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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d J t r THE INTERIOR JOURNALyVOL XXXV STANFORD KY FRIDAY APRIL 19 1907 NO 14 1 J KINGSVILLE Mrs Ella Reynolds wife of Dan Reynolds died Wednesday morning about 4 oclock The burial occurred yesterday afternoon Deceased Is survived by u husband and one little girl of about four years Mrs Laura Kern and children of Somerset have returned homo after a visit to her sister Mrs Bud Sims Miss Vcnnto Rowland of Somerset was the guest of her homcfolks hero Mrs Edmund Murphy continues quito sick r Quito a largo crowd attended tho burial of Thomas Upthegrovo who died at his homo at Ludlow of consump tion tho remains being brought here for burial Sunday A number of rein lives from Ludlow accompanied tho re 4mama lie leaves a widow and ono lit Mr and Mrs Marion Williams and children of Eubanko wero tho guests of relatives here Miss Dell Ulgney has returned from a visit to relatives nt McKinney Joe Hart of Hood River Oregon is the guest of his brother John Hart Miss Anna Toy lor of Science Is tho guest of her brother Albert Long Mcssru Eugene Gooch of Howling Green anti Cecil Gooch of Kingsvlllo were tho guests of their parent at O K Sunday Miss Horn Baugh has returned from a visit to her parents at Highland Messrs Jcsso Walter and Homer Wray of Stanford were hero Friday Ed Me Carty of Stanford was hero last week Mrs Emmett Gooch of Ludlow was the guest or relatives here Mrs Claude Hester returned Sunday from n visit to her mother Mrs Laura Gooch at Somerset PREACHERS VILLE Ilov F D ralmctcr pastor of tho Methodist church preached Sunday morning nnd evening Ills sermons i were said to have been tine by those fortunate enough to attend Rev II M Shouse pastor of the Baptiil church will fill his pulpit Sunday as bad weather never bluffs him Tho family of J It Rigaby nnd their grandmother Mrs Jane hell have gotten well of grip Mrs M F Law 3renco h qultb ill Rev F M of Mnysvlllc was in town last week looking after hla farm J B Hutchlnshas j gone to Knox county to take charge tho farm of his father lately deceased Mn N J Horton has returned from a pleasant visit to her daughter Mrs James O Grissom In Adair Little Martha Grissom returned home with her Mrs Mnrlnda Blankenship and little son visited at Brodhcnd Pretty Miss Mamlo Carson of Cnrtcrsvllle was tho guest of her cousin Miss Jen nlo Rodlters Leslie Melvin has been at Parker Ind for some time Samp Cummins Is at Springfield A C Mc Clary of Brodhead his aunt Mls J M Cress Miss Alpha Naylor who has been with her sister Mrs John Anderson has returned home Cured of Rheumatism Mr Win Henry of Chattanooga Tonn had rheumatism In hhilutlnrni The strength seemed to have gone out of thP musclos BO thnt It was use less for work ho saystlI applied ChumborlulttB Pain Hahn nUll wrap pod tho arm In llnnnal at night and to my relief I found that tho vain gratl nally left mo and tho strungh returned In three weeks tho rheumatism had disappeared and has not sine re turned If troubled with rheumatism try a few applications of Pain Balm You are certain to bo pleased with the relief which It alTords For sale by nil Uruggfttts Tho resignation of Internal Revenue Commissioner John W Ycrkps Is ro t markable only for tho that It breaks a precedent which sees few Republicans dm nono resign Mr Yerkea resigns ho says because ho wants to engage In m lawbutnial business of practicing I those on tho Inside say reap rea son Is that tho President didnt re gard him as tho whole shooting- mutch when ho went to name Federal Ofliccrs for Kentucky Mr Yerkes Is a handsome bright and brainy man but much adulation has given him JJ severe case of exaggerated ego Frankfort Journal Gentle nnd Effective A wellknown Manitoba editor wrlwsIAs ao Inside yorker I find Chamberlains Stomach and LIver Tablets Invaluable for tho touches of biliousness natural to sedentary hfo tholr action being gontlo nnd effective clearing tho digestive tract and tho head Price 25 cents Samples free at nil druggists Barbourvlllos of a fundor 50000 being rased to rebuild the Administration building of Union Col loge has been subscribed and the contract will bo lot at once The citizens contribute 10000 and tho Board of Ed ucation tOoou for the york Thorns not the slightest risk of los- Ing your money when you buy a dol mar 1Iyo met outfit to cure catarrh as i a L Penny will refund your money it the treatment alls a HUSTONVILLE The Uulon prayer meeting Wednesday evening was led by Prof McVey Twelve or 16 members of the C W B M from hero are attending tho convention of that order at Somerset Samuel Dover of Casey sold Mackln Co of Lebanon n fine four ycar old gelding by Win Dodds Gallon fqr 300 Judge It J Brcckinridgo of Dan villo and E C Moore of Liberty were In our city Saturday Mr Charles Wheeler attended Presbytery at Lex- Ington 1 nm buying wool nnd paying tho highest market price Wool received at Llpps mill Sacks at J G Wcath crford Cos store John B Rifle Huslonville On account of the blizzard weather last Saturday the horse show was postponed until next Saturday at which time n largo crowd will be present to inspect the exhibits John B RifTo has closed n contract with n largo wool buyer who Is anxious to secure tho clip from this locality Ills orders are to pi dat vull nnd John will obey orders Ills sacks can bo found at J G WcathorfordElCos store Rev II P Jackson of tho Baptist church will preach here the second and fourth Sundays morning anti evening of each month until further notice The officers and members are to be congratulated upon tho selection of their now pastor whose able cfTorta deserve an audience that will fill tho house On account of the continued Increas Ing attendance at tho rink the mann gore Brown Williams desire to an nounco that to avoid bvercrowding hereafter a well arranged program each Tuesday and Friday night will bo car rivd out as shown by tho cards from tho stage Not a month since tho rink op ened yet there has developed n number of splendid skatorn both ladies nnd gentlemen Tho most perfect order is kept and tho evenings are a source of much pleasure and healthful exercise James Frye of the Fayette Brick Supply Co of Lexington returning from a business trip South stopped oft Sunday to attend church nnd seo his nUt morous friends Joe Jordan and F M Stewart of Atlanta were hero Satur day buying horses and mules They SIDoc Dryo were in Liberty calling on the fair sex S A Susong of Louisville G M Berry of Lexington nnd E B Hnrdijon of Chattanooga were guests at Hotel Wcatherford n IN MEMORIAM On Tuesday morning April 9 our friend Mr Ernest Montgomery of Mc Kinney son of Mr and Mrs Samuel Montgomery passel to tho great beyond where wo hope ho Is at rest with his Jesus Mr Montgomery had made his homo in Cincinnati for about two years and came homo Thanksgiving for a visit to his parents and friends Ills mother taking ill soon after his return homo he remained with her during her Illness After her recovery ho was taken very ill with malarial fever Ills friends thought he was over his Illness but later he took typhoid which ended his life It was so sad to give up a young man so early in life Ho was in his SHh year and was a devout member of the Baptist church of McKinney nnd a good Christian young man lips fu nernl was preached by lire Davidson in the Baptist church Wednesday morn- Ing at 10 oclock Ills remains wero laid to rest in tho cemetery of that city The aged father and mother sjstor and sympathyWhytho weary ono at rest bosom of Jesus supremo in the man sions of glory prepared for tho bleat 7 For death Is only a A PntRMlv EUREKA I Yos I Have Found it at Last Found what Why that Chamberlains Salvo curos od onia and all man nor of Itching of tho skin I have been nfllloted for many years with skin disease I had to got up three or four tines every night nnd wash with cold water to allay tho terrible itching but since using this salvo In December 1005 tho iUihlng has stopped and has not troubled momdor John T Ong Joy Hootvlllo Pa For salo by all druggists Not less than 370000000 pounds of copper wire wore In use on the tolc- phone lines In America last There- is expected an increase of 63000000 pounds Considerable of copper are used in tho manufacture of brass telephono Instruments There has never been a case of typhoid fever or appendicitis known to do velop where Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water has been used constantly because it keeps tho whole sys tern in perfect order Do not be imposed upon There are Imitation Crab