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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i r V I TIIEINiERIOR JOURNAL 3VOL XXXVtr STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 16 1907 NO 13 J Dakotas Immensity ISir Thomas Lipton at n dinner in Chicago In palsintf Americas bigness said I once heard a Dakotan talk about the big farms they have out there Wo have some sizable fanps ho- said thoughtfully Vca sir pretty sizable Ive seen a man on one of our big farms start out in tho spring and plow a straight furrow till full Then he turned around and harvtStcd back Wonderful said I n On our Dakota farms he went on Its tho usual thing to send young j4marrIed couploa out to milk tho cows bring homo tho milk i Wonderful repented Onco ho said I saw a Dakota farmers family prostrated with grief The women were weeping tho dogs were barking tho children wore squall ing nnd tho tears streamed down tho rnann face as ho got into his 20 tnulo team and droyo oft Where was he going said I Ho was going half way aorow the farm to feed the pigs saldtho Dakotan Did ho over got back I naked Tit aint time for him yet was tho rcplyHomo Magazine CHURCH MATTERS Ilev L M Omcr will preach ht tho Uubblii Christian church Sunday after noon at 230 oclock Hev J M Taylor of the Baptist Theological Seminary preached a good sermon ntthe Baptist church Sunday J morning biJRov J M Taylor of near Washing has been called by tho flop tlAt ehukh conJNltntJon here and ho has accepted Mr Taylor is now at tending tho Baptist Theological Seminary t Louisville and he will bogln iris 4pzatolato next Sunday morning nt Il oclock There will also be services at 7 oclock that evening An experienced teacher says that pupils who have access to newspapers at home when compared with those who do not are better readers better spellers hotter grammarians hatter punctuators and read more under standingly and obtain a practical knowledge of geography in almost half tho tlmo it requires others Tho newspaper If dccidcly an Important factor in modcrtflifo This will not be disputed by any one who has taken tho trouble to fiwcstlgato the matter for himself How to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis are thou who atx habitually constipated t Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures i chronic constipation by stimulating ibo liver and bowels and ruutoros tlio natural action of tho bowels Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nau t IIGIlJOor gripe and Is mild and pleas ant to take IlofuHo substltutos U L lonnyTrampMadami am suffering from indigestion Lady why Im sorry What can do to help you J Tramp Madam you can euro mo instantly by giving mo something to di gest Harpers Weekly Gontlo and Effective A wellknown Manitoba editor writes As an Insldo worker I find Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets Invaluable for tho fouohos of blltousnona natural to don nr life their action l lnggontlo and effective clearing the dljjostlvo tract and tho head lrloo25 cents Samples free at all druggists Hitchcock First Assistant 4Frank General may bo the sue cessor of John W Ycrkea ns Commis sioner of Internal Revenue it is stated as he has an intimate knowledge of the m in Ohio An Indiana man possibly will get another berth for which Hitchcock was slated On 16 chanlos In the local gov crnntent of tho Panama canal zone which will abolish nil tho municipal governments now in existence and re sultin the harmoizing of tho various parts of tho zone will become effective Refusal of tainted money by churches and colleges will bo an im portant factor in restoring public righteousness declared William Jen flings in a speech at Washington under tho auspices of tho Y M C A Former Controller of tho Currency James H Eckels was found in his bed at his homo in Chicago He was head of a bank and connected with numerous largo industrial and financial concerns p Fivo thousand people attended a peace meeting in tho big Christian Sci once temple in Boston Ono of tho speakers was John D Long Secretary of the Navy during tho Spanish War Tho formal invitation to attend tho second Hague conference has reached tho State Department in tho shape of a f noto to Secretary Root from Mr Van c Swinderscn tho Netherlands Minister Mrs Margaret Stone died at tho homo of her daughter Mrs Frank Montgomery in Garrard aged W MATRIMONIAL There are in Now York at the present time 7CC80 more bachelors than spinsters of 20 years and over Rev W B Yandlo preached u splen did sermon at tho Baptist church in Danvillo Friday night from tho text Tho Holy Spirit in Evangelism Mrs Bollo Johnston Burnsidc of Lancaster announces tho engagement of her daughter Willie Belle to L D Jones of Monticello tho marriage to occur at Xho Christian church in Juno Miss Uurnaido has been a teacher in Waynes county schools- A surprise was sprung in school and society circles at Versailles when it be ramo known that Miss Katherine E Huh teacher of French and Gorman at Margaret Hall uhd Frank I Teeters of Garrett Ind had been married in Lexington a year ago this month Mr J Mack Potroy 39 and Miss VI oltla Murphy 33 will be married at tho homo of tho prospective brides father Mr Will Matt Murphy near Kingsvlllc Wednesday Mr Petry Is a son of Mr Adam Petry of the Otten holm section and Is n hardworking honorable gentleman while his bride tobo is both lovable and attractive WHEN THE HEART IS SAD When the heart is sad and lonely All world seems dark and drear All hopes seem to have vanished There cornea no word of cheer My heart seems fettered down With weights as heavy as lead My soul pines for n resting place To lay my weary head All the joys of life have vanished No happincHa but sorrow instead Tho trials of this world seem heavier When the heart Is lonely and sad My heart is sad and lonely And tho pains they cut like a knife And you doubt and dbibollovo me And wrecking and rulnlpg my life I was nut drunk that night was sober as sober could boo I told you the truth dear one So lift this sorrow from me R People have been known to excuse watch dogs for dereliction of duty on the ground that tho dogs might be hard of hearing This excuse ought not to go Dr George Harvoy veterinary surgeon of this city remarked yester day that in his thirtyfive years cxpcrinced ho had never heard of a deaf dog Ills remark led to inquiries among two or three other vctorinarles and not ono had over heard of a dog that could not hear When a watch dog or any other dog does not hear a man that prowling about the house it is because It docs not want to hear Horses aro frequently treated by voter innries for deafness and oven cats arc hard of hearing occasionally but deaf dogs seem to bo unknown in Cleveland at least Cleveland Plain Dealer We have been informed by tho aU thoritioa at the L N freight depart mont that prior to March 31 when tho local option laws as regards shipping liquor Into a local option territory wont into effect 1GO barrels of whisky and 12 carloads of beer were shipped here Figured out at retell prices this amount of wet goods will mean 80000 in round figures to tho saloonists This is for ono quarter only and for tho whole year at the same ratio would be 820 000 And with all this revenue to be spent for something else it does not seem that the license to be imposed on the merchants will be a Very heavy burden Richmond Register EUREKA Yes I Have Found It at Last Found what Why that Chamber lains Salvo euros eczema and all man nor of Itching of the skin I have been aflllctcd for many years wltn skin disease I had to get up rtireo or four timoR every night and wash with cold water to allay tho terrible itching but since using this salvo in December 1U05 tho Itch InK has stopped and has not troubled ntoEldor John T Ong toy Hootvlllo Pa For sale by all druggists In tho suit of tho Trustees of tho Barbourvllle Graded School against B E Parker Superintendent Schools of Knox county court In favpr of tho defendant The Trustees sued Parker for 1180 duo three teach ers for services Parker withholds pay ment claiming that the school Is not being legally conducted An appeal will bo taken i There has nover been a case of I typhoid fever or appendicitis known to de velop where Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water has been used con stantly because it keeps tho whole aye tern in perfect order Do not bo imposed upon Thero are imitation Crab Orchard Salts and Water on tho market ask your druggist for Whites Gen uine Diamond Brand J N Sloan bought a pair of mules at Danville