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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r VI THE0 INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY JUNE 1 1906 NO 22 11 I Morgan Smith Baughnun Jr enjoying ride behind Ms fine pony JSM Alvcnon San Francisco the Fearful Earth quake And Fire The following Interesting letter was given ui by Dr J P Peyton with per mission to print which we do most cheerfully BERKELEY CAL May 10 1000 MY Dun FOLKS The task of writ ing to our various kinsfolk in almost every State is such an endless ono that I have decided much to Honeys amusement to write a circular letter 1about our unparalleled calamity Wo have all been so busy In taking care the refugees general relief otI nnd rehabilitating our disorganized fairs that this Is my first spate time At 513 A on April IB the population of the Coast section of Northern California Will aroused by a most se- vert earthquake designated by our eminent fcientista as a No9 they also tnay that a No 10 is a rating given the most terrific ones and theso are all lie stroying Like cyclones it seemed e to go in waves and was apparently most severe in the northern of Sonoma county 00 mites tothe north of San Francisco taking In the beautiful towns of Santa Rosa Sebastopol etc leav ing almost unharmed San Rafael Iet nluma Belvedere Sausalito Ross Valley and all of the northern suburbs and giving n severe shaking to San Fran cisco with its side currents effecting Oakland some portions of Berkeley the hills and ranges to our east and omn of the smaller inferior towns more or less severely The entire pen insular extending south from San Fran cisco to San Joie was treated alike nnd even as tar south as Gilroy Selinas and San Lull Oblspo ICO milos more or loss destruction took plate The quake was felt over a territory 800 miles long by to 200 miles wide although the de structive effect was practically confined to a section 2lK milos long by noU ex ceeding 25 mile in width In our own llttlo town of Berkeley our State Uni comparativelyaunharmed although wo a many buildings wrecked Including our High School building and probably 75 per cent of our chimneys were ruined or Injured In Oakland the loss was greater while in Santn Rosa and San Jose the entire business sections wero laid fiat Tho State Insane Asylum tit AgntwH a few miles out from San Joso was total ly destroyed and a few miles further north our beloved Stanford University was given a cruel and vital blow and her magnificent Memorial Chapel nnd famous Quad are a mass of ruins San Francisco was sorely smitten by the shako but would have soon out grown it had it not been for the fire fiend who grasped tho disabled monarch nnd raged and ate and gorged until the vitals were all but gono then stopped and sulked How helpless man was with thejwntcr mains destroyed and bro ken was demonstrated and how thor roughly impossible It is for man to de- scribet the awful minutes hours days and nights Is indescribable Four hundred and fifty blocks from the very vitals of a modern city with nil that that implies licked up and de strayed as rapidly us the flames could spread a seething cauldron of hell on earth was there almost 200 mlos of buildings some of which would dd cred it to the worlds busiest marts some of which housed treasures curios and trophies of which poets have written and which represented tho life wtirk of artists historians and mastersall on an equal level was food for tho fierce and heartless lames and the unique city by tho Golden Gate was left a charred shattered helpless wreck from a material standpoint but her people frightened stunned and almost help Jess reassured and encouraged by tho beautiful spontaneous and universal response of their fellows from every land haves regatherod their courage havo seen reborn tho star of hopo and rebuild better andaro as one united to i more beautiful than before Manyof our treasured peculiarities are doubt less gone never to be the same Chi natown tho notorious and unique is but a memory many of the old land marks have been swept away the Ca ble Railroad which only 25 years ago had Its Inception and birth on Sacra mento Street will probably hover bo rehabilitated except for possibly short grades and rare connections Fortunately our water front Including docks terries and ships were practically uninjured and the terminals of all our rail reIcourse a large portion of the citys population has been scattered and some will probably never return but we have left a strong ambitious nnd determin ed force that will challenge the admira tion of the growing generation and we willagain grow to take our place in the front ranks of progress and com mercialismThe of life will probably never be accurately determined and white the actual statistics will not record exceeding in the entire stricken terri tory there will wo fear bo many un answered calls and pleadings for dear ones of whom no trace can be found since the fateful morning Our immediate family was unharmed and with hut one or two exceptions our friends were spared but there are ma ny who will have to look back on tho scene with a memory that all that can be done will not obliterate For all of the sweet words of love njid sympathy that you have sent us our hearts are overflowing with rp sponsive feelings but as well to the thousands and millions of good souls who have responded in loving thoughts and in kind words as well as with the widows mite our gratitude is unbounded and uncurbed Yours lovingly P W UOCIIKSTUII Gov Beckhamndthe Sunday Saloon It took courage for Governor Beck ham to demand the closing of tho sa loons In Louisville on Sunday for tho reason that the saloon keeper has practically controlled politics in for some time and the Governor Is a candidate Many a man In Governor Bcckhama position would have said to the gentlemen who called on him about Sunday closing that it was the duty of the Mayor and other authorities in the city to enforce the law and that he did not think it was incumbent upon him to meddle with affairs in Louisville of this kind Tho Governor did not evade this way Ho knew it was his duty to see that all laws in the Commonwealth were enforced nnd he knew that there is no plainer law than prohibiting tho sale or liquor on Sunday Ho had tho cour age of his convictions lIe preferred being right to being Senator and In our opinion ho has never done anything which will help to make him Senator like closing tho Sunday saloon In Louis vlllct It will draw men to him who like moral courage and it will draw good people to him who stand for the enforcement of all law Tho fight has just begun however but wo believe that the Governor will see it through lIe will find that ho will have to fight the gamblers as well as the saloon keepers Ho will also have to fight every man whois afraid of these elements in business and in politics thrice armed is ho who has his quarrel just Tho News propos es to stand behind Governor Beck ham in this matter and tho News is somewhat of ascrapper when there is an issue involved that effects tho wel fare of the people Elizabethtown News Senator nkln on tho Panama canal resolution said there had been an abuse of power by tho Pros Ident In the zone No member of Con gress he said would dare introduce a a law to carry out what tho President had done NEWS NOTES By mutual concessions the strike in tho Illinois coal mines was settled and 55000 men will return to york Another portion of the main craterof Vesuvius collapsed and peasants fled in terror but no further danger is feared Capt Benjamin D Terry a Confed crate veteran and one of Trigg countys most prominent citizens died at Cadiz Richard Robertson 20 years old and Miss lIattie Royce aged 19 were struck and instantly killed by a train at Paw paw W Vd- Officials of the Southern Railway deny the report of a merger of their road with tho Monon and the Queen and Crescent Building operations in San Francisco havo received a decided setback pwing to the failure of underwriters to nd vane insurance funds Judge Owen Thompson resigned as trustee of tho Illinois Womans College because of the acceptance of 25000- from Andrew Carnegie- It is probable that the electric road from Lexington to Georgetown will be extended from Georgetown to Owenton the county seat of Owen county Seventeen persons were Injured ono fatally In Cincinnati when the storage tank of an automobile exploded follow big a collision with two street cars Iogan Powell a farmer living near Owcnsboro may die from the bite of a copperhead snake which attacked him while he was pulling tobaccQ plants The north part of the main cone of Mount Vesuvius continues its explo ions and an eruption of ashes which has extended to Capel and Sorrento- A dispatch from Cripple Creek Col says that Frank Palmer said to bo the original Deadwood Dick of dime nQvel fame died in the county hospital thereJohn F Stevens chief engineer of the Isthmian Canal Commission says ho has no fear of a serious revolution in Panama He says the country must decide at once what style canal shall be dugSecretary of the Treasury Leslie M Shaw delivered an address before the students of Kentucky Wesleyan College at Winchester his subject being The Growth and Development of the United States John Butcher was killed in a rock quarry near Bloomington Ind A blast drove two sections ofa large rock apart Butcher put his head in the crevice and the rocks closed together crushing his skull like an egg shell Simon