring we give not to others For the dust that we honor is that of the bravo Peaceful then sleep and hushed bo thy slumber Thou art sacred to us as we stand here today For of all the dead in this land without number Thou art ours alone of tho blue and the gray CHURCH MATTERS Itov L M Omor will preach at Goshen at 3 r Sunday Kentucky State Sundayschool Asuo ciatlon will be hold at Ashland August 2123 Bishop C Morrison dedicated tho 20900 Methodist church at Cynthiana Sunday Tho Christian church at Lawrence burg has called fey Walter Gihbs of Ludlow Tho Christian church at Jackson will be dedicated Juno 17 by Elder A E Coreyof China Rev Goo W Clark of Paris will assist Kov C M Roll in a series of revival meetings to begin at tho Baptist r church tho first Sunday in JuneMid dletboro News In tho Northern Presbyterian Assem lily nt Des Moines la Moderator Cor S bolt ofllclally announced the union of tho Cumberland and Northern Presby terian Churches The question of union was adoptodjn tho form of a resolution only two votes being recorded In tho negative- The General Assembly of tho Presby terian Church in tho Unitod States came to an end In Des Moines In Sat urday after a solemn declaration regarding the union with tho Cumberland church had been promulgated The col or question was raised and resulted in sharp debate no action being taken At the opening session of the Presbyterian General Assembly at DCS Molnes Commissioner Samuel Wishnrd D D of Utah presented memorial to tho United States Senate praying tho re moval of hoed Smoot us Senator from Utah Amid scenes of greatest excite ment and demonstration and Without n dissenting vote tho resolutions were adopted It is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold How often do wo hoar It rcnlarked Its only a cold and n few days la tor learn that tho mini Is on his back I with pneumonia This Is of such cum mon occurrence that a cold however g slight should not bo disregarded Chamberlains Cough Remedy coun teracts any tendency ofL cold to rev stilt In pnouinwila and has gained Its groat popularity and oxtonslvo suloby its prompt cures of this most common aliment It always cures and is pleas ant to take For stile by Dr W N Craig the popular druggist at Stan rfnrdKy re Everybody works government ncooannuallylfor rural days freedelivo y carriers of Sundays and Ie gal holidays tho Post Office ppropriatprovidedlfaas it comes from Tho bill is nearl ready to report and carries an appropriation of about 193 000000 u New Order Regarding Free Rural Delivery The following order has been issued by tho Division of Rural Delivery of the Postoflko Department On and after July WOO pa trons of the rural delivery service will be required to display signals on their bozos when they Joavo mail in them for carriers to collect as after that date carriers when serving their route will not bo required to open and examine any mail taxes except those ip which they have mail to deliver and those on whichsignals are displayed to indicate there is mall for carriers to collect 2 Those patrons whoso boxes are not provided with signals must attach thereto somo device which when dis played will plainly show passing car riers there is mail to bo collected It Is not necessary that such device shall be either complicated or costly n very simple arrangement will answer the purpose 3 Carriers must lower the signals on boxes after making collections pro vided io mall is loft therein and must display the signals when they deposit mail for patrons unless the patrons have mado request to the contrary- MATRIMONIAL Joseph Ellis and Miss Nellie Goode were married at tho courthouse on tho 20thMiss Null Anderson of Lancaster and J E Voris of Lexington were married Friday Miss Bottle Wilkinson of Liberty and Mr Purcell of Louisville were made one lost week Prof H H Fuson of Dell county and Miss Sarah Watson of Dclgravo Mont were married in Lexington John Lay a windower aged and Miss Minnie Martin 10 were married at Milton Reynolds near Mt Salem F J Carson and Mlsd Lou Hello Bell will bo married at llustonvillo tomor row Tho willbo groom is a prominent young business man and his prospective bride is both pretty and popular She is a daughter of Mr and Mrs T J Dell CORNS CunEDCorn Exit will posi tively remove corns in four days Tho treatment Is simple nod pleasant and wo 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 Now but 10 million years I hear Exist our planet shall Twill hardly give us timo I fear To finish that canal NEWS NOTES Snow is reported from Northwestern Nebraska onefourth of an inch falling at Aihsworth Five wen were killed and 25 others injured tyy lightnihg during a baseball game near Mobile Ala Gordon Dubose prcsidcntof the First National Dank of Ensley Ala is 10 000 short and Is under arrest In Tokio the Japanese celebrated the anniversary of tho battle of the Sea ofI Japan with brilliant festivities Lightning struck a freight train near Jefferson City Mo and instantly kill ed W II Edwards a brakeman According to the records to date in the coroners office tho death list from fire and earthquake at San Francisco is now 402- Charles Stamper of Cincinnati was convicted of bank robbery in Carter county and sentenced to nine years in tho penitentiary Capt William Henry a prominent citizen of Versailles and an exConfed crate soldier Is dead Ho was tho husband of Mrs Josephine K Henry Indictments charging murder tho crime alleged to have been committed In 1000 have been returned in Pinovlilo against C D Ball and his son W Pat ton Ball Texas detectives have been asked to look for J B Overall a wealthy red den of Cecilian Ky who disappeared while on his way to Texas to bo at the bedside of his dying wife An earthquake thuck was felt at 2c oclock Thursday afternoon at West Weber Utah four miles west of Ogden Buildings were shaken and much ex citement prevailed but there was no damageCapt Hobson says it cost him 6948 to be elected to Congress which is 913 more than one years salary and the term is but two years Tho hero of the Merrimac must expect a lot of graft to come his way During a review of troops at Sebas- topol bombs wore thrown killing 11 persons including children and wound ing many others The officials at whom the bombs were aimed escaped with slight wounds Frank K Boughton cashier of tho National hank of Battle Creek ditch committed suicide by hanging HisI action is attributed to ill health and de spondency The bank officials say that his accounts are straight Tho Interstate Commerce Commission hearing at Philadelphia was adjourned after hearing n number of witnesses whoso testimony tended to show dis crimination by railroads in the distribu tion pf cars to coal companies Tho body of an unknown man who had committed suicide was found near the Shelby county tine in Oldham coun ty lIe had been dead for about ten days and left a note saying ill health caused him to end his life As appreciation of the kindness shown thorn during their occupation of tho Bourbon College grounds as head quarters during tho conclave at Paris DoMolay Commandory No 12 of Louisville presented beautifully en graved solid silver set to Prof and Mrs M G Thompson of the college President Roosevelt has received in directly protests against the incorpora tion of the amendment of Senator Bev eridge of Indiana to the Agricultural Appropriation Bill providing for n rigid inspection of meats for domestic use Tho expectation is that tho amendment will remain in tho bill What will shortly bo the largest mining plant in the KentuckyTennessee fields was put into operation near Dar bourvillo Saturday when the first load of coal was made Tho plant was in stalled by tho Cumberland Coal Company and the first carload gotten out represents an expenditure of about 200000 A dally capacity of 2000 tons will be obtained when mining on a regular scale is started Tho executive committee of the Ken tucky State Bar Association met in tho office of It A McDowell the secretary last Tuesday and arranged a program Associationrginning Juno 27 The principal fea ture of tho two days session will bo an address by Joseph W Bailey United States Senator from Texas on The American Lawyer and His Relation to the State will be delivered at the Winchester opera house Postmaster Robbed Q W Fouls Iostmnstoi at River ton In nearly lost his tire and was robbed of all comfort according to his letter which says For 20 years I had chronic liver complaint which led lo such a severe case of jaundice that even my finger nails turned yellow when my doctor prescribed Electric Hitters which cured mo anti have kept mo welt for 11 years Sure euro for Biliousness Neuralgia Weakness and all Stomach Liver Kidney and Bladder derangements A wonderful Tonic At Pennys Drug Store Stan ford and Lyno Bros Crab Orchard W cents IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Matilda Graves aged 89 is dead in Kockcostle R L Kalstons 8000 home at Mid dlcsboro burned