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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r THE INTERIOR JOURNALn NVOL XXXIV STANFORD KY TUESDAY JUNE 5 1908 NO 23 IHUSTONVILLE Mm V M Lester and Miss Annie Bolclen of Liberty ntttcnded the Car son Bell wedding last week Dont fall to witness tho bridal tour in the clouds during tho Hustonvlll fairEd Hopper Wm Uinwiddlo J 0 MayorfRiver last week C R HcCormack our hustling im T plemcnt dealer has sold two car load of machines so far and will finish thi third cro the season closes Mrs John Sanders was seriously in jured last week by stepping on a nail that penetrated her foot and neccasl tatcd tho assistance of a man to oxtract it Work on tho new bank building is going forward with a rush and with suitable weather the new structure will be ready for the Fourth of July celebra tionHeS U Landers subject for next Sunday Is Art Thou Greater Than thy Father Jacob 4 Night Salva t lion Is of the lord Prayer meeting Wednesday evening tit 8 oclock Harry McKinley youngest son of H F McKinley an employe of tho C S was found dead on tho track near Walton last Wednesday having fallen from his train which passed during the night Emmett McCormack has bought Jenkins farm one mile from town thoI the Middleburg pike Ho will makeI soma Improvements The beautiful and will bo made an Ideal homeCowan McCormack shipped a car load of lambs that averaged 78 pounds for which they received a fancy price They hnveisn order from Louisville for n car which will bo used there Home Coming Week D C Allen ship lied a car of hogs cattle and lambs to d Cincinnati last week for which he paid top price To the beautiful tonsorial pArlor of George N Glllock has been added some new and elegant fixturos another bar bee chair cup cases wall pInto glass perfume cases etc Also n large and well assorted line of imported and do mestic perfumes Hair growers In eluding tho best quinine and other ton iej dandruff cures bay rums witch hazed face creams toilet powders etc etc Our fair olllclals are negotiating with the great air ship king Knabcnshuc with n view contracting with him to start from Uio fair grounds daily and encircling the West End This party p will salt over Louisville during Home- Coming Week A set of furniture and cooking stove as a bridal present will bt given any couple by the association who will marry on the grounds the last day of tho fair and take n bridal trip in the air ship So great has been thu encouragement given Prof It S Eubank throughout v the State to become n candidate for Stato superintendent that ho has after visiting many localities decided to act on their advice lIshy Itla castor into b the political arena Wo will bo sorry indeed to give him up and his place would bo hard to fill This voices the sentiment of nearly 100 por cent of tho pupils and patrons of this school dis trictThrewill bo a Masonic celebration at Mlddleburg June 24th under tho aus pices of thu Casey county lodges An elaborate program has boon arranged consisting of addresses by Rev J S Taylor Dr J M Owens of Somerset Eld W G Montgomery Rev Carrier nnd Past Grand Master McChord of Springfield Prof A A Royalty and class of vocal celebrities will render a number of vocal selections Dinner on grounds Admission free everybody invited Mrs J iL Sympson of Grass Valley Oro is visiting her sister Mrs C P Brown Miss Efflo Dryo has returned from n visit to Harrodsburg Mrs Em mett McCormack is back from Wichita Kas where sho visited her father Mr Carrol Carpenter who returned with her Mrs Milllo Moreland of Brook lyn is tho guest of her sister Mrs Katherine Blain John D nnd Y W Burton attended decoration day services nt Mill Springs John D Follett of Cincinnati and John Brown of Ca soy secretary and vice president of the McKinney Scottavillo railroad were v hero Saturday and report that work will begin this week with a largo force of men and teams Tho following oxsons and daughters of our county have notified Director General Hughes of Louisville that they would attend Homo Coming Week festivities F D Albright and wife 4 Cereal OklajG G Burgess Colum bia Mo JH Walker Washington D C Miss Winnifrcd Beck Home N Y Mrs Mary Bradley Anniston Ala George Camden Wannamaker Ind S E Higgins Terre Haute Ind Mrs D L Trimble Jacksonville Fla Rob ert Anderson Harper KasJ J I Mc Kinney Montgomery Ala Henry G u Bruce Kansas City Mo Henry G Bridgwater Longviow Ala James F Taylor Dallas City W J Holtz claw and wife Macomb III W C Gllliland Greenfield III W G Lack ey St Louts Mo Mrs M C Tyler Kansas City Mo Mrs J M Sewell Independence Mo Wiley Jones Phenn Mo John L Roberts Hannibal Mo II D McClure Downes III P II Carter Blooming Grove Texas John D Page McKinney Texas C M Dol lins and family Greenville Texas Mrs J II Reed Philadelphia Pa Mrs A L Burris Denver Col Cyn thia S Beck Raton N M J A Crawford Raymondvillc Mo Joseph Skidmore Guilford Mo L M Pow ell nnd wife Sutherland Mo II It Oldson and family Roanpke Ala LANCASTER A T Scott sold a horse to George Ruble for 212 T D Chestnut sold to Perry Tuggle five calves weighing 650 pounds at 4Jc Judge John W Hughes of Mercer candidate for Congress was here a few days ago Tho new pews for tho Baptist church have arrived and have been placed in the church Bertha Simpson aged 16 died at the homo of It S Ross and was buried in tho Lancaster cemetery Rev Charles Brown the new pastor of tho Presbyterian church will take charge the first Sunday in July CapU J A Doty county clerk has announced his candidacy for reelection to that odlce lie has made a good of ficer The building committee of tho new Bank and Trust Company has decided upon plans and contracts will bo let in a few days The Lancaster Odd Fellows will dec orate the graves of their departed brothers Sunday June 10th at 2 v u Tho ministers will deliver addresses- A movement is on foot to celebrate tho homecoming of all Garrard county people who will return to their native State next month and active steps are being taken to give them a genuine Garrard county welcome Miss Theo Hcmphill and Dr A Jack son McNees were married at the home of tho bride in this city Saturday after noon at 2 oclock Tho bride is the daughter of Judgo and Mrs J C Hcmphill and is a young woman of rare beauty and accomplishments She is a favorite in Central Kentucky society and beloved by all who have the pleas ure of hor acquaintance Dr McNees Is a young physician of Bowling Green having recently left Lancaster to locate In that city He is a young man of ability and is well thought of by all his acquaintances Immediately after the ceremony they loft for a trip to tho Eastern citios Mrs W S Elkin of Atlanta is with hor sister Miss Jennie Duncan Misses Annoll Tomlinson Mamlo Bustin and Bottlo West have returned from Lex ington whore they have been attending school Miss Llllie Shugurs has been visiting her brother W K Shugars at Brodhead Miss Polly Traylor of Gil hurts Creek has been visiting friends bore Senator George Farris who has been representing tho Frankfort Chair Co at Cincinnati for several weeks is at home for n short stay Miss Pearl Aldridge of Stanford has been with her aunt Mrs J It Hasoldon Mr and Mrs R G Price of Danville were guests of Mrs Mattio Frisbie Mrs George Robinson and children of Hus tonvillc are with her mother Mrs Dorcas Walker Mrs Louis andram has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Staughton at Middletown 0 Mrs Juliet Rogers who was injured in Cincinnati some weeks ago returned homo Monday evening Tho Very Best Remedy for Bowel Trouble Mr M F Horroughs an old ant wollknown resident of Ulullton Ind says I regard Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as tho very host remedy for bowol trou ble I make this statement after having used tho remedy In my family for several years I am noverwlthout It This remedy is almost sure to bo need ed before tho summer Is over Why not buy It now and bo prepared for such an omorganoy For sale by W N Craig the popular druggist Stan ford p pa CHURCH MATTERS Versailles Christians will build a 25 000 house of worship Whitesburg Ky Methodists are building a 1200 church Rev G A Gordon of Kentucky University will begin a series of meetings nt tho Presbyterian church McKinney on Saturday night Juno 30 Vanderbilt University has followed tho Baptist Seminary and founded the chair of Sundayschool pedagogy Childrens day 50000 offerings will be used as an endowment fund NEWS NOTES A fire in a department store at Omaha Neb caused over 300000 damage Representative Nicholas Longworth and Mrs Longworth sailed for Eng land Saturday Josephine Terranova was acquitted in New York of the murder of her aunt Concetta Reggio Maj John Ferguson a prominent planter was gored to death by a bull near Pickens SC Ten thousand persons assembled in Arlington National Cemetery Sunday to honor the Confederate dead A 19yearold wife in Boston after four unsuccessful attempts at suicide finally ended her life by swallowing carbolic acid- Louisville saloonkeepers observed rigidly the Sunday closing order only one case being reported by the police of a violation- A tornado struck Clare more I T and two business houses three resi dences and numerous smaller buildings were demolished Three railroads now operated by tho C and 0 railroad were merged into one on June 1 to be called the C and O Railroad in Kentucky Twelve persons were wounded in Cienfuegos Cuba by the premature ex plosion of fireworks at a celebration in honor of King