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It 1 I 17 J THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXV STANFORD KY TUESDAY APRIL 23 1907 15tState Normal School Richmond Ky Tho 21st day of March 1906 was a nolobfo one in the educational history of Kentucky for on that day Gov Beckham signed tho bill crcatinR two Stato Normal Schools The lato R W Miller introduced the bill and it passed both Houses of tho General Assembly without a dissenting voto Tho two Normal Schools provided for by this bill nro maintained by SWto taxation and every man who pays any tax at nil Is in part n supporter of these instltu tlons It is not wise for the people to foster and support an institution with out knowing of itajmcrlta or without watching the results of its achieve ments For this reason the people of Kentucky should keep In close touch with the Normal Schools and their workfho faculty and student body of the Eastern State Normal School solicits tho frequent visits and close inspection of all Kentuckians Tho Board of UeRents which is tho governing body of tho school is com posed of State Supt Jamw II Fuqua r J A Sullivan Richmond P W Grin stead Lexington Fred A Vaughn Pnintsville and J W Cammack Ow enton The Normal Executive Council is composed of State Supt Fuqua President It N Hoark of the Eastern Normal and President H II Cherry of the Western Normal At a recent meeting of this Council at Frankfort the following requirements were agreed upon to secure n two years cortirt cato that U valid many part of tho State for that length of time the up t plicant must havo completed the pro scribed course of study spent at least 23 weeks In tho Normal havo taught ptsuccessfully for six months and have an grade of 85 per cent f iand not fall below 76 per cent In any To secure a life diploma the must fulfill the same require and have taught successfully for 1branch in the public schools of Ken The policy of the Eastern Nor to make the entrance require ments rather easy and lay strong em phasis on the exit requirements This policy is being carried out fully If present conditions prevail no student will get a high grado from the Eastern Normal unless ho merilait The in atructors in charge have expressed themselves that they would rather un dergrado than to overgrade Central University has offered a free scholarship to a student of tho Normal who makes satisfactory grade here At present classes ore conducted in Arithmetic U S History Geography Grammar Civics Physiology English Composition Pedagogy Rhetoric AI fjebra Literature General History Botany Latin German Physics Edu rational Economy Method in Educa It tion Geometry Drawing and Penman shipS enrollment has grown to 913 In the Normal and 166 in tho Model Do I partmcnU All the counties of the Bas I tern District except six are represent ed To accommodate tho increased at tendance tho teaching corpa hUll been augmented Prof L N Taylor Sup erintendent of Pulask county has been teaching In tho Normal for some time The recent additions are Prof I II Booth instructor In penmanship and Miss Cassidy teacher of U S HU DaisyIp School has resigned her position and i cone to Columbia College Now York Miss Mary Hall of tho Normal is fill ing her place for the present Among the many students in attend ance might be mentioned is Hon M P Campbell of Pike county who was t a representative in the lost Generals t Assembly and Miss May Guold who is n native of Perth West Australia but came from the opposite side of tho Globe to attend tho E K S N S Tho people of Richmond speak well of all 1 the Normal students Prof E Hi Crawford director of the i Model School is a member of Gov K Beckhama stall He has organized a cadet corps among tho boys or his school Tho corps Is drilling and pre paring for a trip to tho Jamestown Ex position next Summer The students of the Normal have organized a basket ball team a base ball team and a mill tary drill Tho first convocation of county su pcrlntcndcnta of the Eastern District convened in Chapel Hall at 2 oclock Tuesdays April 9th Eighteen superin tendents from various parts of East Kentucky were present Tho superin tendents were welcomed by addresses from Prof Roark Mayor Woods and Judge J A Sullivan The visitingsu were received with a 1perlntendentJI by tho faculty and stu dents and by the citizens of Richmond Supt John Noland of Madison was chosen chairman and Supt C C Ad i ems of Grant county was chosen sec rotary The convocation remained in It session three days Prof Rice S Eu paperSfcon Ttucky Nearly nil the superintendents delivered talks on tho educational needs and resources of their respective coun ties A banquet was given Wednesday evening in honor of tlio superintendents Great Interest was manifested In this list meeting of these school officials at Richmond and while it is tho first of its kind it is sincerely hoped that it will not bo the last and that it may be the starting point of great good for educa lion Lincoln county is behind some of the other counties in filling her quota She has only four appointees and Is entitled to 10 Boyle on ner North has seven In attendance while Pulaakl on her South filled her quota of 10 the first week of schoolMadison county heads tho list with 10 appointees and 25 pay students The Executive Council has provided that if a county docs not have a full quota any term she may make it up some other term According to this Lincoln will be entitled to send 1C appointees next year LHSIIF ANunasoN- MATRIMONIAL W C Hlanchutt aged 18 of Beaver Dam and Mrs Lucy Wedding aged 42 of Hartford were made one at Evansville John B Dun ren aged 101 of Tales villa Tonn has issued invitations for his wedding next August tp Miss Rose McGuire aged 100 They were youth ful sweethearts separated as a result of parentalobJections Miss Martha Lands trcct tho only great grand daughter of President Andrew Johnson will be married in Richmond Va on May 8 to Robert Willen ham of that city Her grand mother was Mrs Martha Patterson who was In fact mistress of tho White House during President John sons administration Cured rHheumntlsmI Mr Win o a Tonn hall rheumatism In hlsleft arm The strength itoemed to havo gone out of tho muscles HO that it was use less for work ho says I applied Chamberlains Pain Hahn and wrap pod the arm In thuyiol at night and toj my relief I fgund that tho pain radj uall left tno and tho strcnph returned In thn oweoks tho rheumatism hallt disappeared and has not slneo roI turned If troubled with rheumatism try a few applieallou of Pain HahnI You are certain to bo pleased with tho rollef which it atlords For sale by all druggists Ethel aged four and Jennie six came homo from Sunday school and sang the new song for mamma They sang lustily Handaround the washrag hand around tho washrag Investigation showed they wore sing ing Rally Round tho Watchword as they had understood tho wordsjiung in Sunday school EUREKAIYes I Have Found It at Last Found what Why that Chamber lains Salvo cures eczema and all man ner of Itching of the skin I have been nRlletwl for many years wits skin disease I lint to pet up three or four times every night and wash with cold water to alloy the terrible Itching but since using tits salvo In Dectimber IMti till itching has stopped and hlsI out troubled moElder John T Ong Icy Hootttlto Iu For sale by all druggists Speaking with a young lady n gen tleman mentioned that he had failed to keep abreast of the scientific advance of tho age For instance II he said T dont know at all how the incandescent light Is produced II Oh its very simple laid the lady You just press a button and the light appears at once Christian Register There has never been a case of typhoid fever or appendicitis known to develop where Whites Brand Crab Orchard Water has been used con stantly because it keeps the whole eye tem in perfect order Do not be im posed upon There are imitation Crab Orchard Salts and Water on the mar cut ask your druggist for Whites genI uine Diamond Brand Public Warning Wu shall not bo rosponslble if any porsOn takes any but the genuine PoI loys Honey and Tar for coughs andI colds Itnltatlqns are worthless andI nay contain opiates Tho genuine Foloys Honey and Tar In tho yellow package contalnas no opiates and is sufu and sure G L Penny Wild stories of deluges of rain in Kansas were used successfully in thoI Chicago wheat market during tho last week and until their falsity was learned an appreciable effect was noticed on the prices Sheriff Johns of Nashville has announced his intention to arrest all everylay NEWS NOTES Bessemer Mich had a threefoot snow lust week Near Carthage Texas hallstones as large as eggs fell to a depth of 12 inchesHenry Goebel was instantly killed at Evansville Ind when his team of mules I ran away The Allen Hotel at Horse Cave owned by J S Lay burned causing a 6000 loss Fire destroyed 1100 houses and parts of the districts of Singalong Iaco and Bambong in Manila- J W Hill n prominent