George W Gadberry an aged citizen of Phil Casey county Is dead Jane Hockcr colored thought to be 103 years old died at Danville James A Mitchell attorney for tho L N railroad at Bowling Green died in a Cincinnati hospital- T IL Daughton was given two years in the penitentiary for housebreaking- In Whitley county and Jamcs Lay was given the some term for malicious cut tingThe small pox situation at the mines is improved The quarantine and compulsory vaccination have been rigidly enforced by the Tennessee authorities Middlesboro News At Harrodsburg the Anderson county jury called to try Wm Brltton and Luther Herron on the charge of killing Walter Stotts took just 15 minutes to return a verdict of not guilty W J Sparks has closed his down at Sparks Quarry for the crusherI help Not in tho history of the has there been such a demand for labor as at presentMt Vernon Signal- A Negro man wearing womans apparel entered tho grocery of S Gribben at Lexington and knocking the proprietor down seized the cash drawer from tho counter apd mado off with it Commissioner W Vernon Richardson Boyle county has appointed as hostess of the Home Coming Miss Nan McDowell vice commissioner Miss Louise Vanwinkle maid of honor Miss Margaret Rodes Robert Young against whom many indictments charging the retailing of whisky had been returned at London accepted a fine of 500 and signed an agreement not to sell any more whisky for the next five years Three Negroes whose names we were unable to learn stolo a hand cat at Cedar Grove Wednesday night and were on their way to Somerset when on entering the yards here a freight train backed upon them killing one and injuring the others Somerset Journal Ed Scarce a colored boy and Mor ton Smith and Taylor Dixon pleaded guilty in the Circuit Court at London to an indictment for an attempt at assault on little Anna Mary Armstrong and were sentenced to the State House of Reform at Greendalo for n period of from three to nine years each Not If as Rich As Rockefeller If you had all tho wealth of Rockefeller tho 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 hotter preparation for colic and diarrhoea both for children and adults The uniform success of this remedy has shown Ittobosuperior to all others It never fails and when reduced with water and sweetened is pleasant to take Every family should bo supplied with It Sold by Dr W NCraigthe popular druggist at Stanford +The Washington Post says Im not a candidate for Governor nor any other office nor do I expect to be was the emphatic statement of Senator Joo Blackburn of Kentucky The Dem ocrats of Kentucky must determine who shall head their State ticket in 1907 No man who is nominated by the Democratic machine at Frankfort ran be elected in my judgement and un less the people take the matter into their own hands tho Democrats will lose the State Whoever Is named to head the ticket must bo free from taint and smell of the machine if ho expects to win Ox bones have n considerable value Tho four feet of an ordinary ox will make a pint of neats foot oil Tho thigh bone is the most valuable being useful for cutting into toothbrush handles The foreleg bones are made into collar buttons and parasol handles Tho water m which they arc boiled is is reduced to glue while the dust which comes from sawing tho bones is turned into food for cattle and poultry n Deaths from Appendicitis decrease in tho sate ratio that tho use of Dr Kings Now Lifo PiUs increases They save you from danger and bring quick nail painless roloaso from consti pation and thin ills growing out of it Strength and vigor always follow their use Guaranteed by Pennys Drugstore Stanford and Lyne Uros Crab Orchard 2Txj Try them Work on the Sundry Civil Appropria tion bill will begin in the National House of Representatives this week Tho bill is larger and carries more mon ey than any preceding sundry civil act Tho aggregate in the neighborhood The items relate to branch of tho service And consequently have a bearing on nearly every Congressional district Another Round Up the Cash Basis Ladder 10 Cakes of Lenox Soap 25c Gran ulated Sugar still 20 pounds for 100 W H HIGGINSSpecial Prices on Buggies and Buggy Harness CASH HOUSE KENTUCKYI BOYS LOTHIM Correctly Cut is the reason why our Suits are so comfortable Prices J to 4 Sprin sensir attractivej g ica rmzn is- We know ot no better shoe for the price q Reliable and attractive Conforms strictly to the best styles 400 and 3501 ooooaooSam o Stanford Ky SAM ROBINSON Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY i ONE COMFORTS JfcJLj Arc detracted from if the interior decIorations 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 YnrnUhes Ktc High est Grade School Supplies and Sundries r IGIBBONS SHOCK GRAYHlKtlmiil pony 7 Yfnn old N inches lull owo d l y Hugh HUI Foster will iiinke tho uriinmiit le to Imnnl living cult Ile hy mi linportttl pony that cost II AD In the HhBtliiml lnlld4 n ml U rvRimlfil by liorscnun us tlu lst pony In K nlflaky derentIngall colh until SIUKOII makeIhu IIter Coolers Freezers Screen Doors Window Screens and Screen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting Hardware Groceries c from George Da Hopper Stanford Ky c t L The Interior Journal E C WALTON r JUDGE JOHN WHUGHES of Mercer county Is a candidate to repre sent the Eighth Congressional distrIct at Kentucky to lion O Q Gilbert subject to tbe action of the Democratic party M F NORTH eotIJnc- countysubJvettotbuuetlonotthu Demo cratic party TilE following from the Kentucky State Journal Frankfort whosa editor lived in Stanford a quarter of a century and knows tho town and her people well furnishes some food for thought Stanford is to have a local option election June 9th and there are already signs in the INTERIOR JOURNAL that things are warming up there as is usual in such elections If the people of that pleasant little city want local option and will say so in an honest and fair election they ought to have it and will have it but they should not lay down if they do and permit evil to exist blind tigers a consequent They are a great deal worse than the licensed saloon and infinitely more corrupting So far as saloons are concerned we have no part nor lot in them and if they hurt no one else more than they do us they would soon go out of business We are a temper ance man in faith theory and practice At the same time we recognize that the whisky business is a factor to bo dealt with wisely and not fanatically calmly and not in excitement There is no need of getting excited nor of falling out with your neighbor because he cannot see things as you do A good platform which we have never had reason to revise is To support local option where it can be enforced by public sentiment and high license if the sentiment is not strong enough to enforce it and the police power is sufficient to keep the saloons in control with judicial officers to see that every reported violation of law especially the one against Sunday selling is rigidly punished In the meantime we take the liberty to urge our old friends and fellow citizens of many years to keep cool consider well and vote whisky out if you can keep it outwithout flying ing into evils that you know not of NEW YORK has long had a law requiring candidates to report their campaign expenses but as they gave most of their money to political committees the disclosures thus forced were unimportant Now it has a law requiring committees to report the names of the contributors and the amounts contributed and another law enumerating the expenses which a candidate may incur If this reform movement shall continue it may come to pass that a man can be elected to office without it costing him more than the salary of the term TilE game warden of New York says he is going to enforce to the letter the law against women wearing feathers on their hats There is a fine of 60 for selling or wearing them This is another case of a Legislature meddling in small matters when there are so many large ones to be attended to Lethe women adorn themselves in anyway to make themselves more beauti ful The last best gift to man should not be trammeled in her right to deco rate as she may desire TilE lid was on in Louisville Sunday so everybody could notice it without even trying It surprised those who thougnt it wouldnt be it tickled those who hoped it would be Seventeen sa- loonkeepers were arrested some charg ed with keeping open their places of business on Sunday and some with sell ing spirituous and malt liquors on Sun day A Negro porter at one of the sa loons was also arrested for laboring on Sunday A SPELLING school is needed in Knott county Seventeen applicants for teachers certificates were turned down because they couldnt spell TilE newsis sent from Lan caster that rain broke up a drouth over there Shame on the rain POLHTCAL The Senate passed the socalled Free Alcohol Bill as it was reported from the Committee on Finance The bill