yesterday for 25250 s o NEWS NOTES Paris went wet 282 lIon Jasper W Mull an ajfod citizen pf Bardstown is dead A Michigan roan by tho aid of a phonograph sang at his own funeral At Carrolton Dr Frank H Gaines one of the bestknown physicians In the State is dead Fifteen hundred wood workers arc on strike at Dubuque Iowa They ask a njne hour day and Increased wages Mrs Leslie Carters private car was robbed of 41000 worth of diamonds and jewelry and a small amount of money at Bugg granted the peti tion enlarging tho corporate Hmita of the city of Mayfield which will give the city about 8000 population thrJobulletsnear Beattyville and his death is a mystery although two men have been arrested on tho charge of killing him Cincinnati liquor men are protesting vigorously against tho recent whisky labeling decision nnd an effort will bo made to havo tho matter carried to tho Supremo Court of tho United States Caught by her high heels in a Pan handle railway frog Mrs Charles liar ris of Logansport Ind was saved from death by a flagman who tore her from tho tracks a second before a fast train passed Suit was flied at Jackson by the heirs of Dr D B Cox demanding 90000 damages from Judge James Hargis Ed Callahan Asbury Spicer John Ab ncr and John Smith for alleged respon sibility for the assassination of Dr Cox Ed Stockton of Bardwell is charged with attempting to kill his uncle J F Stockton and the latters wife whom he boat lobo insensibility with the butt and of a Winchester rifle saturated her clothing with kerosene and then ignited It i fcJlnt Roosevelt delivered the prlrfeipal address nt the unveiling in Arlington cotnoUry of a monument to the memory of tho dead of the Rough- Rider regiment In the SpanishAmer ican War Tho widow of Capt Capron who fell at Guoslmas designed the stone Calvin Buslc his wife and three sons are in a serious codition at Middlosboro as the result of taking overdoses of a popular patent medi cine Samples of tho medicine were distributed there and the Busio family took a large dose and were taken violently III At Evansville Ind Mrs Mary E Dodge a native of Shelby lIIe Ky aged 94 years is dead Her husband who survives her was pastor of the First Presbyterian church in this city lice ancestors were banished from France In 1CS5 by the revocation of the edict of Nantes In the Montgomery circuit court five men were convicted and sent to the pen itentiary within one hour Tom Gab bard of Mercer county got five years for horse stealing Columbus Jones four years for obtaining goods under false pretenses and three boys got three years each for grand larceny- In his opening statement to tho jury at Lexington sworn to try Bill Britton on tho charge of murdering James Cockrill A Floyd Byrd of tho prose cution admitted tho alibi relied upon by Britton and conceded that ho was not with Curt Jett at tho timo of the- murder but contended that Britton- took part in the conspiracy and was present in pursuance of tho plan to kill CockrflCured of Rheumatism- Mr Win Henry of Chattanooga Tonn had rheumatism in habit arm The strength scorned to have gone out of tho muscles so that it was use loss for work to ho says I applied Chamberlains Pain Balm and wrapped the arm In flannel nt night and to my relief I found that the pain gradually loft mo and tho strengh returned In three weeks tim rheumatism had disappeared and has not shied rev turned If troubled with rheumatism try a fow applications of Pain Balm You are certain to ho pleased with tho rollofwhioh it affords For sale by all druggists Public Warning We shall uot be responsible if any person takes any but tho genuine Fo toys honey and Tar for coughs and colds Imitations are worthless and may contain opiates Tho genuine Foloy s honey and Tar In tho yellow package udntalnos no opiates and Is safe and sure G L Penny April smiles and opt we trot In our beat arrayed To bo drenched as like as not By the tricky jade Hurrlcdbuslno9s men worried moth ers who do not taRe tlmo to oat and dyspoptlcof every ago and condition will find relief In Mlona stomach tablets Fifty cents a box nothing if they fall G L Penny IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Arthur R Scott is dead at Danville Dan Hargis imaged citizen ofScience Hillis dead Mrs Prudie Spalding Carlile widow of Charlio Carlile Is dead at Lebanon Dr Acton who has been practicing medicine at Science Hill has located at London Albert Bottoms store in theyWestern part of Mercer burned Ho carried 1000 insurance Green Parker agedabout 55 was found dead in n briar patch near his homo at Pine Hill Rockcastle county ITlie jury returned a verdict of two years in tho case of Joe Norton for the killing of lames and Harlan Arnold in Rockcastlo At a Meedting of tho Mercer County Medical Association movement was started to establish a public hospital in Harrodsburg i Miss Mary Hogsett of Danville who was dropped from the Internal Revenue Bureau roster a little less than a year ago on account of ill health has been reinstated The advertisement of Dock Gray tho beautiful Shetland pony stallion of Jas C Reid will appear next issue He will make tho season at the barn back of the St Asaph Hotel at 10 to insure G B Sayers proprietor of the Gold en Rule store at Richmond was robbed of 2900 Two men entered his bed room and after beating and cutting him severely took tho money which they found In his trunk B G Patton of the Bryantsville section of Garrad county lost his barn by fire with all its contents consisting of 100 barrels of corn farming imple ments and a large quantity of hay There was no insurance The Fiscal Court of Clay county has provided for the construction ora macadamized turnpike from Manchester to tho Clay county border provided Knox county will meet it with an ex tension from Barbourville John Will C01yerof near Totevllle Pulaski county was drowned in the Cumberland river Ho andanother man wero in a skift working with some logs when tho boat capsized Colyer drowned and his partner got ashore safeMrs William McCarley formerly of Lancaster died at her homo in Parks ville after a lingering illness from tu berculosis She w fS the daughter of late James Underwood and leaves a husband and seven small children She was about 35 years of age Maco Wilson for many years a mail carrier was fined 50 for bringing whisky into Harrodsburg a local op tion town Wilson took a wagon load of negroes to Lawrenceburg where each got a gallon of whisky and brought it back with him to Harrodsburg Joe Pervis was arrested at his home in Jackson county near Clover Bottom brought to Richmond by Deputy Sher iff George Crawford and placed in jail charged with murder It is charged that Pervis shot and instantly killed William Gay on the day he was to wed a Miss Gabbard The arrest of Clay Thomas in Owsley county on a charge of murder and his admission that he shot and killed Jesse Abner near Beattyville several days ago developed tho fact that another death is to bo charged to the Hargis Cockrill feud Tho man arrented claims he shot in selfdefense The Fiscal Court of Garran fixed tho county levy at 50 cents 25 cents being for the repair of tho turnpikes It was also decided to call an election to vote on the issuance of 7500 worth of bonds to repair tho courthouse Anapproprl ation of 100 was mado as a part of Garrards contribution to assist in paying for a Kentucky exhibit at the Jamestown Exposition Tho General Secretary of tho United Society of Christian Endeavor William Shaw announces that Vice President Fairbanks will address the Twenty third International Christian Endeavor Convention which will bo in session in Seattle July 10 to 15 Hia subject will bo Our CountryIts Problems and Fairbanks Vice President of the United States and Representa tive James E Watson of tho Sixth Indiana district were members of a largo class that was initiated into the mysteries of the Knights of tho Mystic Shrine at Indianapolis Truman S Woodward an instructor in chemistry in Princeton University nearly bled to death as a result of an explosion of a quanity of ether in a glass receptacle in tho chemical depart mentSenator Dick announced in Wash ington that ho Is going to Ohio to take an activo part in campaign now opening and that he will tako tho part of Foraker fighting to the best of his abilityEmployerWhose funeral do ycu want to attendllOffice BoyDe umpires Homo Magazine BUYAn AllWool S Griffon 1 Brandf Guaranteed Suit for- Spring and- Summert ORIPFON BRAND THE KIND THAT FITS WELL SAM RBINSNo ATtEOO1H t IOUnl q Rais rs Iphavcl94receieed consignment u TU