Castlcii supposed to have been killed In a railroad wreck nea Owensboro two years ago reached Owensboro in good health Wednesday Ills wife has married again and a suit is pending to collect a policy of 2000 carried on his life John E Madden has sued Louis V Bell Albert Simmons and Laura Sim mons for 50000 for alleged conspiracy to injure him in his domestic relations He charges that stories circulated by the defendants caused Mrs Madden to suo for separation David Rankin a St Louis million sire will give 2000000 to found an In dustrial school at St Louis for th children of people in moderate circum stances The object will bo to fit the youtlof the city to work intelligently with their hands without first serving an apprenticeship at meagre wages Tho Very Best Remedy for Bowel Trouble Mr M F Horroughs an old and wellknown resident of HlulTtnn Ind says I regard Chamberlains Colic Cholera nail Diarrhoea Itomedy as the very best remedy for bowel trou ble make this stu turnout after having used tho remedy in my family for several years I am never without it This remedy Is almost sure to be needed before the summer is over Why not buy It now ami ho prepared for such an umorgonuy For sale by W N Craig tho popular druggist Stan ford England Is a land saturated with flunkeylsm a land where a man bor in ordinary circumstances expects and is expected to die in ordinary circum stances where the scope of the individuals effort is too largely traced befor hand by tho accident of social position where a man iii handicapped in all cases and crushed in superincum cent weight of casto privileges good form and tho s of an old society Outlook How to Break Up a Cold It may bo n surprise to many to learn that n severe cold run bo com pletely brokeu up In ono or two days time The first symptoms of a cold ore a dry loud cough a profuse watery discharge from tho noso and a thin white coating on the tonguo When Chamberlains cough remedy Is taken overy hour on the first appear auto of theso symptoms It counteracts the olloctof tho cold and restores tho system to a healthy condition within a day or two For sale by W N Craig the popular druggist Stanford HUSTONVILLE Rev S B Landers subject Sunday morning I Shall be Satisfied Eve ning Gods Night Visits Jeff Austin of Mt Salem was se verely injured by having a nail run through his finger which he had driven into the hoof of an unruly horse he was shoeing Miss Folsom McGuire ono Iof the graduates of our graded school has gone to visit her brother at Elkchester Miss Dora Debaun of Perryville is the guest of her sister Mrs G W Mills Mr Ed Stagg a West Ender for 40 years but now a resident of Marion is being given a cordial welcome by his host of friends here Horace Bohon is at home for a few days rest from the toils of a success ful commercial traveler George W Gadberry of Phil a veteran of the Civ iiW rnnd father of John W the mer chant prince of Casey passed into the great beyond last Tuesday and was buried at Middleburg Wednesday under the auspices of the G A Iof which ho was a member The board of education of our graded school has bought Christian College and grounds from Mrs B J Pinkerton through her agent T J Robinson for 4750 They will will float bonds bear Ing C per cent interest for 4000 and will be given possession Sept 1 Our school is a grand success under the ef ficient principalship of Prof R S Eu bank whom the community admires and desires to retain The baccalaureate sermon by Rev S B Lander the subject of which was Vision Hours delivered to the grad uating class is receiving much favorable comment So filled was it with beautiful ideas scientifically expressed of lifes journey from the cradle to the grave that it made a most profound Impression upon his hearers and stamped the young author as able to march onward and upward until the pedastal of fame is reached Mrs Elizabeth Nancp well and favorable known for years in the West End passed into the great beyond from which none ever return on the 24th in the Gist year of her ago and was buried in Buffalo cemetery Friday She was a consistent member of the Turners vine Christian church at Turnersville Her sons and friends desire to return thanks to their friends and neighbors forthelr many acts of kindness and con tinuous aid to alleviate their suffering mother Alcirns Opera House held an audi ence of 400 on Friday night to hear the gradruating class of our graded school The doctor is a most pleasing speaker and he held tho large audience spellbound for nn hour upon the Meaning of nn Education The word picture was sub lime but not overdrawn The presen tation of diplomas by the president of the board of education Chas Wheeler was neatly done in a beautiful little talk Tho musical renditions by Miss Angie Carpenter Were appreciated by the lovers and students of the techni cal touch with which Miss Anglo is en dowed eAt the meeting of our fair association Saturday tho following officers were elected for the ensuing year W Gill Cowan president J B Honaker first vice president Judge Wm Myers sec ond vice president F F Simdtdge third vice president S M Owens see rotary J Roy Rose assistant secreta ry J H Hocker treasurer The de termination of tho officials to make the coming exhibit the grandest success on a more elaborate scale eclipsing all former efforts not only hero but in tho county will give an impetus far reach ing and undoubtedly assures a patron age well deserved and will be number ed by the thousand There is a prevalent atmosphere here of advancement nnd general progress in everything wo face Eachlbusiness house work shop student professor and farmer seem determined tfc excel the others in their respective lines Each building erected and each horse Ournmerchants are getting trade from ter bribery 15 to 20 miles from hero and from within limits of cities that have ofeours But it Is not the large popula tion it is the uptodate merchant with stocks suited to the trade No high rent or city taxes so therefore we can undersellcompetitors und the people arenot slow to catch on Death From Lockjaw never follows an Injury dressed with Tlueklons Arnica Salve Its an tiseptic and healing properties prevent blood Chas Oswald merchant of Itensseluorsvillo N Ya writes It cured Seth lurch of this place of tho ugllust sure on hU neck I ever saw Cures Cuts Wounds Burns and Sores 25e at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Mrs Frank Hunt isdead in Boyle fl4 00Another Round Up the Cash Basis Ladder r 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 a STANFORD KENTUCKY TROUSERSWe have the snappy est line of Gents Trousers in town Prices 100 to 500 A4 1 iiV kJA HOE SAM ROBINSONDry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats nnd Caps Ladies and Gents Furnishings Etc the store that saves you money Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY ONE COMFORTSA- rca detracted from if the interior dec orations do not properly harmonize I IproperThe benefit of our experience and our many facilities arc at your disposal Paints Oils Varnishes Etc High est Crude School Supplies and Suu dries IGIBBONS SOCK GEAYMbetlnnil poiivTyfiirt oldNlnrhes toll nwnrd h y ItUKh Hlil Kontir will nmko tho iuon nt III tu Insure n llvlnc colt lid h y an Imported pony Hint cost 1001 In the Hlictliind iNlHiiili mill Is rwtfimloU by liorsonnii tin Uat In KriUiickyiltff ntllii nil iointrs in tin Hliowrlne in me 11n tulmdonnll cotta 1111111Ion Is piild Mures imrt l with or lire HMVIIT forfMtH Iusurunr end moiiiV IHCOIIICK dui tt woke tin iwuou lit till born linek of tin St Anupli Ilotl AH C KKIl Htmiforil Ky Save Money IBy buying your Refrigerators Wa ter Coolers FreezersScreen Doors Window Screens and Screen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting Hardware Groceries c from George DP Hopper Stanftxa Ky I A The Interior JournalI E C WALTON JUDGE JOHN WHUGHES of Mercer county la a candidate to repre sent the Eighth Oongresslonal dlitrlcl of Kentucky In Congress to lion 0 O Gilbert subject to the fiction of the Democratic party HON R W MILLER- of Madison county Is nrnn lllale to retire Kent the KlRhtb Dintrlct of Kentucky In Congress to nurcml Hon H O Gilbert nubjcct to Ih nctlnn of the lIOn ocrntlo party Ii M F NORTH In candidate for Itepresnntutlvtof llncoli county Kubjfct toth notion of Demo critic pnrtTilE G A Ra in some of the Statesa are considering a proposition to set aside the last Sunday In May as Memorial day instead of tho 30th It is claimed by many that tho change is de manded in view of the manner in which the vital purpose of Memorial day has been obscured When the holiday falls upon a week day it is almost exclusive ly given to sports and pleasures and scarcely a thought is given of the hero es of the civil war living or dead To establish a Sunday for the annual observance would tend to do away with the present manner of celebration The day would it is claimed be givenc over more particularly to the old soldiers and to those who are sincerely moved to take the time to honor the men who fought to preserve their coun rtry Many of the games and outdoor which are now indulged in would necessarily have to be abandoned The proposition should meet with gen eral favor f HON RlV MILLER of Madison county has formally announced as a candidate for the democratic nomina- tiont for Congress in the Eighth district He served four years in the Genera Assembly and has been prominent ii politics in his home county for years lIe is a brilliant young man and a