Alfonsos wedding The coal strike in Illinois has been settled by an agreement between the miners and operators Sixty thousand men have been Idle for two months Later reports indicate that the Americana may have been the aggressors in tho deadly outbreak in Mexico Thirty five Mexicans were killed and six persons are dead a score seriously and many others slightly in jured as the result of the overturning of a crowded electric car at Moores Corner in East Providence Attorneys for John Alexander Dowie started proceedings In tho Muskegon Mich courts to revoke the power of attorney given to W G Volia during Dowies absence in the South Bloody bullfights marked the climax of the celebration in Madrid of King Alfonsos wedding Twentyfour have died as the result of the bomb explosion nnd a reward for the thrower has been offeredManuel Morales the Spaniard sus pected of throwing tho bomb at the King AlfonsoQueen Victoria wedding procession shot a guard who attempted to arrest him on a public road and then ended his own life Tho public will be shy of Chicago lard when it realizes thathuman bodies often furnish the material Tho disclosures of an investigation there are enough to make the stomach revolt and refuse to perform its proper functions Revolting disclosures wore made by A M Simmons former Chief of the Chicago Bureau of Charities as to hu man bodies rendered into lard in packing plants without an effort at cleaning time caldrons Tho lard was later consumed by the public For the third time since the murder of tho Carter children J G Rowlings and his sons Milton and Jesse and All Moore colored were sentenced at Val- dosta Ga to bo hanged The date fixed Is Friday July 13 Officials nt Cynthiana discovered that two of tho bars to the cell once occupied by Curt Jett in tho county jail wore made of wood painted in imitation of Iron It is believed that tho bars were placed there when the jail was built and that Jott never knew how close he was to liberty Jake Noble charged with tho mur dor of Grant Holliday a deputy sheriff of Brcnthitt was dismissed in the Cir cuit Court on motion of tho Commonwealth A motion had been filed by the Commonwealth asking that tho case be transferred to Wolfe county which was objected to by the attorneys r tho defense Tho Nobles aro related to the Cockrill faction which is now power in Breathitt county Spains day of joy following the mar riage of King Alfonso and Queen Vic toria of Battenburg was abruptly ended by tho work of n lomb thrower whoso well directed missle fell near the royal coach and cost 16 lives The King and his bride escaped through the agency of an electric wire which de llcctcd the bomb The police arrested Manuel Duran from whoso room the missile concealed in a bouquet was thrown How to Break Up a Cold It may bo a surprise to many to learn that n severe cold can bo completely broken up In ono or two days time The first symptoms of u cold Lire a dry loud cough a profuso watery discharge front tho noso and a thin white coating on tho tongue When Chamberlains cough remedy Is taken every hour on the first appear anco of theso symptoms counteracts tho effect of tho cold and restores tho system to a healthy condition within a day or two For sale by W N Crate the popular druggltStanford t1 t KINGSVILLE Tho marriage of Miss Odis Lovelace and a popular young man Mr Walter Privitt will take place hero Sunday More anon Dr Thompsons sky scraper la nearing completion Our new school building is almost completed and our splendid carpenter A C Green and his crew will shortly begin work on the new school building at Pleasant Point The many friends of Mr Thompsy Cooper were grieved to learn of his injuries sustained in the horrible wreck at Louisville and rejoice that it is no more serious Mr Cooper Is so popular hero and elsewhere that it is almost like a relative one looks upon him Wm Madison Meeks has succeeded J L Johnson as postmaster here Mr Mccks is popular on both sides of the political fence and will doubtless make a good postmaster Erneit Flint is clerking for G A Walter and has been for the past two weeks Ho is a good boy and makes a fine little salesman Indeed Mr Walter never has anyjjoth cr kind Engineer Sam Love of Somerset fell while trying to catch the local caboose here Monday aftetnoon He was eating a lunch at the restaurant when his train started to pull out and when he reached the caboose he at tempted to get aboard and was thrown into a culvert about 20 feet deep and his back was severely sprained Dr Thompson was called in attendance Henry Acton and wife of Waynes burg were the guests of Dr and Mrs J W Acton Mrs J L Hurt and lit tle Miss Syble are visiting relatives at South Bend Ind Manfred Chevolette and wife have returned to Ludlow after a visit to relatives here and at highland Mrs M H Creighton left Sun day for a protracted visit to relatives at Kansas City and Pleasant Hill Mo Mrs Fannie Carey is occupying part of the formers house during her absence J Everard Creighton of Norfolk Va is on a visit to his home folks here II G Franklin was in Somerset on busi ness Henry Hicks of Crescent Springs was the guest of relatives here Mrs Sallie Collier of Woodstock was the guest of her sister Mrs Dr Thompson D B Flint Is at home from a vis it to his brother at Hoopston III Miss Miss Mabel Flint Is at home from a vis it to her aunt Mrs Henry at Coving ton Mrs Sarah Waters has been vis iting her sister in Covington Mrs Ri ley Faulconer continues ill with a complication of troubles Mrs Green Mur phy was very ill but has recovered MATRIMONIAL Oscar Brown and Miss Lizzie Camden were married at Somerset by Rev 0 M Hucy Walter Privitt nged 20 and Miss Oda Loveless wero made one at High land yesterday Miss Ruby Gatliff of Williamsburg and Dr Ansel Archer of Jellico will be married Juno 7 George Tomb aged 17 and Miss Nell Ray 16 eloped from Bowling Green to Gallatin Tenn and were married Dirt was broken Wednesday for the Carnegie library and addition to the High School buildings Somerset Jour nal Rev Frank W Allen formerly pas tor of the Christian church here was married a few days ago to Miss Meek music teacher at Odessa Mo Miss Emma Lou McDonald of Dan ville and Mr James T Clarkston of Junction City were married in Lexing ton Wednesday Rev Erwin Muller per forming the ceremony Fred Baumann Jr of this place was married in Louisville last week to Miss Treacy Krill a popular young lady of that place They day af ter their marriage and are now at home to their friends at his fathers Unknown Friends Ilhl1lO arc many people who have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera splendidIcause they have hesitated about giv lug a testimonial of their experience for publication Those people how ever aro nono time loss friends of this remedy They have dono much toward making It a household word by their personal recommendations to friends and neighbors It Is a good medicine to havo In tho homo and Is widely known for Itscurcs diarrhoea and nil forms of bowel trouble For solo by W N Craig the popular druggist Stanford Raw silk imports from China in 1905 were 9600689 tea 5155840 and carpet wool 3201613 CORNS CUUED Corn Exit will peal tively remove corns in four days The treatment is simple and pleasant and wo absdlutely guarantee to refund the monoy to each and every customer whoso corns are not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny druggist Stanford Ky FARMERS LOOK I nm agent for all leading machinery inctiding I CASE THRESH ING MACHINES with sample on band Deering anti McCormick Binders Mowers anti Rakes Old Hickory Wagons and Owensboro Buggies Tho best good for your money is my motto With the present good wheat crop now is the time to buy a Threshing Machine and make money Come and r se me and get my prices before buying and make ray store your home whilo Z iu Hustonvillc C R McCORMACK Hustonville Ky 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 amid Buggy Harness CASH HOUSE STANFORD HENTqCHYI I = Call and get one of these If not satisfactory return it and get your mon ey back Good for roast turkey ham etc Works on top of stove as well in oven 1 GEORGE HARRIS i Stanford Kentucky Save Money 1 By buying your Refrigerators Water Coolers FreezersScreen Doors Window Screens and Screen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting Hardware Groceries CM from George D Hopper Stanford Ky The Interior Journal C WALTON 1EJOHN WHUGHES of Mercer 1m candidate to rept sent the Eighth Congrr ilonal district 1Kentucky In Cnugrets to luccecd lion a subject to the action of the Uem ocrntlc party 1HON R W MILLER of AliuIUon count Ian cnnillilute to nlIrf Bent the Eighth CongreMlonnl Ulntrlvt oJ Kentucky In COlIgn succeed lion U to thl action ul tin IHn I1ocratlupnrty M F NORTH la a candidate for Keprcwntntivpot IIneoll1 county subject to the notion ot Ihmii lItle party i tcTilE way the congressional district in several of the States are endorsin Bryan for the Presidency is a prett strong indication that the drift of Democratic sentiment is decidedly towards the Nebraska statesman Always an attractive personality with the strongest courage of his convic tions Mr Bryan has learned a great cjeal in these last 10 years and whil he holds to many of his original idea they are retained solely because of in vestigation and observation and not for the purpose of proving himself a knowall He is known and loved by Democrats everywhere and he ia n longer the unknown quantity that was sprung on