PGCDS Call Mi1 cxiintiue thvtu PUfUNA POULTRY FEEDSa- rc nmiitnre of over a dorcn varieties 01 arum andseeds They contain brolutely no grit which makes noburntens will thrive upon this fcuilitn no prJrI1cticdask or a sample of it FUR SALE BY W H HIGGINS Stanford Ky DE i IATCHETS I DEFjfMMEf S ISAWS DEifiLES J J Stock ICall E TPENCE ijad You Thought of This Ifa spark should blow under your old dry shingle roof hud you thought- of the consequences and what it might mean to you If you have a TIN ROOF thero is no danger from fire starting on the roof and it will last twice us long us guy shingle you can get these days and cost very little more Give me tv trial null I will please you SeH ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentuckyv Tinner and Plumber w The Interior Journal E c WALTON tJ T ROBERTS Yleiiiudliliitn for Magistrate In till Cmb District luhJect to tho notion of hit dumucrntlcpnrtyJOHN cOllnlIIuhlcl 1IM BRUCE r011111IuhJecl c t party JAMES C HAYS counlllIubJECI c party Tim first gentleman to announce his candidacy for speaker of the next House of the Kentucky Legislature which will convene in January 1903 is Hon William Jennings Gooch of Simpson county who has just been renomi nated for the third time without opposition by the democrats of his county The writer had the honor to servo with s Mr Gooch for two terms in the sessions of 1901 and 1906 and with great pride he can say no legislator stood f higher in tile estimation of the members than Mr Gooch Ho was floor leader for two sessions and in that capacity showed himself to be a wise and conservative one and always was just and fair to his brother members winning the admiration of all by his gen tlemanly demeanor and courteous treatment His experience and knowledge of State affairs which ho has given much of his time and thought better equips him for the high position that he aspires tospeakerthan any one we know of Having such a high personal regard and genuine love for Mr Gooch we can only wish for him that success which he so richly deserves and tha- is heres hoping he may win the speak ership as easy as he did his third nomi nation without opposition A Time unexpected has happened again At least nine out of every 10 men thought that Harry K Thaw slayer of Stanford White would be acquitted but thats where they were wrong The jury hung seven being for a verdict t of murder in the first degree and five for an acquittal on the ground of insanity It is claimed that the un written law had no part in the jurys deliberations but the question considered was whether or not Thaw was sane when he shot White Thaw now faces a long summer in prison as he will not be tried again until the October term of court if at all and Grandstand Player Jerome has announced that he will strenuously oppose any application for bail The jurys failure to agree will have no effect on public opinion and the great majority will continue to believe that Thaw should have been given a chromo when he slew the professional debaucher of young women rather than punishment for doing that which should have been done when White begun his hellish work HON JOHN W YERKES has resigned as Commissioner of Internal Revenue which place he has held for severs years He will enter the practice of law in Washington having become as If sedated with an important firm in that city Mr Yerkes resigned partly on account of his health but also largely on account of the fact that his recom mendation in the distribution of offices rf in Kentucky has not been as highly regarded as his position would justify His succestpr has been named by Secre tary Cortelypu but has not been an nounced Under no circumstances will Mr Yerkes accept the republican nomination for governor of Kentucky TilE lawless situation in Christian and adjoining counties is becoming more acute Masked night raiders are forcing farmers to join the tobac association and mattersco growers are in even a more chaotic condition than during the infamous turnpike raids a number of years ago The success of that movement is an incen tive to the lawless class to push their operations but it is hoped that the courts and the law abiding people will said the Governor in restoring order A few misguided men must not bo permitted to bring further disgrace upon the State tooktBrownsville President Roosevelt is to r be presented a jeweled big stick by the citizens of that place The large walking cane is made of Mexican coffee wood equisitely carved It will be forwarded to the President in a few days with this inscription A Big Stick for Teddy to Make the Senate Committee Give Brownsville a Fair Showing CONGRESSMAN HUMPHREY of Missis sippi in an interwiew in Washington says John Temple Graves is suffering from como form of dementia and declares that the South while friendly to President Roosevelt is not ready to cast its vote for him in the next election Time Greater Louisville Exposition advertisement worth many givli1g times Louisville that amount Tim lower branch of the New York Legislature evidently wants tho poor man to get a share in the sport It has passed a bill limiting the amount of money that a candidate may spend in to break into an office OOO1Forwhich is but little more than six months salary at the new rate A KANSAS man aged 102 is grievI ing himself to death because ho fears ho will not live to vote for Mr Roosevelt again As the election is but one and a half years off and as he is sure to be n candidate again the old follow should cheer up and help the multimillionaire corporations to defeatI TilE pictures furniture and decorai tions belonging to Stanford White who was killed by Harry K Thaw brought 177377 at public sale in New YorkI city Verily all the fools are not dead yet POLITICAL The men charged with bribery in the recent whisky election in Lebanon werA held over to the grand jury James H Seeley has been appointed postmaster at Titus Laurel county and James R Mullins at Weed Adair coun tyA resolution that Roosevelt should make way for Bryan for President in 1903 was adopted by the Missouri Legislature after tabling a resolution laud RooseveltWilliam in his paper tho Commoner prints an editorial urging the National Dcmocrcy to consider a Southern man as its candidate for the presidency in 1903 A bill has been introduced in the Wisconsin Legislature to compel women of means to support invalid husbands The bill is aimed at rich wives of old soldiers in veternnshomes- Within 10 minutes after it adjourned sine die the Texas Legislature was reconvened in special session by Gov Campbell to pass certain laws regulating corporations which he desires on actedGeorge L Perryman of Adair county has announced his candidacy to represent the CumberlandAdair district in the lower House of the Kentucky Legislature subject to the action of the Republican party Gov Patterson of Tennessee vetoed the AntiJug Bill giving as his reasons that interstate commerce made the law ineffective and would simply discrim inate against Tennessee dealers without preventing the consumption of wihsky Representative Tawney of Minne sota thinks the difficulties of building the Panama canal have been somewhat exaggerated and advances the prediction that at the present rate the ditch will be completed in five years Democratic Congressmen in WashIng- ton are not falling all over themselves to indorse the idea of Editor John Tern sic Graves that Bryan should place Roosevelt in nomination for the pres dency at the next National Democratic Convention John Temple Graves is trying to advertise himself at the expense of Mr Bryan His suggestion that the Democrats nominate Roosevelt next time and that Mr Bryan make the nominating speech is nonsensical and jack assical Frankfort Journal Mercer county democrats will hold a primary June 1 to nominate a candidate for Representative The only candidate is Glave Goddard and if no others announce the committee will meet again May 18 and declare Mr Goddard the nominee The question of the much discussed dog tax law enacted by the General Assembly of 1906 was formaly brought before the Court of Appeals Saturday by an appeal from the judgment of the Carter Circuit Court where the act was declared unconstitutional Judge M M Redwine who during the legislative session was the representative from thocounties of Carter was on the bench and ruled the new act unconstitutional Strange as it may seem Judge Red wine was one of the most ardent advocates of the measure when it passed the House and made a speech in its favor when it was offered TilE other