citizen of Bristol Tenn was killed by touching a fallen telephone wire The United States Steel Corporation has fixed tho selling price of rails for tho season of 1908 at 28 per ton William Dumphroy of Louisville swallowed his false teeth and died in great agony from the effects a month laterThe Ancient Order of United Work men was ousted from tho State of Ohio on the petition of Attorney General EllisBecause of grief over the death of John Alexander Dowie Mrs Lydia Staley committed suicide In New York by throwing herself from a window District Attorney Jerome has begun an investigation of rumors that one of the jurors in the Thaw case was approached during the progress of the trialMrs Donald McLean of New York was elected president of the Daughters of tho American Revolution The remainder of the administration ticket also was successful Dr Oliver C lIaugh of Dayton 0 was electrocuted in the annex to the Ohio penitentiary at Columbus He was convicted of tho murder of his father mother and brother Thero were 75000 deaths from the plague in India during the weekending April 13 Seventy thousand of these occurred in Bengal the United Prov laces and the lunJab II C Treadway Deputy Sheriff of Owsley county was found dead in room 21 of tho Frankfort Hotel at Frankfort The room was filled Aylth gas from which death resulted Lawyer Patrick whoso death sen tence was commuted to life imprisonment has been forced to give up tho bar for the bench He has been assign to the carpenters trade nt Sing Sing Frankfort Journal More honors are to bo heaped upon Andrew Carnegie The Board of Trustees of tho Brooklyn Public Library are planning to immortalize him in bronze A has relief in bronzo of Mr Carnegie is to bo put in each of tho 26 public libraries in Brooklyn Mrs Martha Hayes and little daughter were drowned in Powell river near New Tazewell Tenn They were out in a small boot fishing The child accidentally fell in tho river and the mother jumped into the water and tried to save her but both were drowned Morganfield is preparing a big cele bration when the first train over its new railroad line reaches thAt city on April JO Free tickets will be given out and an immense crowd is expected Tho new road is called the Morganfield and Atlanta railroad and is an extension of tho L t N In a desperate fight at close range in the same poolroom in which three rnm wore killed last Christmas Horace Stringer and William Gooch shot and killed each other at Sturgis as a re sult of a quarrel over the borrowing of money from a guard at one of the mines Each was shot twice andany one of the bullets would have caused death Tho men were union miners The Court of appeals sustained the act of the Legislature passed at the special session last spring fixing a tax of one and onequarter cents a gallon on all rectified whiskey made within Kentucky The decision means that the rectifiers will have to pay to the State between 300000 and 100000 unless the Supreme Court of the United States to which an appeal probably will bo taken should reverse tho decis ion of tho Kentucky courts John Abner went on tho witness stand in tho trial of Bill Britton at Lexington and flatly contradicted every point made by John Smith denying all connection with the Breathitt county murders although he had written out a confession and offered it to tho prosecution lIe admitted coming down with Jim Hargis and eating supper with him the night before Abner was the star witness for the defense and his testimony was a great surprise as it was thought he would give tho full details of tho conspiracy to mur der Cockrill and This May Interest You No one is Immune from Kidney trou bid so just remember that Foloys Irregularlticsbladder trouble that Is not beyond the reach of mediolno G L Penny Sill HUSTONVILLE Miss Darling Daugherty who has been ill for two weeks is convalescing Rev II P Jackson will preach next Sunday morning and night He must be heard to be properly appreciated- D C Allen has again contracted for the purchase of COOOO pounds of wool His sacks can be had at S D Yowells storeDr Alcorn was called to Cincinnati on professional business Saturday J Roy B ROSA was at horde fro rn Corbin last week Horace liohon is at homo for a shorl est Ho has established a fine trade for tho Kentucky Wagon in the Western States C W Adams is the champion fisher man to date He returned from Dunn ville with a string of bass as long as a mans arm Rev Clarence Daniels subjectnext Sunday morning is the Ideal Chris tian Evening Two Great Facts Relating to Christians Union prayer meeting at the Chris tian church Wednesday evening will be lead by Prof McVey A cordial invi tation is extended to all A splendid 85acre blue grass farm near suburbs of Hustonvillc good im provements beautifully located for sale worth the money Address Box 82 Hustonville Mrs Elizabeth Denny of Lexington Is visiting Mrs T J Robinson Mrs Eugene Pope of Danvijle is spending tho week with her parents Mr and Mrs John Rout John J Elliott who recently moved from Casey county to tho West End was badly injured last week by a fall through his barn loft Besides severe bruises he received a serious scalp wound laying the cranium open for several inches Miss Lelia Wheeler goes to Italy in May to become a student of a noted professor She has a beautiful soprano voice controlled seemingly without an effort Her execution of the classics masItKJNGSVILLE Quito a number from here attended the dedicating of the stew Baptist church at Grove Sunday The churchgoing people of our com munity will be glad of the announce ment that Eld J G Livingston of Crab Orchard will hold services at the Christian church hero next Sunday 11 Rev lOtI Livingston preached the Iwerechurchyard The death of Mrs Roy nolds was particularly sad She was about 25 ye rsr of age and leaves a hus band and little girl of tender years to mourn the loss of a good wife and mother Their grief is pitiable indeed and much sympathy is felt for them in their bereavement Mr and Mrs W L McCarty of Stanford Misses Min nie and Stella Leach of Lexington and Mike Maher of Ludlow attended the Della Rigney the bright little daughter of Mr and Mrs Robin Rig nay has returned from a visit to Mc KInney relatives Ed Sweeney of Junction City called upon our mer chants Friday J Ed Boland returned to Lexington Friday S II Gooch of Somerset was hero Friday C M Gooch went to Lexington Saturday to attend the 0 R T meeting Mr and Mrs R H Smith will go to Cincinnati next week and thence to Macon Ga for a visit to relatives Guy Bollande the lumberman was here this week Huke Singletpn of Waynoaburg was here Saturday A Cincinnati man visiting New York used a telephone booth in the Waldorf Astoria to telephone to Jersey City When ho came out ho asked the girl in charge for the bill Twenty cents please she said Twenty cents ho responded Its an outragel Why in Cincinnati a man can telephone to hell for ten cents Yessaid the girl but you must remember that in Cincinnati the you speak of is within tho city limitsExchange- How to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures pronto constipation by stimulating tho liver and bowels and restores tho natural action of the bowels Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nau seate or gripe and Is mild and pleas ant to take Refuse substitutes U L Penny Tho Jamestown Exposition com memorating the three hundredth anniversary of the first English settlement in will open at Norfolk VaIon Friday with President Roosevelt as the of honor The Exposition will continue until November 30 Was your marriage a failure No but my wifes was Judge EVERY ONE A WINNER timeIfstylish in every line durable flexible nud comfortable Patent Colt Ve InstepsWevebut a pleasure to t- ieSAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY Brown Pivot Beam Rid= ing Cultivator DIRECT PRESSURE Balancing Lever secures comfort for both operator and team Powerful Leverage on foot treadles makes easy work for the operator Quick action in dodging crooked hills of corn makes it superior to LilY thing on the market Try One And Be Convinced W H HIGGINSI I have just received a large shipment of the famous PEERLESS ICE CREAM FREEZERS They make your CREAM quicker and better than any other in the world Try it XJ GER E H HARRIS 0o DOCK GRAY Hlietlmul pony 8veaiSOl lM Inches tnM ciwnml l v Jloali Held Poster will nmko the MPIISII lit 10 to Insure u living colt Jlv li in ImporiiHl pony tlml coot tft0 In the Hliotlinul JHliintU and Ia rrisimliil by horsemen na till bfitixmy In Kentucky ilnfontliiKnll comers In the chow rliiK It 1AU Men retained on nil colts until season U pnlil Jliirex imrtitl with or liretl vhere forfetx insurinue anti money Ixcome due Will milk tho season ut tho earn buck of the St Awiph Ito JAN U UKII Htnnford K- yqaitiTtiibt of This If n spark should blow end r your old dry shingle roof had you thought of the consequences and what it might mean to you If you have a TIN ROOT there is no