has already passed the House Jerry A Sullivan of Richmond an nounced that ho will not be a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Con gress from the Eighth district Gus Coulter former State Auditor died at his home at Mayfield after a two weeks illness of inflammatory rheuma tism He was a man of considerable ability a good lawyer and politician- A meeting of the Third District Republican Committee has been called to be held at Bowling Green on June 6 at which time a date for the convention to nominate a candidate for Congress will be fixed The Senate passed the Agricultural Appropriation bill carrying a total of 7800000 and added to it as an amend ment the bill providing for the inspec tion of fresh meats intended for domes tic consumptiont 3 Taylors official majority over Carmack for U S Senator from Tennessee is 7364 or 13000 less than was at first statedJudge William Henry Holt is being boomed for Governer by the Louisville Herald but really the Judge is too good a man to be placed on the sacrificial altar The Senate Committee repots that the free seed business is an abuse thought to remain uncorrected a while longer This looks like a rather clumsy hair splitting Lillard H Carter who served as act ing Governor for a few days following the killing of William Goebel announced that ho will be a candidate for tho Democratic nomination for Attorney General if a primary is called Thertfig no reason why the next President should not hail from the South says the Philadelphia Record Not next time dear friend Bryan will be nominated and elected and after that the South will get what is coming to her Frankfort Journal Delegates to the Tennessee State convention which will nominate a Democratic candidate for Governor are arriving in Nashville The race be tween Cox andPatterson is close and bitter The main fight in the convention will bo in the Committee on Credentials many delegations being con testedSeveral candidates for the Legislature in the Eighth District are an nquncing that they arc for Senator McCrcary for reelection This is nIl right but if a State primary is held what goodwill it do a candidate for the Senate to have a member for him if the people instruct for another man Frankfort Journal- Representative Charles A Towne of New York delivered a notable speech in the House Mr Townewas in splen din voice and the Democrats applauded him to the echo His strictures on the President were received with continued applause on the Democratic side and when he read the President out of the Democratic party the minority applaud ed Mr Dalzell who followed Mr Towne spoke in favor of letting well enough alone his speech being en thusiastically applauded by the Repub licansSenator Morgan has had printed by application to the Senate through Senator Millard chairman of the Committee on Interoceanic Canals a resume of all of tho refusals of William Nelson Cromwell of New York to answer questions bearing on his relations as counsel to the New Panama Canal Company The statement is prepared to support Senator Morgans motion to require the witness to answer which the Alabama Senator intends to press to a decision when the canal investigation is resumed today MAYWOOD Lynn Bros sold to Lawson Brown a bunch of hogs at isle Bailey Hampton Bros are progressing nicety In their mercantile bus Hess The rains in the last few days have saved our crops for which we are very thankfulMrs P Cook is quite ill J G Lynn will go to Olympian Springs this week for the benefit of his rheumatism Claude Bailey was down from Livings ton Sunday to see tho homefolks Mrs Lou Brady of Corbin is visiting Mrs Alice Lynn Bird Matheny and son went to Cincinnati Sunday Mrs Bullock and sons of Walnut Flat spent Sunday at M T Lynn- sFortunate Missurians When I was a druggist at Livonia Mo writes T J Dwyer now of Graysvllle Mo three of my custo mers were permanently cured of con sumption by Dr Kings New Discov ery are well and strong tq day One was trying to soil his property and move to Arizona but after using Now Discover a short time he found It unnecessary to do so I regard Dr Kings New 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 Spain will be given a new Queen on Thursday when Princess Ena of Bat berg niece of King Edward of Eng land will be married to King Alfonso of Spain The ceremony will take place in the old church of San Jeroni mo in Madrid and the State ceremonies and fetes will occupy all of this week and until June 8 Princess Ena has found the heart of the Spanish nation and the marriage is regarded by all classes with the greatest enthusiasm So you will make a dash for the North Pole by airship Have you the ship yetNoo not exactly How far along are your prepara tionsWe have the air Philadelphia Ledger +IF you want to rid yourself of that tbred 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 ford Co Hustonville J W Thompson Kingsville tuo LYTLE BURTON and GIVES ox Lincoln county people who have an Im mense coal mine at Cleaton sold the Southern Pacific Railroad 600 cars of coal the other day WANTED a principal and assistant for Crab Orchard Graded School Ad dress W Mason Morris Crab Orchard Ky I A GOOD secondhand 35horso power engine for sale John S Murphy McKinney The jail at robbed at Its furniture PARKER HAIR BALSAM ClnoMf sad tmaunit hair froTthWcptorCaJncindlliUM Dmrrtiu Waynesburg Marble and Gran Its Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Denier In Slid Manufacturer Granite Monuments Marble United Letters IffolJXChllllOmce and works Wtiymsburg Act POSTEDWe whop names appear below strictly forbid hunting Dining or any kind of trea patting on our place and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law MM Kate Ador Relcbenbach Bros VouOruenlganAlbertVonOruentganFred Allred Simpson George Holmes Miss Mottle II Hewei E Rclchenbacb Charles Oummlni Jos Ballon A 0 Dunn S M Holmes W Ii Amon W B Daugherty J Hoffman D Klmore Peter W garter J NfiTln Oarter Mr M Hayden Welch A D Root J E Bruce F Bhomaker Thomas Ferrlll Green Kerrlll F J Coon John B Oamenlsch Sam TrwbrldlCe Peter Balmer Charles Knsilln Frank Oordler John Meier Samuel Ltndser Jacob Oacder Mrs Alice Lytle David Stephens Mary Hoffmann L P Nannclley J W Baughman Cnrlttena Orajson J O Carpenter Jacob Jciiweln Sara Dameron Mrs M J Ashlock W S II WHITESrT E1 SIPURITY GUARANTEED Splits Splits SPLITS What Is Splits Find Out Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Splits Made from Epsom Water Carbonated Stops the Dopo Habit It is ensITry our Diamond Brand Splits For ruin at Drug Stores Soda Fountains Cafes and Saloons Price lOc Per Bottle Whites C C Water Company Inc Crab Orohnrd KyjELECTION NOTICE l Lincoln County Court A regular term held at the court housCln Htimfonl Ky on Monday May H Ittl The IIoiiornbiH iC Vnrrcn Imldlim In the petition or M IJ Klmorwet III forIii lorul option election Thlh Uuy came M II Klmnre nod one hun- drtrlmindtltuuii other tUloiieni wliuw mums npenr on the petition filed nt n form er tern til tbltcourt tIIII tlioiiitolves cit izens and nmlcltiits of Htanfonl Lincoln county of use unit legal voters of ollilloWIIIIIIII county by attorney rod moved the enurt to order t m IIn elec tlon bo told In the wild town of Htanford on June for the purpose of taking the eaSe of tho legal voters of said town upon the proportion whether or not spirituous vinous mill liquor shall lie sold lair teriHl soul loaned therein And It appearing from heard that tho Mgnnturoit to the- dureso11lielilloIuoregunulnenallhlt the than Si cent of the votes cast at tho lust election held In and for the wild town of Htanford the nald xtltlon lielng tinned by ami the highest intro r of votes rant lit the lust election held In and for tho town of Htu ford af and It further from proof heard unit the per lCtItlonresidents of the town of Htanford over ityears of and oulilllled to vote at tIer t Ions In said town and for county olllcer It U ordered that on June HIM an election In held In thu town of Htanford aforesaid fur the ptirpoM of taking tho souse or the proposltlo-ncltutherornotspirituousvluoul and malt lliiuors sushi Iw sold luirtercd and loaned therein and T J lull Hr tho MicrltT of Lincoln county U ordered to open II ioli lit each rend every voting place In each and very voting precinct In Htanford on June KIM for tho purpose of holding fwd ruin ducting said lttlOIII1I1I1I ho ciII makv duo by publica t loll of this order In the INTRKIOH JOURNAL n ncwsNiior publUhed In Mtunford In each and everyissue thereof for nut lens than two June v utid tend by printed band hills posted In not lets than live con tplcuou p surd town for notlewthlur- we prior to uild date lie will have the iulvttrtlwMiiontii mid notices ulxivo men tioned enternl In the iNTKKIOIt JOCKNAL and tcd within wren clays sifter the re by him of this InllrIIlls urtlleranlertvi that a hMiil regl trillion held on HiiUinlay June the we rod I2i iww for the city of Htiinford in each