candidate un withdrawing Hon Will II Shanks was given the- mination on the democratic ticket to make the race for representative of Lincoln county Mr Shanks a young man of splendid ability and integrity and his party will never have cause to regret action in giving him tho nomination Lancaster Record An Insidious Danger One of tho worst features of kidney trouble is that it is an insidious disease and befiro tho vk tim realizes his danger he may have a fatal malady Take Foleys Kidney Cure at tho flrst sign of trouble as it corrects Irregu larities and prevents Urlghts disease and diabetes G L Penny Miss BernieRoss was burned to death near Fulton by her clothes catch ing fire from a pile of burning cornstalks whooPing Cough I havoSiBcd Chamberlains Cough Remedy in my family In cases of whooping cough and want to toll that It Is the best medicine I have yonI usedrW F Gaston Posco This remedy is safo and riuro For sale by all druggists wyxe eirN- Here and There Baltimore rectifiers made a pilgrim age to Washington to ask that the new labeling decision be held upor if it is not that it be tested in the courts before being enforced Owensboro is in the middle of the hottest political fight it has over had the issue being the question of open saloons Both sides have money and- each is confident of winning The election will be held on Saturday when a large vote is expected About 300 representatives of differ ent sections of the country are expected to attend the meeting of the Na tional Bill organization at the todayIkilled in Lexington while resisting arrest Two patrolmen raided a crap game and Hughes fought the patrol men While one of them was wrestling with the Negro both officers fired and each bullet found a vital spot in the Negros body Brigham Young will ttnml the xin I imllo Jack lirlghnm Young tit my pine on the ilutonttlls rooks miles from Mtanlord ut Jrun to linn re n living colt W II A Nice Home for Sale I desire to ll my ami lot In trnb OrulmnltS room one urn of laud Oood burn ami nil necessary outbuilding NVw nml In good shape Abundance ol etegitnt fruit wrilonleeklxtalt J U HTKKNIIKIIUKN Cmli Orchard 1 AGEY ILIvory Stablos Food and Solo Firstclass rill ut reasonable rates Kvery rill new or Ht A nih lioUirmnnforaky Vlioiio ITS unnT F Irons of Crab Ordinal Ky the well known mitrator of Hones rattlf etc li now icadv to serve lilt old friends nnd hulato uinkn ninny now onto If you have n horse or mule to cas trate siivc the work for Iron ml have It done right He also n moves big navels at the rensonnhlo price of gUSu to P lid mtikf specialty of rnttrnt Ing Itldgllngs Phone In Crab Or chard Exchange Skating Rink Crand Opening atIDanvillo Thursday April 18th There will IKJ skating from 7 to 10 after which there will ben Grunt Hall Fine Music Good Floor Cour teous Treatment Refreshments Gun era admission 15c skating 20c Beau Naboth 45006 fly Nnboth IMlntdam Nom naiighmnn iy Xorvnl Kta IK Nora Itnugli nutns Ut dRill beta J by MetroK lllnil 1372 ion of Itambletonlun 2nd dam Jow II1t bin or 1nrllwty4119ntdniMary Wither by Oil ver thoroughbred 4th dam by Wagnrr 6th dnlll lm ortril Trunby eth dam by Thornton a Itnttlnr llwiu Nuboth Is u bund Mjine lay landing 1JJS hnndi of rent spcfd stylo nnd action and of perfect con formation anti unit lire Inn iluiwn his ubll 11710 reproduce hlsiUnllliea It will lie seen that Beau Nnlioths pedi grin goes buck to Klcctloneer on Inth sire and dUIIIs side and also on dnins sldx to the most desirable thoroughbred crosses Will iitand at burn of Mr Felix White IX mile south of Stanford near Homersetplku nt SUIro INHITIIK A II VINO COIT 51onc5duebred olMwhero The best iwrsoiml enre taken though no responsibility for neat dent or escapes J M IKTTtTs Htrtiifonl Ky Chester a The great combined trillion will make the reason of 1W7 ut my stable milt from Me IJnuev Oil MeKlcney Irhltllllmrllllk- lit TO INrtlllK A LIVING HOLT Moil vy payable when colt la foaled or In every ciiKe where mare Is parted with or bred to another borne Chester HII n very dark chestnut sorrel 9 years old lK hand n model In form with plenty of speed In trot and rack nt lOUt chili possemlng that wonderful style characteristic of tin Chester lire family which tho world acknowledge us iuH rlor to nil us allow horses Chester H hnsproren oll1nllrromIKIIKIKKK Hired hv Dnro Jtf- armbyIulegruph2nddiuitby Hippy Hired l Iler Brd dam by Vermont Chester Hdttm has n wldu reputation as breeder and show mart At nametlme And place will hand three good mule jacks at to Insure it living colt Money due us with hunt Theo Jacks oral no advertising In or around ilcKln pruvuutheutolvvecondbreeders their colts selling lit top prlctJlI a lid wearing blue strings All care taken to prevent accidents but nut responsible should ally occur It HcriiUKH MeKlnney Ky lIRIBBlf PENCE Undertakers ard Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pets Druggets Rugs Mattings Pic ture Frames Shades Lace Curtains dud WnllPaper off Mr E T Beazley has charge tho Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 0 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 1GG or 133 J Farm for Sale or Rentl Oood fnrmot Sin acres near TnrnersvUlo for sale or rent Nice new residence nnd all Terms JIlct pYlvnTeVTdtiress jV ooVKlYUor bin K or on Bower ou thu pia C- INOTICE1 LiltAll ono needing n tin km Jack nndJWIre can lento their order with T Newlnnd ut Stanford lie hat out hn will show you and take your order and wilt till the same on short notice n TLUN- HFOUIiTEymvEV Mothers Natures for the Ills of Mankind Pain Killer derm Destroyer IJIviiM linn Uhor lllnod Vllnllter Health und HtreiiRth Itoktorer N II Bogio Markabury Kentucky ciencrnl Agent Billy Breckinridge The fin black lackKith white points good fet and xtra will make tue ifiivm of lit my tarn nt rwwTti IXHtMiK A MV INtl 11111 Thi Jack w liTtd and ntlMtt by ttuj John II Ilurrls of Madlnon mid he has proven his breeding to tie good I will also stnnd n line Uranium middle stallion nt ttJM TO JNHtW A MVINtl OOIT Thin hone Will strrd Mr Klljuh layers fninouK old l rvnnon that IIM pro ducal more saddle cult than any opt horse 10 Ills age Conu and c iiirm nnd If yon nre tiling not Jilwifvd It will not TlttI11114- itILwrtOru kKy BLACK HAWK Coming 5 year old hunts Nine black with white point IU bunt high wilt serve Jen iiimit tliUM for jack colts I10ii for jennet colts mnrexnt PUD to Insuron Ilehtg rolU Mania with forfeits Innuriinee Im tart ntp201lwrItuanlt Sot rexuill IftucoldenU should say occur nil nail 111 my jacks and their Jack colti ns well I run low you what my jack anti do nt I go on the Mlsnotirl tikeshow you tut end telling you I will In show ing nil iniilo jack and Jennet colln I will nl o stnnd toy Jnok IVyton for trt to insnrti n llvlim oolt on sumo terms HI llliick Hawk lllulutrvu u few mares hlllpdonelhltrt1orttbmd Morgan Denmark Title noted stnlllon will make the present Atuitonnt M It KillMtllkk tuhleianllie lean ca ter A Ittinvlllerond tutor Hubble KyMat till low price of rut to Insure n living colt This noted tnl linn has morv Denmark 1101 tItan III living tnlllun nl will I seen by trading his pedigree Mprins JII nark was sired by the lIul stnlllon On Time whoso iKtlliirpe tracer lwickto luq orb- It Hedjiefonl Morgan IVnmnrks dam Will one or llla host addle uul10w mnreln Klllllucky Hhll wn Iln1Iby Htonewall Jackson whoe e trace Imrk to tmiKirteillledgefonl Mar RIIII JklIIlInrk tllll dUIII Will 3nl ditto Mb4cldess4ttlnutby Trnnsby tannin Denmark u n dark tar high und U heavy built lll welgt- ft 11Ullltl Mares kept nt fife n week not responsible for escapes or nccldenuJ- AMKH XleKrrjixir Hubble KII J K BAUGHMAN hack Jack with white points by Tnrk Ingtons NaiMileon UIi hind mid hlllroT1II ngrent breeder of sugnr tnules will land nt 110JOHN nUn known ns the Want Coclirnn lark hack with white points IK hand He U known by nil who laIvt rnlstrl nnd handled hllnlllllA for his oxtm breeilliiB He will Ui ml ut MENEFEE 11tlIlyorstand nt f7 Money duo when colt Is fouled or mare traded or parted with or Imnl toiitlnT lok Mnres grnuHl ut St per mouth Cnru tuken to prevent accidents but not responsible gould any occur Hue this stock and tt cir colts before you breed HO IKTTUM Irenohorsvllle Ky L KING EAGLE No 95 A Vo16t H It lln Knglo Is lei hands high dark bay with flowing mane anti tall gous ull till gait with plenty of speed style ami natio- nlrnatuatHlrttl by Itoynl King Gal 1OnTitnia7III he by Htonewall Jackson 1 1I0 1st ilnm loltli Mounts Jjl wit h1 the noteil lire lIhII Irxing tOIlt Emgic