Orchard Salts and Water on tho market ask your druggist for Whites Gen uine Diamond Brand tw if 1 NEWS NOTES The electric light plant at Trenton was destroyed by fire The postoflko at Scbrco was robbed of 725 In money and stamps Dr Austin S Tinslpy a noted Southern medical specialist died at Augusta GaThe now building of tho Engineering Societies presented by Andrew Carnegie was dedicated in Now York Tues dayChnrlie Strauss a negro who was charged with attempting a criminal assault on n white woman near Bunkle Li was taken from the officers by a moband hanged to a tree Mrs O J Holman mother of Evelyn Ncsbit Thaw gave out a statement- In Pillaburg denying the charges made against her by Attorney Delmas in his speech in the Harry Thaw trial The claimants of Kentucky coal lands under old Virginia land grants lost their case in the Circuit Court at Whitcsburg the presiding Judge refusing to allow them to list their claims The courthouse was crowded with mountain people whose property is in loss of life and damage is thought to have resulted from tIe earthquake in Mexico Two towns ore known to be in ruins and the fate of two others is In doubt with the probabilities that one at least has also been destroyed It is feared the death list will be big- Secretary Wilson In an authorized statement has declared that tho manufacturers are deceiving the public as to the exact nature of the guaranty and serial number placed upon food and drug products and that tho Department of Agriculture will take steps to put a stop to tho practice At a mooting of the Bowling Green City Council a very stringent ordinance was passed regulating saloons The ordinance makes it a fine of 5 for a person under ago to enter a saloon and fixes a fine of 100 against the proprietor for allowing boys or women in his place of business John Smith star witness In the Brit ton case at Lexington told a grewsome story on the stand of the plotting to assassinate Cockrill Dr Cox and Mar cum and how the plans were carried out admitted being addicted to the of morphine and tho defense sought on this ground to discredit his to a statement Issued by the Bureau of Immigration of the Department of Commerce and La bor tho total Immigration to tho United States from all countries for the six months ending with March last aggre gated 39137 persons which is an in crease of 75821 over a like period in The total number of immigrants from Russia for tho six months ending with March lost was 103304 being an increase of 21C3l over tho corresponding period in 1900 MIDDLEBURG fho now organ lately placed in tho Baptist church did not give satisfaction and has been shipped back and another orderedMrs J T Woaley Is improving Dr Ed Alcorn was hero Sunday to see Mrs Wesley Robert Allen of Boyle was hero Sunday Wo notice that Gov Hanlys physician has ordered him to bed It seems to us it would be a mighty good time to- go over and get Hog Jaw while the tints is asleep Dr M O Salleo caught a three pound bass in the creek nt YoaemTte Saturday when it was blowing a per feet bliward The doctor is nn expert with tho hook and line and lands a good ono quito often Those who have kept up with the Thaw trial arc not very favorably im led with District Attorney Jo romes ability as a prosecutor Attorney Delmas seems to have been more than a match for him Hrt tl Q lIlt is said that tho question of placing the galos back on tho pikes will be submitted to the voters of this county at tho November election Tho miserable condition of the roads suggests this andI the proposition will carry James Wheeler the aged father orI T J died Sunday after a short illnessho had an of paralysis about a week ago and owing tothis very ago ho not recover He was buried Monday afternoon The concensus of opinion among read era of the Courier here is that Its editor Is more anxious for tho defeat of Beckham for U S Senator HarlfisesIllsifying to the Courier Journal gang from to devil Public Warning We shall not bo responsible If any peraon takes any but tho genuine Fof lays Honey and Tar for coughs and colds Imitations are worthless and may contain opiates The genuine Foleys Honey and Tar In the yellow package contalnos no opiates and Is safe and sure 0 L Penny i QmraDANVILLE Thoro never was n season when we ollercd our out of town customers greater inducements than now It is a time when everything is advancing by leaps aiiW still it is very difficult to got deliveries of any desirable goods Beginning last lulywe placed orders for all kinds of goods for this Spring In this way we not only secured very good deliveries but also last years low prices With the single exception of Cottons nnd such staples we nro giving our trifle the full advantage of our foresight All Laces mid Embroideries of which wb have an immense line are being 1atlowest prices ever named on such goods Ginghams Lawus nUll hundreds of pieces of New Fancy Wash Goods are all at last years low prices White Goods nnd Linens from the cheapest India Linen to finest Linen Cambric Ire every ono at last years prices i28fiH3HH Muslin Underwear and Summer Not Underwear are priced as though there had been no advance Silks in Blacks and Solid Colors and n great lino nt Fancy Dress Silks are allselling now as cheap ns they did last Su- mmerRfrPUDYTOWPRWo are showing this season tho largest line of really highclass Suits ever shown in Central Kentucky Every size nnd color nnd all prices from 810 to 875 hobby Silk Jumper and Shirt Waist Suits from 810 to 835 Beautiful Braided Linen Suits from 810 to 82250 Black Voile Suits from 818 to SiiO Over JOO New Separate Skirts to soled from at every price from 85 to 818 Black Violo Skirts 8050 to 818 Silk Satin and Not Shirt Waists in ninny now and attractive styles nnd more than 25 now styles of White and Black Muslin Shirt Waists from 81 to 86 At 500 we olfor Black Silk Petticoats made of Tall ta worth 125 urdand made with very wide and very full ruffle with full dust ruffle Only 50 more at the price We Repeat That there1 never was a time when it would pay you bettor to come to us for your Spring shopping You will save good mondy nod what is still more important you will find n full stock of new nod desirable Merchandise Strictly uptodate in Style und Reliable Qualities 1 W0 z r84a HUBBLE J M Rankin was kicked severely by a mule Hen Underwood is at homo from Lou Annie Spoonamore of Stanford has been visiting Miss Lucy Spoona moro C M Henry sold some hogs to Victor Lear at Cc Dave Rankin bought some hogs of Henry Walker at C30 Tho Christian church hero has secur ed the services of Eld L M Omer for tho remainder of tho year and ho will begin work Sunday afternoon at 230 oclockWork on the farms is almost at aI standstill on account of the bad weath er Though it is impossible to tell yet to what extent the crops are Injured the farmers are apprehensive both for the wheat and clover and grass seems to have received n backset How to Avoid Appendicitis- Most victims of appendicitis are those who arc habitually constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating tho liver and bowels and restores the natural action of tho bowels Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nau seato or gripe and Is mild and pleasant to takq Refuse substitutes 0 L Penny The United States cereal crop of 1900 bushels val ued at 2000000000I DOCK GRAY tamxeneonKentuckydefnaling111comurx mnkeIiiB D CARTER Now Livery Depot Stroot Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY New Butcher Shop I I flu now ptypnriU to wall on tho to tilt meat of nil kliulJ Only young axxyxs Itnd the IIEI4T of BOOM ninviiKiiKii Give nwntrial andvauIIca11n- ezaht5 No 70 when you want nine uorrI Morgan Denmark This noted ntnlllon will make till present iKiiso lit M Kttbuukxtalde ontliii lnn KyuttheVUIIII111rkhloodcabyroadinghisprulgrrei Morgan non UII1llIIudom Ijuly MorKaui was ono of tho Imst saddlo wllllalndbytnuum buck to Imported llfdgcford Mor till Dvnmnrkigndiliiin wax by Vlrglulut iehlnnltxIJJ poundn reponsibluforJ JlcKtciiNlK Kubblo Ky n f The Interior Journal E c WALTON tJT ROBERTS candidate for In the Omb y1l 1trldlulJjecl to tire t 7 otlonoftbedeIU000tfopartyJOHN cOIlI1IIBubjeclto CI party t M BRUCEI ountlIUbIcClII JAMES C HAYS I acnnlhtateforjalkr oJducoln could to tiro nctlon Of the 1t i lucral subject TWO HISTORIC CHARACTERS It is rarely the case that two great men will think alike or act alike under tho impulse of like causes Great men are not unlike small men in ono respect they will differ They are not cast in the same mould Two blackeyed alike Two bladespeas are not