therefmay be entitled to vole at the election luridly ordered whoso namex lon u not here tofore iHon recorded on the regUtratlon ooks for tin present year of Htnnfonlmay lx registered fh sheriff this nixdill registration tho tines sold places where It will held In like miiiinur as the election hereby culled Is required to Iw ml vertlied A OOOPRIICleric A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY OJHco over McRoberts Drug Store in tho Oweloy Building Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard Ky WI are prepared to wrltd Insurance Life Accident Fire or TornadoA- nd solicit the business of tho cltlirns of the Knit Knd None but tho best compan lee represented Office with Crab Orchard Banking Co- If ure n talk with us before placing your In surance of renewing old policies List your property with us and wo lIlt for you charging you only n small per cent GOLDDUST NABOTH llv K llekfs Iorl1 loUldu t 1st by J K limifhiimuHNiibotliSildiim by tub lilem n MIII of tills Vrnuml fill IIl1m u rlilpp roru man- la n not urrel thIRMIU hills slyl action and form will sure u limited arum ber of tiuirvn at ts to Insure a cult IlltK KYK THR Ill n Hhotlntiil IIlnl- IInll liy IIumdlsyii II lit Kyesan Ideal oiiy In nice form style and nymetry will rva n HnilUil numlnrof mares lit pi to ln urv volt Sly flue imxlel Jiuk KXrKlMinil with typliiil nmrklngf rwently bought from the Jtiek herd of Mr L Hlilliv Tevls with trp- Ileretl will Slier serve It lltdlsliiilnlxrot nViirvs at fj to Insure a colt Mare imstuml at tT per month can taken to prevent iiecldentv but lint rvsixill Able should any occur Marvs parted with or tnidetl or hurl elsewhere forfult the In mininre and money hlOIllC sdue lit the time of transaction A lien will lx rHulned on paidMy hornless bull will Htnnd at ttli In advance ersey hull will stand lIIIPINTKIt nd Mince JOHN r O UralsOrehnrKy- Two and one hflf mllps Kouth of Crab Or chard on the Iliappeira unp5 Ottnnhvlm pike DORSEY GOLD DUST 12052 Full Brother to EsttIU2iI9 M Sired by Zitcadl Golddust 4400 by Gold dust 150 and he by Vermont Morgan Dtrsey Golddusts grand dam on tires side was by the Imp Arabian Stallion Zilcadi His dam is Florence by Golden Mingo Chief a ton of Gaffs Morgan making him intensely inbred Morgan stal lion descending from Justen Morgan on both sides The best family of road hones ever known Dorsey Goldduat is a dark dappled bay full 16 hands aod weighs taco a proven and uni form breeder of highclass road and Eastern horses combining all the qualities for saddle and harness and are in demand at Both the chmpion saddle and combined gelding of the American Horse Shows of 19045 Jack Diamonds stands to his credit Ten of his colts sold recently for 10350 and 11500 was reused for a walktrot mare by him ills services are offered for less than any horse of his producing qualities in Kentucky Will land at my farm a5 miles from Stanford on the Hustonville pike at 820 to insure a living colt F REID Ihone in Danville y GALTON 12910 Sired by OnmbetU Wilkes 2I9 with 101 with records from 2 03 to S 30 claimed to be be gealct sire In the world lit dam Daisy Field Jrandam of a with records from 2 2H tu 2 I1J by Enlleld 329 lire of 6 In 230 and dams of 60 In 230 or bettor 2nd dam Quickstep by Kentucky Prince Jr lIre of J Q 2 n Lemonade 12i and the dams of 15 In the 2 30 list Srd dam Old Joe sire of the deli of J Q 2 carries the blood of four leading families Hambletonlao VVIIkci Mnmhrl brlno Chief and gteltiys American Htnr Oalton Is a dark bay IS 2H band breeds large One style and Only 6 his colts have been handled for speed a tort time one toi k a mark of 2 20 tbO er five worked trials from 215 to 2 30 Ills colts have gone against and defeated the best In the harness classes and roadster rings one of his colts hitting won ntS pro mium at the Uustonvllli fair over the best Comment Is unnecessary as ha Is so well known having made all of his seasons at my place 12 In all Oalton will stand at my stable 2 miles west of Uuttonvllle on Uradfordsvlllo plkllI atfto to Insure allying colt Money due If mure Is traded after being bred Ural after May lit at 260 per month Phone In residence W M DOUD Hustonville Ky RED REX Poinhliicd oldisvutifuI so- rIlhrtewhitefIl fectjlfl hands and ono Inch- CstyleII action slzr sold bree llng entitle with the besthim to hy Itux hi hr ills duln by KenluokyChlel YouiiMVOtcmcftlibiuomelo hllll S2 only IK nliow 0cnverinnfpravtdnllina0 1l Ktiilllcili iiiitlful senl brown Myeiirsolclt III liitnils nIKht l IIIounllA Jlelsii line well inn horse nml n good drhIr- IKmCllKKHoul Iemntnrk shred by Jr lie hy Old Ktoliewi irVstiininby K cortitl cluni by teuvluel Tills n ndlloIhl liorso that Is fust iKconilnc extinct In Ken tucky Hen huh and you will breed to him VuKlToH IIIOIISIONI Ho is n brown coiibmed yearn hiiiids This is a horse with plenty aIamw action fiiilsli and n proved lFiVifJicBBHIrd by Tom Uovilu links hob Lnlr h Oeneral jisYlOllTKU grey lack ISIinnds a brcocl vr of pl8 hIM blue string culls Insun IItihNOlLJRblackjack Nu hands ThlJnck IIIH ono III this lIlIlIh Iultii Its mull pick Is ICOIIII tu dale fj Iu insure Jack Junkuluol Idui3x11 lsiiinaltd thin HIlo txtrn II luOIllllulo lock glviuug hits CUltllllolll Insure110style 11III tho 111111 fntill atock OliO 1111 tiialItlfroiil i- icIllsi tll hesltiitfl lusSyliuttlmtlbeflflVotliByure us good us nnv ill due In nil iwlth nil the nliovo furltintlhid lit foukMl n rensonnbli or priesrt1il I cllra tnkeu to occident but not ru nslblo occur uulbov doehkcuntsecIn sousewith PiCn- f ure by applying to hdIUDnRI- ticKnlney14 l 6fIIh l1V J4Yi SUIT MAKESINAM- ANThe best dressed people are those who wear the CRITERION- We sell only this make In every thing from 10 to 20 Our 2 piece suits are especially- stylish and fine H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY PENNYS DRUG STORE New Stock PARIS GREEN Let us Supply You PENNYS DRUG STORE ncuckyI rtrt s1roIt s tei sateII TESTIMONIALIII ncr givnn without ono of the kind for several times its cost enjoy this improvement ns 1nuchor more than our Ifnmily phone This system is in every particular an inIplant So simple and useful fresh water can bo order all through house from cistern at nil hours the lumber for n catalogue and rend up on wonderful time and labor saving way of living You can I up enough air in n few minutes to supply water for an thisIsize all day Think of it both cold or hot water MRS A G T SMITH Stanford Ky I I tarYOUR WANTSIN Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery 2Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri J ces byIWaB McRoberts DRUGGIST r r ri if4 STANFORD ll f PERSONAL supervision given to nil Prescriptions compounded r Shirt Waists and Wash Suits sweat Save time unit worry by coming to us for your need in this line Waists OOc to 8500 Wash Stilts 81RO to 81150 You can depend upon the style being right They are made by best makers in Now York Closing Prices on Suits We have n few Suits left which we will tell nt 1 olf the regular price These are till New York ManTailored Suits SEVERANCE SON STANFORD kENTUCKy1BTANFOUD far MAY 20 1000 DELICIOUS Ice Cream Soda nt Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS Gronon RANKIN has a new girl at ha home Miss ALMA PAKUOTT te wtlh home folks at Lebanon Miss MAIIY McRoiiuivra spent Satur day in Lexington DnJ G CAKPBNTBU was called to Paint Lick Friday Mn W H SIUNK9 Joined his wife in Madison Friday Sass BERTINA MULUNS went up to Ltvingstoli yesterday MRS EaN CST WAWIBN returned to Mlddlesboro yesterday I HOWARD PERKINS Is over from Cin cinnati with relatival and friends Mu V T WILSON and wife of Casey were here shopping yesterday Mn JOHN CimisMAH and family of Cincinnati are here visiting his parents Miss LULA CIIRISIAN of MU Sterling la spending a few days with her parent hereMn JAW R F CUMMINS Is In Cincin nati buylng goods for Cummins Mc Clary t MRS W R DILLION of Iondan was the guest of her sister Mrs Joseph Coffey MR ClIAnLBB II IlAYDRf Of Louis 4vile Is vUltlng his many friends In this CCTTIB TlltfnuONl returned Saturday from a protracted stay at HUcvllle MIL ALIRHD PENCE Is in Cincinnati buying stacks of goods for Tribble Pences store Mn J Eo CuUNGII wire and child ten of Somerset lire with Mr J E Lynn and family Miss MADGe HACKIBY has returned from Knoxville where she has attend ed college tho past year MasI11 HU9BINO of Somerset was the guest of her sister Mrs L A Farris In the West End Miss FIUNCM ADAMS is with rela tlbealn Marlon She will leave for Birmingham In n few days MISSES tUTU WAITS and Jennlo Newell of Somerset Bro with Mr S H Newell In the West End REV AND MRS W SGRINSTHAUare Versailles with their daugh over from ter Mrs Catherine Beazlcy who spent a r iitthhomeFriatCastlewood Miss AUDIE EASTLAND 5Mr Clelland Eaitland of Louis vjlle were guesU of Miffs Margaret Hopper underwhoTHAYLOIIMRS JBSSB went a fourth operation several days bo excouldwell asago is