the country at Chicago In 590 In fact he is the greatest map in the party and if he is not the nex President signs go for naught and Roosevelt and other Republicans wil have stolen his thunder to great purpose I SUPREME judges have a right to retire at 70 years of age but Justice Brown is among the few to do so quick ly after becoming eligible for retirement He was 70 last March Only havfNto He leaves on the bench the Chief Justice who was 73 some months ago and Justice Harlan who will be 73 or f Friday The Chief Justice ought tc hold his place until the country has had a chance to elect a President who will appoint a Democrat to succeed him t Justice Brown has been on the bench for 31 years as a District Judge and If years as an Associate Justice The Sectwould undoubtedly like to make hire Chief Justice A NEW YORK architect and builder is quoted as saying that New York Iwitt have a 100story building not yet but soon He adds that in New York we must keep on building and must build upward When the most of Manhattan island is covered with i 100story structures the problems of transportation illumination and san itation will be something tremendous At the rate New York is filling up she will have to go up as there is not more space to utilize on the ground A FEW years ago in the interest of t patent mail box manufacture the post office department issued an order that those who did not provide themselves with such boxes would not be served f Some refused and were cut oft fron their mails Congress has however put a stop to such graft by passing a bill providing that patrons of rural routes can use any kind of box they wish a right they should always have had ALTHOUGH it has been 41 years since the war closed 68 members of the present Congress served in the civil war24 Senators and 44 Representa tives There are 11 Federal veterans and 13 Confederates in the Senate Fortythree Federals and 25 Confeder ates are in the House Nearly all of them are nearing the allotted span of life but most of them are hale and hearty TIRES Southern StatesMississippi Louisiana and Tennesseehave enacted statutes making June 3 Confederate Memorial day Every Southern State ought to follow and do everything to perpetuate the memories of those who fought and died for the cause they loved Tim Danville News one of our most appreciated exchanges has just passed its seventh mile stone Brers Embry and Richardson are making a capital paper of it and we are glad to know that they are also making money out of their enterprise IN a divorce suit out West the other day the husband was granted a decree and the custody of their 24 children With such a litter a divide up would seem to have been the proper solution POLIITCAL Senator Arthur Pue Gonnan is dead in Washington of heart disease Swager Sherley was renominated for Congress by Jefferson county demo crateDr A D James former U S marshal is a candidate for Congress in the Third district r Arkansas Republicans in convention at Little Rock nominated John I Worth for Governorington in The Lincoln Philadelphia nominatedatconvention for GovernorJrLouis r 1 It is believed that Judge Durelle of Louisville will succeed District Attor ney R D Hill deceased Lieut Gov Thorne says he will not be a candidate for governor but may enter the Congressional race The Senate passed bills extending the irrigation act to Texas creating a new- divison of the western judicial district of Texas also 280 private pension bills The conferees on the Railroad Rate Bill reached a complete agreement and the bill was reported to the Senat There was no discussion of the measure Democrats of Indiana will meet in Indianapolis on Thursday and nomina a State ticket A platform already drafted indorses W J Bryan for the presidency 190- 3Congressman Ollie James told the Cincinnati Enquirer man that Senator McCreary will be his successor This will make the Madison county man feel as good as he looks Frankfort was selected as the place and July 12th as the day to hold a convention to nominate a candidate Cor Congress in the Seventh district to succeed lion South Trimble The Senate adopted the resolution providing for purchase of supplies for the Panama canal in the United States unless the President deems the price unreasonable or extortionate By a vote of 7 to 5 the Senate Committee on Privileges and Elections vol ed that Senator Smoot is not entitled to his seat The committee voted unanimously to have a vote in the Senate at this session After four days of turbulent proceed ings the Tennessee Democratic convention in Nashville Friday night nominate Congressman M R Patterson of Mem phis for Governor The nominatio was made by acclamation The Senate adopted the Aldrich resolution giving American industries the advantage in the purchase of canal supplies and refused to incorporate a Dem ocratic amendment requiring that the bids of foreign origin be met as regard price and quality- President Roosevelt has appoints John W Yerkes Commissioner of Internal Revenue to visit Great Britain Germany and France in a Cew weeks to investigate the methods of the various Governments in supervising the denaturing and handling of alcohc for use in the arts and manufacture and for other purposes Prof R N Roark of State College was elected president of the Easter District Normal School at Richmond and Prof H II Cherry of Bowling Green was elected president of the Western District Normal School at Bowling Green at a meeting of the regents held Saturday in Frankfort The schools will open on September nextAn accumulation of debts beyond his means caused Congressman Robes Adams of Pennsylvania to end his liCe in a Washington clubhouse A day be fore he had scored a triumph in the House through the passage of the Diplomatic and Consnlar Appropriatio Bill which he apparently hurried through in order that it might be dis posed of before he killed himself The official call for n meeting of the Democratic State Executive Committe in Louisville on June 12 was issue Saturday at Frankfort The manner of selecting nominees for State offices will be settled and a time fixed Tht question of nominating a candidate for the United States Senate will also be considered at that time It is believed that tho regular election day will be agreed upon as the time for the primary and that the senatorial race will be settled then too IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Leonard Tucker has been appointed postmaster at Brocade Wayne county- A N Messer of Corbin was given a year for stealing a mule Ho was convicted at London Abe Denny who was given 21 years for killing Robert Gillen in Madison attempted suibide in the Richmond jail Contracts have been let for the con traction of an addition to the High School building fat Barbourville to cost about 5000- Reuben D Hill United States District Attorney Western Kentucky dia trict died at his home in Williamsburg lIe had been in declining health for 18 months A Lebanon dispatch says William W Spalding attorney for the L R Nat this place has settled with the state of William Prewitt who was killed in the Louisville wreck Monday lorning the consideration being 500 An Alarming Situation frequently results from neglect of logged bowels and torpid liver until constipation becomes chronic This condition is unknown to those whose Dr Kings New Life Pills the best and gentlest regulators of Stomach and Bowels Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Price 25c I TAKE measures for corsets stand ing and sitting and can fit all sizes I make a specialty of fitting large pee le Miss Ella May Saunders representing the Spirella Corset Co Louisville Catholics churches gave 5000 to San Francisco Catholic lurches Death From LooKJaw never follows an injury dressed with Bucklcns Arnica Salve Its an tiseptic and healing properties prevent blood poisoning Chas Oswald merchant of Rcnssolacrsvlllo N Y writes It cured Seth Burch of this place of tho ugliest sore on his neck I over saw It Cures Cuts Wounds Burns and Sores 2oc at Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard IF you want to rid yourself of that tired feeling try Whites Concen trated Crab Orchard Water It will do tho work For sale by W B McRob erts G L Penny W N CElg Stanford and C W Adams J G Weather ford S Co Hustonville J W Thomp son Kingsville The Coroners inquest to look into the killing of nine people in the Louisville wreck will be held Fridays Judge M C Givens aged 74 ia dead at Henderson Waynesburg Marble and Gran Its Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Don tor In and Manufacturer ot Granite Monuments Marble Ratted Letters n Specialty Olllce and works Wnyiuiburg Ky U IhidKvtt Agt BLACK HAWK 11 nnmlt blnck with white point will be yvnrioltl Jan I Will stand at for tares to Insure thing colts and jenmtt for the priceWill Jim forter Jack 1KY TON 0 yenrs old 15 hiiruli weighs IJUI pounds and nn extra mule luck Three crops his coin huve nil been Imyi blacks 1IIIIII1d korrels 5 to Insure n living colt Also two young Jnclcn coming yeur olds will serve ujlinlteit number ol nentle miirvt tree 1111 KINO Morclnml Ky w o oAMoNo H LWHITES ffJE k S PURITY GUARANTEED Splits Splits SPLITS What Is Splits 7 Fine Out Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Splits Made from Epsom Water Carbonated Stops the Dope Habit It is easy Try our Diamond Brand Splits For sale nt Drug Stores Soda Fountains Cafes and Saloons Price lOc Per Bottle Whites C C Water Company Inc Crab Orchard