danger from fire starting oythe roof and it will last twico long as any shingle you can get these days and cost very little more Give mo a trial and I will please you S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky Tinner and Plumbcr- I f a Y 1- J The Interior Journal E C WALTON J T ROBERTS L acnndldnto for dingIstrnte In the l1rnb- Ofcburd littrh t to tbo station of the democratic party JOHN J MOSER 1 10111111uhjct 0 party M BRUCE subject li a tanthe action Jnller of of tlwcJwmucratl party JAMES C HAYS Isacnmlldntofor Jailor of iHmocrotksubject to of ths partyi l DC ALLEN f for 1 esor or 1Jteoln eou- mtysubJuttotheaction oftbt Iklllecmllf partyTim White House officials are draw ing the dead lineH upon the Washing ton correspondents who refuse to write their stories to their papers as the President suggests H The latest order r is that all correspondents are pro hibited from standing around the sacred precincts of the Executive Mansion and talking to distinguished guests as they make their entrance and exits As a matter of course the pet press favorites of the President or his man Friday Loeb do not have to stand out in the cold in order to talk with those who may call They are given in the library a warm place generally and after a little time they are fur nished by Loeb the copy they are required to file to their papers with the injunction that you will please send this just as it is written If the reporter fails to do this the next time he visits the White Bouse he is called the dark chamber and given a lec likelylTim bronze ofJefferson Davis for the elaborate monument to Mr Davis to be unveiled at Richmond Va June 3 was drawn through the streets of the city to the monument site byI some 2500 or 3000 children who did the hauling by means of a double rope some two or three squares long The children were led by Lee and Pickett Camps of the Confederate Veterans and these in turn were headed by a handsomely uniformed boy fife and drum corps Many of the girls among the children were dressed in white and a large proportion of them carried small Confederate battleflags which they waved throughout the march The especially inspiring and was witness by thousands of people The rope used in hauling thestatue was after the ceremony cut into many thousands of pieces for souvenirs BY a majority of 442 votes the people of Qwensboro voted in favor of open saloons in that city after one of the hardestfought battles of ballots ever seen in that city During the entire day thousands of women and children paraded the streets with banners and continuously The prayers were offered whisky forces of the entire State were enlisted in support of the wets and their organization was almost perfect The Negro vote played a prominent part in the result STATE INSPECTOR HINESIs norespec t after offi ter of persons When he goes cial crookedness friendship nor politics count with him He investigates fair ly and squarely and gives the result no matter whom it hurts The condition of affairs in Owen county is most de plorable especially since the grafters are trusted Democrats It is sufficient to bring the blush of shame to the cheeks of every Democrat and cause him to hope that the scamps may get their deserts in prison TilE pure food decision in favor of straight whisky caused an average in crease in the quotations on amounting to twelve cents a gallonI which makes the whisky held in Ken tucky worth 18000000 more today than it was worth two weeks ago There is approximately 150000000 gal Ions of straight whisky in Kentucky BRYAN and Rooseveltthe two greatest men in all the world said John Temple Graves in a speech before the Iroquois Club at Chicago John T seems to be suffering from a disease which the Kentucky State Journal has dubbed Dementia Republican fO110WingtheaXILL ample of congressmen have t their salaries and the taxpayers are v kicking like steers The average leg islator is high at any price- POLITICAL Republicans of Lee county in conven lion assembled refused to endorse Gus WiHsons candidacy for governor r William J Bryan was the guest of the Connecticut Legislature delivering address to that body in New Haven an Assembly has passed i The New York for a flat rate ofprovidingf the bill all railroads in the two cents a mile on State Schoberth defeated Edward y fHa for the democratic nomina a Son Representative of Woodford f for county In a primary hl r i The Chicago Civil Service Commis sion will investigate a charge that the been collecting Itrhetable the House resolution 10 days ago indorsing President ItoosCI1 volt in his recent controversy with E H Harriman t After a session lasting five months Convcn adoptIedof the to docuIImentFriends of former Attorney Harmon of Ohio are urging him to announce himself as a candidate for1 the presidential nomination It is said in Washington that Democratic load ers are not in with many of Mr Bryans recent utterancess Reports fron out in the State ac cording to the friends of Judge William IL Holt indicate that the sentiment for him for the Republican nomination for Governor is rapidly spreading Judge Holt says that ho is not a candidate for tho nomination in tho sense of making a fight for it but that he would accept it if it were tendered him A E Willson who is also a candidate for the nomination spent yesterday with Richard P Ernst chairman of the Republican State Central Committee at his home in Covington IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Marion Smith aged 55 is dead in Rockcastlc Mrs Anne Wainscott aged 89 is dead at Richmond Homer Wagner a popular young man of Burgin is dead Mrs James D Naylor died suddenly at her home near Lancaster Mrs Rutha Simpson Bell relict of John Bell is dead In Wayne county Julia V Simpson has been appointed postmaster at Worley Whitley county In Clark county James Morton shot Fount Hose twice through the head killinghim instantly Mrs Martha Lewis the aged mother County Attorney S D Lewis of Rockcastle is dead Central University Danville defeat ed State College 4 to 2 in a game of base ball at Lexington Saturday John W Yerkes spoke at Danville against municipal ownership in an address before the law department of Central University Mrs Anderson the aged mother of Mrs Thomas Arnold of Garrard was seriously burned by her clothes catching from an open grate Mrs D P Bethurum is dead in Rock castle She was the mother of Judge L W Bethurum of the Rockcastle county court and Hon B J Bethurum ofSomersetA belonging to James P Nave eight miles cast of Lancaster was destroyed by fire Three valuable horses perished Farming implements and about one hundred barrels of corn were destroyed The cause of the fire is unknown Miss Bessie McDowell youngest dau ghter of Col Nicholas McDowell Sr has been appointed us a Special Maid of Honor for the United Confederate Veterans from the State of Kentucky for the coming Reunion at Richmond VaDanville News The incorporation articles of the Somerset Fair Company have expired and the company has been dissolved The Odd Fellows Lodge of Somerset has just closed a contract for a lease of the fair grounds and the county fair will be held under the auspices of this lodge this year- CHURCH MATTERS Rev B C Lancaster a wellknown Methodist preacher is dead at Mt Sterling One hundred and 21 members have been added to the Twenty Second Walnut Street Baptist church in Louisville the result of a protracted meting which still in progress An Insidious Danger One of the worst features of kidney trouble is that it is an insidious dls ease and before tho Victim realizes his danger he may have a fatal malady Take Foleys Kidney Cure at the tint sign of trouble as it corrects irregu larities and prevents Brights disease and diabetes G L Penny Mrs Evelyn Thaw says she wants to live on a ranch in the far West and go bronchobusting When Harry is eventually acquitted as ho certainly will be she said today I want too away out West and live on a ranch where I can wear short skirts and a sweater and forget the everlasting dress that is necessary here- 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 I have over uscdW F Gaston Posco Ga This remedy is safe and sure For sale by all druggists James Jacobs and Albert Burt were 11burnedompanyIA heavy snowfall is reported from various localities in I oMn Here and There ISir George Armstrong proprietor of London Globe is dead T C Mitchell a prominent citizen of Bowling Green died of blood poisoning following a slight injury to one of his thumbsA fa being formed in Chi to complete the Chicago Southern railroad one of the John R Walsh en terprisesMrs D Chennult and Mrs M It Nash were elected State regents for inImonial agency at Philadelphia discloses frequently women put up 1000 andover for husbands Architects arc making plans for an opera house to be erected at Corbin A company ia being formed and will begin soon Daniel OReilly chief counsel for Harry Thaw denied a rumor that the prisoner had broken