Ll dnni 11111579 she- rh Kiiglo JllrJ lUll he by Old KIng ISnat e 1311 data by Ited IlonSnl lain by llnrris Denmiirk It by Miller iHnmark U 4th ly Jim JlillttlioroughbreihX- OTK Klim Ie Is n combined n brewler of lute colored nnd hlgli 11IIl- 1colunll II1I1IHK or else anal neloll his cult will ebow for themselves King Eat Kle will make the present scnoon of nt our stnblu two one tulles West nfonbaltlpeMhetbvily dkenlIlia low Irice of UiTU tIVINOCOLT NllIalto atnnti the great innk Jilt- eINKlrrl the great Hilly Karate Klrnt dent by the Imp John Wells cud darn- llMeher Jim Keenols I5j hands high tick with white olntsn great muln Jn k Jim Keenuwlll serve turns nt 810 TO IN HCKK A MVINU CUI- PASHLAND BROOK No 41TM1 o117 A T11 H bred by Kiitfene Buck er Oeorgetown IUIIANtI IHtOOK w foaled Ittll solid with left hind foot white stnnds 18JJ hands high P6nlaIIE6Hlnrl by Hlketit Brook No rayon ltettln slat of llIrllfIJIIIrookUI 4111i7 liellbrook917JennluBrookdY la ItrIInrklllllhttWy IIrl Mlnd hy AlcIIIH No xti record 7 ohlnnelllrookM bit hull Iluna Wren by Ashland Wllken M reconl lIln1trho slreol John It lentry ttv Hume I116 i Ashland Wllkex sired fy Ited Wllkes he h Iieor a Wllkes nut ditto Hide by Iretviuier list and dam by Jim Monroe KU NOTE Ashlnnd llrook Is hnnilsomo fel tlr totntwitIti lots ofspocil etylnnd nctWilY Thllcolt should sire ante very Idgh alns lirook will ervanfun nul remnrcetldeeuount1ISTU JNHIJltK A 1IV1NUOUIT Will alto stand the rent omit anti Jennet Jack JJIMW KEENlntpbfor mnres nnd J for unnats TO 1NHUIUS A IIVINO COUP Illlly Keene wan strait by Tom Kccmtlftt uiini h the Imp rnlcrino 3ml dam h Levi Hubble1 Irlncv thu slro of JOt lluckhurit thud lirlgnollii llllly Kneno dtands full hiinds black With white IlOlnllllllCl1I811 breeder is uIlAurplId nti Jack llsMluretrnuidpartItInblahestprlces thy Insurforfeitsed or nncu nnd monuy becomeii duu nt time of such trunsuctlo- uorlurtltcrpnrtlculnrcull on or address K T uAimifl I ROUT WOOPH bone 72ltlbS5 Htnnfonl Ky liy IXTRGOOD This is not Teddy IlooseveltVi tear nor his lays nnd as Teddy boye wear Extra Good Clothes to do thaw boys and HI dues IIlJrlnIl J trnIGood lays of this section Wear tho Extra Good brandsold liy I H J McROBERTS J STANFORD KENTUCKY In Illnc Serges double breasted or Norfolk style with plain or Knickor backer paints greys and plaids ilhor without belts sailors Itussiuu blouses etc The patterns are GOOD the ntylea ideal tj II BRIGHTEN UP I Good Paint is not an ex pense but a paying invest ment There is no better Paint than S W P and few as good Come in and talk it ove- rPENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky ONLY THE BEST OUR MOTTO l TRADE eApKILYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists At this scnson of tho year we recommend nrcordlng to our motto Only the Pest for lyneeChocolateqed fills ror the Liver and Htonittch 1t lO rile catch 1Vh pay more or nib on7 We arc solo agent Jo r the Orllllllll lrlual a Uoldell Je Nn hl pOlltlIItullrllllteo by us alu nccortlltlll to our motto Only the lust florarnlnuloted orVlllhTAs n dressing for Horun of nil kinds uneq- ualedPoint Your House i 1of1TrySTANFORD DRUG CO i pn i I rr Shades I We carry lilt tllo best Colors in Window S laded 2lia to 76c Slciul attention to extra 1le6r oxtra long Shades Portierres Big line of Ioratan und Rulnnn Stripo Portiurroe 5200 to S OO per pair SEVERANCE STANFORD KENTUCKY I Arrtolal Kv Arnii 1C SUNSHINE Finish will n make furniture look like new Pennys Store GronmjPwimETON PERSONALS is clerking j M McCarty Mns C M THOMSON of Fayette with tho homcfolks here Miss CAHKIE FRITH of Hrodhcad with the Muses OBannon J F Coop of Lexington spent day at his farm on Dlx river Mn L M lltlCY spent several with hl6 parents at Somerset Mns MARY HUNTBB of Crab nrd was thu Ktieat or Vise Lizzl I Ion Mix W A CARSON who has laid up with rheumatism is able to out TUB Current Events Club will with Mrs P M MoUoborts next day Mil S T llAimis who has it down sick for several days is TEVIB CAUTBNTHII spent Miss Molllo Crooks at 1MISS AND loins W 0 SPKED went I Tenn to visit Mr and l D S McKinney Miss JOAN HUOHANAN of Crab art was on yesterdays train from Ixilsvlll Lurrtt ANNIE ROBINSON is at Sanitarium very ill of typhoid Somerset Journal MRS WIUJAU SEVERANCE and Virginia Pickctt are visiting mother In Shelby Mn W J DOZIER of Miss has joined his wife and at Mr B T Pences- KRV JOSEPH SEVERANCE of fort is hero with relatives He is lighted with his new home Miss KATIE WARRBN of tho set Times Is here with her Mr and Mrs Walter Warren MRS MARY ADAMS and Miss Adams spent Saturday and Sunday Lebanon friends and relatives MRS 0 L HANKY who has been guest of her sister Mrs Cicero I holds has returned to her homo at Ington MRS W 11 SHANKS will j tho Young Married Peoples 1I illclock Club on Friday evening next ut 8 14 DR D L FRY formerly of place but now a resident of f I T was on Fridays train en Kirksville Mn A It WALLACE of Shelby spent sev4fal days with his mother J sister here lie says ho is much ed with his new home Miss KrrriB NKWIIURN of I ville took tho train hero yesterday Louisville where she has gone to I paro herself tQ be a trained nurse i MRS NELUB BRADY has from Paint Lick whero she has nursing Mr James Doorcs who but who isvery ill of pneumonia ilesclng SHELTON of IfhasmovcdtoCorbmsoas to be Mier son and Her friends in this section give her up 1much regret MRS W J SPARKS of Mt will arrive today to bo tho guest Mrs L R Hughes They will go L Somerset Wednesday to visit Mrs HJ BethurumMiss JAms BAKER who visit to Miss been on a rio Harkins at Proatonsburg hero last night en route to Mt and is with Mrs L U Hughes MR WALKER McKiNNEY and daughter Nancy Katherine of ford joined Mra McKinney who with her sister Mrs S M hero yesterday State Journal MR C M BECK of Hustonville hero with friends Mr William Kechnie of Marcellus was tho his brothers Messrs A R and R McKcchnieWnyno County AND loins J NEVIUS Mr Jesse D Wcaren and Mr W of Lancaster and Mr 1Mrs Ncvius of Winchester attended of Mr Edgar M Nevius Miss SALLIE TAYLOR WOODS has been visiting MISS Elizabeth 1 Allen at Millersburg returned Yesterday Several card and were given In her while Little Margaret Allen returned homo with her MR JOHN NEVIUS of Lebanon JuneI lion attended the burial of his broths hero Sunday JOHN PHILLIPS of tho Shelby Clty section sends us word that ho has n t4 girlat his homo Inspectorforbnen In the May wood section buylnj spokes LOCALS BROT hick feed at Singletons ALL fancy groceries atcu9t K Warner Co FOR RBNT Cottago on Mill Street J H Baughman Co ORiuaK torn to for sale EdHubbanJ StnnfordI FOR SALE Fivo ear IGham horse mule Sid Myers Stanford I HAVE a splendid lot of buggy har nose al all prices J C McClary WE have a IIple lino oCfillhlng tackle and bas0 ball goods Stanfor Drug Co- IIFASF bring back tho skate keys you havo taken from tho opera house Stanford Rink Co PICK your Spring suit from our stock Well show you tho largest assortment Cummins McClary G W LUNSPORI has opened a gen oral merchandise store on the Huston vide pike just beyond tho cemetery MR JAMIE R NBWLAND has pur chased an uptodate popcorn and pea nut roaster and will havo It ready to servo the public in a few days Tilt person who took a pair of 1430 skates from the opera house some time ago will please return them tonight Thoy aro needed Stanford Rink Co THE old directors of tho Crab Orch and Fair Racing Association will race at Crab Orchard this afternoon at 2 o clock to dccido whether or not they wil hold a fair there this year ON account of tho bad weather Sat urday afternoon tho horso show nt Hustonvillo was postponed until tho nf ternoon of Saturday next when a largo number of horses will probably bo 01 handNEwsoitMrs William Ncwsom who was sent from tho Highland sec tion to tho Lakeland Asylum a yea ago died there a few days since ant was burled at Mt Moriah church at Highland Friday Sho was a Miss Rogers and is survived by her husband who now lives in Pulaski IN this issue will be found the an nouncement of Mr John J the Gilberts Creek section for JailerI Mr Moser is n son of Mr William Mo ser and is n hardworking honorable gentleman and a democrat from tho crown of his head to tho sole of his foot Ho has always taken a keen in terest in politics in Lincoln and JiM al ways supported the regular nominees of his party doing what ho could to promote its interests Mr Moser has a large relationship as well as an in ilucntial ono and ho will bo a formid nblo candidate no doubt in tho raco when It is pulled