Ky ELECTION NOTICE II Lincoln County Court A rcRUlur turns hold lit tbn courthouse In Hlunforil Ky on Monday Slay II Thu Honorable It UWttrren Presiding Judge In the petition ot M Ir Klmorcet al tot n local option election This dry came M l Klmori and 0110 linn dre l and the UIOi other petitioner whose iinmes appear on tilt pwllUots nlcdt a form er term ol UiUcourt 111 ilK themselves cit izen ami rvtldentii of Hliintord Lincoln county Ky orn years of ago trod legal voters of town and county by attorney nnd moved the court to order I lilt nn elec tion lac held In tilt Mild town of Mtnnfonl on June a mi for the purpose ot taking the sense of the legal voters ol snlil town upon Ihl proportion whether or not uplrltnoui hlnout and malt Iliiuors thnll bo sold bar tered and loaned therein And It appearing tWill proof heard that the lgnuturen to the iforiMilil petition tire genuine and tlnit the asunder ol said signatures eoua to more ibnii lper cent of the votes cost at tho lutlection held In Dad for the sold town of Stanford the wild etltlon being signed by- IIq pereons and the hlghert numlier of votes Cllit at the lust election held In and for the own of Htnnfonl being aO and It further ippenrlng from proof heard that the per JIttItlonexldents of the town of Stanford over SI ears of age and quallMed to vote nt clec lots In said town nun for county olllccru It ordered that on runt an election IIf held In the town of Htanford aforesaid ror the purpose of taking the dense of the egal voters thereof upon the proposition vhctberor not spirituous vlnoUK and malt liiuom shall Iw told Uirtered and loaned ofIfuculncountyneb and every voting place In each and very voting precinct Mtanfonl on Juno 11111 for the purpose of holding and con luctliig Mild election and hu will wnke due IlIIblllnlionII nuwkpuper publUhed In Stanford In each md every lIe thereof for nut lesllumtwoveeks prior to June u 1101 and by printed iiind bllln ported In not loss than flvo con plciiotii plucea In alcl town for not less than two week prior to ald date Hu will have the advectlsementu sloth notices alHive men toned entered In the INTEIIIOU JOUKNAI mil jiostitl within oven days after the re elpt by him of tills nnler relltmtlonOlltl 11 for the city of Htuuronl In IIIlh md every voting place and precinct there orln artier ttlllt tuoso IHTIOIIH who are or tuny Ie entitled to vote at the election hereby ordered whose names have not hero tofore been recorded on the registration present year of Htanfordmiiy Lemglstereti TIlt sherlfrwill ndwertleuJd pedal registration the tlimi and places where It will bu held In like manner the ilectlon hereby culled U required to bu ad rertlsed A Copy Attest OKO n OOOPYH Clerk of Ibo Lincoln Uoutity Court A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Oflice over McKoberU1 Drug Store in the Oweley Building Morris Perkins General Insurance and Real Estate Agents Grab Orchard Ky We are prepared to write Insurance Life Accident Fire 01 TornadoA- nd solicit the business of the cltltens of the tOt Knd None but the lest compnn tee represented Oilico with Crab Orchard Banking Ct llnw n talk with us before placing your la mm nee ol renewing old policies List your property with us and we sell Jt for you charging you only n unfit per con DORSBY GOLD DUST 12052 Full Broths to Estelt2il9 M Sired by Zlleadi Golddast moo by Gold dust 150 and he by Vermont Morgan Dcrsey Golddusts grand dam on sire side wns by the Imp Arabian Sttllioi Xilcadi Ilia dam is Florence by Golden Minco Chief a son of Galls Morgan making him intensely inbred Morgan slat lion descending from Justen Morgan ot both sides The best family of road horses ever known Dorsey Golddust is a dark dappled bay full tO hands and weighs 1200 pounds a proven and uni form breeder of highclass road and lbs tern horses combining all the qualities for saddle and harness and are in demand at Doth the fhmpion saddle and combined gelding of the American Horse Shows of 19045 Jack ODiamond stands to his credit Ten of his colts sold recently for 810220 and 81500 was re fused for a walktrot mare by him ills services are olTered for less than any horse of his producing qualities In Ken lucky Will stand at my farmzH miles from Stanford on the Hustonville pike eeao to unsure a living colt F REID Phone in Danville Ky NABOTH By Naboth bay fourveanold and a ranch flntr hornet ban his slreso well koowr In thli put of the Slte at a breeder of style and durability lIam Nora Nor vat bvNorsl2alii a son of Elections tS Ness Norvat s tint dam by Metropoll tan too of Ilambletonlan 10 tire ot UFO Wllkc and Electioneer 2d dam by Mam brlno Starlight 3rd dam by Oliver Ills dsn by Sth dam by Tranbr fit dam by ThorntOnsltaUler A splendid In dlTldual with a pedigree as One aa aoy bones Steeds high and welgb 12110 pounds Will make the sea- soul nt U O 1ettut near IreacberiTllle al 112 50 to Inure a living colt Money dotl when mare It traded or parted with or bred to another bona The black Jack J K BAUGHMAN by TarkloRtoni wilt make th season at the tame pace at tlO to Insure a living colt He U 24 high and bal proven a good breeder grazed at 12 10 per month which is all erica must be paid before they are re moved Cars taken to prevent accidents but not reiponilble should any occur J MR Q PETTf3 Ireachenvllle Ky KENTUCKY SQUIRREL Combined stallion lIlI old n blIulUu- lhy one while Got 10 made hlHb Ivlitl style action kite and breeilliiK whlcti rn l lies him to rank with the Unt- IKiniiiiKK Hired by Vixnl Hqulrrel Itt lam bt Tilt KliiK it sun of sliver iv rllll he h Hlonewall Jiickkiin Ifub- ulesgnatslowhnrMNldour hy the four nu llIhIMII HiiiUrrtl ms slretl by lllnek miulrrel I6x he by Itiark iaKle H lie by King Wlllliim af nor by lilt Edge dour the darn of Knulv Hint lie IhIItt sow ot CabbellM U x knurlngtunIraliiKer l dum care by VnnMiter Waxy fw lieriauli half irotherto tint race horwt MXlnuton Nith mt of Alice rnrncnl HIIr KlnK wits by On rime and out of a mare hyuhtetls i czluug Ion The was n line horse and well irvrt Kentucky Hiiulrrel will serve mares lit tintoliiKuren IhlliK old 15a INIWtd1lt1N1JI nck 10 hand mil our Inch hlRh routing years old his weluhs UiU Miund was sired nocktloudhit by Tom Keene All of the hove stock will make Use season of iww at ny one mile front Htaiifonl the- and In offer InK trihnnltl4tnnfunlltlke stock to the- ImhUel do not hesitate to that I lnlleve n gocxl im fnyin Kentucky lloth or these Jacks will serve mans at III to in 11Ilt a llvlnts colt Tradlnu mares forfeits tho Insurance No fiponMbllUy for accldentK W H DUDDKKAU Howhind K- yREDREX unbilled stallion ayeaioldlieautlful nor Ijtlir white rltt hllllll one style action slip mid breeillntt entitle hllll to iii uk with the beitt- IKiMOuKE =tlred by Ilex IVavlnej hn hy nex Mclionald Ills dam h Kentucky lhlef- uu hove to see this horse lIlllIndlll hllllI Atolimure This lmr e will only Ix allow tl to cover a mares llOYAIj IiKNMAUK combined stallion inutltul teal brown yearsold in hands eight 1jm pounds He Is a tune well ma- Middle horse IIII1IIItKI dryer 1KDinnKK Denmark sired by IIIlIek have boby Htonewall Jr he by Old ionewiill 1st dam by Escort M duns Old IVavlne This U a typo of the middle arm that U null vunitiiK extinct In Ken tuckY Seo lulus must you will until to him n to Insure DtTKK OK lUOIIMONI Ho Is a brown imblned stallion 0 years olellIII hands Ills Isis horse with plenty action finish and a proved hllt14rJ- PIII1H1YKtilltCllly Oovlnuton bu hy Jlmbr Jim hum by ienvral Duke ft insureI Il4 eroy Jack 11 linnils a breed r of proved merit as Ills blur strlnu colts to Insure- iSIUONOLIAJILblaeklnck IIK halidx Thill Jnckhiumnde trll enouN In this arty as n Jack Is second to none tnlnsureIItoNHIllEHhlackJack hands Thesis II OtlIMIIII lino jack and Is an- itru jtlOIlllllllollICk ulvliiK hit colts plenty or to Insure Allot the alKive stock will snake tbu sea fiirm one mile from Mc 511dd101alrgIcele of stock to the u that I believe they are as good ny In Kentucky Money due In nil ciites with sill the abovo ock whets colt Is foaled or mare partexl return furnUhed nt a nakonnblo ire taken to prevent accidents but nofSv 1Anyonewlshlntfora further pedigree the nlKive stock can secure saiiio with pltI- ure hl applying to It 4ry0 IjeSUIT IN A MAN The best dressed people are those who wear the CRITERION- We 0 sell only this make In every thing from 1 0 to 20 Our 2 piece suits are especially stylish and fine H AtcROBRRTS Sa J STANFORD KENTUCKY PENNYS DRUG STORE New Stock PARIS GREENL- et us Supply You NN PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky twairtlsallt earrras a II plantinmlgurated TESTIMONIAL II S ner and phiinlcr of Stanford has given good service I would I Myfamilydispensable phone system is in every particular an up todato plant So simple and useful fresh water can bo hall I in short order all through house from cistern at all hours Ask fir Aldridge tho i umlor for n catalogue and rend up on wonderful time and labor saving way of living You can up enough air in n few minutes to supply water for an thisIsize family all day Think of it both cold or hot water KyI I 0 YOUR WANTSIN Drugs Paints and Oils Window Glass Toilet Articles StationeryI JcesW B McRoberts DRUGGISTSTANFORD lPna80NAL supervision given to all Prescriptions compount1edJ r rrurrlr Shirt Waists and Wash Suits lrnai Save time and worry by coming to us for your needs in this line Waists 50c to 8500 Wash Suits 8150 to 81150 You can depend nion the Ktyle being