down Thaws con dition he said was good In Pennsylvanias Palace of Graft as the new state house is called there are 190 clocks but even that many didnt keep the grafters from working overtime for the 7000000 or 8000 000 they got- Ed1B11oluuayNc v patterns from New York All kinds of stamping done neatly and orders filled promptly Mrs A Kendrick Danville Ky TRIBBLE VM Undertakers and- Embalmors STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Car pets Druggets Rugs Mattings Picture Frames Shades Lace Curtains and Wall Taper Mr E T Deader has charge of the Undertaking Departme- ntTRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night ICG or 133 Lincoln Squirrel Item bay lycnrsoldhlnckpolntjlflhand high anti full made heavy iiuinu and lull goad honeapleudid lzekand fine nrckwei set In high 1II0untt shoulders n combined bred horsbuI uiw him only in liurnom and u more purfrct harness horse have never seen cnn step very fast with extreme high action nit around anil think him to lit Olleef tit last stallions In the Htnle to breed to to get good hlghdnss wnlktrot youInsurpnsses any harness hunt that can h found manner grace andrese would win for him In any company He had two colts foaled lust year being hurl at it two yearold own one of tinin unit can show you ns good B colt us anybody by any honplenty Rood enough for n winner byMiirlonHuiw he hy 1Ik Engle n II bY King Wit dlnrlotiHqulrrellitdanibyireurMountain XnlllloMACnlerbrother to Meade Messenger record Ziln 2nd dam Murlii IHpnuw by Mambrlno Ktar light n full brother to Lady Thorn 2SIirddam Mollle Urow by Helm a Yorkhlnlilnck Hmilrrels grand dire Is the sire ol morn noted highclass mddlo horse than IIIhIlIlIdand ninny other Will make this tvnson ol nt my sale learn In Htanford ut IISMU to Insure n lsingcolt- Money In duo when colt Is foaled or inure parted wi- thJOE BROWN JR torebendhneverbeenttifeet saddle nurse fruit every stnndiiolnt has beautiful middle borne bend u iierfecl countenance and very Intellectual nlcncar shottierwith a beniitliul slanted shoulder with very hipwithn stylithunnayliodyehorsohealaud In the right place never needs anything to alit to his looks nnd grace but his natural rorrecttypeyou will we from pedigree thud o lnttr out IInKnlUkurfectnndI Inthewear the blue In his own class and won many sweepstake premiums with the best nged horses In Kentucky its competltorinnd htpInghismy friends patrons and mare owners so theleuandforprice higher than now for good hlgh class Halted and walktrot horses and that Is Just what you will raise If you take euro of the get of JOt HHOWN Jit not horses thatyou eon sell tram HIM you cotsell from tVO to 1001 handled and prop orhisthat lie Is not worthy orJ hi stni lion will servo a numlxjrof miiresnt 1011JlulloldIrnlottrEJoo Brown Jr Is sired hY OubhollIAXIIIglOlla byNtahingtonthorn in n combination of three of the best addlo horse strains that Kentucky affords No lieen producedthan Oabbells l4 xInRaton Uti getIRoxsye hnndsiIIIoll Old Oliuit one of the largest entucky iilTords sad Is out of one of arid prowluiseitnIn this county nnd has two coltsalready oldIdfurpl whenlell coIlI011 cult until ntomoy Is Mares grmNd nt to npreventJAME8 n BEAZLEY Btnnfonl Ky h A Nice Homelfor Salel I desire to sell my houno and lot In Crab Orchard 3 rooms t one lucre of Iiiiul lood lour and lull necessary outbuildings New tdogantfruitJ HTKKNMEUIIKS nib Orchard D J SMITH Mv motto Ui Quick Hulas rod Hninll rrollts so Hinul granulated nr for ell pounds brown sugar fur U twos lloxus of fnr lie ankusof IAIIOX lio 8 Uakes Toilet Honp for Other things In proportion Tome and try before buying elsewhere Ilothlng for Hnrlng wear and a few of old stock left Just at half price CIL BERTS CREEK KY VITAE oiE 1 Mothers Natures for the Ills of Mankind Pain KIIIrlhnll IVlroyer t lion SItnllsur Ilttlth IIIld- Hirellltlh Restorer N II Bogie Iark8htlrrentuck tleuurnl Agent T K Oro of Ornb Orchard Ky the well known CMtrntor of liar cattle eta Is 10rItJlIto make iniinr now ones If you III n horse or iUHl tit cms irHtemivouiewurkfor OKI l uut It done right lie uten M prleutstuIng Itldgllngs Phone In nd Onlll Orchard Kxchnnge Notice to Builders I School l l trlct No county of IlHcoln Hlateof Kentmily To contractors and bulkier notlo U lusts by given that proMMitU for this rrvctlon of a schoolhouse the afurnld district will In r f lvnl by the undersigned at the ottllw of Superintendent U Hliigl ton In Stanford where nudspiHlllrntlons navy Iw seta until I oVIovk It on the Ills day of May lOff nt which time the contract will awarded to the lowest nnd b iHind will lie miulreil for the perfurnmhee- of the contract the Ixmrd rMvrvIng tie right to reject tiny or nil bids This the Till day of April lea J r11111111tUAVhnlrlllnll Beau Naboth 45006 Ity XnliothjlOllA dnm Nora Vaughan liy ionI Klectlolicer IK Nornlhiugh minis lot J h MelroK lltnn 1T7J son of IIl1l11hllIOnllll1ll1lml dnm Jose byit MIII il- ltarhisty411Sot dam Mary Withers liy till er thoroughbred lib dam hy Wngner Mb thou imported Trnnby nth dnm hy- Tborllion Itnlller lUnu Nulwtli Isn hottl onto standing I4H hands of great spotxl alri and und of perfect ron formation and as n sire hail shown his abil ity to reproduce hits qttalilte It will In suet that Beau Nnlioths hi euro com Imck to Klectlonevr on alit sire and dums side Snit also on dams side lo titmost desirable thoroughbred crosses Will stand at Iwirii of Mr Felix White IS miles HoutKof Htnufonl near Hornetset pike atlllX IN ritK A I1VIMIUULT- Mnr grazed nt ftM per month Money due whet mare Is traded or pnrtiU with or hind elsewhere This lest Hirsonnl ran taken though norponllb 1It1 fur I1cd dents or escaH s J M IKTTrH Htnnfonl Ky ALMONT DARE Hired by UUnlty DarelWt AM lllt He by Chester Pare be by Illnck Hqulrrcl W he by Illack Kngle 71 he by King Wit liam IT IstilnniToinwiur It a oh la AT II Itshehy Idlllloh Mambrlno by Almont Slid dnm IAldlInvl by tilt Davis by Itourlwu thud 3nl don iattle by Fore gtr 1IKbI by VOfIIIr by InnrF- cii Olonco Ills Inlll unllllllC hnuts topper Bottom Situ dam by uijiortttl Ito unnd ALMOST DAIIK tins upward of Import ill crooses on hl dam side tracing to Inc ported Messenger to liujxirlfd 1iu male a times to Iniporbel llutiunis times tolmMirtisl Menco2 Iliac Ilniorte Ilun son ImtHirtisI irnntlnora Krorliel Match ell Kllnnnp Hlnckfnit Traveler and other For sUe styli leeulydlaoltlon and per fornmnce In barnets and under ndIIOIlI- derlllit ago and bundling he hoi no sUJle rlornnd hut few Uol Her him and you will like him He has but two colts as Yet sad their owners nru proud of them Will stand lit dolt Also two good Jncks that newt but few words of commendation to the public nit they have nifulu their reputation in extra breeders Jacks will stand nt ftM racli All the above will innke the present sro son nt my place rs miles from Huitonvllle on lluilonvllle Liberty turnpike Grass furnished at 11 per month Not re sponsible for accldeniii or escapes K H 1nwKlt A Hon Hustonvllle Ky DARE ALL NO 2086 The combined stallion will make a limit ed sesnon Ilf7 ut Ijiwn Mere Htoek Farm lliutorvllle on the Itrrrndfonusv111eetc lluitonvlllo pike near Onrpunters Station nt to Insure n living colt traded or parted with forfeits Insurance and money Incomes duo at time of such transaction Men retained on colt till season II paid Mare grilled at tiM n month flraln lid If desired at reasonable rate Hills must 1st paid before removal of inures Mmes entrusted will receive my personal attention but wo will riot bo re for accidents orescapet- DrscutiTlox Konled In lutt 15J hands hlghAorklaup without front und rear foot white star A model of great btauty with short buck long neck shoulders and with great Style one would exIel from reading hi Ono l lone fine feet nod legs wonderful stamina Attractively halter under saddle mid In harness with Unit graceful movement that lielongs to him Inborltnnce fromu n long line of the most famous ancestry of saddle horses the world tilts ever prod wed PKIIIIIHHKK Hlrutl by Dignity Dare No IWfl HII Ithe by Chester Dare 10 bo byduck Squirrel Ui he by Illnck Ha tie Ile he by King h Wnsh luiiirlrbyOuinesnuton IAminnrk II lie Olbe by Denmmark D 1st don Minute Ito 1731 by Iced S iulrrel M 2nd Jinn by Mol lie Good hy King William 07 tint dam by IHgnltyti first dam by Welchmuua4TAr II II ho by Wll mitt Welch be hy lIy llk lliunlileionliiM 2nd dam by Atxlallah MesMengeriJrddamby own VIrlllllll- lIIKIAItKlkln oflerlng the services of Hllre All to thin I tako occasion to lute without immuinptlonthat hoe been n breeder and hnndler of fancy III ldlu lions u as taught tiltss for zi3eiii and vjlo know and appreciate a high cllls Onus Dare All Is tho result carelul painstak ing breeding and comes natural result of mating the very taut mares with tho fore most stallions the State hills afforded Oar of Kin WI hooditgruiiterliocaat than any stallion Il1l1orlc In King William bring regarded as praumliiont for saddle nnd