precisely of bluegrass are alike only to a care less observer Nature docs not cut its cloth by a pattern Loving that quality which poets call the spice of life andwhich plain folks call variety she stamps each creation with its own trademark if we may be allowed to change the figure and drop into commercialism r The latest sample of this variety is suggested by the resignation of the t Honorable Mr Yerkes It is said tha Mr Yerkes advice was not follower by Theodore 1st though urgently press ed and inany times given Discovering this Mr Ycrkes did not act like another historical character whose advice was not taken by Absalom who was then r engaged in a little spat with David as Theodore is presently engaged with FireMlarm Foraker The following quotations will illustrate the difference between Adviser Yerkes and Adviser AhithophelAnd Ahith And when Yerkes saw that his saw that his coun counsel was not fol sel was not follow lowed he saddled ed he packed his his ass and arose grip ana arose got and got him to his to his house in house in the city the city of Dan and put his house ville his hold in order and household in order hangedhimsclf and FOR HIS HEALTH died was bur Associated Press ied2 Samuel 17 Cor 23 ONE and a half billion cigarettes were smoked in Italy last year according to a report of Consul Dunning of Milan The total consumption amounts to about 3 cigarettes a year for each soul of the population or 77 per cent of the male population of voting age Shame oa Italy and her doping population t Here and There A Chicago woman put a bullet 1 through her heart because she could of in a tin flatISix sculptors in the employ of Charles r H Niehaus of New York arrived at Frankfort to begin the work of carving the pediment of tho new Capitol All the plaster models are there and the frame work up The work will require five or six months Tho people of California will have a chance to drink the best whisky that is manufactured in the world within a very short time The Old Jordon Dis tilling Companyof Harrodsburg owned by John B Thompson has just shipped I one thousand barrels of Bourbon whisky to the Western State The Court of appeals reversed the Rockcastle Circuit Court in a case of the Big Hill Coal Company vs Jona 1 than Abenys administrator Appellees were awarded 5000 damages for the death of Abeny a laborer killed by falling of the roof of a mine The court reverses on the instructions and a gives directions for a new trial One saloon for every 500 inhabitants will be the rule in Paducah hereafter which will cut down tho number from ninety to sixty Threats of locol option caused the council to propose such leg islation When a saloonkeepers license g is revoked or he goes out of business no new license will be granted until the number is reduced to sixty The legislation meets the approval of the saloonkeepers POLITICAL It seems that John Simple Graves has a slight touch of Dementia Re publicana Frankfort Journal The New York Assembly passed a bill to permit amateur boxing matches of not exceeding fifteen minutes duration A police inspector testified before the Chicago Civil Service Commission to raising a campaign fund of 2000 for Mayor Dunne It is said at Washington that Pearl a prominent business man of New Orleans appointed Commissioner of internal Revenue to suc ceed John W Yerkes William J Bryan was the chief ora tor of the Jefferson dinner of the- Brooklyn N Y Democratic Club Ollie James was among those who responded to toasts Tho Civil Service Commission of Chi r r o ia making investigation of con tributions by members police force to campaign funds and has secured a from sev patrolmen and officers Indictments Jnay follow investigation LL h W IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES A local option election has been ordered in Anderson county on Juno 12 Mrs Tabitha Cobb aged 76 fell over a dog at Richmond and broke her thigh The tobacco barn of Lewis Kines of Jessamine with all its contents was de stroyed by fire The barn was valued at 1500 and the contents at 1200 Chief of Police Vanbebber of Middlesboro returned from Lafollcttc Tenn with Calvin Williams alias1 Gold Tooth Kid wanted for the alleged murder of Chas McMillan McMillan was a onearmed and one legged man lie was killed on tho night of March 16 last Miss Martha Payne a beautiful young woman 22 years old living at Paris and belonging to a family of high stand ing was found dead in her room at the Corbin Hotel in Corbin She went her room to dress for supper and toI found dead 10 minutes later The young woman had been in Corbin for several months teaching music No evidence of suicide has been discovered and her death is a mystery Lightning played queer pranks at the residence of Dan Smith a prominent farmer of Mercer county The light ning struck the chimney and coming dawn tore the clock to pieces on tho mantel Next it struck the bed in which Mr Smith and his wife were sleeping and practically tore that to pieces but did not injure the occupants The house was set on fire in several places but was not seriously damaged Frank Hines jailer of Somerset took offense at the rigid crossexamination Attorney Benton subjected him to dur ing the trial of W J Martin in the federal court at Covington on the charge of counterfeiting In tho corridor Hines told several bystanders what he would do to that fellow if he ever came to Somerset Judge Coch ran heard of the episode and fined Mine 25 and costs for contempt of court Suit has been filed at Williamsburg and Judge M J Moss made defendant to set aside the act passed by the last Legislature creating a new judicial district known as the Thirtythird This county was cut off from the 28th and put in the 26th Under the last census the State is entitled to only 32 dis tricts and it has been claimed if a con test was made the act would not stand It is the outgrowth it is claimed of the fight between the factions of the republican party in Whitley county FLATWOOD Ben Corminey accompanied by Master Halbert Bastin spent Sunday with home folks- Roy Robbins has been called to the bedside of his father Mr Lee Robbins who is very sick The fouryearold sonof Wm Pointer is very low with a complication of diseases and his recovery is very doubt ful Rev A C Baird filled his appoint ment at Goodhope Saturday and Sun day Much interest is being manifested in Goodhope Sunday school Rev Parks is superintendent and Charles Dillion assistant Mrs F M Corminey bought a sow and six pigs of G W Conner for 20 and a cow and calf from W H Furr fpr25 W H Furr sold a cow and calf to Jim Ray for 30 and has a Jer sey calf three weeks old for sale On Saturday morning just before day some scamp set fire to Jim Naves barn and it with all the contents were consumed by the flames including two horses a number of hogs and about 80 barrels of corn Bloodhounds were brought but no positive clue has been found On Thursday Henry Conn and Miss Hallie Graves drove to Lancaster and were married The groom is engaged h carriage and blacksmith work and is a worthy young man The bride is a daughter of C W Graves and is a splendid young lady Heros wishing them much happiness An Insidious Danger Ono of the worst features of kidney trouble Is that it is an Insidious dis ease and before the victim realizes his danger he may havo a fatalmalady Take Foleys Kidney Cure at the flrtit sign of trouble as It corrects irregu larities and prevents Brights disease and diabetes G L Penny Mayor Weaver of Philadelphia was condemning the greed of a certain cor porationReally he said their greed is so enormous as to be laughable It is like the man in the barber shop The barber at the end of the shave said to his man Will you have bay rum lavender water eau de cologne alum magnesia or powder on your face sir Any extra charge the manasked No sir- Then Ill take all of them whooping Cough I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy in my family in cases of whooping cough and want to toll you that it is the best medicine have ever usedW P Gaston Posco Ga This remedy is safe and sure For sale by all druggists In the Montgomery circuit court Tom Kidd colored was 50 nd disfranchised for accepting a bribe at tho local option election last fall iA 11 PowHatan I Hay home throoyoiirsoldlMS Tin mi high Ity the great Dignity Dare lit ilitni Mlmilo by lllonxlMdam ImiUno by Altnonl Kor out 3rd dUIII known as the Heller mare it Ir fust Intl by llurvo Helm Hr thoroughbredPowlmtan style nod nrtlon unit Ian line liullvliliuil You should oe him liofore you breed Will mike till of mile from McKlnnvy at 1071INMU1iI A