mag netic speaker MASSACHUSETTS has n new law tha tramps must be put to work after a thor ough bath The result is that the num- berI visiting that State has decreased 7 j per cent in a year Kentucky might try the plan with profit There is noth ing that goes so against the grain o r the avaerge tramp as water and work CONGRESSMAN BURLESON of Texas made a hit when he said The way to revise the tariff is to revise t The people are getting CongressI very rapidly and unless they will begin by electing a majorit I of the Lower House of Congress this fall ComIIpanysidized In what other State could this be said of its newspapers Poor most Kentucky newspaper men arty neither Rockefeller nor his agents could approach them with a bribe r I FOR a woman to advocate suffrage for her sex and devote her life to its accomplishment seems to be conducive to long life Julia Ward Howe survives at 87 while Mrs Stanton Mrs Liver more andMiss Anthony died at ages much above fourseore A MAINE newspaper says that State is growing more young men to be drunk ards than ever before in her history and yet the lid is always on there Where do they get their liquor Maine is an original prohibition State- POLIITCAL The Sundry Civil Bill containing ap propriations of about 95000000 was reported to Congress Official announcement was made by Chief Justice Fuller of the approaching retirement of Justice Brown from the Supreme Court A special session of the Delaware Legislature to consider tax matters and to ballot for United States Senator has been called by Gov Lea Members of the House Committee on Appropriations have been surprised to learn that the appropriation of 1500 000 for the new building for the De partment of Agriculture has been ex hausted and only two wings of the structure have been completed Democrats of Spencer county Ind nominated a fnll ticket each candidate being pledged not to use any money ex cept for legitmate purposes during the j campaign Not only were they pledg ed not to buy votes but they also must not lend money to influence voters Gov Beckham appointed Theodore Lewis of Hyden Leslie county Judge of the Thirtysecond judicial district created by act of the General Assembly session The coun at the last regular ties of the district are Leslie Letcher Owsley and Perry and the appointment a is until the November 1907 election Gov Beckham appointed James D Cain of Laurel county assistant Mine Inspector for the Eastern Kentucky law The district the new 1200 The governor apppllited- the following special judges JR Samp neville judge of theof Pison Bell CIrcuit Court Jeff C Johnson of Greenville spetlal jud e of Logan CIr- cuit ofCourt N Saunders place special judge of Laurel Circuit Court I The Senate after an extended discus passed the Postoffice Appropriation BillCongressman South Trimble has announced that he will not be a candidates to succeed himself but on the contrary will seek the Democratic nomination for Lieutenant GovernorcThe Democratic Committee for the Fourth Congressional and Third late districts nominated Ben Johnsont of Nelson county tor Congress andJ Judge J P Hobson for appellate judge Gov Beckham announced tho Boardsr of Regents which will control the two State Normal Schools Eastern District Senator J W Cammack of Owen Phil W Grinstead of Lexington Jere A Sullivan of Richmond and Fred A Vaughan of Johnson Western Dis trictJ Whitt Potter of Bowling Green E H Mark of Louisville Representative Henry C Miller of Eliza bethtown and Representative II K Cole of Owensboro State Superintendent Fuqua is by virtue of his office chairman cxoflicio of the two boards Immediately following the announcement of the appointments by the Gov ernor Supt Fuqua called the regents to assemble at Frankfort Saturday for the of for the work before themI4n Explanation From Prof Bell HARRODSBURG May 29Last Mondays Courier Journal in giving an account of the Blue Grass Graded School Tournament credited Frank Shannon Mt Sterling with winning the 100 ardI dash The matter needs an explana tion I announced from the stage at Thursday evenings performance that tho athletics would be held at the fairgrounds Saturday at 9 A si There were a number of Springfield people present who could not remain and upon their request I consented to have the 50 and 100 yard dash after the ball game Friday afternoon The announcement was not sufficiently circulated and some of the runners were not present among the number Beverly Rout of Stanford Then too there were some little irregularities and all taken together made it as I thought advisable to call the race off and run again Saturday morn Ing This was naturally unsatisfactory to the winners so in order to keep down harmony as a politician re marked to Judge Saufley I decided to give the winner a medal and let the others run again Saturday for the reg ularly announced prize The race was run on Main Street in tha presence of an immense crowd and Beverly Rout won in a walk Mr Rout ia sprint cr and certainly entitled to the honor Ho was not notified of the race Friday or he would have been there While I do not want to rob Mr Shaunon of any of the fruits of victory I must injustice to all parties state that I con sider the race Saturday the bona fide one Yet one can hardly blame Shan non for holding on to a medal already wonBefore closing I desire to say a word regarding Prof Ireland and his pupils This was their first year in the tourna ment and they should have counted themselves lucky to win three or four prizes But they won 13eight first and five seconds They had only 12 pu pils entered and when that is taken in to consideration they not only had the smallest delegation but their record is the most remarkable one made by any school since the tournament was organ ised 11 years ago Prof Ireland has every reason to be proud of them he is not to be censured if he gets a little chesty and all Stanford should feel proud of him his pupils and the school They not only have brains but they area well behaved lot Sincerely CIIAS W BELLI President Tournament IN NEIGHBORINGUNTIES James Denny who killed Robert Gil ten in Madison was sentenced to serve yearsMrs Susan M Harris a faithful member of the Christian church is lead at Danville t Charles Green a section hand was truck and killed by a freight train near LawrenceburgISilas Anderson and Geoge Hood both qlored alleged blind tiger operators who were caught with intoxicants and each fined 100 and 50 days in jail at Lancaster Roy Whittaker living near Somerset was killed by unknown parties as he was returning from church Sunday night Two young men of the neighbor f hood are suspected but no arrests have been made Judgment of the Boyle Circuit Court in a damage case of the Western Union I Telegraph Company against John W loltby was reversed by the court ofap peals and sent back for new trial under Instructions Holtby a lineman in the employ of the company was injured by a fall from a pole The question of negligence is to be tried out upon the return of the casp to the lower conrtI MATRIMONIAL Miss Maude Tharp and II T Great ouse both of Junction City weremar ried in Louisville Edward A Buchanan and Miss Velma lever both of the West End were Tarried at the home of Rev L M Omer by that gentleman Tuesday after noon CHURCH MATTERS Rev 0 M Huey of Somerset J holding a protracted meeting at Ver There will be Childrens day exercise at Pine Grove church Sunday afternoon commencing at 130 oclock Rev J B Jones of Florence Ala will preach at tho Crab Ordhnrd Bap church on the morning and evening Sunday next The United Presbyterian church sy at Richmond id rejected Rev John A Burnett as head of the Young Peoples Society because ho uses to exciting religious debate is in progress at West Liberty between Rev W H Brook a Christian minister from Columbus Indnnd Dr Ditzler Methodist of Louisville The subject is Action of Baptism and Infant Baptism The town is filled with visitor from Kentucky and Indiana towns An Alarming Situation frequently results from neglect of clogged bowels and torpid llcr untl constipation becomes chronic Thisl condition is unknown to those use Dr Kings Now Life IMlls the bes gentlest regulators of Stomacl Dowels Guaranteed by Penny Drug Store Stanford Lyric Hros Crab Orchard Price 2e- NOTICE Wf will on- IVHlXhi4n1YJ11NRRriilti for mile our SUIT nt Hurmtdt Kv Till Is n huller Kluurlni Mlllvnuirltv W Ifatrrfli on the Nonlykf A Mormon Hyttmi nmolitn iry nearly nxw Thin Mill nl n ronilttv ol n Holler Corn Mill and Krvtl Iriuhrr ntpaclt HUfthoU Moal Ir day and will crush si Ittnliils fetal tiny III In tint dun win tlltlou mill tltutitvd on rntlrond track Rum side him n ponlutlon of IJsu InlmimmiU inn there In no otlitT mill wllliln lomllcnourron Mon for kflllnuthu rty Ii uwlne to our health full Iii IuymadIr011aofthlkin- of nil Invetllntlel It Mr McKerhnle will take pteu ure In ohow lug It tolllly0llwhllia InterentHl bend will- cull rat in nhdl will t rnnmVuyfKit Ms KASY h io Ide- KyWHITES W WH ARkDS PURITY GUARANTEED Splits Splits SPLITS What Is Splits Fine Out Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand SplitsIMade from Epson Water Carbonntel1jl Stops the Dope Habit Try our Diamond Brand Pot sale 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 regular term held nt the court houae In Itanford Ky Oil Monday May list The louorulue nl InwIdliiK Judge In the petition of M KImorotit III lor i lociil option tIt tiIIl This day cainu M D KIraorn lint one hun Ired nod live Iltnl other