liurnii All sired tilt now coming fatuous Dignity Dnro fie urnbyIheslcr flute following a lung list of sires every ono n great show horse out of more that won famous ns show iiiuru and bis dam Kannlo Me the greatest show wo over owned having herVwo think entitles lilm to llae nroful conhloroUon of nil prospec tive breeders Wo think hint the grandest now horse Kte him Moro looking your arcsUt1hHKOAR1FNTblt Phone In rcsldenco JIustoavlllo Exchange CRITERIONThis on tho collar of n inanVcont is n gunnintoo of pond quality1o t bclievo tho Criterion today to le tho boat built IlKADVMAUK CQAT 1 obtainable No iniiUor tho Quality of tho Maturm nor Beauty of Pattern if your Coat Ilut built to Hug the Neck follow tho Lines of your with n broad gracefully curved rhoiildor then you arc not well trcaIormtthe Criterion You find tIMe jwints varied We lire showing high gnulet this tiino in two and thrcopieco suit Blacks 1hlboti lihleISerges Fancy War tcd nnd the Now and Iteautiful Greys at 816 817BO null 20 jKir See them nnd you will like thorn whether you purchase notH J McROJBRTSSTANFORD KENTUCKY BRIGHTEN UP Ti Good Paint is not an ex pense but a paying invest ment There is no better Paint than S W P and feY as good Come in and talk it over PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky ONLY THE BEST OUR MOTTO 1 Tf1AOe MACK I LYNE BROS Crab Orchard Druggists At tilts season of the year wo recommend n ceoriling to our motto Only the lIt for 1110Ohoeolnleid Illls for the llveriiml Htomiioli Iomtlnr If ce icenclu Why pny more or try other We nro solo agents for the Original Irlgsbysdoldcn bye Halve which Is sold on n RrnnulatedlidsFleshy Herofulous Hore Kyes WInk Eyes HtyesFtyalso for stock 1rlce onlyoA a dressing for Korea of nil kinds unv tmled Paint vour Honseii Dont your house need a fresh coat of paint Spring is nearly here and it certainly would add greatly f to its appearance We have the best ReadyMixed Paints made Try i- tSTANFORD DRUG GO It r i t Dont Forget To p Look at our Now Tailored Suits New Skirts lath Vullos and Fancies Now r Silk Wrap Now Net and Silk Wni U Now Wash Waists Now Muslin Undorwoar r A FLYERj b OCIncb Guunintccd Black Taffeta Silk the 110 quality for 80c Just t the kind for drop skirts 1 SEVERANCE STANFORD KENTUCKY r STANKOUO KY Awni 23 1007 Y SUNSHINn Finish will make old furniture look liko now Pennys Drug- Store XPERSOr ALS Il JUUOB W M MYCM wont up to the t mountnliw 1fMISB liBUUMi CAMON is With Lnn t friends Miss NANCY RANDY Is clerking fo Sovoruiict Sup BORN to the wlfo of Emmett Tray lor n 11pound girl JOHN T JONas is at home from Std cga Va for a brio stay t ATTORNEY GEO U FLORENCE is at rincvillo on legal business Mil WILLIAM McCouMACK of tho Mc Cormack section IB quite sick Miss nACHBi ALLISON of Lexington Is with her sister Mrs Mary Burch Mn A T NUNNELLey U up iron Texas and his aged parents ore happy Mns W T DotD of Downs U visiting her daughter Mrs James N Cash l MR W S WUAVBII of Hoscndale y J Wis U with his parents in the Hubble section bats BBNBWCT SiAiniNO of Lob t anon was tho guest of her fattier Col T P HORN to tho wife of Fred IJaumnnn Jr a ninepound son Fred Buumann tho Third Mn T M PBNNlNGTON who has been elck for several weeks Is slowly Improving BoiiN to the wife of F M Murphy a daughterMatilda Annlofor he grandmothers MRS ED ML NevIUs and children are upending a few days with relatives In Marion county DR W C Wejn of Lexington has been visiting his friend Mr M F Rout in Garrard COL It M JACKSON of London spent Sunday with his brother Mr John II Jackson LEe llyrLEY who has been traveling concern la spending a for a big picture few days at homo MRS JOE MORRIS and children of t Sonora are with Mr OrJ Crow in the Turncrsvllle section Miss GEORGIA LEWIS came down from Crab Orchard Friday and spent a few days with tho homofolks- MR A H SEVERANCE of Corbin r t spent Sunday with his son Heath what Is with Mr and Mrs Will Severance MISS EULA TOTTBN has returned from 111a visit to Garrard county relatives MiasCordia Ray returned with Miss Totten and is her guest MRS LOTTIE D PUOII left Monday night for Prcstonsburg to visit her sis tar Mrs Smith who is very ilLPitte burg Cor London Local r SATURDAYS Courier Journal had a fairly good likeness of Mr W II Shanks Lincoln Countys next Repre sentative in the General Assembly I MRS ROBERT HARDING had tho miss fortune to break her arm while skating in tho room of Mrs Owen McIntyre at t thd Clemens House Danville News DR AND MRS Pency BENTON of Brodhead will spend ajnonth or two at Crab Orchard Springs on account of tho Doctors health Mt Vernon Sig nolMIss SALUK DUDDERAR loft Friday for Brimingham in response to a tole cram from her brother Ed Dudderar sting that his wifo was critically ill ythereIN ordering tho I J sent to him at Broken Arrow I T Eb M Lawson formerly or this place writes Corn Is up and ready to plow and strawberries are ripe and tine PROP M D HUGHES and Mr J R Mount of Lancaster were over to seo Mr U J McUobcrts Sunday Mr Mountls acandidato for Representative of Garrard and is prospects of winning the nomination W G Goocil and J 0 Bo- gie of Garrard were here Saturday- lhe latter Is a candidate for democratic nomination for Repro the sentativc and ho has a number of friends In this county who hope ho will winTUE magazine department of good Sun days or Misses Clara cooper or pictures but noW teaching at Oregon Iolly Duane Traylor and DolloI Williams The latter daughter of our Hustonvillo corresponI dentt Mr W R Williams t ALL fancy groceries LOCALS at cost W K Warner Co CABBAGE tomato and other plants Hubbard Stanford for sale Ed LOST signet ring bearing nnmo ofi JretjroordTUB Ladles Aid Society of tho fret byterian church will moot with Mrs Mattie Withers at 280 Friday after noon Baughmanoral Sunday night and bosldos knock ring him down with a rock stuck a knltul In his ride They hAd hpjnt outs tori Jomo time DANVIIIK preachers havo endorsed tho rink there while Stanfords clorgy knock on tho ono hero every oppor tunity Is it d ilorwi a n r hr9 or difference in rinks If the trouble is with tho latter the management would like to know what it is that U may h remedied PROGRAM of anniversary celebration by Stanford Lodge No 156 I 00 Fat tho hall In Stanford on Friday eve ping April 26 Prayer by Dr W F Vaughan Quartette Messrs Singleton McClary Fallis and Ireland History of Order G and V G Talk J W Ireland Quartette Talk Good of the Or der Dr VauKhanTulk J C McClary Quartette Talk A C Sine Speech M F Elkin Quartette- GRi1s1IAliMiss Mary Gresham aged SI died nt Crab Orchard and the remains were brought through hero Sun day and buried in tho Sandidge burying ground In tho West End For 70 long years she had been a member of tho- r Methodist church and sho was a most excellent Christian woman She was almost a mother to Mrs Curtis Gover of Crab Orchard her mother dying when she was less than a month old and the latter was devoted to her THERE frcro 15 contestants in the potato race at the rink at Waltons Opera House Friday night but Fred Cook who has gotten tube a profch on rollers won again George Hall was a close second The raco was very amusing many of tho boys falling to either place tho potatoes or pick them up The crowd was hardly up to the average on Friday evenings but that gave morefloor space to the skaters who seemed to enjoy themselves hugely Tonight there will bo n slow raco for young ladles and a fast race for the boys the winner of each to receive prize This promises to be tho funniest- of the several contests the rink manage ment has given DEAD Fouyp mulatto ba by seemingly about two months and in a bad state of putrefaction was brought by a dog to the yard of Yank Middleton who lives on the Owsley farm near Hubble The baby was a coffee sack and the supposition is tho dog found it in Dix river and dragged It out A number of the neighbors ex amined the remains and failing to find any identity it was decided to bury the child As far as we havo heard no effort has been made to apprehend tho murderer but no time nor means should jo spared in attempting to bring the guilty person to justice Had tho body been that of a grown person the en tire community would havo been up in arms but as it was a child and very probably an illegitimate one nobody seems to care to know any further about it Let somebody tako tho inl iativo and probe the affair to the very bottom FIFTEEN of as fino specimens of the equine family as one could wish to seo wero on exhibition at Hustonvillo Sat urday afternoon and a big crowd was on hand to see them The following is a list of them together with the names of their owners Almont Dare E S Powell Son Joe Brown Jr and Lin coIn Squirrel J R Bcazloy Dare All C C Carpenter Dignity Daro and Col Bird D S Carpenter Tho Warfield S M Owens Powhattan L Bowman Owens Chester S R S Scudder Capt Dare G A Peyton John W Gcorgo Wright Galton W M DoddI Mr Dodd also showed a number ofI Gallons get which gavo additional