doing as pected Law LEE RtrLUY came up from renceburg Saturday to stay n whilo with his parents Mr ant Mrs H u ltupley MISS SALWE CooKE of Danville is with her sisters here Miss Lou Hock er brought her doWn from Hustonvillo yesterdayA from Monticello announces the serious Illness of Mrs Dr J H of Judge Sauflcy of I Grady n sister this place DR FAYETTB DUNLAP will shortly re move his office from Third Street to Main occupying the suite over Centers storoDanvillo News MISSES ItACIIEL HENRY and Marga of Lancaster spent Satur Spoondayamore nt her left yesterday Miss SMJUB HACKLEY for Cincinnati to visit her sister Miss Cincinnati Art School and Mary ui the to attend the exhibition of American- A who has been assisting MIss EFFA Good rinaViln GoochIher sister Miss in her millinery store returned totier home at Waynesburg TuesdaySom erset Journal CARTER has our Miss SARAH MAUD to tho Corninvitationthanks for an raenccment exercises of the Indiana institution for the Education of the DenfI at Indianapolis June 3 to 0 WHILE working with her chickens Saturday morning Mrs BF Rout feltI amidislocated one of her arms at tho elbow Dr Hugh Reid was called and soon had tho member in place Miss ERA WHITE closed her school with a nice treat of candy for There were some inter and dialogues by the pupils But few visitors wero present f LOCALSIIKON beds at you buy RURB German millet seed for salo nt COc per bushel W II Murphy Star ford BRING your orders for potato celery and other plants to J W Brackett Iownr MAin ft Stanford Foil sAIlSwnot potato plants Brazilian 20c per 100 Southern Queen I6c Bermuda lOc V S Wigham Moreland TUB Ladies Aid Society of tho McKinney church will givo a Bazaar an supper at McKinney Saturday nightI next Juno 2nd Every body TUB remains of Mrs J M lack who died in Knoxville some six months ago and wero interred In Crab Orchard cemetery were taken up yesterday nnd rcmtcrred at Richmond A FAIHLY good crowd attended court at ML Vernon yesterday and busines s generally was good Tho docket this time is a heavy one and a good deal or business will havo to go over to tho next term PLANS and specifications for tho Christian church at Crab Orchard can bo seen nt Crab Orchard Springs Wo want scaled bids sent in by June 10 Mall bids to me J 11 Willis Crab Orchard Ky LexingtonIday night on temperance Ho handled his subject in a masterful as well as an eloquent manner Mr Bain is considered ono of tho finest temperance lee turera in the United States HUOTOWILLE WILL HAVE A FAllt A number of West End people met at Hustonvillo Saturday afternoon and decided to haven fair on July 25 26 27 W G Cowan wan elected president Sam ML Owens Secretary June H Mocker treasurer J B Ilonakcrwas made first vico president W M Myers second and F F Sandidge third HORRIIILK WnrcK EIGHT KILLED INCLUDING HOWARD COLKMAN The worst wreck In the history of the Knox ville Division of the L N occurred in the Louisville yards about 8 oclock yesterday morning when several cnn of No 21 the Northbound passenger ran into a lot of box cars a broken wheel causing tho accident which cost eight lives and severely wounded a dozen moro people some of whom will more than likely die The lead are Howard D Coleman son of Mr and Mrs C R Coleman of this place John C Black of Barbourville George Ionder Martin lichen P W Tharp and FranciSjWoaver of Brodhead and a man supi osed to bo Leo Miller also of Brodhcad Tho Brodhead men wero bridge workmen in tho employ of tho I N Tho injured are Eugene Ray Lebanon Junction John McChord Leb anon SamTclford Crab Orchard Marsh Samuels Lebanon Junction George B Cooper of this place Joslo Spies New Maven John Boon Lebanon Frances Price Henry and Lucy Buttram Henry Irice Pinevillc S Burch Buchanan Crab Orchard The latter sustained bruises and scratches but is not dangerously hurt Mr Cooper had a leg broken and one foot so badly mangled that it had to be amputated at the ankle Ho is also considerably bruised Ho is at the Dca coness Hospital Louisville and at a late hour last night he was doing as well ass could bo expected The remains of Mr Coleman wero brought homo last night antI will bo interred in Buffalo Cemetery tomorrow at an hour to bo fixed later Ho was tho eldest son of Mr and Mrs C R Coleman and was traveling for Scanlon Jones Louisville and also for his fathers coal business Ho was instantly killed Mr Coleman was a fino young man about 21 years of age a graduate of Millers burg College and an athlete Ho possessed a happy disposition was com Danloftablc at all times and made tho best of life His parents and brothers iro almost crushed by his tragic end md great sympathy is felt for them May tbo God Who gave him help them car their great burden Pictures of the wreck in the after noon papers show that it is almost a niraclo that every passenger on the smoker and car following was not kill id 1 Nolikeee NotaKeeetsaartsr Is the rule iu our store We believe a well pleased customer is a better nd vertlscr than ono persuaded to take an article that does not suit Wo will of course make every honeet effort to sell you by showing and pricing our goods Keeping the Assortment Up We buy goals every day in order to have what the trade want You can count on finding what you want nt this store Prices are attractively low FOR RKNT Cottage of five rooms on East Main Street Mrs Woodio Hale P J HALL died near Brodhead Sun day Ho leaves n wife and seven children WHEN you want fresh month groc eries hot lunches or meals go to T M Estes Crab Orchard LOST handle umbrella with initials J II P to E M C engraved Reward Miss Elizabeth Crcighton Kingsvllic I AM agent for the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co of New York Insure from two years to 70 years old Give mo a chance if you want any insurance Birncs Wcarcn 4t TUB Ladies Aid Society of the Moreland Christian church will give a strawberry supper Thursday evening In Hunn CofTcys hall for tho benefit of the church Everybody invited MR R Ti PARSONS ts doing a good deal of painting and papering here He recently completed a beautiful job of papering for Dr R I Davison and is now beautifying tho home of Mr J 8 Owslcy Jr with paint MR LUCIBV M LEWIS son of Dr and Mrs T M Lewis of this place contributed an interesting story to a recent issue of tho Field and Stream on Whale Hunters of Noah Bay Wash ington Mr Lewis is now located at Kcanvs Canon Arizona THE members of Crab Orchard Lodge No 103 I 00 F will observe Tues day June 12 as Memorial day Hon R II Tomlinson of Lancaster and Rev G V Todd of Preachersville will deliver addresses and the graves of the Odd Follows buried in Crab Orchard Cemetery will be decorated WANTS DAMAGESC C White has filed through his attorneys Rawlings Voris Robert Harding and Emmett Purycar of Danville in the Lincoln circuit court suit for 20000 claimed for personal injuries received while In tho employ of the road at Bowen Sta tion White was a coal shOveler and had both legs mashed The trial will come up at the next term of court WON FIRST HONORS Prof J W Ireland Mrs Ireland and 12 students of the Stanford Graded School who had taken part jn tho Graded School Tournament at Harrodsburg returned homo Saturday afternoon with colors flying They had excelled the schools of Harrodsburg Mt Sterling Owenton Springfield Lebanon Lexington Nicholasvillc Williamstown Pleaaurcvillo Shelbyville Flemings burg and Burgin and had just cause to feel good Owcnton came second win ning seven first prizes and six second The school at Owcnton brought 60 con testnnts however and it must be remembered that Stanford had only a ba kers dozen Following is n list of Stanfords winners Miss Ida Moore won first honors in Trigonometry and Greek History John Downer first honor in Caesar Leslie Anderson first honor in United States history Miss Mac Brackett first in written spellingBeverly Rout first in shot put ham mer throw and 100 yard dash Miss Mao Brackett second in Civil Government and English Grammar Robert Waters second in Plane Ge ometryGrady Tucker second in Mental and Practical Arithmetic Hays Foster second in English History The tournament was a big thing and Harrodsburg took splendid care of tho 400 or more contestants and her many other guests Prof Ireland tells us that the Tournament was an exceeding ly enjoyable and interesting ono and calculated to be of help to those who took part as well as thoso who wit nessed and heard the contests Tho medals etc won by Stanfords sue cessful ones are on exhibition in Pen nys Drug Store Stop and see them and youll not only feel proud of the winners but proud also of thp schoolI its superintendent and splendid corps of teachers A pleasing feature of ono of the evening sessions was a whistling solo by Stanfords little virtuoso Miss Berta Jean Penny Prof Ireland says her effort was applauded moro than any thing during the Tournament and that her hearers wero amazed and at the same time pleased with her skill as a whistler IA