pit- NEvtusEdgar M Ncvius who died from the effects of n fall while in tho employ of tho Galveston Texas fire department was buried here Sunday af ternoon after funeral services at the home of his mother Mrs Mattie No vlus by Dr Wm Shelton His widow who was n Miss Sparrow of Marion and three children two boys and a girl and a brotherinlaw Mr William Sparrow accompanied tho remains to this place Mr Noviua was 33 years old and was a resident of Hhis place until somo six years ago Ho was an exceed- Ingly clever kindhearted young roan and was well liked by all who know him Ho had been a member of tho Baptist church since his childhood treat sympathy Is felt for his widow and children and tho mother sister and brothers May tho giver of all good and perfect gifts comfort and sustain them in the hour of their great bereavement It was not while ho was fight ng tlamca that Mr Novlus met with tho accident that cost him his life The fire had occurred 24 hours before anti ho and another member of the firo company had been sent up a high ladder to jet some papers out of a vault The ladder broke and they tell to tho round both sustaining fatal Injuries Carpets 81 Our lino of Carpolf for the early hotiioclcaiiera is very coiuplto Mat tings 124c tb SOc Ingrain Carpets 25o tp75u Brunei Carpets 07c to 8110 Brussels Vohotawl Arnlinster1ruggols 0x12 size 81000 to 824CO Y Big line of 27 melt and 80 inch Hugs SON WANTED A nice lot of country lard hams and sides T D Newland SEVERAL sharesofflyle Nations think stock sold at auction at Danville yesterday at 155- CBLERRATION + ATTIIF BAPTIST CHURCH IN GRAB ORCHARD Tho Odd Follows of Crab Orchard Lodgo No lOS will celebrate the 89th anniversary on tho night of April 2Cth beginning at 830 oclock Bro William Henry Warren of Barbourvillo who has been twice around the world will bo with us and address tho crowd Ho can talk Odd Fellowship from experience Como and hear him you will enjoy his talk Do riot miss it Invitation extended to KITim rural route to tart hero May lath will go out by W H Tray lors distillery and Goshen and then around by Preacher vlllo pike by Row land This will prove a great eonven fence to tho people along tho route but it may bo tho cause of tho post olfice of Prcachersvlllo and Rowland being discontinued eventually It costs Untie Sam heavily to maintain these rural routes and if the patrons aloof them want them continued they should patronize them as liberally as possible If there is anything you dont understand about the route Postmaster J C Florence will take pleasure in enlight ening you on tho subject GRADED SCHOOL CALENDAR April 26 Junior Declamatory Contest to select a representative to the Tournament Friday afternoon at 2 oclock May 3Spring recital of Music Department at 8 p M May 19 Bacca byIat 1045 At May 20CIass Day of Seniors at Waltons Opera House 10 A M May 22 Commencement exercises Address by Dr F W Hinitt president of Central University Danville 10 M May 22 Annual Music Recital at Waltons Opera House 8 P toThe public is cordially invited to these ex ercises all of which are freo except the recital by the music department A ROUSING fair meeting was held at the courthouse Saturday afternoon It was called to order by Dr Steele Bai Icy and later Judge James P Bailey was chosen chairman and James F Cummins secretary After stating the object of tho meeting it was moved that officers be elected Tho motion was seconded and carried and Mr S T Harris was nominated and elected pres ident Mr James F Cummins who made an excellent secretary last year was reelected with dr T W Penning ton assistant Mr W 0 Walker was again chosen treasurer Senator R L Hubble and Messrs W L McCarty and M S Baughman were made vice presidents The directory includes the fol lowing gentlemen M B Eubanks J T Embry G L Penny J D Eads W P Grimes W H Shanks J M Alverson II J McRoberts Dr Hugh Reid Mark llardin The date rot the fair is July 17 1810 and a great exhi bition may bo expected FRIDAY nights rink was a daisy Thero was a good crowd present tho weather was fino for skating and every body had a good time The tournament and music drew a large number of spectators who seemed to thoroughly enjoy both Prof Mawhorter proved himself a splendid piano player a good singer and a clover gentleman There were 15 in tho tournament and it was a close raco but Miss Mary E McKinney who took eight rings and made threo rouuds of tho hall in 58 seconds was declared tho winner and awarded the skates Mum Virginia Mnhony was n closo second Miss Stella McClary took nine rings but her time was slow 62 seconds Miss Grace Bradys time was the fastest 17 secondsbut she only got four rings Tho other contes ants were Miss Mattie Menefce and friends Misses Humphrey and Riggs of Danville and Misses Mary Burch Berta Jean Penny Kate Davis Raney Etta May Jones Lucy Peterson Lyles Cooper Mattie McClary and Lucy Leo Walton Miss Anna Davis McRoborts was entered in the contest but on ac count of a conflict in names sho was deprived of tho privilege of participating which tho management sincerely regrets Tonight a Tug of War will be tho attraction and a goodcrowd will more than likely witness It Ten of tho best skaters will take part and it will bo a contest of both strength and skill MRg TIIAKP the aged wife of Wm Tharp of Junction City died yesterday and will be buried at that place at 10 Oclock Wednesday Tile work of putting in a new front to Sam Robinsons store begun yester day When completed it will be one of tho prettiest storm in town Tug commissioners sale of tho land of Mrs Marx C Poland which was to occur May 13th has been postponed to o later date and Commissioner G B Saullcy will announce it later Low rates to Lexington via L Non account of Spring races April 27 to May 4 1907 Stake races every day Tickets on sale from all stations in Kentucky to Lexington on April z7th to May 4th inclusive limited returning to May Cth J S Rice Agent Tim new skating rink at Danville will be opened to tho public on Thursday 18 The rink has just been completed and Is ono of the handsomest In the It is 78x100 feet anti the floor is the best that can be had A 2800 orchestrian will furnish the music which is equal to 40 pieces in a band Skating begin at 7 on the opening and will continuo until 10 which there will bo a grand ball until 12 M A special tram over 200 people from L ton and quite n crowd attend Iron here The skatingfever has struck the country and the rink is said to be the best in the State outside of Louisville Special attention will be paid all visitors and a fine time is ex pected the opening night n A wellknown judge on a Virginia circuit was reminded very forcibly the other day of his increasing baldness Ono his rural friends looking at him rather hard drawled It wont be very long youll hev to tie a string roundyour head to tell how for up to wash your face Green Bag- This May Interest You No ono Is Immune from Kidney troth ble so just remember that Foleys Kidney Cure will stop tho irregulari ties and euro any ease of kidney and bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach of medicine G L Penny New Ytric dispatches say that Thaw has fired Del in as from his counsel EGGS FOR SALE I C II UKliorn eggs U for netting of or threo wiling or Mns HniiKKT U liKltit- TIlusltnvllle Ky B D CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY In the District Court of the Unltwl HtuUs Korthv Kiutcrn Dlntrlctof Ktntiicky In the mutter or Tliv Reynolds Uo M O A Tlnoilorr KApr 411T- A otratlag of the creditor of the above nainnl who hits Uen mljtulKiHl u lltinkrupt will tx livid tit the otllcv of tho Itpfcrni at Stanford Ky oil the Sith of April nOi lit oclock V to elect utrustw for the- estate of tifl Bankrupt and for the trans notion of other bUBlnfim in may cOllie Iw tore the mwtlng Comply with nctlon 67oi- the llniikrupt let roncernliiK proof of clnlnu otherwise your claim can not al Iowr l J N HArxiiKim lltferfB In llauk ntptcyOgdensburg 8787 Record 22t4 Trial 222 RySlntnbrhtoIatehunwill make thn rpn loti of my TO INHUIIK A 11 VINCI UJlr Ho U n tine Imllvlctnnl ami hnmitniiulHiit style Hpoctl nmt salon Ho lute proven liliimolf a grent brvcder his colt bolng the klml thai sell readily for hlg races The line Hllns Alldtf OIl Jack nine nrlohl will also ntnkutlw season of ail 7 at my on the Htanfonl t 1nacherit vlllo dkeIpu mile from Htiinfonl at IS TO INHUHK A I1VINU lOUr When linN In triultxl or removed from neighborhood without me she Is teuton U forfeited IIlIdllloney liecome due JoiiNj AMIRKSON Btowlun- dKyCHESTER JEWEL