right They are rondo by best makers in New York Closing Prices on Suits We hove a few Suits loft which we will cell nt J oft tho regular price These ore nil Now York ManTailored Suits I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY IBrANFOitn KY Jvsi 5 1901 DELICIOUS Ice Cream Soda at 1cnnya Drug Store PERSONALS Mn EAIU COLBMAN continues ve ill MR L II HumitiB was at Mt Vcr non Sunday MR C IL COIBMAN was In Ix uls villa Saturday MR A H SBVBRANCB was dow n from Cobin Saturday Gnotun CIIANCBIIOH of Cincinnati Is with homefolkB here MRS H D PiilLurs was in Lexington sovoral days but week ATTORNEY J R BusH of Lexington was here on business Saturday Miss FRANCES PORTMAN of Liberty Is with Mill Gertrude Wilkinson Miss ILA HOLUAM of Crab Orchard was the guest of her parents here MR C F HirciNS of Richmond is with hIs slater Mrs Adclla Woods Miss MAGGIE SACRAY of Danville was over Sunday to see her Msters here h MRS MATTIC Nevtua Is with her son Ap crion Nevlus at Winchester MR SAMUBL BISHOP Stanford wt In the city thto wook Somerset Moun taineer MR W T SMITH camo over from Lexington Saturday to spend a few da with his wile Miss MARY Bvnn GIVBNS rcturneil to Middlesboro Saturday after a visit to relatives here loin R Eo Lee SIMS returned Sun day from Tuicumbia Ala where ho has been working Miss MARY HIGGINS U back fro Sayro Institute Lexington where e took a special course MRS LtzzIE WEAVER and daughter Mli Ollie nre with the family of J A Walden at McKinney Miss JOSEPHINE WARRBN returned Friday from Cove Springs Ga where she has been teaching MR S II AUJWDOB and family are moving Into their new and pretty homo 0 on Highcatlon Avenue MR W P IAWRENCE and wife of Springfield are at the bedside of Mrs W T B White In the East End MRS W P GlVENS pleasantly en tcrtalnednt whist yesterday at her lovely country home Danville News DR AND MRS CLIFTON FOWLER and little Miss Sara Book returned Satur day from n visit to relatives In Mad sonMiss VIRGINIA BOURNE returned Saturday from the Cincinnati College 1ofMusic where she has been for lorn S tame MISSES MAnn AND ETHEL WALTER and Statue Leo Hubble of Lancaster were the guests of friends and relatives here MRS C P ATKINS and Miss Betts Newland of Atkins Vn are guesU a their uncles Mr Thomas D New lands MRS J D EAOS has returned homo after a two weeks visit to her daugh ter Mrs Ethic C Brown at Mill Springs JAMES II EADS is up from Ranks visiting his brothers John W and J t D Eads WALLACE COVER of Crab Orchard returned Saturday from Georgetown College where he has done well tho past year JUDGE M C SAUFLEY left yesterday morning for Salyerevllle where he will hold a weeks term of tho Magoflln circuit court Mn G A DBNIIAM of Williams I burg stopped over with his brother Mr W It Denham on his return from Indian Territory C KELLEIt JR wife ti MR GEoRm and handsome daughter Miss Josephine Keller of Louisville were hero for a short while Saturday MRS L M GOODKNIGHT and David Goodknlght are back from Franklin several weeks on where they spent their return from New Orleans Miss LUCILLE COOPER will arrive Wednesday from Morganton N C she has taught for tho last two 1where in the State School for the thPnoF Millersburg College our yea or Howard D Coleman preceptor words of comfortJ came over and spoke to the bereaved family MR J W HOSKINS of Powers who will bocashler of the now Huston WhO Is taking lessons from his i vlllo bank Mr A P Young the pest cashier South or the Mason and County News t 0ineCasC MRS W D GOOD is with her mother In tho West End MR A T NUNN LLEY went to Lou Isvl Ho yesterday ATTORNEY C C BAOBY was here yesterday from Danville Miss JENNIE TOTTBN of Lancaster- Y is with Miss EulahTottcn MRS C M BBSTofMlllcrsbnrgwas with Mrs C R Coleman NEWS from Louisville is that Mr George B Cooper Is doing nicely MRS S M BOTTOM of Perryville was the guest of Mrs R J Humble Miss MANGE WARK of McKinney is visiting relatives at Winflold Kansas Miss NATTIE COLLIBR and Gcorgo Andrew James are with Crab Orchard friends SQUIRB WM Dunn RAn and Mrs A R Nunnolloy are visiting relatives in AMHROSIA THOMAS of ville is with her sister Mrs W McRobcrts MR J W COCKING and family McKinney are at Falmouth at the side of a sick relative MHRSBRS SHIRLEY ANDW W ELKIN of Lancaster were the guests of Mrs O P HufTman Sundays MRS SUE HOIMBS and Miss Sue Both James left yesterday for Marlon Ala to visit her daughter MRS T D RANEY loft yesterday fo- s LeRoy III to watt on her mother Mrs Kato Duddcrar who is very ill Miss MARY WILKINSON of Liberty is with friends here Her father Mr G R Wilkinson brought herup yester day MESSRS JOHN G LYNN and Mack Holmes who are at Olympian Springs rheumatismh0Miss BERTA JEAN PENNY is nsaistin In her fathers drug store during th illness of Earl Coleman Sho the cutest kind of n soda water girl LOCALS FOR SALE New cabbage peas beets and other vegetables Phone 128 Ed Hubbard OLD Aunt Mary Lytlc ono of the best and best known colored women in Stanford died yesterday aged about 80 IHaLD Charles Brown who killed Odio Paul at Somerset was held in 500 to await the action of the Pulaski grand jury I STILL have on hand plenty of sweet potato cabbage and celery plants Cabbage heads now ready for sale J W Brackctt KEEP In mind the Lincoln County Fair which will be held hero July 12 lr and 14 It will bo a gain week in Stanford LintCounty pay it to me at once J F Cummins secretary 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 Barnes Wcaren 4t I WILL be located at J L Beazlcys furniture store for the present with my optical goods Will be glad to test your eyes and supply you with glasses at the lowest cash prices Will N Craig OILMayor A11 Florence is up from tho oil fields of Wayne Ho tells us that the Beaver Creek Oil Gas Co struck n 12 or 15 barrel well a few days before he loft Mr Florence drilled tho well PLANS and specifications for the Christian church at Crab Orchard can be seen at Crab Orchard Springs We want scaled bids sent in by June 10I Mail bids to me J B Willis Crab Orchard Ky TUB Stanford Drug Cohas bdught of Dr W N Craig his stock of drugsI chemicals etc and will run the bus iness at tho old stand Tho gentlemen composing tho company ask a shore of tho patronage of the public REV GEO O BARNES preached his farewell sermon hero Friday night tak lag Elijah for his subject It was a splendid effort His series of sermons have been greatly enjoyed and we hopo will redound in much good Mr Barnes went from hero to Lancaster where ho will preach a week after which he will likely go to Crab Orchard for a few days NoliKeee Notakeee IB the rule in our Btoro We believe n well pleneotl customer is n better advertiser than ono persuaded to take nn article that does not suit We will of course make every honest effort to sell you by showing and pricing our goods Keeping the Assortment Up We buy goods every day in order to have what tho trade wants You can count on finding what you want at this store Prices are attractively low A GOOD secondhand 35horso power engine for sale John S Murphy Mc Kinney NEAR Kincsvillo yesterday Wilt Hull Harris severely cut Hunley Dish tightrFOR RENT The storeroom on Lan caster street just vacated by Singleton Apply at this office Tire Lading aid Society of the Bap fief church of McKinney cleared 30 the strawberry supper Saturday J W POWELL has bought of trey nolds S Hunn their grocery store on Depot Street and has taken possession FOR SALES Ct potato plants Brazilian 20c per 100 Southern Queen 15c Bermuda lOc W S Wigham Moreland sAN examination for appointment State College oP Kentucky will beheld in my office June 15 and 16 If Singleton superintendent IN the oheld Satur day for the benefit of those who did not register before the last November elec tlon precinct No 1 recorded nine No 2 31 and No3 20 Tim wilt of Tine Bright a Negro e Sundars night She complained of being sick and in a few minutes she died LIGHTNING struck Mr W H Tray lors big whisky Warehouse the other day but did little or no damage He had 2000 barrels of whisky in tho house and 1000 barrels in n warehouse ad joining Younggn thealecture at the courthouse or one of the churches here tonight JAMES N CASH is putting up a store house on the site of the old Ripcrton shop on the Hustonville pike and will open a stock of goods in a few weeks Mr Cash is also rebuilding his home which burned some months ago COLORED teachers living in this coun ty who want schools might do well to take tho examination at Liberty on the fourth Friday and Saturday in this month Supt Lawhorn tells us that there arc more Negro schools than teachers in Casey r CIRCUIT COURT wilt begin Monday and the docket for the Juno term is i press at this office It contains four murder cases 31 felonies eight concealed weapon cases Cl for illegal sale of whisky five for vagrancy five fo petit larceny five for seining There are 13 divorce cases eA BARGAIN About Hi9 acres of good land bI miles from Stanford Ky Brick residence six rooms and kitchen All necesssary out buildings All in grass except about 35 acres 25 acres good bottom land never falling water In every field Fencing goodc This is one of the cheapest farms in Lincoln county Terms easy For further particulars see Jas I White or L R Hughes Stanford Ky COMPROMISED George W DcBord as administrator of his father accepted a compromise from the Fifth Avenue Hotel Co Louisville Saturday Mr DoBord had instituted suit for 25000 for injuries which caused his fathers death and tho case was set for