IIVINO OOlT At Mimo place The Vnrlleld will land lit llftund the Jack Ionnuoror nt I H OWKN8 McKlnnoy Ky JRIBBII PENCE IUndertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Carpets Druggets Rugs Matting Pic ture Frames Shndos Lace Curtains anti Wnll PuperIMr E the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phono 28 Night lOG or 138 GALTON 12910 Hired by iHiiilxttil Wllkm SI with with records tram tM to tsM Ift In tlclaimed to bo the greatest lira In the worlit Utdiim Hiiliy Klclil igriinddnmof twtth rv TI f rum J7 to UN4i y Knnrld If1tAllwrllttllIII1UlIhhnI 11111111111 Iur Iwtter Yud qUI kIII by iIUkylrlnecIriru-J of tj s14 emonade lJ7i nlgl the dams of Kin the I UIlsttnlintoOldJotlnoftli- lots of JlJ 5ITt- UxlttwiCarrie tho blood of four lending families llamhletonlan Vllkes Ohlef not s American Star IInItIMhlrglIlwttUnl seeil Una took n rnnrk I n tlti one flt40if other I wont trial from rxnsoY1l Nonoof thorn out of a standard bred miiro II Ii colt hunt tune iiRiiln t and defeated the lest In hitmens chi os and roadster ring one of hU cold luivliiK TS u IJnlIIlulI1l1t tin H UoIllIIlIIo fnlrovcrtlie II Ills colts are In great demand and are hrlaglugthNttlgllNtirltre nlnn3 of Ihrl tllIlIlIlur jiOua over omnirnt l un necessary nlu U MI well known he having nuidoallof his MII ont III iatton will xIHiid nt inv tiiblemllM Wmtnt II m tonvlllo on thollriidronlivlllo nlkp ut To Insure n Living Holt Maryttur If loan l tnulod nftor boliiR Inch IniM after April I5at tm IHT month Onu koop iiimvn wltl jrounit colts MlwnitP front those that hill not colts Ihono In roildcuco W M IHJDH IlUftnnvllV Ky Lincoln Squirrel Httl lay 4yoursolil black polntnldhnnds hllth lid lull made houvjr miino and lull good hull gplvndld luck and tlno nockwoll et In high mountod shoulder combined bred horrbut I uo u thus only In harper and u moro jiorfocr hnrnos liorw I have norvr o n cnn stop very fast with xtr ine hlKh action nil around and I think him to buonoof th lxtbllllnn In the Mint bnctttoto gel gaud hlghclnu walktrot and buslnoss homos that will bring you fancy price Ill lino tlnl h flint hltih tyle Kurian i any harnvai bone that can bt found Ills limn nor grace and would win fur him In any company lie had two cull foaled last year ng hn1 ut two ycar otilIownoneuf thfm and can show youaftKoodnroltnmtnyliody by any homo good a wlnnrr- 1rQIIIIIlClLlllealn Hnulrrel wnsnlrnl bv Marlon he IV JIIock Mqulrre Let h byIllack Eagle 71be bY King WII Ham Marlon lulrrNla Jot b Clrrvn Mountain 2nd dam by II ughKdwin Fort Lincoln H iilrri l lit dour Kate Mssrnger by MoHMjngor Itroeio full brother to Maude Metnenxpr rnconl 110 fad dam Maria leiauw by MumbrlnoMlnr light n full brothorto Lady Thorn S2l8nl dam Mollle Crow by Helm Yorkshlrti lilack Htiulrrefii grand Hire 1i the urn of Slate noted hlKhcla s saddle horw thatany other horse In tho world such us lllgh iland umnrkhrstcr Dun Ihtl Hqulrre1 and many othern Will woke tho MIIKOII of IWT 111111111110 luirn In HUinford at HIM to colt Money II due when colt Ii foaled or mure parted wit- hJOE BROWN JR I 1 brown with three white feeLpot Infore lend anti snip on nose Iii a high tilt ino t iMHiillfiil color und mark that hat ever boon teen by man 4voiirsold Bad In a ter a irrytnndpolnttut1nutlful coiintoniinie and very Inlollectual nlroear n long rangy iKck mounted well in nhoul ders Is very heuvy IIIK deep tliroilxh henrt Veryhortwith Envy qultrtenJlenIlIii hone with a ihf lectly trim del of legs und bni more ntylo than anylKKlyii bottle head and tall ulwuyi In tin right place never needs anything to odd to his hooks und grace but his natural lrfCItYJIyou will see from pedigree that n bdtarUnt IInyKIlItllcklllporloetundIIJoe Brown Jr VtI shown last icaon In the thru yt nr obd form and never fallinl to wear the lilue In Jab own class and won mllysweeptnko premiums with till bent aged horse In Kentucky as competltorinnd IIUIIIIIIthllmy friends patrons and mureowncre ao the cnn something that will meet the demand for It never was greater nor the prlco higher than now for good hlghcla Justhint1101 JOt JlllOWJJ Jit not liomeH Unit you cans Il from sew can Hell from 5511totidrylIf hnndlcoand prop erly cared f if There nothing In praise of IIYIImllion will serve a limited number of mnresat my vale barn nt 1500 to Insure n living colt Ilen retained on volts till season money Is tldlKnlIKKKJo Itrown Jr Is lred by Hod lllnl he by Joo Brown he by UallHII thorollgbhredTime he by Htonewall Jackson 2nd dam by Washington Denmark1 hrclllllUlmiddle horsantralns that Kentucky nfTord No greater urn of1tldhi horse has ever xlIlKtollOIlrllIIlhim always joon known throughout the thehtRoxsye hnllllAhlllhJllckHKNJtuk Ilroullhimson In tills county and Ims Iwo coItMIII11all 0111Idalso and his owner refused J76 for hIm whoa littlllIpresent HIIHOII at my stile Isnlatorniirpitrlerlwith ut grazed2Jpernialth to rrsbptfullcartwillbetakenrmy JAMES It UKAZLKY Stanford Ky 1 f J cl i Farm for Sale or Rent Oood firm of Sinncre near Turnersvllle for nalo or rent Nice now residence and necessary outbuilding In good rejmlr- rerjiisprlvftto Addness1 onVBII Ullr bin Ky or iallouU K lluwer on the ptac NOTICEAny one needing a Union Jack and WIrv Htretchurcan lenvu tholr order with T IK N wlundnt Htnnfonl lie hits out hn will show you mid take your owner and will till thosamo on short notice HT LUNHKOUI VITAE ORE Mothers Natures for the Ills of Mankind Pain Killer u rm Dooiroyvr UlseasaIts Iher lllood Vltnllipr anti Htrongth Restorer N II Bogio Mnrksbury ICoutucky Ueneral Agent BLACK HAWK Coming 1 year hid hwivv bOUt Meek wltb will ervr Ju- luN1utflflDforJuekcolts tlOMI fur Jennet cults mares At 111 to insure llvlHg eol- Slanslwlrtedwith forfelis lununinn Pin turt ttwIIIlr Not rotponallil for iiiCUlcnts should nn occur tell tev mly Jack noU their lack cults us well I fun show you what my Jack RU do I goon the Mlxiourl i hiiL show 111111ml1- III tolling you I will take nhwimru lit U1ou- hlg gill mule jack and Jmmt Soil I will oho storm my imk IVylon for iiB to ln unt n llrliiK tJ1t on same terns nt Itliick hawk WlllHlsokorvo u tow marmi IB1lltlptleIlW11lII ALMONT DARE Mired by Dignity Inelt1AIJ1111I- ts by tliwtor Kara 10 he by Black Kiiulrrvl Wb by mack Kaglo 71 he by liam lu 11I1I11IunllIII In 1oh Ia T 1111 slit by Atnliilwli Mauihrliio h A111101lt tit Yud Ind IInliI hy irl htlahvIkiurlonOldsfsr tlalnIntt514 e hlllrltIJHIIIS Upper lloltom Silt door by Importul 11AIIK hn upward of SJ Imixirt at crosiww on his ilninii to m iorto t Messenger time toltolnrted Itill Iliisiartia lline 01nqOrlatilencoStluua linixirled Ilan or Cnstlnorn KrorUol en fllnnnplllnckfnstTniVPlernnd other For tin style Isauty pier formanc In liurneM suit under taddle ron Iderlng age nnd handling he line mi sal lot nlll huh I him and ou IfNltnbht two tills ns I and tiieirownoni tire proud of them Will land at haw Alto two good lacks that need but few words of commendation to this public ai they have made their reputation nIt Xtl breeders Jacks will stand at JHUI each All the nhoe 11 tnllrlfrouttlustonvllle- n ton at my plnco HusUmvllIo Illlnrty turnpike Onus furnished ut liper month Not re sponsible for accident or escape K PowKLt A Mod Iluttonvllle Ky Kentucky Squirrel 2623 Vol VI regUtertnl saddle stalllim will nukt- hoMasonef Inrlll In ttjiufnml KyntlUTO INHllTrl A 11VINU ItilT Coattit It mllbllu talllonT- ycnmoUl n tMiiutlful bay ono white fog and star full 10 hands high wrlghii lau pounds with high style HCtlondzeiind tin Ih entitles him to the utli ntion of bretIen lfllltlJlIFIIt4lntl by WOld MiJldrrrl 2 by mark lot unto llle thud lerar reg No llLhy vniiStetr s Klllx Oil ul HI verKinghehpr tin TIIOI T1bIi- tonowttll Jnoksun Ynl1 dntu by 111111 FM trod 1s lit lnlll WDiliyUllt Kdgo 2nd dam tho iliim of Knglo lllnl by Stilt Kngle son of rablvlll Irf xliiKtou F14 ant dsht It Hamlet lien mark2IT Htar Kaglw being the best son of K Dnm Maude V fOh Jolllnltlimlnllr2nl lnan IIe IInlt show mure KUIe by VuiiMeters Wnx IIe llerthum half brother to the nut lrotalyof well formed stud ht 11II1rs Ids slse and high carriage on Ida get tOil remarkable de gree ltht ers will do well to look thl or over and note the low service fee be foru booking their mares iHewhere DANDY JIM Till Jennet Jack black with white olats 1IlIrld IAK hands high full brother to Hubble World fair winner PRINCE WOOD lnts I51 hands three binrtLoudJIIOkrwlllenlIIlIrooallt Trll1lnllllllln forfeit Insurance not rev x nslble for accidents names grazed lit tta l or mouth W H DUDUKHAIt Ilowland Ky DARE ALL NO 2086 The comhlnod stallion will miikp