roof of Gallons splendid breeding qualities lion Ben B King showed Black Hawk and Peyton his brace of good jacks Messrs C C Carpenter and J R Beazley showed pare All and Joo Brown Jr under tho saddle while Doc Dryo with John W and Roy S Bcazley with Lincoln Squirrel burned the air in harness The others were shown by halter ti Cheaper to Move Than Pay Rent is nu old saying but n true one is When your clothes get too small you must get larger once Our growing trade demands more room and we will mono nbottt June let to the largo room now being built for ua jit the Mycrn Homo Cornor Wo hoped to got in this new room for the Spring trade but the bad weatbcr kept tbo work back AVo bought heavily of Spring goods and aro crowded for space conecquently wo will oiler ninny attractive bargains in order to reduce our stock by moving time Juno 1st The cold weather bus hindered the soiling of Spring goods and wo must reduce our etoccwit ill the next 15 days Watch this space for special offerings 1 SON lI HAVE a splendid lot of buggy harI ness at all prices J C McClary FOR SALE Fiveyearold IChand horse mulo Std Myers Stanford IlAriY VALLEY is the nnmo Mrs Ma ry E Welch has given her fine farm on Logans Creek ZBPHYP WIIITLBY daughter of Lillle Whitley colored died Sunday after a lingering illness consumption Ir evorv man In tlila county know tho merits of our clothes nobody woQId wear any other kind Cummins McCJflry EVURGRBON IRISH JUNIIRfl each or a setof four for 3 No chnrgns for planting in cemetery John Christman tantord It IIMILLINfJR1 will havo my millinery opening next Thursday Friday and Saturday Give me a call Mrs C M Young Highland STYLE QUALITY ANn WORKMANSHIP These are tho elements on which our Supremacy as Clothiers is founded Cummins McClary WHEN you receive a statement iron this office please bear in mind that it is a gentle reminder that your account is past due and that a settlement is desired Some of our patrons dont seen to understand this AT the request of number of East End people Mr James R Bcazley of this place will havo his fine stallions Lincoln Squirrel and Joe Brown Jr on exhibition at Crab Orchard Saturday afternoon next 27th Tilt skaters will bo glad to know that Waltons Opera louse is to have a new hard maple floor which is guaranteed to be just as good as the floor in tho great Danville rink Work will begin Wednesday week May 1 THE court of appeals reversed the judgment of tho Lincoln circuit court in tho case of Tom Owsley colored against the Commonwealth and re manded it for further trial under Ins structions Appellant was convicted of arson and given five years in tho penis tentiary lie is only 14 years of age and the court says an Instruction should havo been given touching appellants appreciation of the crime charged against him DAPTISTtFellows of Crab Orchard Lodge No 108 will celebrate tho 8th anniversary beginningitwice around tho woild will bo with us and address the crowd He can talk 1Odd Fellowship from experience Come hear him you will enjoy his talk Do not miss it Invitation extended to all J D Anderson R C White U G Pcttus committee No Union Hardware skates will be allowed on tho floor hereafter unless tho toes are cut off and any ono using them will be taken from the floor as the toes of the skate used as a break ruins the floor No children will be allowed on the floor at night in the future and any going on tho floor will be taken off Tho above is taken from the rink column of tho Danville News Seems to us tho rules are pretty strict but wo presume tho promoters of tho Danvillo Amusement Co know what they are doing However Union Hard ware skates are not barred at tho Stanford rink nor are children denied the innocent pleasure of skating Owners of Union Hardware skates and children as well as others should come over and skate to their hearts content FOR ASSESSOR Mr David C Allen the wellknown and popular stock deal er of the West End is the first to anI nounce his candidacy for assessor He was a candidate for the nomination somo three years ago but withdrew for reasons satisfactory to both himself and his legion of friends Mr Allen is the cleverest man in the country and is a lyeddn the wool democrat Ho would make a capital assessor and his friends say they aro going to nominate and elect him beyond a doubt Ho really needs tho office for a misfortune which befell him last year cost him not only a great deal of time but a big amount ofr money A term as assessor would sett him on his foot again and he is ex ceedingly anxious to get straight with the world Consider Mr Allens can didacy before you pledge yourself s1 ISUNNY Monday soap at Singletons WALLACE SiNGLETON sells fresh pea nuts and popcorn SOLID colored linens nJLinatts an Star braids for braiding Severance Son SOUR reoumlra raliM Judge R C Warrens hen house a few nights ago and helped himself bountifully to the contents of it JAILER ROM has offered a reward of 100 for William Humber and Jones Simpson who escaped from the Lancaster jail a few weeks ago TimE Lincoln County Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to 600 acres for sale al a bargain Write or apply for particulars ard prices MRS G B PRUITT will havo a great millinery opening at her store at More land May 2 3 and 4 Ladies wishing pretty headgear will do well to visit her place of business WATLONS Opera House at Stanford Is coining money for Its new owner run as a skating rinkSomerset Jour nal Doing fairly well but hardly up to the coining point yet CHARLES LUTES of Hustonville and Simon Well of Lexington have bought of J W Allen his cattle barns and about 35 acres of land near Hustonville for 2250 and will do an extensive calllo business BAGBYMrs W H Bagby laughter of Mrs Lizzie hooker of this place died last week at her homo in Covington of a complication of trou bles Sho is survived by her husband and and ono little son LINCOLN county is to have two and possibly three fairs this year They ought to get together over there and have one crnckerjackFmnkfort Journal An admirable suggestion Tho fair promoters should take heed MR S M OWENS who made ono tho most efficient sheriffs Lincoln count ever had was here yesterday and told us that at a more opportune time he would announce his candidacy for asessor Mr Owens says his reason for deferring the matter is that It will bo a considerable length of time until the nomination Is made and the voters aro entitled to a little respite ON last Friday evening from 8 to 12 oclock Mr and Mrs W II Shanks entertained tho Young Married Peo pies Club at their apartments in tho St Asaph Hotel Nations were played Mrs John B Foster winning the ladys prize and Mr Foster the gentlemans prize Miss Susan Fisher Woods the la dys booby and John H Shanks tho genllcmans booby Delightful refreshments were served the 32 happy guests and when time for leaving ar rived congratulations were showered upon Mr and Mrs Shanks B D CARTER NowLiveryDepot Stroot Phono 96- STANFORDKENTUCK New Butcher Shop I pulbltoyoung IIKKVKH and the near of HOQX lTCII Fun live me u trlnl and voullcnll again 1liono No 70 when you want some thing Jl U 110UT Knit Main lit Stanford Ky STOP LADIES I Ladies slop wearing your backs out on wash days stop wearing your clothes out by rubbing them and use Diffees Liquid Soapwhich is guaranteed to knock out 7j per cent of the labor of washing and cause the clothes to last 20 per cent longer A sample of two gallons delivered free at your door Will call to see you J F CASH FOR SALE I A fine Lincoln county farm containing 230 acres of rich Blue Grass land This land is hoe hemp and tobacco land made last year 85 bushels of corn to the acre This farm has a large frame house of nine roofus halls porches cellars etc Two stock barns one new stock barn the farm is well watered with never failing springs and creek It is on a good turnpike and ear town and school This is an upto date place and will be sold at a bargain if sold within the next 60 days yt cash bal ance to suit purchaser For further formation in regard to this farm write L H Hughes or jane I White Stanford Ky i SJ Special No1 2600 yards New Spring Ginghams in desirable patterns the kind that sell everywhoro at12A and ISc Our price as long as they lust is only 10fper yard Early and advantageous purchasing enables us to offer these at this reduced prico- Romolnbbr tho best patterns go first + +FiMfiF4 F ++ ++++ III + I4 +++++++4+ + 4+ + + + 4ri i s J Mention LadleS I I jItAnd the best things of the season are I Inow on display at our store It canti cold much longer so lets get Istay Come in and see our line i it is complete and get your I choice of the good things WatchIthis space next issue for some prices It will save you money to do 4 lso L1 16 L M HUBY x11 CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 rOpera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY f t tIMftTTINGStsoaltttttttlt IIA Choice Selection of Pat terns 12 12 To 35c Peri Yard W B Perkins c at at