trial yesterday The amount agreed on has not been made public J S Owsley Jr of this place and Aaron Kohn of Louisville were attorneys for Mr De Bord It will be remembered that Mr DeBord was crushed by the hotel elevator coming down on him and he died a few days later TilE following program will be rendered at tho commencement exercises of tho Stanford Male and Female Sem inary at Waltons Opera House tomorrow Wednesday Juno 0 at 10 oclock AlII Invocation Rev Gilbert Glass Calm is the LakeH Pfeil Chorus by Twelve Young Ladles Address Subject Good Citizenship- Mr Kendrick Alcorn Four SongsEdward McDowell Prof Fnllio Presentation of Diplomas Mr John J McRoberts President of Board of Trustees Distribution of Flow- ersBenedictlonRev P J Rose rTne premium list of the Hustonville Fair July 25 26 27 is in press at this office It is a most liberal one FOR SALE Young Jersey milk cows Selected from the best milkers Lam berts Signals Rioters Pedros Flying Fox etc etc Lock box 161 Stanford tlKy Come or write at once I HAVE disposed f my drug stock to the Stanford Drug Co For the pres ent I will be found at the furniture InLtheir accounts with me at once Will N Craig AT Highland yesterday afternoon lightning struck and killed Henderson Young and a son of John Will Carrier who was also struck is thought to be fatally hurt The telephone was burn notoAs is well known an election on the whisky question will be held here Saturday To the credit of our people be it said there has been little if any of the shirttearing whooping and dirt lUnging most always attendant on such elections and wo sincerely hope during the few days elapsing those who are managing the campaigns will con tinue to acquit themselves as creditably as they have thus far Men are easier led than driven and vinegar nev er catches flies Harsh words and bad temper will avail nothing and he who indulges in such will help to damn the cause he espouses It seems to us that men can honestly differ as to the best way of dealing with the question before us and the whisky man or prohibition ist who is so narrowminded as to charge that those who do not agree with him are not honest is too small a potato to be considered a human being and too idiotic to be outside of a feebleminded institute Consider the question well before you vote and vote for what you believe to be for the best That is just what we propose to do Residence For Sale I llnsing Inc led permanently In Mt Hter linn Ky offer for NIle nl n bargain iny ile slrbta residence on Huitonvllle Hlo In Htnn ford Ky For particulars write me ut Mt 51cdlnqKyorsm W M fright nt the Lincoln County National Hunk JOHN JONES Attention Farmers I eOIllIllleThnlhlllkliul of threshing for formers The machine Iinmid Invite fnrmcm to mil and Inspect our atilt IUJHHKII A HTKVKNH Klein Iulaskl Co Ky SALErof Personalty Ai mlmlnlstrator of John C Horton I will on TUKHPAY JUNK liJWW nt his lute ProncherBvllIe InroollllIllilIellrIttiniiln litdkl sell nt public outcry 6 milk cows nnd tintslirooil mare I work mnlel yeur old steor hayfunningof ImrnesM mower liar rake corn planter illIrteflrllllIL 0 HOUTON Admr J I4 Chandler Auctioneer NOTICE Wo will on WEDNESDAY JUNK BTH Wo otTor for Nile our Mill nt lUmiklde Kr Th II II Holler KhmrinK MilirnpacIty40lhrrels on the Nordyke k Mystcin machin cry nearly new This Mill also consists of n Holler lorn Mill and Feed Crusher capacity lliisliels Meal per dll1 nnd will crush aw lUiMuU IIr tin In llrst class con dition and situated on railroad truck Hum tide huts of 1HU Inhabitants and there In nnothera111 wit hln 10 mlleiiOur rea son for selllnglhU property owing to our health falling Atiyoiioduslrousofthlsklnd of property do an HI IInlu to sell It In In operation and Mr McKeehnle will take pleasure In show lull It tonne one who Is Interested nnd will cull at tln Inquiries liy null will be TKKMH EASY McKKCHXfK IJItOM llurneidcKy POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting tilling or any kind of tres passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Mrs Kate Ador Itetchenbnch Bros Fred VonOrucnlgan Albert YonQruenlgau Fred VonAllmaa Fred Ilaumann Alfred Simpson George Holmes Miss Mattle II Kelchenbacb Obarles Cummins Joe Dnllou A 0 Dunn S M Holmes W EAmon W U Daugherty M J Hoffman M D Klmore Peter W barter J Ne In Carter Mrs M Hoyden Welch A D Hoot J E Bruce W F Bhomaker Thomas Kcrrlll Green Ferrlll F J Conn John B Oamenlsch Sam Trowbrldge Peter Ralmer Charles Ensslln Frank Oordler John Meier Samuel Llndtey Jacob Gander Mrs Alice Lytle David Stephens Mary Hoffmann L P Nuonelley J W Baugbman Onrlsteoa Orayson J O Carpenter Jacob jtssweln Sam DameroD Mrs MJ Ashlock White Goods We have just replenished our stock of Lingerie Materials and are prepared to show a big line at 20 to 50c per yard Colored Wash Goods We can show the newest designs in Lawns Cambrics Linens Mulls Ac White Oxfords i for Ladies Misses and Children 1IOne Hundred Suits iat Half Price i The skeptic says How can a store goods at a loss and live It cant iselldone it is being done at our storei The loss in a wellmanaged store i but a small fraction of the isibusiness Most of the goods i i be sold at a profit of courseiThe Suits we offer Half Price ilare remaindersthe small of last seasons business i windupi Our loss is our customers do double duty in purchas iDollars Suits 5 buys a 10 Suit i CUMMINSMCLARYS STANFORD KYeL9 dMl1N11 NN 1N1 N N1-I + I II I JuI + + + tIllll J ++tuIII I I I II Jot I I IIII iii+ LftCES+ aamanl iThis has been and is the greatest Lace season ever known patterns in all kinds of Desirablei been hard to get on large demand We have just receiv ed a new assortment of Laces in Vals Mecklins and the Round Threadi Mesh Lace and are now prepared to i show a wide range of patterns of same at the right prices Also a new line of Combs Beauty Pins Shirt Waist Sets and Hat Pins a I L M RUBY CO tDryGoods Notions Shoes 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY 11IIIfoCtttIIII a ieriorJournaJe Altrtd in the PostOfice at Stanford IU Mtmdclan matter TUXOaSItBD TUESDAYS AND FHIUVX AT SL00 PER YEAR CASK irWaen noto paid 1200 will be charged h NAPOLEON BirtJncklWlmndihlRh WMtlr d b mirtlnotons dam lIIock Unwk who wash Ion of HtlItR tale lie b Pettrle Black lIwk Jd dtn11 by Joy IVcul VJllservomnrcsnt SlO to Insure t living colt TrmlliiK the ntnre forfeits thll kntln nee No responsibility for nccldnnti K P HtunforU K- yINSURANCEII Viie Lightning WInd H10rm Ufe and oel nt None butho STllONaKBT and iKHT OOlllponlellteprecnted IxjwestMos alble Rates lolnglteow- dUncQuaUed Tlllk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Ihone No SJ 35 Farm Mules For Sale All broke and native bred you can see them by calling on He B G Fox Livery Feed I Sale Stable Danville Ky I BD CARTERt Successor to Bruce sit Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFOHD KY Jptdal attention to Commercial Men Your patronage Is lollclted Hone l handled on commission Stock Pena In Connections Two Farms For Sale I wish to sell privately my farm of 170 ssresb miles West of Iuncnsteron the Iezs button ha watertandutlnheroWellD fenced and bulldlaglll1g00d repair Also nn unlmllr d farm of too areJSlng midway between Lancaster and fxaogton pikes Good outlet each nv Well iinced Terms reasonable TIliKKRINU Karksbury Ky Give Me Your Order I Can Please You Why buy rondymnde lothlng whenthere difference In the of high toIKllorT 1 have a handsome line Bprlng and Jemmor goods I can slake front a low price the finest dress suit Also TheIH O RUPLEY the Tailor JDE tJl Traylor DIALXB IK lh1stn Brandu Wines Beer Gloars Etc0 KYGlowProapt ni polite Nothing ttks ts toditak Mall phone crtKerspK orders rclrl oia7t tloctlon I INSURANCE Place your business in the old t rot and strongest company in tho world See and talk with K JI Nowland who will show you the policy best adapted to your ago and circumstances Claims paid promptly Dividends paid annually or defer lid Jl M NKWLAND Agent Mutual Life Insurance Co of N Y Organized 1843 e eeaT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HarnessSaddlery Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Omce Phone 167 Home Phone 39 JLBeazeyCo Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Furniture JlattingaRugs They jrilljexchango Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY KIDDS STORE Mrs Clarence Turpin died of puerpc ral complications last week The Infant survived the mother but six hour The air is resonant with tile monot nous drone of the yearlocusts whichI appear to have vastly multiplied last cycle Tho nervous sufferers who enjoy greater variations of melodi than characterize tom toms and locusts are counting tho days of their nfHictio which coincide with Christs famous fastAn uptodate hustling young farr er who is bossing his first garden In collecting a supply of seeds bought aU the packets of asparagus he could get being especially fond of the vegetab and called for an explanation of his wifes Inordinate laughter when ho displayed the supply with a boast that they would not be short on that delicacy this year Mrs Kato McKinney has gone to Oklahoma to visit her sister Mrs Walker Bell Mayor Mason Popplewell and wife are with friends and relatives in Russell and Wayne counties Horac Bohon was at home a few days lagt week Mr 0 C Root and little daughter of Louisville spent a week with friends In this vicinity Ollie puts in the greater part of his outing as general utility man on the farm and