n Ilnill Ieasan IjlIt lj vn Mere Htock Kami miles West of llnitonvlllo Ky on the llriidfordsyllle t Hustonvlllu pike near to Insure livingat 111 II colt Mares traded or parted with forfeits nnd money Incomes due at time of such transaction Lion retained on cult till season Is paid Mares rlll1 at iW a month Uritlnfed lfdexlnrlatrensomihlet- ies Nutt Is p01d leforo removal mares Marta entrusted will receive my personal attention hilt wo will not bo rev anal for orescapcsD- KHCiiiUTloxflIolIllln Iwtt lJJ hands high dark luiy with one front and rear fait white star A model of great Ixuuty with short l ack long neck tutu wellsloping uliouHlersii I with great stylons one would tect Irolll rlIdlllIC his 000d bonu line feet and legs wonderfu stamina Attrnetlve by halter under saddle nnd In harness with that graceful movement that by luherttnnco fromo n long nu0ttheNost famous ancestry of saddle horses the world has ever pralvcd1- Kh1UKBK6Mltttl by Dignity hare No icstur Oaro II lolfy Jllllck squlrrel r8 tin by lilack Ka he by King VIhllaln STl he by Wash ftiaton narkUoibnunilrkiiiN lit Kunnloh tT31 lied 2nd duet by Mol Iiastl5Kills William 67 3rd dam by Ita Th ni6 ultyahlrstclam iv WIIChlltothClOT AT 1I1t I11 hy H imidambyAlxbillaliMessenBerarddambys ItyMAtghl nllr All to the public tnku UIcIIMlon tu I have lseu Lircedernndluuttllerof timer suklle hnrru taught too Iuro yens Btu II high chitsapprcoto know ii of carolul piilnstuk gbritdingititilcontusnsuutunilresult of at ngt nr hue nITorllld crr- 11I1I hluod 1II0it agruiUrjircentShuts imytstallion lrVll lit hulnl- lrlgunlod In us preCNlunt lor franc sitIdlo horses All lrlI bt tlluIImlllllrllell eoudtig luinmia DIpnlty Dare ins II- Itllrn now hipster Dare following a long listby show hors out of slresevery unuit great nl IIIIIIOUI its that wru01 mitres hla dlllll lInllho MC the- atestsboWtnarUWaover owuFd buying ntnlea hllll- to rplltsd III conllderallon the prolpeo- llve rundltIJrerouU u thInk how horse Meuhhn before bookhig your lies1O14KOAItLf NT1 ht Phone in tesidClhCC Kxcbnnge tTi J 1 CRIT IION This on the collar oi n mans coat ia n guarantee of good quality Wo believe tho Criterion today to bo tho host built KKADYMADK COAT obtainable No matter the Quality of the Material nor Ileautyof Pattern if your Coat is not built to ling the Neck follow the Lutes of your fbrin with u broad graoefully curved shoulder then xit are not well dromil In tho Criterion You find these points perfect We are showing thorn in highgrades this time in two nnd threoincco still Blacks Blue Borgeo Fancy Woretwla nnd the New and Beautiful Greys nt 815 817150 nnd 80 per Suit Sco them and you will like them whether you purclmfo notH J McROBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY 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 TRAoe MAA K LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists At this season of the year we recommend according to our motto Only the Host for household remedies lyn While IIlId tr for cough anti Uhocolutn Quinine ComiKMind lIlets for 1IIIIIrll1 Vgptllhle IitnkC1et ed Ill In for thin I Ivor Bad Htomnch Io01str brim SSo eueh Whyllny shore or try oth IraT We are se1N agents for thu Original Orlxshy ioldcn Kye Halve which is sold on n granulatedI1deFhbvnHerofulouHoruleweakyea Mtycs ttc also for stock lrleu only the As u dreln for 1o0ftlIr klnds Ubonualed I Paint Your lOOSe I Dont your house need a fresh coat of paint Spring is nearly here and it certainly wouldadd greatly t to its appearance We have the best ReadyMixed Paints madeITry i- tSTANFORD DRUG CO zorI I Dont Forget To t eleleallsssasete- L Skint our Now Tailored Suits Now Skirts both Voiles and Fanoiw Now 1 kWYrnitg Now Net and Silk Waists Now Wash Wujgfe Now Muslin Uniler j cnrIi1s OJHncli Guaranteed muck Talfutii Silk tho S 110 quality for 80o Just Mic kind for drop skirts I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY I BTANFOUD Ky Amu 10 1JOi v SyNBlllNB Finish will make old furriHur look liko new Pennys Dru Store u PERSONALS Mar S P GRAY U quite slek kilns J P BRADY continued very 1Mlut W 0 WALKER has been slak for sevoral day s MR W S EMHRY is assisting in Me Roberts Drug Su PKOIUIB EALY and wife have moved lntotlto blue Lee proporty ENOLBUAN JR has roo I turnedMRfrom Morcor county MliB Jou WHKAT of Mlddleburg Is of Mrs Leo Myers W I IATTOmmY hero WcdnodnyIHAMILTON has takcmI rooms nt Mbw Mollie Daughcrtys JASON WBSLKY Caseys clever cir cull clerk woe in town Wednesday Ito nwAsTlm THOMAS WALKER or the K C division Is tho guest of Mr Armp Feland MISS GLEN OWENS FAIR of Hartford is with her aunt Mrs S M Owens near McKinney Mnesiw C C WILLIAMS and G M Italian of ML Vernon were here on buslnefs Tuesday HON J S OWSLIJY Sn or Loxlnjr ton came over Tuesday to visit his son Mr J S Owsloy Jr GBOROE EALY tolls us that ho will gc back to his old Job as solicitor for Heat ley Bros livery stable Monday MR JOHN N MENBKEE SB lefl Tuesday for Joplin Mo to visit hU daughter and look after his mining in terests Ew C E POWBLL who with hli family has spent tho Winter at Day tona Fia orders his paper sent to Lexington Muss EIIZABBTII SIMPSON of Gar ran joined the Stanford people who went to the C W B M and Bible con ventlon at Somerset HARRY CninciiriELD who has made J S Murphy of McKinney n splendid miller has moved to Beron to take charge of a big flouring mill MRB KATE MILLER and Robert Fen zed went to Louisville Wednesday to sec the latter mother who ii being treat ed in tho Deaconess Hospital there DR HUCII RECD left yesterday foi f Martlnsvillo Ind to try to rid himscll of rheumatism 110 will go from Mar tinsvillo to Chicago to take a post grad unto course in medicine REv 0 M HOEY of Somerset un derwent a severe operation in Louis r ville Tuesday Ho was doing well at last accounts and his friends hero hope he will soon be well DgalnI Tim followinfiare attending tho C W B M convention at Somerset Hev and L M Omer Mr and Mrs C E Tate Mrs Nora Goodknlght Mrs A C Hill Miss Jennie Hockcr and Da vld Goodknlght A GOOD picture of Capt J B Willis l and his splendid wlfo appeared In Wed nesdays Louisville Times Every per son whoso name has appeared on the Crab Orchanl Springs r in the last half a dozen years will remember them with pleasure 1LOCALSBEST chick feed nt Singletons atthe FriPOTATO rink tonight day ALL fancy groceries at cost W K Warner Co BUY Panama and straw hats of Cum mina McClary Fon RENT Cottage on Mill Street J II Baughman Co TilE pay train passed upyesterday distributing lots of filthy lucre CABBAGE tomato and other plants for sale Ed Hubbard Stanford WANTED nicerloo of country lard hams and sides T D Newland Fun SALE Fiveyearold IChand horse mule Ski Myers Stanford DONT forget the horse show at Hus tonville tomorrow Saturday afternoon SOLID colored linens and Linetts and Star braids for braiding Severance Son THE regular meeting q of Crab Orchard I lodge No 686 F A M next Monday night Work exemplified In third de gree All Masons invited Work to bo done by Lancaster team SIR tho potato race at tho rink tonight It will provoke much laughter J W POWBLL tho Depot street gro cor has opened a broommaking otub lishment PLEASE bring the key you have taken from tho opera house Stanford Rink Co UBSSIK the 18 year a daughter of Miller Broaddus colored died of con sumption Tuesday t TILE Graded School proposition at Liberty was doftnted at tho olcctioi Saturday by 18 votes LOST signet ring bearing name ot John Smith Loave with me and RO reward Henry Logan Stanford MOTHERS dress you boys in Perfcc tion clothes See the many pattern wo ore showing for boys of three to 20 years Cummins McClary Tarns IIwill bo no excursion over the L N to Cincinnati Sunday as hns been reported The first excursion will run two weeks from next Sunday EMIIROIDBRYNCW patterns trom New York All kinds of stamping don neatly and orders filled promptly Mrs Martha A Kendrick Danville Ky CAIT SAM D MAGEE of Crab Orch an has been rcappointed guard at the Frankfort penitentiary A good demo crat and a hard worker In elections is he THE enrollment of the Somerset Grad ed Schools for March was 1302 ot that nun417 were neither tardy nor absent during the month A splendid record TilE McKinney Canning Co will can lots of tomatoes this year Manager E J Tanner informs us He has contract ed for over 100 acres of the luscious vegetable WE were In error when our type made us say that Mr John J Moser candidate for jailer is a son of Mr William Moser It should have read Mr Fred Moser Beg pardon TilE court of appeals dismissed the appeal of William Humber of Lancaster