I C H r ahorn eggs 1 for wttliig of nor three settings or Mns UOUKIIT U ltruur Huatonvllle Ky 1Kentucky Screen Doors Screen Wire Cloth Poultry Netting Garden Tools Garden Seeds Plow Gear Bottom Prices Geo IDs Hoppers Stanford Ky Hardware and Groceries Main Street STANFORD KY EGGS FOR SALE L N TIME TABLE No SI South 1121 PM No St Mouth yJrxNo SI North 433 A No K Nortli 217 v x JOS S RICE Agent The Interior Journal Entered inM PottOffice at Stanford tteonddat maltuI- UKLlfJttllD TUEBUAVa AND ITIUDW AT 1100 PER YEAR CASf r Iwhen not so paid IJOO will be Cbrged1 Farm for Sale or Rent Oood farm of Sinncrcs near Turnersvin Nice II resldeuce nnd lor or ront neoewry outbulldings In goal rollllir Term private AdolroAS Uor the Din Ry or onl flower on pine V NOTICE If A jf Any one needing n their Union order Jack with mad T WitII IcavoHtretchur cnn willl Ile has ono he nllli will till t howyounndtnkeyouronlcr the Mill on T LUNRIOitD NOTICE that b onllctfldpeachwant everyWe rheumatism kidney troubto or n1- 1dlsealenrling hlood to try n remedy Ilemvm l1erw1gunruntee It to euro It taken accord will ho roo to or ollr tnoney lul tose- tr contnlnsEach l8ckuselundld Forntlc Irleo 100reIturedwith n 31CK1nny Ky sale by It Agent A WORD TO YOU IIJ w You nre Invited to look nt the New WblllI lineof Ifnnihurm toIllack111ucltrowltOrnY 811ll1ch wldosplel1dhl value lit pt r Those having Eggs nod Chickens to MlCl will gto tlek to them on this Tango DrIng them In lxfore they go down O D H AlUtlH Crllb Orchard Ky A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owaley Buil- dingINSURANCE WindStorm Life and Tire Lightning tho OtBT and- Jt88T00mpnflteItepresented Lowest 1o llecPaying i1Unequalled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No 81 CIVEME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE YOU clothlnR when there readydetaken by an osperlenc handsome line of Hprlm A Hummergoods I f aaa flnetdressuttAIoOverconteTrous irs and Vests resent li second to none HO UUPLKY The Tailor Stanford Ky JftMES M PHILLIPS STANFORD KY ntALIB m Building Material of all kinds Sash Doors Blinds Cement Nails Build tiers Hardware Paints Oils Etc I manufacture concrete blocks for build tug purposes and do all kinds of con crete work Prices on application Boone WallstSuccessors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable t Depot Street STANFORD KY Special Attention liven ublot1GlteeAlen Kliss at Stock Pens In Connection nil kind of Harvesting nglllollbreslllnwill pay you to see us nil communion salesmen for ttecondhand machinery 1t e8 Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in HaruesaSaddlery c STANFORD KENTUCKY Offlci Phone 1ST Rome Phone 35 fie L Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm irS Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsEuga They vilt exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give e Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD a KENTUCKY 1 IIJ FARMERS DEPARTMENT L P Weaver sold to T S Elkin of Lancaster some butcher stuff at 31c W Lunsford had a valuable saddle Imare to die Saturday Ho bought ber before G W Lunsford sold to J B F6st n yearling filly for 75 lie sold to M F Lawrence a bunch of cuttle at 410 W H Gentry of Sedalia Mo sold to W S Tapp of Portland Ore Baron Duke 95 a Berkshire boar f r 2600 See J D Eads Stanford before wool He represents the Springfield Woolen Mills Co Sprint field Tenn Wm Fields bought for a fancy price a twoyearold stallion by Pence and splendidly bred on his dam side 110 will make the season of 1903 with him Cloud Chief the threeyearold son of Wilsons King and May Chief bas been chosen to reprcsentthe Kentucky saddle horse at the Jamestown Expo sitionThere came to my place about three monthsago a sow and fourpigs Owner can get same by paying for this notic and their keep W W Pitman Stanford Ky- ESTBAY A 65 or 70pound black shoat came to my place some time agoI Owner can get it by paying for this notice and his keep A J Thompson Prcachersvllle I am buying wool and paying the highest market price Wool received at Lipps mill Sacks at JG Weath erford Cos store John B Rifle Hustonvillc Early Curtis of Richmond sold tc Eastern parties Mabo Belle Itn four year old filly by Rex Peavine out of a Peavine mare for a reported price of 1000 Six black and spotted hogs weighing about 150 pounds left my place two weeks ago Liberal reward for their return or information leading thereto B D Holtzclaw Walnut Flat Lady Wilkes by Gambetta Wilkcs first dam by Barney Wilkes owned by J B Sartain dropped a filly colt bv Ashland Brook S T Harris and Robert Woods fine trotting stallion Jli Wood Wilhoit sold a pair of mule for 320 and four horses at prices running from 140 to 200 Sam Coomc bought a pair of horses at Foxs Combination Sale for 454Danville Her aidState Entomologist Smi h of Georgia has received reports from the variou peachgrowing districts of the State a summary of which shows that at leas 75 per cc nt of the crop has been kille by the recent cold weather Agents of the United States Govern ment will help Kentucky get rid of the Texas fever among cattle by act ing under the State Board of Health and in this way a saving of man thousands of dollars will be effected as otherwise the National Governmen would declare a quarantine against the whole StateL- ANCASTER COURTA good crowd attended Lancaster court yesterda but business generally was dull Then were probably 200 cattle on the market some of the best selling ps high as 4 c Butcher stuff was quiet at 21 to 3c The horse and mule market was quiet A good many horses were exhibited the majority of them being of a superior quality Two boys in the Sundayschool who stood at the head of the class were invariably asked the same questions which were Who made you and To what do you return to which the first boy always replied God made me and tho second f boy answered Dust of the earth On this occasion the first boy was absent so the first question who made you was addressed to the second boy Dust of the earth he replied Quite wrong Tommy God made you said the teacher indignantly No teacher The boy that God made has gone home with the stomachache A Woman Tells How to Relieve Rheumatic Pains I have been a very great sufferer mm the dreadfuldiseao rheumatism for a number of years I have tried many medicines but never got much ellef from any of them until two years ago when I bought a bottle ofj Cham orlains Pain Balm I found relief oforo I had used all of one bottle but kept on applying it and soon felt ike a different woman Through my deice many of jny friends have tried It and can toll you how wonderfully It has worked Mrs Sarah A Cole 140 S New St Dover Del Chamber tins Pain Balm is a liniment Tile cllcf from pain which it affords ta lone worth many times its cost It makes rest and sleep possible For salo by all druggists A whole carload of wives from irginia Is asked for by Montana bachelors How history repeats Itself hrce hundred years ago the bachelors of Virginia bought of wives from paying therefore In ood tobacco Isnt catarrh tho most disagreeable disease you over bad Breathe Hyo mels medicated air cad get quick re Hef and lasting cure Sold by G L Penn c r Gentle and Effective A wellknown Manitoba lit or writes As an instda worker I fine Chamberlains Stomach and Live Tablets Invaluable for tho touches of biliousness natural to sedentary life their action being gentle and effective clearing tho digestive tract and tin head Price 25 rents Samples flee at all druggists A Cincinnati man whoso wife gay him an unmerciful whipping is suing for divorce and alimony Ppor little pitifulcreature A man who will let a woman whip so long as ho bas legs that can take him from tho scene deserves all ho Caso dismissed without alimony Frankfort Journal The worst case of Indigestion quickly cured by Miona stomach tablets A guarantee to return tho monoy If they tall with every f0c box O L Penny Brigham Young I will stand the No1 null Jack llrlgtmm Ymiiiff nt fli 11lneuon the nulonvllle rend iniloa from tttaufurd nt isno to Insure u living colt W U JUT HIM IV- HtanfoiMKy NOTICE I e To those desiring the prlvlNgo of drinking Olympian springs Water I am now selling water tickets oKI for 10 gallons of O H Water price ill now for t gallon ticket prIeo t1 now for Silt Itloeu prlcos are for cash When the ticket aid purohai ed purchanor to furnish hU own bottle or K M HI MM 1ror 10 Hustonvllle Ky KING EAGLE ISO SMrt 016 A Hn It King Kngle U Id hand high dark boy with flowing mew and tall goes nil the gait with plenty of spvti style und action PKDiaKKK Hlml by Iloyal Kingt liu hy On Tltne l yHtoiiewi ll Jaokkon 1 ltoynl fangs lit dntu Moult Iquuts IRSI was l v the hotel sin tallmir Isling K H IUn Kiiglo1 lit dam Ilipa3Te she KIIIhTd1IHiimark hr h MllUrn lK ninark 4d dam by Jim Ik11 uhoroughhrfdi NOTK King Kaglx Unromblnml utalllon u breeder of tine colored und high stvlcd rolls all having of sloe and action Ills tolls will dhow