resume city and traveling life with Increase zest after his hard manual work Whilst this neighborhood had not ex perienced the distress so nearly univer sal over the State no farmer or gar dener remembers a more timely rain than the one which broke the late May drouth Every tobacco plant which was large enough to be transplanted is growing in the field The oats Crop has been restored to promise and theunusu ally late garden crops are growing will almost audible luxuriance The straw berry crop was thought doomed to a dwarfed knotty failure but is develop ing nearly a full firstclassyleld Stool is literally wading through pastures to which the profusion of white clover im parts the appearance of a covering of snow The hayseeds stereotyped wail of complaint with conditions are sus pended for a brief spell and a broad in fectious smile of momentary conten prevails Even the developments of universal graft and disregard of laws sacred and profane disturb but little as nature smiles while the clouds weed and the taxpayers urgencies are defer red FARMERS DEPARTMENT L C King sold to Sweeney Morgan a bunch of hogs at 565 J D Eads Is representing E F Spears Sons in the hemp busines hereCarefully collected reports show that the winter wheat yield this year will beat least fair Sir Huon won the Latonia Derby easily defeating Lady of Navarre There were only two starters Foil SALESeveral yearling Polle I Angus bulls and a lot of millet seed J W Baughman StanfordSI have 400 bushels of millet seed I will sell at SOc if taken at once J Nevin Carter TurnersvilleI M D Elmore bought of J M Lair a sow and six pigs for 25 and sold to R C Hocker a boar for 15 Four SALEFebruary pigs extra fine Duroc Jerseys subject to register R H Bronaugh Crab Orchard Ky 3t The Southern Cotton Association bul letin shows the acreage this i Jason to be 27034718 against 2G999191 last year A yearling steer came to my place six or seven weeks ago Owner can get him by paying for this notice and his keep W T Beck near Turners rille Joe King sold his Naboth harness torso to Jason Coffey for 125 Jerry ravens sold Hunn Coffey a combined fox squirrel horse for 1C5 Liberty News Following The Flag When our soldiers went to Cuba and the Philippines health was the most Important consideration Willis T Morgan retired Commissary iergcant U S A of Rural Route 1 Concord N II 8asIII was two ears in Cuba and two years in the hllippines and wing subject to colds took Dr Kings New Dls cover for Consumption which kept in perfect health And now in New Hampshire we find it the best medicine In the world for coughs colds bronchial troubles and all lung stases Guaranteed ut Pennys rug Store Stanford Lyric Bros Crab Orchard Price SIr and Ildal bottle free At the request of the family of the late Representative Robert Adams of hiladelphia the proposed informal escort of members of the House to nc- company the body to Philadelphia was abandoned No funeral services were held In Washington If your stomach troubles you do not conclude that there Is no euro for a great many have been permanently cured by Chamberlains Stomach and ilver Tablets Get a free sample at- W N Craigs drug store and givo Ihem a trial They also curb constipation and biliousness wJ GrAk Deadly Serpent Bites aro as common In India as are stomach and liver disorders with us For the latter however there Is a sure remedy Electric Bitters the great reo Btoratlvo medicine of which S A Drown of Bcunuttsvlllo S C says They restored my wlfo to perfect health after years of suffering with dyspepsia and a chronically torpid liver II Electric Bitters cure chills and fever malaria biliousness lamo back kidney troubles and bladder disorders Sold on Guarantee by Pennys Drug Store Stanford Lyno Bros Crab Orchard Price 50o All mail addressed otheSouthern Mutual Investment Company and the American Reserve Bond Company has been ordered held at tho Lexington postoffice pending an investigation now being conducted by the Postoffice De partment Half a ton of mall is now in the Lexington officePARKERS HAIR DALSAM mesa sad txtuUfles Vtt h lramoM t taiurlnl Never Pslls to Anton Ory JUtr to IM Youthful Cunt ttlUnc ItainhU ASHLAND BROOK iNo inert i Vol A T H IL bred by Kugem Hurl er lleorgetown Ky Ashland Itrook wi fouled IwB solid tiny with left hind loot white itnnd153haudihigh- PKnmlEKHlrd by Brook No Mnrgnnliathirnte2lRt biiiott HtOft 211 Lady J1rook I ha and Running Brook 255 spent lIoo sired DarknlKht No a tho sire of tol nrch- l1j1h12m1f llrlghtllKht ZMWi and Vain 2litt4 dad b Alevone So sr record 2ii7 Ashland llrook11Iat1 IIl1na Wren by Ashland Wllkestflil record 217 the sire of John HUentrr 210 Holly Ti Ire 214 Ahltl1d 1Vllkea shed by lie Wllkes 1719 he by flrorge Wllkes sewn dRIII1Hid Lilly tttl- NoTKAahhllld by Pretender llilard dllm llrook Is a lmnd omu 11 low with iota of substance has it hold wa of going with lots of speod style nnd nctlot Thl should sire some very IIlghln horses Ashland Brook will serves lew out side mures this season at fIS to Insure n Ih Ingcolt nlso stand thu great mule and Jenm Jack Hilly Kevne at for mnres and for Jennets to Inure n living colt IIl1ly lthPrince the sire of Joo lIMckbum clad Ut1I noun Hilly Keene stands full le hand black with white points and us breeder It Unsurpassed ns mule or jennet luck hltcoUI always bringing the highest prices Mart trailed parted with or ored elsewhere foe felts the Insurance and money liecomvs due at the tune of such transaction KING EAGLE iNoM Vol 0 A14Ii It King Eagle Is hand high dark Imy with flowing mane and tall goes nil the gaits with plenty of speed tlennd tlon- 1VDJnRYtHlretl by Iloynl King KM h by On Time 713 he by Htonewnll Jacksot 7i Hoynl Kings 1st dam Mollle Mount avl was by the rioted sire Calib iIi Ixiliu toOFP4 tlllllo 1st dam Hip JiP she Eagle Ulrl1111In by Old King Y- ugle7o 2d data by lied Ilon 8rd dam by Harris Denmark ho by Millers Denmarl a 4th dam by Jim Doll thoroughbred Non King Kagle Is n combined stnllloi a breeder of tine colored nnd high 111d colts nil having plenty of sUe nud atton his colts will show for themmlves Kin Kagle will make the present season of IIat our stable two find miles We t of Htnnford on the Hhelby City pike tit thl low price of lib to Insure n living colt stand the Brent nml Jack JIm Keene sired by the great Hilly Keene Firs din by the Imp John ellomldam by lioecher Jim KtHno Is IBJi hands hlgl black with white olnts n erttit mule Jucl tilt sire of the colt that J K Unire sold lIut Foil for tiafi Jim Keene will serve mare an sit to Insure n living colt For further niirtlviilnrs call on or nddres IAltlthi4t nunT WOOU Phone it itlilg a Htnnford Ky DARE ALL 2086 The combined stallion will make a limited season 1906 al Lawn Mere Stock Farn 2y miles west of Hustonville Kv on he Oradfordsville Hustonville pike near Carpenters Station at SJ5 to Insure a Liv Colt Mares traded or parted with for felts insurance and money becomes due at time of such transaction Lien retained ot colt till season is paid Mares grazed at 8250 a month Grain fed if desired ai reasonable rates Dills must be paid be fore removal of mares Mares entrustec will receive my personal attention but I will not be responsible for accidents or DExcOrtuaFoaled in 015 hand high dark bay with one front and real foot while i tar A model of groat beauty with short back long neck deepwell sloping shoulders and with great style ai one would expect from reading his pedi gree Good bone fine feet and legs wonderful stamina Attractive by halter un der saddle and in harness with that graceful movement that belongs to him by inheritance from a long line of the most famous ancestry of saddle horses the wcrld has ever produced- PElJIGItFESired by Dignity Dare No 1985 Vol 5 A S H n1Ie by Chester Dare 10 be by mack by Black Eagle i he by KingWilliam 67 he by Washington Denmark 64 he by Gaines Denmark 61 he by Denmark FS 1st dam Fannie Me 2739 by Red Squir rel S3 2nd dam Mollie Good by King Wil- lIam 67 3rd dam by Devenporta Oliver Th Dignitys 1st dam by Welchmont 6367 A T H K be by William Welch he by Kysdiks Hamblotonian 2nd dam by Abdallah Messenger 3rd dam by Gills VermontRsaiAnxsIn offering the services of Dare All to the public I take occasion to state without presumption that I have been a breeder and of fancy sad lie horses for 25 years and experience bas taught me to know and appreciate a high class one Dare All is the result of careful painstaking breeding and comes as natural result of mating tht very best mares with the foremost stallions the State has afforded Carrying about 25 per cent of King William blood a greater per cent than my stallion in service in the Slate King William being regarded as proemi lent for fancy saddle and harness horses Dare All sired by the now coming famous Dignity Dare he in turn by Chester Dare following a long list of sires every one a great show horse out of mares that were equally as famous as show mares and his lam Fannie Me ths greatest show mare I ever owned having refused 81000 for her I think entitles him to the careful con sideration of all prospective breeders lies now just being to the saddle taking to the gaits as quick and handy as my I ever bandied I think he will be a grand show horse when finished See biro before booking your mares C C CARPENTER hone in residence Hustonville Exchange For Sale Privately My house acresof n l situated Just outside of town limits on the Somerset pike House has room kitchen and ser vents room good cellar