ixtltlonum whose iiuniH uppearon the Ktltlon Illetlnta form IIr term ol tlilicourt tluiti olvos clt XDIU nod resident ol Htanfonl Lincoln ounty Ky OrI yrnri uge and Ivunl otem of Mild town ajiil Iountyby attorney olld moved the court to order I lilt an Iclion held In thuidd town of Htanfonl on JUlie v not for tin purpose of taking the rake of the legal voter of sold town upon ho proposition whether or not uplrltuous thou nod liquor hall IK sold tale seed and loaned therein And It appearing roni proof heard that tho lgnature to till ifoieotild lire genuine and that the lumber of nld signature li Ctinl to more linn S3 Jler cent of the vote cost at the hint kctlon held and for the raid town of tnnford the tidal petition Iwlng tdKiied iwrnuns and the hlghevt number of vote ant at tilt election hold In nod for the woof Htanfonl Ulim Utt nml It further ppenrlUK from proof heard that tin IKT name lint nlKiutl to Mtl Ion are and were at the time citizens uiul ttlllclltN of the town of Htanfonl over vim of age sand iiuallllnl to vote at eloc ono in sold town and for county olllcem It torderiHl that on June haul an election hI held In tho town of Htanford afontalil rthe purpoko of takliiK the aunt of the hol voter thereof upon the proposition nut her or not spirituous vlnou bend malt 1IlllllrH cliull Iw dold rleretl slid loaninl herein anti T J J full Mr thai Kherlff Ineohlcouhtyhaordered to oiwiin poll at lIch triad overy voting place In cadi and very voting precinct In Htanford on Juno Jn l for tin ur rose of holdltiK and cull dllcllllll auld election and ho will make dun dvcTtHenumt of mid election by luilillcn loivof this ordur In the INTKKIOK JOUIINAL IIlIeIIIIr pllhlbhlln Htanford In feelevery l Sill thereof for nut tlhultsvo- kaprlurtoJuneV and by prtntwl and blllllll In not less than live con pIcuoiiH plaii8 In Mild town for not lomluin IWO prior to kiild date Ho will hove headvertUementand notice alxivo men loned eiitotvd In the INTKHIOU JoiitNAi 111111111 within kevvn diiyn alter tie re elpt by him of thta artier Jt rlurtheronlcnd tint a HIe11i1 regla mtlliii lie held on MIIIUnlll June the ate nd la for the city of Htanford lunch votlnK placo mul precinct thero iDlorder that tlio o iHThOim who lane or lily bo entitled to vote at the election ruby ordered whoso name hnvo nothero ofore taco rucordod on tsar registration hook for tho pnKMit year of Stanford may regUtcreil Tho shorllT will IlthrU thU pcclal registration tho tlmo unit dicta wllllre It will hold In Ilko mniiner ni till lection hervby called required to bo ad ertlnil IiCoovxrtClerk A s PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Oflico over JIcRobcrts Drug Storo in the Owsley Building Morris Perkins General InSjtrance and Real Estate Agents Crab Orchard Ky Wo are rcuirfU to write Iiikuninco Life Accident Fire or Tornado And tollclt the tnulncM of the rltteens of Ibo Jo11 Hnd Nonu hut the hat compnn lea Nitcwnt1d Oflico with Crab Orchard Banking Co Hnvo n talk with ui before placing your In prance of renewing old Iltt your property with us and wt iwll It for you charging you only n small per cent DORSfY GOLDDUST 12052 Full Brother to Esttllt219 J4 ISired by Zilcadi Golddutt 4400 by Gold dust 150 and he by Vermont an Da rsey Coldduits grand dam on sires side was by the Imp Arabian Stallion Zilcadi His dam is Florence by Gol den olinJo Chief a son of Gaffs Morgan making him intensely inbred Morgan stal lion descending from Jn trn Morgan on both sides The best family of road bones over known Dorsey Golddust is a Idark dappled bay lull 16 hands and weighs iaoo pounds a proven and uni form breeder of high elas road and Has tern horses combining all the qualities for saddle and harness and are in demand at Doth the chropion saddle and combined gelding of the American Horse Shows of 19045 Jack ODiamonds stands to his credit Ten of his colts sold recently for 8rt ajo nnd 1500 was re fused for a walk trot mare by him Isis services are olTered for less than any horse of his producing qualities in Ken tucky Will stand at my farm sf miles from Stanford on the Hustonvllle pike at 820 to insure a living colt F REID Phone in Danvllle Ky GALTON 12910 Sired by lambed Wilkes S19Jj with 101 with record from I M to S 3t claimed to be the grenteat site In the world tat dam Dlay Field ltranllam of I wIth records from J tai tI S InJ by EnBeld 390 lire of Sin S 30 and dams of 60 ID 3 JC or litter Sod dam Quickstep by Lemonade- Prince Jr sire of J Q S 1741 S7M and Ibe dame of IS In the 1 M lIt hd dam by OM Jot lire of the Jam of J Q 3J7J Oilton Carries the blood of four leadtaR famlllet lUmblttonliio Wilkes iUrobrl brlno Chief ana Seoley Amrrlemn Star Oattou Is a dark bay 15 SH bands breed large One style action and td Only t of hi colt have bern handled for speed a short time one took a mark of 2 M lee oth er five worked trials from S IS to S 10 JIll coin have gone agalntt and defeated the but In the baroe claiir and roadster IreIknown having made all of his seaioos at my place 12 In all Gallon will stand at stable 3 miles west of luttonvllle on Uradfordsvllle pike at 110 to Insure a living colt Money due tl marls trailed after being bred Orals after May lit at tllt per month Phone In residence W M ROOD nnitonvlllr Ky KENTUCKY SQUIRREL foinlilnitl ntnlllon year old n lnuutlfiii one while fad lit hitmU hlgh- ltytanctlunatertrntitm1MiIlig which cull tip him to IKIUIIKKB Hlrwl by Wood Wpdrnd Itt until hv The KlnuH aun of Kllrvr Kill luriinTlinebe b Htoniwiill Jiirkion dub hrs great MIOW liorata11111111 by the fnin OulilKllii IxXliiKlon Wool Hiilrrvl wits Klnil by lllnrk squirrel hf by Illiick Kiislc he King Vlllluin 07 nm by lilt Edge al dam thf dent of Ktialv Illnl lit by star KuKl the lutl loll of Onbiicll Ia x liiKton dam Maud V No 4y iHilan a undo eryi dam hill iirt mliini Middle mint ly VnnMftiT Waxy by JtHrtluinc luaU brother to the niep hunt ll1lCtlllli1lh nut uf tlhrCarntvd stlver Time and out of it mure by Cnlilxllx Lalng ton The King win n tine home and well hrl tlllrnl will rte mare at tin to lliaurpII DANIIYJIM 111111colt Syear old shy haild IllKll s IltlNrKIiriniMi blnck luck hands nnd our Inch high commit thrw ytiin old ndaHpringweighs 1HI IMHIIHI wiimilrttl by Hlnck Cloud In Tom llIe All of tin nlKvi Hock will make the nwiMin nl MM at ray farm one mile from Mtnn faint on tin ernh A nod In offer ni tin Korvlct or till delete of tuck to th ruldtr I do not hf ltau to stay that laIfrv- heyhre11eguxatitsanylu Kxntuckv Both of these aerw IIIl1r III tin to In mirvn llvlnir ioll- Tradlne inart forfeits the Insurance Mo rvKpomillilllty fur Hccitlenti w II DtTUDKItAU Itowlnnd Ky RED REX lombined stallion Iorolel Ixautlful oll- rrl thew white feet 10 hand lid one Inch Ill style nctlon alit nnd bnitllng cntltle to rank with the be IBiiliiHKKHlrtHl by Hex Ieavlne Iw by tex McDonald Ills alhha by Kentucky Ohlef foil have to sec flats hor otoiii rccliitelilm to Incure Thl horce will only Iw allow to cover 3 niipmv mares KUYAI IIKNMAIIK lIIIIIIolllf1 Mnlllon icautlful eal brown lIrltI 10 hands- elghtlanprundaL Hel line well ma OlllllllllllltlrhrJ- tJlIII1IFIltfJ1I1 Itemiiark lre l liy lark DOe IIP by Jr lie by Old tonewall Istilnm by Escort II dam by IVavlne This Is a typo of the Middle lorie that b filit UcomliiK extinct In Ken ucky Hee him and you will breed to him to to IlIslIrl IIJKKOF UIPHMONP Ito la n brown omblnol utalllon 0 years old tin n4 Chll Is II horbt wltn iif b01 action and a pns asl hnhrIJHlIOIltFHlrll by h 1lmhr Jim by Meneral fluke p- aAYroKTBlt urey Jack breed his blue trlng culls ratIrrovdnturltna Ultll OIt J n black lack HH liniuls his Jack has Hindi kwvunil Mitkon In tIiis 101l1l1y IIIIti IIlIIule Hick is coIIIIIIIIIIIII 4 Insur- eiut05MIDIIblock Jilek liiinds This n KOMI iKine and style park and In an xtni ttowl mule Jiifk KlvliiK his colls plenty of style uiul fliilMi to to Injure All of the iiliovu stock the ace funs one milt from Mo MhidltburIke g lent stock to believeIII IIIIIIfhllt I they are us goal Muhuy due Ihnlt caws with nil thn alnm tock when colt Is foaled or maropartwl nature at n reasonable price All are token to pruvtiitncfhlents but not ro iiMinnlble should any occur Anv ono wishing for II further pedigree of hu stock clan ecuru aunlt with rhea ire by pplylni to U 5 II WHAT A CHANG sra I yrtotISUIT HANiLMAKES IN A The best dressed people are those ti who wear the CRITERION- We sell only this make In every thing from J 0 to 20 Our 2 piece suits are especially a stylish and fine p H J MCR QBER TS STANFORD KENTUCKY PENNYS DRUG STORE StockIr GREIENIt Let us Supply You NON 1 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky t raII TESTIMONIALIII U ncr not be without ono of tho kind for several times its cost family enjoy this improvement as much or more tine our a I dispensable phone Tina system is in every particular an inItodato plant So simple mid useful freshwater win be in short order nil through house from cistern at nil hours Mr Aldridge tho plumber for a catalogue and read up on wonderful time and labor saving way of living You can I up enough air III n few minutes to supply water for an thisIsize family all day Think of it Iwtli cold or hot water MRS A G1 SMITH Stanfml Ky I ails saaltt s YOUR WANTS INIe Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles Stationery a Wall Paper Cigars and Tobacco Will be supplied for low cash pri ces by W B McRoberts DRUGGIST iaSTANFORD lPEIUlONAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded r a44WI I Shirt Waists and Wash SuitsS IrurlS- ave r time and worry by coming to us fur your needs in this line Waists GOc to JiOO Wash Suits 8100 to SllfiO You eau depend upon the styli being right They are made by best makers in New York Closing Prices on Suits We have a few Suits left which we will sell at J off the regular price Tliceo ore all New York ManTailored Suits j SEVERANCE STANFORD KENTUCKY BTAMKOIIU Ky JUNE 1 1000 DKUCIOUB Ice Croam Soda nt Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS Mn HAUL COLBMAN is throntqned with fever Mn AND MRS J S UicmpcntTucs day in I ufovllle MIss WA KENNEDY of Somerset it with Miss Sara Uauuhman Miss CAnniE FKITII of Brodheit is with Mlw Myrtlo OBannon MISB SALLIE IIAWKINS of Corbin is visiting relatives In tho West End Mils MlTCHBLL TAYton of Danville was tho guest of Mn J Bryan MilS LYDIA CARRICO of LouUvllle Is with her brother Mr W H Hrody- Mu WttUAM R HAWKINS of Cor bin Is with Ma uncle Mr P hawk hu Eu C E IdWEtL of Lexington is hero with his pester Mm W G With f eraFRANK C EATON of Boll attended Mho burial of Howard Coleman Wednes day MRS MARCUS A Inmra of Madison Is with her daughter Mrs U c Hockcr MRS S P STAG of Fnyctte came over to attend the burial of Howard Coleman Mn W W WITHERS of Lexington nttendwl the burial of Wa uncle Mr Laban Wtthore- Mn S M Owttss iccretary of tho Huttonvltle Fair was hero yesterday olicUinB premiums MK AND Mn8 H P HAM8CT of Lexington worn registered at the St Ai ph Hotel Tuesday A mat arrived at the home of Mr and Mm W T Book of tho Tur- nervll10 section Tuesday HOWARD WITIIBHS camo over from Frankfort to attend tho burial of his uncle Mr Laban withers MRS J T STONB will move back to Stanford from Kserton Mo her fur n ture having already arrived Miss EUNice DOTY of Godley Tox who has been the guest of Miss Polly D Traylor has returned home MR A J BAW and daughter Miss Eunice Earp of Winchester attended tile burial ot Mr Howard n Coleman MaR J G CAIIIBNTBII and Miss Jos- ephlno Carpenter were Rt Crab Orch ard to see Mrs M E Fish who lIVery sick Mn MAHVIN II ADAMS of Colum btfs 0 spent n few days with Miss Mae Rowland hero before going to New a Yflrk City to locate Mn AND MRS T B HAMMOMW left yesterday for Valdosta Texas to re main some time Mr H has a fine farm near that place Miss HANNAH Dory of Richmond v and Mrs Ivon Fish of Crab Orchard were guests of Mrs John Trayknr of the Gilberta Creek section Mil W U DBNIIAM and daughter MisS hells went to Loretto this week Miss Nellie Carto ace his daughter penter Denham who is in school there FILED GARNET will go to Cave City this week to spend a month with his mother L Wearcn Hughes Is holding his job at the depot down during his absence MR FRED G CAnsON and bride of of Huslonvllle were on yesterdays train returning from Crab Orchard Springs They will leave next week for Oregon to locate MRS II C FARRIS of Stanford is vlinR the family of Rev John A i Woods Mrs 0 M Hucy and son Edward ore visiting relatives In Boone county Mrs R Robinson is reported qulto ill Somerset Journal Pnop AND MRS J W IRELAND went to Danvillo Tuesday to spend n few weeks with his wires parents Prof and Mrs W C Grinstcad From Danville they will go to Grant county to visit the professors parents LOCALS ROSA colored aged IS died near Highland of consumption Wodneli dayRuanGerman millet seed for sale at GOc per bushel W IJ Murphy Stan ford tIFor Saturday Fresh fish beans tot matocs cabbage etc Mrs W S 1Jones TWo YFAR OLD rosy plants at lOc Sale will begin Monday Stanford Greenhouses f 1A GOOD secondhand 35horse power for sale John S Murphy Mc Kinney ton SALU potato plants Brazilian 20c per 100 Southern Queen ICc Bermuda lOc W S WlRham Moreland TIIOSK papers that are printing fair dates will oblige the Lincoln Count Fair Association if they will Includ- Stnnford July 12 13 14 PAHSMNGBR tranorb killed cattle a maro and colt and n twoyear old mulo for Ilickloy Williams near Knok Lick Tuesday morning TUB Lincoln County Fair Association has been organized at Stanford an d heros a wager that they will have splendid exhibition Danville News Tin I willrun an excursion train to Cincinnati over the K C next Sunday at SlCO for the roundtrip Train will leave the Stanford depot at A TUB Ladles Aid Society of the Mctho diet church at Moreland will give a strawberry supper at Hunn CofTeys hall In Moroland on Tuesday evening June 6 I AM theMctroixilitan Life Insurance Co of New York Insure from two years to 70 years old Give me a chance if you want any insurance Barnes Wearen 4t PLANS and specifications for th Christian church at Crab Orchard can bo seen at Crab Orchard Springs We want sealed bids sent In by Juno Mall bids to me J B Willis Cra Orchard Ky JOB whom came down from East Bornstadt to attend the burial of Howard Coleman told us that ho bad received no trace of his brother Fred Newland who disappeared from lads den Ala March 19 DECORATION day was obeerved by the banks which were closed all day The pcstolTlco kept Sunday hours but the rest of the business poople worked as usual The colored people marched to tho cemetery and decorated the graves of their dead Joe UiTHBflRove of Danville is replacing some of the concrete pave ment on Depot street which he laid several months ago and which did not stand the teat of time Mr Upthe grove has done a great deal of con crete work here and this was the firs which did not prove satisfactory TUB Crab Orchard Graded School elected Prof Nathaniel Sewell of Lon don superintendent and Miss Georgi- Lewis of this place teacher of tlh primary department Miss Lewis has taught the first grade here for a num ber of years and has given universal satisfaction She is a fine teacher and especially is sho good with tho little folks SPBAKINO Hon trineFox Bobbitt will at Brodhcad Monda night next Platform W J Bryan for president James B McCreary for United States Senator Fontaine Fox Bobbitt for Congress and as a unit of value tho same standard that was tho palladium of our progress for 81 yearn under which we whippet Great Britain Mexico and beat ourselves to pieces in 180165 Ladies especially invited B TUB Lincoln County Fair which will bo hold at Stanford July 12 13 14 promises to bo the boat ever held in the county An exceedingly liberal prem lum list has been printed and it will ap pear In thJs paper later There are 12 rings for mules eight for jacks and jennets throe for Shetland ponies and the rest for horses of the various class es On tho first day there are three premiums of 50 each for best pair of roadsters best mare or gelding any age and best stallion any ago On tho second a number of 40 rings and aloa stake for saddle horses On the third and last day a 50 roadster ring 50 harness class 50 combined class and 150 sweepstake roadster Dr Steele Baileys beautiful grove on Danvillo Avenue has been secured and the build ing of amphitheatre and ring will begin soon The water main will bo tapped and the grounds supplied with water from tho water works a will bo put in and other modernconvenI Ponces and necessities provided Great will be tho Lincoln County Fair Make your arrangements to come Nolikeee Notakeeerhesrs Is the rule in our store Wo believe a well pleased customer is n better ad vertisor than ono persuaded to take an article that does not suit We will of course make every honest effort to sell you by showing and pricing our goods 1 Keeping the Assortment Up Wp buy goods every day in order to have what the trade wants You can count on finding what you want at this store Prices nro attractively low I SONTEN cakes of Lenox Soap for 25c W II Higgins WHEN you want fresh meats groc cries hot lunches or meals go to T M Bates Crab Orchard BRING your orders for potato celery and other plants to J W Brackett Lower Main St Stanton Lanecaster Singleton Apply at this office II TAKE measures for corsets stand ing and sitting and can fit all sizes I make n specialty of fitting large peo ple Miss Ella May Saunders repre seating tho Spirella Corset Co Gcoaat courthouse each evening and enjoy to the fullest extent his interesting and instructive sermons Although he speaks in a sitting position ho retains his vim of yore and holds his hearers with his sweet story of God is Love and Nothing Else TUG pupils of Proto Joseph W Ire land principal of the Stanford Graded School made a wonderful record at the Tournament last week Ho had 14 on tries and got 13 medal If Harrods burg couldnt win them we know of one o whom we would rather have win than Prof Ireland Harrodsburg Herald CORNS CUlt CD Corn Exit will positively remove corns in four days Thee andievery removedbthis great preparation only costs 16 cents and nothing If a perfect cure is Pennydruggist ITile funeral of Howard D Coleman who was killed in the wreck in Louis vine Monday morning was conducted at his late homo on East Main Street Flemingsburgthis place Wednesday afternoon The services were most appropriate and im pressive and nn immense crowd gather ed to pay their respect to the popular young man whose life was taken when he was so full of youth and promise The procession to the grave was one of the longest seen here in years and beautiful flowers in profusion were sent by friends who admired the ex deeplytmembers of the family In their ii repar able loss Mr Colemaris death is in deed a sad one and Is proof of tho quo weIfriendsea including Messrs George Land of Lex- Ington F J Rcinlcke and G T Rider of Louisville J W Newland I Ciandothers mentioned in our personal