for tliimiolvrs King Ka gle will imiko the present Itn80n of lit our stable two und onehalf tulles Vvit of Htanford ik1 at tht low prlcvof 315T01NHtith A IIVIXU COT Will alto otand till great mul lncktJIM KKKNK strut by the grunt e ne First dam by the imp John Wells and dam llwfher JIm Kotn Is ltd lined high black with white points a grunt mule jark Jim Keone will serve marc lit TO IN HUnt A MVINti COLT ASHLAND BROOK No41T5 IL lined by Kugen Huck er llorgut4tn Ky IIIIOOK was foaled lull solid Imy with left hind foot white utands If hand high IrniniiKK Hired by Hllcnt llrook No record 2I6K tine sire of Margaret IP Kettle llrook fat l11 1a twliellhrlwkrlTJennie IinxlklblIT1 llrook Hi lssl- xrgl Uunnlna llrook U i rook by Ditrknlght So the sire of Herebltahl- rglS4llrlghtlight nrtand VaiiusSdA4 Dnrknlght Alcyone moril Stf7 Ashland llrook Ut dam Huim Vn n by Ashland Wllken reconl lI7thestn of John It lontry lure II mien M lH Ashland Wllkeit sled by ltd Wllkm he Wllken 2nd dam Hide Lilly lif Pretender lisa 3rd dnm by Jim Monroe tiNOTK Aihland llrook Is a han Uonu fl low with lots of RUlvtlance has n Imkl way of going wlthlotofslhrlstyleundnctioui rids colt should sire MIIIIO very IIIRhoII horses Ashland llrook wlllnoIIt out shlo mart thUieatonnt TO 1NHUHK A IIVIIU COLT Will also stand tho great made and Jennet lock HILLY KKKNKiil for mnr1 arid I for Jennet TO INHUIIK A LIVING loT Keene was ilred by Tom Kceno It by the Imp ralormo and dam by Levi nubbles 1rlnce the sire of Joe IIII1lkhurn IIm11l1I11I01l1l Hilly Keeno Btandr full 10 hiiiidK with while 1IOIIIIA nUll n a I unsurpanMd a muli or Jennet Jack his colt alway bring Ills the highest prlcen Marei trill l uirt ed with or bred vUewhere forfeits thivintur ariee and money lxcones due at the time of uch transaction For further particulars call on or address IHTHAHnIH ft nonr WOO Phone 72 Kings Htnnford Ky J W AOEY Livery Feod and Sale Stables lrlrtclaM rlgh nt reasonable ratcn lver rig iiownml horses fresh Mtable In tour orI HI Ataph Hotel Htanford Ky Phone IK EXCELSIOR The model Jack by p1II1r r ami out of Jennet h1 Imimrted Hidalgo will uinke tin BCiiMin at my JS Houtli of nllt Orchard on the lap pike at lM lie wns specially selected last year from tin line h I Hhvlby TvvU and doubt his progeny will iqual to If not Su perlor to t famous ancestor Blue Eye the Secondb- y Hundley famous Illufl Kyes Hhetlani ony will also make tho season nt my plact ntVW Mhrc traded or removed forfeit ln ur nnce and money liocome duo nnd munt U nt time of such transaction Marvi elbilwdonlsired nt rciiMinahle nites duns to me will meet III xnodnt attention but I will not lie reponll lo fur accident or uscaptfs IMione lurealilence JOHN IIOAUPENTBlt Crab urchanl Ky DORSEY GOLDDUST 12052 producers One of Kentuckys lit Frill Ssiu sired b lleiull n IIcMorgan dam by yllradl an rn Shut Ktallton iHirwy Oolddu darn Is Florence b lolden Mlngo Chief It son ol lialfn lorltllllnll1kIIlK hlllliln luteniely In bnxl Morgan front Ior gan on both Bides the It fnmlly of road rlllrss known Iwrsep oldilii t Is n dark a1d weighs 1U ofietlghing nil unit art lnietuoulatlupprtr Will makv near Htan fonlonUustonvllleplkentpTOINHlltK kept at nl rents per week No re sl for nccldvnU or i oai The best of personal attention given- Alxiati IIIIN will n1ikr the present OIHOIl wending I Ilne lame III1K Itloekfrom Tom Keene and cx hurn tlmUmt of mule lurks at TO IN HVIIK AM1TLHOOLTK iMiullle Ky rGreatland 1408 idrenteitsonof illhlnndlkuutark73 i Int dnm Catherine IVnmark KM by IVnniark n Sad dam PHI tie by IMnmond lvnmiirkta3rddam by Ibiilt Duke Iniil laml U the lre of th champion yearling mdillr ptalllonof IWW Jack Htarbrlght aim ninny other premium winner Irwitland U eltilit yron in ImiHl high welching p nnd slur aunt ship two whit bind feet He hat mori xli If weliilittrod action then any Middle stulflon Highland Denmark 2nd HrfIJl by Highland 1ol1l11nrk 1VllkeSaddsmhy Itlark tIllHlHninnrkiud In n Imy Rlllpand will full le haiHl high Koalfd- s Preston 922 Hlritl by Wanhlngton II lit dour Hullo by Hoilvrlek 3sw1 dam a Denmark hAroo Preston bits met nits do hated all the shot horvmi of his day and IIns proven hlm df It rvnt brmdvrof high clnn unit harnei horte- nChester Chief Hired by uhrstsr Daru la lit dam by Hod Ohl f Chester Ohiof1anil Mirrol ttnlllun even year old 18 handi hluli with plenty off Ixme tine ntyle tiid no ttou Jay Wig Trotting tnlllon Mired by Wiggins Ut b hind Jay Wilt I n roan lone fonlwllttlrwill bo Id hand high and- o weigh IJItEI poundn Koaled IWI General Wood 850 Hyllir McOorU ho by fiov Wood SI 1st dams by Uladilom ieixral Wood U four year old blnck white 1011101 10 1111111 high tolII Iwm wad h path odd IuIirk U vou lion have n gocwfvrnurt wound IIJo to nrevil to tine iet Kentucky lin xl to Of neral Wood The abate ttalllon null Jack will mater the 1IlOon nt Ireullnnd Plare near I ilnxtun will mall giving term and plf Lure of Jack Htarftrlglit on appllratlon J FNK A CO Lexington Ky UrwatlHtid Plnce First NationalStanford ICy BankCapital Stock 50000j This institution was originally eatabllibefl as the Deposit Hunk of In 1HI then reorganized at the National flank of Stanford In 186S and again reorganlied u the First National Balk of Stanford IB 1883 haYIng had practically an unlnter rupted existence for 43 yeim It li better supplied now with facilities for transact ing business promptly and well than ever before In it long honorable career Accounts of Individuals fiduciaries and Cor poratlons Solicited Officers JII HOCKKH PresjT ItAltnti V Irolj11 MollOllEUTS Obr W II WRAltRNAflt Chic Directors y ReId Danrllle T Harris Stanford J 8 locker Stanford K L Tanner McKinnej II D Klmore Stanford 511 llauehraan Stanford T P Ulll Stanford J1 Robinson Hubble J n Pauehraan Stanford J M Pettus Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford the in olneounty national Dank Of Stanford KcnfiicKy HAS A Capital 5000000 Surplus Undivided Profits 2500000 Individual Deposits 24OOOOOO Available for use of its Patrons 31500000 W BfI McRobelts DRUGGIST STANFORD Books Wall Paper Raints Oils and Tarnishes t PERSONAL supervision given to all Frescriptiona compounded Chester S The great combined ttalllon will make the MOI1lnlley or III every rate where mare parted with of howl t1another hone Chester Is n very dark rheitnut sorrel I withdeulyofat11htrllehllIthwhich the worhl ackiiowltlxe n0 wUIrlr provenI sellingfront 11dartby MamhrlnuChlef and dam by Vermont Ip nbnrrbAt tamelline and plnee will stand thrwi nAult to Imr euTheuJnoki iie il no ndvertlslnR In or around MoKln 1nl1tlaIIIIbrtwlen li 4rcoltselihtgatlupprla Nlid WiiirlllR blue at ring All oiire taken ent areldents butshouldnut nspon llil any oeeur- U rt WlIMilt MKlnney Ky Lincoln Chief 2566 Vol VI S H R By Bourbon Chief 976 by Harrison Chief 1606 UrOWn colt IS j hands high foaled IQOJ Owned by Reid k Hundley Danville Ky dim Nellie Irewitt 3450 by Itoscoc 2471 edam b Diamond Uonmark 68 3 dam bv Cniader 4 dam by Gray Uapte Lincoln Chief has no superior nt an Itwfirjdual and few coital in lircrdlnR lIhplittle handling shows fine action graceful and distinct gain with great promise as a combined horse of high type He U a fan brother u ttocuw Chief that Mid last year for ll7oaud is rircd by DmrbMt Chief who Mss ptsdelsd mole kighpricedchorses than any living ref saddle hares bet the sire of Emily clMinpien at Worlds Fair Montginery Chief and Bourbon KICJ both aalwaMB sad the Wghe priced saddle staHiwu known and also IJiowaW Chief Ihoeww Cbiol Dolaod Chief all celebrated sad one of the I Mgwatth pair cortiog SUuuo and many Others I 11hasooe is noted as a producer both in KoatMckjr sad l esasratea Nubrllsd of addle or combined hones rank with litis family today Tree lbs cults blood liars back on sires aide to Harrison Chief by Clarks Chief and Lathams Densnaik to V sllngton Denmark on to old Uellfounder the running wonder a d on dams side backthrough Roscoe Diamond Denmark Crusuder to old Gray lUgle the chief of hit ago and J foundation for beauty speed and endurance Where to a superior to be found in breeding Lincoln Chief will make the present season at the Fair Grounds Dan ville Ky at 25 to Insure Colt Mates from a distance wilt be graced at lOt per day 6r fed on rah reasonable at preferred Careful attention assured but not responsible fur atvidantsor escapes REID HUNDLEY Danville Ky 1 1 GEORGE BUR j I will stand thIIh vc h111 rtn1 n fine jkat 810 to insure u living colt Sco them before you breed M S JmiiMVN stntifunl Ky ATTENTIONI Now is the time to get YOU a new a buggy Call in and examine my stock before they are picked oyer Also have a full line of Harness Phone 174 ET FrNcILMusical Instruments t t Having purchased tho business of J B Finlay we can furnish you with everything in tho iiuia iciil line Grnphoplioncfl till prices String Instruments nil kinds Sheet Music Records Etc Iianoa and Piunolns of tIle best makes f HUGH MURRAY t yr The Jeweler DANVILLE KY r Lc