NEGRO by the namo of Higgins was shot by another Negro in the May wood section Sunday nightiFOR RENTThe storeroom on lan11 caster street just vacated by Garland II Singleton Apply at this office MR JOHN has thanks for a quart of his fine Buback Strawberries which are almost as large as hen eggs and as sweet as sugar IF Stanford had more citizens like Messrs A T and J R Nunnelley the appearance of the place would be greatly improved These gentlemen own some eight or 10 residences hero and they keep their houses in a little better repair than almost anybody The Elkin Cottage on Lancaster street is receiving their attention just now and they will soon have it one of the prettiest houses In town WE knew that ssoon as we caned official attention to the need of role that something would be done After the article telling how dry it was and the serious effect it was having on vegetation was put into type tHe clouds began to give forth a glorious rain and raise the hopes of the despondent farmers who doubtless had forgotten the lines It may not be my time it may not be thy time but yet in His own time the Lord will provide CRAIGJ Newton Craig formerly of this place died at his home at Junc tion City Friday of tuberculosis aged 37 He is survived by his wife who was the widow of Joe A Shannon of Crab Orchard Mr Craig was a son of Mr Will Craig for many years n citi zen of this and at one time one of the largest property owners in Stan ford Newt as he was familiarly called was kindhearted cleveryoung man arid his death will carry sadness to the hearts of his many friends The burialoccurred at Junction City Saturday afternoon WITHERS Sunday night at his late home on the Lancaster pike Mr S La ban Withers breathed his last after several weeks illness of double pneu monia Mr Withers was 49 years of age and was a son of the late S Laban and Julia Withers to whom nine child ren were born Only three of these now survive Mesdames M J Withers and Julia Hughes and Mr Charles C Withers Mr Withers was a devout member of the Christian church and also a member of the Maccabee frater nity at this place He was a splendid citizen always standing for the right and was a kind hearted hardworking honest man He was up last Wednes day and was thought to be gaining strength rapidly but he had a relapse later and the end came peacefully at midnight Sunday Mr Withers leaves seven children five boys and two girls to mourn his loss his wife having preceded him to tho grave several years ago Tho funeral will occur at his home today at 10 oclock after short services by Rev F M Tinder of Lan caster and then all that is mortal of this good man will be laid to rest in Rush Branch burying ground to await the resurrectiort morn Peace to his ashes n Residence For Sale I Having lociiUd permanently In Mt wter line offtr for unle nt ii my civ Irublo relIenreonIUutouy111e3tInMtnn fonl Ky Kor pnrtlculnrt write me nt Mt HUTllnp K or we W Hrlght nt the Llnol County otnUonnlllllllkJOliN JOotRH By Naboth bay fouryearsold and a much liner horse than his sire so wellknown In tlili part of tho Stte as n breeder of peed fttvle and durability Dam Nora Nor vnl bY Nol 2H a ion of Electioneer 123 Nora Norval a first dam by Metropoll tan son of Hiimbletonlan 10 sure of ueo Wllken find Electioneer id dam by Mam brlno Starlight 3rd dam by Ollveri 4th dam by Wagner 5th dam by Tranbri 6th dam by Thornton Rattler A splendid In dividual with a pedigree alOne as any hones Stands hund high and weighs 1200 ponndi Will Jake the present sea non at It G Pettui near Irtacheuvlllo at 1250tolnsure a living colt Money due when mire Is traded or parted with or bred to another horn The black jacK J K BAUGHMAN by Tnrklnctons Napoleon will make the season at the same placo at lID to Insure a living Jolt He In IS 2Ji high und has proven a good breeder grazed at 88 per month which In ill cases must bo paid before they are re moved Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur J1I1 k R 0 FETTC9 PreachorsTllle Ky II White Goods tscWe have just replenished our stock of Lingerie Materials nnd are prepar ed to show a big line at 20 to 50c per yard Wash Goods We can show the newest designs in Lawns Cambrics Linens Mulls c White Oxfords for Ladies Misses and Children tl 1Tuesday NABOTH Colored H 1til w 1 1 vNtiN79 0 r 1 One Hundred Suits i at Half Pricei i storeiThe skeptic says How can a sell goods at a loss and live It i be done cantiYet it is being done at our The loss in a wellmanaged store f but a small fraction of the isibusiness Most of the goods S be sold at a profit of course Suits we offer at iThe I Half Price 1 are remainders the small windup of last seasons business Our loss is our customers gain i SDollars do double duty in purchas S Suits 5 buys a 10 Suit i CUMMINS MCLARY ii STANFORD KY La m wtis 1 a tw a WI 4WI 4 l + lFFh3l1IIjIIYj y The Celebrated I I Burson Hosiery IThe withionly Hose that is knit to fit lout a seam Plain and Lace Hose at lOc iLadies per pair in both Black and Childrens Plain Hose at 10 I 15 and 25c per pair Childrens Lace Hose in both Black and White at 1015 and 25c A full line of Infants Hose at 10 to 25c per pair LM HUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY nttUItotttltlIUt U lHtUtttttUUIUt r cttF JtZa t r r s fhe Interior Journal Xntered in the PottOffice at Stanford ai- aatond clan matter nraUSHBD TUEHUAYM AND SRIIXVS AT 100 PER YEAR CASH when not 10 paid 1100 will be charged NAPOLEON Bint k 1H hnndshighWan slrll 7trkfnntons Napoleon Ut dnm by Bind Hawk oY who wimn ton of Hllgnir Onlie be by letPr1llllncl lInwt AI lllllll bY Joy Wood Will servo mares nt 110 to Insure R thing colt the ninre forfeIts the Inurunce NEr111OODHHlnnfonl lire Lightning VInd Htorm Life and andAecldent None the BTIIONOKHT BEST lteprelel1ld IoWIIOIa- tble Rates Junranteed Payinga ltec MdjUnequallcd Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 8S 35 Farm Mules For Sale All broke and native bred You can see them by calling on tee B G Fox Livery Feed ft Sale Stable Danville Ky B D CARTI3R Successor to Bruce do Oarter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special attention to Commercial Men Your it elicited Horses handled on commission Stock Pens In Connection oTwo Farms For Sale I wish to tell privately my farm of 170 acres ft miles Wet of on the Ix xs Ington pike It b well Improntl and hu Ylenty of water and timber fenced snd butldinga In goad re urAlso an unimproved farm of low ncres lying midway between Lancaster mid Lex f ington pikes Good outlet each Well fenced Tlrllu 1l1l1011nble T I IU1tRINO Uarktbury Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You rendymade clothing when there IIO little difference In the of high ruitturtmnttakenbyanelxperienced MllorT I have n handsome line Hprlng Summer good I can make from a low price dullness suit to the finest drew suit Also Ttrcoats trousers and tansy vests The company I represent bone of the best H C RUPLEY the Tailor Pax1 TraylorDEALER Whlstn Brandu Wines Beer Gloars Etc I Carpnur Oo to DpolSTANFORD KY Pfonpt aniS polite attention Nothing Llb ba- Irriak Mill pbon cr tlegnp ordrs receive iraaptarltntlon Attention Farmers I I have just rccein load or 30 tons of The Old Homestead Fer tilizer It ling n worldwide reputation is un =celled as a crop producer It sells on its merits For the lands sake Jive it n trial E W CIIKIUIITON KingavilleKy e e 1teear Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Ira ruessSaddlery- dtc STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone 187 Home Phone 35 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm t era Also Dealers in Fur- nituret MattingsRugs They inlljexchauge Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give t Them a Call Prices Right KENTUCKYto FARMERS DEPARTMENT John E Madden sold his race horse Bat Masterson for 20000 FOR SALESeveral yearling Polle Angus bulls and a lot of millet seed J W Baughman StanfordSMy black bull Tom Kendrick Jr Is IIreturnto wheat belonging to Geo o Boyle and 18 acres were burned FOR SALEFebruary pigs extr fine Duroc Jerseys subject to register R H Bronaugh Crab Orchard Ky 3t Thomas God has sold his farm of 200 acres on the Lexington pike to J W Wilson of Campton at 62 per acre Richmond Register Two twists of tobacco and a book on birds which were wrapped in papersI and dated 1806 were found between the plastering and weather boarding on the farm of West Lowe near Bowling GreenThree tobacco plant beds were de strayed near Hopkinsville A meeting of the victims was held and a reward fund of 600 raised The Dark Tobacco Association will assist in the effort tc apprehend the guilty party or parties The Belle Meado deer have beenj transferred to the State of by J B Richardson administrator ofI the estate henceforth they are un conditionally the property of the stateI and will de protected under tho game lawWilliam Fields who is widely known as a breeder of thoroughbred horses and for 22 years has