column CourierJouryof Monday morning shows tho mag nanimity of Mr George B Cooper of this place whose sufferings at the time must have been intense beyond de scription Ono man was carried out of the debris with u broken leg and laid out on the grass plat nearby to await attention from tho physicans as soon as some should come All around him were others whose piteous appeals and groans of agony were heartrending Finally physicians began to reach the scene and one approached the prostrate man one of whose legs was broken Bending over the man the doctor be Ivan to take out his bandages when his patient who had borne his intenso sufferings in stolid silence waved him away Dont bother with me doctor ho said Attend to some of those over there My leg is broken but tho others are worse hurt than I Fix them up first and then you can come back and tie me up This man proved to be clover Thompsy Cooper and it splendidly describes the manner of man ho is Thought of self never enters his mind when others are trouble and it puzzles us to know inJ so kind and good a man should iInandhisas they could wish Ills left foot WBII whlloheare thankful that matters are no worse Il I IRON beds at prices that will make you buy Tribble Pence Is want to rid of that ConcenItrntedCrab StanIfordford Co Hustonville J W Thompson Kingsville Unknown Friends There are many people who have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with splendid results but who aro unknown bo cause they have hesitated about giving a testimonial of their experience for publication Those people how over are none tho less friends of this remedy They have done much toward making It a household word by their personal recommendations to friends nail neighbors It Is a good medlolno to have In the homo and is widely known for Its cures of diarrhoea and alt forms of bowel trouble For sale by W N Craig the popular druggist Stanford Tilden House was given 10 for burning his fathers house In Laurel county Residence For Sale Hnvlng located permanently in Mt liter ling KI offer for wile nt n my de Mnililf resident on Htutonvllle Ht In Htnn fonl Ky For particular write me nt M- tNtcrllugKYorce M Bright ut lbe Lincoln County National mink JOHN P JOSKH SEW LIVERY STABLE B0BEE It CLAESSOK Inn fUNCTION CITV KY riratOUii Turnouts at Reasonable Rates Special Attention to TtaTtllng Men Grain and Ray For Sain Waynesburg Marble and Gran ite Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor IVntcr In and Manufacturer of Granite Marble lid wd letters n jItCIRlttOllieI and works WnynvttmrB A t PUBLIC SALE I On HATlKIAY JUNK rid I will over for nlo my hum of Mi acres Mtnatetl on the IjrxliiRton pike a mile from l in Tlllo toth hlKln t tildifiT The land III nnvxedlent tatw of cultivation with iiool linprnveiiieiitii practically new well water rd mid all tiecesxary out uild ngs Will alto wll a lot lieiiil nf cuttle In rhiilliiit IIOHrIIIIllIIllk CCIUI tnnre and cnltiiUiut Kewvnnncl latnlx Alotof oth er i lull loo numerous to mention U K YKAUKIt iMinvlllo Ky BLACK HAWK miiaiiild Muck with white point will be wIIItnttdstIiforinurein prIeeIII Jim 1orter Jnok IKY TON I years old hniuls welsh pounds and nn extnl mule Jack Three cropnof hi colts huvo nil lieen tmy blacks nml red tuirrelH to Insure n hiving colt Also two Jacks comlntfSyenr olds will servo limited number of gentle tiaras free 1111 KIMMoroliiml Ky PUBLIC SALE of rertotmlly As iumlnUtrntor rJollll C Horton I will on- TUKHIUY JUNK K at hi late nMhh Prenehnrsvllle In Lincoln lollnty bglnitlltg lit Us10 tiCli nt public outcry milk cow nod en von mare work mulet tellrohlIfIill yearling stvcru Keller i of turning lute ctueuteunslstlhg prlltepuill- of liarnem unrest Inv rake corn planter lmlthlIlrMIlowdrl wnRon near Ac on day of sale 110 HOHTON Ailmr J1 Chandler Auctioneer NABOTH By Nnboth buy tour itrsold and a much liner horse than bis ilreso well knowu In this part of the State as n breeder of stylo and durability Dam Nora Nor val bvNoral 2H4 a son of Electioneer 123 Nora Norval s first dam by Metropoli tan son of Httnbletonlan 10 lIre of Ueu- White and Electioneer Sd dam by Mnm brlno Starlight 3rd dam by Oliver 4tudam by Wagner 9th dam by Trnnbri 6th dam by Thorntons Hauler A splendid In anyhorse1200 pounds Will make the sea son nt It 0 Iettui near 1reachnrsvllle at- fl2 50 to insure a Hrlng colt Money duo when uiarn Is traded or parted with or bred to soother horse The black Jack K BAUGHMAN by Tarklngtoni Napoleon will make the aeon at the same place at SID to Insure a colt lie U 16 8X high and hat proven a good breeder Mares grazed at 280 per month which In all cnios must be paid before they are reo moved Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur- J MB O lETTU3 Ireachersvllle Ky VVVVVVVV White Goods Ji- n cssWo have just replenished our stock of Lingerie Materials and are prepar ed to show a big lino at 20 to 50c per yard Colored Wash Goods We Con show the newest designs in Lawns Cambrics Linens Mulls c f i White Oxfords I for Ladies MisaH and Children I Monuments r SuitsIPat Half Price i The skeptic says How can a store sell goods at a loss and live It cant be donei Yet it is being done at our store The loss in a wellmanaged store is i but a small fraction of the regular business Most of the goods must be sold at a profit of course The Suits we offer at Half Pricea- re remainders the small windup of last seasons business i Our loss is our customers gain Dollars do double duty in purchasing these Suits 5 buys a 10 Suit i CUMMINS MCLARY STANFORD KY fvsL9Nti6s urvN ti 617oMs7 +++++ I4 +4 uI f+ + + + I 4lI41 ++I+ + + + + ++ t HOSIERY w The Celebrated Bursfbn HosieryI The only Hose that is knit to fit with out a seamqLadies Plain and Lace Hose at lOc toIOO per pair in both Black and 1White Childrens Plain Hose at lat 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 L M HUEY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes t 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House KENTUCKYII r r The Interior Journal JBtT in the PottOffice at Stanford a- Nsvedcklsa rnrJtttr ynauauKD TUESDAYS AND FRIDAY AT 5100 PER YEAR CASH rWien not so paid WOO will be charged NAPOLEON Btart Jack lW hands hlRh Was tired by hv nincHrttwrtons whowaRInnotl4tlgnlh1Int- etoilWlllerwtJo Iiinrwexot 110 to Insure e Ilrttarolt the ntnre forfeits the arrlettnce NortaIondbtlltyfor nccldenla- E P tI Ky INSURANCE w1ndi Corm Life andTtot LIghtning the HTItOr GENT and i lowest ros RateOunrnnteMl6P1Aei llble rnylngjueo rajrueqnolled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone Ko 81 35 Farm Mules For Sale- M broke and natty bred Teu can see them by calling on jit I G Fox Livery Feed ft Sale Stable Danville Ky BDCARTERSuccessor to Bruce h Garter iiiery Feed ind Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Ipedal attention to Commercial Men Your patronage is solicited Hones on commUii- onItftck Pone In Connection Two Farms For Sale I wish to sell privately my farts of aere 5 miles Went of Idinciister on the Lexs 4aingtonpike It Is well Improved and ha and timber fenced rlrAI80 of lib acre rylng mldwny l etwe en nnd IxI- onJ o pikes Ooodoutlet ench war Jell nced Terms reiisonnble Xaiksbury Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy r adymad clothing when there so little difference In the of high trade readymade taken n experienced jonr measurement by nn tailor I have n handsome line Spring hammer goods I con make from u low price frailness suit to tho llnest dress suit nnd fancy vests The ltliIrouaers is one pf the best H CBUPLEY the Tailor Datl Traylort DKALtB IN Whlsl li Brandy Wines B6e Clears Etc KYOloaesticntlon Nothing lk Ills tss Is IoIsr1II cr ttUgrspt orders rtcslvi promtatteanoa INSURANCE Place your business in the old ear and strongest company in the world See nml talk with n M Newlnnd who willaliolV you the policy best adapted to your ago and circumstances Claims pail promptly Dividends paid annually or defer ictl It M N1 LAND Agent Mutual Life Insurance Co of N Y Organized 1843 e tCeT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in IlarneaaSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phono 167 HomeJhone 35 JLBeazleyGo Undertaicers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur aiture MattiugsRuga They s irillexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY FARMERS DEPARTMENT Luther Underwood bought of LeviI Myers a sow and eight pigs for 30 Fred VonAllmantook to Louisville Wednesday a carload of milk cows he bought at 35 Fon SALE Several yearling Polled Angus bulls and a lot of millet seed J i W Baurjhman Stanford I have 400 bushels of millet seed I JINevinMy black bull Tom licensed at 160 cash at the pen with return privilege Jos Ballou FOR SALE February nigs fine Duroc Jerseys subject to extraI R H Bronaugh Crab Orchard R H Crow sold to Dick Gentry of Boyle a pair of 1G hand mare mules for lJthree mule colts near North Middle town at 100 110 and 11260 and R N Ratliff bought one for 125 A yearling steer came to my place six or seven weeks ago Owner can get him by paying for this notice and his keep 1V T Beck near Turners ville Willie Hall aged 14 plead guilty to grand larceny at London and was sent to the reform school for three to nineI superIIntendent rick sold their farm of 700 acres near Stanton Powell county for about 90000 The farm is one of the richest in minerals in the State PAINT LICK Strawberriesare scarce at GOc per gallonA daughter of Matt Morris died Friday an Lwas buried