stable and all neceaiary outbuilding Water hydrant In the yard and one for stock J P BAILEY HAVE YOUR colts castrated by T F Gross Crab Orchard Ky the well known cas- trator of horses and horse doctor Phono In Residence Dignity Dare No11W3Vol 8 A 0411 ItMnlingoiiy lacy hlnck point whit on left footMycnrn old avf imiiil high weighs 151ound strong tint IKJIU henry mine find lull oat luick with long crimiv tniHTlng neck will sat In highs mounted shoulders aanddlu horse bend am on run hllll II model under ImlliT nlwny wears blue string In inodul rings womlorfu style Iti harness n show lucre sun Who out year old wore nit honors In ills clan whtTWwr shown nlso the htue tin In switii stake Imriuss rings nt some ngu hu 1 ilyearolil he was shown II tunes sod wor blue etrlngs leas never Iwvii ililiiitcd In fancy Imrncx rings 1ms always laen tho victor let tallloulltn ring as n hre1Ir when shown with three or inoro of hit for ftliv styli nml gtinvrhl confornmtlor and for nil lurpose lie Is n snddle hors with live lUtlnct Knits mat linn nctlni ruckrr goal In two walks and n tile ho per viry 11Olhlllu his trot under saddle iiml In harms urwttullnrounil action us Is reo QUlred for nn tipto lnle sire of high Priced snip hone for middle or harness He Is II sure enough harness horse urucotul stylUI and feet can show eighths In second a SS unit with but little handling did thlt lust fall one yvnr ago after serving Blare In tilt spring He lousstd of ondurfu nerve und sinwl enough to get n trottiT lor Inrallhlmloomto set carriage horses with n kindly dUpo sitkau for all purlons ul n romlly borso II Is the horse to sire parkers tlhh grace fill siibitiiuoe and docility ft has levee givnii up by honemen that hr Is msb of tho most uniform hrwders In Kentucky 1- 1typs his rolls after slret n sorrel colt TIlt most profitable horsu rur thu farmer and small breeder to produce h the horse which serves the widest range 01 othefrom the oldest to the youngest Jl of hi coll have ohli red for and for RII average of t II nnd thw average nge of thou h 2 years and months- IKDinKKKHlmlby Chester here 10 N H It he by lllnck Squirrel W lie hy Black KagleTlhehy Klim Wllllnm e7 h by Washington IHninnrk ol by nnlnit Denmark al he bY nice bone Dmnnnrk V he hv flr dun rlalllIIollthlelbIllOlIl No TII Sit hofe Ityiullcks IlnmlilMonlitn Dignitys Sec cud dam Is by Alxlnllnh Mestengvrl dun by nils Vermont Ith dam Thoroughbred Ihlnont lint dam Pauline by Almon ont MI- TrRMlIhnlt Dare will make the tea son of 101M my stable In Hustonvllle Ky nt IJ3 to Insure a living colt when fooled Mews traded or removed forfeit Insurant and money iHiomes due and must Iw pnlt at time of such trmmictlon Mures graze at SUllltr month and bills to lie Old ha fore removal of mares drain fed dlrednt reasonable rates Marrs entrusted to nu will receive my personal attention but will not In for nccldxnts or es capes hone In residence nt Hiutonvllle Ky U8 tiAlllKNTKH Col Bird 40566 Bay horse fooled IKW Hnd by It V Uinvllle Ky Hired by tvclllnn Ohlef JI7Vi No tlMsire of 2 yeurolds with corth of 13 or Utter by Vclltan Jlllli sire of In lint l full sitter How nn etaitrtof8andInuunolussirofand Zodle IVIIkes sal Hy flnmlxtta Wllkei ivi klre of with records of S better Snu dam Kllle Davis duos of Ixird Hunirnl inA loAn sire of lolIIlIIorlu1 01f7odle WIIke Sat uII1 221 and griiniliim of Ciipt Ohw k 1 ltd Illorj tunle2i5 uidIuiItrhot22i sire of Al ma Hhaw fyty Hy lieu l Wllko S Nu172 sire of ami sir of the dams of Iii Krddnm Kllle hi vis the dam of one pro ducing son nnd grand dam Ixinl Humrnll i lt0ownn I Hell IJI JWnnd Zoo die Wllkes StM lly Alexiuubr Alxlallah t a No lesire of Oofdsullh Maid 211 and others Ith thus by Drorkvtts Ilellfouiider Notg4rcllhuuOhief2X11tired by CVII Inn 212 Utdiim Lady Nornttn JWi dam of Hilly iMcaaro X1 S nnd rflllan thief 7I NorvnlXlOttslrrof OounU s Hvr oloIIIII1ld IIII SonlIl t 2OOl4 and Mother Slid dniiKionyto Idnm of Lady Norwtle 215 und Itow lorlii 127y nnd lull tutor In rinfirtn nl tI dnm off Yat fl lIuHI Irunll ttl nml Sooctorltlt hill III of Nwtor Iloetrlo 222 und Olsw Klfctrlo XiMt nnd ruiiddnmoriVcllliiiihl fXy7W nnd lllllr Mnirro t by liiinlK ttn NIkre I II- hthollrtt living sire lint dlanuNectar dlllll of Jnllcttii 11 t Htf slid IIruIl1 and grand dnm or Ijidy Nor erltc J taS the iliiniDf OC11l1n r heel vntipw22Sector iMilorlnr5iliy Nutwood il t dr8 of gres Ino or brood tour and he ant jsrcuteiit living or dead sire of stood ml homes 4th dnm Ualiitwt thud but fonts Mil fe miles and nil 111 1rll lid dam nf fllMrty Ilttl221 mire of Toiiimy llrltton XIMSi IrrI- cednlal of 1riHiliiloii rill old grand dam silo of UHllletU dam i f lady 1ates22p and hruaeSi and Ncetnrlne or Iwo unit ionto dam of two Hy tluuMMiger hum So 104 sin ti and hl lituahlini have prwlnorll over fl MiKlniii Hyaelnth dnm of Mucea 21sn4 mil out other and urand dams of cherry haft Muscovite t lu hiytibhmlaerrSlr ofai- miihlsdou re hn 11fln11IthdiimCTiiradiimof Dexter XIS Alma f cud one other and Aida dam of Ada II hhre as j Dlotiilor sire of Juy lve i4a- A nnd u others und alno Jidv heater inn of Dexter 1rlnce by American Htar- lire of four nnd dams of 7tlidnm MeKlntry mare dnm of Hhnrk t7 and grit lid danisof Dexter Alum and them ViillnnCliluf Inn very young horse et hI hills of life get with trottlnir record r2iiorbitervsrhmnde when tluy wir hut two yriint old HM was the champion Ire of WorldH Kalr winners In UK Ceullliin 1 hill brother to Jeannetode ell i IIW Ceclllus SIX ll Mite hcil iOlimilniSrtWamlCVell U e iyc Aired b y t uratejt hut igslre let dnm JennnleO i dam ofle- IlilnXIUiJeannetle teen XliW Vclmu I t llUi NllsHlVclim SXIS Oilllllln ndtVcll 1i SSHM liy NiltwcxKl J has sire ilrd greatest Air living or tl nnd thethatrciitost Hire of broiMl mare huts ever ppenivdHefonddam DellliihilamofCiiim 1oIllIJnnhOIIIdIlIllOICliilliinOITilttXll 14 Norvllle 2Bh Kliuncr ti2Ji Kmmerettii K Condition XXi 21751feateorgo 011 a212215 Amelia 1enrsoii l1 Olhr IxiiizlaXiHulreof one dlllllnllli mbruneth dam of lolden Kent Wilby Administrator 210 alma of nevorul Anll dnnhi of many dent non dark of Movelund ih4 and uraiul ilami of Jiy Mnmbrlno Hlr of two 1th dnm h Htnr Davis 8th lain by Tom rowder OVcllInn Is the sirs of In stand nrd time Mid has ono daughter the in of 1II0t likely the youngest morn In tint great hrood mure list Inmlxttn Wllkes Is the rentcit sire of extreme sjieed the world hills rer known Htnnds second us tho greatest re of standard horses nnd Is the Krcntno- tIlrt of stiindnrd horses living Ho was also the chnmplon sire of premium horses nt tho grlIt Worlds Fair In MB Clot II1nl4111111 Inn size llnluli and action III breeding lie Is of the very last and it known to tho trotting world Ills blood nes In every direction trace to thee grlota- tnnlllIt known to tho trotting turf As n aIr he should bo very great Uiil Hlrd will stand nt my stable nt 110 to isuruii living colt Lien retained on nil colts until tendon Is lull Money duo when mare li trailed removed or parted with Not responsible for accidents or cnp l nt tiJSi per month IJHOAUlKNTKK HustonvlllfKy J TROUSERS 1 We have the snappy est line of Gents Trousers in town Prices 100 to 500 4 HOE SAM Dry Goods Clothing Show Hiita and Caps Ladies nml Gents Furnish loge Eta the store that saves you money Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY fe I 1906 a + S H W O J B J C W M J W J II Ornicr 8 II BiuwKs 0 W OAIIUJII W II GUNMIKX L O Qoocit W H It L Ian iter W O WALK Kit J D KotTEit W II HIUNKH J H PAXTO Ht re sollelt 111t of Hunks and Hankers and an iriHtre to nil such ns with saf Hnfcty hose In our vnull fur use ot our from if the do not 1Ii Let us in the 4 I and The of our and our ire at your Oils Etc eel nnd Ky Capital This wiM the Bank of la 1858 then reorganized as tho Dank of In IlflJ and again as the First Baik o In 1882 had practically an uninter for 43 year It Is better now with for and well than ever before In Its career of and Core a right things for Summer Comfort can show you a did assortment the Grays and Serges ofwhich this season Let us clothe you for the Summer days W B Perkins Cr the Lincoln Bank Of Stanford Kentucky 5000000 1500000 DEPOSITS January 24600000 rOFFICERSSHANKS PRESIDENT WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT BAILEY GENERAL BRIGHT CASHIER ROCHESTER CLERK DIRECTORS Stanford Tornersvlllt Prokchnnvllle WajnesburR TIUYUIK QllbertsOrcek HIIHULR Stanford Stanford atnnford oford- We pHtfully necounts Individuals Klrmsnnd Corimrotlons furnish dIlIoU neeommodntlons R- rCOUlhlut Itopotlt Iusluinvrs NE Are detracted interior dec- orationsr properly harmonic aidou bringing jpropcr desired benefit experience facilities disposal Paints Vanishes High Gnule School Supplies Sundries First National BanksStock 50000 Institution originally established Deposit Stanford National Stanford reorganized National having rupted existence supplied facllltlea tramact- lng busicess promptly longand honorable Accounts Indlylduals Fiduciaries porations Solicited ALLAM ROBINSON TWOPIEE SUITS The We splenl of new Blue both are exceptionally goodi IKentucI County national CAPITAL SURPLUS BOOKKEEPER Stanford bnukloglodeni COHORTS about eflcct many IGIBBONS Stanford Officers J nOOKEIt Tres a T Uaieius V Irel- J J MouonRUTB Ohr W IL WEAUENAllt Oho Directors J Reid Danville T Hush StanfordtJ Ifocker McKinneyM U naughman Stanford T P Hill Stanford Jas tLoblDson Uuhble- J II naujthmaD Stanford J M PeUuI Stanford O E Tate Stanford I s I