who was given a life scntcnci for tile killing of George Pollard n policeman Number broke jail and mad his escape this being tho grounds foi dismissal MACHINERY to test tho barytcs on the farms of Messrs B W GivensI and J T Sandidge in the Hubble cc tion havo arrived and an expert fron New York City will make the test If tho depth proves to lie as great as It now appears tho yield will be of long duration and very valuable AT a meeting theCrnb Orchard Fair Racing Association at Crab Or chard Tuesday it Was decided to hold a three days fair this yearJuly 10 11 and 12 Tho following officers wore elected Col J W Guest president W A Boooks 1st vlco president W H Shanks 2nd W B Burton 3rd Bronaugh secretary J C Bailey treasurer Pate Parrish W S Burch A C Dunn Morris Perkins J F Hoi dam J W Guest R II Bronaugh W A Brooks J C Bailey directors THE Black Cat is no more When Dan Traylors license at tho Blue Wing saloon at Rowland expired Tues day W P Walker Co rented the budding and moved in their stock of wet goods from the Black Cat Tho move gives tho proprietors of the only saloon in Lincoln county a better location and the amount of business they will do from now until Aug 28th the expiration of their license will run far up into tile thousands Of course- tho court of appeals makes a decis- Ion favorable to the wets soon Messrs Walker Cos bonanza will not bo so greatP- ECULIAR PISTOL irG W Ed wards while plowing on the Pennington formerly Whitley farm in the East End found a curiosity in the shape of a nap and ball pistol of odd shape Tho mmtner goes entirely through the center of the pistol and has a tube like a rlflo The barrel is about three inches In length and is 32 bore Nothing like It in shape has ever been seen here and finding it on Col William Whitleys old homo place leads Mr Edwards to believe he has something of very ancient make Relic hunters would do well toe him concerning this find as it ceri ninly is curiosity B rcv Cheaper to Move Than Pay Rent is on old saying but n truo ono is When your clothes get too small you must get larger ones Our growing trade demands moro room and wo will moo about Juno 1st to the largo room now being built for us in the Mycr Homo Corner Wo hoped to get in this now room for tho Spring trade but tho bad weather kept tho work back Vo bought heavily of Spring goods hud ore crowded for space consequently wo will odor many attractive bar gains in order to reduce our stock by moving time Juuo 1st The cold weather has hindered tho telling of Spring goods and we must reduce our stock within tho next 45 days Watch this space for special oflerings RAVE a splendid lot of buggy hat ness at all prices J C McClary TilE floor at Waltons Opera Housi was full of skaters Tuesday night and everybody seemed to have a goouUime The Tug of Warwas tho attraction and it brought forth much laughter Tonight Friday n Potato Race will- bo the attraction and those who have seen one will know how much fun It af fords r CELEBRATION AT TilE BAITI8T CHURCH IN CRAB ORCHARD The Odd Fellows of Crab Orchard Lodge No 108 will celebrate the 8Sth anniversary on the night of April 2Gth beginning at 830 oclock Bro William Henry Warren of Barbonrvillo who has been twice around tho world will bo with us and address the crowd lie can talk Odd Fellowship from experience Come and hoar him you will enjoy his talk Do not miss It Invitation extended to- all J D Anderson R C White R G Pcttus committee MR J C Mc had neph ews who were members of fire compn nies a week ago one belonging to tho department at Galveston Texas and tho other with thn louisville fire fighters Our last issue told of the injuries and subsequent death of Mr Edgar M Nevius of Galveston and now comes tho news that Thomas McGlenn the other nephew received fearful injuries during n fire in tho Falls City A mom ber of his company fell and MrMc Glenn fell over him and while down he was struck on the head by a nozzle rendering him unconscious While he lay there the firo fearfully blistered his face and it is feared that tho sight of one eye is destroyed MR MARK DINhas contracted with the planing mill man J R Pow ell for the erection of a largo store room in tho Myers Hotel corner Main Depot streets It will bo by far the largest business house in this city be- Ing 100 feet long by 26 feet wide with basement 50x26 feet The plate glass show windows would bo a credit to a city store being TJxll and six feet deep The shelving counters and other inside fixtures will bo most modern and convenient Wo are glad to note the public spiritedness displayed by Mr Hardin and that he realizes that so vat uable a site should bo put to good use this being one of the best locations for a business house in Stanford Wo areal so glad to state that the enterprising firm of Severance Son will occupy this room after Juno 1 Their growing trade demands a larger room and more space for displaying their goods They will install many modern conveniences for the comfort of their customers and will also add some now lines and jn crease tho ones now carried This firm is determined to give the people of Lin colt county and Stanford the kind of service they deserve and meet every demand for merchandise of quality and reasonableness in price Mark Hardin had a 100 Jersey cow to get foundered on bran and died J E Lynn sold u mare mule colt by Dishon Smiths jack Buck Varnonfor 100Joseph Mattingly aged 20 years son of Dr W E Mattingly is dead of con sumption at Lebanon Frank Johnson a cripple fell on the street at Evansville Ind and bit off nearly half of his tongue The building occupied by King Metzger jewelers at Lexington collapsed burying many thousands of dol lars worth of jewelry beneath tons of debris George Golden shot and killed Mrs Kato Sangstcr in a restaurant at Clare more I T and later was shot dead by Marshal Leech and deputies in a run ning fight George Huber was convicted at Newport on the charge of leasing property for poolroom purposes and was fined 10000 lIe pleaded a former convIc- tion when the lino was only 250 President Roosevelt is bald to be preparing to shift his support to some other man for tho republican nomination or tho presidency in case Taft is beat en by Foraker in tho Ohio primary fight Gov Hughosand Secretary Cor elyou are mentioned as possibilities State Inspector Henry Hines in his report to tho Governor on the condi ion of the fiscal affairs in Owen county barged three former sheriffs with deliberate and intentional fraud in tho collection of taxes and estimates that the State has been deprived of thou ands of dollars by of funds ICHURCn MATTERS Tho 8th district Christian Endeavor Union will hold a convention at Pleas ant Grove church Garrard county on Saturday April 27th At the Pint Annual Congress of the Disciples of Christ which began its ses lion in Cincinnati last week the shortage in tho number of ministers Was tho principle topic it being shown that there are about 1300000 members in the Christian Church of the country nnd only about 7000 ministers to tnkn charge of them The vacant pulpits already number over two thousand nnd that number is constantly on the in crease as the Christian memdership grows TT1IS I c95t Ycu No one ia immune from Kldnoy trouble so just remember that Foley Kldnoy Cure will stop tho irregulari ties and euro any case of kidney and bladder trouble that is not beyond the roach of medicine G L Penny Sixty years ago a Pennsylvania farmer cut down a chestnut tree on a neighbors property Recently the heirs of the farmer the costs of tho suit upon final decision The total expenses were 30000 After preliminary examinations cov ering 22 days a jury has been cured m the Abraham Hue case In San Francisco The jurors chosen however are subject to peremptory chal lenge No move has yet been made by the attorneys for Harry K Thaw to secure his release on bail Notice to Builders I Hrhool HUtrlcl Xo county of Lincoln HUte of Ktmtucily To lontrllclororRlUt liulMvra notice U lion by given Hint propoaUortheirvctlonof n schoolhouse In the rocHvetl by the undcrnlKnitl nt the amen of 0 Hliiuloton In Hlnnford whoruplansandspeclllcntlousroay If wen until I oclock r on of May nt which tliui the contract will Iw nwiinliHl tnttre lowent nnd Lost bolder A Iwnd wilds n qtilnil for the performance of the contract the Ixmril reserving till right to reject any or nil bids ThIs the Tth day of April 1W7 JT Iipnnmtvit Chairman Pence Jr IVnco Jrn will make the wason of nt burn thins Knit f Hrodhcud nnd mile North of Sit Vtrnon lit MU to III sure n living cult If mare U traded or part ed with the season