at Freedom James Fryarson and Lewis Guynn were hurt whilo playing base ball at Silver Creek Mrs Jennie Searcy visited Richmond Miss Alma Lear is able to beout after a severe spell of appendicitis There will be preaching at the Hall here next Sunday morning and evening by Rev McClellan of Lexington Rev Huson of Lexington preached to a large audience at Mt Tabor Sun day morning and was entertained by Mr and MrsG W Kemper Mesdames JM Black of McWhor ter P A Farris of Oakly and N M McWhorter of Benge are at the bedside of their brother C C McWhorter J N Feltner traveling salesman for Robinson Norton Co of Louisville was the guest of C E McWhorter Little A B Estridge is quito sick with measlesVaughn Norman of Richmond is vis iting his parents here Salem Wallace of Lexington Is with his parents for a few days F L Thompson of Mt Vernon one of the best grocery drum- mersontheroad was here Tuesday C C McWhorter who was operated on by Drs Carpenter of Stanford Kin naird of Lancaster and Robinson of Berea is gradually growing worse and not expected to live HUBBLE Mrs C C Sink and daughter Miss Verna of Lexington hallo been visit ing Mrs Alex Carman Elder F M Tinder will fill his appointment at the Christian church Sun day afternoon He was away last Sun dayA P Sloan is making a good reputa tion as a painter having painted the residences of T C Rankin and James RobinsonMrs White had a sale of her property Saturday and will leave for Ohio soon where she will make her fu ture home D N Prewitthas been receiving the lambs in this community which he bought at Cc Mrs J C Eubanks has sold 218 pounds of butter since January Miss Levisa Harris is visiting rela tives in Stanford Miss Lay closed her school hero Friday George Hendrickson who has just graduated from Lancaster High School has accepted a position in Lexington L G is improving his dwelling at the store by nn addition to it Following eFug When our soldiers went to Cuba iid the Philippines health was the most Important consideration Wil Its T Morgan ivtlred Commissary Sergeant U S A of Rural Route 1 concord N IL says Iwas two roars In Cuba and two years In the hilippines and being subject to colds I took Dr Kings Now DIs overy for Consumption which koptI no in perfect health And now In Now Hampshire we find It tho best nudiclne jn the world for coughs olds bronchial troubles and all lung diseases Guaranteed nt Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyna Broil Crab Orchard Price Sic and 81 LYial bottle free Senator minformed tho Rate BI1I conferees that he would not agree to the elimination of the Jim Crow mendmcnt from the measure If your stomach troubles you do not conclude that thoro Is no cure for great man have been 1 ennanently ured by Chamberlains Stomach and Aver Tablets Get a free sample at W N Craig drug store and gly hem a trial They also cure constl atlon and biliousness Deadly Serpent Bites are as common in India as are stomach and liver disorders with us For the latter however there Is a sure remedy Electric Bitters tho great re storative medicine of which S A Drawn of BcnnctUvlltc S C says They restored my wifo to perfect health after years of suffering with dyspepsia and a chronically torpid liver Klectrlo Bitters cure chills and feve malaria biliousness lame back kidney troubles and bladder disorders Sold on Guarantee by Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Price GOo IThe Rev B F Lawhern was sus pended as pastor of tho Methodist church at Hawcsvillc after a trial on the charge of being too affectionate with the wife of a member of his congregation He will be tried by the church conference PARKERS HAIR DALSAM Cltuurt and tutiflM th tilt I rromoui lmurlnl growth I Hn Fall to More erg Hair to It YOUlhlttCQlor I CurMad ASHLAND BROOK ISO U1111 e Vol AT II It bred h i lIllne Muck er Georgetown Ky Ashland Brook wu fouled lull solll Imy with left hind foot I5 hnnds blgh- lYIHIIIUrHln by Kllent Brook Nc MaroonIlnthgnte2111111e tIT11111ottand Hnnnlng Brook 2at silent llrool sired DnrknlKht No Zj tho slro of Hearch light JVWA hrlghtllgbt zsw4 and Vnlpii Unrknlghtslrvd by Alc one No ell record ZZ7 xVstlland Urook lit lain lIunn Wren by Ashlnnd WllkesXiUI record 21ithe sire of John ItIentrY2mf Knlly Ti her Jrti Ashland Wilkes by lk- eWilkeft9 he hy OOrg Wilkes tcoml d81111 Hide Ully by lrellodlr1I 1 Srd dm m SlonroelttS NOTE Anhlmut llrook Is a handsome fel low with lots of substance has n hold of going with lots of speed style and action should sire wimu horses Ashland llrook will enrntewout side mures thus seanon at f to Insure n llv lug colt Will also stand the grout mule and Jenne lack hulls Keene nt for marcs and S3 to Insure n living colt IIIl1y blthePrince the sire of Joe Blackburn anti Ilrls nolla Hilly Ketne stands full 10 humli black with white points and us biwder uiuuriMixMMl ns mule or leant Jnck blscolt always bringing the highest prices Mare traded parted with or el wlure for felt the Insurance nnd money In comes duo nt the time of such transaction KING EAGL- Et 235- 1VelttAHIIJt King Eaglet 14 hand high dark dtr with flowing mane and tall goes nil the gaits with plenty of speed sty and action IKIIICIKKK Hired by Royal King 25M h by On Time 715 he by stonewall Jackson Jtoynl Kings ht dam Molllr Mounts 8541 wns h the noted slro CnbliellK Uxlin tonKH ling Kugles lit dRill JIll she by Eagle hint he by UIII King Fn Red Lion 3rd dam b- llfarrtslDunnmrkhe by Millers Ikiininr U Ith dam by Jim Hell thoroughbred NOTK King Eagle Is u combliitd iitnlllon n breeder of line colored anti high tvkc cotta nil having plenty of size action his colts will show for themselves Kin Eagle will state the present season of nt our stable two nml onehalt tulle We of Htnnfonl on the Hhelby Olty pike nt thi low price of 115 to Insure n living colt W also nil the great mule jack Jim Keenu sired by the xrviit Hilly Keene Kim dam by the Imp John Well econddambj Ikiecher Jim Kwne Is lH hanils high black with white Pointlgreat mule jack the sire of the colt that J K llruce sold lost Full for IliV Jim Keene will nerve mnresnl ho to liuuri n living colt For further tniftlciihirsrall on or ruinsHT HAItltlHt HUHT WOODH Phone 72 King 3 Htunfonl Ky DARE ALL 2086 The combined stallion will make a limit ed season 1906 at Lawn More Stock Para ji miles west of Huitonville Kv onslit Dradfordsville R Hustonville pike near Carpenters Station at 15 to Insure a Liv log Coil Mares traded cr parted with for insurance and money becomes due at time of such transaction Lien retained on colt till season is paid Mares grazed al 250 a month Grain fed if desired at reasonable rates hills must be paid be fore removal of mares Mares entrusted will receive my personal attention but will not be responsible for accidents or escapesDascarrrrosPoaled in 1902 t51 hands high dark bay with one front and rear foot while rtar A model of great beauty with short back long neck deep well sloping shoulders and with great style as one expect from reading his pedi gree hood bone inn feet and legs wonderful stamina Attractive by halter un der saddle and in harness with that grace ful movement that belongs to him by inheritance from a long line of the most famous ancestry of saddle horses the world has ever produced IEuiGliKE Sired Dare No 1985 Vol 5 AS H R he by Chester Dare 10 be by Black Squirre1 58 he by Black Eagle 74 he by King William 67 he by Washington Denmark 64 he by Gaines Denmark 61 he by Denmark lrS ist dam Fannie Me 2739 by Red Squirt re153 2nd dam Mollie Good by King Wil iam 67 3d dam by DevenportS Oliver Th Dignitys 1St dam by Welchmont 6367 A T H H be by William Welch he by Kysdiks Hambletonian 2nd dam Abdallah Messenger 3rd dam by Gills VermontREMAiIKSIn ottering the services of Dare All to the public I take occasion to state without presumption that I have been a breeder and handler of fancy sad dle horses for 25 years and experience bas taught me to know and appreciate a high class one Dare All is the result cateful painstaking breeding and comes jis natural result of mating iht very best mares with the foremost stallions the Statehas a Hord ed Carrying about a5 per cent of King William blood a greater per cent than any stallion in service in the State King William being regarded as pro emi sent for fancy saddle and harness horses Dare All sired by the now coming famous DignityDare he in turn by Chester Dare a list of sires every oUt a great show horse out of mares that were equally as famous as show mares and his lam Fannie Mc the greatest show mare- I ever owned having refused 81000 for her I think entitles him tp the careful consideration of all prospective breeders He is now just being started to the saddle taking to the gaits as quick and handy as any I ever handled I think he will be a Grand show horse when finished See him before booking your mares C C CARPENTER Phone in residence Hustonville Exchange For Sale Privately Hy home and 10 acres ot Und situated lust outside df town lUnltt on the Somerset pike House hat 7 rooms kltcKea and ser rants room good cellar table and all necessary outbuildings Water hydrant In the yard and one for stock J P BAILEY HAVE YOUR colts castrated by T F Gross Crab Orchard Ky tho well known cas trator of horses and horse doctor Phone In Residence Dignity Dare Nol I 0111 A H11 It nhOIOIlV buy blnok Mlnt white Olily on left hlin foot lOjciirs old 8H hum high weighs 131 strong sat lope hcnvy mnnp a lid hlllOOIIIICk wltb long cninvy tapering neck well set In high mounted I