conducted a successful stud near Lexington has purchased a large tract of land adjacent to Deland Fla and will soon take up his residence there To the horse world he is best known as the owner of liar ry OFallon and Imp Wagner He closed out his breeding establishment last fall Mr Fields is a son in4aw of Hon G A Lackey of this ploce IN MEMORIAM There passed from life Friday eve ning May 18 at 8 oclock one of the best beloved men of this countyMr John Wesley Eubanks He had been ailing for nearly a year and had been confined to his bed since FebruaryaI gentle patient sufferer In all his in tense suffering he was never known to murmur or complain but was often heard to say how anxious he was to goI to his heavenly home but would wait patiently until the Lord should call Well done thou good and faithful ser vant come up higher Brother Eu banks was born near Waynesburg on March 6 1823 and died May 18 1906 In 1843 ho was married to Miss Lucinda Floyd of this county and moved to Pu laski county to the little town of Eu banks from whom the place derived its name Later he moved to his beauti ful country home near Stanford where he had since lived He united with the Baptist church the same year in which ho married he and his wife joining at the same time and had since lived a devoted member of that faith He was a member of the Masonic lodge of Stanford He leaves seven children to mourn his deathMrs Alex Carman Messrs Milford and Goo Eubanks Mrs John Colson Miss Same Eubanks Mrs Park Buckley of Wil mington 0 and Dr W C Eubarfks of Paducah and a large number of grand children The funeral occurred Monday morning at 11 oclock with theI ollowing pallbearers acting Messrs Thomas Newland M D Elmore Gar and Singleton Cicero Reynolds J A Hammond J E Bruce Syndey Dun tar and Sam McKittrick Sciatica Cured After Twenty Years of Torture For more than 20 years Mr J Bt Massey of 3322 Clinton St Mlnneap oils Minn was tortured by sciatica The pain and suffering which he Indur ed during this time is beyond compre enslon Nothing gave him any per lanent relief until ho used Chamber ilns Pain Balm One application of that liniment relieved the pain and made sleep and rest possible and lessI than ono bottle has effected a permit nent cure If troubled with sciatica rheumatism why not try a 25cent ottlo of Ialfl Balm and see for your self how quickly It relieves the pain For sale by Dr W N Craig the opular druggist at Stal1fOldI A San Francisco editor describes that city Shes crippled thirsty hungry and broke she has a few whole churches only half her school house not one Frenchrestaurant not a thea t2r she is full of people without homes jobs or clothes she is the worst bunged up town that ever was But the spirit of her U something to bring tears of prido to any Americans eyes Stomach Troubles Mrs Sue Martin an old and highly Irespected resident of Falsonla Miss with stomach trouble for more than six months Chamberlains StomI ach and Liver Tablets cured her She saV8III can now out anything I want and am the proudest woman in the world to find such a good medicine 10 sale by Dr W N Craig tho pop ulur druggist at Stanford Ky MRS W S JONES is agent now for ympian Springs Water F A- ISims Hustonville 4t CEDAR CREEK Good rains have fallen In this locality in the last few days Mrs Ware of Turncrsvlllo is visIt- Ing her daughter Mrs Lena Adams Rev Todd pastor of Mt Hebron church preached at Sugar Grove school house Sunday evening at 3 oclock A fine girl has arrived at tho home of James Livingston Miss Maud Bowen New Albany is visiting here Miss Lula Chandler is with the family of M T Lynn at Lynnwood Mrs Sallie Pennington who went to Oklahoma several months ago has returned to Crab Orchard C H Kerr who has been sick for a week or more is very much improved A Mountain or Gold could not bring as much happiness to Mrs Lucia Wllko of Caroline WIs as did one 25c box of Hucklehs Arnica Salve when completely cured a running sore onlher leg which hall tortured her 23 long years Greatest antlsnp tie healer of Piles Wounds and Sores 25c at Pennys Drug Store Stanford and Lyne Bros Crab Orchard The farmer Is the basic wealth It his crops fail all enterprisesI the loss therefore we unite with in gratitude for the glorious rain join him in that grand old song Praise God from whom all blessings PARKERS HAIR BALSAM ClMWM end Wotlfk tta ball taturtADt troth NT r Fait to nHlore any Klr to It tar curInllla pClt2 PUBLIC SALEO- nSATtltPtYJt1 I JKth will otter fur solo my farm of 3U acres stunted on thli UxIngton front Phil vllle to the highest bldgThe land Is In an excellent state of cultivation with ltuolI Improvement practically new well watei wl mid all iiecc ary out ngewill of cattle cludingheiteranndmilkcow I nmre volt alKiut 00 ewes Cud A lot of till er eturt too numerous to mention U K YKAtlBIt Dnnvllle Ky INSURANCEPlace est and strongest company in the world Seeami talk with n M Ncwlnud who will show you thc policy best adapted to your ago amI circumstances Claims paid prompt ly Dividends paid mutually or defer reel R SI NEWLAND Agent Mutual Life Insurance Co of N Y Organized 181- 3NOTICE We will on WKDNBHDAY JUNK HTII flag offer for sale our Mill at lluriulde fhll Isu Roller KlourlmtMlllcaKiclty40 Barrels on the Nordyke Mormon hystem mnolili erynearly flew Thl Holler Corn Mill and rWdOrujherfiipacll Iftt Iluidiels Meal and will crush to llusheU IIr dayuli tllllnt class lon dillon and situated on nillroad track Hum side has a iioplatlon of IHI Inhabitants RIIII therein 1I00t IIr within ndlta Our rcn on for sellliiRthls property Is owltiK to our liinlth fail Dlg AnyoiuMleilrousuf Ihlnkliii of aralwriywould do w11 to Iovctlgnle It to IIlIlnK to It Uln ornnitlon Mr MrKeolinle will take pleasure In ahowI- IIII It to env rote who Is Interested nml call at the Mill IniUlrte by mall will to nnsweinl nromptlv TKHMM K AHV- McKKCHNIK IIHOH HurnMde Ky LINCOLN SQUIRREL lied bay black points I54 hands hlgli heavy mane and tall beck with long cranoy tapering neck well set In dead ed shoulders a combined horse aDd citron him a model under halter wonderful tVle In haroew horso sure he II a saddle horse with five distinct gaits tail acting racker good In two walks and nlci loper very positive U his trot under saddli and In harneitc great all around action ai Is required for an upto date sire of hlgt price sale lionet for or harness lie It a sure enough harness horse graceful ityllsh and fast Lincoln Squirrel wee aired by Marlon Squirrel by old Black Pqulr rel 158 be by Illack Eagle 74 he by King William 87 Marion rqulrtcli 1st dam Green Mountain 2d dam by Edwin Forest Llncon Pqulrrel lit dam Kate McCallilor by Messenger Breeze a full brother to Maude Messenger record 310 2d dam Maria Depoo br Maubrlno Stat light n full brother to Lady Thorn 211 3rd dam Molllo Crow by ilelmf Yorkshire thoroughbred Black Ills nand lire Is the tire of more noted saddle horse han any other horso In the world such us Highland Denmark Chester Dare and Pled iqulrrol Lincoln fqulrrol will be allowed to serve few good mare the season of lObfl at leazer Bros livery barn ut 213 to living colt Phone S J K Stanford nEA losureI HUMMER JR fayatalllon1534 hands n good Individual wllb abundant heed Ho by Uummer ilI2 sire of Houoor 200 Stately 21114 ipalpeen StUH Quickly S14S Moun ulneer 215H Hpeedon 210Ji U In 230 lummox 6112 Is a son of the renowned Electioneer and save one U the only ton of Rluctloncer living that li out of u George Vllkes mare and wlh the exception of Vrlon Is the only ton standing In Kentucky hat has a 200 performer to hls credit lurnmer Jr1 dam Isulma br tho great ordKussell dutn GoilUa by Auditor 773 HAPSBURG 509 Oreat conch a nlllon 161 hands high by tup Gloater and out of a mare by Wonderful Hoy Any one wlihlug a very high bred ouch horse to breed on standard mares tor getting style speed and action should lee this hon- eJESSE ALVERSON hetland Pony Pine Individual good render style and action All of these horses will stand at 110 to In ure a lIving colt Will also stand my two Jacks at 110 to ure mares and 910 by the season from April te July l for yenoeta- Slates grazed at 12110Jler month which In all cafes must they are emoved Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur hares traded or with makes season money duo J K DAU01IMAN Hustonvllle Ky For Sale Privately My house and 10 acres ot land situated lost outsIde of town limits on the Somerset pike House tin 1 Looms kitchen and see Pants room ODd cellar stable and all accessary outbuilding Water hydrant In the and one for stock J P BAILEY HAVE Y OU It colts castrated by T F Gross Crab Orchard ICy the well known cas trator of horses and horso doctor Phone In Kcsldence Dignity Dare No HWJ 016A HII H Mnliogrmy Uty blnek point white onlY on left lOjvnr IS s4 hnl1d high weigh lstS pound strong not loonl heavy mnno niul tall good hack with crinity ntcc 1t In hhlh uiountcil shoulder nsnilillo horse head our on lilmn model under