money Ixcomcs due Tlili excellent itnlllim Ii the property of Mr John 7 Himoimiiiore of Lincoln coun ty Pence Jr Iwy Unlllnn I years out full 10 hands Idgn tyle and action fly Ic nee hu by Hlonzl he by Ilelmont he by Alexundt r Altdallali JVncea lit dumlAtinont KorreitJnd dam by ird sum Uro 4lh dam by Copper iKittom IuncoJr14 dam by Kd liar low SfiS by liiKt lar 1OK he hr Volunteer V Kd Hiirlow 1st dam by Woburn 2nd dnm by u Mnmbrlnu horse 3rd dam by Mamhrlno Meckenger lcnceJrb2dstun- by UIIs Vermont jrrV Mares grazed at 2U per month not ro pomiltilo for accidents or u cuiws should ally occur K L HM1TJI Hlatt Ky Antecarlo 226 12 Made over Venmlllea track In winning race Hired by Ante ltlSd that toM for tW 1 nt public wile MOf Ann h Hall storm ton of Mnutlritto1atchen These two crosses produced The Abbot SU champion trotting gelding AndreJackdam by Independence sonof ton Independence dRill by American Htar The nurlean Htar and Andrew Jack con blood la responsible for Uroircua S0li the champion trotting italllon of tho world You koo Antecnrloi two top crosses are re sponsible for the fastest next thefastestcroisun are responslhlo for stul lion Then you see he is better bred than either of them for he hoe the blood of both Antecnrlo b II solid brown horso 15Ji hands high weighing 1110 pounds lino style and action nt Jiu to Insure n living loll BUCK VARNONItl- ack Jack with white points S years old lihands high Kino breeder and great In Ilvdunl A luck of line lane nod action Will stnnd nt 10 to Insure n living colt All will stand nt V K Dishon tarn on Ottonhelm pike 3X miles from Stanford Marcs grazed nt U Per month Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Dishon XL Smith I will stand Five Good Stallions And Five Well Bred Jacks- at the low price of IO to Insure a Living Colt The pony JKSSE ALVERSON will also make the present season at my barn Liring me a good mare and if the colt is nol a good one you neednt pay for it I roposo to satisfy you I contend that I im standing stock lower than any body quality considered See my stal ions and jacks before you breed Grass furnished at the regular price Care taken 10 accidents and escapes but not responsible should any occnrIJ K IUUGHMAN Hustonville Ky C f Special No If 1 lalltraesegI J600 yards New Spring Ginghams in desirable patterns tho kind thatfsell everywhere at 12 and 15c Our price as long as tboy Just fa only per yard Early null advantageous purchasing enables us to ofleriheae this reduced price Itomcmbcr the best patterns go first t AMERICAN BEAUTY Stile 743 IKalamuoo Corset Co Sale Makers rsets I e ICcc have a full line of sizes in both The American Beauty IV Warners RustProof Corsets at 8100 8150 8200 0 Every pair is guaranteed to g absolute Eati lacltion and if they fail to do so we will give you free of charge a new corset Give them l trial and be convinced I NCO t L M RUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court House i STANFORD aasasoa +aa- i KENTUCKY I MTTINGS j rYO t PatjA Choice Selection of terns 12 12 To 35c Per Yard W B Perkins Crab OrchardI Screen Doors Screen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting Garden Tools r Garden Seedsj Plow Gear c at Bottom Prices at Geo D Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware and Groceries Main Street STANFORD KY EGGS FOR SALE I HO u rlhorn ell fl for setting of U three settings or J brualtot liust-uavllle14L Lw N TIME TABLE 021 Bouth 1121 P1I ot Mouth r x Noil North eat A otl North S1T r x JOS 8 RICE Agent 1 r The Interior Journal Entered in the IOjfice at Stanford cu Mcondelcuj matter rOBlasHBD 81ATL00 PER Wben riot so paid 1200 wlllbe charged NOTICE I iToth080 dlrllllt the rIVlIIOof drInking spring water 111m now 8lIIl1g Olympian water for ItO gallons of O Water prlo now for sa TIIICe gallo pricea ticket tore for club Ihealhetlckotsantpurchas- ed purchoOr to furnish hltiN1 lH lror r P O Hustonvllle li NOTICE I that afflictedWo rheunrntism want every Sidney trouble or any with blood to try II dlscnl e urletng nelllelllremedyof our IttoeuroItto ennecor- dbgtodir terweegunrant or your will be totuOIlOr 11 dosfunded hnrh gunrsnlt6 Irlco 11XJ Fo- with a t1OI inneyKyItlVIlllamsAgentsale by 4AWORD TO YOU I You ore lntlkd to took ot the Now Whitt- loDd ltamburge Lnces Sc Also a now Blue BrownOray- UrLITUosahavingEggnudtLblckun to sell 1 will give range ilrliig them In before they go down O B HAKIllH Grab Orchard Ky A S PRICE Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Buil- dingINSURANCE Fire Lightning WlndfllorlllIU end And Joaldent None the Oompallie lttprelcllted lowest Pos tit fnoogqualldaTitik withsa l ylngHuo MAHONY Stanford Kcntucky fIjtResidence Phone No D J SMITH Is rlnle and Mmn- ll1roatupuundsgntnulotedaugnr for IlOumh brown lIug r tor f IlIr 6c lOuk s 01 IAnox 10o3Ouko Toilet Soap for 5c Other thin- gsebnwhere0 tJoIoro bulngugtfr wear halt nnd n few of old left Just lit price CILBERTS CREEK KY Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special Attention Often onimerctnl lIen ood lash at IleaKOimblo Itatea a Stock Pens In Connection GIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU Why buy rendp nindeolclothingwhen there 110 little difference In tile price of reedy z made lulU and u hull madeto your measure taken by an experienced tailor I have a handsome tine of Npringt Hummer goods I can make front it low price buslnoM suit to the flnentdress suit Overcoats Trous ers end Fiinoy Vests The company I rep resent U second to none i H O UUIORY The Tailor Htnnfonl Ky JflMES M PHILLIPS STANFORD KYM DEAUB IK Building Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build dors Hardware Paints Oils Etc I manufacture concrete blocks for building purposes and do all kinds of con of crete work Prices on application in e1 rCear up Undertaker Embalmer and of Dealer in HarnesaSaddlery A dtc STANFORD KENTUCKY omen Phone 187 Home Phone 35 I JLBeazleyCo s UndertaKers and Embalm r ers Also Dealers in FurIt niture MattingaRugs Theyvwill exchange h all Kinds of Stock Giveh Them a Call Prices Right- e STANFORD KENTUCKY YrfrjJ+ y FARMERS DEPARTMENT Sam Tuggle bought 20 1300poun cattle of Monte Fox at GcDnnville Herald Grecley Lutes bought of Emmett McCormack a lot of stock hogs at 6c and a lot of butcher stuff at 32c Georgo Miller Givens will breed his fine gray mare to Joe Brown Jr the splendid saddle stallion of James R DeazleySee D Eads Stanford be for contracting your wool lie represent the Springfield Woolen Mills Co Spring field Tenn W 0 Carrick of Scott county pur chase from Mr Jacoby of Hutchisoi Station Bourbon county 7000 barrels of corn at 275 Jas B Woods of the Paint Lick section was here Tuesday and bought a finely bred Jersey bull of F Reid Mr Woods will place the bull at the head of his splendid herd of cattle Over 500 chickens mostly valuable game cocks and prize white leghorns with about 100 turkeys geese and ducks were burned to death by a firo in the hennery conducted by T L Sitch of near Anchorage Embry Bros Reids great brood mare by Kingston dropped a stud colt- by Ornament a week ago The young ster became sick a few days after hisI arrivaland has been under the care of a veterinarian since It is estimated that 1200 acres of land in the Laredo district of Texas will yield this year 24000000 pounds of onions which will mean a clear profit of 480000 to the growers This yield is the result of irrigation George Robinson sold to A H MoOdyI of Scottsboro Ala his fine 3year old show jack Senator McCreary for theI handsome price of 1250 Senator said by expert judges of jack stock to- be one of the finest animals in the StateAdvocate Mat S Cohen of Richmondwon three first prizes at the horse show at Brooke lyn N Y lie won the first premium In the class for saddle horses under fifteentwo the first prize for the best combination horse and first prize for the best trained saddle horse at the Brooklyn show One of the greatest enemies to the growing wheat crops that has yet appeared is the green bug that has utterly ruined many fields in Texas Reports from several points in Warren county this State say it has made its appearance there and much alarm is felt in consequence Fox McDowell Cosold to E Eagin of Chicago and Joseph Stern Son of New York City 400 fat cattle which they have at the distillery of Muller Wathen Kobart Lebanon to be delivered May 1st at 5 cents per pound The cattle are an exceptional- lot and weigh now about 1200 Dan vine News In its mention of tho horse show at Somerset the Journal says Decidedly the most attractive horse in the ring was Dr Cains splendid