iiiiulillv liorno herd niu cnron him u nude uiulr Imltvr nlwiiy wears hluvstrlng in mold rings wontlerfu stylo Jnhnrnp it sbuw hone sun Whet one year old wore till honors In his ulos wherever iihuwii o Ion Hte liltin Ihln wimp stake hnrtx U rliifi tiit ngo II a vear old be was shown II Mites slid woo blue strings hes never liwn defeated It fancy hnnu tinge Jinn iilwnyn lain th- erlclurlnstallion rlnR na a hllIrwhru uliowtt with threfl or for slo style mid gtmvnil cunronnetton- and for nil imriKm UK saddle horn with live distinct last lint nctliii ruckcr Rood In two wnlkunmi iinloo IOIKT wry KMtlv In hU trot under Middle und III IiiirneM Kront nllnrouiul iictlon ns is re iilrod for nn uptnilMe ale of high rrleed Mile horses for mldlo or harness lie is sun tlnolth hnriuM horse cruceful stylist nllli IatI can show n 14 cult with but llttlu hnmlliiiiEKllil lhh last fall oneyear a8oafter nlnll tIInfl In the spring lie iwssmisml of wnndrrfu nerve and enough to get n trotter foe truck ue or Kuntlemcns roiuUtor liirg bnniUoino styllih heavy fInd strung enough to grtcarriage horses with n kindly dlIOO tuition fornilpurlosreofafamily horse lit U the hone to ire parker grace full snlwtnnre and docility It terse UHU Riven up by horsemen that he Is one of th mod uniform brrrtlers In Kentucky lit tylwIiti cults after never slne n sorrel colt The hilluellhhn horse fo tho runner anti smnll brifder to produce II e of colttuhan of from thin oldest to the youngest SI of hla colts have tnftt offered for und sold for average of tat nll1 theavvragiKngdot then Is 3 years ii ml months IKninKKK Hired by Chester Dan 10 N It he by lllnck Ulrrvl W hIt hy Illnclc EugIeTIJa by King Wllllnm 57 hi by Wiishlnetou lH nmnrkol bi by Gum IHnmiirkttlhobv horse Denmark V he h llidgeford Dignitys flat dam No A IIIItlIIonthlWlchlllodtT II all hit bl KyMllcks Hnmbletonlnn Ilgnitrtcon- ddantiahytbttnllah 11nllr dun bvotlls Vtrmont lilt dart Thoroughbred wclchmonts lint dam 1iivillno by Almon FnrnatKLTraraDlgnlty l nre will make the spa son fll 4nt my stable In llustonvlllr Ky lit rto insure n llvlna colt when fiuled Mnrv trniltsl or removed forfeit Imuninci und money livronus due and must be trnk ut tune of such transaction Mares grazed lit UJO IMT month stud bills to twi wild ln fore removiil or iiuiren irnlnfed U desired nt reasonable rates Mal entrusted to nu will receive my lrllOn81 attention but I will not reIIOulhllor nccldents or es cnMs In residence nt lluitonvllle Ky IIH OAllVKNTKIt Col Bird 40566 horse foaled Bred by It 0 I tIihi Uinvllle Ky Hired liyCrelllan Chief ssftti No slrvof nsyrnrolds with ivconls of JSM 01 Utter by will iii la41re of in ltd lot dnm Hlrdle UoW nn SU i sire of 5undinnunmlusire of and Zoo e Wllket tel lIy Ulllnbll1l0 Wllkea1- DH sire of with records of I in or better Sim dnm Ktlle Imvlsdam lord Hiiinrnll t HHOowunS Wi sire of flnmmorlus sire of I SSI and Ktlle Relit IIt SI filar- yiuntr21P4andboyBrlctt2in of Al ma w sire of 173 mid sum of the dams of 17- 73rd dRill Kllb IHivIs ithedum of one pro ducltiKM ninnd grand dnm Loot hit fluratI HiiiOowin Hell tllll W and die Wllke WtjHIlIoAlexiimlir AUIullnh 2 lt NoU sire Goldsmith Mnld XII und others 4th dam by Crocketts Ilellfoundr- rNoTBtVilllanUhlefSK sired II Veil Inn Iht dam lady Nurmttn t lit4Ilalll of llllly PUsnrn 1 tuft Cwllliin t hlef EresueFowingTlde3ttlild Mothers- Smldnmilonyto ulam of lady Norvette 2 and lUwn ilorlu rand full laltlr to- lllIlloUlltll1 the dltlllof iJidy Yatesixnimiid Uruill JX1 und Nectorlnndlieitnm of Sector Electric ISt and Ilya Klertrlo 5 I and Hilly1txnrrothe arena t living slrg lrol IIl1m Nectar IInlil of Onliettn dal 2161 and DrtKlf 2 and tfrnnd dam of Uidy Nor vrHiiSiaVitli In or IVrlllnn Chief tt19 and llullm XlWii Uiily Yates Nectar Electric XXfOIgn Kintrio It ltoviiorl XffUhv Nutwood XKVf she of and the Kreiileit tire of brixxl limns not the Knf greatest living or dead sire of stand urd horses 4th duet Unlutea fled hut t fotila nil fe limit and nil hand grunt but of IllxTty Itell221t1n of Tommy llrltton SrtJHi Im else liiin of l9 mid Krnnd ilniii of liillliltii Slftli fUnni of tally Yates 2l4liiiul Drtwle t nnd NVctnrlne hull of two Uonyta darn tK two Hy 111III1r litirov No IK ilrc 31 and lilt ilnuihtirii luivrfpnxlucfil over I5th ilniii Jlyncliith dniii of Mecca IKK mill one othir nml Brunei limn of Cherry Urott Mnwnrltp 21Of Kucllil 2 I i Huinlii- t I nnd others Hy Volnntwr site of 31 iiullil diiuahtvri have praluctd 76 nth dam Cliiru Jinn of Dexter 1 1ii Antis 2 XSU and oar other nnd Allen ilniii of Ailndo ilimSlJW Iilitiitor sire of Jay Jive scc- iiMrand 54 other nnd nl cxtur lam of Dexter Irliue liy Atnerloiin Mini If air Orfollr nnd dHint tfI U 7tlidamMcKlntry ninr dam of Hluirk i71 a ltd Kniiiddainsof Dexter Alum lid itherit 1I Chief S7i Is n very young hors- cthuehusOuthisgetwhit tm Unit record oftlor letter rnrh mlllh when they wn slit two yours old Its wilts till uhamplon 11111IMiss 011 LIIlt SI illlllIilii22iiinmlCeill tae H trod ly laiillxttii the Krenlest llv sure lot door Jeminle Otclllnn S Jennnitti Uecll t iiechllus3 ltt4 Miss Cecll illllllll 21- iodOeeHLre2a J Ily Slitwood 21 Oral grenteat sire hiving or lend untlthe everitpiwnrellruti0YInut JeniileCXXXdiimofil Ivlta du Ill of miim HiittXH ll NorvllliXSnxKmmir t tli I1I1I1rlll1l idamofCredette SciT nninliuriit Sl73 ilnirUit Wllkhurst2SiiVjCreilettn 22 sad leoritr limo 212211Auhdiu irnon 22U tvsrInidand yinnlr of one him and Oiiinhriinettn dnm of Uoldrli Heal lu lby Admliildrntor lll sire of SfVirul nut lubls of tnmlr Sri dell Starr Klmore ilam of Cleveland I iHiiindgnilid dams of 7 Hy Mninbrlnn- 4th Ilro 0f two dam by Mtar Davis fitli dual by Tom rowder C clllan U tint sin of In Bland IIfll tlmu nml bus one daughter the dun of 2 nost likely the youngest man In thin grout rood mare list liniilHttii Wllkus Is the rentest Hire of extreme sited the world ban ver known t4tnndsecopduthe greatest Iroofstundnrd horsed and Is the greatest llire of standard horses living He was also tlw champion sire of premium horses nt the rent Worlds Knlr In isitl Col llIrdfOJMn lint slzu finish nnd notion In breeding be U of the very bout nnd great st known to the trotting world Ills blood Ines lit every direction trace to the greatest nUll lient known to the trotting turf As u IIlre ho should bo very great Uol lard will thud ut my stable nt 110 to tiikuruii living colt Ilen retained on nil oils until season money Is paid Money due when Is traded removed or plaited with Not responsible for accidents or es cl1J1e f at ttM per month nHOAItlKNTKUHmtonvlllyKy a At 812CO to Insure a living colt Out of a ttUtor to Fire Cla 230 colt Trotter Foaled JlKtt by LUtcr Arlon 16000 Record 207f Rlrv of Nlco 2081 Luma 2 lii llanelln San Teltno lthl Klitlon 217 Nanlta 2I7CaiitHMT 21111U othcru of Sn- dioMao312111 of 1103 1winner Sister of Fire- Clay 230 TWOPIKE SUITS 1 The right things for Summer Comfort We scan show you splen did assortment of the new Grays and Blue Serges both ofwhich are good J this season Let us clothe you for the Summer days Fine B Perkins ATIC Bred Witherspoon Ycnalllca Standard Iaria Hlretlonecrl25 Sire of Arlon 2071 Sunol 2OSJ Palo Alto- 2OS167othereJ Ianttcto and dams of 111 lam of jinuil 2071 Oro Ioino 218 ct4- jHhawmutMJ 1 Itccord220slra of 0 and dam of 4 standard performersMercedes Dam of Fire qranddam etta 209 use ISftS and 1S8J had ing and well and IIKentucky 1 1Ou Nutwood 000 BlCon1211Hili 1 by 10 1 Artoburn 100 by Mambrlno stlruuta21271j dupJanusthotrotUnlldrrictta20 l the Transylvania of This colt U a good ono and must bo seen to bo appreciated great you It ALMONT WILKES be allowed to OmbellayiMalsostandthosplondldjttuVDEN BRIGHT SS to Insure a large bono and great MiCAUTV At CO Stanford Ky the Cincoln County Bank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000SURPLUS 1500000 DEPOSITS January I 1906 24600000 OFFOERS S H PRESIDENT W O WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER J B VICEPRESIDENT J C GENERAL BOOKKEEPER M CASHIER J w ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS J n Owmrr Bunfurd H IHUIKS Stanford O W CUiirrii Tun nrti Y II UtMMiNH Irwttburivllla I O Oitocil Wajnciburg W THATIJH Gllcxrts Oreek It L IIURflUI08ter W O WALKCII Stanford J n Koarcu Stanford W II SHANKS J It PAXTUX Stanford Wo nud1II1hIII1 uofourJ First National Bank exceptionally national Stantord 1IICapital Stock SSOOOOi This Institution was originally established as the Deposit Hank of Stanford In then reorganised as tho National hank of Sanford In again reorjjanUtd as National Ilaik of Stanford In having practically an uninter rupted existence for IS years It Is better- supplied now with facilities for transact business than eve before In ltd long honorable career Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Cr In 230 1 Harry Cloy 45 RooordCt2 Heroine HambJetontan Cuyler Emma Iatohon 68 winner 1891 Our stallion will at style SHANKS PAXTON BAILEY W BRIGHT Htanford promptly Offoers J a HOpKKK Presl T lUttHts V Pre J J MoHOHEUTB Ohr W II WKARKNAMtChri sr- I Held Danville T Harris Stanford 18 Hooker Stanford K L Tanner UcKlnney U D Elmore Stanford S H Ilauchman Stanford T R HUh Stanford Jss Robinson Hubble J II llaughtnan Stanford J M Pettus Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford Call and get one of these If not satisfactory retting it audjgetjyoiir jnon ey back Goo J for roast turkey ham etc Works oh top of stove RJ well In oven GEORGE H FARRIS po J v Stanford Kentucky r e