My stallion Chester Jewel will make tho season of 1007 at my stable 4 miles West of Crab Onhard nt mouth of Cedar Crook at 315 to in suro a living colt If mare is traded or parted with the season money be cornea du- eJEUlomaD Chester Dare let dam by Second Jewel the dam of n maro which sold for 85000 2nd darn by Holmes Drcuuon 3rd dam Anna Bufonl by Montio 4th dam Beuln by Boston 5th dam by Epsilou 6th dam by Old Denmark race horse 7th dam by Colyer Mares grazed at 82130 month ill bills paid before removalof wares not responsible for accidents or aipes JOHX W HOLMES Crab Orchard Ky Lace Curtains Wo liuvo by far the largest line of Laco Curtains wo have ever shown t1 Nottingham Curtains 39c to 8500 Babinot Curtains 8200 to 650 Irish Point Curtains r5 to SCfiQ Oak Polos White Poles Extension Brackets Door Punch Curtain Swisses Draperies Etc t t IAMERICAN We have a full line of sizes in both The American Beauty and The Warners RustProof Corsets at 100 8150 8200 and 8350 Every pair Is guaranteed to give absolute satisfaction and if they fail to do go wo will give you free of charge anew corset Give them a trial nUll convinced p L M RUBY co Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY i i 4N4 rf Mens Oxfords ate Gta tlatrl If you want to see a snappy line of Oxfords drop in and let us showyou our Eclipse Line 350 and 4OO W E Perkins Crab OrchardI Screen Doors Screen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting Garden Tools Garden Seeds Plow Gear c at Bottom Prices at Geo Da Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware and Groceries Main Street STANFORD KY t 7 The Interior Journal 4 Enttred in the PottQJJiceal Stanford IgeOnd Clau mailer i yOBUHHKU TUBaUAYH AND 100 peR YBAR CASHI 11 tirWhen not fO paid Woo will bo charge ip N TIME TRBLI tiL No 1sonthllYtrx1 t8ouUi us r IBM A i4lNolINorth 217 p J 1JOS Sr RICE Agent iii NOTICE I I or drlnktn To tb ll desiring Mole r 11I111110wlIIng wntrtlrkutgesxl for lei for 14qxqZnllo Water prlre ticket price pIhenthtlcket1flrepurehnr- dlparohasrr Brelor clllb orIII furnish 1I M I111Irol 1 0 KY A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist jr STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRobcrts Drug Store in the Owslcy Building k INSURANCEFire Aeol0ampanlelteprocattd Lowest- k tirti lu1ng lion Clfd1UneQulloo Rate Tulk wnhIi MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence hone No 8 ID J SMITH flmnllIE 31y motto uudagrtinluledeugnr lor II 1 touts u l Hou8farpounds for 63Cnkaeuf lenOxtltmpfot of soup for lr Other things a Unkw100 bulligtry uriunIn proportion Clothing lor spring price anti u lew ot old Mock IiIt Just nt hull t GILBERTS CREEK KY kTwo Farms For Sale I wish to sell privately mY tarot or Len Iii thewest of on r aoree6 miles und lift Inglon pike it II well tutprovnd dand tlmWr Inc rtllmlrAl10 or 100 neres- and Ixlying mldwuy inch 1 Wellplkor Good outlet 1lenced TrmlKy reasonable Dol Ii RkRINU Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Attention Commercial Men Special UIKS at Ileasonublo Itales Stock Pone In Connection GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU rimdymnde clothing when thereWhy buy of ready- made is so little In the price mite andncultrondotoyourmensure taken by an wxnerlenced handsome line otHprlnu Summer goods I can make front n low price business suit to the I1nlstdren sUit A1Ao OYerCoatl Trous ers and Fancy Vest Tho company I rep resent Is second to none UC1tUILJYTheTnllor r MIMES M I PHILLIPS- STANFORD KY DEAL ra Uf Building Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build dors Hardware Paints Oils Etc I manufacture concrete blocks for build ing purposes and do all kinds of con crete work Prices on application w eea Undertaker Embalmer and DealerinIiarneesSaddlerp C i r- l TAK OeD r KENTUCKY Office Phone 1ST Rome Phone 35 JlBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur future AlattingsRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY i Ylii 4i FARMERS DEPARTMENT II G Lutes sold to 0 P lIulTman 17 butcher cattle at 3Jc S M Spoonamoro sold to J L Deaz ley a fancy harness maro for 200 Imp Scorpion the thoroughbred at lion owned by Fisher Givens of Boyle dropped dead of heart failure Sue J D Ends Stanford bororo contracting your wool Ho represents the Springfield Woolen Mills Co Springfield TenniI am buying wool and paying tho highest market price Wool received at Lipps mill Sacks at J G Wcat crford Cos store John B RUT lIustonville Arrangements have been completed to hold the annual Somerset Fair under the auspices of the Odd Fellows the last week in August or the first week in September DANVILLE COURT A fairly good crowd attended Danvillo court yesterday but business was not good There were only a few cattle on the market and no sales reported The horse show was hardly up to the average The heavy Indiana mares sold by B G Fox brought 200 to 250 Night riders nil masked left warnings pinned to rural mail boxes at the homes of several farmers in Christia county directing them to join the Tobacco Growers Association or suffe the consequences Two of the planter who were visited complied with tho order at once A Winchester disyatch says W E Feltner is hero to pay the remainin 500 or the 3400 fine and costs asses ed against his father Felix Feltnei for spiriting away witnesses in lhe MarcumHargis damage suit hero two years ago Efforts will be made to secure a pardon from Gov Bcckham for the sentence of two years of hard labor in jail which was also a part oCthe sentenceThe County Board of Centre of the Burley Tobacco Society hM received about 1500000 pounds ror tobacco and will receive no more in winter order In a few weeks work will begin packing this tobacco A ware louse will be erected at Winchester at once in which the tobacco will be placed as it is packed About S1000 was paid out to tenants and others who were obliged to realiztron their crops at onceII F Hillenmeyer of one of the bestknown horticulturist of the State state3 that the fruit is by no means all killed He says tha strawberries blackberries and raspberries have not been hurt and though the peach crop is damaged it is not destroyed He thinks the cold weathe will be of benefit to the wheat oat and otjicr growing crops as it will arrest the abnormal development caused by the warm weather in March MEN10RIAM In memory of Miss Mary L Grimes who died at Lancaster March 18 These lines are dedicated to her sisters Our sister Marys gone to rest Among bright angels fair And if we seek to do our best Well surely meet her there She loved her sisters dear as life Together with her brother tad gained a victory in the strife Now she is beckoning to mother Oh how she used to sing and play How father often speaks Ind says hell meet her some sweet day And walk the golden streets Now sisters my friends Be noble brave and true And you the victory sure will win And walk with Mary too hough we are far apart With rriany miles between I hear the beating of your heart And help you bear the pain WeT S A Woman Tells How to Relieve Rheumatic Pains I have been a very great sufferer from tho dreadfuldisea rheumatism for a number of years I Lave tried many medicines but never got much relief from any of them until two years alo when I bought a bottle of Cham orlalns Pain Balm I found relief before I had used all of ono bottle but kept on applying it and soon felt lIke a different woman Through my dvic ninny of my friends have tried It and can toll you how wonderfully It- lilts worked Mrs Sarah A Cole 140- S Now St Dover Dol Chamberlains Pain Balm its a Uulrmnt The pllof from pain which it affords Is one worth many tunes its cost It takes rest and sleep possible For snlo by all druggists I am not Harry Thaw You people quit looking at my diamonds This was the declaration of a New York traveling salesman at the Grand Thea tro in Owensboro The salesman was evidently suffering from a brainstorm and the officers were called to take charge of him Ho seems to bo demented on the subject of the Thaw trial His house in New York has arted a man to take charge of him The little pocket physician IB what Ifyomeis friends named the DcketInbaler that goes with each outfit Carries medication right to tho- spot where its needed Complete outfit 1 G L Penny i j Myr AliQi WIIi t J t Rev Frank Riley formerly n member of tho South Georgia Methodist confer ence committed suicide at his home locking himself In hisroom barricading tho door and turning on the gas Prices for tobaccoin the Hopkinsvillo marketindlcnte thnttho trust has be gun