halter nlwn wear liluu In niodtl rings Wonder style In heroesshow borer 811n hllI one year old wore nil honor In his eillu wherever shown also thu blue tie In ewu- esiakuharnecerings at uiinn age Whoii 1 Syenrolil ho wits shown II lintel and wore blue strings hnl never lain ilutontcil In been- vlctorinshiihloustnkerlug tilt as ii hnlller whunhowuwltlllhreeorulore of Ills Itt for slip style ami grnernl ml for all purposes lie is R iiulillo hou with nvo atstlnct galls fast line actllIJ rocker good In two walks anil nnlco aril r very uetlvc In his trot tinder saddle harness great all nround action as It n qulrrd for an uptiMtnte sine of high uric sale horses for noddle or hitrim lieusure enough harnvts borne urndful tyllh ami fast can slow II s u gait with but little Immllliig IUd Ihls last one year ago lifter serving mar- in the spring He Possessed of womlerf nerve lid speed eiiouith to get n trotter for track 110 or gentlemen roiidntera harp hnmltoine tlyllih hnvy and strong lnOIlRh to get carriage horses wllh n kindly die sltlon for nil purKi es of a fussy horse lie ti the hors to lire porker stylish grnc ful sulntancv and iloclllty It has 111 given up by horsemen that he Is one of the most uniform breeders In Kentucky types ils dill after himself lias never Ilrtl n orivl colt The most protltable hone for the farmer ami siniill breeder to product II coltthme of uf from the oldest to tin youngest Jl of hll colts have Uen olTered for and sold for average of p and th nvernge ISO of IhNn Is Syenand0 month rKiilniiKK Hlreil by Chefiter Iktro 10 N H IL IU he by Illack tqulrrel W lie hy IIIACk Eagle 71 he by King William 07 h Denmark ol he by nln- tliennmrkelhtbvrace horsy Denmark 1 H he Ig Imp flrditeforil IHnnlty IIrt dam IUIiimmt Vtrlehmodl Nol A TII Itinby Vllllllll Vetch aii he hy UyMllckn llambleioiilan 10 Dignity1 Ll nod dam Is by AlxlallHh Ml lnlllr3 dlllll by lllls Vermont nit dam ThnroUKhhrv UVlclimonf lint den Pauline by Almo Kenrut onT- IIUII411IIlnll Inn will mike the sea son ofU at my stable In Jluttonvllle K at ftt to Iniure II living colt when foAl Mires tradeil or removed forfeit Imnirnn and money becomes due aunt mint 11 at time of such trantnetlon Mar a trllx1 nt fits per month and hills to tit ifdeanfore removal of mnren Drain felt at renwnable rules Mnre enlru lei to will receive my personal attention but I will riot In responsible for nrcltlent or cape Ihone In residence at llutomltlKy 1H IAUPKNTKU Col Bird 4056 hay horse fouled tart land by Ut t 1e ll I4invllle Ky Hired byCeclllan Chief ITISO shah sin of Sviiroll with t au or- blUr by Vclllan 1104alit of In lIt lit stun lllrdltt KtlInrfull slater to Hot in Isls iwslre of t lus sire of nllli Xotlle ilkeasam lly lamliettii Vllki t ltlSj sire of II with records of Hi or bolle 2nd dent Blue 11111 dRill of Lord HumrplI- r lute Oowan la sire of lnmll10rllltllno WllkeIKtand III of heck 1 IIH hot liialeSUWiimlUov ylitlce227sineofA- mg Hhnw SJH fly ntll Wllke 40 No171 lire of lie andsire of the drams of 3rd dam Kllle Ihivls the dnm of one prt luclugmoss uuul IJrnlll flutist Ltml MUllln11l IHltOolIIr IC a 1IIIr1 tllIlI1lI1II lie lit sty Alexander IKIIIIIR- ti No sIr of olllmllh Maid III IInd they 4th deli by CrlHkUIUIHoundt- rSon4IIIII11 Chief J llrd by Owl an J III lt dam Ijiily eclliuttISifllllly JW4 and of Countess Kv tla U IiowingTtdelisr4 Non ul n Sun Kid Mother 2nd dam cionyto ulam of lardy Norvfctl r Kosit Horln 3 full sister Inilettc mi the donsof hotly Yates i Jl luiv much r1 aunt SlIOrllll tthedubb orNtItIlur freebie tll 11r4 eta rnml dam or cllltsnutifet2lf Illll Uarro S liimlnttn Wllkwi ilfII ie greatest IIving sire 3rd dam Nectar dour of Oallettn itt Sill and Ilru le SI and xmnd dam of IoIlIlrSor ell of Orlllim Rlld hillyIletnrn S 11It1 Lady Yale til Jeetor IIeclrlc 21k ugh Bleetrir 2 W null tosssGorirLYi7 h Nutwo d t llr of mid the Kreniii of irrxxl duire6 RlicI till ilrd greatest living or dend sire of Mimcl IIrd Horses Uh dnlisOnlnlealhnd but foaM nil fe uileKiind all bnili crand dam of fillwrt IIISSI lilriof Tomes Itrltion tfll1i1 Ir cllIlnboy VlltllI 2 iltl and Iiruslf and Nrctiirlm cllIlII of two mid fon In dmitof two lexseiiKer hurl No sire 31 and lib auicbters plate produced ulcer H Gth dust Ilyarliith distil of Mi eca flU- IlIIII one other and grand damn of Cherrj Oroft Muscovite i l O i = Itueal- sYAnndolhyrat flyVoluuttwrMsin of dnugfiters buy pralilad mhdamdlariidaiiiof Dexter 2 IT3I Ainu SSU and oiiiMitliiT and Aldn dent of Aclndi InremVi Dictator sire of Jay lee Hn r tMi and un other and nl oIrfidy Iexler clnlll of Dexter Irtnce by American Htar H wire of four and dams l7thdain McKlntry onus clam o4 Hhnrl tx714 and gnarl tau sa of Dexter Alma ami here Orllliin Chief 7i Is a very yoiiim horse it he Inn of his get with trottlnit record rilllor letter cucli mile wlnn vnri- nt twoyunrs old He was the champion Ilr of world Kalr winners In lifli full brother to Jcnnnt teV l t lPti Miss Cell 312 plredyonutxInK sire Ut dam Jeannle e lfan2IPli liannelle Veil Tlllll 2 liiV Veil IJ 221 Ihltllln 2 nIlIUIellllee2St4iliy Sill wood SJS girt lird Knatest sire Ilvlng or deed mid tin reatont sire of brood iinirt that Luis ever IHecomldam Del lull dam of hul- lbrlllltt Vili sre of two Cliincntlni S89j Jennie Olfl dnm of 8 Delta dam ol iiimn Olliltt 3 II M Norvllle 2Jii KmiiHT U IlJl JtiuneretdtSVK CClllllilion S22 2brieIVlikhnrstd KS snd orgy Ouno Ulhr Holdsmltliii271IouzIniixlClroftine lIlIlIIlIlId huh iruhut tll dam of loldrn Hess 2111 by Administrator 2 N sore of several tilQiimsof iiianv- Urd duns Mary Klmpre dnm of Icyilnnd I Mi mid diiniH of 7 fly Mamhrlnu elro of two Ith 11111111 Htar Davis Ath dnm by Tom Jrowlltr I Vclllnn Is the sire of In allllll- IIrll tlmo and hula one datiKhter tin dam of Illod likely tin youiiKent lull rt In the gnu oodlinrulist lambcttn Vllkes Is tie vntest din of extreme sMH d the world has er known HtaiuU second an tint ttreatcst niofstaiiiliird homes mid the ureutest hlr of standard hones living He 111- 0till chnmplon sire of premium horses nt the IIrlIt Worlds Ialr In Icel iol lllrd in Khii size Iii isle and action III breidliiK he U of tilt very lwnt and t known lo the trottliiK worLI Ills tuned lax In every direction truce to till nreatcst IIn 1wt known to till trotting turf As n IIlrl he should x very Rrent lol lllrd will stand at my ktnbli at 110 to stirs ii living colt Men retained on 1lolla until Kcason money Is paid tyoney Iluo when iniirn Is tried removed or IJIrh- wllh Not respomlblo for accidents or IranH fnrnlNhed nt tljft per months hj HOAHIKNTKU Hiutonvlllu Ky I Columbia Coo JcloiKcs S I GOOD CLOTHES FOR BOYS The Iwy who races and runs reds n suit ns hitrdy an ho Clothes thatll 8tnn l knocking about without hciiiR knocked out COLUMBIA GOOD CLOTHES are such Made with taped andre intoned teams double wit and knew and riveted waist band Theyre just all attractive as good Wo hnvo tliem for the littlest fellow ready to don hin lust pair of trousers up to the young Luau about to be all man W B Perkins Crab JW Kentucky I A very fine Iraft stallion weight mm pounds tnnd lull HI hand high He was eired by lien Ilur Major 275 UK Omnd SireSrott 24U Diim Jennie Hoatrice Clydesdale George Hur is ball Knglish conch and half Clydewhile host dnift liormt in the Ktnte Will niako the neawn at my place at 8IO to insure a living colt M S HAtOlIMANHtnnfonl ATIC j At 81260 to Insure a lhlul colt Out of a alnter lo Mrt Clay 230 Un oolt Trotter Poutod IWW feel bj Llsiw WIMMispoon Yersatlloll Standard Arlon l000 Hoconl 207 sire of NUo I 2081 Jx ma 2 1 Iii 1onolla iinj Elision 217 Nantta 217CapuH ff 210f II others and dam Of Sa HoMuo32Hi wlnnur of 1WM 1 HenrieUaMariaSister Ky Puturl Clay 2lIO EkodhJlHfr 121 Sire uf Arlon JS07J Sunol 2 8flalo Allo- DSIAiotkere and darns of 111 Muiwue Dam of Arlon 207f Oro Pino 218 lJtu- 1ShBWtnlll 00 duets of 4 standard i wrfuruers Moivodes Dam of Fire Clny 2410 grand dam of Horrt otta 1001 Orchard lluinlltonlBB 10 1 Green Mountain Maid dam of In 230- Nutwood Ueold JlSf Rtablrtn Clay 15 Itocord 229 Horolno by Humbkionlan 10 Cuylor 100 1 Kmma Artetwrneby Mambrlno Iatchen 63 5rislnlldnS2lihuhJI111mOWNKKS STATKMKVT Atlo conies from ono of tho stoutest families In the trotting register one that gave the trotting turf that sensational race mare uarrlotta 201lf the Truasylvaniawlnner of 1801 This colt is a good ono and must bo seen to bo appreciated Our great young stallion ALMONT WILKES will be allowed to serve a limited number of approved mares at 6160 This beauty Is by Gam b tta Wllkes dam Annie H the dam of three with records bettor thnn 220 Will also stand the splendid judt DEN BRIGHT at 8 to Insure a living colt lie Is 4 yenrs old I5J hands largo Bono and groat style MirAHTY CO Stanford Ky Call mid get ono of these If not satisfactory rcturujit nndjgotjyour ail otl ey hack Good for roast turkey ham etc Works onjtop of stove M well in oven o1 GEORGE H FARRIS to Stanford Kentucky a