young combin ed stallion Pulaski Dare seconded by Keeneys Midnight Dare both sired by- tho popular Dignity Dare Dignity Dare id owned by D S Carpenter of No 12052 excels as- a producer Four of his colts sold last weekat the John Cash sale two and three years old halter broken at an av erago of 195 His combined geldings topped the Danville Horse Sale in February and did the same at Dodds sale in March selling as high as 560 They also brought the best prices for combined geldings at the Ohio sale this monthA Lexington dispatch says Dr Arnold Frank personal representative the German Emperor who had been Kentucky for two weeks buying horses for German army officers left for New York to sail for Germany Dr Frankcame here to buy 1000 horses but secured only eight in Kentucky Ho says Kentucky torsos do not come to the standard of weight and durability required by the German army Dr Frank will go to Australia in search torsos Woman Tells How to Relieve Rheumatic Pains I havo been a very groat sufferer from the dreadfuldsoaso rheumatism for a number of years I have tried many medicines but never got meet relief from any of them until two years ago whon I bought a battle otl Chum lorhiln Pain Balm I found mile before I had used all of one bottle but kept on applying It and soon felt ike a different woman Through my advice many of my friends havo tried it and can tell you how wonderfully it has worked Mrs Sarah A Cole 140 New St Dover Del Chamberlains Pain Balm Is a liniment The = relief from pain which It affords is lone worth many times its cost It lakes rest and sleep possible Fur sl11e by all druggists To Race Horse Followers Everywhere This is my downfall and I wish hose who bet on the race horses to learn a lesson from this ticket It will et you all in the end II wrote Tony Dc- arney just before killing himself in Chicago bet his last dollar on a lorse and the animal did not win No distress or misery from over atlng if you strengthen the stomach riff MIona Fifty cents a box sold odor guarantee G L Penny i A Nice Home for SaleI f tlpMro to sell my house had tot In Ora Orclmnt 6 rooms ono hurt of Iniiil loa bnru all IICIS8I1r uuthullding New OlllllgnllifrullJ lb SrKKNiiKWiBXlrtibtirclwnl T K Irons of Unit Orclmrd Ky the wel known eatralerIloriuis rattle tle I now icmlv to iwrvo Ills old friends end hope to mnkw ninny now lilies If you IIIIVB n homo or mule to cm trntoMivetlie work to Orosr and have It done right Ho iilno ro mute big navel nt the ronnoimblo price of fAi to 11 and makes n specialty of cnntrnt lag lllilcllngs Iliono In resiclonce Crnb Or clmnl Kxcbnngc EXCELSIOR The iiKKloI Jock by Kmporor and out of n Jonnot by IngtortIllldnlgowill Blake the hPiixon my tIIIII IIIlhlI twllih of Onlh tIfOIllslur IIln of Mr I Nhelby 11 Mint no doubt Situ will bo rijuul to If not su Seder to Slut of IiU famout anco toni Blue Eye the Secondb- y HundloyM fatuous Blue Kyos Hh tland IHIIIV wilt also nmko the WHUOII at my nlntf nt Mare traded or ronuneil forfeit Incur nllco lid monoy U oomoa duo and mn t U paid at ttmo of nmli tran actlon Man poltlbeforesired nt routonablu rates Mutes ontrnttnl 11111111011hutescnpiw 1hono III recldeltee- JOhIN ILCAtlPKNTKIt Onib Drvlmrd KyI DORSEY GOLD DUST 12052 Ono of Kentuekyi best producer Full brother to Kstelle tM slml t ioldduat lei by lioldilimt by Vermont tlurgnhdetu hy ZlUadl an ImportMl tnt biun stallion Iklrsry noklduoii dam U Florence by Oolden Mlngo Uhlef n sun of- inns III an liiteii oly In d Morgundecendlag frolll Jugln llIr Inu on tooth sides tilt of road llersknowttS heart inlddutIs n dark hay full 16 bund high and weigh IMiundii n proven and uniform bawler of and Kanlern horses coin blu ing and anildle and areluflcuuudattotprices Will mnkv the pmuntenson at my farm Ricer stun ford on llustonvllleplkf BUTU INMtTIlK oCOITIMare kept at n cent srWeek No reIupomilblllty for nreldentR or oculec The best of iMTronal attention given Also at Mime plaot will make the prevent Hlison with n title large young JIIkl de sandltigfrontTuol Keene RIIII J Rlk the last of mule jack at III Til IN HUKK VMrLKDOITK Kill ruil Kv Bank Brigham Young I will Ktiiml thu No1 niiiln tack IlrlKlmm uuugntwyplncennthultulunYlllurondI living colt WUMUIUHV Htnnronl j J W AGEYI liLivery Food and Stale Stables Klratcliuxrltfftnt riiuoimtilo rate Kvory rig now and hear frvili HtuMe in ronr of rHt Asaph hotel Htuiifunl Ky 1Iioiu I- rOGreatland1408 Urvntritionot Highland IKHiiii rlcJO 1st dlllll nnlhrlllo IH nnmrkftM by Ikiimiirk Snit ilnin llittlu H liy IH nmnrki Hrtlilnmliy llimll Duke oYlloIInml Is tll sin of the rlmmplon omldltiitnlltonof IWMJnuk many other pre III winner o l elpht ycnr old sorrel in hands high MrliniliiR It1 tumid star und unlp two white hlud feet Ho Inn moro ulio dyle wllht nml action tlinii uny saddle alhlllun In Kentucky Highland Denmark2nd totlrt1 by lligiilaiul iKinmiirk an lit until liy Alllx Wllke Slid dam liy fPfUIhlIl11l1rk lId In n tmjr stallion itnr 5111 and will Ill lull 26 hnnd hlgn Fonk Preston 922 Hlrwl by Vmhliifiton II lot dam Hello by Itixlerlrk Slid duel by n iHiinmrk hot p Tronlnn hOI met lush do fenced nit tuft stow linnn of his day and him prnvMi lilmuilf u grrnt bnttliirof hlghohiM saddle and IlIIrllOls horse- sChester Chief sired liy OIlIr Dare m lot dam by ittil Chief Chf trflilcM it nil Mirrvl itnlllon wren yonm old Iimulu lilxli with plenty of Ions Urn style and at Hon Jay Wig Trotting KtiillliHi Hind by Wlggliin It Jay Illnl Joy Win Is n rmui Imrtv fenlesl nM will Is 16 hnmU blgli und to weigh I pound Koalttl IWI General Wood 850 My Dr McOtird lio by Oat Vwxl tl hit him by Uladitonr Ocmrnl Wood III lour ypitr old bbivk with whlto HlnU 15 hand II tame unit length nisi hft8 1morevou have n aiwl Ilkp toll- irrml to 1I0ldJIIIlt Kintnvky lirveJ to- Ilwrnlrod Tin ulmve ulnlltoiK and jnok will ninkr lh- ernnn at l i rout riinr mitr Islington will mall catalogue glvtiiK trllll and pl lure of Jack HlnrhrlKlit RIIlIcutlOIiIJ KtOOK Alo tir atlitnd 1liici GEORGE MCIR I will stand the nhorc horse nnd a fine jack nt 810 to insure n living colt See them before you breed M H JJAfuiiMAN Htnnfonl Ky First NationalStanford ICy Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was originally esUbllibefi U the Deposit Jlllnk of Stanford In II7l then reorganized as the National Hank of Stanford In 1685 and again reorganised at the First National flack of Stanford In less haying had practically an uninter rupted existence for 43 It Is better supplied now with facilities for tranmiat Infc business promptly and well than ever before In Its long and honorable cares Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Officers 1 nOOKEIl Prest aT Aunts V Pre J J MOK011KIIT8 OJjr W U WEItnNAntObn Directors V Reid DaoTllle S T Harris HtanforS J 3 Ilocker Stanford K L Tanner McKlnney U D El more Stanford 9 H Stanford T P Illll Stanford Jn Iloblnion Hubble 111 RauKbman StanfordIJ Pettus 0 E Tate Stanford the Lincoln goimty national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky HAS A Capital 5000000 Surplus Undivided Profits 2500000 Individual Deposits 24000000 Available for use of its Patrons 315000- 00Musical InstrumentsHaving purchased the business of J B Finlay we can furnish you with everything in tho mils ical line Graphophoncs all prices String Instruments nil kinds Sheet Music Records Etc Pianos and Pianolas of the best tuakca HUGH MURRAYThe Jeweler DANVILLE KY Iit r iitti iliinali JlM rin Ill 1EVERY ONE A WINNER I timed t lie you n snappy Ylourl l youbutSAAf ROBINSONJSTANFORD KY n III Brown Pivot Beam Rid = ing Cultivatorl DIRECT PRESSURE Balancing Lever rmirtw omnfort for Imtb ojHnitir flu1iteam Powerful I ovemgo on toot trendies makw elks work for the operator Quick action in dodging rnmked 11111ill corn j uiakfx it gnpdrior to uny thing on till market Try One And Be Convinced UreH HIGGINSI I have just received a large shipment of the famous PEERLESS ICE CREAM FREEZIERS They make your CREAM quicker and better than any other in the world Try it 4 GEORGE H FARRIS tx u jE T PENCEijad You Thought of ThisI- f u spark should blow under your old dry shingle roof had you thought of the consequences mud what it might mean to you If you have n TIN HOOF there is no danger from fire starting on the roof and it will last1 twice as long ns holy shingle you CUll get these days and cost very little more Give me u trial aid I will please you S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and lumber W B McRoberts IiSTANFORD Books Wall Paper Paints Oilstand Tarnishes PERSONAL supervision given tQ all Prescriptions compounded