buying and the members of the association are jubilant believing that they are on the waylto victory in they fight for better prices und control the crops A petition has been filed in tho An derson County Court before Judge John Shelly asking that nn election be held throughout Anderson county on June 12 to take the sense of the voters as to whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall bojsold in the coun ty Dad began Hobby tho world is round isnt it So I believe my sonf replied dad Well dad continued Bobby how can it come to an cnd7 Harpers Weekly A WORD TO YOU I ore Invited to look at th New Whit coal lhullhur Iran te Also n new line of Mohair lit ItlucK Illu llrownilrtty all 1lIuh wide IIII Value at sic IXT 1oeeII1Irnngo llrlng them in lioforu they go J IIAUHISCml h Orchard Ky NOTICE I Wo want every iprsnn that U anllcted with rhoumntlMii Rtdiioy lroul l or UIII illMnse nrUlnR train blood to pmikiiRe uf our slmulnrd remedy lUmem bet we Ritnmntvo It to rare If Iftkl aconlI nlgtosliniInnoryuurmonr Hill re- fundtl N does with n rerflnlwrtsl gunrintw 1rlre 1IjV For siilu by It Vlllliini ARVIU MiKliuipy Ky Dignity Dare NolW Vol6A H It II fllhoJtlln bay Muck IIOlllhion left loot la8S ldghweigh- 19yiounds stroni tint laneheavy mane nnd tall Rood buck with rrnnoy tiring neck wall sot In IiiKlinionntitl- slionldirs iixuildlvliorot liend nod ear on him model under halter nlxnivs wear blue itrlnit In tiiotkl rings cxropt twlcti when shown ngnlnit liU own get wonderful style In liirne a show liorm sure When one year old won nil honors In hla oliiH wherever ihuwn nho thy btu lie in sweep take hiirnes ring nt nine ngr Whoitn ilymirOldhu shown time six wore 13 hutstring hn never liiil defent l in- fanCy Imrrvmi rlnlZkhl1 nlwnys been the victor in n a hretlrwhen sliom with three or conforhudlonfor size style and geiivrnl nnd fur all i urHeH HeMn addle horse with live clUtlnct KHlts flint line nctliitf rucker good In two wnlkitnnd n nine loiwr very postlve in hu trot under luuldle and In ell around Hftlon ns Is rr 11Iand fast eiin u i HisiSunlt with hut little IminllliiK did this last full ono year ngo itftur servliiK tl mares In tht sprlnK lie iMmnesned of wonderful nerre and seed cough to Kt n trotter for track use cr ntlenien rondtrs InrRe hiindsonie stylish heavy nnd enough to net cnrrlnie horses with u kindly lsllO HUlon lor nil purpos of family horse lie In the horn to sin porkers stylish grace fulsiiliitunce and docility It hiss be jn given by horitrnioii that he II one of the most uniform breeders In Kentucky llitypos his dills after hllucelf linn never sired n sorrel colt The roost prolUnblP horse for tho farmer and small breeder to pnxlucV1s the horse which serves the widest range purposes well Ills colt art hhnw colts of the vary IilKhest type blue string winners from the oldest to the younttest II of Ills colts Inive hen offered for and sold for nn average of idbxand the nvern e ug11 of them Is years 7 months and todays 1KDUiliKK Hired by Chester I tare 10 N JI U he by Jllnck hUjulrrel lie by NABOTH JRINulMitli Jr1411 rich red hwy mid full lOlmiuli liuh vilntn Lr51Iwuoh luld Un borne i f woiuliTlul Itcmuy lu11I1tI n long rangy uk nod ciirrvlnRn lit lu Is n MrfH l gaited Nurse wltu suprli nil round iiclUm unit Ilkinll 0nil or ol NnUnh h lm great nut urn ipitNl in imrncitt and n nn nUir nicktiii Inirwi con not IM fotlliit In tin stale ot Kentucky t hay In n deal cr In fney horses fur ywiw turnlihlnit thlountrymulIantnnxloneinelrnllnlge lionxs toeonllnuf to nib o tatter OIIH As It n iHrnllv known tlH rx Ii n roily of god bones IIIMI those suitable for tern iniirkct bring furyilrkwe If the hlWJ- r wmiM rill NiliniKr ono horses lliyy lllnck Knitk 7 h i y King Winum ho by Washington Ivmniirk ill he by lnln tiennulrkalhrin rare home iKnnmrk K I- diniLlalslurlt IHcnltys first l iehmcidtNoSiJ7 A by ItyVdlck s iliiinliiotuninii Ulgnltfy sec end iliim U by AlxInllHh Mrs onR ral dnm II Mils Vermont Ith dnm Thorouiihbred wolchinonts lint dnm Inullne by Alimml Purest 1nrr will make the sea KitMtSS to prove unreInfue- tuna tmdnl or riinovml forfeit Imurnnce unit money Imoliies due nnd must jmUl nt tlntiol such trnntuiftlon Mures zruied nt tJl Hr month and bills to U imld ln fore rvmovnl of mares Haiti fed If deslrvd lit rfiiMinnhle rates Mnres entrusted to me will receive mv iHrtonnl nttentloii but I will not t1 for ncoldent or M riiiMn Plionrlnresideuce nt Illlltonvllle Ky ts OAIUICNTKIl Col Bird 40566 toil ik horCloatt HIM Ilrnl by ItLI Hired by U clllnn Chief YYfll No rtlfios ire orll ttlrollll with a of StSH or Ixttter by Ceeiltun Ylett xlre of li In Iht IstdHin lllidlr Kenney InllIAtr to tow nil JtU4 sire of and nmuioltUIairof 4 nnd Wlikes 1 Ity riiiinlMtbi Wllkes Air or II with r Tordt of 1 in or Itkor 1ml dnm Ktlte IHtvls dnm of Ixird Huinrnll i Iirti Jowan t Ili lre of timlllorIUI11ft of Zudl WllkosiStnnd nod Knindnmof Htpu Cheek S 1IU ilory Ounle 1 lIS lov llrlco f ore of A I mit Mbt elti fly lied Wilkes 2 No ITIV sire of nnd sir of the diims of 177 ant dnm Kllle IMvIs the duel of one pro iliiftiiiiioniiuid arHinl dam Ixird Huinrnll t lOVOowHil t tt4 Kale Hull it mid Zoo Wllken s It Alnxnndvr Abilnllnh flrNo35slrroflohlnhlth Mold 311 and nthers nit dam by Crocketts IlKllfoundvr- Col Illril WI hind by theOflln for n two minute horw He Is hands hlahxood find Alrolll and the kind of hone to breed to t huh bofon you breed l H CAHIKKTKU Huitonvlllt Ky the EincononW national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky HRS R Capital t 5000000 Surplus i Undivided Profits 2500000 Individual Deposits 24000000 Available for use of its Patrons 31500000r Musical InstrumentsH living jnirclia id tllo business of J U Finluy with In tho muswe cnn iijruUu you everything ical line Graphojihoncs all prices String In etruuicnte nil kinds Sheet Music Records Etc Pianos timid Pianolas of tho best makes HUGH MURRAYThe Jeweler DANVILLE KY =yp i J must takr tiii ninr to urn ni ht kind of uns NiitMitii Jr add nil lion in n tew that list lyle e lil Unit ihr murkiiloIJ mul forwinrb the- pulllrlWIUInXlnpayhilitii prlren I1ur his un young Ht n fnmy tue he liussliejiylv IMHII Iand breilli I had thl horse wrxkNi 11th cht lHepteulhrrondllrskAlarlnuUM inttioIlk ls rt4 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lHtnhterIltl Hflmh IlHinllii ili t TIIArIWVWill AlOnt our fnrm t tutu tram MvKlnm Kj Ht Ira to Insert u Ilvlnji Colt IIIlro stand Ihr itnutl PTA KJtMCiuNUtKHOKnl IHIII Intin Mvlnf Colt He Is gfKnl tlldlvldunl IV miul High wish olnt VII Irnglii iin bone nml feet H MnWKNH is Mi Klnney Ky Lincoln Chief 266Vol VI S HrtBy Bourbon Chief 976 by Harrison Chief 1606 Drown colt t52 hands high fouled tool Owned by Heid Hundley Danville Ky 1 dam Nellie Prewilt 3430br Rotcoo 2471 2 dam by Diamond Denmark os 3 damC by Crumdor F 4 by Gray Eagle J Lincoln Chlefhp na tupuf lor ns ah Individual and few equals in breeding with little handling bow noo notkm graceful and distinct gaits with graft promise as a combined horse of high type lIe is a full breilier to Choctaw Chief that sold last year for lsoand is sired by Iliurbon Chief who hat produced more highpriced horses than any living sire ot saddle hor os being the tire of Bmily champion atJWorlds Pair Monigaihery Chill and Bourbon flog both unbeaten and the highest priced saddle stalliMa known and also Umorakl Chief Choctaw Chief Doland Chief all celebrated and one of Iho Long worth pair costing Slzooo and many others Rolling for phenomenalprloM even yearlings is high as glooo Lincoln Chiefs dam hat also proven her merit by producing four liightlasn stallions and her sire Kos coo is noted as a producer both in Kentucky end Twmew No breed ot saddle or combined horses rank with this family today Tract this colts blood lines back on sires side Iq Harmon Chief by Clarks Chief and Lubrims Denmark to W3I1hlnlttn Denmark ono old HelUoundw the running wonder and on dams side back through Rosicoe Diamond Denmark Crusader to old Gray Eagle the chief of his age and foundation for beauty speed and endurance Where Is a superior to be found in breeding Lincoln Chief will make the present season at the Fair Grounds Dan yule Ky at 25 to Insure Colt Marcs from a distance will be grazed at lOc per day or fed on grass reasonable ai preferred Careful attention assured but not responsible for accidents or escapes REID HUNDLEY Danville Ky weB McRoberts DRUGGIST V STANFORD1ft Books Wall Paper Paints Oils 1 1 and Tarnishes itWrN PEKSOXAL Supervision given to all Prescriptions compounded I 7 c il it